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2022/03/14 - Briefing Packet MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONER BRIEFING INFORMATION FOR THE WEEK OF March 14,2022 In the spirit of public information and inclusion,the attached is a draft of information for Commissioner consideration and discussion at the above briefing. This information is subject to change, additions and/or deletion, and is not all inclusive of what will be presented to the Commissioners. Please see draft briefing agenda for schedule. CO 1854 To be in compliance with Proclamation by the Governor 20-25.14 and Order of the Secretary of Health 20- 03.3,in-person attendance is restricted. Our Commission meetings are live streamed at http://www.masonwebtv.com/and we will accept public comment via email msmithamasoncountywa.gov;or mail to Commissioners Office,411 North 51 Street, Shelton,WA 98584;or call 360427-9670 ext.419. If you need to listen to the Commission meeting via your telephone,please provide your telephone number to the Commissioners'office no later than 4 p.m.the Friday before the meeting. BOARD OF MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS DRAFT BRIEFING MEETING AGENDA 411 North Fifth Street, Shelton WA 98584 Week of March 14,2022 Monday Noon WA State Association of Counties Zoom Meeting* Virtual Assembly Monday 8:00 A.M. Area Command Meeting* Public Works Meeting Room A 100 Public Works Way *This is being noticed as a Special Commission Meeting because a quorum of the Mason County Commission may attend this event and notification is provided per Mason County Code Chapter 2.88.020-Special Meetings Monday,March 14,2022 Commission Chambers Times are subject to change,depending on the amount of business presented 9:00 A.M. Closed Session for Labor Negotiations—RCW 42.30.140(4) 10:00 A.M. Support Services—Mark Neary 10:05 A.M. WSU Extension—Dan Teuteberg 10:20 A.M. Sheriff's Office—Sheryl Hilt 10:25 A.M. Community Services—Dave Windom 10:40 A.M. Public Works—Loretta Swanson Utilities&Waste Management Commissioner Discussion—as needed Briefing Agendas are subject to change,please contact the Commissioners'office for the most recent version. Last printed 03/10/22 at 3:25 PM If special accommodations are needed,contact the Commissioners'office at Shelton(360)427-9670 ext.419 Mason County Administrator 0"3 CUU 411 North 5t" Street Shelton, WA 98584 360.427.9670 ext. 419 MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONER BRIEFING ITEMS FROM ADMINISTRATOR March 14, 2022 • Specific Items for Review o Appointment to the Lewis Mason Thurston Area Agency on Aging (LMTAAA) — Mark • Commissioner Discussion J:\DLZ\Briefing Items\2022\2022-03-14.docx MASON COUNTY BRIEFING ITEM SUMMARY FORM To: Board of Mason County Commissioners From: Diane-Zarern Department: Support Services Ext: 747 Briefing Date: March 14, 2022 Previous Briefing Dates: If this is a follow-up briefing, please provide only new information Internal Review (please check all that apply): ❑ Budget/Finance ❑ Human Resources ❑ Legal ❑ Information Technology ❑ Other— please explain Item: Approval to appoint Margot Connole to the Lewis-Mason-Thurston Area Agency on Aging for a 2-year term ending December 2024. Background: The Lewis-Mason-Thurston Area Agency on Aging is a local government agency that provides home and community services for seniors and adults with disabilities to help them remain living in their own homes. The Advisory Council makes recommendations to the Council of Governments and staff. Recommended/Requested Action: Place the approval to appoint Margot Connole to the Lewis-Mason-Thurston Area Agency on Aging for a term ending December 2024 on the March 15, 2022 Action Agenda. Attachments: Application Cc:CMMRS Neatherlin, Shutty, Trask Clerk R E. MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 411 NORTH FIFTH STREET MAR G 4! 2Uj SHELTON WA 98584 Fax 360-427-8437; Voice 360-427-967t7 Ext. 419;275-4467 or 482-5269 east Mason County coalmissic.m"'Irs I AM-SEEKING APPOINTMENT TO Mason County Advisory CounciVLMTAAA Advisory Council ................................... ........................ ....................... NAME- Margot Connote .. ............................... ADDRESS: TPHONE. CITYOP: VOTING PRECINCT: WORT{ WORT{PHONE: (OR AREA IN Tree F COUNTY mil-W) E-MAIL: ............ ........... .......... --------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------- COMMUNITY SERVLC EMPLOYMENT:(IF RL-TIRED.PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE) S OR "ERWIMS1 COMPANY: Logan Health,MT YRS Mason Conservation M0 District volunteer .......... Logan Health Hospice volunteer POSITION. Cancer Service Line Director American Cancer Society Advisory Board,MID COMPANY. Centura Health,CO YRS Coastal Hospice volunteer, MD Post-noN, Vice President Oncology Services-Denver. ---------------------------- ------ - -- .1 1 --- - ----------------------- In your words, what do you perceive is the role or purpose of the Board. Committee or Council for which you are applying: The LMTAAA Advisory Council is invested in improving the function and quality of life of our eldery and young adults mtfth fiisahilitie"y-shaping for programs and setUire-,to rnaX*Mi7p their safety-strength— balance, fitness,i tualtion,independence,,,rnobtfty-and 7suctat-con ns as they age. ................. What interests,skills do you wish to offer the Board,Committee,or Council? W#ft apalysis.. I..........I....................... .................... -11-11.111...................----...............------- -...................... Please list any financial. professional, or voluntary affiliations which may influence or affect your position on this Board: (i.e.create a potential conflict of interest) None. Your participation is dependent upon attending certain trainings made available by U*te County during regular business hours (such as Open Public Meetings Act and Public Records).The trainings would be at no cost to you.Would you be able to attend such trainings? Yes Realistically,how much time can you give to this position? Quarterly Mon"I X Weekly Daily orrice use Only 2/2712022 Appointment Date Sjgnai!-P-- Diale Term Expire Datc February27, 2022 Glen Harper Vice Chair LMTAAA Advisory Council 2404 Heritage Court SW,Suite A Olympia WA 98502 RE:Lewis-Mason-Thurston Area Agency on Aging Advisory Council Membership Dear Mr.Harper, I read with interest about the Mason County opening on this council.We spoke at length regarding what the work of the council is,my background and how it may benefitthe council.After reviewingthe councils bylaws including the responsibilities and expectations of the council as well as the qualifications for membership,I believe it is a good fit for me.I am submittingmy applications forthe Mason CountyAdvisory Council and the LMTAAA Council for consideration. First,let me addresscouncil membership composition requirements: • Gender:Female • Age:60+years of age • County of Residency:Mason County.I am living temporarily in Thurston Countywhile my home is built in the Shelton area.Applications for permits are underway and the home should be complete this summer. • qualifications:1 have 25 years of experience in leadership positrons in the private sector and 35 years of experience in healthcare organizations.My healthcare administration experience includes:planning and developmentof new services,strategic planning,budgeting and service line management(Cardiac,Oncology).Additionally,I have served on several local advisory boards(Cancer Support Community,American Cancer Society and my local church). The role of the LMTAAA is critical to ensuring area planning and service development captures the needs of the rapidly expanding population of elderly as well as young adults with a disability with an eye on improving their health,functioning and quality of life.This is an enormous task before us as a community.I would appreciate the opportunity to participate on this council. 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Signature Date 2 MASON COUNTY BRIEFING ITEM SUMMARY FORM To: Board of Mason County Commissioners From: Dan Teuteberg, Director Department: WSU Extension Ext: 686 Briefing Date: March 14, 2022 Previous Briefing Dates: N/A If this is a follow-up briefing, please provide only new information Internal Review (please check all that apply): ❑ Budget/Finance ❑ Human Resources Legal ❑ Information Technology ❑ Other — please explain Item: Fall/Winter 2022 Report on accomplishments of Washington State University Extension Mason County. Executive Summary: (If applicable, please include available options and potential solutions) Budget Impact: N/A Public Outreach: (Include any legal requirements, direct notice, website, community meetings, etc.) Recommended/Requested Action: N/A Attachments: Fall/Winter 2022 Report— Washington State University Extension Mason County s� WSU EXTENSION Fall /Winter Report 2022 Mason County � - 's _ � � a µ �" cam"_ #.� 7: .��� '• .4 af— Washington State University Extension Mason County helps people put research-based knowledge to work, improving their lives, communities,and the environment. To realize this mission,faculty and staff plan, conduct and evaluate research and experience-based educational programs >improve the lives of Mason County residents. WSU Extension Mason County also employs the assistance of hundreds of volunteers and community partners and provides access to the resources available at Washington State University and the National Land Grant University Extension System. Partnerships Dan Teuteberg,County Director & Mason County and Washington State University have a 4-H Youth Development Specialist P60 Cot, long-standing partnership in providing educational dan.teuteberg@wsu.edu programs rams and research-based information to residents 360-427-9670 Ext.686 throughout the county.This partnership ensures that resources are committed from Federal allocations and ,sst WSU Extension Mason County University funds to keep important educational programs � available in Mason County. 303 N 4th Street,Shelton,WA 98584 360-427-9670 Ext.680 Other Mason County partnerships include: http://e)dension.wsu.edu/ mason ♦ United Way of Mason County ♦ School Districts—Shelton, Pioneer and Hood Canal ♦ Early Learning Coalition ♦ Community Services Offices ♦ Shelton Timberland Library Facebookpages: ♦ Saints Pantry Food Bank ♦ Mason Conservation District Mason County4H ♦ Mason General Hospital Mason County Noxious Weeds ♦ Mason County Health Department ♦ Washington Conservation Corps Mason County Master Gardeners ♦ The Salmon Center Mason County Small Farms ♦ South Sound Reading Foundation ♦ Hood Canal Coordinating Council • dik s r, 2021 /2022 t �►. q.: . 260 youth engaged through community . -- outreach programs f and at home learning � kits • 21 certified adult volunteers 4- H Youth DeveloPment • 8 active county wide 4-H Clubs and • Make the Best Better" programs RETURN TO IN PERSON PROGRAMMING As the 4-H year launched in October we recognize that our community is continuing to face challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.This year one thing we heard is how QUOTES much our youth missed being able to gather in person and learn together.As a program we* made it our goal to safely welcome back in person youth development opportunities for all "Thank you for providing families in Mason County. in person activities again. My son and/had so FAMILY ROBOTICS NIGHTS much fun being with This fall, our robotics volunteers were excited to other families again. We return to in person Family Robotics Nights held can't wait for the next twice a month.This volunteer led program one."- provides STEM learning opportunities for all Community parent school aged youth in our community.The goal is to allow youth to explore the world of r robotics and computer coding at their own pace "This is too fun/Miss through hands on STEM kits and expertise of 1 , Maddie and her creativity our volunteers.Through local fundraising are hard at work." A =_� efforts the volunteers have been able to Crystal, parent Family Robotics Night:Our youth learned continue to add STEM resources to the program how to build and program an advanced and are planning to start a local youth robotics competition robot. team. Heather • 'ran I 4-H empowers youthto reach Y. Coordinator Imo . Ext. 681 potential, working and learning in heather.cloranAwsu.edu partnership caring I • "Adam CLOVER KIDS Clover Kids returned this winter with an in person craft and game night.This well attended event was just the beginning of our monthly series. Clover kids is designed m to offer youth a safe opportunity to meet in person and ' learn a new skill to spark their inner passions, interests, and talents, helping them to discover their best self!We Clover Kids:Fun with QUOTES are grateful for the community support and volunteers ducttape "Thank you for teaching offering to lead these learning sessions. us a new craft. My ARCHERY daughter brought extra supplies on vacation to We are excited to announce the return of our shooting teach her friends. /love sports program in Mason County. 11 adult volunteers that they wanted to share completed their Level 1 Archery certification this what they learned last winter.Our program meets bimonthly and provides all month!"- the necessary archery equipment and safety gear for 4-H parent °E youth to learn and develop their archery skills.Youth that choose to compete at the state level will be given the opportunity to participate in a qualifying event this %just love 4-H because itArcheryLeader spring. gives my daughter a Nance to explore so many AT HOME LEARNING KITS rojects and discover what she really loves." Our volunteers continue to support our program by creating at home learning kits for the Carly, 4-H mom youth in Mason County.This fall/winter over 100 kits were made to help youth explore how to make a lemon powered battery, learn how to embroider and using tongue depressors to make catapults and boomerangs. Kits were available for all community "We are grateful for any members to pick up at the WSU Extension Office. support you guys provide for us to keep our kids' CONNECTING VIRTUALLY minds active!" We continued to provide virtual ways for our community to engage with 4-H.Through Kisako, community parent Facebook, email and our website community members can see ways they can connect on Zoom, learn at home and even participate in contests.This fall/winter we continued to offer virtual engagement opportunities through weekly office hours to connect with 4-H staff, monthly council meetings,4-H leader training, new club kick off opportunities and virtual trivia night.We also helped families engage in state wide virtual opportunities to learn about small animals, cooking, baking and more via Zoom! MAPLE LEAF CONTEST Mason County is home to many big y_a leaf maple trees.This fall as the leaves began to drop we sponsored a virtual maple leaf contest. It was fun 9 a to see families out in the community looking for the biggest maple leaf they could find.The largest leaf found &- QUOTES was over 21 inches wide and 14 inches tall.The winner received a big `%have purchased supplies leaf maple basket to enjoy maple ..:, �;, Ys,•' � �� � .•� for my own continued treats and learn how to tap their own learning. We will maple trees, all participants received a collaborate on projects special treat in the mail.This contest and the usefulness as an was so fun it will be back again next year. offer to 4-H youth." - Michael, 4-H volunteer COMMUNITY BOOK DRIVE The month of November the WSU Extension office opened their --- - doors to be a drop point for a children's book drive.The South 4-H is s Happenin know this craft was for Sound Reading Foundation was grateful for the truckload of books Hore my daughter, but it was a our community generously donated. great stress relieving activity for me too!"- LEADER OF THE YEAR Clover Kids parent This fall we recognized Marilyn Brennan as our leader of the year.The 4-H family nominating Marilyn for this recognition describes her as creative, patient,versatile and always 'Wove watching a youth keeping a positive, calm, problem-solving mentality,which learn something new, " was valuable during a challenging year for many families. seeing that light bulb go Throughout her 32 years in the 4-H Program, Marilyn has on is so rewarding': — - been elected to many leadership roles within the Mason Robotics volunteer County 4-H Council and 4-H Horse Council.Additionally, t 'she has served on the State 4-H Fair Board and has supported youth from Grays Harbor and Mason Counties by coordinating state 4-H Fair resources.She has also Leader of the year, chaperoned and coached the WA State 4-H Judging Team in Marilyn Brennan their travels to the Eastern National 4-H Horse Roundup. "I PLEDGE my HEAD to clearer thinking, my HEART to loyalty,Mason County • larger service and my HEALTH to better living for my club, my community, • • my world." Ir i BY THE NUMBERS 2021 /2022 Indirect contacts through online learning and resource sharing: a • • Schools: 1 ,471 - • Tribes: 1 ,105 • Adults: (CSO, Food SNAP- Ed Nutrition Bank, Shelton Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Farmers Market): 23,482 SNAP-ED'S PROMOTION HELPS INCREASE FARMERS MARKET FRUIT & VEGETABLE INCENTIVE SALES Throughout the 2021 season,SNAP-Ed heavily promoted fruit and vegetable incentive redemption through EBT/P-EBT,SNAP Market Match and Washington State Farmers Market Nutrition Program (FMNP)for Seniors and WIC participants. Shelton Farmers Market saw a 384.6%increase in SNAP EBT sales and a 414.3%increase in SNAP Market Match sales for the 2021 market season compared to 2020. Also of note,WIC and Senior FMNP combined f voucher sales/redemptions doubled from $1000 in 2020 to $2052 in 2021 ($1564 WIC FMNP and $488 Senior FMNP). WSU Extension - Mason SNAP-Ed was invited to participate in Shelton Farmers Market's Harvest Celebration, part of the larger downtown City of Shelton Spooktacular Weekend of events. Prior to the event, SNAP-Ed reached out to the Market Manager JenieLynn Wilkinson to advertise to the community via the Market's Facebook page that it would be the last farmers market session on 10/30/2021 for folks to receive/redeem SNAP Market Match Produce featured at Shelton Farmers Market(Facebook) currency and redeem their 2021 WIC and Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program vouchers at Shelton Farmers Market(SFM). SNAP-Ed nutrition education materials (Fresh from the Farm brochures, Eating We//for Less booklets,OSU's Food Hero family newsletters, MyPlate resources)were distributed at the market manager's Welcome/Food Access booth. Julie Guyton Al 7m Coordinator SNAP-Ed Nutrition Programs focus on providing •i4 dietary quality, physical activity and food managementresource �.� Continued from previous page... The SNAP-Ed nutrition educator was hosted at the Market _ Q UOTES Manager's Games Booth,where there was ample opportunity to engage parents and youth. SNAP-Ed provided youth with take- "It's perfect in my opinion. home pumpkin-themed activity kits that included mini pumpkin Take home pumpkin This is a very good decorating supplies and bi-lingual coloring sheets, recipe themed activity kits put-together snack!" — booklets, and assorted nutrition materials. SHS student commenting on new Harvest of the SAINTS' PANTRY FOOD BANK'S NEW LOCATION WILL AT LAST Month Black Bean & Corn ALLOW PSE STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION Salsa recipe After a four-year search and fundraising efforts, Saints' Pantry Food Bank(SPFB) succeeded in finding a new place to call home! On December 2, 2021,the Board of can't believe more Directors signed papers to purchase the historic old jC Penney building, located directly people don't shop across the street from the current site of the food bank. The old building was plagued down here[farmers with structural problems, had a very constrictive floor plan, and despite the Director's and market/. Don't they know Board's interests in wanting to implement Policy, Systems and Environmental (PSE) you can get a//these free strategies that SNAP-Ed had recommended to create a more welcoming environment and veggies? And this stuff supported healthier eating,their capacity to make many of the changes were limited or [vegetables/is way fresher unattainable due to physical space restrictions. The new building will offer more than just and tastes better than a bigger space. According to Director Rabecca Boynton, she and the board plan on taking anything you can get in advantage of their new space to create a shopper-friendly layout, similar to how Thurston the grocery store!l tell my County Food Bank operates.The new distribution plan will include shopping carts and an open floor plan with shelves and self-serve bins and coolers - similar to a grocery store friends they're crazy not experience. Clients will be able to directly enter the building, check-in, and commence to shop here[farmers their own shopping in a more dignified manner, no longer waiting outside in the weather market/."--A you ng ad u It in a long line and then snaking through a limited-choice distribution line down one SNAP Market Match counter with the food items handled only by volunteer a;' shopper who newly staff. Future plans also include having a dedicated space in frequents the farmers a bigger front lobby where partner organizations can market to do her grocery conduct tabling events and specifically for SNAP-Ed to nr__ shopping conduct recipe and tasting demonstrations, nutrition education, and participant engagement and intercept w. surveys. SNAP-Ed looks forward to assisting Saints'Pantry staff with the floor plan design, nutrition prompts and Healthy&Homemade healthy choice signage, as well as help assess and assimilate calendarsprovide clients' needs.As always,SNAP-Ed will continue to provide physicallow-cost recipes,along with actto resource materials to SPFB clients. Pantry Food :. • SNAP7 Ed • • '• Celebrating 5 years QUOTES NIMBLE THINKING BRINGS HARVEST OF THE MONTH BACK TO SHELTON HIGH SCHOOL! 'T11 pretty much only eat veggies when /can get After two-plus long years of being absent from Shelton High School, Harvest of the Month them fresh at the (HOTM) made a comeback,thanks to the nimble thinking of Janet Toney, Family& [farmers]market."- Consumer Sciences teacher and CTE Department leader.As schools relaxed pandemic A gentleman SNAP Market protocols allowing outside lecturers,WSU Mason SNAP-Ed approached Food Service Match shopper at the Director Kathryn Ward and Toney to start up HOTM in the main cafeteria. Plans were farmers market dashed, however, due to supply chain issues and short staffing.Toney, however, posed the question: Can we do HOTM in her Foods I&II culinary classrooms instead of the school cafeteria and serve the tastings in the Highclimber Caf6 with a limited audience? ...even asparagus and The answer was a resounding YES! SNAP-Ed pivoted to a Youth-led, Participatory Action raspberries!"- Research project(YPAR).Toney and Pamela Bish, SNAP-Ed nutrition educator, chose the A senior SNAP shopper is recipe to present to students. Bish prepared promotional slides for HOTM,which were thrilled to afford more shown on the foyer television. She also composed a student survey in English and Spanish fruits and vegetables with for rating the recipe, supplying QR codes for those with Smart phones and paper surveys her SNAP Market Match for those without. On February Th,Toney and Bish coached students in preparing the first currency, without which featured recipe, Black Bean&Corn Salsa.Students washed, drained, rinsed, chopped and would limit her produce combined ingredients, letting the salsa marinate overnight.On February 8rh,the students purchases with EBT plated the salsa with multi-grain chips, serving 160 students and staff. Results from the survey were encouraging.Of the 61 respondents, 77•�stated they would very likely choose s,�n••x,�nn�•t the Black Bean&Corn Salsa if it were added to the cafeteria menu,while 20•/stated they II;u'vi�t nl'1hA� \l�ntth Featured Black Bean Salsa would be somewhat likely to choose it.When asked how the salsa could be improved, Recipe w!Tortilla Chips discerning palates noted more lime juice, spices and cilantro and less onion. Harvest of the Month will continue through May at Shelton High School,featuring a different seasonal ingredient each month. Students were pleased to learn that if the featured recipes are Q s rated highly enough,they may be placed on the Highclimber Caf6 menu in the future. sudmu tt.ti,sd,ont 91 •�,.rr.•ww Uno Tuesday,Feb.Sth ��•�"' ! '~ - ❑'4�nG% lk �' OO N AD Ulm -_, (7 G Y• 7 w HarvestShelton High School Culinary st dents Culinary student Survey OR codes are displayed throughout the culinary student prepares work in teams to displays salsa I the Monthcolorful& healthy prepare Black and chips •students can voice promotional displays are ingredients for • • for their opinions an•offer shown on HighclimberI suggestions on • visitorsSalsa • foyer monitor to invite sample participation WSLI EXTENSIONSNAP- Ed = : Food.Moves. Mason Healthy 1*4 , Celebrating 25 years I • I dh 1 • BY THE NUMBERS2021 /2022 • 17 new contacts • Facebook page has ✓ 96 followers • 3 Home Horticulture participants Small Farms • 28 Cultivating Supporting Local Agricultureand Natural Resources SuccessTI participants (tri -county area) CULTIVATING SUCCESS" : WHOLE FARM PLANNING • 10 Septic System An 11-week course was held virtually over Zoom starting on September 21, Workshop ACULTIVATINI 2021 and continuing until December 7, 2021.Supported by WSU Food participants Systems and the Washington Department of Veterans Affairs, seven WSU C 5 Extension Coordinators across the state were able to put on this course for 120 QUOTES participants.This course was fully supported with Spanish interpretation as "My wife and l enjoyed well. Cultivating SuccessTI:Whole Farm Planning will walk the participants through a step-by-step process,to help you prepare a well thought out plan for their land, life, and the entire course! the farm business.They will learn how to use a whole system lens to create a living plan for especially enjoyed the their small farm. Participants were able to connect with a statewide community of other early focus on the aspiring farmers.They left with tools for decision making and a road map to plan for their creation of a holistic farm farming endeavors.This workshop included many opportunities for networking and plan and sus Kiley ierey. community building in smaller breakout groups regionally based. Kendall and Kiley were both excellent facilitators FARM MAP UPDATES and we hope to work with them again in the future." The 2020 Farm Fresh Guide is in the process of being updated! Mason County Current farms will be checked in with to ensure correct contact 'armF"sn Benjamin S., Cultivating Guide Now information, and new farms will be added! This is a free publica- Accepting Success Whole Farm New Farm tion for farmers in Mason County to be featured in. Planning participant �`'i�` l<endall Carman Working • •unty community to Coordinator foster profitable • and water . : stewardship, • access to healthy food. kendall.carman(P)wsu.edut<; AIN s *Z0 WSU EXTENSION Fall /Winter Report 2022 Mason County si rye • 46 active Master Gardener Volunteers . • 81 questions answered during Master Gardeners 2021 clinic Cultivating Plants, • • and Communities • 1 1 8 community members educated at CLINIC NUMBERS FOR THE YEAR Through the Garden The WSU Master Gardeners had 81 contacts for the 2021 year through their clinic.Clinic is Gate online offered on Mondays from 12-3 at the WSU Extension Office. During 2021,the Master workshops in 2021 Gardeners could not hold in person clinic, so this was offered online and over the phone. Of these 81 contacts, 15 were seeking information on pest management/pest ID, 10 were • 2,397 pounds of asking about fruit trees,and another 10 asked about landscape trees.Some of the other Fresh Organic questions include categories such as native plants, lawns,vegetable gardens, soil and Produce donated to landscape plants. Plans are in place to have clinic for 2022 in person at the Extension Office Saint's Pantry Food Mondays 12-3 and be able to attend more of the Farmers Markets. Bank in 2021 Have questions for the Master Gardeners?Contact by email: masonmastergardener@gmail.com or phone: 360-427-9670 ext. 687 CATALYST PARK DEMONSTRATION GARDEN On Tuesday, October 12, several Master Gardeners y put in time to clean up and put Catalyst to bed for the }., winter. 2021 was challenging with the continued - COVID-19 virus and two heat spikes during the summer, but in the end, 2,397 pounds of produce was grown and delivered to the Saints' Pantry Food k!a! 4 �" Bank for our community in need. Continued from previous page... A few projects were completed before the end of the year.An ADA raised bed was installed,three stock tanks were installed to replace a couple raised beds,two existing beds were raised,and an inventory of the sheds was completed. COMMUNITY PARTNER SHOUT—OUT Thank-you to Saints' Pantry Food Bank for their generous $1000 donation and the Shelton Kiwanis for their generous $500 donation for Catalyst Park Food Bank Garden for 2022! ;� �i. a '' i�'� ,•� . trlir., , ,� -_ ,. Ali ; ?-V v.. �r THROUGH THE GARDEN GATE — FALL WORKSHOPS Several Master Gardeners put on a free Through the Garden Gate for the community in the Through the Garden Gate fall.The topics shared on the two weekend mornings included Gourds and Pumpkins: From garden to decor and Mason bees 101.There was an average of 35 people on both workshop � days.Thank you Master Gardeners for the fun educational workshop you put on for the community!The video recordings can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/ UCmSmrmbysbAk-XjcCjr-aaQ 0 OfficeMaster Gardener WSU EXTENSION Every • • 687 MASTER GARDENER OF THE YEAR 2021 Each year WSU Mason County Master Gardener's select a"WSU Mason County Master Gardener of the Year".The qualifying criteria covers abilities, commitment, knowledge and involvement. Congratulations to Master Gardener Christy Rowe for Master Gardener of the Year for 2021! 'The Master Gardener Program has taught me a lot about our community. I have made several wonderful friends and volunteered for a number of activities. I joined the board as the newsletter editor,went on to become secretary and a State Representative for the MG Foundation. I co-chaired our Mason County Plant Sale, developed a network of vendors for the sale,and also co-chaired a number of plant sale committees. I have attended three Master Gardener Advanced Education Conferences,which I would highly recommend. I Currently, I am the Catalyst Demonstration Garden Chair and spend the majority of my volunteer time involved with the food bank garden portion of Catalyst.When I am not = gardening, I am working in my yard, sewing and cooking. This picture is of my granddaughter who asked me for a`girl date' and asked me to take her to f 'a the store to buy flower seeds and teach her how to plant them.Young Master Gardener in the making!Warmed my heart!"-Christy Rowe ' PUMPKIN SALE On Saturday, October 23,the Master Gardeners held their annual Pumpkin Sale at Catalyst Park. For the second year in a row, it was held at Catalyst Park and not downtown as in previous years due to COVID-19.They had a beautiful display of pumpkins, gourds, and even had a couple trays of ripe tomatoes for sale. Unfortunately, it was a very wet and rainy day and the community traffic was very low.With support from the community and fellow Master Gardeners,just over $400 was made in the 2 hour sale!The remaining pumpkins and the trays of tomatoes were delivered to Saints' Pantry. A few gourds were dropped off at the Mason Journal as a thank you for posting the articles and publishing two nice articles on Catalyst and the connection with the food bank. Next year we hope to be able to hold our Pumpkin Sale downtown where we get a lot more traffic and are much more visible to the community. �i fu Master i � w.opuewi 1 � �r ��� :y� ter, -,Q, � �•, Gardener EXTENSIONWSU • • p.m. Ext. 68 Mason • , • • . , • Washin , a te' YJ n WSU EXTENSION Fall/Winter Report Mason County Ali !A4 NUMBERS 2021 • 109 parcels received control services provided by MCNWCB Noxious Weed Prog ram • 37 site visits, Mason County Noxious Weed Control Board consultations and/or control NEW FUNDING assistance Since 2013, Mason County Noxious Weed Control has received grant funding from the • 28 new Washington State Department of Agriculture's Knotweed Control program. This partnership permissions continued with a new agreement finalized on August 17, 2021 in the amount of$20,000.00. • 224 total This collaboration continues to support knotweed control work within Mason County and permissions contributes to the program's visibility and credibility. managed • 25 acres treated FALL HIGHLIGHTS with herbicides Knotweed is a very difficult noxious weed • 5 acres manually to control without the use of herbicides. In ► treated addition to those riparian areas identified • 1 .25 solid acres of for control with grant funding,the program noxious weeds prioritizes assistance to property owners treated where this plant threatens infrastructure • 7 letters re: improvements such as buildings or drain fy = required control fields. Property owners demonstrating an ` �'S. noxious weed �`; '• �`� ongoing commitment to control are also species targeted for support. • 108 acres treated on National Forest Mason County Noxious Weed Control assists a • 150 acres surveyed property owner with controlof --' on a on National Forest 7. newly installed French drain. ki Patricia Grover Responsible for identilying no)dous weeds that am Coordinator Ext. 592 impacting our county resources,including agriculture, • • • .• • • • -� •. � • • . � habitats. BY THE Continued from previous page... NUMBERS Social media continues to be a source for highlighting program 202 1 /2022 accomplishments, sharing of information and reporting of 62 Weed wrench noxious weeds. This infestation of tansy ragwort,a class rentals B-select noxious weed which requires control was reported growing on a public property. The maintenance staff at the 81 Citizen contacts via phone, email, social facility was contacted,the plants mowed to prevent seeding media or in-person and MCNWC assisted with a late season herbicide application. REPORTING Mason County Noxious Weed Control made significant progress in the control of noxious Iweeds during the 2021 treatment season. Multiple reports to fulfill legal and contractual obligations provide an opportunity for staff to quantify those accomplishments. Completed reports include: DNR Aquatics Invasive Species- Prepared an End of Season Cooperator report for work `Y accomplished with the Earth Corps crew in June. Quotes . Olympic Invasives Working Group- Provided year end data for knotweed control efforts by MCNWC which is included in a comprehensive Peninsula wide knotweed `%appreciate you accomplishment report by multiple entities. The report may be found at answering my 2021 OIWGAnnual Report.pdf(clallam.net) questions and giving me a course of action to take if Washington State Department of Agriculture(WSDA)-Knotweed - Prepared the end of /have any future year report for work completed in 2021 for the control of knotweed. For the complete concerns." report,WSDA-2021-Report-FINAL-11-19.pdf(wsu.edu). $8,000.00 was invoiced JW during 2021. $12,000.00 remains in this contract. Project accomplishments include: • 122 landowner permissions "We lost a lot of/eaves, / 492 parcels permitted have great hope of them a//dying. /will send 01.07 solid acres of knotweed treated pictures this evening. 0 11.68 river miles surveyed with 8.00 miles treated want to thank you so • WSDA-Giant Hogweed - Prepared the end of year report for work completed in 2021 much. /owe you a day of " for the survey for and control of giant hogweed. For the complete report, free labor let me know. 2021-11-09-Giant-Hogweed-Report-FINAL.pdf(wsu.edu). $3,800.00 was invoiced MK during 2021. $1,200.00 remains in this contract. availableWe are / help landowners and land WSU EXTENSION . • - information, • 1 1 •eal Mason • • with irivasive,non-native • species. Continued from previous page... • WSDA-Perennial Pepperweed - Prepared the end of year report for work completed in 2021 for the survey and control of perennial pepperweed and nonnative common reed. I • : For the complete report,_.2021-11-9-Perennial-Pepperweed-ReportFINALpdf wsu.edu $1,600.00 was invoiced during 2021. $3,400.00 remains in this contract. • NPDES-This report summarizes the amount of aquatic pesticides discharged to surface p l� % water of Washington State to control noxious weeds. The report was submitted to the Washington State Department of Agriculture on October 03, 2021. Quotes Olympic National Forest Title II Participating Agreement- This comprehensive report details the efforts made by "Thank you so much for Mason County Noxious Weed Control to control invasive coming out the other day. species on National Forest land. During 2021, noxious /so enjoyed your weeds were controlled on 108 acres of National Forest land. 11 21"' know/edge!!" JECT REPORT In addition, six rock sources,which included one private pitNOXIUS WEEDCOOPERATIVE were inspected to reduce the potential for spread of invasiveCO KJ plant species through contaminated materials.The report "You did an amazing job may be found at Olympic Peninsula Cooperative Noxious to eradicate that nasty Weed Control (wsu.edu) weed outside of me BOARD MEMBER RECRUITMENT pulling 1 or 2 they are completely gone thank The Mason County Noxious Weed Control Board welcomed a new member. William you." Bezanson will represent District 2,which includes Harstine Island and the Agate area. Mike, a neighbor of a 2022 MASON COUNTY NOXIOUS WEED LIST property owner with tansy ragwort 2022 Pursuant to RCW 17.10.090,the Mason County Noxious Weed Mason County Noxious Weed List Control Board held a public hearing to adopt the 2022 Mason County Noxious Weed List on February 09, 2022. The list may be found at 2022-Mason-County-Noxious-Weed-List_FINAL.pdf wsu.edu . va. NOXIOUS WEEDS DAMAGE ...,.••�•.�•"": aul RESOURCES We are avai-lable to help landowners managersWSU EXTENSION Mason County information, . resources to deal non-nativei with invasive, pM • oki M NOXIOUS WEED FREE GRAVEL As a result of participation in a"Weed Free Gravel"virtual meeting,the Kespu"nibdil>fix Nq'1LUllropaliMinKhuhh"ctcn�i:n: Washington State Department of Agriculture, Plant Services Program has now updated it's online map and added"gravel"to the map depicting this service provided to Mason County by Mason County Noxious Weed Control. o� ..r ACKNOWLEDGEMENT With the passage of another year, I wish to 1 acknowledge the efforts of g our 2021 Noxious Weed Control team. Thank-you Sarah Croston and - Cela Hall-Wieckert for your I dedication to our natural resources and your commitment to serving the citizens of Mason County. d Ilk. y Pat Grover,Kelo Hall-Wieckert,and Sarah Croston "Chalk the Walks 2021"! availableWe are 1 help landowners and land EXTENSIONWSU Masonmanagers with information,services,and resources to deaA It • with invasive,non-native plant species. MASON COUNTY BRIEFING ITEM SUMMARY FORM To: Board of Mason County Commissioners From: Sheryl Hilt Department: Sheriff's Office Ext: 636 Briefing Date: March 14, 2022 Previous Briefing Dates: None If this is a follow-up briefing, please provide only new information Internal Review (please check all that apply): ❑ Budget/Finance ❑ Human Resources ® Legal ❑ Information Technology ❑ Other — please explain Item• The Sheriff's Office Detectives Division desires to extend the contract with Monarch Children's Advocacy Center and add services. Executive Summary: (If applicable, please include available options and potential solutions) Monarch Children's Advocacy Center conducts forensic interviews when the Mason County Sheriff's Office is investigating abuse. The contract for these services expired August 31, 2021, and the SO would like to continue the services currently being conducted and extend the contract through December 31, 2025. In addition, there are occasions when the subjects do not have enough English to communicate with investigators. Monarch has agreed to procure a translator for these interviews and run all invoices through their office to facilitate payments. This work requires an additional amendment to the wording of the original contract. Budget Impact: None. Budgeted in 2022. Public Outreach: (Include any legal requirements, direct notice, website, community meetings, etc.) N/A Recommended/Requested Action: Put on March 29 Action Agenda for approval. Attachments: Monarch original contract Amendment 1 Mason County Professional Services Contract This Service Agreement, hereinafter referred to as "Agreement," is entered into and made effective as of the date set forth at the end of this document by and between the following parties: Mason County Sheriff's Office, organized under the laws of the state of Washington, having its principal location at 322 N 3rd St, Shelton, WA 98584 and Monarch Children's Justice and Advocacy Center, organized under the laws of the state of Washington, having its principal place of business at 420 Golf Club Rd. SE, Suite 203, Lacey, WA 98503 Hereinafter, "Client" will refer to and be used to describe the following party: Mason County Sheriff's Office. "Service Provider" will refer to and be used to describe the following party: Monarch Children's Justice and Advocacy Center. Client and Service Provider may be referred to individually as "Party" and collectively as the "Parties." RECITALS: WHEREAS, Client wishes to retain the Services of Service Provider; WHEREAS, Service Provider has the skills, qualifications, and expertise required to provide the Services to the Client; WHEREAS, Service Provider wishes to render such Services to Client. NOW, therefore, in consideration of the promises and covenants contained herein, as well as other good and valuable consideration (the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged), the Parties do hereby agree as follows: Article 1 - DEFINITIONS: As used in this Agreement: 1 A. "Services" shall be used to refer to forensic interviews with children and juveniles when there is suspicion of abuse or in cases where a child has been exposed to violence. B. "Commencement Date" shall be used to refer to the date the Service Provider begins work on the Services for the Client. The Commencement Date shall be the last signature date of this agreement, or the last day of any amendments signed by both parties. C. "Completion Date" shall be used to refer to the date that the Service Provider will complete or cease the provision of Services to the Client. The Completion Date of this agreement will be August 31, 2021, unless as agreed by amendment to this agreement. D. "Fees" shall be used to refer to the payment Client will pay to Service Provider for the rendering of the Services. Specifically, the fees shall be $200 (two hundred dollars), for each interview as a fixed fee for all Services rendered. Article 2 - AGREEMENT: A. Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, Service Provider hereby agrees to render the Services to Client, beginning on the Commencement Date and ending on the Completion date. Client agrees to pay Service Provider the Fees required for the Services. B. Amendments to this agreement must be signed by both parties prior to the completion date of the agreement or any amendment. Article 3 - LOCATION: Service Provider will render the Services anywhere the Service Provider considers appropriate to the type and nature of the work required to complete the Services. Article 4 - SUBCONTRACTORS The Service Provider is not permitted to use subcontractors to provide some or all of the Services without the prior written approval of the Client. Article 5 - STAFF OR EMPLOYEES: 2 The Sheriff's Office policy is to provide equal opportunity in all terms, conditions, and privileges of employment for all qualified applicants and employees without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability, or veteran status. Monarch shall comply with all laws prohibiting discrimination against any employee or applicant for employment on the grounds of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability, or veteran status, except where such constitutes a bona fide occupational qualification. Furthermore, in those cases in which Monarch is governed by such laws, Monarch shall take affirmative action to ensure applicants are employed, and treated during employment without regard to their race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability, or veteran status, except where such constitutes a bona fide occupational qualification. Such action shall include, but not be limited to advertising, hiring, promotions, layoffs or terminations, rate of pay or other forms of compensation benefits, selection for training including apprenticeship, and participation in recreational and educational activities. In all solicitations or advertisements for employees placed by them or on their behalf, Monarch shall state that all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability, or veteran status. Monarch shall not discriminate on the grounds of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability, or veteran status; or deny an individual any service or benefits under this agreement; or subject an individual to segregation or separate treatment in any manner related to his/her/its receipt of service or other benefits provided under this contract; or deny an individual an opportunity to participate in any program provided by this contract. The performance of all or part of this agreement by Monarch shall not operate to vest any employment rights whatsoever and shall not be deemed to guarantee any employment of Monarch or any employee of Monarch or any sub-contractor or any employee of any sub-contractor by the Sheriff's Office at the present time or in the future. Article 6 — TERMS OF PAYMENT: The Client agrees to pay the Service Provider the required Fees, as outlined elsewhere in this Agreement, for the provision of the Services, subject to the following terms and conditions: 3 A. Invoice Interval: The Service Provider will be entitled to invoice the client monthly. B. Invoice Period: The Client shall have 30 days from the date of receipt at the Sheriff's Office, in which to pay the invoice. C. Method of Payment: Service Provider will accept County warrant or ACH forms of payment. D. Expenses: The Service Provider is responsible for the management and payment of any and all expenses incurred in the rendering of the Services and is not permitted to charge any such expenses back to the Client. E. Penalties: If the Client does not pay the invoiced and required amount by the date stated in the invoice or as otherwise provided for in this Agreement, the Service Provider shall be entitled to: I. require Client to pay for the Services, or any remaining part of the Services, in advance; II. cease performance of the Services completely or until payment is made, at the Service Provider's sole and exclusive discretion. F. Tax Statement: Any and all charges payable under this Agreement are exclusive of taxes, surcharges, or other amounts assessed by state or federal governments. Taxes imposed upon or required to be paid by Client or Service Provider shall be the sole and exclusive responsibility of each, respectively. Article 7 - CLIENT OBLIGATIONS: During the provision of the Services, the Client hereby agrees to: A. Cooperate with the Service Provider for anything the Service Provider may reasonably require; B. Provide any information and/or documentation needed by the Service Provider relevant to the provision of Services or payment for the provision of Services; C. Require any staff or agents of the Client to co-operate with and assist the Service Provider as the Service Provider may need; 4 Article 8 — CONFLICT OF INTEREST: If at any time prior to the commencement of, or during the term of this contract, Monarch or any of its employees involved in the performance of this agreement shall have or develop an interest in the subject matter of this contract that is potentially in conflict with the Sheriff's Office interest, the Monarch shall immediately notify the Sheriff's Office of the same. The notification of the Sheriff's Office shall be made with sufficient specificity to enable the Sheriff's Office to make an informed judgement as to whether or not the Sheriff's Office interest may be compromised in any manner by the existence of the conflict, actual or potential. Thereafter, the Sheriff's Office may require Monarch to take reasonable steps to remove the conflict of interest. The Sheriff's Office may also terminate this agreement according to the provisions herein for termination. Article 9 - CONFIDENTIALITY: Each Party hereby acknowledges and agrees that they and the other party each possess certain non-public Confidential Information. The Parties agree that the Confidential Information is private, and the Parties have entered into a business relationship, through which they will each have access to the other party's Confidential Information. Each of the Parties desires to maintain the private nature of any Confidential Information given. A. Confidential Information refers to any information which is confidential to either of the Parties. The Confidential Information may be in the form of documents, techniques, methods, practices, personal information or other oral or written knowledge and/or any other information which is confidential to either of the Parties. Confidential Information may or may not be disclosed as such, through labeling, but is to be considered any information which ought to be treated as confidential under the circumstances through which it was disclosed. Confidential Information shall not mean any information which: I. is known or available to the public at the time of disclosure or became known or available after disclosure through no fault of the Receiving Party; II. is already known, through legal means, to the Receiving Party; 5 III. is given to the Receiving Party by any third party who legally had the Confidential Information and the right to disclose it. B. Both Parties hereby agree they shall not use the Confidential Information for any purpose except those contemplated herein or expressly authorized by the Disclosing Party. Article 10 - INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS: Without limiting Service Provider's indemnification of Client, and prior to commencement of Work, Service Provider shall obtain, provide and maintain at its own expense during the term of this Agreement, policies of insurance of the type and amounts described below and, in a form, satisfactory to the Client. General Liability Insurance, using a standard ISO CG 00 01 occurrence form, including premises, operations, products and completed operations, contractual liability with limits not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence, $2,000,000 General Aggregate and $2,000,000 Products-Completed Operations Aggregate for bodily injury, personal injury, and property damage. Coverage shall include Employers Liability (stop gap). The Commercial General Liability Coverage shall include the following endorsements: The County, its Board, officers, agents and employees shall be included as Additional Insureds either by specific endorsement naming these parties or a blanket additional insured endorsement applicable "when required by written contract or agreement" Primary, Non-contributory endorsement, both in favor of the County, its Board, officers, agents and employees or a blanket waiver of subrogation endorsement applicable "when required by written contract or agreement". The Commercial General Liability Coverage shall not include the following endorsements: i Amendment of Contractual Liability ii Cross Suits Liability Exclusion Automobile liability insurance. Service Provider shall maintain automobile insurance at least as broad as Insurance Services Office form CA 00 01 covering bodily injury and property damage for all activities of the Service Provider arising out of or in connection with Work to be performed under this 6 Agreement, including coverage for any owned, hired, non-owned or rented vehicles, in an amount not less than 1,000,000 combined single limit for each accident. If Service Provider's employees will use personal autos in any way in carrying out this agreement, Service Provider shall obtain evidence of personal auto liability coverage for each such person. Professional liability (errors & omissions) insurance. Service Provider shall maintain professional liability insurance that covers the Services to be performed in connection with this Agreement, in the minimum amount of $1,000,000 per claim and in the aggregate. Any policy inception date, continuity date, or retroactive date must be before the effective date of this agreement and Service Provider agrees to maintain continuous coverage through a period no less than three years after completion of the services required by this agreement. Workers' compensation insurance. Service Provider shall maintain Workers' Compensation Insurance (Statutory Limits) and Employer's Liability Insurance (with limits of at least $1,000,000). Service Provider shall submit to Client, along with the certificate of insurance, a Waiver of Subrogation endorsement in favor of County, its officers, agents, employees and volunteers. Article 11 - LIMITATION OF LIABILITY Except in cases of death or personal injury caused by either party's negligence, either party's liability in contract, tort or otherwise arising through or in connection with this Agreement or through or in connection with the completion of obligations under this Agreement shall be limited to Fees paid by the Client to the Service Provider. To the extent it is lawful, neither Party shall be liable to the other Party in contract, tort, negligence, breach of statutory duty or otherwise for any loss, damage, costs or expenses of any nature whatsoever incurred or suffered by that other Party of an indirect or consequential nature including without limitation any economic loss, data loss, loss of goodwill, or other loss of turnover, profits, or business. Article 12 - INDEMNITY: Service Provider hereby agrees to indemnify and defend Client, and all of Client's elected or appointed officers, agents, officials, employees, volunteers and representatives, and hold harmless from and against any and all 7 damage, liability, demands, suits and losses, as well as legal fees and costs incurred, from injuries to or death of any person or persons, including the employees or each party hereto, and the loss or damage to the property of any person or persons as a result of the Services rendered by this Agreement or any transaction or matter connected with the Services or the relationship between Service Provider and Client, whether caused by a negligent act or omission of either party hereto, its agents, contractors, or employees, except that Service Provider assumes no liability for the sole negligent acts of Client. This Paragraph shall survive the termination of this Agreement. Article 13 - TERMINATION: A. This Agreement may be terminated be either party, upon notice in writing: I. if the other party commits a material breach of any term of this Agreement that is not capable of being remedied within fourteen (14) days or that should have been remedied within fourteen (14) days after a written request and was not; II. if the other party becomes unable to perform its duties hereunder, including a duty to pay or a duty to perform; III. if the other party or its employees or agents engage in any conduct prejudicial to the business of the other, or in the event that either party considers that a conflict or potential conflict of interest has arisen between the parties. B. The continuation of this contract is contingent upon the appropriation of funds to fulfill the requirements of the contract by the county commission. If the commission fails to appropriate sufficient monies to provide for the continuation of the contract, or if such appropriation is reduced by any means provided in the appropriations to prevent the total appropriation for the year from exceeding revenues for that year, or for any other lawful purpose, and the effect of such reduction is to provide insufficient monies for the continuation of the contract, the contract shall terminate on the date of the beginning of the first fiscal year for which funds are not appropriated. C. This Agreement may be terminated by the Service Provider if the Client fails to pay any requisite Fees within seven (7) days after the date they 8 are due. The Service Provider may terminate the Agreement immediately, with no notice period, in writing. D. If this Agreement is terminated before the expiration of its natural term, Client hereby agrees to pay for all Services rendered up to the date of termination, and for any and all expenditure due for payment after the date of termination for commitments reasonably made and incurred by Service Provider related to the rendering of Services prior to the date of termination. E. Any termination of under this subpart shall not affect the accrued rights or liabilities of either Party under this Agreement or at law and shall be without prejudice to any rights or remedies either Party may be entitled to. Any provision or subpart of this Agreement which is meant to continue after termination or come into force at or after termination shall not be affected by this subpart. Article 14 - RELATIONSHIP OF THE PARTIES: The Parties hereby acknowledge and agree that nothing in this Agreement shall be deemed to constitute a partnership, joint venture, agency relationship or otherwise between the Parties and that this Agreement is for the sole and express purpose of the rendering of the specific Services by the Service Provider to the client under the terms and conditions herein. Article 15 - RIGHT TO AUDIT Any authorized agency of the State (e.g., Office of the State Auditor, Inspector General's Office, etc.) and of the Federal Government has the right to inspect and review all books and records pertaining to services rendered under this contract for a period of six years from the date of final payment under the prime contract and any subcontract. The Contractor and subcontractor shall maintain such books and records for this six-year period and cooperate fully with the authorized auditing agency. Contractor and subcontractor shall comply with federal and state laws authorizing an audit of their operations as a whole, or of specific program activities. Article 17 - GENERAL PROVISIONS: A. Governing Law: This Agreement shall be governed in all respects by the laws of the state of Washington and any applicable federal law. 9 Both Parties consent to jurisdiction under the state and federal courts within the state of Washington. The Parties agree that this choice of law, venue, and jurisdiction provision is not permissive, but rather mandatory in nature. B. Assignment: This Agreement, or the rights granted hereunder, may not be assigned, sold, leased or otherwise transferred in whole or part by either Party. C. Amendments: This Agreement may only be amended in writing signed by both Parties. D. Proof of insurance. Service Provider shall provide certificates of insurance to Client as evidence of the insurance coverage required herein, along with a waiver of subrogation endorsement for workers' compensation. Insurance certificates and endorsement must be approved by Client's Risk Manager prior to commencement of performance. Current certification of insurance shall be kept on file with Client at all times during the term of this contract. Client reserves the right to require complete, certified copies of all required insurance policies, at any time. E. Waiver of subrogation. All insurance coverage maintained or procured pursuant to this agreement shall be endorsed to waive subrogation against Client, its elected or appointed officers, agents, officials, employees and volunteers or shall specifically allow Service Provider or others providing insurance evidence in compliance with these specifications to waive their right of recovery prior to a loss. Service Provider hereby waives its own right of recovery against Client. F. Notice of cancellation. Service Provider agrees to oblige its insurance agent or broker and insurers to provide to Client with a thirty (30) day notice of cancellation (except for nonpayment for which a ten (10) day notice is required) or nonrenewal of coverage for each required coverage. G. Additional insured status. General liability policies shall provide or be endorsed to provide that County and its officers, officials, employees, and agents shall be additional insureds under such policies. This provision shall also apply to any excess liability policies. H. Duration of coverage. Service Provider shall procure and maintain for the duration of the contract insurance against claims for injuries to persons or damages to property, which may arise from or in 10 connection with the performance of the Work hereunder by Service Provider, his agents, representatives, and employees. I. Enforcement of contract provisions (non estoppel). Service Provider acknowledges and agrees that any actual or alleged failure on the part of the Client to inform Service Provider of non-compliance with any requirement imposes no additional obligations on the Client nor does it waive any rights hereunder. J. Timely notice of claims. Service Provider shall give Client prompt and timely notice of claims made or suits instituted that arise out of or result from Service Provider's performance under this Agreement, and that involve or may involve coverage under any of the required liability policies. K. Additional insurance. Service Provider shall also procure and maintain, at its own cost and expense, any additional kinds of insurance, which in its own judgment may be necessary for its proper protection and prosecution of the work. L. No Waiver: None of the terms of this Agreement shall be deemed to have been waived by any act or acquiescence of either Party. Only an additional written agreement can constitute waiver of any of the terms of this Agreement between the Parties. No waiver of any term or provision of this Agreement shall constitute a waiver of any other term or provision or of the same provision on a future date. Failure of either Party to enforce any term of this Agreement shall not constitute waiver of such term or any other term. M. Severability: If any provision or term of this Agreement is held to be unenforceable, then this Agreement will be deemed amended to the extent necessary to render the otherwise unenforceable provision, and the rest of the Agreement, valid and enforceable. If a court declines to amend this Agreement as provided herein, the invalidity or unenforceability of any provision of this Agreement shall not affect the validity or enforceability of the remaining terms and provisions, which shall be enforced as if the offending term or provision had not been included in this Agreement. N. Public Announcement: Neither Party will make any public announcement or disclosure about the existence of this Agreement or any of the terms herein without the prior written approval of the other Pa rty. 11 O. Entire Agreement: This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the Parties and supersedes any prior or contemporaneous understandings, whether written or oral. P. Headings: Headings to this Agreement are for convenience only and shall not be construed to limit or otherwise affect the terms of this Agreement. Q. Counterparts: This Agreement may be executed in counterparts, all of which shall constitute a single agreement. If the dates set forth at the end of this document are different, this Agreement is to be considered effective as of the date that both Parties have signed the agreement, which may be the later date. R. Force Majeure: Service Provider is not liable for any failure to perform due to causes beyond its reasonable control including, but not limited to, acts of God, acts of civil authorities, acts of military authorities, riots, embargoes, acts of nature and natural disasters, and other acts which may be due to unforeseen circumstances. S. Notices Electronic Communications Permitted: Any notice to be given under this Agreement shall be in writing and shall be sent by first class mail or e-mail, to the address of the relevant Party set out at the head of this Agreement, or to the relevant email address set out below or other email address as that Party may from time to time notify to the other Party in accordance with this clause. The relevant contact information for the Parties is as follows: Service Provider: Tambra Donohue @ tambrad.monarch@cacimt.org Client: Sheryl Hilt @ shilt@co.mason.wa.us Notices sent as above shall be deemed to have been received seven working days after the date of posting or next working day after sending (in the case of e-mail). In proving the giving of a notice, it shall be sufficient to prove that the notice was left, or that the envelope containing the notice was properly addressed and posted, or that the applicable means of telecommunication was addressed and dispatched and dispatch of the transmission was confirmed and/or acknowledged as the case may be. 12 Signatures: Mason County Deputy Prosecutor Printed Name: Tim Whitehead Signature: Date: Sheriff's Office Contract Administrator: Printed Name: Sheryl Hilt Title: Finance Manager Contact Information: shilt@co.mason.wa.us Signature: Date: Service Provider: Children's Justice and Advocacy Center Contract Administrator: Printed Name: Tambra Donohue, Ph.D. Title: Director Contact Information: TambraD.Monarch@caclmt.org Signature: Date: 13 County Commission: Mason County Board of Commissioners Chair: Printed Name: Kevin Shutty Title: Commission Chair Contact Information: kshutty@co.mason.wa.us Signature: Date: 14 Mason County Professional Services Contract Amendment 1 This amendment to the professional services agreement is made between the Mason County Sheriff's Office and Monarch Children's Justice and Advocacy Center. Monarch Children's Advocacy Center and the Mason County Sheriff's Office here herein after referred as the "parties". RECITALS: Whereas, the parties entered into an agreement for services beginning on the commencement date of 1 111 212 0 1 9; Whereas, that agreement expired August 31, 2021; Whereas, the parties to this agreement wish to continue the services laid out in the original agreement; Whereas, there are additional services required by the client; Whereas, the service provider wishes to provide additional services; NOW, therefore in consideration of the promises and covenants contained herein, as well as other good and valuable consideration (the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged), the parties do hereby agree as follows: Amend Service Provider Address Change the Service Provider's address to 3020 Willamette Dr. NE Lacey WA 98516. Amendment to Article 1: Change the "Completion Date" of the agreement to December 31, 2025. Amendment to Article 2: Change the wording in paragraph A from, 'Client agrees to pay Service Provider the fees required for the services." to "Client agrees to pay the Service Provider the fees agreed to and listed in Article 1 of the original agreement unless both parties agree to a change in writing. Such an agreement will require an amendment to the original agreement." 1 Amendment to Article 4: Change from, "The Service Provider is not permitted to use subcontractors to provide some or all of the services without prior written approval of the Client." to "The Service Provider is not permitted to use subcontractors for forensic interviews. The Service Provider is permitted to subcontract with interpreters where necessary. Costs for interpreter services will not exceed charges listed in the Washington State Department of Enterprise Services contract #03514 (or replacement). Subcontractors are required to abide by all contract articles. Subcontractor charges will be billed by and paid to Monarch who will be responsible for reimbursing the subcontractor." Signatures: Mason County Deputy Prosecutor Printed Name: Tim Whitehead Signature: Date: Sheriff's Office Contract Administrator Printed Name: Sheryl Hilt Title: Finance Manager Contact Information: shilt@masoncountywa.gov Signature: Date: Service Provider Children's Justice and Advocacy Center Contract Administrator: Printed Name: Tambra Donohue, Ph.D. 2 Title: Director Contact Information: TambraD.Monarch@caclmt.org Signature: Date: County Commission: Mason County Board of Commissioners Chair: Printed Name: Kevin Shutty Title: Commission Chair Contact Information: kshutty@co.mason.wa.us Signature: Date: 3 • Mason County Community Services — Briefing March 14, 2022 Briefing Items • Post and fill the Environmental Health Management position and appoint an interim Environmental Health Manager—Dave Windom • Onsite Sewage Advisory Committee applications—Alex Paysse • Set a Public Hearing for Tuesday,April 26, 2022 to consider the annual update to the Capital Facilities Plan—Marissa Watson MASON COUNTY BRIEFING ITEM SUMMARY FORM TO: BOARD OF MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS FROM: David Windom DEPARTMENT: Community Services, EH EXT: 260 BRIEFING DATE: 3/14/2022 PREVIOUS BRIEFING DATES: If this is a follow-up briefing, lease provide only new information INTERNAL REVIEW (please check all that apply): ❑ Budget/Finance Human Resources Legal Other— please explain ITEM: Post and Fill EH Management position. Appoint Interim EH Manager EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: (If applicable, please include available options and potential solutions): Alex Paysse has provided notice of resignation. Director would like to place Ian Tracy as Interim EH Manager until the position can be filled permanently. Ian has a good general knowledge of all EH programs and services. He has experience in management and his appointment will reduce impacts to director, staff, and county services. BUDGET IMPACT: Minimal. 1.5 week overlap with current manager. PUBLIC OUTREACH:(Include any legal requirements, direct notice, website, community meetings, etc.) RECOMMENDED OR REQUESTED ACTION: Approval to appoint Ian Tracy as Interim EH Manager and place on March 15th Action Agenda with an effective date of March 16th, 2022 ATTACHMENTS: Reclass request form, CBA lanugage Briefing Summary 3/8/2022 TEMPORARILY WORKING IN A HIGHER CLASS/ OUT OF CLASS/LEAD PAY - REQUEST FORM El Out of Class Pay El Lead Pay ® Working in a Higher Class All out of class, lead, or temporarily working in a higher class pay requests must be submitted by the department head or elected official on this form to Human Resources for review and final approval by the Board of County Commissioners,prior to the assignment of additional duties. Employee Name: Ian Tracy Employee Job Title. Environmental Health Specialist Department:Community Services Please insert the lead, out of class or temporarily working in a higher class pay language from the Collective Bargaining Agreement if applicable: see attached What specific job duties this employee will be performing outside of their current position description and for how long: Serve as interim EH Manager until position can be filled. Assume all duties and responsibilities, in coordination with director, as described within current job description (attached). Effective Date: March 16th, 2022 End Date: upon hiring of EH Manager *Attach a copy of the employee's current position description* Manager/Supervisor of Department Signature: Date: Department Head/Elected Official Signature: Date: Support Services Director Signature: Date: BOCC or Elected Official Signature: Date: cc:CMMRS/Elected Official/Department/Payroll 10,2 WORK IN A HIGHER CLASSIFICATION No employee shall be reduced in salary or benefits because of being assigned by the Employer to perform the work of a lower classification, except in the situation of lay off. A supervisor may assign an employee to perform the primary duties of a higher classification, when those duties are not part of the employee's current job classification,for the purpose of: A. Providing work coverage during an authorized vacation period; B. Providing work coverage during an authorized sick leave; C. Providing work coverage for an authorized leave of absence;or D. Providing work coverage for a currently vacant position. Employee(s) assigned to work at least three (3), eight (8) hour days within a twenty-one (21) calendar day period, in a higher classification will receive the first step salary of the appropriate classification that provides at least a five percent (5%) increase for all time spent in that higher classification. The employee must be performing most of the essential functions of the higher classification to have that time count toward the additional compensation. This section is not applicable to employees who are being trained to perform the work of the higher classification. 10.3 MILEAGE REIMBURSEMENT All bargaining unit employees who are required to use their own vehicles for Employer business shall be reimbursed at the mileage rate set by the current policy for all miles driven on such business. 10.4 LONGEVITY The County shall provide additional monthly compensation above each eligible, regular full-time employee's base salary to recognize continuous length of service as a County employee. Eligible, regular part-time employees shall receive a pro-rated longevity benefit in proportion to the number of hours the part-time employee is in pay status during the month as compared to that required for full- time employment. The longevity benefit will be implemented in accordance with the following schedule: Beginning in 1111 and continuing thru 151h years 1.5%above base_ Beginning in 1611 and continuing thru 2011 years 3.0% above base Beginning in 21 st and continuing thru 2511 years 4.5% above base Beginning in 26th year and continuing thereafter 6.0% above base 10.5 LEAD WORKER The County may designate an employee as a Lead Worker; such designation is not considered to be a "job vacancy" or"newly created position"as referenced in ARTICLE 8—SENIORITY, Section 2. A Lead Worker will typically direct, oversee and/or organize the work of other employees, although the County reserves the exclusive right to make a Lead Worker designation based on other factors and rationale. The Lead Worker cannot hire, fire, or discipline other employees within the Teamsters bargaining unit. This job classification is used at the discretion of management(and with prior approval of the Board of County Commissioners). A Department Head will post within his/her Department a notice of intent to appoint a Lead Worker. He/she will give full consideration to all departmental applicants before going outside his/her department. Any employee who acts as Lead Worker will receive an additional ten percent (10%) salary for the period of time they perform that function. 10.6 COMMERCIAL DRIVERS LICENSE(CDL) The County shall pay for all required medical examinations including employees who are required to possess a Commercial Driver's License, and also reimburse such CDL holders for the costs above the basic Washington State Driver's License that are unique to maintaining their CDL Gcacral Services-Teamsters Union Local No 252 and Masmr Cuunty 2019-2021 Collectivc Bargaining Agreement Page 25 MASON COUNTY BRIEFING ITEM SUMMARY FORM TO: BOARD OF MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS FROM: Alex Paysse DEPARTMENT: Community Services, EH EXT: 279 BRIEFING DATE: 3/14/2022 PREVIOUS BRIEFING DATES: If this is a follow-up briefing, please provide only new information INTERNAL REVIEW (please check all that apply): ❑ Budget/Finance ❑ Human Resources Li Legal ❑ Other— please explain ITEM: Onsite Sewage Advisory Committee applications EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: (If applicable, please include available options and potential solutions): In response to current and upcoming vacancies, mason county has received three applications to serve on the Onsite Sewage Advisory Committee. • Wes Graves — Pumper Position — Expires on 3/26 and Wes would like to continue his participation. • Dave Killoran — Contractor Position — Existing vacant position, no other applications received. • Kim Delaney— Citizen Position — Expires on 3/26 and Kim would like to continue her participation. BUDGET IMPACT: NA PUBLIC OUTREACH:(Include any legal requirements, direct notice, website,community meetings, etc.) RECOMMENDED OR REQUESTED ACTION: Recommend appointment of Wes Graves, Dave Killoran, and Kim Delany to serve a 3-year term on the Onsite Sewage Advisory Committee. Approval to place on next available action agenda. ATTACHMENTS: Applications Briefing Summary 3/9/2022 COa�'rp MASON COUNTY COIL MSSIONERS 4 7 7 NORTH FIFTH STREET SHELTON WA- 98584 Fax 360-427-8437; Voice 360-427-9670, Ext. 419; 275-4467 or 482-5269 1854 IAMSJEKINGAPP0INTNIENTTO / NAME r ADDRESS: PHONE: CITY/ZIP: AREA IN THE COUNTY YOU LIVE) E-MAIL -- ----------- COMMUMTY SERVICE EMPLOYMENT: lIF RETIRES PREVIOUS EXPERIENCEI ------ (ACTIVITIES OR MEMBERSHIPS) COMPANY: 000 C L)YRS POSITION: COMPANY: YRS POSITION: ----------------------- ---------------------------------------- --- - - ------------------- ------- In your words,what do you perceive is the role or purpose of the Board, Committee or Council for which you are applying: I What interests,skills do you wish to offer the Board, Committee,or Council? J 0�- Please list any financial, prof assional, or4oluntary affiliations which may influence or affect your position on this Board: I(i.e. create a potential conflict of interest Your participation is depende t upon attending certain trainings n ade available by the County during regular business hours (such as Open Public Meetinis Act and Public Records).The trainings would be at no cost to you.Would you be able to attend such trainings? Realistically,how much time can you i this position? Quarterly a Weekly Daily Office Use Only — " f Appointment Date Sign_ .110 Term Expire Date *1854 MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 411 NORTH FIFTH STREET SHELTON WA 98584 Fax 360-427-8437; Voice 360-427-9670,Ext.419;275-4467 or 482-5269 1 AM SEEKING APPOINTMENT TO OSAC(On-Site Sewage Advisory Committee) NAME: Dave Killoran ADDRESS: PHONE: CITY/ZIP: VOTING PRECINCT, WORK PHONE: OR AREA IN THE COUNTY YOU LIVE) E-MAIL: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- COMMUNITY SERVICE EMPLOYMENT:(IF RETIRED.PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE) Olympia MasterTBwTIES OR ldersMEMRERSHIPS) COMPANY: Counter-Fit Construction, Inc./15 years YRS POSITION: Owner/General Contractor COMPANY: YRS POSITION: ------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In your words,what do you perceive is the role or purpose of the Board, Committee or Council for which you are applying: Observe,listen,learn,provide objective and common sense viewpoints What interests,skills do you wish to offer the Board,Committee,or Council? A builder's perspective regarding the integration of on-site septic systems within the overall scope of custom home development. Please list any financial, professional, or voluntary affiliations which may influence or affect your position on this Board: (i.e. create a potential conflict of interest) None known Your participation is dependent upon attending certain trainings made available by the County during regular business hours (such as Open Public Meetings Act and Public Records).The trainings would be at no cost to you.Would you be able to attend such trainings? Yes Realistically,how much time can you ive to this position? X Qu rly .v Mo thly Weekly Daily Office Use Only ---_-__—_._-- __-- V-/ C�_ Appointment Date Sig, _` Date -- Term Expire Date Autnentisign ID:412903EF,410A-4B1E•90B5-80A417E46F5F Sol' Co� A1ASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS i 411 NORTH FIFTH STREET SHELTON WA 98584 Fax 360-427-8437; Voice 360-427-9670, Ext. 419;275-4467 or 482-5269 1854 1 AM SEEKING APPOINTMENT TO NAME Kim Delany ADDRESS: PHONE CITY/ZIP: VOTING PRECINCT: WORK PHONE: (OR AREA IN THE COUNTY YOU LIVE) E-MAIL: COMMUNITY SERVICE EMPLOYMENT: (IF RETIRED, PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE) (AC I IVITIES OR MEMBERSHIPS) COMPANY: REMAX Top Executives- 10 yrs YRS Mason C. Septic Advisory Panel POSITION. Broker Mason C. Board of Realtors-President COMPANY: YRS Schirm Lp Water Board POSITiON: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In your words, what do you perceive is the role or purpose of the Board, Committee or Council for which you are applying: To help guide the public and health department in environmentally friendly and common sense approach o protecting our ground water tor f u ure generation What interests, skills do you wish to offer the Board, Committee, or Council? 30 years of experience in land development and sales Please list any financial, professional, or voluntary affiliations which may influence or affect your position on this Board: (i.e. create a potential conflict of interest) Please refer to the community service and employment portion of this application Your participation is dependent upon attending certain trainings made available by the County during regular business hours (such as Open Public Meetings Act and Public Records).The trainings would be at no cost to you. Would you be able to attend such trainings? yes Realistically, how much time can you give to this position? X Quarterly Monthly Weekly Dail)/03109/2022 — A„1),en;� Office Use Only Q�q/u�, _-_-----.__-- Appointment Date -- Signature 3,9/2022 10:46:49 AM PST Data Tenn Expire Date_ MASON COUNTY BRIEFING ITEM SUMMARY FORM TO: BOARD OF MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS FROM: Marissa Watson DEPARTMENT: Community Services - Planning EXT: 367 BRIEFING DATE: March 14, 2022 PREVIOUS BRIEFING DATES: None If this is a follow-up briefing, please provide only new information INTERNAL REVIEW (please check all that apply): ❑ Budget/Finance ❑ Human Resources ❑ Legal ❑ Other — please explain ITEM: Place on the March 29, 2022 Action Agenda to set a public hearing for April 26, 2022 to consider the annual update to the Capital Facilities Plan (chapter 6 of the Mason County Comprehensive Plan). EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: (If applicable, please include available options and potential solutions): The Planning Department received updates to the Capital Facilities Plan from the Departments of Public Works and Support Services. The Planning Advisory Commission held a public hearing to consider this update on February 28, 2022. They recommended to forward the updates to the BOCC. The Planning Department is planning a more comprehensive update to the Capital Facilities Plan a little later this year BUDGET IMPACT: As shown in updated project tables. PUBLIC OUTREACH:(include any legal requirements, direct notice, website, community meetings, etc.) Public Hearing notice required for Planning Commission and Board. Also posted on Planning Advisory Commission webpage and in Commissioner Agenda on website. RECOMMENDED OR REQUESTED ACTION: Place on the March 29, 2022 Action Agenda to set a public hearing for April 26, 2022. ATTACHMENTS: Draft Capital Facilities Plan chapter Briefing Summary 3/3/2022 CAPITAL FAC ILITIES er` PLAN 2022-2027 CHAPTER 6 MASON COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN [PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK] i Contents OVERVIEW.....................................................................................................................».............................................................................................................................................4 FINANCEPLAN..................................................................................................................................... 11 WATER AND WASTEWATER UTILITIES IES.............................................................................. ................................................................................................13 SOLIDWASTE PROGRAM....................................................................................................: .....................................................................................................19 PARKSAND TRAILS FACILITIES......................................................................................:......................... .............................................................................................24 COUNTY AND ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDINGS............................................::.............................................. ...................................................................57 POLICE AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE FACILITIES...................................................................................................... . ..._........................................................................75 STORMWATER MANAGEMENT AND HABITAT IMPROVEMENT......................::................................................. .....................................................................81 TRANSPORTATIONFACILITIES.................................. ................ ....................................................................................................................87 T Figures Figure 1:Map of Mason County 2022-2027 Capital Facilities Program 5 Figure 2.2022-2027 Water&Waste Water Capital Improvement Projects 14 Figure 3.2022-2027 Solid Waste Capital Improvement Projects " 24 Figure 4.2022-2027 Parks,Trails&Recreation Capital Improvement Projects 29 Tables Table 1:County Facilities Level of service '' 6 Table 2. Non-County Facilities—Level of Service 7 Table 3. Mason County Population Growth Projection 2016-2036 11 Table 3.1 Mason County Projected New Population Growth Allocations:2016-2036 with Reallocation 11 Table 4. Capital Facility Improvement&Finance Costs 2022-2027(n Thousands) 12 Table 5. Inventory of Parks 30 Table 6.Summary of Administration Sites 61 Table 7.Mason County Space Needs Update-Area Projections for primary space needs 62 i OVERVIEW See Figure 1 for a map of all 422- 27 Capital Facilities Pro.ects ,_- Deleted:2o19 in Mason CountYt. ___ Deleted:2024 -- -- ---- ----------------------- Washington's Growth Management Act (GMA) (36.70A.070 RCW) Several key improvements in the 22'_'027 C1P Deleted:¶ t __ 1I ------ ---------- -- requires that the Capital Facilities Element 'FE.) be included in the include: Deleted:2019-2024 County Comprehensive Plan. This element provides an inventory of • Sewer improvements in Belfair Deleted:rr existing conditions and publicly owned facilities by quantifying capital • Solid waste facility improvements facilities currently provided by Mason County or by other jurisdictions • County jail improvements operating in the County,projecting future needs aLi-d developing a six(6) . County campus improvements and twenty(20)year financing plan. The CFP is a planning document; it is=a budget expenditure.Together the Capital Facilities Flement 3" • Belfair to Shelton trail development and the 6-year financing plan(or Capital Improvement Propn•am(JP)is The CFP also assesses capacity of the County's facilities and the level of referred to as the Capital Facilities Plan (CFP). The CFI) includes service they provide is discussed and compared with the County's desired proposed projects,funding sources,and general timelines to help guide levels of service.The"level of service"is an objective measure of how the prioritization of limited resources for capital improvements to well services are provided to the public.Deficiencies and improvement achieve our strategic goals. needs are identified, improvement costs are estimated, projects are scheduled for six and twenty4ear planning horizons, and a sixyear ._- Deleted: An Important Planning and Coordination 'fool finance plan and possible financing options are discussed. This Capital Facilities Plan(CFP)helps shape the quality of life in our communities.The plan provides a detailed six-year roadmap for funding Where are other,non-county,public organizations and special districts projects that reflect the priorities of the citizens of Mason County. that have capital facilities and taxing authority that"connected and -_- Deleted: coordinated with Mason County. These include the school districts, hospital districts,port districts,cemetery district,public utility districts, The CFP helps the rest of the County's major plans come to life by regional library system,water districts,and fire districts. These districts requiring that projects have a coordinated plan for full financing and have their own governing body and capital facilities planning. Mason ensuring that multiple projects are not competing for the same revenue. County non-county districts include: two hospital districts,the Ports of The CFP provides a reality check for the County vision and the other Fyn, Dewatto, Grapeview, Hoodsport, and Shelton; the School long-range plan elements of the 2016-2036 Comprehensive Plan. Districts of Southside, Grapeview, Elma, Shelton, Mary M Knight, Planning for capital facilities is a complex task,but planning is only the Pioneer, North Mason, and Hood Canal; Fire Protection Districts; beginning. Finding resources to pay for those needs is another critical Cemetery District; Belfair Water District; Public Utility Districts; coordination step.`------------------ Hartstene Pointe Water-Sewer District, Maggie Lake Water District, -- Deleted:¶ ----------------Ta huya-Fdver Ydtey Water District and'Prails End Ware;District--- 4 r[a/F a rG'tie�1 ilrment Parr 4_9L90 Draft Figure L Map of Mason County JQ22027 Capital mnrovemem? - ran _- Deleted:2019 a Deleted:2024 fir- Deleted:Facilities � Deleted:lan r� Gan. Pnzrter laL C.—Y Sunset Blutt Park Sanda, "' tssam s c. Y',Bker SYstem�, Sit ertair Skd1e VVate� N Park .: ,Foote ills Park'f y a�i - ek.b:nard's Landing RanfY - Alty Cmety lan,d?" „R-ri d Park .. , -a 1Lnson take NUuli BAY Pull oar Ram. Boat LaUncll .9—K4Y st / I> SkookorRl5h Rro r Pocket Park Ausdawood beater /'SYstem lmpro—uts OPason oGw tmProv nts — PnlllPS Lake Park YYdv(H taca�ty e mRb P&rk c Oakland Bay •.IrtlproVemanls '/ lostoo Cal Park Menwrtal Hall Mason CoG ak+r CJar,aq Park Improvemen s `l 0 Mksr Park � 1 Kennedy� a - Creep Perb Grva; morw (.rrfi�,ri I,niulirr 1:/;vurrd i L�- ,If 90 Draft i Facility Needs The state Growth Management Act requires that level of service(LOS)standards be establis d�ensure adequate transportation improvements,water and wastewater facilities,solid waste management facilities,schools,parks and trail,poli,:' -fire,and other capital facilities to meet the needs of the _- Deleted: population as it grows and changes over the next twenty years (WAC 365-196-320). vanes};e of using LOS standards is the ability to quantify deficiencies and identify improvement needs.The LOS can also be used as a perfi>rnr)nce standard for eoncurrency by comparing the service level being provided by a capital facility a"'nst the quantitative LOS standard.The set-Vice is erapsi(Iered deficient if it does not meet the service level standard that the County has determined it wants to deliver to its residents and a scr Tli'g' ..5 approach makes the most sense where there are easily quantifiable facilities or where the state has defined the standards such as for sewer 4440mcr facilities.Tables I and 2 summarize these new measures for Mason _ Deleted: .. .. .._.. ------------------------------ County and Non-County facilities. Table 1. County Facilities—Level of Service 3 Facility 2016 Capacity 2036 Needs Level of Service Standard Reference Water and Wastewater RCN 57.16.010 and WAC_246-272- District Plan Approval n1tx)l Implementing TI1D ItcdUCil<m ill J 1—d Risk/Water Quality RCV'19.27.097 and RCW 5&17.110 Water Quality and Adequacy Monitoring Sewer System(UGA) 1,5110 3,300 Area(acres)of UGA Served Low Impact Development/Reduction of Implcmcntin}; 'IBD RC\C�36.59 Stormwater Management Pervious;1"a Solid Waste Management .567 .6�i_^ .6 Tons per 1,0p0 population SWMP 2017: Properly dispose of all Solid Waste Facilities waste received. County Administration 231,501)sq ft or _ Government Auildin n 4(a)sy 0 1xr cmpl'me >250 sq ft Sn sq fr per emploccc State Standard Law and Justice Court Rooms 5 >1 per)udieialPosition 1 per 1udicial Position District 10,0(X)cases 20,000 cases Annual Cases Superior 2,5(N)cases 5,000 cases Annual Cases i Law Enforcement 66 total or 1/1000 TBD Deputies per 1000 Population WSPC 94 beds total or.001 TBD 5 beds per 1,0000 population County Jail per 1,000 Detention Center 7 Beds TBD Reduction:in user intervention programs - - Deleted:¶ 9 Table 1. County Facilities—Level of Service(continued) ¶ Facility 2016 Capacity 2036 Needs Level of Service Standard Reference Transportation County Roads LOS C or better LOS C or better LOS C RCVV 47.06.140 and RCW 47.80.030— Urban Arterials *No Urban Arterials TBD LOS D *See also Transportation Element and Transportation Improvement State Highways(urban/rural) LOS D or better I;OS D or better LOS D/C Program Maintenance 40.5"Poor"of 235 0-Poor,miles All Arterials-None with"Poor"Rating Roads miles 64 bridges/13 0"deficient"bridge No"deficient"bridges WAC 136-20-060 and 23 CFR 650.3 Bridges deficient Parks and Recreation Parks 956 Acres/62,300 5 acres per 1,000 5 acres per 1,000 population National standard Trails 0/62,300 .5 miles per 1,000 0.5 miles per 1,000 population National standard Table 2. Non-County Factlttti s—Level of Service Facility 2016 Capacity 2036 Needs Level of Service Standard Reference Non-County School Districts Expenditures/Revenue Per Student WAC 180-27-035 $11,501 Expenditures $11,948 Revenue per TBD Expenditures/Revenue Per Student Southside School District student S:gfilal Fadklirr 11meal Poor 7_9L90 Drat! i $10,016 Expenditures $9,860 Revenue per TBD Grapeview School District student $10,043 Expenditures $10,187 Revenue per TBD Shelton School District student $15,219 Expenditures $14,876 Revenue per TBD Mary M Knight School District student $11,295 Expenditures $11,996 Revenue per TBD Pioneer School District student $9,435 Expenditures $9,429 Revenue per TBD North Mason School District student $14,521 Expenditures $14,743 Revenue per TBD Hood Canal School District student Table 2. Non-County Facilities—Level of Service(continued) Facility 2016 Capacity 2036 Needs Level of Service Standard Reference Non-County Fire Protection Percent Population and Percent Service Area 19%pop and 20%land Notch Mason General area Projected Pop Growth 11%pop and 1%land City of Shelton area 29/pop and 2%land 1 area 5%pop and 2%land 3 area 9%pop and 8%land 4 area 29%pop and 20%land 5 area Projected Pop Growth Cmi/a!F;�dli[ie.r Ishnr�n/ PuL—PL 0 llra0 5%pop and 2%land 6 area 2%pop and 60/6 land 9 area 29/6 pop and 1%land 11 area Projected Pop Growth 2%pop and 18%land 12 area 3%pop and 8%land 13 area 2%pop and 7%land Projected Pop Growth 16 area 3%pop and 2%land 17 area 6%pop and 2%land 18 area Hospital Districts 1 Doctor per 3,790 1 Doctor per 1,190 Doctors per 1,000 population Port Districts Public Benefit Projects Public Utility Districts 9%Electric Load 20%Electric Load Renewable Energy Financing One ofthe Growth Management Act goals,referred to as"concurrency," is the provision of infrastructure facilities and services to serve projected Facility needs are identified,and a six-year finance plan is developed for growth at the time such growth occurs, or within a reasonable time sewer,water,parks and recreation,and stormwater. This Section also afterwards. This starts with identifying specific facility needs using the includes the results of facility planning efforts for County administrative strategies previously discussed. Another important aspect of buildings,police and criminal justice facilities,and solid waste facilities. concurrency is the ability to monitor the development of infrastructure Financing needs and options are included for these facilities as well.The improvements to assess whether they keep pace with approved Section includes by reference the capital facilities plans for Grapeview, development. Hood Canal,North Mason,Pioneer, and Shelton School Districts, to facilitate orderly growth and coordination in the provision of future Concurrency management,as it is called,involves a set of land use and capital facility needs. permit approval processes designed to ensure facilities and services keep pace with growth. In some cases,development codes could be enacted Concurrency Management (�ahi[a(1 s iG[ier j:(emznl 1'avr 9190 Drra!! i to require that specific LOS standards be promulgated through the development of identified improvements. In other cases,restrictions to growth may be imposed until appropriate service standards for capital facilities are achieved. Land use applications for certain development proposals,in areas targeted for future growth,could have their approvals withheld pending concomitant development of appropriate urban service level facilities (e.g.,sewer facilities). The municipality would be responsible for managing the concurrent development of these urban services. _'` Requiring individual developers to fund and implement needed ' improvements is one possible funding method among a variety of other scenarios(e.g.,grants,loans,and state,federal,and private sources). Under this arrangement,the final tenant(e.g.,homebuyer or building purchaser)would ultimately pay for the new facilities through a higher initial purchase price or through a periodic assessment. Mason County's policies for concurreney management are contained in the following section. Development Process Mason County evaluated its existing facilities,its future needs,its costs, and the types and levels of services which it should require or provide in the county.The goals and policies listed herein are the result of this process.Policies listed under General Capital Facilities apply to all facilities addressed in the Capital Facilities Chapter. Facility-specific policies apply only to those facilities. Lm,/Fi,i&i,I:knal &g, 10LqL90 Diu! i Moved(insertion)[1] FINANCE PLAN - Deleted:Financing¶ -- ----- --------�-- -------- -------------- -------------- ------ -- - I�acthty needs are identified,and a six-year finance plan is developed 24% 2036 inerease for sewer,water,parks and recreation,and stonnwater.This Section A key feature of the Capital Facilities Plan(CFP)is providing public also includes the results of facility planning efforts for County administrative buildings,police and criminal justice facilities,and solid facility capacity to meet anticipated demand based on capacity Arta 1 waste facilities. Financing needs and options are included for these assumptions and population trends.The CFP relates to the Land Use elten 430 facilities as well.The Section includes by reference the capital facilities h plans for Grapeview,Hood Canal,North Mason,Pioneer,and Shelton Element,uses the same population growth and distribution projections, 5;hp-h-en UGn School Districts,to facilitate orderly growth and coordination in the and plans for 6 and 20- ear needs provision of future capital facility need ¶ P Y t--__------------------__-_._--_._.__.__ w;.. Urban - __.._. ....__-____- -..-.-------__- Gmcurrene Management¶a s. One of the Growth Management Act goals,referred to as GMA requires the CFP include a requirement to reassess the land use elements ^concurrency,^is the provision of infrastructure facilities and services if probable funding falls short of meeting existing needs and to ensure to serve projected growth at the time such growth occurs,or within a r reasonable time afterwards.This starts with identifying specific facility that the land use element,capital facilities plan element,and financing needs using the strategies previously discussed. Another important xr, plan within the capital facilities plan element are coordinated and aspect of concurrrncy i the ability to monitor the developm ,,, 6I consistent.This section analyzes the foregoing inventory,needs,and ____ Moved(insertion)[2] levels of service,along with the expected revenues and expenditures Moved up[i]:I;iiiancind within the next six-years,to determine if reassess m is necessary., Table 3 Soong Population Growth Allocations.20I6-203G ;t Deleted:11 .._ -Mason-----_ .. .. - ..... -- _.--- - Concutrcncy Managcmtmrl1 62 q P�rs4n1 6 Population Increase Moved up[2]:r,uncurrenc%Mana;ni, v' Population Growth Assumptions �.,. increase M6 20A t l: Formatted:Font:+Headings(Garamond),14 pt `, Ly Formatted 63 Estimated capital facilities needs for this plan are based on the'­ Mason County population projections shown in Table 3,,-Because the Capital I acthnes w TQ91 g 0 i ° Deleted:¶ Plan is part of the Comprehensive Plan,and GMA requires that all tl 01 ll 3 Shelton UGA i ooI I Deleted:¶ parts of the Comprehensive Plan be internally consistent. The Capital Deleted:¶ Facilities Plan,Capital Improvetn�;.�'rogram and'1'ransportatioa. , Allyn UGA t r I 3 t (l GS ti, , Belfair UGA 1 flf ( �I Formatted 64 Improvement Program must contifi use the population � — projections that have been adopted by ounty(and dties)as part of Rural County Deleted:Table 3. Mason County Population Growth P 65 the Countywide Planning Policies and the rehensiv6,Plan until Somwsr u iuhington tale OaL{f Financial Afanagement Qu rlshel on.and i3 4(k t'C: I Pla Formatted:Emphasis x.,.. new ones are adopted. Formatted f0 •y Formatted:Emphasis,Font:10.5 pt,Not Bold Formatted:Emphasis Formatted:Emphasis,Font:10.5 pt,Not Bold Formatted_:Font:Italic Coital Fn rlitie.+Elen/ent Pna.1�1 DWA. ri i ,Th5 following facilities are included in the financial planning._---_- Financial Impact_Overview____________-- Deleted: ■ Water and Wastewater Systems The financial impact for capital facility improvements have been — 4 analyzed for the six year planning period.Information on transportation➢ Belfair Sewer 20 Year Finance and Rate Forecast Y Y P g P P Deleted: ...rail r5l can be found in the Transportation Chapter.A summary of the six year Deleted: Page Break 8 ➢ Cost Calculations for Build Out improvement costs,revenues and financing is listed in Table 4.EET 2 displaying Deleted:11,060 the cost by capital facility category. �' ➢ Real Estate Excise Tax 1 ET R ,and / ' Deleted:i t,6o .09 Sales Tax Revenues. (Appendix A) Deleted:1 l,oeo Table 4. Capital Facility Improvement&Finance Costs r, Deleted:1,975 ■ Solid Waste Management Facilities �22,2927(in Thousands) qr'i Deleted:1,975 ■ County Administration Capital Deleted:1,975 Improvement Finance !r q i Facility Expenditures a Deleted:7109 ■ Police and Criminal Justice Category Costs /Revenues # ,, B ry t r,'' Deleted:7,109 ■ Stormwater Facilities Water C 7 �u ?7.420* -_ (1 ! a9 Del :7,109 Wastewater u, ■ Public Works Facilities Systems e ' Deleted:21,976 ■ Parks and Recreation Solid Waste ,650 Deleted:21,976 Management Deleted:2ZO03 r , � County t 5 __ 5 021 ! „ ' Deleted:hnmcil...inancial analv,i,. Seven)alternatives has 6 Administration --- ----- - o,,' Deleted:1,716 Only County owned and operated facilities are included in the longer 1•?64* �_264+ _ ran 1 anal sis. Several alternatives,havc been suggested to deal Stormwater —-_ - ____ ,� Deleted:=716 ge —--y —-------- ----------with the problem of providing water and wastewater service in areas Public Works .4 Q5 7t i - Deleted:2,716 -- --- -- - outside the existing utility service area in which growth is forecast.The (Road Funds) Deleted:12,605 service area for the solid waste utility is county-wide, Deleted;1,bos l_ Park, ;I'rnls .�•�Z- a Total - --66,19 Deleted:12,6o5 ,..: �. Deleted:Recreation e finance plan identifies reasonably reliable funding sources, and Note aNntoq, r,nn,cx are Lrn,r, _,-21)17onh S'nnc„tthc( ,� Deleted:57,441 forecasts revenue and expenses to at least the year 2027 Funding varies _lnipn)yernci,t l coaaan ssorLhc s ,rre-provide j- &Partn,cnt,-wid,.-. depending on the facility. The different financing_methods,public or costs/rcvonuc bet•r,nd the 6 year financing peri�,d_--_ _ ______ Deleted:57,441 private,could have significant implications on the cost of utility service. • 1 hcsc figures are based„ff d,e data provided in the previous 2019 update. "De�leted: Potential funding sources that could be used to fund unanticipated needs No additional d:u.,„as provided by these dWartments for this sptcific'0 ding terries depending on the facility.ne and shortfalls are also discussed, 20r 7 ate 9 cdt&d Primes 1_"kz n/ 1 o"I O[90 Ibuli i WATER AND WASTEWATER UTILITIES i"„ Water&Waste Water Capital Improvement Projects Deleted:2019 Deleted:2024 The County owns and operates two public water systems, Rustlewood and the Beards Cove system. These systems serve an average of 590 residential connections. The County also owns and operates three sanitary sewer collection and treatment facilities,North Bay/Case Inlet Water Reclamation Facility,Rustlewood Wastewater Treatment Plant and the Belfair Water Reclamation Facility. North Bay/Case inlet Water Reclamation Facility provides wastewater treatment to protect Case Inlet from sewage contamination and to facilitate urban development within the Urban Growth Area(UGA). �5 The Rustlewood facility protects the water of Pickering Passage and the Belfair Water Reclamation Facility protects the water quality in Hood Canal and facilitates urban development within the UGA.The Belfair and Case Inlet Facilities serve the - present and future populations in both urban growth areas. Both the Belfair Water Reclamation project and the Case/Inlet • rwnn use advanced water treatment science to produce Class A sews s reclaimed water Future sewer extensions for the Bclfair area will occur in phases. teusfi,o6u Ww The following"Water"and"Wastewater"sections provide `` "' SYs�mlmwmemenu project-level detail on the planned improvements necessary to t meet state regulatory guidelines in the provision of water and wastewater services for these systems. Each project in each section is accompanied by a separate project sheet,which provides a description,and justification, along with a table depicting the estimated costs and funding sources for planning period 201_ rough' 27. A mm P gP �-_- su -------� �o��., Deleted i�- table that provides overall costs and funding sources for each Deleted. J: water and sewer system follows each section. C4pilalIilcarer l;kmeal 1 ra 13qL90 1)rzru i Financing the planned utility improvements requires the use of grants, "Engineer's Estimate"—Most accurate estimate,in the range of+or— loans,utility fees,system development charges,developer 15%. These estimates are based on a project design or significant contributions,and capital reserves. The specific combination of funds, completion of design work.. and the availability of grants and loans,will affect user rates for each . system as well as the timing on projects. The ability to initiate specific projects will be assessed annually based on the urgency of need,reserve funds available,and commitments from funding agencies to provide grants and/or loans. The decision about whether or not to proceed with any planned project is the decision of the Mason County Board of Commissioners for consideration in the annual budgeting and rate- setting process. To the extent possible,projects will be funded through: ` , Rate revenues(capital reserves) % w Grants Low interest loansZ Developer contributions Deleted:¶ County issued revenue bonds_ _- Deleted:¶ Each project cost sheet identifies the accuracy of the estimated costs ... t shown,based on the following scaled "` = Deleted:¶ "Planning Level"—The least accurate of costs estimates,in the range of +or—40%. Cost estimates at this level are usually based on a project concept and some assessment of relative scale,or annual program amounts commensurate with a level of activity sufficient to accomplish the intent of the program over time. ram` "Design Report"—Moderate accuracy,in the range of+or 301/6. Based on design report evaluation of options and an assessment of project elements and associated costs. ((,4ilal f 4i rkYinr hkr1w7I 114gL14 O'PQ Qt4 • _ - --------- .¶ _7022-2027 CAPITAL IMPROVEMI.NT PROGRAM Deleted: Break Pli BLIC WORKS-UTILITIES&WASTE M4,�IAGEMENT Fttnd: __________.403-North Bay Sewer System-- `^ d____ r_ _.: :-_ ________________� Deleted:2019-2024 CAPITAL FACILITIES PLAN -------------- -------------------- � R'CrRI:SHi:iiT¶ Project Name: Treatment Plant Upgrades PUBLIC WORKS-UTILITIES&WASTE Estimates: Planning Leve MAIVAGEME" Description: Analyze potential future development,and the options for providing additional treatment plant capacity and provide engineering to design the improvements for construction in subsequent years. Secure funding for final design and Deleted: construction,which is likely to be a mix of grants/loans,utility rates,and REET funds. Prepare final engineering and ¶ construction documents,and construction improvements needed to accommodate planned growth_________________ - Deleted:Deleted:¶ Justification: The existing plant is expected to reach design capacity for treatment in 2019.This work is necessary to facilitate continue growth within the urban growth area(UGA). •1'his'project will conduct the analysis and design the next 20-year increment of capacity for the plant.This project will also identify the most critical capital replacement needs for the existing system and will ensure a consistent level of service for our current customers. Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Re%enuc Resources 2022 2023 2014 2025 2026 2027 TOTAL Bares H 1 )(1ti Grans Lm,ut Reccnuc 2)00 ��1111 Total Resources 0300 3000 Expcnditures Planning and I)csi,m '1 errrB LNIlf (,t,iistructi to 1111N1 300I Total Expenditures 30000 3000 Cy4il l I ini&ies Lhmeal Pavr15-490 Ow/1 Deleted:T riol r rr Deleted:2024...027 CAPITAL FACILITIES ,.rill r Deleted: r i Deleted:¶ r rr Deleted:¶ :u Deleted:2019 ZCAPI_lAL '1 V ' ' nGRAT\I WORKSIII 1 '1' _ Deleted:2ozo PUBLIC WORKS-UTILITIES&WASTE MANAGEMENT Deleted:2021 Deleted:2022 r Deleted:2023 Fund: 413—Belfair Sewer 1 Deleted:zoza Project Name: Belfair Collection System Expansion ,�� ; Deleted:2025 Deleted:2M Estimates: PlanningLevel ry---------------------- - ------------------- Deletld:2027 Description: Design and develop documents required for expanding the Belfair Sewer Sy st ansion and provide construction Deleted:2028 Management Services. Capital Facilities Plan includes a collection system expansi 025 to the North Belfair UGA and .., - _..--_---_ Deleted:2029 30 possibly the Puget Sound Industrial Center in Kitsap County, ___� ________.__--_._ 4 Deleted:2030 Justification: In 2012 the county completed the first phase of the Belfair sewer system Collection system expansion is necessary to facilitate ! Deleted:50 continued growth within the UGA and the financial viability of the sewer system Collection system expansion may go to the i,,, Deleted:150 Puget Sound Industrial Center(PSIC)in Bremerton and north Be]fair area.L �•' -----------------------------',,�, Deleted:100 `lR, Deleted:srxr Estimated Project Costs(in thousan Deleted. ds) Deleted: Revenues/Resources 022 023 024 25 026 027 3 TOT Deleted: i;o Sales&Use Tax 0 (H) __-__-___L___________L_____-_ REET 2 Deleted:4,800 Leg App or other grant ---* -- '1t-------- -----L----- -- ---------------------------- Deleted:5,000 -- CityofBremerton (N) --- 200 --- �N) --- ; -----L-----L-----L- �1,'S(1�1\ ----------------------------- Deleted:100 Total Resources � �Q �44-- r�-----L------c--- _._L---.------.---- ��' _--- - -Expenditures p"�, Deleted:10,700 Collection System Design ) _ -- ----- „ Deleted:400 Collection Sys Construct IX1 x I 1(N) 500 -_-- L --___--_ _ ___-_-___- 11�1 , �` Deleted:600 m Total en es -__'_� .Y.<- E''�'_- Q,.-.,t' -szm>a..mm+l 'L----------------------------------sass - Deleted: '�u Deleted:200 Deleted:300 ll� Deleted:1,9oo Ii j�r'� Deleted:600 C,4nillI iidh7if I:kmen/ 1 90 I�tuf! c{PL 16� Deleted:400 Deleted:200 Deleted:850 �)- Deleted:5,150 Deleted:5,200 r: Deleted:5o0 Deleted:12,900 /a Deleted:boo i 20 2_. CAPITALIMI'ROVEMI•:N'1'-'PROG1tAM WORKSHEET ------ ---------- --- --------------------- a Deleted:19 PUBLIC WORKS-UTILITIES&WASTE AGEMENT Deleted:2024 Fund 413—Belfair Sewer Deleted:FACuaTtEs Project Name: Belfair Treatment Plant Expansion Deleted:Pr.�N Estimates: Planning Level--------------------- - --------------------------------- Deleted: Description: Design and develop documents required for expanding the Belfair Treatment Plant Expansion and provide construction Management Services. Capital Facilities Plan includes a treatment plant expansion in 2032r_- `-_- Deleted:¶ Justification: In 2012 the county completed the first phase of the Belfair sewer system.When originally constructed the membrane bio- reactor plant only had membranes installed in two of the four membrane basins. This expansion would consist of installing membranes in the other two basins and making other improvements to accommodate the increased flow. listimated Project Costs fin thousands), __, Deleted:¶ Revenues/Resources 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2033 TOTAL Sales&Use Tax 90 90 REET 2 90 90 300 700 650 1,830 Leg App or other grant Total Resources 90 90 300 700 740 1,920 Expenditures Treatment Plant Design 90 90 180 Treatment Plant Construct 300 700 740 1,740 TotalExnenditures 90 90 300 700 740 1,920 _-- Deleted:Expenses (_ahil d I4nrk'!i: 1 ik•menl Purr 17j490 Ibull Deleted:2019...022-202724...CAPITAL FACILI I I LS .,, 12 Deleted:¶ Deleted:¶ Deleted:¶ Deleted:2018 Deleted:2019 =-M"C PITALJMPRON-'I NIIi'N TPROGRAN WORKSI II?L"L' Deleted:zozo PUBLIC WORKS-UTILITIES&WASTE MANAGEMENT Deleted:2021 Deleted:2022 Deleted:2023 Fund: 413—Belfair Sewer Deleted:2024 Project Name: Belfair Sewer System Debt and Repairs Deleted:2025 - Deleted:2026 Estimates: Planning Level -- - � Deleted:2027 Description: There are an insufficient number of customers for the Belfair Sewer System to r the debt that was used to pay for the Deleted:2028 construction of the wastewater system and larger repairs. Sales and Use Tax and 2 funds are used,therefore,to pay for Deleted:2029 the debt. Because the debt load was created as a result of a capital " -gked in the Capital Facilities Plans so l p it is bein Deleted:2033 the County is aware of the Sales and Use Tax and RPJ;Y 2 needed to pay for it. The table projects out to 2033 to show what , the expected Sales&Use Tax and REST 2 contributions will be needed until the debt is paid offs i' Deleted:450 ----- I -Deleted:400 Justification: In 2012 the county completed the first phase of the Belfair sewer system with a combination of grants and loans. The system I t Deleted:300 is not financially viable unless Sales and Use Taxes and REET 2 are used for debt and capital projects. Table includes existing I!, Deleted:350 debt costs of system and large repairs and maintenance costs. Deleted:450 Deleted:450 Estimated Project Cog�„(in thousands, Deleted:6,310_ _ h'rr�, 01, Deleted:800 Revenues/Resources -. Am -Qk .._ _._. -> _ -_ � .,ZQ -_ --------- "�u, geo Sales&Use Tax 450 1 450 ( 450 49 450 ( 450 450 1 . -_--__ 1 --..----..__�15rjr...---:--- -...-- 0 REET 2 t 1) -- --J00 700 __700___700__( { 11}____.___..__-=_-�,820_____---- 0 Total Resources 1,h50 1,QQ�, -1,150 1,Q$S►, 1,150 _ "- 1,Q{tp_LO-61--�-_-4 1__�----_-a----__----_o v PeEx ndituresDebt Pa ments 9 3 9 9 9 983 9G 9G 7 3G. t8 I 1� 0 Y -81_ -t-_ 983gal, 1_ A_ 7-- --2' - —- - rto Repairs&Maintenance l 12 125-- 15- -- 14 _ 1�9, I t 150 I50 150 �_�__ :\ Deleted:610 Total,E g n 'ure- -- 1 ¢== LIK =11 __1- =111 _ --�-4WO p,' Deleted:8 to n .. -- --------- - --- -- - - Deleted:2 n" Deleted:250 d�+ Deleted:100 Deleted:o00 tla Cuhr[,tl F4trrk'[rrr li4m�n[ Parr 18-490 1>rul[ At'. Deleted:is it pia. Deleted:5 A, _ Deleted:1,150 All Deleted:1,150 Deleted:1,060 owl Deleted:1,060 0s 001 Deleted:15,130 ��. Deleted: i ---------------- _--_-_ ------------- -------------------------------- SOLID WASTE PROGRAM a plan review/update eve>y five years. Mason County will initiate the Deleted:¶ next update in 2023. 2' Mason County's solid waste program provides transfer and rfisposal 'T'he counts ittlpleniented flow control effective April 1.2020 increasing <(nerations for solid waste at four transfer station locations. The largest loads and ton.;be approximately 28%at the Eells Hill facility. Growth transfer facility is located outside Shelton on Eells Hill Road. Material, in the 130ftir area and elsewhere in the County will continue to increase collected fron)the other smaller stations at Hoodsport.Union,and operatioml and capacity demands. driving the need for capital Belfair are transported to the Shelton facility.where�mrbalrc is jmpror cn)cutat _- Deleted:Mason County's solid waste program provides transfer and prOCCSSL'd Into C011ta1nCfS that are tillclCL'd t0 Ca'nt1'aha W/\. MaS0T1 disposal operations for solid waste at four transfer station locations.The largest transfer facility is located outside Shelton on County Garbage provides collectum services to Mason Count,, Figure 3. 022- 027¢¢olid Waste Ca ital Improvement rov_e_m_en_t Projects Eells Hill Road. Materials collected from the other smaller stations at Y - ------ Q- p Hoods port,Union,and Belfair are transported to the Shelton facility, residents and busn)esses and hauls to the l Ells T Till facility as well. i t" P From there,the material is trans or7ed via railroad to Roosevelt where garbage is processed into containers that are trucked to p I Centralia,WA.From there,the material is transported via railroad to Landfill in Klickitat County WA. Roosevelt Landfill in Klickitat County,WA. In addition to transfer and disposal of refuse,household recyclable materials are also accepted Household recyclable materials are also accepted at each tr211ti r I at each transfer station location. Mason County Garbage removes and disposes of these materials via our Blue Box Contract.Recyclables are Station location. Mason County Garbage removes and disp(���=U1 I taken to the regional facility with the most favorable commodity these materials via our`Blue Box"Contract Recvclables an rl kt r1 tf, prices.¶ the regional facility-with the most favorable commodity price. i Household hazardous wastes are collected by Mason County staff at the Shelton transfer facility.Residents in North Mason County ran .t take their hazardous wastes to the transfer station.This Household hazardous wastes are collected h%,Nlason Count-my staff at Mtsa t p County arrangement is established through inter-local agreement and Mason the tihelton transfer facility. Residents iil North.%Lion County can County pays approximately$60 per customer for collection and take their hazardous w rstes to the Kitsap Count'transfer,t.moii. Th, disposal of materials from residents who take their materials to the arran cement is established throu rh in a ,cement anti \Laois Kitsap County facility. Disposal of HHW is performed by several 1., different companies.¶ Comity 12Us approximately SO)1)(T cuafimcn'for a,llcrn(n and I .-Fv +.r :- The Shelton transfer facility is located at the former Mason County disposal of matetials from resided t8 wlI Cl ke their to Itc ilalo't talc' `.,r' ni Landfill.The current utility provides post-closure monitoring and RYaun 44 f,:nv Kitsap(bun facility lit Rio')1 f l I 11\\ is perfogwcd be r�'t=r,il gny��ynt6 a capital construction in support of the closed landfill, The Shelton ei facility receives wastes collected by private and municipal haulers m different co anics• r r,G ua v ).ra ry,, ei ¶ p ei operating inside Mason County.¶ mrgrcrraereaiG ^' ql Mason County has a Landfillf,li,surP erve Fund perStatt a%ci,. t m <objec0Gmwthin the Belfair arm and elsewhere in the County will - t ibmr.is,i,m, '11 continue to impact operations at these facilities and capacity ensure proper closure of the old landfill at'Fells i Till 1(,et-clo,,tire w ��t ° improvements may need to be addressed in the future.¶ monitoring and other activities are conplctc td final clo."urc tctivide's " Deleted:2oiv are mile vay. i ' Deleted:2o24 The county adopted the 2018 Comprehensivc'Solid(Fasts i Deleted:Mimicipal&Waste Management Management Plan prepared by the Solid Wastt \dt isory Conunitt' t... The Plan identifies"needs and opportunities"sever i of which have been addressed. The revised code of Washington RC'W 70.95 requires LAil d I;iLklirt h1menl Puvr 194L90 1 tra%t i he following pagesprovide details on specific projects proposed for the _- Deleted:The county will continue to review the feasibility of current capital facilities planning period. Project estimates range in "privatization"of the solid waste Operations the County manages. accuracy from + or—40% to + or—15%. Each project cost sheet identifies the accuracy of the estimated costs shown based on the following scale: • "Planning Level'—The least accurate of costs estimates,in the : 'am range of+ or—40%. Cost estimates at this level are usually ° . based on a project concept and some assessment of relative scale,or annual program amounts commensurate with a level of activity sufficient to accomplish the intent of the program over time. • "Design Report"—Moderate accuracy,in the range of+or— 30%. Based on design report evaluation of options and an assessment of project elements and associated costs. • "Engineer's Estimate"—Most accurate estimate,in the range of +or—15%. These estimates are based on a project design or significant completion of the design work. _ _ Deleted: —cage Brea' Cdo5i[el bdi ier L Law PutTr 20 o 90 i Deleted:¶ 2=----CAPITALIMPROVEMENI'PROGItAI` WORKSI-IEET 2019 DdeW PUBLIC WORKS-UTILITIES&WASTE MANAGEMENT 0 20`; Deleted:FACILITIES SOLID WASTE PROG Deleted:IAN A;; Fund: 402-Solid Waste w � ' Veat""�,_ Project Name: Eells Hill Transfer Station Improvements r Estimates: j2e51gr1 Repott _ `�q � "" -_-_. _.--_ _-' Deleted:Engineers Estimate --- - ----- -s ---- -- s -- - Description: This facility is the central hub for all waste,including hazardous waste,collected from other satellite transfer stations,and the City and Mason County Garbage before being exported for disposal. Projects include oving the tollhouse and scales,adding additional lanes for traffic and truck turning and storage areas,new or modified tipping building(s),improving household hazardous waste facilities.and developing i more efficient area for diversion of recyclable materials as well as installation of scale software,lights and reader,;-stemsy _- Commented[L54]:Update Jjustification: Safe at this facility as well as efficient handling of waste streams is a concern.As the County grows in population the transfer Deleted: This project will include moving the tollhouse and g P P scales,adding additional lanes for traffic and truck turning and station gets busier,requiring upgrades to maintain adequate capacity for the waste stream coming int - storage areas,new or modified tipping building(s),improving household hazardous waste facilities,and developing a more Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) efficient area for diversion of recyclable materials as well as installation of scale software,lights and reader systems.¶ =tiu s Resources 2022 2023 202,4 2025 2422 TOTAL ` Deleted:I Raves 25L) 300 `W 1,3N) (;rant In,in Revcnnc -�2fa1 ,�fltl Total Resources 250 300 C 00 5 5 Expenditures I II I\\ Iluil�lim. Im �ci mcnt< _S11 Ileev\ f�kllu�nment = 2L Nett'Transfer Station 1)«i;,n 31 a 1 _1111 S1 u 1 C.onatruc n,m 421() 4.50( Total Expenditures 250 300 4 M -S 300 ilall4nrk'lrtar lslemanl Pair 21 90 1 w// 2022-2027 CAPITAI,IMPROVI:NIEN f PROGRAM WORKSI1E I, PUBLIC WORKS-UTILITIES&WASTE AGEMENT SOLID WASIIE PROG1 ' 1.. Fund: 402-Solid Waste Project Name: Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plea. Fsrimates: Planning;Lcvcl Description: Justification: The revised code of Washington Rc_\V 70.95 rre um,s it plan review/update every five years.The current plan was adopted in 2018. Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Revenues/Resources 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 TOTAL (�r.uu;Ln.:n Itr�cnuc 50 50 Total Resources 100' Expenditures CSWAIP UP&II, I i u i WO Total Expenditures 1(N) 100 C.irfaG�l I inrk7re.r 1 iGmen/ 1'u;;�22 n 90 1>rd! i 2022-2027 CAPITAL,IMPROVh:MIiN'1'PROGRAM WORKSI IF.FT PUBLIC -UTILITIES&WASTE MANAGEMENT t�. SOLID WASft PROGIt 1 2 Fund: 402-Solid Waste Project Name: Belfair Transfer Station Site Improvements ` listimates: Planning Level a .v Desciipdon• Evaluate Belftir facility services growth. ftcilit� ncedS(current/proir ted),and summii6e recommended site improvements and estimated improvement cost. IuStifKatiOtl: Flow control and growth have increased the demand fm ,cry icc�in Bclftir. Rstimated Project Costs(in thousands) Revenues/Resources 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2Z TOTAL Rare 50 (�nuu LuauRrcenui Toml Resources @Q 59 1"NPM(litures hcllJir Transfer Stuinn Improvement Plan 50 50 Total Expenditures 50 50 Deleted:Revenues/Resources 13 (.alyla/I a,ililm� I a melll Psi 23 n %0 I>r1ll i PARKS AND TRAILS FACILITIES Figure 4.7022- ? Parks Trails&Recreation Capital Improvement Projects _- Deleted:zot9 r. --�Z---'---- -- System Description— Deleted:2024 Recreational opportunities in Mason County include parks for day-use activities and overnight camping, fresh and salt water -, Sunset Blurt Pmk areas for boating and other water sports;facilities and equipment ! san drop for sports and play activities; and wilderness areas and other open spaces for hiking,hunting,ORV use,and horseback riding„ Deleted:¶ Existing parks and recreation facilities in Mason County are F oot`'INs be available through a variety of public and private entities Federal Iter and state facilities include camping boating and day-use pazke r �~r,l,genal re Landing Harvey / Ally d ek Park The County-owned park system includes day-use and water,' ;Re.na9adP•ir sbn J ;1 load Park access facilities, sports fields, and related recreational areas. Miason Lake Other agencies providing park and recreational resources Union Boat Ramp /` Boat Launcn is l include municipalities,port districts,and public schools. Some Union private recreational facilities are open to the public as welly t��: _- _- Deleted:¶ Mason County adPlanh ' opted a Parks and Recreation in ��.`O 3." __ Deleted:ha. November of 2006,which was updated and adopted again in l 9 2013, and a Mason County Regional Trails Plan in March of \ 2008.The County is eurrenth in the proces>of dr tftin;a mast, Philips L ake Pads Parks.Recreation.Open tiptcC and]i ul (I'RCW�5 plan rha€v,-ill replace the 2013 Parks and Trails comprehensive flan. "lhl Pao f Oald are Bay __ Deleted:troth of th-c adol2ted plans are incorporated herein by reference. ;� Histodwl Park 4, ---- _- Deleted:!', ark County Park Facilities 1 crae�y P } N.hlker Park { The County currently manages 22 park properties in Mason County two of which are undeveloped, and four others have large portions that are also undeveloped. Of the developed parks, two are large baseball/softball complexes, six provide saltwater access parks,three are located on freshwater lakes,and three provide upland day use and recreation facilities(see Table C=uhrl d Iivi#lks 1:kment 1 24 o Drall i 5). In addition to the day use facilities, the County also owns and opened 2013.Both provide passive recreation,trails,water access and maintains one above-ground skate park.The conditions of these facilities other amenities. vary by location;however,significant investment in facilities has been made in the last six years from Real Estate Excise Tax proceeds(BEET 2) and grant proceeds from the Recreation and Conservation Office There are no facilities for overnight camping throughout the Mason (RCO). Future investments made from the REET 2 fund will be County Parks system.The last county-wide park plan was developed in dependent on actual tax proceeds and additional project funding(i.e. 1991 and subsequently updated as part of the 2016-2036 Comprehensive grants).The CJJP continues this trend of investment in park development _ p]an Update Camping_options will_he exa**�+nPd in the long term_--' Deleted:F and facility upgrades. The heavy use and demand from both county and :-'development plan being crafted for these and other park properties with non-County residents are particularly high during the spring, summer large portions of undeveloped land. and fall. Residents and non-residents have consistently rated trails and water Park visitation continues to either remain static or increase,depending access as the highest priorities in public outreach that has been done by on the park location. Mason County does not charge a use fee(except the County. I7he survey-conducted c_on_d_u_ct_ed_as art of the-Comprehensive rehensive Plan_ Deleted: at sports facilities and this has led to the increase in ark use. MCRn t y P J P ) P revealed the two highest public priorities are access to water and trails. Park is the highest used park with an average of about 140,000 visits per year and Sandhill Park also receives significant attendance with about 90,000 visits per year. The boat launches at Mason Lake and Latimers INVENTORY Landing are very popular with the boating public and are highly used. Both Boat launches have had extensive renovation work over the past 6 An inventory of all Mason County parks including federal,state,private, years. The remaining two boat launches at Union and Shorecrest<are and County-owned parks is listed in Table 5. Also included_ re the___- Deleted: unimproved,but are still used by the public extensively.Mason County number of acres and amenities available at each park location. also has a nice inventory of community parks with play equipment,picnic - - - __ DdeW:y facilities and other amenities, examples include Walker Park, Truman Glick Park,Union Park,Menards Landing,and Rendsland Park. Mason County Recreation Area,the largest baseball/softball complex has grown in use the last several years and is now recognized regionally as a preferred site for major tournaments. In 2012,two new synthetic turf infields opened and this has increased the interest in using the park for tournaments. The spike in fuel prices in 2008 and the global recession has also led to increased park use as people are staying closer to home to recreate.Oakland Bay Historic Park and Sunset Bluff View Park were C_i4ilal I inik'!ric Lkxlew Pagr 25 oL90 O wll Table 5. INVENTORY OF PARKS Deleted Name of Facility Acres Amenities Available Washington State Parks Belfair State Park 62.77 Camping.134 tent sites,47 utility sites,primitive sites,wheelchair accessible trails,trailer dump facility. Fudge Point at Harstine Island 136 Undeveloped Harstine Island State Park 310 Currently undeveloped. Future development plans include:day use area;walking/hiking trails;50 campsites. Hoodsport Trails 80 Natural area with trails. Hope Island 106 Undeveloped. Future development plans include:trails;picnic tables;rest rooms;6 to 8 campsites;group camping for 150 people.Washington Water'frails site. Camping.20 tent sites;group site formal.64 people,2 picnic shelters,facilities for handicapped, Janells Cove 42.6 wheelchair accessible trails,marine pump out station,2 docks providing 500 fit of moorage,14 mooring buoys. Fee required. Lake Isabella 193.75 Currently undeveloped.Future development plans include:full-service park,camping,picnic area, lakefront beach,and restrooms. Plans will be completed in the next 10 to 20 years. Lilliwaup Tide Land 1.79 Tidelands for public use. No facilities.Small shoulder area for parking. McMieken Island 11.45 Currently undeveloped. Boater destination;clamming. Plans to develop include:5 to 8 camping sites, composting toilet. Potlatch State Park 56.95 Camping:17 tent sites;18 utility sites;primitive sites.Underwater park,trailer dump facilities. Schafer State Park 119 Camping.47 tent sites,6 utility sites,primitive sites,day use group area,trailer dump facilities Squaxin Island 31.4 Closed indefinitely. Stretch Point 4.2 Natural area. Day use only;5 mooring buoys. No plans for future development. Twanoh State Park 182 Camping:30 tent sites,9 utility sites,primitive sites,handicapped facilities,and wheelchair accessible trails. Total 1201.91 Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife Aldrich Lake 0.5 Unpaved boat launch,parking for 15 vehicles. Benson Lake 78.8 Boat launch,beach access,parking for 100 vehicles. Cady Lake 1.6 Unpaved boat launch,parking for 10 vehicles. C4tilol I`adklier Lkmen/ 1'jjX 26 ol 90 r; Clara Lake 9 Unpaved boat launch,parking for 30 vehicles. Devereaux Lake 1.3 Boat launch,beach access,parking for 40 vehicles. Haven Lake 4.1 Unpaved boat launch,parking for 50 vehicles. Island Lake access 1 Freshwater boat launch,toilets. Isabella Lake 1.6 Boat launch,parking for 20 vehicles. Lake Kokanee 44 Boat Iaunch,parking for 100 vehicles. Lake Limerick 0.5 Boat launch,beach access,parking for 30 vehicles. Lost Lake 1.3 Boat launch,parking for 40 vehicles. Lake Nahwatzel 2.0 Boat launch,parking for 10 vehicles,toilets Maggie Lake 0.4 Unpaved boat launch,parking for 15 vehicles. Mason Lake Boat launch,parking for 30 vehicles. Panhandle Lake 20 Undeveloped. Panther Lake 3.8 Unpaved boat launch,parking for 30 vehicles. Phillips Lake 1 Boat launch,beach access,parking for 40 vehicles. Pricket Lake 0.5 Unpaved boat launch,parking for 30 vehicles. Skokomish River 64 30.6 feet of riverfront,shore access,parking for 20 vehicles. Spencer Lake 2 Boat launch,beach access,parking for 50 vehicles. Tahuya River 2.9 4,400 feet of riverfront,parking for 10 vehicles. Tee Lake 3.6 Unpaved boat launch,parking for 20 vehicles. Twin Lake 3.6 Unpaved boarlaunch,parking for 15 vehicles. Union River 01.9 8,098 feet of riverfront,parking for 10 vehicles. Victor access to North Bac 5 Boat launch,pit toilets Wildberry Lake 10 Undeveloped. Wooten Lake 1 Unpaved boat launch,parking for 60 vehicles. Total 320.8 Washington State Department of Natural Resources Aldrich Lake Camp =24 1,700 ft waterfront,hand boat launch,4 picnic tables,4 campsites,toilets,drinking water,lake stocked with trout,parking for 16 vehicles. Camp Pond Day use only Cqpilal I t/i7l!(lP.t 1.Amea( 1',�27 0 90 Ihuf( Camp Spillman =10 800 ft waterfront,6 campsites,4 group sites,toilets,drinking water. Elfendahl Pass Staging Area 5 11 picnic sites,self-contained RVs okay,toilets,drinking water Howell Lake 3 group sites,10 campsites,hand boat launch,toilets,drinking water,parking for 20 vehicles. Kammenga Canyon 2 campsites,toilets Mission Creek Trailhead 1 Parking for trail access Robbins Lake 1.1 175 ft waterfront,hand boat launch,3 picnic tables,toilets.Day use only. Tahuya River Horse Camp =12 1,600 ft waterfront,9 campsites,2 group sites,toilets,drinking water,20 horse corrals. Toonerville 5.7 570 ft waterfront,4 campsites,2 picnic sites,toilets. Twin Lakes 6 camp sites,3 picnic sites,toilets,hand boat launch. Lake is stocked with trout. Melbourne Lake setting,1,000 feet waterfront,5 campsites,toilets. Lilliwaup 7 Stream setting,500 feet waterfront,13 campsites,toilets,drinking water. Public Tidelands#24 Water access only. Public Tidelands#33 Water access only. Public Tidelands#34 Water access only. Public Tidelands#43 Road access,clamming. Public Tidelands#44 a,b Road access,clamming,crab pot fishing. Public Tidelands#46 Water access only,clamming,oysters,shrimp pot fishing. Public Tidelands#47 Water access only,clamming,oysters. Public Tidelands#48 \Cher acces nly,clamming,oysters Eagle Creek Recreational Road access,clamming,crabbing. Tidelands Rendsland Creek Tidelands Road access,clamming. Total =65.8 United States Forest Service Big Creek Campground ifs Ill I;ni&ins I:4w1oll 1 u 28 0 96 1 tr.r Rrm%n Creek Campground 6 78 camp sites,toilets. Hamma Hamma Campground 5 Picnic area,12 campsites. Lena Creek Campground Lower Lena Lake Campground 6 Hike-in only,40 camp sites,pit toilets. Upper Lena Lake Campground 7 Hike-in only,14 camp sites,pit toilets. Total 24 City of Shelton Parks and Recreation Department Brewer Park 0.3 Picnic tables,mature vegetation Callanan Park 6.9 Ball field,play equipment,restroom,natural area,basketball court Northcliff Neighborhood Park 1.75 Undeveloped site Huff and Puff Trail 1.8 2 miles of jogging trail on watershed Kneeland Park 3.9 Large play structure,picnic areas,restroom,horseshoes,open play area,landscaping,off leash Johnson Park 0.5 Basketball court,mature trees I oop Field Ball field,athletic Field,play structure,restroom,picnic shelter (h erlook Park 1.L3 1 Iistoric marker overlooking dove mown&mills Post Office Park .07 Vogtlin-Angle Park 1.0 Shelton Point/SR3 Entry 6.0 Skate Park .68 11 al-v L',ground ramps in Shelton Catalyst Park I.r Pine Street Boat Launch 0.4 Unimproved boat launch site on Oakland Bay Sixth Street Park .1 I Picnic shelter,barbecues,creek I.agle Point 8.0 Ravenna Trail .5 Shelton Creek Trail .7 (4fi4i/14igiazi�tc Lk-mew Pa2c 29—ol',90 I)tali Brockdale Road&spring Road— .66 pedestrian path North 131h Street—pedestrian .3 path Total 40.27 Port of Dewatto Port of Dewatto Campground 1 Camping.11 with hook-ups,19 tent sites;2 rest rooms;nature/hiking trails;23 picnic tables;two picnic shelters;,1 kitchen;fishing. Future plans to add more stoves and picnic tables,and to place gravel around kitchen. Fee required. Port of Shelton Sanderson Field 1,170 Flying: 5,000 feet of runway,tie downs,skydiving;rifle club;model aircraft society. Future plans to provide increased hangar availability. Oakland Bay Marina Boat moorage,boat pump out Total 1170 Port of Allyn Waterfront Park in Allyn 3 400 feet waterfront,moorage,dock(for up to 15 boats),picnic,gazebo,parking for 20 vehicles. Office building planned.Boat pump out Kayak Park .3 150 feet waterfront,small parking lot,picnic tables,portable toilet facilities. North Shore Ramp Be]fair/North 1.'_ 150 feet waterfront,boat launch with floating dock,beach access,parking for 20 vehicles with trailers. Shore Boa hump out. Port of Hoodsport Ingvald Gronvold Waterfront _ 1>�,ck,saltwater beach access,tidelands,2 portable rest rooms. Park Port of Grapeview Fair IIarbor Marina 5 Boat launch and parking area C_ani!�l I i71741tr l ilrmcn1 Pa e 30( 90 Mason County Latimer's Landing overflow 2.5 Primary use is to provide parking for neighboring Latimer's Landing,parking for 20 vehicles. parking area Foothills Park 80 1 field which serves as a multiuse field;basketball court rest rooms;children's play area;picnic tables; parking for 50 vehicles. I larvey Rendsland Diggs Lake 8 Currently undeveloped;1,905 feet waterfront.To include parking area for five vehicles,picnic area and vault toilet. Latimer's Landing(Water) 3.00 Saltwater access boat launch for vessels no longer than 20 feet,parking for 35 vehicles,portable toilet, boat dock;additional parking available at neighboring Latimer's Landing overflow parking area.Renovated in 2008. Mason County Recreation Area 40 7 baseball/softball fields which also serve as soccer and football fields;children's play area,bleachers, (MCRA Sport) maintenance shop,user's storage facility-,seasonal concession stand,4 batting cage;parking for 100 vehicles. This facility serves as the headquarters for the Mason County Parks Department. Fee required for scheduled field use. Mason Lake Park(Water) 17.36 Renovated in 2011. 1.36 acres currently in use;freshwater access/boat launch for small watercraft,dock, play area,rest rooms,4 picnic table;parking for maximum of 50 vehicles. The County owns 12 unused acres that can be used for expansion of the park(possible trails,picnic area,and remote camping area). Phillips Lake County Park(Picnic) 0.4 Passive day use area,picnic area,located nest to State of Washington Boat Launch with vault type toilets. Sandhill Park(Sport) 30 7 baseball/softball fields,one multiuse field,bleachers;parking is available for 100+vehicles;concession- restroom building;4 fields and parking renovated in 2006;walking path around park. Jacoby Park(Water) 2.8 320 feet waterfront,boat launch for vessels no longer than 16 feet,saltwater beach access,3 picnic tables. Truman Glick Memorial Park 35.46 Natural setting,creek,trails,picnic tables,covered group shelter,barbecue pit,vault toilets,RV area,and (Picnic) children's play area. Future improvements include:possible construction of group camping area and interpretive signagc along trails. Union Community Park(Picnic) 1.92 Picnic shelter,children's play area;small baseball diamond,basketball court;rest rooms. Union Boat Ramp(Water) 0.16 Boat ramp for access to Hood Canal,portable toilets,limited parking. I Iunter Park .5 2 picnic tables,bus shelter Walker Park(Water) 5.04 Saltwater access to Hammersley Inlet,gravel beach,picnic tables,barbecues,rest rooms,shelter,children's play area,interpretive center providing marine information;parking for 15 vehicles. (;Olt/h'ealirr lilrmrn/ Parr 31 oL'90 Ihull Oakland Bay County Park 80 Habitat preservation area and education center Opened in 2012,includes interpretation areas,trails,picnic opportunities,parking,two vault toilets and improved access road. Sunset Bluff Park 36 36 acres of undeveloped property with 1500 feet of waterfront on Oakland Bay.Plans include beach access,trails,picnic area,water access,small parking area and vault toilet. Watson Wildwood View 36 Undeveloped Menards Landing Park 8 Recently transferred from the Port of Tahuya to County. Parks provides beach access,picnic areas, gazebo,portable toilet,access to DNR tidelands,small boat launch for kayaks and canoes;7 acres undeveloped Ilarstine Island 6.9 Undeveloped Decker Creek Preserve 500 Open Space/Natural area Coulter Creek Natural Area 55 Tidelands,natural area,passive recreation.Opened in 2012 and includes parking for 6 vehicles,vault toilet, wildlife viewing,water access improved entry path. Total 949.58 Mason County Public Schools Belfair Elementary Playground. Sandhill Elementary Playground. Ilood Canal School 2 baseball backstops,I football field,bleachers,playground,track,parking for 30 vehicles. Oakland Bay Junior High t Olympic Middle School Hawkins Middle School Pioneer Primary 2 b:t�cball backnops,covered play area,playground. Pioneer Intermediate Grapeview Elementary Playground Southside School 1 baseball backstop. Bordeaux Elementary football field,soccer field,playground,track. 1?vergreen Elementary Playground. \louniain V'icv% ISlementary 5 baseball backstops,football Geld,soccer field,play;r�>und. I _0j&1 Hniklies 1,kmenl J jgee 32-j490 Shelton 1 ligh School 6 tennis courts,2 baseball backstops,football field,soccer field,bleachers,2 swimming pools,track,rest rooms. Mary M.Knight District 2 baseball backstops,1 football field,bleachers,playground. North Mason High School 2 baseball backstops,2 tennis courts,football field,soccer field,bleachers,playground,track Private Facilities Open to the Public Theler Center 135 Wetlands interpretive trails Shelton/South Mason Soccer 14 6 soccer fields,1 under development Park Glen Ayr Canal Resort 10 Adult-only RV park with hookups;no tent camping,motel,2 rest rooms,2 showers,laundry facility, saltwater boat launch,beach access,tidelands,spa,fishing,clamming,oysters,dock. Lake Nahwatzel Resort 2 Camping.12 utility sites,5 sites without hookups;2 rest rooms,2 showers,boat launch,freshwater beach access,nature/lulcing trails,8 picnic tables,restaurant,fishing,swimming,cabins. Little Spencer RV Park Minerva Beach RV Resort and 20 Camping.23 sites without hookups,50 sites with hookups;5 rest rooms,6 showers,laundry facilities,boat Mobile Village launch,saltwater beach access,60 picnic tables,driving range,scuba dive center. Rest-A-While RV Park and 15 Saltwater boat launch,moorage,dock,70-80 camp sites with hookups(may be used for RVs or tents),4 Marina rest rooms;4 showers,laundry facilities,beach access,clamming,oysters,fishing,boat rentals,nature trail, 60 picnic tables,2'covered picnic areas with kitchen,concession stand. Future improvements include easier access to marina,and boat fuel. Union Marina Boat pump out;moorage Total 196 Other Olympic National Park-Staircase Picnic area,50 campsites,parking for 60 vehicles. Campground Skokomish Saltwater Park ;bipicnic tables,rest rooms,saltwater boat launch,saltwater beach access. Mike's Beach Resort Boat launch,SCUBA diving,cabins,camping,beach access for guests Robin I rood Village 16 RV sites,cabins,camping,beach access for guests Co&d I-ini&ieo Lkmenl Pare 33-496 Drat i Squaxin Island Arcadia Point Boat .34 Launch COUNTY TOTAL 3963.21 (.4ilalI-ildAulir.f U-Menl PrTr34490 Ihul[ 2M-;ZCAPI'I'AL IMPRQ\TMLN'W ROGRAM WORKSHEET Deleted:1-- 019 ------------------------------ - -- ,PARKS&TRAILS DEPARTMENT. ----- ---------------------------------- ``. Deleted:2024-- Deleted:recn.rrns Fund Name: REET 2 Capital Improvement Pro P P gnL--------- --- ------------------------------- Deleted:PLAN Project Name: Sunset Bluff Park Development Deleted:FACILMES, ------ ----- - ------------------------------ Estimates: Construction Level Deleted:¶ - -- - --- i�: -- Deleted: Description: Develop 35 acre park along Oakland Bay with beach access,trail development ari gr passive recreation opportunities.Main Deleted:¶ 4mprovements to include improved entry road,formal_parking,beach access,andpt cilities---------------------- Deleted: --- i JJustifications: Coup Parks and Recreation Plan laced high priority on water/beach access and trail development Deleted:¶ County P g P tY P •------------------- Deleted: Estimated Project Costs"(in thousands) Deleted: Expenditures 2022 2023 2024 205 2020 2027 Total 2022 ... 14 Planwag and ILsien _3 Deleted: ¶ \aluisuinn � 1'reliminan I(n};1u•crine >;u Prcl)A I'iiliti�>i AV'ell (_mstruclinn I:nyjtic,—crine (,wilt, inn 165 I65 Total Costs 198 3`$ RelcnucS/Rcsnurces In I lokisc 198 1 Wicr Crane, Lny s Total Funding 19 r TJ�� 198 (_gtaal I a,i ie-1 ik•menl L fir 35 a 96 13ru1! i ; 27 CAPITAL Ih4PROVl:h11.,.XU tOCR_1n1 WORKSHEET -------- ----------------- - Deleted:20 l o BARKS&TRAILS DEPARTME. ---------------------- Deleted:_o2a Deleted:r.\clt.mrs Fund Name: REET 2 Capital Improvement Program .. Project Name: Watson Wildwood County Park Deleted:Pi Deleted:FACILITIES, Estimates: PlanningLeve ____ __- ______ -- ¶----------- ------ Deleted: -------- Description: Scope of this project includes planning/design and development services.Phase one is a master plan for the Park.Phase 2 would include development of a parking area,restroom,trails,and passive recreation.Park is 35 acres and was donated to the County. Development would provide infrastructure for public access _- Deleted:¶ Justifications: There is no current master plan of record for this park site and it is the only County Park between Allyn and the Pierce County border.Site also has potential as a trailhead for a Regional Trail in the areal - Deleted:¶ Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Eroenditures 2022 2023 2024 2025 22026 2027 Total Planning,Design ------ r5f, __- Deleted:43 Site Prep&Utilities/Well Deleted:33 Construction Engineering Construction 278 279 Deleted:: Total Costs,_...------------ _.-------- y -- Deleted: . ,Revenues/Resources -- --- --- -- -- -- __ ....._._.. __.._ - - Deleted.43 .. . In House Deleted:Funding Sources: Grants 278 ��� Deleted:43 Loans Deleted:43 Total un i :._ - �-- Deleted:Funding: Deleted:43 ` Deleted:43 (.4ilal 14niklio I ikvienl Purr 36 gL90 1?iu%l -022_2027 CAPITAL IMPROVEMEN'L',PROGRAM WORKSHEET ----------------------------- - - Deleted:2019-2024 PARKS&TRAILS DEPARTME ' ---------- --------------------------------- ��� � Deleted:F'ACIId•1'IE.S Deleted:PLAN .i ` __.,....__.. Fund Name: REET 2 Capital Improvement Program,_ ;. .: Deleted:FACILITIES, Project Name: SW Area Park Study—Truman Glick Improvements Deleted: ---------------------- 1µ -= Deleted: Estimates: Planning Construction Leveh - ---------------------- Deleted: Description: This project includes planning/design,development and construction services.To include development of�rails,si ar and ___ Deleted: ,basketball/gickleball court, Deleted: Justifications: There is no current plan of record for this park site.Site also has potential as a traithead for a Regional Trail in the area. Deleted: ■---- ---------------------------- Deleted: Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) - Ewe�diuvcs 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 Total Planning,Design (fit �_ Deleted: Site Prep&Utilities/Well Construction Engineering Construction ,�l� - - - - __ _ 3,t1� - Ddeted:143 Total Costs, __-_ ___ a _ _ _ s s_ .__ _-v y x u .- Deleted:143 ____ ,Revenues/Resources - Deleted:: In House .6 -_..- ____. - --_ _--, •.;:_. •\ Deleted:143 Grants Deleted:199 Loans �� Deleted:Funding Sources: Total ndin 36 36 �-.--h - --.- --� .:.::. ..::..::: .._ .-- --- __�,..u� -_-s�_.:.� _ _ —�,_ Deleted:143 - �` Deleted:199 Deleted:Finding: Deleted:143 Deleted:199 Cuhi/d!14�ik'uc I:lemen/ La 37,qL90 D1ul! i 0?7 CAPI_I"AL IMPItOVEMEN'�,PROGIZ WORKSI IEET ----------------------------------- - �'ARKS&TRAILS DEPARTME 1, Deleted:2019 -------------------- ------ ---- Deleted:20°-1 1 Fund Name: REST 2 Capital Improvement ProgrartLg Deleted:P'.�ACII,TTTP,S- r, ---- \ Deleted:PLAN Project Name: Sandhill Park Renovatioq_ _..:_ -_._ _ - ------------------------ Deleted:FACILITIES, Estimates: Construction Levu ` ------- - _-,_ --------------------------- Deleted:¶ Description: Scope of this project includes planning/design and development services to complete the renovation of Sandhill Park.Main Deleted:¶ work would includersgnthctic football,fidd,11(A 11h.n nroond,mainn Hance shon.:utd'. t fi tht�nft - ------ -�` Deleted:¶ Deleted:the renovation of fields#1 and#2 Justifications: This project is fisted as a high priority in the County Parks and Recreation Plan.Addition of new_equipment to existindli ,- Deleted:New backstops,ADA access,irrigation,and complete field renovation would be included.¶ Deleted:Plan recommended improving existing facilities v ' .x.. before developing new facilities. Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) • - .« »:. _ - -- Deleted:¶ Expe11 cc,tavcs 2022 2023 2024 2025 2326 2027 Total Planni,ig.Dctii n .�5 v, 526 i2(, Deleted:¶ Siic Prc1'&Ciliiics/\C�'cll 20I8 .. 15 11 f,r�ttctru�tii�t:nt�irlrcr'i� I,,tr� (_nnslrucliun 1798 -1798 Total Costs 5324 5 Revenues/Res)urces U rani s 4798 4798 Liam Total Funding 5324 5324 Cirfil,il I;i,i&ie.r hknran/ 'a;�r 384L90 Diull ;qZCAPITAL INIIIIZO\'I-.NIL,�N'I;JIIZO(-,ItANI WOIZY_SIIEET - ------ ---- --------------------------- ------------- - -- --- Deleted:_IW,) ,P TRAILS DEPARTME, -- ------------------------------- Deleted:-ma Fund Name: REET 2 Capital Improvement PfogfarrL 4 Deleted:1:\('IT.TTIFS ---------- !Project Name: Harvey Rendsland County - ------------------------------------ Park Planning and I niptovernents, Deleted:i,i. ---------------------- Deleted:FACILITIES, Estimates: Planning and Construction Levels ----------------------------- - Deleted:I e Description: Would involve completing a park plan to facilitate public access to the park and e development of a parking area,picnic Deleted: facility,and passive recreation and support facilities, ---------------------- Depleted:T Deleted:I Justifications: This Park was donated to Mason County in 2007 by Washington State Parks.It provides water access to Diggs Lake.Water access is the top priority in the County Parks and Recreation Plan.Additional developed park space is needed on the Tahuya Peninsula. Deleted:I Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Expenditures 2022 2023 2 2025 2026 2027 Total Planning and Design 30 _30 Site Prep&Utilities/Well Construction Engineering Deleted:276 Construction 159 Deleted:276 Total Costs, Y'. Deleted: 'R C N-c I I I I C!, —IC so r c Deleted:276 In House Deleted:276 Grants Deleted:Funding Sources: r "0. AN Vii Loans Deleted:276 Total Funding T------ ------M.- ------ --------- Deleted:276 Deleted: Deleted:276 Deleted:276 (.4tilal 1"I'mill Pa 394L90, i '02'_-.2027 CAPITAL IMI']ZO\'�h4F?N- --------------------------------------------- Deleted:)ROGLUNI WORKSIIEET ------ 2019 'ARKS&TRAILS DEPARTME ------------------- ---------------------------------- Deleted:2m-a Deleted:FACILITIFS Fund Name: REET 2 Capital Improvement Program -_- -- -- -- ------ --------- Project Name: Phillips Lake County Parise ' Deleted:r> ----- ------- ------------------------ Deleted:FACILITIES, Estimates: Construction LeveL________________ a��------- ---.-. ---------------------- Deleted:¶ Description: Scope of this project includes basic park improvements, including park amenities such as tree removal,picnic tables,park Deleted: benches,trash containers,and signage,c Deleted:9 Deleted: --- ¶ Justifications: This is a small and cost effective project cor3sistent with goals in the Comprehensive Plant -------------- Deleted:¶----- Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Expendititrey 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 Total Plannii 4--Design Site Prep&Utilities/Well Construction Engineering Construction 1 1 10 — __-- Deleted:to Total Cost.. . . 10 ._.___._.. .. -.._... _-. ....__ .._...._.__ _._..... r_. -: - _.,. - .-: .. .::. - :... .... ..: ,.... _..._:,= Deleted:: cvenues Resources - Deleted:to In House 10 10 -- -.-.-. __.- _--___ __ Deleted:Funding Sources: Grants Deleted:to Loans Total Funding 10 _ Deleted: - - ------- -- � Deleted:10 i!<i!I it i&ies 1:1"menl Purse 40_490 IbuR ' �027 CAPITAL IMPROVLn11 N'L'�'ROG,RAM WORKSIIEET Deleted:2019...022-2024...027 CAPITAL BARKS&TRAILS DEPARTME __ _____________________________ IMPRO ENIF-NTFACILMES...PL.L.�: 16 Deleted:FACHMES, Deleted: Fund Name: REET 2 Capital Improvement Pro Deleted:¶ P P grant---- -- -- --------------------------------- Deleted: Project Name: Oakland Bay County Parr n ' ¶ - --- --- ------ ----------------- ,' Deleted:Project scope would involve a two-phase / development program for the park The first phase would Estimates: Planning Leve�.......... �� --------------- ---- � concentrate on public access facilities,the entry road,parking area,restrooms,and signage.The second phase would Description: The Oakland Bay property was purchased jointly by the County an4'the Capitol Land Tmst.Thi,Project would concentrate on concentrate on trail development,environmental edu .. r171 interpretive trail,environmental education facilities,mid intt�rurctatiye dismays-- Deleted:¶ 18 _- _________-____._______-_.J ... Justifications: Project listed in the County Parks and Recreation Plan as a high priority for implementation. Deleted:84 Deleted:489 ----------- ----- J '' Deleted:590 Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Deleted:1079 ' v Expenditures 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 Total h�/ Deleted: Planning and Design 63 ,�_ n„ Deleted:489 Site Prep&Utilities/Well ni it Deleted:s90 Construction Engineering d ;' Deleted:1163 Construction i I(. �( „1 r/ Deleted:Funding Sources: Total Costs,...._._ : a w m.m - �, .-n m m..-x m,m.a m-. .,_, - , . t ..m.r... �`s" Deleted:244 / ,Revenues/Resources - __ ._.__.._ __ __ _ -- . _.- .---.. __ Deleted:295 In IIousc 316 3 f -... .. _..... --_...__ .....__-.. . ............._.- . _. _-.._._.,_�'.._''-- Deleted:602 Grants .__._._.. .._._._ .._- ------ _ _....._...___..._.._ ._.._._ .._... .... ....... .... : .. - Deleted:245 Loans Deleted:29, Total Funding; _ ._.-. ._-. .. _._.._.• 379 �37tr_ Deleted:561 Deleted:: Deleted:489 Deleted:590 Deleted:1163 a/wal 1 I:Iemenl Ila 41 0 90 Ura/! i ' 2027 CAPITAL IMl'ROVEMEN'IJIROC1tAAI WORKSIIEE'I' - --------------------------------- JPAW&TRAILS DEPARTMENT Deleted:loin - --------------- ----------------------- Deleted:-,o^_a AM Fund Name: REET 2 Capital Improvement Program - Deleted:r•.�Cll.[I n s Project Name: Menards Landing County Parr - Deleted:PLAN .wa; T__--- ------------------------ Deleted:FACIIIT'IES, Estimates: Construction Level Deleted:¶ Description: This park was transferred from the Port of Tahuya to Mason County in 2006 Project scope includes improvements that would Deleted:¶ incorporate ADA access improvements,new picnic facilities,non-motorized watercraft launch site,and new park amenities such Deleted:¶ as park benches and garbage cans, _. Deleted:¶ justifications: Project listed in the County Parks and]Zecreation Plan as a priority for implementation. ---------------- -- Deleted: ¶ ----------------------- - Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Expenditures 2022 2023 2024 ZM 2026 2027 Total Planning and Design Cho ! Site Prep&Utilities/Well Construction Engineering Construction 3 12 112-f--=_..-.- Deleted:112 Total Costs _- _._._314_.__.-...._ .,. - Deleted:: ,RetcnucsjR".'ources Deleted:112 In House a-_ Deleted:Funding Sources: Grants - - _ Deleted:56 Loan" Deleted:56 Total Funding, 3?l - Deleted:: Deleted:112 (.toilad l4ni&ier lilenenl /1W 42_aL90 Dail! 20 ZCAPITAL IMPROVEMENJ�tPR()G1tAM WORKSIIEE`1' _ --- ----------- - ------------------------ �. Deleted: i9 'ARKS&TRAILS DEPARTME. T ' Deleted:2m--4 \ Deleted:FACILITIESFund Name: REET 2 Capital Improvement PrograttL --- --- ------------ i Deleted.IT\\ Project Name: Mason County Recreation Area(MCRA)Imp, 'w, ---- ---- --------- ----- -\\\\ Deleted:FACILITIES, Estimates: Construction Level --------------- - ------ ---- ------ ----- ---- ------- Deleted.� Description: Project scope would involve needed renovations and improvements;o MCRA Par c improvcmcnts include:new field lights. Deleted:9 restroom renovation.new bleachers_play eduipnn•nt surf t ng Halt.scoreboards concession building.Projects include Deleted:11 restroom-concession building,padki g and master plannin,,i Deleted:The improvements include:new field lights, --- --- .._._..... ... . ....... .....— restroom renovation,irrigation improvements,drainage jt listed in the C Parks Recreation Plan for implementation upgrades,new office,new bleachers,play equipment Justifications: Pro 1ec County s an ecreaton surfacing,asphalt,scoreboards,and concession building. Projects include outfield irrigation,restroom-concession building,fights on fields 2 and 3,parking and master planning.¶ Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Deleted'¶ Expenditures 2022 2023 2024 2025 Total Deleted:Zoo aac+u a na a ar n n yc ury, - ar; s ,a" X. • MAW i Planning and DCSi�tl ^° odrca r s`� x }I f $'� _ N.,° ,. _,.9. fie :200 Site Prep&Utilities/Well Deleted:472 Construction Engineering Deleted:1492 Construction tL 034 Deleted:: Total Cost. ..�Z „„ „ -_„ .,„ „ „, _ m __.._ .. . . .... ...._. ... _....... ..._.. __ _ _. _ - _ ,: . .. .1�Z .v-'�- Deleted:an 'R_evu ieJRcsources Deleted:1892 In House r_... Deleted:Funding Sources: Grants 8417 843 Deleted:472 Loans Deleted:1192 Total Funding,, $437 6R � - -- - ----- - Deleted:Tao Deleted: �\ Deleted:an Deleted:1892 Liefile/I4nililir.r 1arnxn/ Yfl. 43j�90 1>rul[ 'Q� 2' 027 CAPITALJMPRO\'EMEN'1-JP12O(;It_%iNt WORKSHEE'I' - �ARKS&TRAILS DEPARTMENT Deleted:201 ------------------- ------------------------------- -------- Deleted:2m 1 ` Deleted:EACiLMES Fund Name: REET 2 Capital Improvement PrograrrL Project Name: Mason Lake Boat Launch RenovatiotL- Deleted:PLAN - ________ ------------------- Deleted:FACILMES, Estimates: Planning and Construction Level Deleted ¶ :.m- - - ----------------- - : Description: Renovation of restroom facility,play equipment,picnic shcltc� Deleted:¶ ------ ------ --------------- Deleted:¶ Justifications: Original building from 1970's needs ADA upgradest _--, \` Deleted:¶ Deleted:n -' Deleted:I Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) n Expenditures 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 Total Preliminary Engineering n re . _ , w 6' s e a r`.. ra Site Prep&Utilities/Well Construction Engineering, _. a a _ as+r Construction 165 � _ Deleted:273 Total Costa-- T - - - -- -------- - --- =<._- Deleted: ,Revenues/Resources \` Deleted:273 In House 206 �tH _�:"._ Deleted:Funding Sources: Grants Deleted:200 Loans \ Deleted:73 Total Funding 206 _ Deleted:: Deleted:273 C4LLil Lziiklies 1 kila / 11 44-490 1)14 ''�,2027 CAPPl'AL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM WORKSI IEE'1; Deleted:2ot9...0zz-202a...027 cnP[T_u ARKS&TRAILS DEPARTME l%n'R(YVEMENT PROGRAM WORI�SIIEETCAPITAL ___ FAC11.1TTFS PLAN WORKSHEET ...rig Deleted:FACILITIES,...ARKS&TRAILS J, DEPARTMENTPARKS&TRAILS DEPARTME 20 Deleted:¶ Fund Name: REET 2 Capital Improvement PrograrrL __ '------- ----- Deleted: Project Name: Jacoby Park(Shorecrest)Improvements, �< Deleted: - ¶ --- Estimates: Planning and Construction Level Deleted:,including a boat launch,dock and pier... 21 ----- ---------------- Deleted:¶ r Description: Project scope would involve implementation of Park Improvement Plan based on Park Site Plan developed in 2008. Deleted:200 Improvements would provide more amenities at the park than what currently exists %rr Del :200 Justifications: Project listed in the County Parks and Recreation Plan for implementation. i ;, Deleted:99 «' Deleted:99 Deleted:1003 r Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) a If' Deleted:1003 o,�'r Expenditures 2022 2023 2024 2025 2020 2027 Total r/rr Deleted:: Planningand yI �' I1�'r Deleted:$n .�. v. .�.; .. c_... .._.. .._. .,_ �-?a Site Prep&Utilities/Well 1k, Deleted:1003 Construction Engineering .. T ,r t u,' Deleted:1302 - _ __. r r,,, Construction -I65 +�6-5 !p„ Deleted:Finding Sources: Total Cosh _._ �. �._ :.z ece _x. Deleted:l GG nue f Rcsourctes Deleted:752 In House . 93MR, -- -- --- - �; , =- Deleted:918 Grants . 65 !La -,;-- Deleted:133 Loans Deleted:2., Total Funding 558 Deleted:384 Deleted:: Deleted:299 Deleted:10o3 Deleted:1302 (.uN6'rl I ieililie, 1'ug45qj'90 Ihul! i 20221--M27.CAPITAL.IMPROVEMENT PROGRAnI WORKSI IEEE -------------------------- ---- -------------- - Deleted:l9 XARKSA TRAILS DEPART E a--------------------------- Deleted:24 a \� Deleted:CAPITAL FACILITIES PLAN WORKSI IEEI' Fund Name: REET 2 Capital Improvement PrograrrL --} Deleted:FACILITIES, Protect Name: Foothills County Parl+< i( ``?;, VDeleted:1 ted:PARES&TRAILS DEPARTMENT ------ 2`�, -- ------------------------- - :¶ Estimates: Construction Leve). -----. .. - --- -------- -- Description: This park serves the Hoodsport area as the primary Community Park and has ay area,basketball court,restroom building :¶ and open field area. Improvements would involve addition of amenities to improve the user experience;this would include picnic facilities,ADA improvements,signage,and renovation of the existing turf.There have been suggestions to locate an off- leash dog park at this site,but no formal action has been undertaken to accomplish that t __- Deleted:I Justifications: Project listed in the County Parks and Recreation Plan. , Deleted: ¶ Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Expenditures 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 Total Planning and Design 118 13f3 Site Prep&Utilities/Well Deleted:250 Construction Engineering Deleted:317 Construction • 711 - I I Deleted:s: Total Cost- Deleted:zso Revenues/Resources Deleted:317 In House J38 Deleted:Funding Sources: Grants 711 Z . Deleted:250 Loans Deleted:317 Total Funding ----------------- ___• 849 � - Deleted:: Deleted:250 Deleted:317 ('at l r/141,ililies 1!Irmew Puvr 46-490 Ibull i 2022ii2O27 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT 'ROGlt4N WORKSIIEE"I' ------------- .._ ..,�._.. .. - ------ ------------------------ Deleted:tg ARKS&TRAILS DEPARTMENT ---------------- -- -------- -- Deleted:2m-a ` Deleted:FACILITIES Fund Name: REET 2 Capital Improvement Prograrrl_ -_-------__- Project Name: Coulter Creek Park Development Deleted:PLAN -------------- Deleted:FACILITIES, Estimates: Construction Leve 1--------------_ �. tDeleted: Deleted: Description: Develop additional waterfront property and to develop trail network and board ed:¶ justifications: Waterfront ark land and trails were rated hr*hest nonry m the Coun Parks and ¶ P l p ty RecfCation Plan. ed:ll ._ -- ---- ----- ------- Deleted: ¶ Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Expenditures 2022 2023 2024 2025 20226 2027 Total Acquisition Site Prep&Utilities/Well Construction Engineering 309 St.) Construction 15 1u 1„i40 Deleted:376 Total Costs 1848 ,�4"$_: Deleted: revenues Res source 1 - �------- Deleted:376 In I louse 224 ^4 ` �.--..-_ Deleted:Funding Sources: Grants 924 .=I Deleted:18s Loans Deleted:tas Total Funding, Deleted:: Deleted:376 Deleted:9 L oilril Ltaklms 1 homey/ P1%r 47_gL90 014 i Ems- 02 CAPITALdh1PROVENIEN-1-JIMC,ItAbI WORKSIIEET ------------------------- ,JP &TRAILS DEPARTME Deleted:tore ------------------- ---------------- Deleted:2m_a Deleted:1;Val.lTms Fund Name: REET 2 Capital Improvement Programt 3 z ` Deleted:hl.:AA Troject Name:------ Walker Park Imp rovement�--------- ---------- -- ------------------------- }; Deleted:FACILITIES, Estimates: Construction Level Deleted:¶ Description: ADA upkiades.picnic shelter,basketball/picklcb..ill court ,\ Deleted:¶ -- Deleted:¶ Justifications: Picnic shelter and other improvements consistent with the County Parks and Reerea 'Plan, --------- Deleted:Restroom renovation,ADA upgrades.¶ Deleted:¶ Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Expenditures 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 Total Preliminary Engineering 207 207 Site Prep&Utilities/Well Construction Engineering Construction 1015 l i�:u DeleW:723 Total Cosh... .._ .. .12.42, ......_.. ... - - - _.. _ :„ -- Deleted:: evenucs/Resources Deleted:723 In House 021 ,�2 Deleted:Funding Sources: Grants 621 621 Deleted: -23 I.,oans -- Total Funding 1242 __ _- Deleted:: ` Deleted:723 C.apal l I4nrklrr 1 S!•snen! PJ,,g^r 48490 Qtg8 7 CAPITALIMI'RO h1 VEh'N"1',1'120G12AA4 WORKSHE ' ----- ----------- ------ SIE'I ------------------- -c,; Deleted:2019 'ARKS&TRAILS DEPARTMENT ------- ------------------------------ Deleted:2024 Deleted:F\CILITIPS Fund Name: REET 2 Capital Improvement Program Project Name: North Bay Trail Project Deleted:PLAIN • �^ Deleted:FAC=IES, Estimates: Construction Uve).................- ____- ------ -----_ _______----__ d ___ Deleted: Description: Pathway connecting Port of Allyn with Coulter Creek Park.A concept plan has b completed investigating how a non- motorized pathway could be built along the County Road Right of Way to connect tli ?oft of Allyn Park with Coulter Creek Park to the tip of Case Inlet.The first phase would be just over two miles long.This trail could also be the beginning of a larger trail network connecting Allyn with Belfair.The County Trails Fund,administered by Public Works could be one of the primary funding sources for this project.State grant funding is another possibility.The addition of trails and water access were high priorities in the recent parks plan and this project would provide both a trail and access to waterv_ __ Deleted:9 Justifications: High priority project iron,1, t11 the 2006 Park Plan and 2008 County Regional Trails Plan and the 2013 Parks&Trails Comprehensive Plan. Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Esrenditurcs 2022 2023 2M 2025 2020 2027 Total Preliminary Engineering ._ ___ _.-_---_-__ _ __ .__....._.__ .. __.....`)5 __. .. 95.. ._-- Deleted:95 Site Prep&Utilities/Well Construction Engineering 25_ -_--.__ _.95 _-- Deleted:95 Construction . 845 845 Deleted:g45 Total Cosh 1035 Deleted.. - . - . �2evenucs Resources ____ Deleted:1035 In I-louse 1035 _-_l03$ Deleted:Funding Sources: Grants Deleted:lo35 lAaris n 2r s,lk. c ;z��Qla l &a 4rg8g.,. a� k :u�� ...' ay.. . ... Total Funding, 1035 1035 Deleted:: Deleted:1035 C.it il�rl I4nifilio!:Amen/ Pa4e 4q a 90 1.)rul! -02?-;QZ- PI'I'AL1h11'ROV1i�11:N'1' 'ROG1tA�i WORKSHEET Deleted: ni, ------- ----------- ------------------------------------- - ,PAR"TRAILS DEPARTME Deleted:i v ij,i'i'ii, Fund Name: REET 1 Capital Improvement Progtdtty >, --------------------------- Deleted: ---- -- Project Name: Trails Development and Shelton to Belfair Trail Program, - Deleted:FACILITIES, Estimates: Construction Levey. - Deleted:¶ - ------------- Deleted:¶ Description: Trail development program for Mason County Deleted:¶ 'Justifications: Begin Implementation of a trail development program as per the County Regional Trails Plan. Deleted:¶ Deleted: ¶ 22 •----- -... ------------------------ Deleted:to6 r Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Deleted:2350 Expenditures 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2022 2028 Total Deleted:5o Planning and Design ;r, Deleted'2600 Site Prep&Utilities/Well r`'i, Deleted: Construction Engineering ',-s"' Deleted:2350 Construction 35) 51 " °i Deleted DUI) � _ :50 ._..-.. .._... .. — J u Total Costs, •,.:. _. . .. : .. .. 50 �I�►..P; Deleted:2706 12c�'en tics/Rcsotnccs Deleted:Funding Sources: In Ilousc Deleted:1200 Grants 1150 1150 Deleted:50 l oans Deleted:1556 Total Funding 2.�0 So 2 Deleted:1150 Deleted:: Deleted:2350 . Deleted:50 Deleted:2706 -- Deleted:9 C_4l:elrill4niklier Lk•niew I rLlf50-OL90 1)ruR ' ?027 CAPITALJMPItOVEMEN'I'J'ROCRAII WOItKSIIN:F1' -- ---- ---------- - ----- - - - - --- -- ,P &TRAILS DEPARTME Deleted:2otg ------------------- ------------------------------- Deleted:2024 , Deleted:FACII.1P11-,.S Fund Name: REET 2 Capital Improvement PrograrrL........ " Deleted:PLAN Project Name: Union Park Improvements. . --- -- - Estimates: Construction Leve \ Deleted:FACILITIES, �� 1---------------- :: --- -------------- -------------------------- Deleted:¶ Description: J�;park and ADA upgradest - � � Deleted: ',mow.---- -,--------------- ---- Deleted:¶ Justifications: New or renovated restroom and ADA4 6provements. Deleted;Rrnovate restroom, Deleted:¶ - Deleted: Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Expenditures 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 Total Preliminary Engineering 3357 i37 Site Prep&Utilities/Well Construction Engineering Construction IG.tG 1CF�f;G _ - Deleted:587 Total Cosh 20 •? ' :.- - Deleted: J2cvenucs/Resources - -------------- --- .__ Deleted:587 In House �.a3�a��g#�` ^r M.I.,29 L .` ;�J..e L3 r Deleted:Funding Source Other \ Deleted:770 Gnints ;�,�,€si ; Deleted:147 I.n:uic Total Funding, 2023 Deleted: Deleted:587 Ca4i1,1I i<i4w,I;knnn/ 1 4 59_490 brill 2027 CAPITALIMPRO\'EMEN'i' 'ItQGRMNI WORKSI IEE'l' _ F- _------------------`----------------- --- c Deleted:2019- FARKS&TRAILS DEPARTME.,T 33 Al Deleted:.i Deleted:I:.\C:ILITIRS Fund Name: REET 2 Capital Improvement Program b + ------------- Project Name: North Mason School District Football-Soccer F3 Id ILenovatiork' a Deleted:P1.kN Deleted:FACILMES, Estimates: Construction Level --------------- --- ---------- --, Deleted:ll Description: Partner with NM Mason School District to renovate one football.soccer field moely the main stadium field.Community Deleted:9 use would be allowed when school district is not using the facility, 'z w Deleted:9 --- -' Deleted:¶ Justifications: Need for community soccer-football field in North Mason County as identified in the County Parks and Recreation Plan. Deleted:¶ Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Expenditures 2022 2023 2024 2025 2020 2027 2028 Total Preliminary Engineering Site Prep&Utilities/Well Construction Engineering Construction 1001) 1000 Total Cost �� 1000 __ Deleted: _ � y _.- _.. .. -- -- -- - Funding Source In House `91 ��r s '.°... a o.tom.:.,. ..._. a. ... Other ° >...<.. _...a &,d MRtt .1.§ �r GMnts 9 MMc s aW, a�mx' sE �E� xxa Sa,....,,A. ���� 1000 Loans Total Funding, 1000 —_ _-_ I � Deleted: CA�ilal I'ndk7ier f hmal 1'a"e 52of90 014%! i ''022- 027 CAPI'I'ALIMPROVEb1EN1' 'ROGRA,�1 WORKSIIEE'1' Deleted:2019 BARKS&TRAILS DEPARTME. T ------------- Deleted:2024 `< ` ` Deleted:FACIi.T'i'TFS Fund Name: REET 2 Capital Improvement PrograrrL Project Name: Water Spray Park Development: ---- Deleted-PLAN -__ --_- -_ -- -- ---- -- Deleted:FACILrnEs, Estimates: Construction Levey, ----------- ' ------------- --------- -------------- - Deleted:¶ Description: Develop a water spray park in Shelton Area of Mason bounty and in Belfatr Area of Mason County;_ Deleted:¶ -_.... - .... _� Deleted:¶ Justifications: Consistent with the County Parks and Recreation Plan. Deleted: "-- Deleted:¶ Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Expenditures 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 Total Preliminary Engineering .. ... .v. r, _ I.,,... 9Ea 90 Site Prep&Utilities/Well lit 150 Construction Engineering 50 50 Construction 800 800 Total Costs, 142Q 1090 Deleted:: .Revenues/Resources -. .. . _ _ _. -.... -_ - Deleted:Funding Source In House 545 545 Other Grants 545 Loans Total Funding 1 __ _ 1090: _ Deleted: 090 - ----------------- - Ty '" Deleted:¶ Calyol I,dyklio l ik•nient I'/z 53-gL90 1)?gli i '0 .I- 2 CAPI'I'ALIMPROVEME'N'1'I'ltOG1tAM WORKSIIEET PARKS&TRAILS DEPARTMENT Deleted:2oi,i t . t Deleted:2W_4 Deleted:F:1CIL.ITTFS Fund Name: REET 2 Capital Improvement Prograrra_ Project Name: Belfarr Skate Parr Deleted:PLAN _ -------- - Deleted:11 Estimates: Construction Level ------------- ----- .------ ------- Deleted: Description: Skate Park for Mason Coun%_ Deleted:¶ Deleted:¶ Justifications: Consistent with the County Parks and Recreation Plan Deleted:¶ 1 Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) rxpcnditures 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2 28 Total Preliminary Engineering ,55 55 Deleted;55 Site Prep&Utilities/Well . .._... _... _ _ --. _ - - _... -... _ _ -I.i-' 132.....___ Deleted:132 Construction Engineering ___ >__ 3 83..__- Deleted:83 Construction 31)6 396 Del ed:396 Total Cosh - - - -- . 660 666 Deleted: ,13evenues/Resources - Deleted:666 In I-louse 333 e.__. ...... ............ .._._. ....-.-.. ....--....._ .._._..... - - -.-.-_ Deleted:Funding Source Other Grants _ __ _------ 3�3 - --- 33.3 Deleted:333_ Loans Deleted:333 Total Funding,__________ s...m.. s--„m4 __ 666 _ Deleted:: Deleted:666 C.unild I;aiklies laemenl 11(e 540('90 01r1/1 i '1022- 027 CAPITAL Ml'RO\'l MIN"1' '1ZOG1211A4 WOItKSII��� Deleted:2ul': o ,PARKS_&TRAILS DEPARTME --------------------------------- `; --- \. Deleted:2024 -. �` Fund Name: REET 2 Capital Improvement Program, - ,1 f __`' _________,--._- Deleted:PLAN Project Name: Latimer's Landing Boat Ramp, ------ ---------------------------- \� Deleted:FACILITIES, Estimates: Construction Level � �. fie ° ----- ---- ---- - ------ -- ------------ -- --- Deleted:¶ Description: Scope of this project includes platmin g/{, design and` opmcr> enovatc tlht �ing County Boat Ramp floats and install Deleted:¶ Security Ilighting, ; " __ ----- ,m? ---- --- ------ -- .''-------------------------- Deleted:Scope of this project includes planning/design and `m development to renovate the existing County Boat Ramp in Justifications: Project listed as a high priority in the County Parks and Recreation Plan.Project would enhance water access and boating. Union on Hood Canal.¶ Deleted:¶ ------------------------------' ¶ 23 Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Deleted:35 Expenditures 2022 2023 20241 2025 2020 2027 Total Deleted:60 Planning,Design 11 Deleted:142 Site Prep&Utilities/Well Deleted:260 Construction Engineering Deleted:TOTAL COSTS Construction 51)9 - - ') i , Deleted:: l� oral aster 680- ----- -- ----------- ------_. Deleted:177 ,Revenues/Resources Deleted:320 In House 690 _ x. `` Deleted:Funding Sources: Grants . -- -------- ------------------------ .. Deleted:133 -L- �,=yr, Loans `\ Deleted:205 Total Funding 66 6 LO Deleted:44 :. Deleted:115 Deleted:OTAL FUNDING: Deleted:177 ` Deleted:320 (_will!tinililrr.r Isl=111 111;;L55 o 90 Otu%l i ;QZ2- 02-CAPPJ'ALJMPROVEnIENTJ1ROGRAAt WORKSIIEE'I' -------------- ARI{S&TRAILS DEPARTMENT c` Deleted:zoi� ---------------------------------- - Deleted:2o24 Deleted:Fnctt.mrs Fund Name: REET 2 Capital Improvement Program, , Project Name: Union Street Ends Park at Orre Noble% Deleted:n Deleted:FACILITIES, Estimates: Construction Engineering Leve� ________ .. ... �. Deleted:¶ Description: There are four street ends in the Union area that citizens are interested in converting to small water access pocket parks.These Deleted:¶ sites can also facilitate access from water to lands well for kay — akers and canoes.These sites could enhance the Cascadia Marine Deleted: -- _ . -- ---------- ---- --- Trail.The plan is to begin workingon the Orre Nobles site -' Deleted: ,. Deleted: Justifications: County Parks and Recreation Plan placed high priority on water/beach access and trail development.Union Improvement Club supports this project as well. ------------ -------- - Deleted: Estimated Project Costs(in thousand. _. Deleted:., Expenditures 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 Total Preliminary l'msineerinc Sitc h-co&lllilirics/ t:r,nsJryrctinn l�'.nf_InC� a 5 \<ll��i<itiim Total Costs 5 Revenues/Resources In I louse, 5 5 l Wier Grants I,i rans Total Funding s _ € _ 1 5 Li il,J I a,ifilk,I ilmirnl Pa%e 56 o L90 Ibuli - -- ------- ------------------------------------------ C U-N-TY---A--N-D--A-D--MIN--ISTRATI-------V-E--BUILDIN--------GS administrative offices are,the 3,d&Pine building(the Sheriff Office), O- Deleted: F241 ------------------------------andPublicWorkscampus---------------------------- Deleted:- • ---------------------------------- ----------------------------------- System Description Moved down[3]:"1'aG&G.Summary ofAdminittrorion Sties Mason County owns several buildings,most of which are located in the 1,a c i 1 i t ,Needs Deleted:T bl,6.Summary ofAdminirrrorw,,S rs 2 City of Shelton, the county seat.These buildings are used to support Mason County has conducted an assessment of the condition of all general County functions such as internal management,health,public county owned buildings and facilities titled, "Mason County Existing service, and general administration. Other buildings owned by the County include Memorial Hall, the two buildings Facilities Assessment." The facilities assessment completed looked at existing County Buildings,recommends improvements,and provides a house the Mason County Sheriff, the Public Workss Campus and the Pine Street that' maintenance plan or maintenance assessment for the next 6 to 12 years. Belfair Public Works Shop.Table 6 describes these sites. Additionally,Mason County completed a Special Needs Assessment and Memorial Hall and the two buildings on Pine Street are located in Shelton,a few blocks from the main campus area. The Public Works Campus Master Plan.Some facilities are in need of additional space,such as the courthouse and the jail.There is an immediate need for additional campus is located about 4 miles north of Shelton,on the northwest side of Highway 101. The Belfair Public Works Shop is situated on the north courtroom space. shore of Hood Canal about 3 miles from Belfair. _Table 6.Bumm:tr-AAdmitustration Sites Moved(insertion)[3] Inventory Mason County's administrative offices and"departments housed in the tihclton Ca±nnus t 3�$4 buildings are listed in Table 7.=Also provided is a summary of current office area allocations for the County departments and departmental \(cmorial 1 Lill 1�75 functions. 13elfair_Pliblic_\F�'orks('amnus 3 QQ 14 p \'xks(-ams us 53M 40 Most of the County's administrative offices are located in the Shelton Campus, a four-square block section of the downtown area. At this 3rd&11u1c 11ron`'rtc' r 11 location,the County operates from 23 publicly owned buildings.These include the Courthouse,Jail,Juvenile Detention Facility, Building I, Building II,Building III,Building IV,Building V,Building VI,Building VII, Building VIII, Building IX and Btulding X. Other_county Deleted d C('ahilal I i1,idlier li/emenl Paer 57 n 0 i Many of the buildings and facilities are FfTD-','prirnary eted:¶ more than 30 years of age or older and there Table 7.Mason County Space Needs Update-Area Projections for primary space needs le 7.Mason County Space Needs Update-Area Pmiecdone apace needs 26 is deferred maintenance including roofs, Department Current(sq.ft.) Projected(sq.ft.) mechanical systems, electrical systems, Allocation Need Deficit Deficit 2022 need windows, and other components of each Assessor 2,520 4,440 1,920 73% 4,440 building. If an active program is not Auditor 3,407 4,074 667 20% 4,518 implemented soon, Mason County could 'Treasurer 2,481 2,442 None 1,998 expect to experience multiple building Budget and Finance/ 210 444 234 111% 666 failings at or about the same time,causing Risk Management financial hardship to the County. I Iuman Resources Facilities and Grounds 215 444 229 109% 666 ER&R Services 2,508 3,500 992 40% 6,500 Based on the "Space Standards Manual' County Commissioners published by the State of Washington Central Operations 2,199 1,832 None 2,276 Department of General Administration, Clerk 2,307 3,398 1,091 47% 4,892 250 square feet are needed per employee. District Court 1,318 3,508 2,190 166% 5,728 In addition,certain governmental functions Superior Court 2,925 7,664 4,739 162% 13,162 have special requirements for facilities, ProbationServices _4,964 12,40D_ __]436 ___ 150% ._. 21,200 Deleted: Juvenile Detention/ 4,745 4,608 None 5,496 Alternatives to Detention Sheriff 3,408 9,400 5,992 176% 15,000 Adult Detention/ 19,315 63,000 43,685 226% 76,600 Alternatives to Detention Prosecutor 3,533 4,468 935 26% 5,406 Coroner 294 744 450 153% 2,188 Community Development 3,681 5,550 1,869 51% 7,104 Utilities and 635 1,554 919 145% 3,330 Waste Management Public Health Services 3,555 8,992 5,437 153% 14,098 Parks and Trails 1,094 1,554 460 42% 1,998 WSU MC I?xtension 2,377 4,330 1,953 82% 5,218 11 Total 73,153 164,346 91,736 125% 222,484 L"t/l i,i#li,I:hmen/ ------ Deleted:¶ 3022-,29 7 CAPITAL1hIPliO\'Ia`[I;N'I'PROGRAM WORKSIIEE'I' FACILITIE$r-DEPARTMENT 2079 --------- ---------------------------------- Deleted:2024 Deleted:FACILITIES --------------- Deleted:r! Fund Name: REET 1 Capital Improvement ProgrartL_---------` MDeleted:j rnitxs&'PRATES Project Name: Building#1 Improvements,_ 1Ag _------- ------ ----------------------�,Estimates: Construction Level ---- -- -- ---- - ------- ----------------- --- Description: HVA new window ut1 rovements Ind various 1 ements er facilities a ent _- Deleted:,proximity hardware C'' ---------p- G. --- - --'- ---- -- ? Deleted:and Justifications: Mason County Existing Facilities.\s,essmcn� ------------ ---- ----- --- - --- - Deleted:¶ Deleted:¶ 9 Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) E-xptn(F es 2022 2023 2924 W5 x26 2027 Total Preliminary Planning Site Prep&Utilities/Well Construction Engineering Construction 3 5' 54 22 2,1 _- Deleted:410 — Total Cosh -- -- -- - - 3 52 - 54 --22 23-- — :,.:< Deleted: eRgvenucs/Resources _... .. - _ _....-_.. ------. . Deleted:410 In House 3 52 51 '2 23 1r S4 — .. feted:Funding Source Other e` Deleted:410 Grants Loax N 23 Total Funding,. - ................................... ...... .52 54 �2 ..__.. __... .._< Deleted:: Deleted:410 (_ahllal I iniklies I ilrmynl Pa.r 59-OL90 Ibvf! i F4— ' 22- 027 CAPIIALJMPRO\'I aI1 G N'1' 'ROR --AM WOltKSIIEEI' ,- ------------- ------ ----- -- ----------------------------- FACILITIE DEPARTMENT Deleted:2ol� Deleted:2024 ` Deleted:FACILITIES Fund Name: REET 1 Capital Improvement Pro P P grL---------- --- ----------- -------------- s. Deleted:PLAN Project Name: Building#2 ImP rovement�- -------- _____________._________________ Deleted:,PARKS&TRAITS 1 - ------ Estimates: Construction Level ---- ----- --------------- Deleted,¶ Description:, Various improvements as per facilities assessmentr Deleted:eDeleted:°¶ - -------- Deleted: ---- Deleted:¶ Justifications: Mason County Existing Facilities Assessment Deleted:New Carpet and Paint building improvements as per \ facilities assessment... Deleted:¶ Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) ENL- ditures 2022 2023 2024 2025 2 2027 Total Preliminary Planning Site Prep&Utilities/Well Construction Engineering Construction ia 12 ��1 __-- Deleted:22 Total Cost 3 6 12 1 �, -. �-:.-_<-- Deleted: ,Rev cmtes/Resources In House 3 6 I- FJ.-_ Deleted:Funding Source Other Wm A w Deleted:22 Grants Loans ._ .'77" �, <a °. ,..,.•;' Total Funding, -------------3--- ----------- -- --------1i 12 �_-_<- Deleted:: — ----- - --- Deleted:22 � �alwal f a,ilNir,I ikmo// 1'i-c 60 o L90 i 22-20'7('i\PI'1'ALIMPRO\'I?\ll?N'l' 'ROGItAM WORKSIiEET - ��� FACILITIES,DEPARTMEnI.,-------------------------------- Deleted:2019 - Deleted:24 Deleted:t:ACil.tTlas Fund Name: REET 1 Capital Improvement ProgrartL � --- ---- ---- ---- Project Name: Building#3 Improvements, Deleted:PLAry _of P � -- ----- ---- �--- Deleted:,PARRS&TRAILS Estimates: Construction Leve l................ -- -- - -- --- --- ---- - Deleted: Deleted: Description: HVAC,pnd Various building improvementsas per facilities assessment ¶ Deleted:¶ Justifications: Mason County Existing Facilities Assessment Deli: Deleted:¶ ---'- Deleted:¶ Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Exoenditures 2022 2023 2025 2026 20227 Total Preliminary Planning Site Prep&Utilities/Well Construction Engineering Construction 3 79 �h Deleted:fie` ---- _ Total Costs 3 78 40 22 6 ,49 Deleted:: ,Revenues/Resources -- Deleted:113 In Mouse 3 78 -10 22 G 19 — �..... Deleted:Funding Source Other Deleted:113 Grants Loans Total Funding .. - ... -_ .. .._ 3 78_ 40 _22 6 Deleted: ._ . .... .._... ...-....... .._ ....... ..-.. ------- Deleted:113 Deleted:I (e�llihll I inililier Ilk•)71anl Pucr 61 of 90 I)n1h i 2_ 027 CAPITALIMI RO\h'hI> N 1 PROGRADI WORK------------------------------ Deleted: FACILITIE DEPARTMENT c Deleted:2oi i ---------- ---------------------------------- ` Deleted:°tr_a a ` , Fund Name: BEET 1 Capital Improvement Pro Deleted:F.\Cu.rrrr Deleted:PLAN Project Name: Building#4 Improvements, ---- --- t � � Deleted:,PARKS&TRAILS Estimates: Construction Level - �' ----- --------- � �-- -----_ �` - — - -- ------ Deleted:¶ Description: HVAC�rtd Various buildingimprovements as peraes assessTent Deleted: Deleted:¶ Justifications: Mason County Existing Facilities A ant Deleted: S >, Deleted:¶ ---------------------- ----- ._:_ -- .. .-... ...... - - -- - Deleted: 11 Estimated Project Coss(in thousands y"'Expenditures ?A32 ?OY3 2024 ZOZ6 fig? nt 1'nlh11in,trc Plannily Sitc 1'r4P&Utilities/Well (.nnsrr ICliun I(rnImccrinu Construction I 2; j Total Costs 3 22 23 48 Revenues/Resaurccs In hone, i 21 23 48 Other Grante Loan, Total Funding 3 22 23 48 (.4&,l K,illia Lk,,l Pater 62 o 90 114 i ----------------------------------------------------- ----------- ------------------------------------------------------------- Deleted:¶ Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) 2022-2027 CAPTTAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM WORKSHEET Deli:¶ 2022 27 FACILITIES DEPARTMENT Deleted:¶ Fund Name: REF7 1 Capital Improvement Prolnam Project Name: Building#5 Improvements 1?stimatcs: Construction Lewl Description: Various building improvements as her f.whries assessment Justifications: Mason County Existing Facilities Estimated Project Costs On thousands Exnenditu a � � ; 2022 2_0233 2024 2025 2020 2027 Total I'r�l.imm�vc 1'Luntirn - tiir�tsh ti(hil_{ics!\�'cll �.m;l ruc�im '.n-incrin: 3 22 24 51 Total Costs 3 22 2-1 2 51 Revenues/Resources InIlease 3 22 24 2 51 <�itier mints laran�. Total Funding 3 22 2A 2 C_gtilal h;niklies I k-menl Pare 634L90 Orali i ----- --_-_ 2022-2027 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM WORKSI IEHT Deleted:—rage Break FACILITIES DEPARTME T. 2019-2024 CAPITAL FACu,M&SPLALNWoxxsllE IJ Deleted:FACILITIES,PARKS&'TRAILS DF.PAR1'\fENT1 ---------------------------------------- -------'S.', ---_---_-----------_----_------------ i, an w..: d Name: ----- REET 1-Capital Improvement Program __- Deleted:¶ Project Name: Building#6 Improvements .. ` Deleted:¶ ' ---- t.: -------------------- ------------- Deleted:--- ---- --- ---- Deleted:¶ Estimates: Construction L.eveL ---- Deleted:1 Description: Vario 94 mg improvements as pet facilities assessment _-____-____ Deleted:V,. Justifications: Mason County Existing Facilities Assessment Deleted:ou Deleted:¶ ---------------------------.-...- -. _ _ -- --- - Deleted:1 Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Expenditures 2022 2023 7026 202 Total Preliminary Planning Site Prep&Utilities/Well Construction Engineering Construction 34 14 -4 `x�r_.._-- Deleted:18 Total.Costs, 3 M i4 • ,�-- Deleted:: 'Revenues/Resaurces Deleted:18 --------- ------ ------ -------------------—----- In I louse 3 3-1 L4 d �55._ Deleted:Funding Source Other - Deleted:is Grants Loans Total Funding..... . 3 34 14 � _ _ Deleted: Deleted:18 _- Deleted:9 L ilal hiiisifte I Injew Parr 64 ol'90 Ibali i 'F22_-20?7 CAPII'ALIMPROVEMEN'1'�'ROGItANI WORKSIIEET _- Deleted:2019 FACILITIE DEPARTMENT D `2024 ----------A --------------------------------- Deleted:FACILIIJ S Deleted:11I..\N Deleted:,PARKS TRAILS Fund Name: REET 1 Capital Improvement Prograrti __ Deleted:¶ Project Name: Building#7 Improvements _ Deleted:¶ > - ----------------------------------— Estimates: Construction Level _- Deleted:l Description: Various building improvements as er facilities assessment, ""'> _- Deleted: 1+� ---- _improvements - - --- -- ----------------------- justifications: Mason County Existing Facilities Assessment Deleted:¶ _ Deleted:I Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Expenditures 2022 2023 202_4 2025 2026 2_027 2QL8 Total Prelim nary Planning Site Prep&Utilities/Well Construction Engineering Construction 100 2 12 _4_ __ Deleted:56 Total Costs too 2 12 J-14 __- Deleted:: - evcnues/Resources Deleted:56 In House 100 2 12 I� _ �__ Deleted:Funding so—«e Other Deleted:56 Grants Loans Total Funding 100 2 12 1 Deleted: Deleted:56 ------------------------------------------- --- Deleted:¶ Ctt il,tl FndkYler I;Irmen/ 1'u�r 65�90 i �023-�027 CAPI'1'11L�hIl'KOV'I h{I?N7'�'ROG1tAM WORICSII KiI __________ FACILITIE4DEPARTMENT p Deleted:2019 ` Deleted:2024 Deleted:FACILITIES Fund Name: REET 1 Capital Improvement Prograrr>. 4dl -' Project Name: Building#8 Improvementi � ------ --------------- \ ` kDeleted: PLAt ------ Estimates: Construction Levu >�. ¶ ---- ---- --- ------------- - -- ---- ------------- �' PARKS&TRAILS Description: Various buildinjgtprovements as per facilities assessment - \ `\;Justifications: Mason County Existing Facilities Assessmen; Deleted:Various Deleted:¶ Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Deleted:¶ Sxpenditnres ss ,v;r x9 2022 2023 oil ? = 20 .. ' 52 ? Z Total .. Preliminary Planning Site Prep&Utilities/Well Construction Engineering Construction 3 I7 �fi5 4G 3G7 ` ,,._.._„..-. Deleted:297 Total Costs, 3 47 265 46 �361 _ Deleted:: ;1,tevenues/Resources Deleted:297 In House i 'I% Y6 1, :361. Deleted:Funding Source Other Deleted:297 Grants ilf Of IMF,' Loans Total Funding --------------- ---------------3 47.... -...._.._._ 265 4( -------------'W-_`--' Deleted:: .. - ---- - --- — -- - .._ ... - ---- ---- - -- - - Deleted:297 -- --------- Deleted:¶ Gila!K7(id ies l ikmenl Parr 66 n'90 127W8 i ?E 02a 2027 CAPITALd NI l'KO\'I�;Al l?N'I'J'RO(i I(:\\f WOR.KSHEET FACILITIES,DEPARTMENT Deleted:2nio - - ---------------------------------- -- J Deleted:2024 Deleted:F\CII.ITIFS Fund Name: REET 1 Capital Improvement Prograrr� - rok -- ----------- - - -- Project Name: Building#9 Improvements ` � u, Deleted:t't._� ........ ------- ��' - --------------------------- Deleted :,PARKS&TRAILS Estimates: Construction Leve)................. p� ;¶ -------------------------- Deleted: Description: Various building improvements as per facilities assessment;i ¶ ------- ----- — .-.......... Deleted: Justifications: Mason County Existing Facilities Assessment Deleted:¶ ----------------------------..._ --- ------- ------- Deleted:¶ Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Expenditures 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2202_7 Total Preliminary Planning Site Prep&Utilities/Well Construction Engineering 9 ---'- --- Deleted:_� Construction I 35 1= h Deleted:t w Total Costs 35 12 .}S - -- Deleted: Revenues/Resources Deleted:26 In House li 12 Ig ` Deleted:llo Other Grants Deleted:Funding Source ... ._. .,.... .. . . ��, ,z,. .. Deleted:26 Loans Total Funding 35 12 =-_�8_ Deleted:110 - �.- Deleted:: Deleted:26 Deleted:110 (_ie ibd 14aik'!ie 1,knie l 1uWr67 90 Uiul! i '�- CAPI1'ALIMPROVE'MEN'I' 'ROGRAM WORKSIIEET �Q 2027 ------ ----------------------------------- - — ------------- FACILITIE DEPARTMENT, Deleted:2nio Deleted:_u^i b ;> Fund Name: REET 1 Capital Improvement PrograztL... ...... a Deleted:eVal.n'trts Project Name: Mason County Jail Improvement Deleted:i>i.nx s ---- r:.h --------- --------- ------------------ Deleted:,PARKS&TRAITS Estimates: Construction Levek ter. ................ :.-------------- -- Deleted: ---------- Description: Various butldtng improvements as per facilities assessmen( Deleted:�I -- ---------- z Deleted:9 Jjustifications: Mason County Existing Facilities Assessment Vey tY g Deleted:Various Deleted: i Deleted:-1 Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Expenditures buWk , 2022 2023 2024 2015 ZUZb 2027 Total Preliminary Planning Site Prep&Utilities/Well . `T' H N I I. 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Deleted:¶ Justifications: Mason County Existing Facilities As A i gnt Deleted:Various ,. Deleted:,unmediate goal is development of another courtroom and ` relocate Clerk. Deleted:¶ Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Fxvn n i arcs 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 Total Prelirninan Planning . -- Deleted:too Site Prep&Utilities/Well Construction Engineering Deleted:335 Construction 3 52 964 Z ^ ' ._...._--''_56 - ----> �_,'-- Deleted:2444 Total Costs, 52 864 7 56 - __.... . .. . ...... .._ .. -'�----------—- ------ ---------�---- Deleted:: Rc n n cucvjResoucs - --- ----2�- -. Deleted:325 In House - 52 464 7 56 299 - 1. —1 Deleted:2s44 Other v Deleted:Funding Source Grants ` Deleted:325 Loans Total Funding, �3 53 804 Deleted:z54a 7 56 ---------------- 2t- Y-- Deleted: Deleted:325 Deleted:2544 CCgtj d hadi[rrr 1,,kmen/ Parr 69_ 0 Dra/l i '02n2027 CAPITALJhIPROVh;hII:N'1'PROG1t1A1 WORKSHEET --------- - ---- - --- --------------------------------- FACILITIE$'DEPARTMENT = Deleted:2019 --------- ---------------------- Deleted:2o2-a Deleted:FACILITIES Fund Name: REET 1 Capital Improvement Progratt>, a . Project Name: Juvenile Detention Improvements * Deleted:I LAN - -- - Deleted: PARKS&TRAILS Estimates: Construction Level_ Deleted:¶ ---- - -Description: Variousbuildin im rovements as er facilities asse t Deleted:¶ P - - g--p------- p- � --- ----------- ---- ......._ . r x g Deleted:¶ Saw r7; Justifications: Mason County Existing Facilities Assessment s I. Deleted:various Deleted:11 - Deleted:¶ Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Expenditures sa d;: 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 Total Preliminary Planning Site Prep&Utilities/Well Construction Engineering Construction 116 12 --- . ..__- Deleted:I s� Total Costs, 116 12 ¢ �131 _ Deleted: tyenues/Resources Deleted:154 In IIouse 116 12 6 i 4 .�--...._ Deleted:Funding Source Other ` Deleted:154 Grants Loans _. Total Funding 116 12 6 34 _ Deleted:: Deleted:154 S;gLL1I/Iild' ie.,Lkneal 704L90 i 202'-20"CAP1_1'ALJMPROVEh1EN'1',PROCRAM W( SHEET -- R ----------------------------- ' r Deleted:19 FACILITIES,DEPARTMENT ' ------------------- -. Deleted:24 \ Deleted:r-\cu.rt'ma Fun Name: RE 1 Capital Improvement Pr gr __ ---------------------------------- Deleted:PLANProlect Name: Sheriffs Office Improvements -- ' --- Deleted:,PARKS&TRAILS m Estimates: Planningand Construction Leve e 1_ Deleted: --- ----------------------------- \ Description: Variou*building improvements as per facilities asscssmenl Deleted: - --- -- - ---- ------ Justifications: Mason County Existing Facilities Assessment Deleted: Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Expenditures 2022 2023 2� 20225 20_¢ 2� Total Preliminary Planning Site Prep&Utilities/Well Deleted:31 Construction Engineering ,� Deleted:383 Construction . .__ ........__..__._....._ _-.__._....- Deleted: Total Costs, 13 12 175 2.3 12 ,035 - - Deleted: ;; InIlnue------ ---- ' In I louse I3 .�1 175 33 1_ .(is---� Deleted. m,dmgSourcc Other Deleted: Grants Deleted: Loans Total Funding, 13 d12 Deleted: - -- -- — ---�-5-- --- - 23 12 �35 .' . . Deleted:33 ------._..__._...__.........._.__....----------- ---------------------- '--------------------- -. Deleted:383 Deleted: LgLi d/I'ilii li'.�Lhwen/ 111^e 71 a 0 2_ 027 CAI IIALJMI Ito\I M N'1'J'IZOGRAM WORKSIIEET c Deleted:2019 $ FACILITIE DEPARTMENT 0 --- ° Deleted:202-4 + + + Deleted:FACILITIES Fund Name: REET 1 Capital Improvement PrograffL Delet8d:PLAN Project Name: Memorial Hall __._-_____ __ ------------------ ----------------- Deleted:,rutxs&TRAITS ------ Estimates: onstruchonDeleted: --------- ------------ --- ---------- ------------------------------ Description: Variousbuildg improvements to restore the Iustoric Memorial Hall Deleted:Ti ____ _ ___ ___ _--. _.-_.. . _.. - ___ 1\ Deleted:Planning and Justifications: Building has not had any significant improvements since the structure was built in the 120's. Deleted: + Deleted:Various Deleted:¶ Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Expenditures 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 Total Preliminary Planning _-__ Deleted:w Site Prep&Utilities/Well Construction Engineering ___- Deleted:50 Construction 72 12 `,�.-_--'f leted: Is Total Costs 72 11 12 "..............'. .`5 _- leted: Revenues/Resources ' �_._. ._ ... ...----------------------------- '''`.--------------'_»s3:.-----._.___._-- - ---._.___._._ leted:185 In House I2 _ I1 I2 leted'Funding Source Othei ¢ s � � � 2 s leted•tas Grants 60 GO Loans Total Funding - 72 11 12 _= Deleted:: Deleted•185 Deleted:9 (.41,d 1 w,i&ie+l Sl-mcnt Par 72 Old -02'-2027 CAPITALIMPROVENIEN'1'PROGRAM WORKSI IEET --- '-----------------'--- ------------------- FACILITIES EPAMMENT. o Deleted:2ot9 -------- ---------------------------------- Deleted::�$>:<. 2m_a ` Deleted:i ACIi.ITTRS Fund Name: REET 1 Capital Improvement Pro P Pr'Z----------. "--—`'.., : ------------------------------- rs. Project Name: Building#10 District Court Complex, Deleted--- `----- A Deleted rt.� - ---- ---- --- --- -- PARKS&TRAttS Estimates: ponimuctionLevel `� �, Deleted: ---------- ---- --- GI - - - --------------------; — — --- ----- Description: Phase 2 of building construction and various butldti ��provertleh ,renovate ne urchased facility to District Court needs ; Deleted ,. - -- - - --- -- -- '�' `' y, I\ Deleted. tanning and ;£ lustificarions: Mason County Existing hacilnics A.21 � rrstk � � Deleted: Deleted:v Xstimated Project Costs(in thousands) -_- Deleted:¶ 3 s �s�, asi , - i.�.�t��� °n4 X 1 urea ..,. ,,. ..:. ,.: ['�pL i4 J. 5... Z��. 4�.� GOLJ Fv�.T ffiY3YG •• acme .+.�. ..... Total .. .. Preliminary Planning Site Prep&Utilities/Well Construction Engineering _ fDeleted:: leted: i;o Construction l _-- leted:-25 Total Cosh 875 evenues/,Resou- - - -r�s--__._,-------------- ----------------__.____._-----....____ _-----..__._---------�----�--------_ leted:875 In House 875 leted:Funding Soume Otherleted:875 Grant, Limns Total Funding 875.._ Deleted:: -- Deleted:875 r�ieu!I,i,iliU��I il<�nrnn/ Yat,Tr 73�0 I Mule 2022-2027 CAPITAL IMI'I2OVh:Mf,,N'1'PROGRAM WORKSI IFIX FACILITIES DEPARTMENT, Fund Name: RI-,FT 1 Capital improvement ProMm Pr(&ct Name: New Storage Building Estimatcs: Planting and Constiuction level Descnpnon: Construct new building for storages. lusnficanons: Mas(xi County Existing Facilities Assessm,i Commented[Mws]: Estimated Project Costs fin tbous:utds) S Exn�nditures cic' 2 . '. .. a.7.4Z5._ .,:t.. _;:. s. I'rclimnr.trc I'lannii�" .. Site l'rcp&Uliliti s %&;Al (:( Iuetiun L cri nr Construction 309 a(2 Total Costs 309 309 Revenues/Resaur In I Iuusc "09 ;110 (1 1" (;rants Twal Funding 309 309 LyLL/I-iidklies Islemeal 1 u=74 a 90 014 i POLICE AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE FACILITIES the chief law enforcement officer(Sherif is resnonsjble for operuions. Deleted:i The facility is located adjacent to the County courthouse in the incorporated area of Shelton.Washinr_ton.The most recent facility was System Description constructed yykh 45 inmate beds in 1985.In 1986 the facility opened and _, The Mason County Sheriff's Office provides police services including. was subsequently operating at maximum inmate capacity, patrol, traffic enforcement. service of civil process. jail operation and •I'llu""lout the %cars. there has been three independent- outside_ jail invesfiptivc services to the citizens of Mason County. The Mason oV4tonal srudjcs. 'I'hnsc studies found the; jail is understaffed and County Sheriff's Office currently has a total of 98 authorized employees. overpopulated. O nhciin more inmate beds.the County added double Of those 50 are commjssioncd officers.33 are iailers.and 15 are civilian bunks in rooms di•sifmcd as single oecupany.They turned an existing employees. inmate recreation area into inmate housing,adding more bunks.Today: there are 93 ,,cneral poVula J,m, male and female beds,in the Mason The Mason County Sheriffs Office currently serves approximately c'ounry j;til and 18 additional be s utilized for low-risk inmates assil;ncd 65,650 citizens. This number represents a 8.16 percent mcrca c in u)inmate labor progr:ung. o ulation since 2010.The Mason County Sheriff's Office covers Al o Mason (:ounty including over 900 miles of shorelines. G22 miles of u hi,i the 93 general population opLdation beds.we have separate housing areas: county roads and nearly 115 miles of state highways. �Maj_jrx ±uulc innr,res have to be kept serrate from female inmates.and within enforcement is currently conducted by off duh depurics on m ul lim, or those p„!,ulatio ,maximum security inmates have to be kept separate other agencies. from minimum security jnmates (we can't house a murderer with someone charved with DCIi1:we have to individually house inmates who The Mason County Sheriffs Office has primary re a,on ihilm for tr.,fflc feel their safety at risk and inmates who we think may be at risk as law enforcement and collision jnvestigations on all, c,xinru_nr,ls. Victims: inmate workers have to be housed separately from all other Currently,nine deputies an_i� cd'to the'rraftic_11 ljr cffo,l ss I)_�sr d on jnmates.The likelihood of having the perfect number of inmates to fit specialized training,but loll -,nswer')11 call. for scryia nauih� s hill_ into each identified area is zero.To safely run a facility,the averagc ails Mason County Sheriffs ()fticc a assisted thaw�1� i nauru.il aid he nc(. population has to be around 10-20%less than the number of actual beds. l)�parrn cut., meaning a population cap of 80 allows us to safely house inmates in the Shelton Police Department. Sauatjn island Police and Washington State Patrol r, proper areas. In 1993 there were 58 beds in the jail.The average daily inmate population was 62. In 2004 the average daily inmatcpopulation Jail Facilities grew to 951 That's 146% over capacity!Pre-covid. the dailyjals population hovered around 110. 1il I listory As recently as 2015,the fail housed up to 150 inmates at one time.This The Mason County tail provides incarceration services for Mason severely jeopardized our ability to efficiently run a safe. orderly. and County law enforcement agencies.Washington State Law establishes the constitutionally sound facility.Sheriff Saljsbury_petitioned the Board of Board of County Commissioners responsible for the Physical facility and Coamty Commissioners to start outsourcing inmates to other counties to 641,711-�niklrer larmew Pure 75�(90 i mitigate. the safely concerns within the facility. Masan County started l he options for expanding the Mason County-lail.as recommended by; sending the excess prisoners to I.ewis_Nisqually.and forks jails.To keep an independent iail needs study conducted in 2020,include a need for the inmate population at manageable levels. Mason County outsourced 250 heels to scrn c the nest 30 ccars-The study included either a renovated an average of 30 prisoners on a daffy basis.which cost about S90.000 and exlrtnJccl existing facility or a new stand-alone facility located off monthly.'lhis continued until March 2017.when a 3-year jail internal site.'The new facility should accommodate inmate re-entn,programs_in renovation project was complete. 'l'hc renovation allowed us to bring cost tdtl.rcaiming for substance abuse and mental health.and maintain back the out•ourced inmates and stop the sipiificant outsourcing the Altcrnarive:cntencing prOMms. expenses. With the outsourced inmates back in Mason County, the inmate population was still sipiificantly above jail capacity.Recognizing >u sigmificant safety concerns to staffand inmates,the likelihood ofprisoi Alternate Funding Sources civil rights violations,and due to lack of staff and facility spacemen lulu The \lason (;aunty tihcnffti Office continues to explore alternative 2017 Sheriff Salisbury was forced to implement jail booking restrictions. fitndinl sources including literal I lomeland Securith Grants. lustice Those restrictions prohibit the incarceration of individuals committing Assistance Giants. and grants'jkom other federal. state. and private minor crimes. sources.I It cycr.like many other funding sources the amounts of these grants are being reduced or eliminated altogether. Additionally. the In addition to the booking restrictions. the Sheriff created and Va<on young ShcrifPs Office is committed to forming community implemented an Alternative Sentencing proaam.. 'Ibis program allows partnerships with public and private agencies to more efficiently provide people convicted of minor offenses to serve their jail time on I electronic services and utilize Facilities to maximum efficicacy,. I lomc Nlonitoting, Work Release. or Day Reporting grog ams. 'I lie inmates scrcin�;Their sentences on these pro=ms vvmild normally be Sheriff': Facility taking a bed within the brick and nutrtar\calls of the Nla>un CoonrLlail. Today that program carries an ac erag(:of 20 inmates dailc. The Mason County Sheriff's Office is currently housed at 322 North 3,a Street in Shelton The Office transitioned to this location from the The jail is the hub of the Criminal lusticc Sysretn.1N'irhout en adcyuatc Mason County Courthouse in December 2009. Police Operations, amount of inmate housing and t_c,rrcm,fls_ t;ifful" tllclfhthi,lity to Records_Finance.Administration.and I?vidence are currently;housed at incarcerate those who victimize menilu rs of our community wsults in this facility.'Ihe acquisition of this facilitys_.rceatly enhanced the oftiee's compromised public safety ability to perform its mission with much greater efficiency,but the space in this facility is fully utilized and there is no room for future growth. Sipaificant space could be captured in this facility by putting a second Strategic Plan floor in the g,-m and remodeling;the second floor to better meet the The Mason Count [ail facility is outdated,too small-and inadequate•to needs of future operations. serve the incarceration needs of Mason County. Space Allocation Criteria and Maintcnancc Cgtil d i inrlili("I ikryenl Purr 76VL90 1)tull Standard space allocations methods do not a lylh, to all areas of the C 7u L rolet building in downtown Shelton.This space was leased by she Deleted:SrsrEUDEscwrr7oNJ Sheriff's Office because of the diverse functions found within the �--Ounity to store equipment and evidence.Replacement of this facility is I Deleted:The Mason County Sheriffs Office provides police services department such as training,locker rooms.K-9 holding.briefing room, i�w t tied.The current facility does not meet industry standards. including patrol,traffic enforcement,service of civil process,jail s operation and investigative services to the citizens of Mason County. interview rooms,public receptions.fingemnting,criminal complaints. 11 The Mason County Sheriffs Office currently has a total of 111 evidence processing and others.Standard space allocations for many of I he \lasotl (bounty Sheriff 5 Office must have covered secure storagC 11 authorizedjailers,and am eesianempse54arecommissionedofficers,36are 11 jailers,and 21 are civilian employees.¶ the above essential hinetions is not adequate. h)t its three hunts,light armored vehicle.all terrain vehicle,search and u ¶ i cue%t_l ticcs,_tlong with spare patrol vehicles. Addirional Secure a The Mason County Sheriffs Office currently serves approximately n 63,203 citizens.This number represents a 28 percent increase m North Mason County FaciI storauc i' s ncedcil_fof- other training equipment. tactical eg6ptnent. 11 popular'on since 20M.The Mason County Sheriffs Office coves all of 11 search and rescue ckluiptnent, and traffic radar trailers. The storagg If Mason County including over 900 miles of shorelines,622 miles of u county roads and nearly 115 miles of state highways. Marine The greater Belf:lir/Allyn area is quickly becoming a business and facility needs to bc in t •ur'location that is built to s ecifi ations that if enforcement is currently conducted by off duty deputies on overtime luo lulation hub in northeastern Mason County,requiring a lligh� cr level %%ill not cause opera&' degradation. The need is essential as the or other agencies.¶ of law enforcement and other governmental services.Belfair is expected a,m,.,tt stored is ex r ci and requires storage that allows for n ¶ ��� () �.e VS I g u The i\Ivcon County Sheriffs Office has taken over primary to brow sipiificantly in the next decade. r•nu't,,('n('1' n sl)ltiSC• and rdiabillte that the ClitrCn[ £aCilitlC'S d0 not 1' responsibility for traffic law enforcement and collision investigations on all county roads as of July 1,2009.Currently,nine deputies are .11 1 1n111111 l,1!�. bike the C:ytdence storage.the Ni fell Chevrolet building lS " assigned to the traffic unit efforts,based on specialized training but The North Precinct was established in late 3013 and has made al x in!1 used 1,n storage but is already at capacity and cannot absorb future a still answer 911 calls for service while on shift.Mason County Sheriffs SsiWiificant impact on policing operations.As of 2014,half of the patrol if Office is assisted through mutual aid by the Shelton Police Department and the Squaxin Island Police Department.¶ division and over 20 citizen volunteers staffed this precinct.'I'he building " u is currently contracted through the private ,cctov aricaUxars to meet „ J.ueFACILMEsg n The present Mason County Jail opened in 1986 with a population the needs for the 2019-2024 lannin eriod l)ttic•d_(m Flo cicytl_x,hcc, Firearms 1lalntn Facility n capacity of45 inmates.In 1989,capacitywasincreasedto 51,andin P g P' -1—i.- I---- g X 1991 it was increased to 58 beds with floor. inves[i}nttivc,and administrative functions. space for 106.The Direct❑ The Mason County sheriffs Office Cffl-Cntly has no weapons training n Supervision Unit of the Mason County Jail opened on October 1, n 2006,bringing the jail capacity up to 128 inmates. In 2014,the Mason ticility and rehes upon the Department of Corrections which allows ,i County Sheriffs Office reconfigured the DSU facility.The Storage Nceds quarterly training at their facility located adjacent to the Washington ;; reconfigured facility houses 42 inmates. In earlier comprehensive plans Corrections Center. A shooting ark imilar facility h b " several critical maintenance issues were identified at the jail as needing f+--tl or sas een 11 immediate repair or replacement.They include new locks for the cells M(lat of the County SliCtlff�4,`'Office StOrngl nC'eds arc'cutt'c'n t)c�icti discussed_but no action has been taken. Having a facility the Sheriffs " and cellblocks,leaks in the roof and the problems with the walkway stet with the leasing of 1 '12Uildim, at 305 S. first Sti-co. 'l lic niost i fi nl between the court house and the jail.Between 2014 and 2016,the jail O{f1CC can USC for rearms training SS C15SL'llh � I received significant improvements including new roof,new control imlortaitt need of the Sheriffs.Office is offsa, u.t'idcncc stotaa. i system,and comprehensive update of the mechanical systems in the Property taken in is held in trust b)'the:hcnll s Otticc.,1'hcrcflxc,:it;Is ' building.These issues have all been addressed by the Sheriffs Office, the Sheriff's responsibili •to ensue ue-securm_ prescnntinn. chain of C BOCC,andFacilitiesDepartment.¶ ourts custody as well as its proper return sale.or disposal accoi ding to law. As reported in the Comprehensive Plan,in 1993 the average daily l--- ---- --- --- population(ADP)was 62.In 2004 the ADP was at 79,and in 2017 the Currently, most of the Sheriffs evidence is bcioh, I n(d ut s secured ------ -------- ADP was 106.¶ designated area at the Sheriffs located at 322\_,rth ill St in Shelton. ¶ Due to the ADP being at or over capacity continually,outsourcing of The Mason Coilna District Court administers itts inmates to other jails begin in the first quarter of 2015.To date the The Mason County Sheriffs Office also stores vehicles Mehl as evidence, with fairness,equalil�l and integrity.to resolve aratters program continues to house on average 40 50 inmates perm . 28 including homicide ychicles. and large CVidCI1CC 1tem5 at the. iVSell Deleted:The Mason County District courts-handles nearly 10,000 Gefore the routs in a time!/manner. It provides ty cases annually,mostly infractions and misdemeanors. Cuhi&)l I i7li&ief/,4weal /I=77-( Drat! in artial,courteous and-pron41 service in a manner Court staff must have adequate space to process calendars. They could Mat in.0irrs-public trust and confidence. DistritY have up to 75 or more case files on their desk at any given time. A Court is mnsiderrd"thepeoNe Is cowl"rrnd serves all work spat c and station of no less than 6x6 is needed so that the)have spece I-,r theur computer,monitors,scsumer.phone,calculator,and the riti-ens ofA•lason ConntO. other ce ui mint as well as the court calendars they are processing and/or prep;iring. The Court processe•all cases allowed in the Courts of limited tir:i f:,,c_% »I 1611;on a scantling project for some of the closed files. Jurisdiction and handles nearly 10,000 eases annually. 'These include which should reduce space•needed once the scamung project is Traffic and non-traffic infractions.Criminal Misdemeanors and Giros completed.Currently there,tic over 150 archive boxes that need to be Misdemeanors,Civil Claims up to 5 100,000_Small Claims uP to S scanned. MOW Parking cases.Vehicle Impounds,Dangerous Dog hearings, Anti-harassment,Domestic Violence.Sexual Assault and Stalking The department also nrcds space to set up the la=scanner and a work protection orders and name change orders. The court also reviews and room arca near the file room."There is also a need to locate the lather processes I,clonc and Misdemeanor search warrants,probable cause V'cult sefc \vithin the area. hcarin4n and request for Protection()rclers during business h�pus and non-business hours. The Court is respomihlc tnr the collebusiness Imo and 1>'Sir'ct court currently has one Judge_one Chief Administrator.and distribution of fines.costs,fees and restitution paid through the(ploy. se.'`(,it crutrt staff.Additional staffing will be necessary as workload -mcrc:ucs. monitoring time-pay agreements:and prepa,in� cases for collection assiil*nment. An nice is nccded for the-1udge and Chief Administrator.preferably District Court staff monitors etiminal defendantS_e_I M1_ 1li.ini e with with:,conference space within the room. Additional office space is court orders.and assists with the Probation dcpartn tit _ogee cd. m c'dcd (or a fudge i to-tem and/or visiting ludge so they have a space nc(y can revtew files and prepare for calendars. District Court nets court Nlondnc rhnt Frida)from 8:30 a.m.a,4:30 p.m (or laterl. At this time.two�courrs talc place on Mo,id:n_ additional space needed: morning.Thursday AAftcmoon and all da;on I�rid,n S. Iu,7 'I'rialS,ire 1 ront counter and work area for the front office staff(3—4 windows), on the increase,therefore additional courtroom Space i>lit ccssan I , work desks and space for Assistant Administrator,and seven plus staff hold multiple court sessions at the same rime. Ako,a need for secrm<I judicial officer either through coctrt commissioner or incrcasc in 'ro_ District Court Probation provides community supervision as well as tern funding, evidence-based programs and effective services to moderate/high risk misdemeanor offenders.The focus is on public safety through efforts District Court currently is NOT a paperless court—and O refore space to hold offenders accountable and reduce the likelihood of re-offense. is needed for all open files and closed files which musr be retained for The Probation officers perform random UA testing as ordered by J he three years after closure,the exception being DI.JI files and Violation of court or at their discretion therefore they need a separate restrootn area NCO files which must be retained pernianently_Along with a space for to observe the UA's.The probation department has two probation su pliesplics needed daily to run court an,ipment such as copier,scanners. officers and one clerical staff In 2021-they arc manawng,a caseload of and printcrs.1av's and other equipment are needed. 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The intent is to move the offices of the Superior Court judicial officers and general support staff to the South end of the Flistoric Courthouse Building,with intemal access to all of the court/hearings rooms and arranghng the remainder of the buildings to a1212ropriately accommodate the Superior Court Clerk's Office.`.tlie Therapeutic Courts,and the ury assembly area(s). �_.. _ -------------------------------------- __ -- _�..- ---------------------- ----- County Superior over 2500 Deleted:Mason C r Court handles o , cases annually,with civil cases being the most common,followed by criminal actions,domestic cases,juvenile offender cases,and ..------------------- --- ----�—: -- - >�- 's'^^j^•'*.._- "."+::-- -- ..._.. ......... ......... .......... ............. .. probate/guardianship cases,in that order.Additional information regarding the courts and annual caseloads can be obtained at 3 , t wunv.courts.wa.gov,because of the dramatic increases in court rases, s especially in District Court,an existing structure adjacent to the • �� Downtown County Complex will be purchased to allow expansion of 1 the county judicial system.¶ k £ Deleted:1. j„ '\ Zx. aN. Mile!h'airk[det 1 kmens Pine 80�0 I>rufi i �TORMWATER MANAGEMENT AND HABITAT The stormwater management system within Mason County can generally Deleted:6. ----------- IMPROVEMENT-------------------------- 3e descnbea as"near or"natuiar-everi within deiignafed urbari growth- areas (UGAs). This type of Low Impact Development stormwater management is a critical part of ensuring water availability and water quality. A very small percentage of the overall system can be described Comprehensive Management Approach as a typical municipal separate storm sewer(MS4) consisting of curb, Storm and surface water management is an important government role gutter,catch basin,and piped conveyance. This type of system can be that serves to protect and improve water quality and habitat,and reduce found,however,within sections of the Hoodsport Rural Activity Center flooding. Mason County has taken several steps to implement a (!tAC)and Belfair,Allyn and Shelton UGAs. comprehensive,county-wide management approach including. � . Mason County is responsible for managing stormwater systems within • Adopting local stormwater management standards and by reference County road rights-of-way and those associated with County buildings the 2012 StornrmaterManagement Manual for Western Washington as part such as the public Works site. The County is also responsible for of the 2016-2036 Comprehensive Plan and Development permitting Low Impact Development (LID) features such as porous Regulations update. concrete, pervious asphalt, bio-retention and rain gardens used to • Adopting a county-wide Stormwater Management Plan in June 2008; manage stormwater as part of housing and commercial development. • Inventorying assessing and maintaining stormwater systems within The stormwater;4ystems owned and managed by the County are county right-of-way; inventoried, inspected and represented as part of the Planning Map • Planning,designing and constructing stormwater retrofit projects; Library on the Mason County website. • Adopting a Comprehensive Flood Management Plan and a Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance Update; • Participating in,or leading fish passage improvement projects;and Capital Facility Needs/Projects • Participating in,or leading regional planning strategies. Mason County is in the initial stages of stormwater capital facility The County formed a Stormwater"Task Force (SWT1) in late 2009 to planning but has a fairly long history of carrying out habitat improvement make recommendations to the County Commissioners on implementing Projects and wetland mitigation. Identification of stormwater capital the adopted stormwater management plan and related water quality facility needs and projects comes from a variety of sources,including the initiatives. Final Task Force recommendations to implement a"Clean adopted County-wide Stormwater Management Plan, water quality Water Program"were presented to the County Commissioners in August monitoring, habitat assessments and other Lead Entity activities, and 2012 along with a recommendation to establish a stormwater utility rate Water Quality Improvement Reports. to fund the program. Mason County participated in a Hood Canal regional effort to select, Stormwater System Description rank, and prioritize sites for future stormwater retrofit projects. A prioritized list and preliminary designs for top projects was recently Cahilal Nadlilier 13lrmen/ ---Ili rr 81 gl'90 Drall i completed,including two Mason County sites: Union Park and Thelar Center. Project emphasis is on retrofits (those that address "legacy" problems) and can generally be grouped into the following three Level Of Service Standards categories: Stormu aterManagementforNew Development and Redevelopment In order to comply with the Shorelines Master Program and the Mason Water Quality County Resource Ordinance, new development and redevelopment These projects are designed to improve water quality problems identified throughout Mason County must meet the minimum requirements of the through monitoring;downgraded or threatened shellfish harvest areas, 2012 StormwaterManagement Manual for Western Washington. In addition to 303(d)listings,or Water Quality Improvement Reports. Projects may these minimum requirements, Mason County Code 14.48 spells out consist of wet ponds,sand filters,constructed wetlands,vaults,or other requirements for financial liability. BMPs. Stormnrater Conveyance Flooding/Erosion Mason County Code) .48 states that all construction shall conform to - Deleted:16 These projects will reduce the frequency and/or severity of flood and the Washington State Department of Transportation's Standard erosion damage to public and private property. Projects may include Specifications for Roads, Bridges and Municipal Construction. additional storage facilities, new or enlarged conveyances, channel Conveyances are typically designed to meet the 25-year storm event. stabilization,stream restoration,or reducing impervious surfaces. Stormmater Retrofits Aquatic Habitat Most capital facility projects are considered "retrofits" meaning the Projects in this category are designed to maintain or enhance aquatic project is undertaken to correct or improve conditions associated with habitat, with an emphasis on salmon recovery and shellfish. These past development. Retrofits are designed using best professional projects may include habitat surveys,culvert replacements,installation of judgment to provide reasonable improvements in stormwater in-stream structures,or removal of dikes. management, recognizing that site constraints frequently make strict application of Best Management Practices(BMPs)challenging. All three categories of projects will typically require funding for planning, design,construction and land acquisition. It should also be noted that Funding many projects will serve multiple purposes: for example,a project that includes storage for flood control will likely improve water quality Mason County has utilized a variety of revenue sources to fund through additional detention and settling of pollutant-carrying stormwater management and habitat improvement activities. The sediments. majority of past funding has been from grants,but the Road Fund and (_ahilal I irrrblir. Lknren/ Par 82,nJ 90 D�a%< i Real Estate Excise Tax (BEET 2) have also been used for program The revenue table assumes that the county will apply for and receive "development"funding and grant match. small grants years 2024,t4rough 202]y ;-- Deleted:is Deleted:3 A brief description of past and potential revenue sources includes: Stormwatcr'Utility Rate Road Fund Mason County created a Stormwater Utility in June 2008 but did not establish a rate to fund stormwater management activities at that time. The Road Fund provided $25,000 start-up revenue for stormwater A Stormwater-Task Force (SWTF) met regularly from April 2010 program development and implementation beginning in 2010. This through June 2012 to develop program and funding recommendations revenue source is used to leverage grant funding as a local revenue source to the Board of County Commissioners. They recommended a is required for grant match(typically 25%). stormwater utility rate be established to provide dedicated,predictable funding to implement an annual program of approximately$1.43 million. Water adequacy and water quality discussions may necessitate the Real Estate Excise Tax (RETT2) establishment of a stormwater utility rate in the 202 - 027 lannm Deleted:v) REET2 has been a revenue source used to fund capital construction and Period. Deleted:2024 � .serve as grant match. REET2 funds in the amount of$82,500 were �;�•� allocated in years 2009 through 2012,and in the amount of$75,000 in Flood Control Zone District 2013. These revenues combined with grant funds were used to design and construct projects in Belfair, Allyn and Idoodsport to reduce Mason County established the Skokomish Flood Control Zone District contaminants and improve water quality. The*.venue table assumes (FCZD)in 1976 for the purpose of improving flood control and drainage REET2 requests are made to use as grant match � azs 7 through facilities within the-watershed. The District was-abolished in 2014 in__-- Deleted:zms 2027 � reco of of the need to collect district revenues in a more equitable___- Deleted:3 c----------- — gm ----- ---- --- --- -- ` � manner. The majority of revenue collected by this special taxing district came from Lake Cushman properties that had little relationship to the Grants ,:. Skokomish watershed improvements.The FCZD has a Fund Balance a3, Mason County has received a r46te1 $1.1 million in stormwater that will gradually draw down over time unless a new revenue source is tY PP y management grants over the past se v Future grant availability created. is expected to diminish due to greater demztf ; nd competition,directing funds to jurisdictions under Municipal NPLS permit requirements (Mason County is not a pemuttee),and an overall reduction in available funds. CAW,/l 4,i& ,I acme,,/ Page 83 0' 6 I ba/[ 2022-2027 C:AI']'I'AL 1hIPROV1;Ml?N'1'PROGIZAM WOIZKSI IEF:I' PUBLIC WORKS --- Deleted:—Page Break Fund 480: Storm Drainage System Development Fund " 2018-2023 CAPrrAL.FACir.rrrrs Pr.AN woRKSi ir.r Tm, Project Name: tStornwaterRetrofits -- w,--------------------------- ---------- - - - PUBLICAoRhs11 Estimates: Preliminary Engineering Level - ----- ----------- --- -- ------------------------- Deleted: Description: This project includes costs associated with the design and construction of stormwater retrofit projects identified in various Deleted:¶ planning documents. It assumes that any retrofit projects accomplished in years 2018—2023 will occur if REET2 monies are budgeted in the stormwater fund and the county is successful in securing grants,--____-- - Deleted:l Justifications: Clean and adequate water is vital to the health,economy and cultural heritage of Mason County. Mason County government plays an important role in salmon recovery,maintaining and improving shellfish harvest areas,flood control,and improving water quality as well as the overall recovery of Puget Sound. Constructing stormwater retrofits is an important community investment yielding returns in the form of maintaining property values,generating fish/shellfish revenues and tourism and reducing health risks and costs, ---------------------------------- Deleted:¶ Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) RevenuesjRe.,ourecs 2022 2023 2024 _2025 2026 2027 Total Rnad Fund ItFPU 1'2 10 wiQ _- Deleted:so Grants 30 0 __- Deleted:150 Total Revenues 40 ,40 _ Deleted:200 Expenditures Administration 3 31 Deleted:,, Plan/Prelim.ling. 6 Deleted:30 Design/Construction 30 34 _- Deleted:iso Total Expenditures 39 .39 - - Deleted:195., C LYwl Faei&inr 1 dames/ I?oZr 84 of 1>r�11 i 2�?-2 _CAPI'rALdniPROVEMEN'I' 'ROC RAM WORKSIIEET __ Deleted:2019 PUBLIC WORKS y., Deleted:2(Y-'-4 , F Deleted:F.CIT.TTTRS Fund 190: Skokomish Flood Control District Fund Project Name: Skokomish River Ecosystem Restoratiori " Deleted:Pi.k` -- ---- ---- - Deleted:¶ Estimates: preliminary Engineering Levc�--------- _ ..-__.. __ 1I __________ Deleted: Description: Mason County and the Skokomish Tribe(Local Sponsors)are partnering with the Army Corps of Engineers to prepare final Deleted: design and construction documents,and construct five ecosystem restoration projects within the Skokomish River watershed. Deleted:¶ Phase I construction is planned to begin in 2019 and Phase II in 2020. The five projects are: ■ Confluence Levee Removal—Phase 1 " ■ Wetland Restoration at River Mile 9-Phase I _. ■ Wetland Restoration at Grange—Phase I ■ Side Channel Reconnection—Phase I ■ Upstream Large Woody Debris Installation—]'base H Mason Conservation District is taking the lead on pursuing grants which will be the local sponsor revenue source.- Deleted:9 Justifications: Environmental degradation can be seen throughout the Skokomish River Basin including a loss of natural ecosystem structures,functions,and processes necessary to support critical fish and wildlife habitat.The degradation of riverine and estuarine habitat has resulted in the listing of four anadromous fish species under the Endangered Species Act(ESA)(Chinook salmon,chum salmon,steelhead,and bull trout)that utilize the river as their primary habitat.The impaired ecosystem has adversely affected riverine,wetland and estuarine habitats that are critical to these and other listed species. TableTable next mi*ena" Deleted:9 9 9 (IW,/1-i'ikli,I ikmen! /I=85490 0148 Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Revenues Resources 2022 2023 2024 2025 2020 2027 Total Federal Government(65%) 594 ,. ---J Deleted:11,970 Local Sponsor(35-o) 631 �_ - Deleted:7,688 Grant:FbD or SRFB(to be secured) Total Revenues 1,225 _ __- Deleted:19,558 Expenditures Preliminary Engineering(PED) _- Deleted:1,545 Lands and Damages _-- Deleted: 1,037 Construction 631 wn .. >. 'aa� r ;uw ems....,._. t , > _.._-- Deleted:14,782 Construction management 594 ' Deleted:2194 Total Expenditures 1,22 -__ --__ Deleted:19 558 } �xv �anddl Kl,ikdes!Armen/ Pa 864L90 DLL i --------- _______________ TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES Dew: 7. System Description Alason County Public�Y/orks is responsible for denim,construction. Deleted:Table 8. Macon County Arterials Inventory 29 operation and maintenance of approximately_620 miles of county roads and 65 bridges throughout the county. Several reports and planning documents are used to develop and implement transportation facility int rov m n s. f?xant le.in 1 de, T. ti-r Transportation 1?lement of the Comprehensive Plan. "*ASON 2022-'_027"Transportation Improvement Program 1'IP) Y PUSUC WORKS Annual Constntction Programs lay out pros rammed/plane .., I improvements -' Annual Bridge Report summarizes bridge condition and identifies recommended improvement. Mason C(aluty's'TII'is adopted by referencv,as part of the Comprchctlsive Plan. 'I'hc department owns and maintains properrics neccwsdre to carQ,out �— thejr mission_or held per State 1.iw':foi-example cyuipment Deleted:Mason County Public Works is responsible for engineering construction,operation and maintenance of approximately 620 miles maintenance,satellite maintenance Shops,srockptic sites,rights-(4%rm of county roads and 64 bridges throughout the county.The primary Icachny t0 water. the AlasoR Count Public\C'tirks l'actlnc,located lust I County collectors are listed in Table 8. Mason County currently has no arterials other than the state highway system.State highway level of north of'910ton on I lighwa)101 was cunstnlctcd in 2008.C;ttellite service standards are established by WSDOT.¶ maintenance facilities are located in Belfair and Matlock. 9 - - Mom detail is available in the Transportation Element of the Comprehensive Plan as well as the 2019-2024 Transportation Improvement Pmgram(I`HP. Mason County's TIP is adopted by reference as part of the Comprehensive Plan.9 9 The Mason County Public Works Facility,located to the north of Shelton on Highway 101,provides for the majority of the current needs of the Department,with some needed utility improvements. However,satellite facilities at different locations around the County and a new shop in Belfair may be needed in the future to better support the Department's needs and improve the efficiency of the Department by reducing travel and transportation time for materials and equipment used for maintenance and construction project work.¶ (_ahilalIiiei&ie,I:lemenl Paf8791'90 Urall 2022-2027 CAPITAL IhIPROVI,'Ml,' T PROGRAM WORKSI II F'l' Deleted:11 TRANSPORTATION FACILITI S 1 Fund: County Road Fund Pn&ct Name: North County Shop Site Planning Estimates: Planning Level Description: Exaluate potential sites to relocate the Belfair Shop♦ Dcxrin r irc r(eim ctitcria icicntif),potential sites.annly criteria to rank and prioritize,sdca preferred site and prepare platmint Ict c l cost estimate to acutkc ticyelop.and relocate. Justifications: Relocating the shop will improve 1)c1)artmeut cfficicncc h.v reducing travel and transportation time for materials and ey >ment used for maintenance and constniction nroiccts. Estimated Pr*ct Costs(in thousands) Deleted:image Break �(��� T��,,� 12019-2024 CAPITAL FACILITIES PLAN WORKSHEET¶ Expenditures 22022 202-; 2� 2025 Svw TOt11 I TRANSPORTATION FAcniTiml PcasibiGty/Altcruativr.:�nah its ° °� f 11 i:,. tl .�s a z�°. ;: 1 4 g � 1'rt•Iintm ltv I'.nl attec•rtn ' .a I »,. ..,& U �Ma 5 Mig.,°tm NUMy .WAIM Fund: County Road Fund¶ t crostrvuxm I':n nruc rtn u ¶ — --�+ ., � a��--� ��..•-�^-. . ." •..'� a I Project Name: Belfair Shop Lnprwemeate¶ r-r�ntil rucllt in I Total Expenditures gid, a2gv p a Estimates: Planning Level¶ ReN_enues Remo Ices I Description: A new Shop will include a work staging area,vehicle bay, h marntenante y crews unt /meeting room,restrooms&shower .�. 1 Ithud 1' i l .• ,: siux,.. I@jad facilities,offices,vehicle and equipment storage and materials stooge. �. I In 2018,replacement windows were installed and updates to the office r peg� +' � tie,. 11 ex +aa v TF? TN 3 ' and mechanical areas were made,as well as replacement siding and s .. t insulation. � ,a st:t: r I w l r. ii; & s�0» 1 I O.< l'otal Ftin(ling IQ M 4SI t Justifications:The current Belfair Shop is located in a residential _ -----------------------------' neighborhood adjacent to Hood Canal.Public Works is currently evaluating other sites for placement of a new shop,including an area at the new Belfair Treatment Plant.¶ 9 Estimated Project Costs(in thousands)¶ .. 30 CuAilal F4nrkYie.r IiGmenl Pater 88gL90 Dtu/! 02?-?027 CAPITALdM11ROVEMEN'l' 'ROGItAM WORKSHEE'1- PUBLIC WORKS-ROAD " Deleted:2019 Ilt Deleted:2024 Deleted:rACILInuS Fund: County Road Fund - - Project Name: Satellite Maintenance Yard Development Deleted:PLAN :;.:. � Deleted:¶ Estimates: PlanningJ'cve� -- ------------ ----- ----- ----------� - `\ \ W � Deleted: Description: Public Works will be developing selected sites at various locations across the County to better serve the requirements of maintenance activities.The planned development would include upgrades such as:clearing and grading,installing wells and ¶ water systems,installing electric power to support site services,constructing equipment/materials storage buildings and facilities, Deleted'¶ paving storage sites and developing roads on the properties. Acquisition of individual properties will supplement existing W0 property holdings to provide for uses such as sites for stormwater treatment facilities and disposal sites for ditch spoils and slide Deleted:¶ materials from maintenance or construction excavations.T -- Deleted:¶ Justifications: The changing mandates and requirements of road maintenance necessitate the expansion/upgrade of certain facilities,while _- Deleted: ----- - --- --- the need to develop stormwater detention facilities and ditch spoil disposal sites require the purchase of property in specific locations. Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Expenditures 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 Total Preliminary Engineering 10 Deleted:30 Construction 1ngineering Construction Total,FV. enduures 10 Deleted:Cost. Jlevenu s/Resources Deleted:30 In House 10 g �__ - Deleted:Funding Sources: Grants 3.« .caayuA`a3° .iSur`'N°Bya �i°�" a6lla—a � . 1 x �' r°ti8 ,a^^asx a ° 3�r d i�. ^e . 6',�ni� d.e..� ...�.l ti ,nl.�. :. y. �....dLt 4:>.� ._ :$m� mom.- .tea s3. . ��...._ s � �.��._,a � ,. ... _ _.. Deleted:3u Total Funding, Ha 10 . _ ...... ... .... . ... .... ..... riQ;.. - Deleted: Deleted:30 alwal I�;ialilief I Skvienl Puar 894L90 1>�all i '�2'- CAPI_I'ALJMI'RO\'I iNII:N'l'jlltOCRANI WORKSI IEET --- - Deleted;2019 PUBLIC WORKS-ROADS Deleted:2024 ' ----------------------------------- ` Deleted:FACILITIES Fund: 4;qurity Road Fun --------------------------------- Deleted:PLAN Project Name: helton-Madock�atellite Site Improvement _ Y,. Deleted:¶ �) ---- ---- - �w ---- - -- ----- -- - Estimates: Ent-rineering Leve� � ,. "`+ Deleted: --- ------------- --� ----- --- ------ ---- ------------ a. ��. Deleted:¶ Description: Coup Road Fund owns roe on Shelton-Matlock Road that is currentl use fenced materials andequipment stora " P .--- - - ------� �Y- ---- --y--- ------------ --- -- " Ddeted:structnreat _ _ . yard. The construction of a structure on this site will help to facilitate the effidentgyment of crews and equipment to the ```� Deli:Rood Site south end of the County,particularly during snow and ice conditions.The cost below re9ects a fully enclosed metal structures Deleted:¶ Justifications: Currently crews assigned to maintain,plow and de-ice the southern portion of the County must go to the Central Shop to get Deleted:Plano ng the equipment needed to respond.When pyrforntitig scheduled maintenance in the south end,crews travel to and from the Deleted:I ---------------------------------- Central Shop,transporting heavy equipment,vehicles,tools and material�speeded for their work.One of the Road Department's Deleted:The long range goals is to consider placement of satellite maintenance yards in key locations throughout the county to improve Deleted:¶ response and efficiency. This satellite yard will also aid local utility districts during storm events. Deleted:doing Deleted:¶ Estimated Project Costs(in thousands) Deli;¶ --------------------_ - ..------------ --------------- 2022 Exnendimres 2022 2023 2024 2 2020 Total 31 Prcliminary thin n 25 U Deleted:2019-202M CAPITAL FACILITIES PLAN i Construction I:n,��incerine 2 WORKSHE11 I (+n11ttm 11 iiX) 100 ' PUBL[CWOM-ROAD" Total Expenditures 75 Revenues/Resources Road Fund 75 325 400 � ¶ Grim � Fund County Road Fund¶ Total Fundin 75 4 ¶ Project Name: Sand and Salt Storage Shelter¶ 32 t.i niul Laial u-I sLzzcnl I dJiX 90AL90 Uru(/ Belfair UGA f Formatted:Bottom: 0.81",Header distance from edge: ---------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 0.5",Footer distance from edge: 0.4",Number of columns:2 The Belfair UGA has been evaluated for transportation-sewer-water Deleted:¶ and power and other services.Please see the Belfair UGA Plan 2022 'r and the Belfair Planned Action FAS and Ordinance regarding improvements and a SETA mitiption fee for transportation. - - - - _ Deleted:q Formatted:Emphasis �4 Formatted:Heading 8,Left,Tab stops: 0",Left+ 4.19", Left+ 4.81",Left+ 8.06',Left Formatted:Emphasis,Font:10.5 pt,Not Bold Formatted:Emphasis Formatted:Emphasis,Font:10.5 pt,Not Bold Formatted:Font:Italic Cabital Facilities•Element pe 9�1 Dw -- - - --------------------------------------- --------- ---- APPENDIX A REET 1 Capital Improvement Program @ 12.27.2021 for 2022-2031 PROJEC35 1 3.00%1 3.00% 3.00% 3.00% 3.00% 3.00% 3.00%J 3.DO%I 3.0 2022 2023 2024 1111 1D26 1117 2028 2029 W10 2031 2022-2031 BuldingOMMaln Plan plan Plan Plain PI n PI n Plan Plan Zan T 1 New Security 5vstem 3,000 0 0 n 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3,000 HVAC Equip and Controls Replace 0 52,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 52,000 lst Floor Carpet.Rnancial Services 0 0 22," 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22,000 Reseal Wintlows 0 0 32,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 32,000 Pint Interior 0 0 0 22,DDo 0 0 0 0 0 0 22,Doo Miuellarwous Bullying Maintenance 0 0 0 0 23,000 0 0 0 0 0 23.000 Miscellaneous Energy Saving Projects 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 31,000 0 0 31,0W Heat Pumps 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 61,000 0 62,000 Replace Roo/ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 124,000 0 124,000 $3,000 $52,000 $S4.WO $22,000 $23,OW $0 $0 $37= $186,000 $0 $377,000 Building Two OHke Public ONensa New Security System 3,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3,000 M iscellaneous Building Maintenance 0 0 0 0 1,000 0 0 0 0 0 6,W0 HVAC 0 0 0 0 0 12,000 0 0 0 0 12,000 Miscellaneous Energy Saving Projects 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13,D00 0 0 13,000 Paint Exterior 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13,000 13,000 $3,000 $0 $0 $0 $6,000 $12,000 $0 $13,000 $0 $13,000 S47.OW Building Thraa Juvenile Courb New Security System 3,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3,D00 Replace Roof 0 78,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 78,000 Revise Entry Door/Add Door 0 0 24,D00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24,000 Replace celNng tiles 0 0 16,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16,000 Extenar Paint 0 0 0 22,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 22,000 Miscellaneous Building Maintenance 0 0 0 0 6,000 0 0 0 0 0 6,000 HVAC Equip and Controls Replace 0 0 0 0 0 0 118'" 0 0 0 118,000 Mis¢Naneaus Energy Saving Projects 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13,OOD 0 0 13,000 53,1N10 578,000 540,000 522,000 $6,000 50 $118'" 513,000 $0 $0 $280,000 Ou0dih four WSU ExWsbn New Securlry System 3,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3,DDO HVAC Equip/Controls Replace 0 0 0 121 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 22.OW Remodel Bathrooms for Accessibility 0 0 0 0 17,000 0 0 0 0 0 17,000 Miuellane,us Building Maintenance 0 0 0 0 61000 0 0 0 0 0 6,000 Replace Windows,Siding and Paint 0 0 0 0 0 0 59',,1 0 0 0 59'" Miscellaneous Energy Saving Projects 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13," 0 0 13,000 Paint Interior 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13.000 0 13.000 $3.000 50 $0 $22,000 523,000 $0 $59,000 513,000 $13,000 $0 $133,000 Building Rve Information Technology Newecu Srity Syuem 3,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3,000 Replace windows 0 0 0 22,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 22,000 Exterior Paint 0 0 0 0 12,000 0 0 0 0 0 11,000 Miscellaneous Building Maintenance 0 0 0 0 12,1 0 0 0 0 0 12,000 Replace hot water heater D 0 0 0 0 2.000 0 0 0 0 2,000 Miscellaneous Energy Saving Projecs 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13,000 0 0 13,000 3,000 0 0 22,000 24,000 1," 0 11,001 0 0 64,D00 Bullying Slv Modular Courtroom New Security System 3;000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3,000 R<Place Roof 0 0 21,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27,D00 Replace Entry Door 0 0 7,000 0 0 D 0 D 0 0 7.DOO HVAC Repairs 0 0 0 14,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 14," Miscellaneous gulldlnNMainsenance 0 0 0 0 4,000 0 0 0 0 0 4,D00 Miscellaneous Energy Saving Projects 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7,000 0 0 7,000 $3,000 $0 $34,000 $14,000 $4.000 $0 $0 $7," $0 $0 $62.000 Building Seven Profecvrtor New security system 3'OW 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3-INTO Replace Roof 30,OW 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30,000 Remodel 2nd Floor 50,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,0DO Remotlel Conference Room 5,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5,000 Water Heater 0 0 0 2,1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,OW Miscellaneous Bu1lCing Maintenance 0 0 0 0 12,000 0 0 0 0 0 12,000 Miscellaneous Energy Sating Projects 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13,000 0 0 13,000 HVAC Equip 12,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12,000 $100,000 $0 $0 $2,000 $12,000 $0 $0 $13,000 $0 $0 $127,000 Builtling Eight Publk Health/DCD New Security Svstem 3,000 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 3,000 Replace 1-1 0 47,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 47,000 Replace Siding IS,Windows D 0 0 44,000 0 D 0 0 0 0 41,000 Water Heater Replacement 0 0 0 2,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,DOD Replace Orpet D 0 0 44,000 0 0 0 D 0 0 44,D00 HVAC Controls 0 0 0 175,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 175,000 MluellarwouseulIding Maintenance 0 0 0 0 22,000 0 0 0 0 0 12,000 Reseal Windows 0 0 0 0 34,000 0 0 0 0 0 340DO Miscellaneous Energy Saving Projects 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25,000 0 0 25:000 53,W0 $47,000 $0 5265,000 $46,000 $0 $0 $25.000 $0 $0 $386,DDO Building Nine Human Rnources 0C.-mity C-elopmentlPLANNING\Mansb.V,ALong Range\Comp Plant2022 WOrk1CFE-Capital Facilities Element%CFE Minor Update\Funding%2022-2031 REET 1 12.27(version 1).xtsx 3 of 4 REET 1 Capital Improvement Program @ 12.27.2021 for 2022-2031 Ware,Heater Replacement 1,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 D 0 1,000 Replace Carpet 0 0 0 0 23,000 0 0 0 0 0 23,000 Miscellaneous Bu ilding Maintenance 0 0 0 0 12,000 D 0 0 0 0 12,011 Extedor Paint 0 0 0 0 0 12,000 0 0 0 0 12,ODO Miscellaneous Energy Saving Projects 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13,000 0 0 13,000 $11000 $0 $0 $0 - $35,000 $12,000 $0 $13.ODO $0 $0 $61,000 ,all New LED lighting in cells with night lighl 120,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 120,000 Replace Window Sealant/Add Flashing 0 11,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11,000 Waterproof Walkway and Generator Wall-euery4 years 0 6,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6,000 Elevator Mach Room Wall Heater 0 0 0 0 "000 0 0 0 D 0 7,000 Wall/Calling/Trim/Door Paint except new addn. 0 0 0 0 112100, 0 D 0 0 0 112:000 Miscellaneous Building Maintenance 0 0 0 0 S6,D00 0 0 0 0 0 56,000 Waterproof Walkway and Generator Wall-every4 years 0 0 0 0 0 6.000 0 0 0 0 6,000 Control Panel/Room update 0 0 0 0 0 373,000 0 0 0 0 173,OW Epoxy Floors 0 0 0 0 0 0 189,000 0 0 0 189,000 Grease Interceptor Relocating 0 0 0 0 0 0 89,000 0 0 0 89,000 Miscellaneous Energy Saving Projects 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 121,000 0 0 121,OW Add/Replace Cameras 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 162,000 0 162,000 Roohop Skylight Replacement 0 D 0 0 0 0 O 0 25,000 0 25,000 Repair/Replace Electric Door Operators 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 162,000 0 162,000 $120,000 $17,000 $0 $0 $175,000 $379,000 $278,000 $121,000 $349,000 50 $1,439,ODO Courd- New Security Sys tem 3,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3,OOD HVAC 1st Floor 0 52,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12,010 Replace Carpet 0 0 53,000 0 0 0 D 0 0 0 53,OW Interior Paint 0 0 S3,D00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 53,000 Renovate Office Areas on Main&Second Flr. 0 0 758,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 D 758,000 New Elevator Electric 0 0 0 7,000 0 0 0 0 D 0 7,000 Miscellanmus Building Maintenance 0 0 0 0 56,000 0 0 0 0 0 56,000 Replace Historic Windows 0 0 0 0 0 299,000 0 0 0 0 219,OOD Miscellaneous Energy Saving Projects 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 61,000 0 0 61,000 Conceal Wiring 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 230,W0 230,000 Camera Surveillance 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 143,000 143:100 Elevator Replacement 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 348,ODO 348000 $3,000 552,000 $864,000 $71000 $56,000 $299,000 $0 $61,000 $0 $721,000 $2,063,000 Juvenile Detention Facility Reside inside recreation 0 0 0 44,000 0 D 0 0 0 0 44,000 Replace Wood Ra mp 0 0 0 22,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 22,000 Replace Control PanelW/integrated System 0 0 0 W." 0 D 0 0 0 0 50,000 Miscellaneous Building Maintenance 0 0 0 0 12,000 0 0 0 0 0 12,000 Hot Water Rec"Pump 0 0 0 0 0 6,000 0 0 0 0 6,DOD Miscellaneous Energy Saving Projects 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37,000 0 0 37,000 Wall/Celling/Trim/Door Paint 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 D 7,000 0 7,DOB Roof repair 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50,00D 50,000 $0 $0 $0 $116,000 $12,000 $6,000 $0 $37,000 $7,000 $50,000 $228,000 Sheriffs Office New Security System 3,000 0 0 0 0 D. 0 0 0 0 3,000 Remodel 2nd Floor 0 412,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 432,000 HVAC Equip and Controls Replacement 0 0 175,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1750 0 D Miseeitaneous Building Maintenance 0 0 0 0 23,000 0 0 0 0 0 23,,000 Fence Repair 0 0 0 0 0 12,000 0 0 0 0 12,00D Miscellaneous Energy Saving Projects 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 61,OW 0 0 61,000 Well/Ceiling/Trim/Door Paint 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 28,000 28,000 $3,000 5412,000 $175,000 $0 $23,000 $12,000 $0 $61,000 $0 $28,000 $714,000 $herlR Rectory Building Miscellaneous Building Maintenance 10,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10'000 $10,000 $0 $0 $D $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $10,000 Building p1P Distrlct Court m Coplex Finish Phase 2 $75.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8]5,000 Caulk&paint 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13,000 13,000 $875,000 $0 $O $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $13,000 $mota0 Memorial Hall New front sliding door 12,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12,000 Replace windows 60,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10,010 Bep lace flooring 0 0 11,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11,000 Miscellaneous Building Maintenance 0 0 0 0 12,D00 0 0 0 0 0 12,000 Miscellaneous Energy Saving Projects 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37,000 0 0 37,000 72,000 0 11,000 0 12,000 0 0 37,000 0 0 132,000 New Storage Building Construct New Storage Building for Facilities&MCSO 0 309,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 309,000 0 309,0DO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 309,000 $1,205,000 $967,DDO $1,178,000 $492,000 $457,000 $722,000 $455,000 $464,000 $555,OD0 $825,OW $7,320,000 1ACommunity Development\PLANNING\Manam NAI-ong RangelComp Plan12022 Work1CFE-Capital Facilities Elenn-ACFE_Minor lJpdateTunding12022-2031 REET 1 12.27(version 1).x1sx 4 of 4 APPENDIX A REET 2 Capital Improvement Program @ 1.17.19 for 2019-2028 2018 1 2019 1 2020 2021 1 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2018-2028 District Budgeted Actual Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Total Beginning Fund Balance 353-000-000 $963,976 $2,128,388 2,391,969 2,447,441 1,563,700 1,478,006 634,708 680,199' 779,031 881,322 987,194 1,096,772 2,391,969 -Reserved Fund Balance $0 $D $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Total Beginning Fund Balance $963,976 $2,128,388 2,391,969 2,447,441 1,563,700 1,478,006 1 634,706 680,199 779,031 881,322 987,194 1,096,772 2,391,969 REET 2 Funding @ forcasted Increase of 3.5% $880,595 $1,218,735 $1,261,391 $1,305,540 $1,351,234 $1,398,527 i $1,447,475 $1,498,137. $1,550,572 $1,604,842 $1,661,011 $1,719,147 14,797,876 Other Mist Revenue $0 $0 Interest income $3,082 $43,077 4,415 4,569 4,729 4,895 5,066 5,243 5,427 5,617 5,814 6,017 51,793 Other Revenue Sources REET 2 1 Sandhill Park RCO Grant $57,902 - North Mason Field Renovation $231,335 $231,335 1 Belfair 5katepark 295,000 - - 295,000 1 Coulter Creek Park Boardwalk/View 208,725 208,725 1 Menards Landing Launch - - - - 62,000 63,500 - - 125,500 1 North Bay Trail 1 North Mason High Schaal Fields - - - - j 1,150,SDO - - - - - 1,150,500 1 Phillips Lake Park Amenities 1 Water Spray Park Development - - - - - 605,000 - - - 605,000 1 Latimer's Landing - 91,678 91,678 1 Mason Lake Park 82,053 - - 82,053 1 Oakland Bay Park 23,250 23,813 269,875 317,500 634,438 1 Rendsland Park - - 1 Sandhill Park 11,500 - 415,001 - - - 2,229,171 2,655,671 1 Watson Wlldwood County Park - - - - - - - - - 317,500 i 317,500 1-3 Shelton to Belfair Trail 1,270,000 1,270,000 2 SW Area Community Park Study - - - - - - - - - - 2 Truman Glick Improvements 2 Foothills Park - - - - - 2 Union Park 7,800 146,683 154,483 3 Jacoby Park 16,800 244,375 - 127,000 388,175 3 Shelton 5katepark - - - - 3 Sunset Park - - - - - - - - 476,250 476,250 3 MCRA improvements 3 MCRA Improvements 377,600 1,214,052 - 236,000 43,560 i - - 596,265 - 2,467,477 3 Walker Park 15,600 15,600 Add'I Funding Required for Plan 1,680,330 1,091,939 1,317,456 160,725 123,846 2,083,523 3,417,052 Total Resources $2,078,988 $3,679,437 4,070,275 3,757,SS0 4,150,515 5,367,816 4,860,689 1 4,440,374 2,581,005 2,702,940 7,000,682 9,671,087 39,054,558 I:\CFP\2019-2028 REET 2 1.17.19.xIsx2019-2028 REET 2 1.17.19.xlsx 1 of 6 REET 2 Capital Improvement Program @ 1.17.19 for 2019-2028 jQy$ 2019 2020 zozl = I 1w Im I I jQjg 242Z zov-zozs Budgeted PmDosed Actual Plan Plan Plan !'3 Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Total Expenditures/Uses Capital Improvement Projects: j Interfund Chg for Svcs/Budget 8,Fin $5,318 $5,352 5,325 5,325 5,325 5,325 5,325 5,325 5,325 5,325 5,325 5,325 53,250 State Audit Fees $8,175 $5,318 2,680 2,680 2,680 2,680 21680 2,680 2,680 2,680 2,680 2,680 26,800 Transfer out Rustlewood 411 $200,000 $200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,0D0 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 2,000,000 Transfer to Stormwater 480 Water Rights Plan Design - Skokomish Flood Plain Sewer Funding 413 - Transfer to Landfill 402 Transfer out to Facilities 146 Belfair W W Transfer Out 00 423 $8o0,DD0 $800,000 800,000 goo,o 800,000 800,000 800,000 800,000 8001000 800,000 800,000 800,000 8,000,000 Internal Labor Cost 74,845 74,845 149,690 Maintenance Tractors,Mowing Decks 80,000 82,400 84,872 87,418 90,041 92,742 95,124 98,390 101,342 812,728 Trails Development 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 1 50,000 50,000' 50,001 50,002 500,003 Capital Improvement Projects $231,335 $156,331 489,984 489,984 Coulter Creek Park Boardwalk/View - - - - - 417,450 - 417,450 Belfair Skatepark 590,000 590,000 Coulter Creek Park II Menards Landing Launch 124,000 127,000 _251,000 North Bay Trail 1,035,000 1,035,000 North Mason High School Fields 1,150,500 1,150,500 Phillips Lake Park Amenities - - 11,500 - - - - - - 11,500 Water Spray Park Development 1,210,000 1,210,000 Latimer's Landing - - - - - 366,713 366,713 Mason Lake Park 303,256 j 303,256 Oakland Bay Park - 93,000 95,250 539,750 635,000 1,363,000 Rendsland Park _ _ _ - 276,120 - 254,000 530,120 Sandhill Park $115,804 - 830,001 - - 63,500 4,458,341 5,351,842 Watson Wlldwood County Park 47,2D0 635,000 682,200 Shelton to Belfair Trail 115,000 2,540,000 2,655,000 Total District 81 1,991,501 2,063,820 1,930,706 217,000 222,250 3,143,250 6,349,054 15,917,581 SW Area Community Park Study _ - 62,0D0 63,500 125,500 Truman Glick Improvements - - - 157,734 157,734 Foothills Park - 34,500 277,61 312,171 Union Park 586,730 269,936 276,466 1,133,132 Total District 42 621,230 277,671 332 936 339,966 157,734 1,728,537 Jacoby Park Shorecrest Improvements Jacoby Park - - 67,200 977,500 - - - - 254,000 - 1,298,700 Shelton Skatepark - - - - - - Sunset Bluff Park 39,200 - - - - 952,500 991,700 MCRA Improvements 524,663 981,000 1,420,104 - 472,000 304,920' - 1,192,530 4,370,554 Walker Park 5,6D0 - 499,246 - - 504,846 Total District 99 981,000 1,532,104 977,500 971,246 304,920 1,446,530 952,500 1 7,165,800 Total Planned Expenditures $1,244,828 $1,287,468 1,622,832 2,193,850 2,672,509 4,733,208 4,180,489 3,661,343 1,699,683 1,715,745 5,903,910 8,460,902 36,844,373 Ending Fund Balance 5834,160 11,391,161 2,447,441 1,563,700 1,478,006 634,708 680,199 779,031 881,322 987,194 1,096,772 1,210,184 1,210,184 Total Uses $2,078,988 $3,679,437 4,070,275 3,757,550 4,150,515 5,367,816 4,860,689 1 4,440,374 j 2,581,005 2,702,940 7,000,692 9,671,087: 38,054,558 I:\CFP\2019-2028 REET 2 1.17.19.x1sx2019-2028 REET 2 1.17.19.xlsx 2 of 6 REET 2 Capital Improvement Program @ 1.17.19 for 2019-2028 3.00% 3.00% 3.00% 3.00%1 3.00% 3.00% ;.oc am t%m- 3.00% Match 2019 2020 2021 2022 LO L3 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2018-2028 'REVENUES Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Total 50%Belfair Skatepark - - - - 29S,000 - - - - 295,000 50%Shelton Skatepark 50%Coulter Creek Park Boardwalk/View 208,725 208,725 0%Maintenance Tractors,Mowing Decks 50%Menards Landing Launch 62,000 63,S00 125,500 0%North Bay Trail 100%North Mason High School Fields 1,150,500 1,1501 0%Phillips Lake Park Amenities - - - 0%SW Area Community Park Study - - - 50%Trails Development - - - - - - - - - 0%Truman Glick Improvements - - 50%Water Spray Park Development - 605,000 - - 605,000 813,/25 62,000' 63,500 - - 2,384,725 I- 0%Foothills Park Picnic Upgrades Trail 0%Foothills Park Site Plan - - 25%Jacoby Park Boat Ramp - - - 244,375 - - - _ - - 244,375 50%Jacoby Park Picnic&Site 127,000 _ 127,000I 25%,Jacoby Park Planning 16,800 l 16,6001 16.800 244,375 - - - - f:7.000 388,175 25%Latimers Landing Connector Trail - - - - - - 47,625 47,625 25%Latimers Landing Improvements 44,053 44,053 91,678 91,677 0%Mason Lake Park Picnic Shelter 0%Mason Lake Park Play Equipment 50%Mason Lake Park Upgrads 82,OS3 82,053 Mason Lake Skate Park p1 82,053 82,053 _ I 50%MCRA Improve Parking and Master Plan 1 - - - - - - - 596,265 - 596,265 50%MCRA Infield on 1,4,5 420,000 420,000 50%MCRA Irrigation - - 290,052 - - - - - - - 290,052 50%MCRA Lights on 42,&3&Batting Cage Repair - - - - 236,000 - - - - - 236,000 100%MCRA New Restroom Concession 377,600 _ _ _ 377,600 0%MCRA New Restroom Concession - - - - - - - 50%MCRA Spray Park - 50%MCRA Trail - - 43,560 43,560 50%.MCRA Turf 46&tt7 04,000 SO4,000 377,600 - 1,214,0521 - 236,000 43,5601 596,265 - 2,467,477 1:1CFP12019-2028 REET 2 1.17.19.xlsx2019-2028 REET 2 1.17.19.xlsx 3 of 6 REET 2 Capital Improvement Program @ 1.17.19 for 2019-2028 .Match 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 202J 2028 2017-2026 .REVENUES pJpg Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Total __. -. 25%Oakland Bay Historic Home Reno - - - - 23,250 23,813 - - 47,063 50%Oakland Bay Park Acquisition - - - - 2uJ,87S - 269,875 50%Oakland Bay Park Phase II - - 317,500 317,S00 - 73,250 23,813 269,975 317,500 634,438 .-. .. __ 0%Rendsland Park Phase I Site Day _ 04 Rendsland Park Phase II Site Dev 50%Sandhill Park Expansion - - 415,001 - - - - - - 415,001 SG%Sandhill Park Play Equipment 1,115,183 ' 1,115,183 100%Sandhill Park Play Expansion 11,500 11,500 0%Sandhill Park Play Expansion - - - - - _. -. 50%Sandhill Synthetic Multipurpose Field - - - - - - - - - 1,113,987 1,113,987 11,500 - - 415,001 - - - - - 2,229,171 2,655,671 50%Shelton to Belfair Trail - - - - - - - - 1,270,000 - 1,270,000 50%Shelton to Belfair Trail 0%Shelton to Belfair Trail Planning - - - - - - - - - - - - 1,270,000 1,270,0001 50%Sunset Bluff Development - - - - - - - - - - 476,250 476,250y 0%Sunset Bluff Park Site Plan - - - - - - - - - - 476,250 476,250 i 25%Union Boat Launch Renovation - - - 146,683 - - - - 146,683 0%Union Park Restroom 7,800 - - - - - 7,800 -- _- 7,800 - - 146,683 - - i 154,483 0%Walker Park Beach Access 100%Walker Park Septic 15,600 - - - - - - - - - 15,600 _. _. -- 0%Walker Park Septic - - - 0%Walker Park Improvements - - - - - - 15,600 15,600 So%Watson Wildwood Park Development 337,500 317,500 0%Watson Wildwood Park Site Plan - - - - - - - - - - - 317,500 317,500 412,500 - 1,230,852 806,0581 1,681,500 939,338 1 85,2501 87,313 1 2,263,140 3,432,099 1 10,938,049 1:1CFP\2019-2028 REET 2 1.17.19A=2019-2028 REET 2 1.17.19.xlsx 4 of 6 REET 2 Capital Improvement Program @ 1.17.19 for 2019-2028 EXPENDITURES 2019 2020 I 2021 I 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2018-2028 Plan Plan I Plan I Plan Plan I Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Total Belfair 5katepark - - - - 590,000 - - - - - 590,000 Shelton 5katepark - - - - - - - - - - - Coulter Creek Park Boardwalk/View - - - - - 417,450 - - - - 417,450 Maintenance Tractors,Mowing Decks - 80,000 82,400 84,872 87,418 90,041 92,742 95,524 98,390 101,342 812,728 Menards Landing Launch - - - - - - 124,000 127,000 - - 252,000 North Bay Trail - - - 1,035,000 - - - - - - 1,035,000 North Mason High School Fields - - - - 1,150,500 - - - - - 1,150,500 Phillips Lake Park Amenities - - - 11,500 - - - - - - 11,500 SW Area Community Park Study - - - - - - 62,000 63,500 - - 125,500 Trails Development - - - - - - - - - - - Truman Glick Improvements - - - - - - - - 1S7,734 - 163,934 Water Spray Park Development - - - 1,210,000 - - 1,210,000 80,000 82,4D0 1,131,372 1,827,918 1,717,491 278,742 286,024 256,124 101,342 5,768,612 Foothi115 Park Picnic Upgrades Trail - - - - - 277,671 - - - - 277,671 Foothills Park Site Plan 34,500 - - - 34,500 34,500 - 277,671 - - - - 312,171 Jacoby Park Boat Ramp - - - 977,500 - - - - - 977,500 Jacoby Park Picnic&Site - - - - - - - - 254,000 - 254,000 Jacoby Park Planning 67,2D0 67,200 - - 67,200 977,500 - - - - 254,000 - 1,298,700 Latimers Landing Connector Trail - - - - - - - - - 190,500 190,500 Latimers Landing Improvements 176,213 179,713 - - - - - - - - - 366,713 370,213 Mason Lake Park Picnic Shelter - - - - - 90,750 - - - - 90,750 Mason Lake Park Play Equipment - - - - - 48,400 - - - - 49,400 Mason Lake Park Upgrads - - - - - 164,106 - - - - 175,606 Mason Lake Skate Park#1 303,256 - - - - 314,756 MCRA Improve Parking and Master Plan - - - - - - - - 1,192,530 - 1,224,730 MCRA Infield on 1,4,5 - - 840,000 - - - - - - - 840,000 MCRA Irrigation - - 580,104 - - - - - - - 580,104 MCRA Lights on#2,&3&Batting Cage Repair - - - - 472,000 - - - - - 472,000 MCRA New Restroom Concession - - - - - 217,800 - - - - 217,800 MCRA Spray Park - - - - - - - - - MCRA Trail - - - - - 87,120 - - - - 87,120 MCRA Turf#6&#7 981,000 981,000 - 981,000 1,420,104 - 472,000 304,920 - - 1,192,530 - 4,402,754 I:\CFP\2019-2028 REET 2 1.17.19.xIsx2019-2028 REET 2 1.17.19.xlsx 5 of 6 REET 2 Capital Improvement Program @ 1.17.19 for 2019-2028 EXPENDITURES 2019 12020 2021 1 2022 2023 2024 2025 2O266 2027 2028 2017-2026 Plan Plan Plan plan Plan Plan Plan i n Plan Plan Total Oakland Bay Historic Home Reno - - - - - - 93,000 95,250 - - 188,250 Oakland Bay Park Acquisition - - - - - - - - 539,750 - 539,750 Oakland Bay Park Phase II - - - 635,000 635,000 - - - - - 93,000 95,250 539,750 635,000 1,363,000 Rendsland Park Phase I Site Dev - - - 276,120 - - - - - 276,120 Rendsland Park Phase II Site Dev - 254,000 254,000 - - - - 276,120 - - - - 254,000 530,120 Sandhill Park Expansion - - - 830,001 - - - - - - 838,101 Sandhill Park Play Equipment - - - - - - - - - 2,230,366 2,230,366 Sandhill Park Play Expansion - - - - - - - 63,500 - 63,500 Sandhill Synthetic Multipurpose Field - - 2,227,975 2,227,975 830,001 - - - - 63,500 4,458,341 5,359,942 Shelton to Belfair Trail - - - - - - - 2,540,000 - 2,540,000 Shelton to Belfair Trail - - - - - - - - - - Shelton to Belfair Trail Planning 115,DOD - 115,000 115,000 - - - - 2,540,000 - 2,655,000 Sunset Bluff Development - - - - - - - - - 952,500 952,500 Sunset Bluff Park Site Plan 39,200 39,200 - - 39,200 - - - - - 952,500 991,700 Union Boat Launch Renovation - - - 586,730 - - - - - - 586,730 Union Park Restroom 269,936 276,466 547,902 - 586,730 - - 269,936 276,466 - - 1,134,632 Walker Park Beach Access - - 5,600 - - - - - - - 5,600 Walker Park Septic - - - - - - - - 193,500 Walker Park Improvements - 499,246 - - 499,246 S,6D0 - 499,246 - - - - - 698,346 Watson Wildwood Park Development - - - - - - - - - 635,000 635,000 Watson Wildwood Park Site Plan 47,200 - - 47,200 47,200 - - 635,000 682,200 1,061,000 1,614,504 3,675,103 3,122,484 2,603,338 641,678 657,740 4,845,904 7,402,895 25,882,146 I:kCFP\2019-2028 REET 2 1.17.19.xIsx2019-2028 REET 2 1.17.19.xlsx 6 of 6 APPENDIX A Mason County Rural Counties(.og)Fund Capital Improvements Plan @ 20/22/29 Type 1 gPPlan aoia Actual 192-0 2P23 29" 20-23 20� _S 39i4 -8 2M 144LO 7s3- a.22-2-3x 1 Proposed I Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Total1 RevenueslResourcesl I Beginning Balance $478,632 $669,294 1 $720,525 $776,687 $875,181 s971,727 $1,095,253 $1,246,649 52,426,837 s1,636,768 $1,981,398 $2,356,220 $2,762,291 $3,200,704 $669,294 Rural Counties Sales 8,Use Taxi 659,289 787,8571 700,000 728,000 724,500 749,858 776,103 803,166 831,380 860,479 890,59S 921,766 954,028 987,419 7,852,0381 I Interest lncomel 1648 157101 3500 a82o 1811 1875 1940 2008 2078 2151 2226 2304 2385 1469 35,12o i Total Resourcesi s4239,569 S4472,86a i S2,424,025 s2,5o6,5a7 s2,6o2,493 s2,723,459 s1,873,296 $2,051,924 $2,26o,295 $2,499,398 $2,874,220 $3,280,291 s3,718,704 s4,190,591 S8,556,452 I I I ExpenditureslUsesl 2576 15761 t393 1 Interfund Chg for Servicesi 83t2 83t21 3061 1 Economic Development Councils s68,000 s68,000 1 s68,000 s68,000 t68,000 s68,000 s68,000 s68,000 s68,000 s68,000 s68,000 s68,000 s68,000 s68,000 68o,000l Add'I EDC Funds) - I - - - - - - - - - - - - . I BelfairWW Reclamation Systems 450,000 450,0001 450,000 450,000 450,000 45o,000 450,000 450,000 450,000 450,000 4So,000 4So,000 450,000 450,000 4,500,0001 City of5helton Regional Sewer) 234,448 234,4481 t14,885 223,325 -,766 210,2o6 to8,647 207,087 105,528 0 0 0 0 0 ,005,891 Total Planned Expenditures s762,336 S762,336 I S637,339 S631,325 s629,766 S628,2o6 S626,647 s625,087 S623,528 $518,000 s518,0oo s528,000 s528,000 s528,o0o $6,.85,89.1 Total Ending Fund Balancel 4377,233 $720625 I $776,687 S87S,181 s974727 S1,09S,253 s1,246,649 St,426,837 st,636,768 S1,981,398 $2,356,220 $2,762,291 $1,200,704 $1,672,591 S2,370,562 i Total Usesi 52,139,569 S1,472,861i$1,414,025 $1,5o6,507 st,6ot,493 51,723,459 $1,873,296 s2,o51,924 s2,26o,295 s2,499,398 S2,874,220 S3,280,291 S3,718,704 $4119 01 5 91 $8,556,452 Mason County agreed to make annual payments for 20 years to City of Shelton for Regional Sewer.First payment is in 2007 and the last payment is 2026. Revenue Forecast assumes a3.5%annual increase.DOR pro/'ects retail sales tax receipt growth at'27 @ 4.6%,'18 @ 3.7%,1g'@ 4.S%,'20 @ 4.1%,&'21 @ 4.0% Under current funding legislation,the.og Sales Tax Credit for Rural Counties will end in the year 09/01/2032. December 23,2016 Mason County Commissioners approved s68,000 each ye-far 2027&2018 for the Mason County Economic Development Council. November S,2013 Mason County Commissioners approved an additional 5215,000 for 2013&an additional f 125,-far 2124,s350,000 for 2015 and s450,000 for 2o16 and beyond for the Belfair Wastewater Water Reclamation System. There is not a formal award through the.og process for these amounts. I:\CFP\2019-2028.09 Plan 10.22.19.xlsx MASON COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS—COMMISSIONER BRIEFING March 14, 2022 Briefing Items • News Release for United Ways Days of Caring—Free Dump Vouchers • Private Line Occupancy Permit for existing waterline running under and across NE North Shore Road for address 1749,parcel 32230-11-90030. • Approval of CRP 2035- Boyer Road and CRP 2036- Snider Road, converting gravel roads to chip seal (requesting at the March 14, 2022 Commission Meeting to move forward at the March 15, 2022 Commission Meeting). Discussion Items Commissioner Follow-Up Items Upcoming Calendar/Action Items Attendees: Commissioners: Public Works: Other Dept. Staff: Public: _Randy Neatherlin _Loretta Swanson _Kevin Shutty _Mike Collins _Sharon Trask _Richard Dickinson Other(list below): NEWS RELEASE March 29, 2022 MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 411 NORTH 5th ST SHELTON, WA. 98584 (360) 427-9670 EXT. 419 TO: KMAS, KRXY, SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL, MASONWEB-TV, THE OLYMPIAN, SHELTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, NORTH MASON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, CITY OF SHELTON, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL, THE SUN RE: 2022 United Ways Days of Caring — Free Dump Vouchers In partnership with Mason County Public Works and Republic Services, United Way of Mason County will be handing out vouchers for the 2022 Days of Caring. Vouchers will be handed out to 200 Mason County residents, on a first-come first-serve basis to be redeemable at the Mason County Landfill at 501 E Eells Hill Road, Shelton, WA. Starting March 30, 2022 vouchers will be available Monday-Friday 10am-2pm at the United Way of Mason County's office located at 536 W Railroad Ave, Shelton WA. To receive a voucher you must fill out the required paper work, have a valid ID and proof of Mason County address. Vouchers will only cover 2,000lbs of household garbage. For any questions, please contact United Way of Mason County at (360) 426-4999 and for rules and restrictions for household garbage (360) 427-9670, Ext. 199. More information regarding the voucher process and items covered and not covered by the voucher is available on the Mason County Utilities and Waste Management/Solid Waste webpage. BOARD OF MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Kevin Shutty, Sharon Trask, Randy Neatherlin, Chair Vice Chair Commissioner MASON COUNTY BRIEFING ITEM SUMMARY FORM TO: BOARD OF MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS FROM: Mike Collins P.E. County Engineer DEPARTMENT: Public Works EXT: 450 BRIEFING DATE: March, 14 2022 INTERNAL REVIEW (please check all that apply): ❑ Budget/Finance ❑ Human Resources X Legal i I Information Technology ❑ Other— please explain ITEM: Private Line Occupancy Permit EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: W. Pierre Andrade has applied for a Private Line Occupancy Permit for an existing unpermitted underground power and waterline that has been hit several times through the years underneath the North Shore Road. The homeowner's property is located at 17491 NE North Shore Road (parcel number 32230-11-90030). The waterline serves three homes. This permit will cover the relocation of the new power and waterline that runs under the North Shore Road (see attached map). BUDGET IMPACT: No budget impacts. An application fee of $200 has been paid to process the proposed Private Line Occupancy Permit. RECOMMENDED OR REQUESTED ACTION: Recommend the Board approve the Private Line Occupancy Permit granting permission for the existing waterline running under and across NE North Shore Road for address 17491, parcel number 32230-11-90030. Attachments: 1. PLO w/vicinity Map (A-4) IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF W. Pierre Andrade FOR A PRIVATE LINE UTILITY OCCUPANCY PERMIT TO CONSTRUCT, OPERATE, AND MAINTAIN Waterline and water pump electrical line ALONG AND UNDER North Shore Road A COUNTY MAINTAINED ROAD LOCATED IN MASON COUNTY, WASHINGTON Application of W. Pierre Andrade with principal residence located at 1005 Short St,Steilacoom,WA 98388,by and through W. Pierre Andrade, for a private line utility occupancy permit to construct, operate and maintain a private waterline under county roads and highways in Mason County, Washington,as set forth in attached Exhibit"A",having come before the County Commissioners of Mason County, Washington during a regularly scheduled public meeting,on the day of ,20_,and that it is in the public interest to allow the private line utility occupancy permit herein granted; NOW THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED that a non-exclusive private line utility occupancy permit be, and the same is hereby given and granted to operator,and its successors and assigns, hereinafter referred to as the "Permittee", for a period commencing from and after the date of the entry of this order for the purposes, at the location(s), and upon the express terms and conditions as described herein, and terminating as provided herein. I. DEFINITIONS For the purposes of this private line utility occupancy permit, terms, phrases, words, and their derivations not defined herein that are defined in Title 12 of the Mason County Code or the Manual on Accommodating Utilities in the Mason County Right-of-Way published by the County Engineer(the"Manual"), shall have the same meaning or be interpreted as provided in Title 12 of the Mason County Code or the Manual. Words not defined here, in Title 12 of the Mason County Code or the Manual shall have their ordinary meaning. A reference to Title 12 of the Mason County Code or the Manual refers to the same as may be amended, revised, updated, re-enacted or re-codified from time to time. II. GRANT The County of Mason(hereafter the"County")hereby grants to the Permittee a non-exclusive private line utility occupancy permit(hereinafter"Permit")which, once it becomes effective shall authorize the Permittee to enter upon the road rights-of-way located within the Permit Area for the purpose of maintaining,repairing,replacing, which grant shall be limited to the following described purpose(s):Provide water distribution for a 3 party well for tax parcels: 32230-11-90030,32230-11-90060 & 32230-11-00020. 1 Such grant is subject to and must be exercised in strict accordance with and subject to this Permit, Title 12 of the Mason County Code, the Manual and all applicable laws, rules, regulations and ordinances. Permittee's exercise of any rights granted pursuant to the Permit is subject to the exercise of the County's police powers, and other regulatory powers as it may have or obtain in the future. No rights shall pass to the Permittee by implication. This Permit does not include permission to enter into or upon the road rights-of-way for any purposes others than the purposes expressly described herein. Permittee has a duty to notify the County of any change in use or condition of the utility facilities that may affect the status of the utility facilities as(a)private line(s)or the impact of the utility facilities upon the road rights-of-way. III. UTILITY PERMIT REQUIRED Permittee shall not commence or perform work to install, construct, maintain repair, replace adjust, connect, disconnect, rebuild, or relocate its utility facilities within the road rights-of- way (hereafter collectively or individually the "Work"), without first applying for, paying all associated fees, and obtaining a utility permit as required pursuant to Title 12 of the Mason County Code. In any utility permit so issued, the County may impose, as a condition of the granting the utility permit, such conditions and regulations as may be necessary for the protection, preservation and management of the road rights-of-way, including, by way of example and not limitation, for the purpose of protecting any structures in the road rights-of-way, maintaining proper distance from other utilities, ensuring the proper restoration of such road rights-of-way and structures, and for the protection of the County and the public and the continuity of pedestrian and vehicular traffic. Permittee shall first file with the County Engineer its application for a utility permit to do such Work together with plans and specifications showing at a minimum: A. The position,depth and location of all such utility facilities sought to be constructed, laid, installed or erected at that time, showing their relative position to existing county roads, rights-of-way or other county property upon plans drawn to scale, hereinafter collectively referred to as the"map of definite location; B. The class and type of material and equipment to be used, manner of excavation, construction, installation, backfill, erection of temporary structures, erection of permanent structures, traffic control,traffic turnouts and road obstructions; C. The manner in which the utility facility is to be installed; D. Measures to be taken to preserve safe and free flow of traffic; E. Structural integrity of the roadway, bridge, or other structure; F. Specifications for the restoration of the county road, right-of-way or other county property in the event that the road right of way will be disturbed by the Work; and 2 G. Provision for ease of future road maintenance and appearance of the roadway. Provision shall be made for known or planned expansion of the utility facilities, particularly those located underground or attached to bridges or other structures within the road right-of- way. The location,alignment and depth of the utility facilities shall conform with said map of definite location, except in instances in which deviation may be allowed thereafter in writing by the County Engineer pursuant to application by Permittee. All such Work shall be subject to the approval of and shall pass the inspection of the County Engineer. The Permittee shall pay all costs of and expenses incurred in the examination, inspection and approval of such work on account of granting the said utility permits. IV. RESTORATION OF ROAD RIGHT OF WAY In any Work which disturbs or causes damage to the road rights-of-way subject to this Permit, public or private property,the Permittee shall at its own expense and with all convenient speed, complete the work to repair and restore the county road right-of-way, or the public or private property so disturbed or damaged, and leave the same in as good or better condition as before the Work was commenced, to the reasonable satisfaction of the County Engineer. The Permittee shall pay all costs of and expenses incurred in the examination, inspection and approval of such restoration or repair. The County Commissioners and/or County Engineer may at any time do, order or have done any and all work that they consider necessary to restore to a safe condition such County road right-of-way or other County property left by the Permittee or its agents in a condition dangerous to life or property,and the Permittee,upon demand, shall pay to the County all costs of such work. V. PERMITTEE WORK IN RIGHT OF WAY Permittee expressly agrees and understands that,with regard to Work within the road rights-of- way: A. All of Permittee's utility facilities and Work within the road rights-of-way or other County property shall be performed in compliance with the provisions of Title 12 MCC, the Manual, the administrative regulations adopted by the County Engineer, other County-established requirements for placement of utility facilities in road rights-of-way, including the specific location of utility facilities in the road rights-of-way, and all applicable laws, rules,regulations and ordinances; B. In preparing plans and specifications for the Work the Permittee shall use the Manual. Prior to commencement of any Work, Permittee shall submit such plans and specifications to the County Engineer for review and approval together with the adequate exhibit depicting the existing or proposed location of the utility facility in relation to the road, 3 including right-of-way or easement lines; relationship to currently planned road revisions, if applicable; and all locations and situations for which deviations in depth of cover (including the proposed method of protection)or other locational standards that are anticipated; C. All Work subject to this Permit shall be done in such a manner as not to interfere, other than in ways approved by the County, with the construction, operation and maintenance of other utilities,public or private,drains,drainage ditches and structures,irrigation ditches and structures, located therein,nor with the grading or improvements of such County roads,rights- of-way or other County property; D. The owners and operators of all utility facilities (public or private) installed in the Permit Area or other county property prior in time to the utility facilities of the Permittee, shall have preference as to the alignment and location of such utilities so installed with respect to the Permittee. Such preference shall continue in the event of the necessity of relocating or changing the grade of any such county road or right-of-way; E. Permittee shall perform the Work and operate its utility facilities in a manner that minimizes interference with the use of the road rights-of-way by others, including others that may be installing utility facilities; and F. The County may require that Permittee's utility facilities be installed at a particular time, at a specific place, or in a particular manner as a condition of access to a particular road or road right-of-way;may deny access if a Permittee is not willing to comply with the County's requirements;and may remove, or require removal of,any utility facility that is not installed in compliance with the requirements established by the County,or which is installed without prior County approval of the time, place, or manner of installation and charge the Permittee for all the costs associated with removal; and may require Permittee to cooperate with others to minimize adverse impacts on the road and road rights-of-way through joint trenching and other arrangements. G. The County may inspect the utility facilities at any time reasonable under the circumstances to ensure compliance with this Permit and applicable law, including to ensure that the private line utility facilities are constructed and maintained in a safe condition. If an unsafe condition is found to exist, the County, in addition to taking any other action permitted under applicable law, may order the Permittee, in writing, to make the necessary repairs and alterations specified therein forthwith to correct the unsafe condition on a time-table established by the County which is reasonable in light of the unsafe condition. The County has the right to correct, inspect, administer, and repair the unsafe condition if the Licensee fails to do so, and to charge the Permittee therefor. The right of the County to conduct such inspections and order or make repairs shall not be construed to create an obligation therefore, and such obligation to construct and maintain its utility facilities in a safe condition shall at all times remain the sole obligation of the Permittee. 4 H. When required by the County, Permittee shall make information available to the public regarding any Work involving the ongoing installation, construction, adjustment, relocation, repair or maintenance of its utility facilities sufficient to show(1)the nature of the work being performed; (2)where it is being performed; (3) its estimated completion date; and (4)progress to completion. I. PERMITTEE IS PLACED ON NOTICE THAT FIBER OPTIC COMMUNICATIONS, POWER, CONTROL SYSTEMS, OTHER TYPES OF CABLES AND PIPELINES MAY BE BURIED ON THE RIGHT OF WAY. Before beginning any underground work, Permittee will contact the appropriate personnel to have such facilities located and make arrangements as to protective measures that must be adhered to prior to the commencement of any work within the road and road rights-of-way. In addition to the liability terms elsewhere in this Agreement, Permittee shall indemnify and hold the County and its elected and appointed officers, employees and agents harmless against and from all cost, liability, and expense whatsoever(including,without limitation,attorney's fees and court costs and expenses) arising out of or in any way contributed to by any act or omission of Permittee, its contractor,agents and/or employees,that cause or in any way or degree contribute to(1)any damage to or destruction of any such facilities by Permittee,and/or its contractor,agents and/or employees, on the County's property, (2)any injury to or death of any person employed by or on behalf of any entity, and/or its contractor, agents and/or employees, on the road rights-of- way, and/or (3) any claim or cause of action for alleged loss of profits or revenue, or loss of service,by a customer or user of services or products of such company(ies). J. Permittee shall continuously be a member of the State of Washington one number locator service under RCW 19.122, or an approved equivalent, and shall comply with all such applicable rules and regulations. K. Except in the event of emergency as described below, Permittee and its agents may not enter upon the permit area to perform work for which a utility permit is required,unless and except upon two-business days notice to the County Engineer. L. In the event of an emergency involving the threat of imminent harm to persons or property, and for purposes of taking immediate corrective action, Permittee and its agents may enter the Permit Area without advance notice to the County as long as such entry is for the sole purpose of addressing the emergency; provided however, that if any entry for such purposes would require issuance of a utility permit, Permittee shall give the County verbal or telephonic notice of the places where and the manner in which entry is required prior to such entry, promptly followed by written notice. In all cases, notice to the County shall be given as far in advance as practical prior to entry or as soon as practicable after entry upon the road right-of- way. M. Permittee shall promptly reimburse the County for its reasonable and direct costs incurred in responding to an emergency that is caused,created by or attributable to the presence, construction,maintenance,repair,or operation of Permittee's utility facilities in the road rights- of-way. 5 N. If,during any Work,Permittee or its agents discover scientific or historic artifacts,Permittee or its agents shall immediately notify the County of said discovery and shall protect such artifacts in a manner as specified by the County. Any such artifact shall be the property of the County if the County wishes to own it. VI. PROTECTION OF PUBLIC All Work done under this Permit shall be done in a thorough and workman-like manner. In the performance of any Work, including without limitation, the opening of trenches and the tunneling under county roads, right-of way or other county property, the Permittee shall leave such trenches, ditches and tunnels in such a way as to interfere as little as possible with public travel and shall take all due and necessary precautions to guard the same, so that damage or injury shall not occur or arise by reason of such Work; and where any of such trenches,ditches and tunnels are left open at night,the Permittee shall place warning lights,barricades and other appropriate protective devices at such a position as to give adequate warning of such Work. The Permittee shall be liable for any injury to person or persons or damage to property sustained arising out of its carelessness or neglect, or through any failure or neglect to properly guard or give warning of any trenches, ditches or tunnels dug or maintained by the Permittee. VII. POLICE POWERS The County,in granting this Permit,does not waive any rights which it now has or may hereafter acquire with respect to county roads, rights-of-way or other county property and this Permit shall not be construed to deprive the county of any powers, rights or privileges which it now has or may hereafter acquire to regulate the use of and to control the county roads,right-of-way and other county property covered by this Permit. The County retains the right to administer and regulate activities of the Permittee up to the fullest extent of the law. The failure to reserve a particular right to regulate, or reference a particular regulation, shall not be interpreted by negative implication or otherwise to prevent the application of a regulation to the Permittee. VIII. RELOCATION Permittee shall, in the course of any Work, comply with the following requirements: A. The Permittee shall,by a time specified by the County,protect,support,temporarily disconnect, relocate, or remove any of its utility facilities when required by the County by reason of traffic conditions; public safety; road right-of-way construction; road right-of-way repair (including resurfacing or widening); change of road right-of-way grade; construction, installation, or repair of County-owned sewers, drains, water pipes, power lines, signal lines, tracks, communications system, other public work, public facility, or improvement of any government-owned utility; road right-of-way vacation; or for any other purpose where the County work involved would be aided by the removal or relocation of the utility facilities. Collectively, such matters are referred to below as the "public work." 6 Permittee acknowledges and understands that any delay by Permittee in performing the above described work may delay, hinder, or interfere with the work performed by the County and its contractors and subcontractors done in furtherance of such Public Work and result in damage to the County, including but not limited to, delay claims. Permittee shall cooperate with the County and its contractors and subcontractors to coordinate such Permittee work to accommodate the Public Work project and project schedules to avoid delay, hindrance of, or interference with the Public Work. The County shall make available to the Permittee a copy of the Six Year Transportation Program and the County's annual construction program after adoption each year. It is anticipated these programs will aid the Permittee in planning construction programs. B. Permittee has a duty to protect its utility facilities from work performed by the County within the road rights-of-way. The rights granted to the Permittee herein do not preclude the County, its employees, contractors, subcontractors, and agents from blasting, grading, excavating, or doing other necessary road work contiguous to Permittee's utility facilities; providing that, the Permittee shall be given a minimum of forty-eight (48) hours notice of said blasting or other work in order that the Permittee may protect its utility facilities. C. In the event of an emergency, or where the utility facility creates or is contributing to an imminent danger to health, safety, or property, the County may protect, support, temporarily disconnect, remove, or relocate any or all parts of the utility facility without prior notice, and charge the Permittee for costs incurred. D. If any Person that is authorized to place facilities in the road right of way requests the Permittee to protect, support, temporarily disconnect, remove, or relocate the Permittee's utility facilities to accommodate the construction, operation, or repair of the facilities of such other person, the Permittee shall, after 30 days'advance written notice,take action to effect the necessary changes requested; provided that, if such project is related to or competes with Permittee's service,or if the effect of such changes would be to permanently deprive Permittee of the beneficial enjoyment of this Permit for its intended purposes through interference with the operation of Permittee's utility facilities or otherwise, Permittee shall not be required to relocate its utility facilities. Unless the matter is governed by a valid contract or a state or federal law or regulation, or unless the Permittee's utility facilities were not properly installed, the reasonable cost of the same shall be borne by the Person requesting the protection, support, temporary disconnection,removal, or relocation at no charge to the County,even if the County makes the request for such action. E. The Permittee shall, on the request of any person holding a valid permit issued by a governmental authority, temporarily raise or lower its wires to permit the moving of buildings or other objects. The expense of such temporary removal or raising or lowering of wires shall be paid by the person requesting the same. 7 The County of Mason will accept liability for direct and actual damages to said Permittee that are the result of the negligence of Mason County, its trustees, officers, employees, contractors, subcontractors or agents while performing County improvement or Public Works projects enumerated in Section VIII, paragraph B. Direct and actual damages are specifically limited to physical damage to properly installed and located infrastructure of the Permittee and the cost to repair such physical damage. Mason County retains the right to assert all applicable defenses in the event of a dispute including contributory_negligence on the part of the Permittee. Mason County shall in no way be liable for incidental damages claimed to arise from such actions. All Work to be performed by the Permittee under this section shall pass the inspection of the County Engineer. The Permittee shall pay all costs of and expenses incurred in the examination, inspection and approval of such work. IX. PRESERVATION OF MONUMENTS/MARKERS Before any Work is performed under this permit which may affect any existing monuments or markers of any nature relating to subdivisions,plats,roads and all other surveys, the Permittee shall reference all such monuments and markers. The reference points shall be so located that they will not be disturbed during the Permittee's Work and operations under this Permit. The method of referencing these monuments or other points to be referenced shall be approved by the County Engineer. The replacement of all such monuments or markers disturbed during construction shall be made as expeditiously as conditions permit in accordance with RCW 58.24 and WAC 332-120, and as directed by the County Engineer. The cost of monuments or other markers lost, destroyed,or disturbed,and the expense of replacement by approved monuments shall be borne by the Permittee. A complete set of reference notes for monument and other ties shall be filed with the office of the Mason County Engineer. X. VACATION OF ROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY If at any time the County shall vacate any County road or right-of-way or other County Property which is subject to rights granted by this Permit and said vacation shall be for the purpose of acquiring the fee or other property interest in said road or right-of-way for the use of the County, in either its proprietary or governmental capacity, then the Board of Mason County Commissioners may,at its option,and by giving thirty(30)days written notice to the Permittee, terminate this Permit with reference to such county road right-of-way or other County property so vacated,and the County of Mason shall not be liable for any damages or loss to the Permittee by reason of such termination. It has been the practice of Mason County to reserve easements for utilities at the time of road vacation, and will continue to be the practice until such time the Board of Mason County Commissioners direct a change of practice. 8 XI. FINANCIAL SECURITY A. Insurance It is intended that the following insurance requirements shall apply to the person performing the Work in the road right-of-way. Permittee and Permittee's contractors shall not perform or cause to be performed any Work, unless and until Permittee (to the extent Permittee performs any of the Work in the road right-of-way) or its contractors (to the extent Permittee's contractor performs any of the Work in the road right-of-way) provide certificates of insurance evidencing that Permittee or Permittee's contractors are in compliance with the following requirements, including,maintaining insurance in at least in the following amounts: 1. COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY insurance to cover liability, bodily injury, and property damage. The Commercial General Liability insurance shall be written on an occurrence basis, with an aggregate limit location endorsement for the Permit Area, and shall provide coverage for any and all costs, including defense costs, and losses and damages resulting from personal injury, bodily injury and death, property damage, products liability and completed operations arising out of the Work. Coverage must be written with the following limits of liability: Bodily and Personal Injury&Property Damage $ 1,000,000 per Occurrence $ 2,000,000 aggregate 2 WORKERS'COMPENSATION insurance shall be maintained by Permittee's contractor to comply with statutory limits for all employees,and in the case any work is sublet, the contractor shall require its subcontractors similarly to provide workers' compensation insurance for all the employees. 3. COMPREHENSIVE AUTO LIABILITY insurance shall include owned, hired, and non-owned vehicles on an occurrence basis with coverage of at least $500,000 per occurrence. The required insurance shall be maintained from the time that Work in the road right-of-way commences until the Work is complete and the utility permit issued for said Work has been released by the County Engineer, or his or her designee. If the Permittee or its contractors and subcontractors do not have the required insurance, the County may require such entities to stop operations until the insurance is obtained and approved. Permittee shall, or shall cause its contractors to, file with the application for a utility permit, certificates of insurance reflecting evidence of the required insurance in a form and content approved by the County's Risk Manager. All coverage shall be listed on one certificate with the same expiration dates. 9 The certificates shall contain a provision that coverages afforded under these policies will not be canceled until at least 30 days'prior written notice has been given to the County. In the event that the insurance certificate provided indicates that the insurance shall terminate or lapse during the period of the Work, then, in that event, the Permittee shall furnish, at least 30 days prior to the expiration of the date of such insurance, a renewed certificate of insurance as proof that equal and like coverage has been or will be obtained prior to any such lapse or termination during the balance of the period of the Permit. The County reserves the right, during the term of the Permit, to require any other insurance coverage or adjust the policy limits as it deems reasonably necessary utilizing sound risk management practices and principals based upon the loss exposures. Each insurance policy required pursuant to this Permit shall be primary and non-contributing as respects any coverage maintained by the County and shall include an endorsement reflecting the same. Any other coverage maintained by County shall be excess of this coverage herein defined as primary and shall not contribute with it. The certificate of insurance must reflect that the above wording is included in all such policies. Each insurance policy obtained pursuant to this Permit shall be issued by financially sound insurers who may lawfully do business in the State of Washington with a financial rating at all times during coverage of no less than rating of"A" and a class of"X" or better in the latest edition of`Best's Key Rating Guide"published by A.M.Best Company,or such other financial rating or rating guide approved in writing by the County's risk manager. In the event that at any time during coverage, the insurer does not meet the foregoing standards, Permittee shall give or shall cause its contractors to give prompt notice to the County and shall seek coverage from an insurer that meets the foregoing standards. The County reserves the right to change the rating or the rating guide depending upon the changed risks or availability of other suitable and reliable rating guides. Comprehensive general liability insurance policies and coverage obtained pursuant to this Permit shall include an endorsement (standard ISO form CG 24-17) deleting all exclusions for work or incidents occurring within any distance from a railroad track or railroad property, or on, over, or under a railroad track. Insurance policies required pursuant to this Permit shall have no non-standard exclusions unless approved of by the County Risk Manager or designee. Commercial general liability insurance policies obtained pursuant to this Permit shall name the County as an additional insured without limitation,pursuant to an endorsement approved of by the County's Risk Manager or designee. Permittee or Permittee's Contractors' insurers, through policy endorsement, shall waive their rights of subrogation against the County for all claims and suits. The certificate of insurance must reflect this waiver of subrogation rights endorsement. 10 B. Contractor Bond. All contractors performing Work on behalf of Permittee shall be licensed and bonded. C. Limitation of Liability. to the fullest extent permitted by law, permittee shall, and shall cause its contractor(s) only as to subsection (9)below, to release, indemnify, defend and hold harmless the county and the county's legal representatives,officers(elected or appointed), employees and agents (collectively, "indemnitees") for, from and against any and all claims, liabilities, fines, penalties, costs, damages, losses, liens, causes of action, suits, demands, judgments and expenses (including, without limitation, court costs, attorneys' fees, and costs of investigation,removal and remediation and governmental oversight costs),environmental or otherwise(collectively"liabilities")of any nature, kind,or description, of any person or entity, directly or indirectly, arising out of,resulting from, or related to (in whole or in part): 1. this permit; 2. any rights or interests granted pursuant to this permit; 3. permittee's occupation and use of the road right of way; 4. permittee's operation of its utility facilities; 5. the presence of utility facilities within the right of way; 6. the environmental condition and status of the road right-of-way caused by, aggravated by, or contributed to, in whole or in part, by permittee or its agents; or 7. the acts,errors,or omissions of third parties when arising out of the,installation, construction, adjustment, relocation, replacement, removal, or maintenance of such third party utility facilities within the road rights-of-way when such work is performed under authority of the operator's utility permit or at the direction or under the control of the operator; or 8. any act or omission of permittee or permittee's agents; or 9. any act or omission of contractor or its employees, agents, or subcontractors when arising out of the work. Even if such liabilities arise from or are attributed to, in whole or in part,any negligence of any indemnitee. The only liabilities with respect to which permittee's obligation to indemnify the indemnitees does not apply are liabilities to the extent proximately caused by the sole negligence or intentional misconduct of an indemnitee or for liabilities that by law the indemniteees cannot be indemnified for. 11 Upon written notice from the county,permittee agrees to assume the defense of any lawsuit or other proceeding brought against any indemnitee by any entity, relating to any matter covered by this permit for which permittee has an obligation to assume liability for and/or save and hold harmless any indemnitee. Permittee shall pay all costs incident to such defense, including, but not limited to, attorneys' fees, investigators' fees, litigation and appeal expenses, settlement payments and amounts paid in satisfaction of judgments. Permittee will fully satisfy said judgment within ninety (90) days after said suit or action shall have finally been determined if determined adversely to mason county. upon the permittee's failure to satisfy said judgment within the ninety(90) day period, this permit shall at once cease and terminate and the county of mason shall have a lien upon permittee's utility facilities and all other facilities used in the construction, operation and maintenance of the permittee's utility system which may be enforced against the property for the full amount of any such judgment so taken against any of the indemnitees. Acceptance by the County of any Work performed by the Permittee at the time of completion shall not be grounds for avoidance of this covenant. XII. PERMIT NONEXCLUSIVE This Permit shall not be deemed to be an exclusive Permit. It shall in no manner prohibit the County of Mason from granting rights to other utilities under,along, across, over and upon any of the County roads, rights-of-way or other County property subject to this Permit and shall in no way prevent or prohibit the County of Mason from constructing, altering, maintaining or using any of said roads rights-of-way, drainage structures or facilities, irrigation structures or facilities, or any other county property or affect its jurisdiction over them or any part of them with full power to make all necessary changes,relocations,repairs,maintenance,etc.,the same as the County may deem fit. XIII. SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS All the provisions, conditions, regulations and requirements herein contained shall be binding upon the successors and assigns of the Permittee and all privileges, as well as all obligations and liability of the Permittee, shall inure to its successors and assigns equally as if they were specifically mentioned wherever the Permittee is mentioned. Any reference in this Permit to a specifically named party shall be deemed to apply to any successor, heir, administrator, executor or assign of such party who has acquired its interest in compliance with the terms of this Permit or under law. XIV. TRANSFER/ASSIGNMENT Permittee may assign or transfer this Permit by contacting the County of Mason to obtain an Assignment Agreement. The Agreement must be signed and delivered back to the County of Mason. Assignees shall thereafter be responsible for all obligations of Permittee with respect to the Permit and guaranteeing performance under the terms and conditions of the Permit and that transferee will be bound by all the conditions of the Permit and will assume all the obligations of its predecessor. Such an assignment shall relieve the Permittee of any further 12 obligations under the Permit, including any obligations not fulfilled by Permittee's assignee; provided that, the assignment shall not in any respect relieve the Permittee, or any of its successors in interest, of responsibility for acts or omissions, known or unknown, or the consequences thereof, which acts or omissions occur prior to the time of the assignment. No Permit may be assigned or transferred without filing or establishing with the county the insurance certificates, security fund and performance bond as may be required pursuant to this Permit. XV. ANNEXATION Whenever any of the County road rights-of-way or other county property as designated in this Permit,by reason of the subsequent incorporation of any town or city,or extension of the limits of any town or city, shall fall within the city or town limits; then, except to the extent allowed by law, this Permit shall terminate in respect to the said roads, rights-of-way or other county property so included with city or town limits; but this Permit shall continue in force and effect to all county road rights-of-way or other county property not so included in city or town limits. XVI. TERM/TERMINATION/REMEDIES A. Term. This Permit shall commence upon acceptance by the Permittee as provided at Section XVIII herein and continue in PERPETUITY until terminated or otherwise superseded by a subsequent franchise, private line utility occupancy permit, master road use permit or other agreement of the Parties. In the event that it is determined by a court of competent jurisdiction that, as a matter or law, the term provided for herein is unlawful, this Permit shall be deemed to have a term for the maximum period allowed by law, and if no such maximum period is readily and easily capable of being identified, for a term of not longer than fifty(50) years. B. Termination by County. Permittee has elected to obtain a Permit in lieu of a franchise agreement. Permittee understands and agrees that,unlike a franchise,this Permit may be terminated by the County with or without cause. This means that the County is not required to have or provide a reason for the termination and that the County may terminate this Permit in its sole discretion without penalty to the County and regardless of whether or not Permittee is or is not in default; provided that,the County may not terminate this Permit for a reason that is unlawful. The Parties agree that the only condition of termination by the County of this Permit is that the County must give not less than ninety(90)days written notice to the Permittee of termination. The County Engineer is authorized to exercise the right of the County to terminate this Permit. C. Termination upon Transfer/Assignment/Conveyance. This Permit shall automatically terminate upon: (1)assignment of the Permit without the prior written consent of the County in substantially the form of an Assignment Agreement (obtained by request), (2) transfer of the utility facilities located with the Permit Area without prior written notice to the County and mutual acceptance of an assignment of the Permit, (3) conveyance of the real property or any part thereof benefited by the installation and operation of the utility facilities without prior written notice to the County and mutual acceptance of an assignment of the 13 Permit,or(4)use of the utility facilities for the benefit of persons other than the owner/operator in a manner that no longer constitutes a de-minimis use of the road right-of-way. D. Termination upon Removal of Utility Facilities. This Permit and all of the rights, duties and obligations contained herein, shall terminate upon removal of all Permittee utility facilities from the road right-of-way or abandonment and de-commissioning in place to the reasonable satisfaction of and in the manner approved by the County Engineer and restoration of the road right-of way to the satisfaction of the County Engineer. E. Effect of Termination. On or before the effective date of termination or as otherwise mutually agreed to by the Parties, Permittee shall remove its utility facilities from the road rights-of-way and restore the road rights-of-way to the reasonable satisfaction of the County Engineer. In lieu of removal, the County Engineer may authorize abandonment in place and de-commissioning of the utility facilities in the manner approved by and to the reasonable satisfaction of the County Engineer. In the event that the Permittee fails to timely and completely perform such work, the County may perform or complete such work at the cost of the Permittee and Permittee shall be obligated to reimburse the County for such work within 30 days of invoice by the County. F. Remedies. In addition to the right of the County to terminate this Permit,the County has the right to exercise any and all of the following remedies, singly or in combination, in the event of Default. "Default" shall mean any failure of Permittee or its agents to keep, observe or perform any of Permittee's or its agent's duties or obligations under this Permit: 1. Damages. Permittee shall be liable for any and all damages incurred by County. 2. Specific Performance. County shall be entitled to specific performance of each and every obligation of Permittee under this Permit without any requirement to prove or establish that County does not have an adequate remedy at law. Permittee hereby waives the requirement of any such proof and acknowledges that County would not have an adequate remedy at law for Permittee's commission of an Event of Default hereunder. 3. Injunction. County shall be entitled to restrain, by injunction, the actual or threatened commission or attempt of an Event of Default and to obtain a judgment or order specifically prohibiting a violation or breach of this Permit agreement without, in either case, being required to prove or establish that County does not have an adequate remedy at law. Permittee hereby waives the requirement of any such proof and acknowledges that County would not have an adequate remedy at law for Permittee's commission of an Event of Default hereunder. 4. Alternative Remedies. Neither the existence of other remedies identified in this Permit nor the exercise thereof shall be deemed to bar or otherwise limit the right of the County to commence an action for equitable or other relief and/or proceed against Permittee and any guarantor for all direct monetary damages,costs and expenses arising from the Default 14 and to recover all such damages, costs and expenses, including reasonable attorneys' fees. Remedies are cumulative;the exercise of one shall not foreclose the exercise of others. XVII. SUBSEQUENT ACTION The County reserves for itself the right at any time upon ninety(90) days written notice to the Permittee, to so change, amend, modify or amplify any of the provisions or conditions herein enumerated to conform to any state statute or county regulation, relating to the public welfare, health, safety or highway regulation,as may hereafter be enacted, adopted or promulgated. XVIII. ACCEPTANCE Permittee shall execute and return to County a signed acceptance of the Permit granted hereunder. The acceptance shall be in the form of the acceptance attached hereto as Exhibit "A", and in accepting the Permit, Permittee warrants that it has carefully read the terms and conditions of this Permit and accepts all of the terms and conditions of this Permit and agrees to abide by the same and acknowledges that it has relied upon its own investigation of all relevant facts, that it has had the assistance of counsel or an opportunity to have assistance of counsel, that it was not induced to accept a Permit, that this Permit represents the entire agreement between the Permittee and the County. In the event the Permittee fails to submit the acceptance as provided for herein within the time limits set forth in this section,the grant herein is and shall become null and void. XIX. RECORDING OF MEMORANDUM OF PERMIT The Parties agree that a"Memorandum of Permit" in substantially the form attached hereto as Exhibit"A",shall be filed for record with the Office of the Mason County Auditor upon written acceptance by the Permittee. The cost and expense of such filing shall be borne by the Permittee if not already included in the fee for issuance of this Permit. Notwithstanding the foregoing, this Permit is not intended nor shall it be construed to create an interest in land or constitute the grant or conveyance of a real property interest by the County to the Permittee. The requirements of this Section XIX are intended solely to provide notice of the existence of this Permit and the terms and conditions there under, including inter-alia, the limitations upon assignment of the Permit. Permittee shall at the time of its acceptance of this Permit identify the assessor's tax identification number of the parcel or parcels benefited by this Permit and a legal description of each such parcel to be included in the Memorandum of Permit. XX. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS A. Controlling Law/Venue. Any disputes concerning the application or interpretation of any of the provisions of this Permit shall be governed by the laws of the State of Washington. Venue of any action or arbitration brought under this Permit shall be in Mason County, Washington or the Western District of Washington if an action is brought in federal court, provided; however,that venue of such action is legally proper. 15 B. Liens. Permittee shall promptly pay and discharge any and all liens arising out of any Work done, suffered or permitted to be done by Permittee on any Permit area. C. Waiver. No waiver by either party of any provision of this Permit shall in any way impair the right of such party to enforce that provision for any subsequent breach, or either parry's right to enforce all other provisions of this Permit. D. Attorney's Fees. If any action at law or in equity is necessary to enforce or interpret the terms of this Permit, the substantially prevailing Party or Parties shall be entitled to reasonable attorney's fees, costs and necessary disbursements in addition to any other relief to which such Party or Parties may be entitled. E. Amendment. This Permit may be amended only by a written contract signed by authorized representatives of Permittee and County of Mason. F. Severability. If any provision of this Permit is held to be illegal, invalid or unenforceable under present or future laws, such provision will be fully severable and this Permit will be construed and enforced as if such illegal, invalid or unenforceable provision is not a part hereof, and the remaining provisions hereof will remain in full force and effect. In lieu of any illegal, invalid or unenforceable provision herein,there will be added automatically as a part of this Permit, a provision as similar in its terms to such illegal, invalid or unenforceable provision as may be possible and be legal, valid and enforceable. G. Joint and Several Liability. Permittee acknowledges that, in any case in which Permittee and Permittee's contractors are responsible under the terms of this Permit, such responsibility is joint and several as between Permittee and any such Permittee's contractors; provided that, the Permittee is not prohibited from allocating such liability as a matter of contract. H. Notices. Any notice contemplated, required, or permitted to be given under this Permit shall be sufficient if it is in writing and is sent either by: (a)registered or certified mail, return receipt requested; or (b) a nationally recognized overnight mail delivery service, to the Party and at the address specified below, except as such Party and address may be changed by providing no less than thirty(30)days'advance written notice of such change in address. Permittee: W. Pierre Andrade 17491 NE North Shore Road Tahuya, WA 98588 Grantor: Mason County Public Works 100 W Public Works Drive Shelton, WA 98584 16 I. Approvals. Nothing in this Permit shall be deemed to impose any duty or obligation upon the County to determine the adequacy or sufficiency of Permittee's plans and specifications or to ascertain whether Permittee's proposed or actual construction, installation, testing, maintenance, repairs, replacement, relocation, adjustment or removal is adequate or sufficient or in conformance with the plans and specifications reviewed by the County. No approval . given,inspection made,review or supervision performed by the County pursuant to this Permit shall constitute or be construed as a representation or warranty express or implied by County that such item approved, inspected, or supervised, complies with laws, rules regulations or ordinances or this Permit or meets any particular standard, code or requirement, or is in conformance with the plans and specifications,and no liability shall attach with respect thereto. County and inspections as provided herein, are for the sole purpose of protecting the County's rights as the owner and manager of the road rights-of-way and shall not constitute any representation or warranty, express or implied, as to the adequacy of the design, construction, repair, or maintenance of the utility facilities, suitability of the permit area for construction, maintenance, or repair of the utility facilities, or any obligation on the part of the County to insure that work or materials are in compliance with any requirements imposed by a governmental entity. County is under no obligation or duty to supervise the design, construction,installation,relocation,adjustment,realignment,maintenance,repair,or operation of the utility facilities. J. Force Majeure. Neither Party hereto shall be liable to the other.Party for any failure to perform an obligation set forth herein to the extent such failure is caused by war, act of terrorism or an act of God, provided that such Party has made and is making all reasonable efforts to perform such obligation and minimize any and all resulting loss or damage. K. Construction. All pronouns and any variations thereof shall be deemed to refer to the masculine, feminine or neuter, singular or plural, as the identity of the Party or Parties may require. The provisions of this Permit shall be construed as a whole according to their common meaning, except where specifically defined herein, not strictly for or against any party and consistent with the provisions contained herein in order to achieve the objectives and purposes of this Permit. L. Incorporation by Reference. All exhibits annexed hereto at the time of execution of this Permit or in the future as contemplated herein, are hereby incorporated by reference as though fully set forth herein. M. Calculation of Time. All periods of time referred to herein shall include Saturdays, Sundays,and legal holidays in the State of Washington, except that if the last day of any period falls on any Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday in the State of Washington, the period shall be extended to include the next day which is not a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday in the State of Washington. 17 N. Entire Agreement. This Permit is the full and complete agreement of County and Permittee with respect to all matters covered herein and all matters related to the use of the Permit Area by Permittee and Permittee's Contractors, and this Permit supersedes any and all other agreements of the Parties hereto with respect to all such matters, including, without limitation, all agreements evidencing the Permit. O. No Recourse. Without limiting such immunities as the County or other persons may have under applicable law, Permittee shall have no monetary recourse whatsoever against the County or its officials, boards, commissions, agents, or employees for any loss or damage arising out of the County's exercising its authority pursuant to this Permit or other applicable law. P. Responsibility for Costs. Except as expressly provided otherwise, any act that Permittee is required to perform under this Permit shall be performed at its cost. If Permittee fails to perform work that it is required to perform within the time provided for performance, the County may perform the work and bill the Permittee. The Permittee shall pay the amounts billed within 30 days. Q. Work of Contractors and Subcontractors. Work by contractors and subcontractors are subject to the same restrictions, limitations, and conditions as if the Work was performed by the Permittee. The Permittee shall be responsible for all Work performed by its contractors and subcontractors, and others performing Work on its behalf, under its control, or under authority of its utility permit, as if the work were performed by it and shall ensure that all such work is performed in compliance with this Permit, Title 12 MCC, the Manual and other applicable law, and shall be jointly and severally liable for all damages and correcting all damage caused by them. It is the Permittee's responsibility to ensure that contractors, subcontractors, or other Persons performing work on the Permittee's behalf are familiar with the requirements of the Permit,Title 12 MCC,the Manual,and other applicable laws governing the work performed by them and further, for ensuring that such contractors and subcontractors maintain insurance as required herein. R. Survival of Terms. Upon the termination of the Permit,the Permittee shall no longer have the right to occupy the Permit area. However, the Permittee's obligations under this Permit to the County shall survive the termination of these rights according to its terms for so long as the Permittee's utility facilities shall remain in whole or in part in the road rights-of- way, except to the extent the County Engineer has approved abandonment in place. By way of illustration and not limitation, Permittee's obligations to indemnify, defend and hold harmless the County, provide insurance and a performance/payment bond pursuant to Section XI and Permittee's obligation to relocate its utility facilities pursuant to Section VIII, shall continue in effect as to the Permittee, notwithstanding any termination of the Permit, except to the extent that a County-approved transfer, sale, or assignment of the utility system is completed, and another entity has assumed full and complete responsibility for the utility facilities or for the relevant acts or omissions. 18 DATED at Shelton, Washington this day of , 20 APPROVED: BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS MASON COUNTY, WASHINGTON County Engineer Chair Approved as to form: Vice Chair Chief D.P.A. Commissioner 19 RECORDED AT THE REQUEST OF AND AFTER RECORDING RETURN TO: County of Mason 100 West Public Works Drive Shelton WA 98584 Attn: County Engineer EXHIBIT "A" MEMORANDUM OF PERMIT Title: W. Pierre Andrade Private Line Occupancy Permit Grantor: COUNTY OF MASON, a legal subdivision of the state of Washington Grantee: W. Pierre Andrade Description of Franchise Area: SEE EXHIBIT A-4 A-1 AOMMA"OF MUM" P va "l ire CJtality Oxcupancy.Perm t e i V amlour the of parcels �:3a3c--l k-9 Ot1.3(7 Ani am/gm fze and)or(r tesentative a o4zed t6) cept Per,='t'on bird`of { -2/ �_ i � !h.tits A _ Pennit and all terms.and,conditions thereof are accepted-by!Q� �without t 011 ri rr� o> ; uci gu to pof�r a hOrev dpr( e.Ger*Oa4 to the best o t ,d1 wle + the. ss s or'"stag dent anon'n b rofthe,p; c pamels bette d"by this Per;*and.a.ingnl dips tion:O f Wjl;such parcel are as described in the 20 Title: ��•� . . T if that dw G !E/[Q 41V?J is+heynil' ie tye� Pamn Rio ap ared before mef and said persona oW.1,�fi�she signed this inst-menu on oath Nei) .she to. execute tie �c�t and acknowledged it as the =aiil� *�e e dated: 7p ;N4 EXpi9•, �i�� S Q 4r _4 aG \a0�PRE �a GXp3 M`UB��G MyGArI'flll'i5$ifexpires �L���? A-2 MEMORANDUM OF PRIVATE LINE UTILITY OCCUPANCY PERMIT THIS MEMORANDUM OF PERMIT is dated as of the_day of ,20_ between the County of Mason,a legal subdivision of the state of Washington("County")and (Permittee"). 1. Propegy. County has, pursuant to Private Line Utility Occupancy Permit granted to Permittee, the right, revocable at the will of the County, to use and occupy certain road rights-of-way for the construction, installation, adjustment,maintenance,removal, repair, relocation and operation of Permittee's utility facilities for the benefit of the herein described Property, upon the terms and conditions of that certain permit agreement between the parties accepted the day of , 2022 (the "Permit"), which terms and conditions are incorporated herein by this reference. The property to be benefited by this permit is situated in the Mason County, Washington, legally described in Exhibit A attached hereto (herein called the"Property"). The road right-of-way permit area("Permit Area")is also described in attached Exhibit A. 2. Term. The term of the Permit is in perpetuity unless terminated. 3. Termination. County in its sole discretion may terminate all or part of the Permit with or without cause upon no less than ninety (90) days written notice to the Permittee. Further, this Permit will automatically terminate upon assignment without the prior written consent of the County, or upon transfer of the Property without the prior written consent of the County to an assignment of the Permit or upon transfer of all or part of the utility facilities located in the Permit Area without the prior written consent of the County to an assignment of the Permit. 4. Purpose of Memorandum of Permit. This memorandum of permit is prepared for the purpose of recordation and notice and in no way modifies the Permit and is in no way intended to or should be construed to create or convey an interest in land or the road right-of- way- DATED this day of ,20_. COUNTY OF MASON County Engineer Approved as to form: Chief D.P.A. A-3 FORM OF MEMORANDUM OF PERMIT Permit Area Map N Weft N�Nosh Sore Ra„...,�:. 17461 NE North Shore Rd i Water Line i 17473 NE North Shore Rd 17491 NE North Shore Rd I i Parcel#519015201011 Parcel#519015201011 Parcel#322301190030 Andrade Private Line Occupancy A-4 MASON COUNTY BRIEFING ITEM SUMMARY FORM TO: BOARD OF MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS FROM: Mike Collins PLS, PE, County Engineer DEPARTMENT: Public Works EXT: 450 BRIEFING DATE: March 14 2022 PREVIOUS BRIEFING DATES: If this is a follow-up briefing, lease provide only new information INTERNAL REVIEW (please check all that apply): ❑ Budget/Finance ❑ Human Resources ❑ Legal ❑ Information Technology ❑ Other— please explain ITEM: Approval of County Road Project (CRP) 2035 — Boyer Road &CRP 2036—Snider Road —Converting gravel road to Chip seal EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Last summer Public Work's County Forces converted Boyer Road (County Road No. 03630) and Snider Road (County Road No. 19210) from gravel-maintained to chip seal. Both projects were completed by County Forces but need to have a County Road Project Number for County Road Administration Board (CRAB) notification. These projects were identified on the 2021 County Annual Construction Program. BUDGET IMPACTS: Upgrading and chip sealing our county-maintained gravel roads reduces maintenance and dust control costs, brings roads up to current standards and provides a safer and more pleasant road to drive upon. Both projects were paid out of the Road Fund. RECOMMENDED OR REQUESTED ACTION: Recommend the Board approve, at the March 15, 2022 Commission Meeting, to executed the resolution for CRP 2035, Boyer Road and CRP 2036, Snider Road both projects converting gravel road to chip seal. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Resolution 2. Project location map BEFORE THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF MASON COUNTY,WASHINGTON. In the matter of initiating county road projects and assigning CRP numbers. IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED THAT the roads listed below be improved as shown between the points indicated. RESOLUTION NO.2022- These projects are hereby declared to be public necessity and the county road engineer is hereby ordered and authorized to report and proceed as by law provided.(RCW 36.75.050,36.80.030,36.80.070 and/or WAC 136-18-030). IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED that appropriations from the officially adopted road fund budget and based on the county engineers estimates are hereby made in the amount and for the purposes shown: Cost Estimate(Thousand$) 2021 Annual j Road Name or Road Log M.P. 1 Type of Contract and/or Pro ect CRP No. Const. Bridge No. No. Project Name to ! Work Local Grant Engr R/VV County Forces Total Prog.Item M.P. (See Code) 2035 03 Boyer Road 03630 Resurfacing Project 0.00-0.50 ' C 50 50 50 2036 04 Snider Road 19210 Resurfacing Project 0.00-0.18 C 40 40 40 90 0 0 0 90 90 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (6) TYPE OF WORK CODE A.Grading and Drainage F.Sidewalks K.Environmental Mitigation (11) The construction is to be accomplished by contract B. Base&Top Course G.Traffic Facilities L.Fish Passage in accordance with RCW 36.77.020 et.seq.AND/OR C. B.S.T./SEALS H.Paths,Trails,Bikeways(RCW 47.3 The construction is to be accomplished by county D.A.C./P.C.C.Pavement I. Bridges forces in accordance with RCW 36.77.065 and WAC 136.18 E.Curbs and Gutters J. Ferry Facilities ADOPTED this day of 2022 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MASON COUNTY,WASHINGTON ATTEST: Kevin Shutty,Chair McKenzie Smith,Clerk of the Board APPROVE AS TO FORM: Sharon Trask,Vice Chair Tim Whitehead, Ch.D.P.A Randy Neatherlin,Commissioner cc: Commissioners Engineer JOURNAL: Publ. It: /23 4/22(Bill Rd Dept.) 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