LEGAL NOTICE
REGULAR MEETING – June 23, 2022
The Grant County Board of Commissioners will convene in a Regular Meeting on Thursday, June 23, 2022, at 9:00 a.m. The meeting will take place in the Commission Meeting Room at the Grant County Administration Center located at 1400 Highway 180 East, Silver City, NM 88061. The agenda for this meeting may be altered up to seventy-two (72) hours prior to the meeting; copies can be obtained from the County Manager's Office or viewed online at www.grantcountynm.gov If you are an individual with a disability in need of a reader, amplifier, qualified sign language interpreter or any other form of auxiliary aide or service to attend or participate in the hearing or meeting, please contact the Grant County Manager at 1400 Highway 180 East, Silver City, New Mexico at least one (1) week prior to the meeting or as soon as possible. The meeting will be livestreamed on the County Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/GrantCountyNM/ and available later as a recording on the County's website at www.grantcountynm.gov.
The tentative agenda is as follows:
I. Call to Order
II. Pledge of Allegiance & Salute to State Flag

III. Approval of Regular Meeting Agenda
IV. Public Hearing – Proclamation No. P-22-03
a. Open Public Hearing and Discussion Regarding Proclamation P-22-03 entitled The Renewal of A Proclamation Declaring Extreme and Severe Drought Conditions Requiring Bans and Restrictions on the Sale and Use of Fireworks within the Unincorporated Areas of Grant County
b. Close Public Hearing
c. Consideration of Grant County Proclamation P-22-03; Entitled above.
V. Public Hearing – Ordinance No. O-22-02
d. Open Public Hearing and Discussion Regarding Ordinance No. O-22-02 entitled Grant County Abatement of Dangerous or Abandoned Buildings, Structures, Mobile or Manufactured Housing, Wreckage and Debris
e. Close Public Hearing
f. Consideration of Grant County Ordinance No. O-22-02; Entitled above.
VI. Public Hearing – Ordinance No. O-22-03
g. Open Public Hearing and Discussion Regarding Ordinance O-22-03 entitled Grant County Junked and Hazardous Vehicle Ordinance
h. Close Public Hearing
i. Consideration of Grant County Ordinance No. O-22-03; Entitled above.
VII. Public Hearing – Ordinance No. O-22-04
j. Open Public Hearing and Discussion Regarding Ordinance No. O-22-04 entitled An Ordinance Authorizing The Issuance And Sale Of Grant County, New Mexico Gross Receipts Tax Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2022, In An Aggregate Principal Amount Not To Exceed $5,500,000 (The "Bonds") Pursuant To A Public Or Negotiated Sale For The Purpose Of Refunding The County's Gross Receipts Tax Revenue Bonds, Series 2014; Providing That The Bonds Will Be Payable And Collectible From And Secured By A Pledge Of The Gross Receipts Tax Authorized By NMSA 1978, Section 7-20E-28 NMSA 1978 (2013, As Repealed And Modified By 2019 N.M. Laws, Ch. 274, § 16 And 2020 N.M. Laws, Ch. 80, § 13) Distributed To The County Pursuant To NMSA 1978, Sections 7-1-6.1 (2007) And 7-1-6.13 (2021); Providing For The Disposition Of The Receipts Derived From Said Tax Proceeds; Approving The Delegation Of Authority To Make Certain Determinations Regarding The Sale Of The Bonds Pursuant To The Supplemental Public Securities Act; Providing For The Form, Terms And Conditions Of The Bonds, The Manner Of Their Execution, And The Method Of, And Security For, Payment; Providing That The Principal Of, Interest On And Redemption Price, If Any, Of The Bonds Will Never Constitute An Indebtedness Of The County Within The Meaning Of Any Provision Or Limitation Of The Constitution Or Laws Of The State Of New Mexico; Providing That The Bonds Will Never Constitute Nor Give Rise To Pecuniary Liability Of The County Or A Charge Against Its General Credit Or Taxing Powers; Providing For The Payment Of Costs Of Issuance For The Bonds; Approving Notice Of Sale, Disclosure And Other Documents Relating To The Bonds, Including An Escrow Agreement; Ratifying All Action Previously Taken In Connection Therewith; Repealing All Ordinances In Conflict Herewith; And Providing For Other Details Concerning The Bonds And Tax Proceeds, Including But Not Limited To Covenants And Agreements In Connection Therewith
k. Close Public Hearing
l. Consideration of Grant County Ordinance No. O-22-04; Entitled above.
VIII. Public Input
• During this portion of our meeting, we welcome your suggestions and want to hear your concerns. This is not a question and answer period; speakers will be limited to five (5) minutes. Any individual who would like to discuss an item in more depth may request to be placed on a future agenda. Request forms are available in the County Manager's Office.
IX. Gila Regional Medical Center Reports – Marion "Tony" Thompson, Interim CEO & Paul Rogers, Interim CFO
X. Presentation
m. Sheriff Frank Gomez
XI. Approval of Minutes
n. May 10, 2022, Special Meeting Minutes
o. May 12, 2022, Regular Meeting Minutes
p. May 19, 2022, Special Meeting Minutes
q. May 24, 2022, Special Meeting Minutes
XII. Financial Reports
r. Consideration of June 16, 2022 Expenditure Report
XIII. Agreements
s. Consideration of Amendment No. 4 to Agreement No. A-20-09; Grant Agreement with the Children, Youth and Families Department for Continuum of Graduated Sanctions for FY23 in the amount of $254,019.00.
t. Consideration of Agreement No. A-22-07; Memorandum of Understanding with the Sixth Judicial District Court to assist with One-Half Salary and Benefits for a Pretrial Services Officer and Supplies for FY23 in the amount of $70,000.00.
u. Consideration of Agreement No. A-22-08; Cooperative Agreement Numbered 23-418-1003001000-15 with the State of New Mexico Tourism Department for Advertising and Media-Related Services for FY23 in the amount of $26,938.47.
v. Consideration of Agreement No. A-22-09; Animal Shelter Services Agreement with the High Desert Humane Society for FY23 in the amount of $36,600.00.
w. Consideration of Agreement No. A-22-10; Junior Bill Appropriation Agreement with the New Mexico Department of Finance and Administration for the Purchase of Equipment for the Grant County Sheriff's Department for FY23 in the amount of $120,000.00.
x. Consideration of Agreement No. A-22-11; DWI Grant Agreement Program No. 23-D-G-10 for FY23 in the amount of $111,528.00.
y. Consideration of Agreement No. A-22-12; Memorandum of Agreement Between New Mexico Department of Health and Grant County to Expand Comprehensive Health Careers and Regional Training Programs for FY23 in the Amount of $192,500.00.
z. Consideration of Agreement No. A-22-13; Subaward Agreement with the Center for Health Innovation as Authorized Under the NM Department of Health Memorandum of Agreement to Expand Comprehensive Primary Health Career Regional Training Programs for FY23 in the Amount of $192,500.00.
aa. Consideration of Agreement No. A-22-14; Memorandum of Agreement Between New Mexico Department of Health and Grant County to Provide Data Support Activities to Statewide Community Health Organizations for FY23 in the Amount of $150,000.00.
ab. Consideration of Agreement No. A-22-15; Subaward Agreement with the Center for Health Innovation as Authorized Under the NM Department of Health Memorandum of Agreement to Provide Data Support Activities to Statewide Community Health Organizations for FY23 in the Amount of $150,000.00.
ac. Consideration of Agreement No. A-22-16; Junior Bill Appropriation Agreement with the New Mexico Department of Finance and Administration for the Purchase and Equipping of a Wheelchair-Accessible Van for the Veteran's Transportation Services for FY23 in the amount of $85,000.00.
ad. Consideration of Agreement No. A-22-17; Work and Financial Plan with the United States Department of Agriculture/Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service/Wildlife Services for the Integrated Wildlife Damage Management Program for FY23 in the amount of $26,500.00.
ae. Consideration of Agreement No. A-22-18; New Mexico Human Services Department; Behavioral Health Services Division Crisis Response Grant.
XIV. Resolutions
af. Consideration of Resolution No. R-22-27; Resolution Adopting Procedures for the Acceptance of Payment by Credit Card, Debit Card, or Other Electronic Means.
ag. Consideration of Resolution No. R-22-28; A Resolution to Enter into a Cooperative Agreement Between the County of Grant and the New Mexico Department of Transportation for the Improvement of Roads within Grant County.
ah. Consideration of Resolution No. R-22-29; A Resolution to Enter into a Cooperative Agreement Between the County of Grant and the New Mexico Department of Transportation for the Improvement of Roads within Grant County.
ai. Consideration of Resolution No. R-22-30; A Resolution to Enter into a Cooperative Agreement Between the County of Grant and the New Mexico Department of Transportation for the Improvement of Roads within Grant County.
aj. Consideration of Resolution No. R-22-31; Resolution Approving the Gila Regional Medical Center Donation of Real Property Located at 805 Tom Foy Blvd. in Bayard, New Mexico, to the City of Bayard.
ak. Consideration of Resolution No. R-22-32; Budget Adjustment Request Amending FY 2022 Approved Budget.
al. Consideration of Resolution No. R-20-33; Declaring a Disaster in the County of Grant for the Black Fire Event.
XV. Bids and Requests for Proposal (RFP)
am. Consideration of Bid No. B-22-08; Airport Runway 8-26 Pavement Maintenance
XVI. Recess as the Grant County Board of Commissioners and Convene as the Grant County Health Care Claims
an. Consideration of May 2022 Indigent Claims for recommended approval in the amount of $1,446.60.
XVII. Adjourn as the Grant County Health Care Claims Board and Reconvene as the Grant County Board of Commissioners
XVIII. Commissioner's Reports
XIX. Executive Session in Accordance with NMSA 1978 10-15-1 (H)(2)
ao. Limited Personnel Matters Regarding County Managers Office
XX. Any Action Necessary as a Result of Closed Executive Session
XXI. Adjournment
Chris M. Ponce, Commission Chairman
By: (s) Kevin W. Hubbs, Administrative Assistant

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