Board of Commissioners
Minutes & Agendas
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<br /> <br />.-/ <br /> <br />B~l~tll~èø.llÞølig_I(§,. <br /> <br />111_'_11 <br />..~N~~~Ç~;~ <br />ç~9t~~; <br />..8I1.BI~ <br /> <br />.'.'.'.'.'.',...'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.','.'.'.'.',.'.',',','.'.'.'.'.'.','.'.'.','.','.'.'.'.'.',",'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.',', <br />,..............."....."""""'"" .",....,............, <br />".....,................'.............."""'" ....""" <br />lil.t_Tilt: <br />......~~~ø#~PÞi~6ij~,~ <br />1í~'[it~'lì~ <br />P!!iI[J§§9~~...' <br /> <br /> <br />MINUTES <br /> <br />WEEK OF AUGUST 19, 1996 <br /> <br />The meeting was called to order by Chairman Richard Wojt. Commissioner <br />Robert Hinton and Commissioner Glen Huntingford were present. <br /> <br />Entrance Conference with State Auditor: Kitty Davy, State Auditor, explained <br />that they will be paying particular attention to billing and receipting at the Permit Center, the <br />Treasurer's Office, the Landfill, Animal Services, Superior Court, District Court and the <br />Sheriff's Office during their audit this year. They will also be looking at the Prosecuting <br />Attorney's Drug Fund. In addition, there are three major Federal grants and several Juvenile <br />Services State grants that will be reviewed. A Growth Management Act specialist was brought <br />in to examine the records and found that the County is in compliance. They have fmished about <br />a third of the audit and will probably be done within a few weeks. <br /> <br />Pete Pi.c.rini, Sheriff..u;JleQuest for Additional Traffic Deputy: (Continued <br />from August 12, 1996) There was a discussion about the increased workload in other depart- <br />ments that would result from an additional traffic deputy. There could be as many as 1,200 <br />more citations a year. SheriffPiccini explained that the dispatchers workload would be <br />increased. They are cUlTently understaffed in the Communications Department because of <br />resignations. The Civil Service Commission will be testing for Communication/ColTections <br />Officers in October. There would also be an impact on the District Court workload and staffmg. <br />Commissioner Huntingford moved to approve the addition of a traffic deputy. Commissioner <br />Hinton seconded the motion which camed by a unanimous vote. <br /> <br />For the Board's information, SheriffPiccini explained that they have been doing research on <br />computerized records management systems. They have been working with the City of Port <br />Townsend to obtain a grant that will fund a portion of the system they have chosen. Jefferson <br />County's portion of the expense would be $10,000, which includes a new computer, software, <br />training and upgrading the computers. The system would network the Port Townsend Police <br />Department, the Sheriff's Office, and eventually the Prosecutor's Office. He added that they <br />have the funds in their budget to pay for the County's portion of the cost. There was a brief <br />discussion about the responsibility for the maintenance of the system. <br /> <br />11m <br /> <br />9? <br />".' t~. :. <br /> <br />Page 1 <br />01~"1'f"" <br />\. . ". (.;',.ú <br />
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