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Meeting Name: Finance and Audit Committee Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 12/8/2016 9:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Room 203R
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16-648 11Bond Counsel ExtensionAction ReportFrom the Milwaukee County Comptroller, requesting authorization to amend an existing Agreement with Quarles & Brady, LLP, for bond counsel services by extending the term from December 31, 2016, until the latest of (a) December 31, 2018, or (b) such time as the work on financings in progress on December 31, 2018, is completed, or (c) such time as the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors takes further action designating bond counsel, unless otherwise terminated pursuant to the terms and conditions of the Agreement.RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-675 12VCP Memo 11 2016Informational ReportFrom the Chief Human Resources Officer, Department of Human Resources (DHR), and the Director, Retirement Plan Services Division, DHR, providing an informational update regarding the Internal Revenue Service Voluntary Correction Plan. (Considered by the Committees on Personnel and Finance and Audit) (INFORMATIONAL ONLY UNLESS OTHERWISE DIRECTED BY THE COMMITTEE) (12/08/16: Finance and Audit Laid Over for One Meeting)LAID OVER FOR ONE MEETINGPass Action details Video Video
16-679 13MacArthur Safety and Justice Challenge Grant ContractsAction ReportFrom the Chief Judge, First Judicial District, Combined Court Related Operations, requesting authorization to execute contracts relative to the Safety and Justice Challenge Phase II Implementation grant award received from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation for: a Safety and Justice Challenge Project Coordinator in the amount of $127,500, effective for 18-months upon execution of the contract; and with the Medical College of Wisconsin in the amount of $350,847 for data enhancements, for the period effective December 1, 2016, through May 31, 2018. (Referred to the Committee on Judiciary, Safety, and General Services for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY per Section 59.52(31)(d), Wisconsin Statutes; Referred to the Committee on Finance and Audit)RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-655 14Benedict Center Programming Contract for 2017Action ReportFrom the Superintendent, House of Correction, requesting authorization to amend an existing contract with the Benedict Center by $198,045, from $254,999 to $453,044, for case management and re-entry services provided to female offenders, and to extend the contract to new a term effective January 1, 2017, through December 31, 2017.RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-726 15Establishing a policy for the Office on African American Affairs to create Community Restoration Centers and provide info reports on all contracted services to the County BoardResolutionA resolution establishing a Milwaukee County policy for the Director of the Office on African American Affairs to create Community Restoration Centers in underserved areas, and to provide informational reports on all contracted services implemented by the department. (12/08/16: Laid Over to the Call of the Chairperson)LAID OVER TO THE CALL OF THE CHAIRPass Action details Video Video
16-737 16A resolution to transfer unused monies earmarked for the Community Identification Program in the Office of Government Affairs to cash finance two new Capital Improvement Projects: Futsal in Pulaski Park and Baseball Diamond Improvements at Humboldt ParkAction ReportA resolution to transfer unused monies earmarked for the Community Identification Program in the Office of Government Affairs to cash finance two new Capital Improvement Projects: Futsal in Pulaski Park and Baseball Diamond Improvements at Humboldt Park.RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-653 17Request to Create One Position of Conservation, Research and Sustainability CoordinatorAction Report2017 Adopted Budget Amendment 1A045: From the Director, Milwaukee County Zoo (the Zoo), requesting authorization to create 1.0 full-time equivalent Conservation, Research, and Sustainability Coordinator position (title code to be determined, pay range 27M) at the Zoo effective January 2, 2017.RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-656 18Request to Create One Temporary Position of Staff VeterinarianAction ReportFrom the Director, Milwaukee County Zoo (the Zoo), requesting authorization to create 1.0 full-time equivalent temporary Staff Veterinarian position (title code to be determined, pay range 30M) at the Zoo effective December 9, 2016.RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-680 19OEM EMS Contract 2017Action ReportFrom the Director, Office of Emergency Management, requesting authorization to execute a Professional Services Contract with area municipalities in the amount of $3,625,000 for the provision of Basic Life Support, Advanced Emergency Medical Technician, and Advanced Life Support emergency medical services in Milwaukee County for the period effective January 1, 2017, through December 31, 2018, with one two-year renewal option.RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-716 1102017 Property and Casualty Insurance Program RequestAction ReportFrom the Director of Risk Management, Department of Administrative Services, requesting authorization for Aon Risk Services to bind Milwaukee County’s Property and Casualty Insurance Program with total premium expenses in the amount of $2,876,145, for the period effective January 1, 2017, through December 31, 2017.RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-678 111Authorization to execute Children First Contracts with My Father's House (MFH) and Employ MilwaukeePassive ReviewFrom the Director, Child Support Services, submitting a passive review contract with My Father’s House in the amount of $165,600, for employment assistance for unemployed or underemployed payers who are court ordered into the Children First Program, for the period effective January 1, 2017, through December 31, 2017. (PASSIVE REVIEW; INFORMATIONAL ONLY UNLESS OTHERWISE DIRECTED BY THE COMMITTEE)DISCUSSED WITH NO ACTION TAKEN, APPROVED  Action details Video Video
16-691 112Authorization to Execute Children First Contract with Employ MilwaukeePassive ReviewFrom the Director, Child Support Services, submitting a passive review contract with Employ Milwaukee in the amount of $204,400, for employment assistance for unemployed or underemployed payers who are court ordered into the Children First Program, for the period effective January 1, 2017, through December 31, 2017. (PASSIVE REVIEW; INFORMATIONAL ONLY UNLESS OTHERWISE DIRECTED BY THE COMMITTEE)DISCUSSED WITH NO ACTION TAKEN, APPROVED  Action details Video Video
16-725 113Hanson Professional Services Contract at LJT AirportPassive Review2016 Adopted Budget Amendment 1A010: From the Director, Department of Transportation, submitting a passive review contract with Hanson Professional Services, Inc., in an amount not-to-exceed $250,000 for business planning and consulting services at Lawrence J. Timmerman Airport, for the period effective January 3, 2017, through July 1, 2017. (PASSIVE REVIEW; INFORMATIONAL ONLY UNLESS OTHERWISE DIRECTED BY THE COMMITTEE)DISCUSSED WITH NO ACTION TAKEN, APPROVED  Action details Video Video
16-671 114PS Contract Collins Engineering -MCDOTAction ReportFrom the Director, Department of Transportation, requesting authorization to execute a multi-year Professional Services Contract with Collins Engineers, Inc., in an amount not-to-exceed $205,244.24, for Milwaukee County bridge design, inspection, and program management services for 2017 and 2018.RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-666 115Unanticipated Revenue Surplus-Fleet-MCDOTInformational ReportFrom the Director, Department of Transportation (DOT), providing an informational Notification of Unanticipated Revenue Surplus in the amount of $101,850 in the Fleet Management Division, DOT, which was used to purchase necessary equipment. (Considered by the Committees on Transportation, Public Works, and Transit, and Finance and Audit) (INFORMATIONAL ONLY UNLESS OTHERWISE DIRECTED BY THE COMMITTEE)DISCUSSED WITH NO ACTION TAKEN  Action details Video Video
16-733 116Passive Review of WP484 Lake Park Arch Bridge Over Ravine DrivePassive Review2015 Adopted Capital Project WP484-Lake Park Arch Bridge Over Ravine Drive: From the Director, Architecture, Engineering, and Environmental Services Section, Facilities Management Division, Department of Administrative Services, submitting a passive review Professional Services Agreement amendment with Graef-USA, Inc., in the amount of $139,563.55, from $98,812.06 to $238,375.61, for Phase II professional design services. (PASSIVE REVIEW; INFORMATIONAL ONLY UNLESS OTHERWISE DIRECTED BY THE COMMITTEE)RECOMMENDED FOR REJECTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-728 217A resolution authorizing a 2017 Capital Improvement Appropriation Transfer to reallocate $100,800 in General Obligation Bond Financing from Project WP52301 – Lake Park Steel Arch Bridge to Project WP48401 – Lake Park Ravine BridgeResolutionA resolution authorizing a 2017 Capital Improvement appropriation transfer to reallocate $100,800 in general obligation bond financing from Adopted Capital Project WP52301 - Lake Park Steel Arch Bridge to Adopted Capital Project WP48401 - Lake Park Ravine Bridge.RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-729 118Accessible Recreation Contract 2017-2019, Easter Seals SE WIAction ReportFrom the Director, Office for Persons with Disabilities, requesting authorization to execute a contract with Easter Seals of Southeast Wisconsin the amount of $339,937 per year ($266,937 for programming and $73,000 for transportation) for summer camp and recreational programming for persons with disabilities in the Wil-O-Way Recreational Program, for the period effective January 1, 2017, through December 31, 2019, with two one-year renewal options.RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-735 119Informational report on contract for passive reviewPassive ReviewFrom the Interim Director, Department on Aging, submitting a passive review Purchase of Service Contract with SET Ministry, Inc., in the amount of $180,000 for nutrition site supervision services at multiple sites, for the period effective January 1, 2017, through December 31, 2017. (PASSIVE REVIEW; INFORMATIONAL ONLY UNLESS OTHERWISE DIRECTED BY THE COMMITTEE)DISCUSSED WITH NO ACTION TAKEN, APPROVED  Action details Video Video
16-652 1202017 purchase of service contractsAction ReportFrom the Interim Director, Department on Aging, requesting authorization to execute Purchase of Service Contracts with: Legal Action of Wisconsin, Inc., in the amount of $430,501 for the provision of benefit specialist/legal services; United Community Center, Inc., in the amount of $373,189 for the provision of programs in United Community Center Senior Center; Interfaith Older Adult Programs, Inc., in the amount of $1,322,867 for the provision of programs in Clinton and Bernice Rose Park, McGovern Park, Washington Park, Wilson Park, and Lawrence P. Kelly Senior Centers; Interfaith Older Adult Programs, Inc., in the amount of $538,158 for the provision of family caregiver support and Alzheimer’s disease direct services; Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin, Inc., in the amount of $1,082,903 for the provision of case management and delivery services for home delivered meals; and Transit Express, Inc., in the amount of $1,392,819 for the provision of specialized elderly transportation services. (Referred to the Committee on Health and Human Needs for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONAMENDEDPass Action details Video Video
16-652 1 2017 purchase of service contractsAction ReportFrom the Interim Director, Department on Aging, requesting authorization to execute Purchase of Service Contracts with: Legal Action of Wisconsin, Inc., in the amount of $430,501 for the provision of benefit specialist/legal services; United Community Center, Inc., in the amount of $373,189 for the provision of programs in United Community Center Senior Center; Interfaith Older Adult Programs, Inc., in the amount of $1,322,867 for the provision of programs in Clinton and Bernice Rose Park, McGovern Park, Washington Park, Wilson Park, and Lawrence P. Kelly Senior Centers; Interfaith Older Adult Programs, Inc., in the amount of $538,158 for the provision of family caregiver support and Alzheimer’s disease direct services; Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin, Inc., in the amount of $1,082,903 for the provision of case management and delivery services for home delivered meals; and Transit Express, Inc., in the amount of $1,392,819 for the provision of specialized elderly transportation services. (Referred to the Committee on Health and Human Needs for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONRECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTION AS AMENDEDPass Action details Video Video
16-723 1212017 Resource Center contractAction ReportFrom the Interim Director, Department on Aging, requesting authorization for the County Executive, or his designee, to execute a contract with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) enabling the Department on Aging to serve as the Aging Resource Center of Milwaukee County under Family Care, for the period effective January 1, 2017, through December 31, 2017, and to accept $2,773,238 and such other revenues as DHS may award to operate the Aging Resource Center in 2017. (Referred to the Committee on Health and Human Needs for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY per Section 59.52(31)(d), Wisconsin Statutes; Referred to the Committee on Finance and Audit)RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-724 1222017 State-County Contract for Aging ProgramsAction ReportFrom the Interim Director, Department on Aging, requesting authorization for the County Executive, or his designee, to execute the 2017 State and County Contract covering Social Services and Community Programs - Aging Programs between Milwaukee County and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services and to accept the Federal and State revenues provided thereunder, including any and all increases in allocations during the contract year.RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-734 1232017 purchase of service contractsAction ReportFrom the Interim Director, Department on Aging, requesting authorization to execute two Purchase of Service Contracts with Interfaith Older Adult Programs, Inc., in the amount $180,000 for nutrition site supervision services and in the amount of $271,232 for coordination of neighborhood services, for the period effective January 1, 2017, through December 31, 2017. (Referred to the Committee on Health and Human Needs for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY per Section 59.52(31)(d), Wisconsin Statutes; Referred to the Committee on Finance and Audit)RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-681 124Disabilities 2017 POSAction ReportFrom the Director, Department of Health and Human Services, requesting authorization to execute Purchase of Service Contracts with various community-based provider agencies in the total amount of $5,669,626 for Disability Resource Center, Children’s Programs, and Adults with Disabilities programing in the Disabilities Services Division, for the period effective January 1, 2017, through December 31, 2017. (Referred to the Committee on Health and Human Needs for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY per Section 59.52(31)(d), Wisconsin Statutes; Referred to the Committee on Finance and Audit)RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-682 125Disabilities 2017 Resource Center ContractAction ReportFrom the Director, Department of Health and Human Services, requesting authorization to execute a contract with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services to operate the Disability Resource Center, under the Family Care Program, for the period effective January 1, 2017, through December 31, 2017, and to accept $2,074,753 in projected revenue and any addendum thereto. (Referred to the Committee on Health and Human Needs for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY per Section 59.52(31)(d), Wisconsin Statutes; Referred to the Committee on Finance and Audit)RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-683 126Housing 2017 POSAction ReportFrom the Director, Department of Health and Human Services, requesting authorization to execute Purchase of Service Contracts with various community agencies in the total amount of $4,313,916 for emergency shelter and supportive housing services in the Housing Division, for the period effective January 1, 2017, through December 31, 2017. (Referred to the Committee on Health and Human Needs for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY per Section 59.52(31)(d), Wisconsin Statutes; Referred to the Committee on Finance and Audit)RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-684 127Housing CIS AbolishAction Report2017 Adopted Budget Amendment 1A045: From the Director, Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), requesting authorization to create 1.0 full-time equivalent Community Intervention Specialist position (title code 00008000, pay range 24) in the Housing Division of DHHS, effective January 1, 2017.RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-685 128Mgmt Services Quick FinancialAction ReportFrom the Director, Department of Health and Human Services, requesting authorization to execute a Professional Services Contract with Quick Financial Solutions LLC, in the amount of $176,904, with an aggregate value of $671,568, for specialized fiscal management services in the Management Services Division, for the period effective January 1, 2017, through December 31, 2017.RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-686 129Mgmt Services IMPACTAction ReportFrom the Director, Department of Health and Human Services, requesting authorization to execute a Purchase of Service Contract with IMPACT, Inc., in the amount of $430,000 for the 2-1-1 Community Information Line, for the period effective January 1, 2017, through December 31, 2017. (Referred to the Committee on Health and Human Needs for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY per Section 59.52(31)(d), Wisconsin Statutes; Referred to the Committee on Finance and Audit)RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-687 1302017 Youth and Family AidsAction ReportFrom the Director, Department of Health and Human Services, requesting authorization to execute a contract with the State Department of Children and Families and to accept $35,714,663 in revenue (excluding corrective sanctions) and any addendum thereto to provide Community Youth and Family Aids, for the period effective January 1, 2017, through December 31, 2017. (Referred to the Committee on Health and Human Needs for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY per Section 59.52(31)(d), Wisconsin Statutes; Referred to the Committee on Finance and Audit)RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-688 131Delinquency Prof Services ContractsAction ReportFrom the Director, Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), requesting authorization to execute Professional Services Contracts with: The Medical College of Wisconsin, Alternatives in Psychological Consultation, Behavioral Affiliates, Wauwatosa Virtual Academy, Omnicare of Milwaukee, and University of Wisconsin-Madison, in the total amount of $548,070 for programs within the Delinquency and Courts Services Division (DCSD) for the period effective January 1, 2017, through December 31, 2017; and with National Council on Crime and Delinquency in the amount of $99,945 for programs within DHHS, for the period retroactive to November 1, 2016, through December 31, 2017. (Referred to the Committee on Health and Human Needs for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY per Section 59.52(31)(d), Wisconsin Statutes; Referred to the Committee on Finance and Audit)RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-689 132Delinquency POS ContractsAction ReportFrom the Director, Department of Health and Human Services, requesting authorization to execute Purchase of Service Contracts with: Southwest Key Programs, Inc., Nehemiah Project, Inc., St. Charles Youth and Family Services, Professional Services Group, Inc., Wisconsin Community Services Inc., La Causa, Inc., Meta House, Community Advocates, and Running Rebels Community Organization in the total amount of $7,868,213 for programs within the Delinquency and Court Services Division, for the period effective January 1, 2017, through December 31, 2017. (Referred to the Committee on Health and Human Needs for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY per Section 59.52(31)(d), Wisconsin Statutes; Referred to the Committee on Finance and Audit)RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-692 133Contracts Report - September/October 2016Informational ReportFrom the Milwaukee County Comptroller, providing an informational report summarizing Contract Notifications received during the months of September and October 2016 pursuant to Sections 44.09(e), 46.09(8), and 56.30(8) of the Milwaukee County Code of General Ordinances. (INFORMATIONAL ONLY UNLESS OTHERWISE DIRECTED BY THE COMMITTEE)RECOMMENDED TO BE RECEIVED AND PLACED ON FILEPass Action details Video Video
16-695 1342016 3rd Quarter Fiscal ReportInformational ReportFrom the Milwaukee County Comptroller, providing an informational report regarding the 2016 Year-End Fiscal Projection for Milwaukee County (3rd Quarter). (INFORMATIONAL ONLY UNLESS OTHERWISE DIRECTED BY THE COMMITTEE)DISCUSSED WITH NO ACTION TAKEN  Action details Video Video
16-607A 135Section C1 Only October Transfer PacketAction ReportFrom the Director, Office of Performance, Strategy, and Budget, Department of Administrative Services, submitting a 2016 Appropriation Transfer Packet for the October 2016 Cycle. (Section C1 ONLY: WP225021 Oakwood Golf Course Cart Paths; WP19101 Moody Park Renovation; WP20201 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Community Center Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning; and WP27101 Johnson Park Pavilion) (10/31/16: Laid Over for One Cycle)RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-718 136December 2016 Appropriation Transfer PacketAction ReportFrom the Director, Office of Performance, Strategy, and Budget, Department of Administrative Services, submitting a 2016 Appropriation Transfer Packet for the December 2016 Cycle.RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-719 1372017 Appropriation Transfer PacketAction ReportFrom the Director, Office of Performance, Strategy, and Budget, Department of Administrative Services, submitting a 2017 Appropriation Transfer Packet for the December 2016 Cycle.RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-736 138Ordnance Amendment Regarding 2017 Health PlanOrdinanceFrom Corporation Counsel, requesting authorization to amend Section 17.14 (7) and (8) of the Milwaukee County Code of General Ordinances, regarding the employee and retiree health plan to conform to the 2017 Adopted Budget.RECOMMENDED FOR ADOPTIONPass Action details Video Video
16-693 139Status Report - Boerner Botanical Gardens AuditInformational ReportFrom the Director of Audits, Audit Services Division, Office of the Comptroller, providing an informational status update on the implementation of recommendations contained in the audit report titled “Boerner Botanical Gardens Must Address Numerous Needs to Achieve Its Mission.” (INFORMATIONAL ONLY UNLESS OTHERWISE DIRECTED BY THE COMMITTEE)DISCUSSED WITH NO ACTION TAKEN  Action details Video Video
16-699 140Status Report - Audit of CybersecurityInformational ReportFrom the Director of Audits, Audit Services Division, Office of the Comptroller, providing an informational status update on the implementation of recommendations contained in the audit report titled “Audit of Cybersecurity.” (INFORMATIONAL ONLY UNLESS OTHERWISE DIRECTED BY THE COMMITTEE)DISCUSSED WITH NO ACTION TAKEN  Action details Video Video
16-8 1412016 Pending LitigationReference FileFrom Corporation Counsel, submitting an informational monthly report providing an update on the status of pending litigation. (Considered by the Committees on Judiciary, Safety, and General Services and Finance and Audit) (INFORMATIONAL ONLY UNLESS OTHERWISE DIRECTED BY THE COMMITTEE)DISCUSSED WITH NO ACTION TAKEN  Action details Video Video