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February 14, 2007 The meeting was called to order by Chairman Crystal J. Abers. The invocation was given by Rev. Piatt.

The Attendance Roll Call disclosed two Legislators absent – Mr. E. Ellis and Mr. Krause. MR. VECCHIARELLA moved, seconded by Mr. Felton that the minutes of the January 24, 2007, session be approved. Carried. COMMUNICATIONS: Evelyn Penman, February 23, 2007. Museum * * * * * * Curator: Letter of resignation effective

Portville Snowmobile Club: Received a federal grant of $79,256 for the purchase of a trail groomer. They want to thank the members of the Legislature for their support and to thank Joe Williams from Economic Development, Planning and Tourism Department for his professional assistance. They feel this support enabled them to secure this funding. APPOINTMENTS: Farmersville Task Force: Terms to expire December 31, 2007 Charles W. Couture District #5 Legislator 5790 Fox Valley Road West Valley, New York 14171 Jerry E. Burrell District #5 Legislator 2361 Lyndon Road Franklinville, New York 14737 Gary M. Felton District #5 Legislator 3276 Hazelmere Avenue Ellicottville, New York 14731 Elliott J. Ellis, Jr., Chair Public Works Committee 9979 New Albion Road Cattaraugus, New York 14719 Thomas Moser Public Works Committee 1653 Haskell Road Olean, New York 14760 replacing Howard Zollinger Barry Miller Thomas Livak, Director Economic Development, Planning & Tourism 303 Court Street Little Valley, New York 14755 Hal Jacobi City of Olean Farmersville Task Force 285 Hamilton Olean, New York 14760 Laurie Branch City of Olean Farmersville Task Force 304 Van Buren Avenue Olean, New York 14760 Allan Gerstung Town of Franklinville 7907 Kingsbury Hill Road Franklinville, New York 14737 Dale Scurr Town of Farmersville 9252 Route 98N Franklinville, New York 14737 Joseph Brodka

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Concerned Citizens of Cattaraugus County 3624 Jollytown Road Hinsdale, New York 14743 replacing Margaret Phillips Gary Abraham Concerned Citizens of Cattaraugus County 170 North Second Street Allegany, New York 14706 Mark Rose Concerned Citizens of Cattaraugus County 173 Hardy Corners Road Franklinville, New York 14737 replacing James Snodgrass David Amsler Concerned Citizens of Cattaraugus County 417 Bush Hill Road Franklinville, New York 14737 replacing Scott Merkle Town of Farmersville 8386 Kingsbury Hill Road Franklinville, New York 14737 David Swartz Village of Franklinville 19 Cherry Street Franklinville, New York 14737

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Allan Ormond Cattaraugus County Public Works Department 8810 Route 242 Little Valley, New York 14755 Gary Beck Cattaraugus County Health Department 1 Leo Moss Drive, Suite 4010 Olean, New York 14760

Workforce Investment Board: Term to expire December 31, 2007 Christina John Employment & Training Counselor Seneca Nation of Indians Employment & Training Program P.O. Box 231 Salamanca, New York 14779 Replacing Deborah Cooper Workforce Investment Board Youth Council: Two-year terms to expire December 31, 2008 Jodi Fuller Cattaraugus Community Action 25 Jefferson Street Salamanca, New York 14779 John Francisco Francisco Farms Corbin Hill Road Belmont, New York 14718 Replacing Kathy Newton, who resigned Jessica Paterniti The Rehabilitation Center 3799 South Nine Mile Road Allegany, New York 14706 Replacing Nancy Miller, who resigned

Terms to expire December 31, 2007 Carol Cash Betty Hicks

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Cattaraugus County One Stop 175 North Union Street Olean, New York 14760 Judith Nannen NYSED-VESID 608 Main Street Buffalo, New York 14202 Heather Simon Southern Tier Traveling Teacher, Inc. P.O. Box 31 Wellsville, New York 14895

Allegany County Employment & Training 7 Wells Lane Belmont, New York 14813 Janet Gaczewski Literacy Volunteers of Allegany County, Inc. 5455 State Rt. 19 North Belmont, New York 14813 Replacing Lisa Lee, who resigned Hobart Rhinehart WIB Member Liaison 67 Waverly Street Cattaraugus, New York 14719 Sherry Weirich Allegany County Employment & Training 7 Wells Lane Belmont, New York 14813

Youth Bureau: Indefinite terms Sandra Brundage, Director Salamanca Youth Bureau 36 South Avenue Salamanca, New York 14779 Eric Firkel P.O. Box 405 Portville, New York 14770 Replacing Susan Putt Mary Elizabeth Dunbar 6 Donlen Drive, Box 617 Ellicottville, New York 14731 Charles Lindberg RD#2, Lebanon Road Randolph, New York 14772 Debra Nichols Public Health Educator 1 Leo Moss Drive, Suite 4010 Olean, New York 14760 Hobart Rhinehart 67 Waverly Street Cattaraugus, New York 14719 Elizabeth Callen-Pratt 9545 North Shore Cuba, New York 14727 Jack Dalton Cattaraugus-Allegany BOCES 1825 Windfall Road Olean, New York 14760 Melissa Foster P.O. Box 181, Peth Road Great Valley, New York 14741 Linda Milks 5035 Route 353 Little Valley, New York 14755 Linda Philips 3136 Elton Road Delevan, New York 14042 Carol Sheibley 95 Torrance Place Gowanda, New York 14070 Ex-Officio Member Jon K. Baker Cattaraugus County Legislator 120 North 21st Street Olean, New York 14760

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CHAIRMAN ABERS granted privilege of the floor to Margie Andrews, President of the Cattaraugus County Farm Bureau, who spoke regarding agriculture in Cattaraugus County and its importance. She also announced February 6, 2007 was federal Check-Out Day. She also introduced Amanda Stang, Gowanda High School Senior, who is this year’s scholarship winner. Ms. Stang read her prize-winning essay.

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ACT NO. 91-2007 by Mr. E. Ellis, Mr. J. Ellis and Mr. Giardini BID ACCEPTANCE FOR OTTO CULVERT NO. 29 PRECAST CONCRETE BOX CULVERT (Department of Public Works) Pursuant to Section 103 of the General Municipal Law and Sections 408 and 408-a of the County Law. WHEREAS, the Clerk of the Legislature was authorized to advertise for sealed bids for the purchase of a precast concrete box culvert for Otto Culvert No. 29, according to specifications provided by the Public Works Committee, and WHEREAS, the lowest bid received meeting specifications was the bid of Binghamton Precast and Supply Corp., 18 Phelps Street, Binghamton, New York 13901, in the amount of $27,432.76, for a term commencing on the date of the contract signing and terminating December 31, 2007, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the aforementioned bid be, and the same hereby is, accepted, and be it further RESOLVED, that the vouchers accordingly certified by the Commissioner of the Department of Public Works be audited by the Auditor and paid by the County Treasurer. No State Bid. Four sets of specifications were sent out. Two other bids were received meeting specifications and are on file in the office of the Cattaraugus County Department of Public Works. Approved by 8 members of the Finance Committee and 8 members of the Public Works Committee. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote.

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ACT NO. 92-2007 by Mr. E. Ellis and Mr. Giardini BID ACCEPTANCE FOR CORRUGATED BEAM GUIDE RAILING, BOX BEAM GUIDE RAILING, BRIDGE AND CULVERT POST, BRIDGE RAILING AND TRANSITION SECTIONS (Department of Public Works) Pursuant to Section 103 of the General Municipal Law and Sections 408 and 408-a of the County Law.

WHEREAS, the Clerk of the Legislature was authorized to advertise for sealed bids for the provision of various materials, according to specifications provided by the Public Works Committee, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the Commissioner of Public Works is authorized to contract for corrugated beam guide railing, box beam guide railing, bridge and culvert post and bridge railing and transition sections with Chemung Supply Corp., P.O. Box 527, Elmira, New York 14902, as recommended by the Public Works Committee for the term March 1, 2007 through February 28, 2008, and be it further RESOLVED, that any county, city, village, town, school, or fire district in Cattaraugus County may participate in the bid prices by dealing directly with the bidder, and be it further RESOLVED, that the County of Cattaraugus reserves the right to make purchases of the aforementioned items at any time during the term for which the bids are taken and to require suitable bond to guarantee delivery.
CORRUGATED BEAM GUIDE RAILING & ACCESSORY HARDWARE GR-01 Galvanized W-Beam rail; 13 feet 6 1/2 inches in length by 12 1/4 inches in height by 3 1/4 inches in width; 8 standard splice bolt slots on each end; std. post bolt slots at 3 feet 1 1/2 inch O.C.; .105 inches thick GR-02 Galvanized W-Beam rail; as above except standard post bolt slots 6 feet 3 inch O.C. GR-03 Galvanized W-Beam Rail; Shop bent radius (R); as above with standard post bolt slots 6 feet 3 inch O.C.; state maximum (a) 10 feet to 19 feet radius (b) 20 feet to 39 feet radius (c) 40 feet to 150 feet radius GR-04 Galvanized W-Beam rail; as above with standard post bolt slots 6 feet 3 inch O.C.; with 10 (1 inch dia.) at 3 inch O.C. on one end for mounting to standard concrete anchor GR-05 Galvanized W-Beam rail; as above shop bent, twisted and bored for mounting to concrete anchor within one section for typical driveway installations GR-06 Galvanized Rounded End Section GR-07 Galvanized Flared End Section GR-08 Galvanized Terminal Connector Parapet Quantity each 2006 Amount $ 64.68 2007 Amount $ 65.45

each

$ 64.43

$ 64.35

each each each each $ 71.25

$ 99.00 $ 96.80 $ 94.60 $ 77.00

each

$106.25

$ 96.80

each each each

$ 34.37 $ 28.75 $ 37.50

$ 33.00 $ 28.60 $ 41.80

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GR-10W 5/8 inch diameter by 10 inch galvanized hex head bolt with nut and flat washer for mounting the railing and wooden offset beam to heavy post as per NYSDOT dwg. M606-8R3 GR-12 Back up plate as per NYSDOT dwg. M606-50 GR-14 Turn down post mounting brackets. Set consists of one each of type "A", "B", and "C" brackets as per NYSDOT dwg. M606-9R2 GR-15 W6 x 8.5 or W6 x 9 standard heavy post, 6'0" long with soil plate, as per NYSDOT dwg. M606-8R3 GR-15A W6 x 8.5 or W6 x 9 heavy post, 7'0" long, with Soil plate as per NYSDOT dwg. M606-8R3 GR-16 W6 x 8.5 or W6 x 9 standard heavy post, 6'0" long, without soil plate, as per NYSDOT dwg. M606-8R3 GR-17 W6 x 8.5 or W6 x 9 by 14 inch offset beam (block-out) as per NYSDOT dwg. 606-8R1 GR-17W Wooden 6 x 8 x 14 ½ inch offset block GR-17P Plastic 6 x 8 x 14 ½ inch offset block GR-19 S3 x 5.7 Intermediate post, 5'3" long, with soil plate as per NYSDOT dwg. M606-6 GR-19A S3 x 5.7 Intermediate post, 7'0" long with soil plate as per NYSDOT dwg. M606-6 GR-19B S3 x 5.7 Intermediate post, 5'5" long, with soil plate as per NYSDOT dwg. M606-50 GR-20 Concrete anchor with galvanized nuts and washers per NYSDOT dwg. M606-6 GR-21 Ground bearing angle set consisting of two L4 x 3 x 1/4 angles, 8 inches long and two 3/4” x 4-1/2” hex bolts with nut and 2 flat washers as per NYSDOT dwg. M606-6 GR-23 W6 x 15 Barricade Post, 8'0" long GR-23B W6 x 15 Barricade Post, 9'4" long as per NYSDOT dwg. M630-1 each $ 2.37 $

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2.09

each per set

$

5.00

$

6.32

$101.25

$ 96.25

each each each each each each each each each each per set

$ 53.12 $ 65.62 $ 33.75 $ 9.06 $ $ 6.37 5.12

$ 54.67 $ 67.26 $ 36.30 $ $ $ 9.35 4.95 4.62

$ 32.81 $ 41.56 $ 34.06 $275.00 $ 28.12

$ 34.54 $ 42.90 $ 35.47 $300.00 $ 27.50

each each

$115.00 $137.50

$130.90 $158.40

BOX BEAM & CABLE GUIDE RAIL AND ASSOCIATED HARDWARE
Index No. Description: unit 2006 Amount .90 2007 Amount .825

CABLE GUIDE RAILING: DRAWINGS 606-1R2 & 606-2R2 CG-80 3/4 " Round Wire Cable, three (3) strands of seven (7) wires each, AASHTO, M-30, TYPE I, Class A; CG-81 Concrete Anchors with breakaway angle, hardware and two (2) top mounted independent rebar lift points; as per NYSDOT dwg. 606-1R2

/foot

each

333.00

475.00

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CG-81A

Two piece Concrete Anchor with hardware as per NYSDOT dwg. M606-2R1 Spring and Turnbuckle Cable End Assembly, with compensating device; NYSDOT dwg. M6062R1 Detail “B” Steel Turnbuckle Cable End Assembly; NYSDOT dwg. M606-2R1 Detail “A” Cable End Assembly to Anchor, as per NYSDOT dwg. M606-2R1 S3 x 5.7 Intermediate post with soil plate, 5' 3" length; End Post Cap with bolt; as per NYSDOT dwg. 606-1R2 Anchor Post Assembly - Complete as per NYSDOT dwg. M606-2R1

each

685.00

325.00

CG-82

each

118.75

110.00

CG-83

each

59.37

59.40

CG-83A

each

26.56

23.65

CG-84

each

32.81

34.54

CG-85

each

28.75

24.20

CG-85A

each

73.12

82.50

CG-86

Driveway End Post Cap with bolt; as per NYSDOT dwg. 606-2R2 Ground Bearing Angles assembly; as per NYSDOT dwg. 606-1R2 Hook Bolt with shoulder & nut or 2 nuts; Reflective Delineator with mounting hardware, dwg. M606.1R1; Cable Splice with wedges, dwg. M606.1R1; Spare Wedges for all splices and cable fittings, dwg. M606.1R1; Cable clamp for 3/4" cable.

each

28.75

24.20

CG-87

each

28.12

27.50

CG-88 CG-89

each each

.66 4.06

.66 4.23

CG-90 CG-91

each each

38.75 1.43

36.30 .99

CG-92

each

3.43 18'-$194.25 24'-$249.90 30'-$339.15 36'-$382.20 18'-$207.90 24'-$262.50 15.75

3.57 18'-$255.20 24'-$332.20 30'-$443.30 36'-$506.00 18'-$269.50 24'-$346.50 18.97

BOX BEAM GUIDE RAILING: DRAWING 606-3R4, M606-3, M606-4 BB-100 Box Beam Guide Rail, 6 inch by 6 inch by each 3/16 inch straight, lengths of 18', 24', 30' or 36 feet; BB-101 Box Beam Guide Rail, 6 inch by 6 inch by 3/16 inch shop curve, 205' radius, lengths 18 ft. or 24 feet; Box Beam Guide Rail, 6 inch by 6 inch by 3/16 inch shop curve, radius 20 ft. To 200 ft., lengths of 12', 18', 24', 30 and 36 feet; each

BB-102

/foot

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BB-103

Box Beam Guide Rail, 6 inch by 6 inch by 3/16 inch shop curve, radius under 20 feet; lengths of 12', 18', 24' and 30 feet; Box Beam Type I end section, approximately 7 1/2 feet long; S3 x 5.7, 3'11" in length, Anchor Post for Type I end, with special end shelf angle, two 1/2" x 1 1/2" hex bolts w/nut & flat washer and one 3/4" x 8" hex bolt w/nut & flat washer; Box Beam Type II end section, approximately 9 feet long; Two S3 x 5.7, 2'9" long, Anchor posts for Type II end, with 3/8" x 9 1/2" hex bolt w/nut & 2 flat washers;

/foot

29.92

35.20

BB-104

each

140.70

171.60

BB-105

each

35.70

42.07

BB-106

each

162.75

203.50

BB-107

each

46.46

55.55

BB-108

Straight splice plate pair with eight 3/4" x 1 1/2" A325 hex bolts and F844 Type A flat washers;
Angled Splice Plate pair with eight 3/4" x 1 1/2" A325 hex bolts and F844 Type A flat washers; (specify 2, 4, or 6 degree angle); Standard shelf angle: Hex Bolt 3/8" x 7 1/2" w/nut & 2 flat washers Hex Bolt 1/2" x 1 1/2" w/nut & flat washer; S3 x 5.7 Intermediate Post 5' 3" length;

/pair

49.35

61.05

BB-109

/pair

53.02

64.35

BB-110 BB-111

each each

3.72 .81

4.51 .88

BB-112 BB-113

each each

.57 32.81

.66 34.54

BRIDGE & CULVERT; POSTS, RAILINGS & TRANSITIONS Index No. DESCRIPTION: Unit 2006 Rate 2007 Rate

All dimensions are in millimeters (mm) unless otherwise noted. Reference: BD-RS1/R3 THROUGH RS8/R3 – RS-120 Galvanized 127 x 76 x 6.4 Top Railing of Four /meter Rail System, with both ends turned down to Third Rail (BD-RS4/R3). RS-121 Galvanized 127 x 76 x 6.4 Bottom Railing of Four Rail System, with 1.5 m., 15 deg. flared section both ends. Galvanized 152 x 152 x 4.8 Center Railing of /meter

78.12

84.70

57.50

90.20

RS-122

/meter

46.56

51.15

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Four Rail System.

RS-123

Galvanized 152 x 152 x 4.8 Top Transition Rail with square end, 6.90 m. long. Galvanized 152 x 152 x 4.8 Bottom Transition Rail with beveled end for turn back splice, 7.09 m. long. Galvan. 152 x 152 x 4.8 Turn Back Rail with end cap, 2.7 m. long. Galvanized Turn Back Tube Splice, with 5.2 deg. drop angle. 203 x 152 x 6.4 Galvanized Block Out Tube, 150 mm. long. Galvanized Bridge Post for Four Rail curbless System, 1.06 m. in height. Galvanized Bridge Post for Three Rail curbless system, 830 mm in height Galvanized Bridge Post for Two Rail curb type system, 680 mm in height. Galvanized 350 x 10 x 250 Anchor Plate. Galvanized 127 x 127 x 7.9 Expansion Splice Tube, 900 mm long. Galvanized 127 x 127 x 7.9 Fixed Splice Tube, 685 mm long. Galvanized 108 x 54 x 900 Expansion Splice Bar Galvanized 108 x 54 x 685 Fixed Splice Bar Galvanized L127 x 127x 15.9 Railing Angle, 154 mm. long. W150 x 14 Heavy Transition Post with soil plate, 2.14 m. long: S75 X 8 Intermediate Transition Post with soil plate, 2.14 m. long.

each

337.50

361.90

RS-124

each

339.37

363.00

RS-125

each

146.25

157.30

RS-126

each

123.43

116.05

RS-127

each

15.00

14.30

RS-128

each

220.00

231.00

RS-128A

each

212.50

220.00

RS-128B

each

203.75

205.70

RS-129 RS-130

each each

32.50 115.00

33.55 117.20

RS-131

each

86.25

106.70

RS-132

each

142.50

192.50

RS-133 RS-134

each each

108.75 22.50

130.90 20.35

RS-135

each

61.56

63.25

RS-136

each

45.00

47.85

Following dimension are in INCHES (in) unless otherwise noted. Reference: BD-RL3E THRU RL5E RS-150 Galvanized 6 x 6 x 3/16 Bridge Railing /foot

14.18

15.45

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RS-151

Galvan. W6 x 25 Bridge Post for Curbless application, 34" height. Galvanized 9" x 1/2" x 12" Anchor Plate with four tach weld nuts for 1" galvanized NC thread. Galvanized 8" x 6" x 1/4" Block Out Tube, 6" length. Galvanized 5 x 5 x 5/16" x 2' 10-1/2" tube with one 4 x 3/8" x 1' 8" fill plate and one 4 x 3/8" x 2' 9-1/2" fill plate "Splice Tube A". Galvanized 5 x 5 x 5/16" x 2' 10-1/2" tube with TWO 4 x 3/8" x 2' 9-1/2" fill plates "Splice Tube B". Galvanized 6 x 6 x 3/16" Top Transition Rail; 23' 0" long Galvanized 6 x 6 x 3/16" Bottom Transition Rail with beveled end for turn back splice tube, 23' 7 1/2" long. W6 x 8.5 Galvanized Post for Transition, 7' 0" long with soil plate. S3 x 5.7 Galvanized Post for Transition, 7' 0" long with soil plate.

each

142.50

170.50

RS-152

each

58.43

57.75

RS-153

each

15.00

14.30

RS-154

each

121.87

114.40

RS-155

each

118.75

115.50

RS-156

each

337.50

361.90

RS-157

each

339.37

363.00

RS-158

each

61.56

63.25

RS-159

each

45.00

47.85

State Bid. These prices will be compared with the prices on State Contract and all items will be purchased from the source most beneficial to the County. Three sets of specifications were sent out. Approved by 8 members of the Finance Committee and 7 members of the Public Works Committee. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote.

ACT NO. 93-2007 by Mr. E. Ellis and Mr. Giardini BID ACCEPTANCE FOR GABION BASKETS, CRUSHED STONE, ROCK RIP RAP, CONCRETE CATCH BASINS, PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE, FLEXIBLE CONCRETE MATS, SLAG AND PROCESSED GRAVEL (Department of Public Works) Pursuant to Section 103 of the General Municipal Law and Sections 408 and 408-a of the County Law.

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WHEREAS, the Clerk of the Legislature was authorized to advertise for sealed bids for the provision of various materials, according to specifications provided by the Public Works Committee, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the Commissioner of Public Works is authorized to contract for gabion baskets, crushed stone, rock rip rap, concrete catch basins, portland cement concrete, flexible concrete mats, slag and processed gravel, with the following bidders recommended by the Public Works Committee for the term May 1, 2007 through April 30, 2008, and be it further RESOLVED, that any county, city, village, town, school, or fire district in Cattaraugus County may participate in the bid prices by dealing directly with the bidder, and be it further RESOLVED, that the County of Cattaraugus reserves the right to make purchases of the aforementioned items at any time during the term for which the bids are taken and to require suitable bond to guarantee delivery. ♦ GABION BASKETS- FOB Little Valley (Minimum Order 50) Chemung Supply Corp. P.O. Box 527 Elmira, New York 14902
ITEMS 1' x 3' x 12', 3 diaphragms, 1.33 cu.yds. 3' x 3' x 12', 3 diaphragms, 4.00 cu.yds. Vellano Brothers, Inc. 10 Lancaster Parkway Lancaster, New York 14086 ITEMS Additional wire/100 lbs. No State Bid. Five sets of specifications were sent out. ♦ CRUSHED STONE 2006 Rate $100.00 2007 Rate $126.00 2006 Rate $ 71.63 $122.28 2007 Rate $ 64.47 $110.06

County Line Stone Co., Inc. 4515 Crittenden Road P.O. Box 150 Akron, New York 14001
F.O.B. Delivered Delivered Co. Trucks Northeast Northwest No. 1A $11.45 $16.80 $17.80 No. 1 ST 10.50 15.70 No. 1 10.40 No. 2 9.10 Minus 1 Crusher Run 8.45 Minus 2 Crusher Run 7.60 Gabion Stone 7.65 12.85 **Origin of Stone: Crittenden Road Quarry, Newstead, NY Per Ton Delivered Southeast $18.00 Delivered Southwest $19.00

Buffalo Crushed Stone, Inc. 2544 Clinton Street P.O. Box 710 Buffalo, New York 14224
Per Ton No. 1A F.O.B. Co. Trucks $13.65 Delivered Northeast Delivered Northwest Delivered Southeast Delivered Southwest

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No. 1 ST No. 1 No. 2 Minus 1 Crusher Run Minus 2 Crusher Run Gabion Stone **Origin of Stone: 12.10 11.80 15.55 10.20 13.95 9.65 13.40 8.90 12.65 9.10 12.85 Wehrle Drive Quarry, Lancaster, 16.60 16.30 14.70 14.15 13.40 13.60 NY 17.00 16.70 15.10 14.55 13.80 14.00

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17.50 17.20 15.60 15.05 14.30 14.50

State Bid. These prices will be compared with the prices on State Contract and all items will be purchased from the source most beneficial to the County. Four sets of specifications were sent out. ♦ ROCK RIP RAP

County Line Stone Co., Inc. 4515 Crittenden Road P.O. Box 150 Akron, New York 14001
FINE Northeast Section Southeast Section Southwest Section LIGHT Northeast Section Southeast Section MEDIUM Northeast Section Southeast Section Northwest Section Southwest Section HEAVY Southeast Section Southwest Section Per Ton $ 7.25 $ 7.25 $ 7.25 Per Ton $ 7.45 $ 7.45 Per Ton $ 9.35 $ 9.35 $ 9.35 $ 9.35 Per Ton $ 11.00 $ 11.00 Delivery $ 5.25 $ 6.20 $ 7.25 Delivery $ 5.40 $ 6.30 Delivery $ 8.35 $ 9.95 $ 9.35 $ 11.00 Delivery $ 11.00 $ 11.50 Total $12.50 $13.45 $14.50 Total $12.85 $13.75 Total $17.70 $19.30 $18.70 $20.35 Total $22.00 $22.50

Buffalo Crushed Stone, Inc. 2544 Clinton Street Buffalo, New York 14224
FINE Northwest Section Southwest Section LIGHT Northeast Section Northwest Section Southwest Section HEAVY Northeast Section Northwest Section Per Ton $ 9.10 $ 9.10 Per Ton $ 9.10 $ 9.10 $ 9.10 Per Ton $ 13.00 $ 13.00 Delivery $ 4.50 $ 5.40 Delivery $ 3.75 $ 4.50 $ 5.40 Delivery $ 6.90 $ 7.70 Total $13.60 $14.50 Total $12.85 $13.60 $14.50 Total $19.90 $20.70

State Bid. These prices will be compared with the prices on State Contract and all items will be purchased from the source most beneficial to the County. Four sets of specifications were sent out.

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♦ CONCRETE CATCH BASINS - price each, includes delivery Southern Tier Municipal & Construction Supply Co. 1801 Washington Street Jamestown, New York 14701
Frames & Grates - Basin Sizes CCB 2424 24" sq. x 24" CCB 2436 24" sq. x 36" CCB 2436A 24" sq. x 36" CCB 2454 24" sq. x 54" CCB 2454A 24" sq. x 54" (single knockout) CCB 2466 24" sq. x 66" CCB 2472 24" sq. x 72" CCB 3036 30" sq. x 36" CCB 3054 30" sq. x 54" CCB 3636 36" sq. x 36" CCB 3654 36" sq. x 54" CCB 3672 36" sq. x 72" Risers – 24 inches square (Height) CBR 24-6 6 inches CBR 24-9 9 inches CBR 24-12 12 inches CBR 24-24 24 inches Risers – 30 inches square (Height) CBR 30-6 6 inches CBR 30-9 9 inches CBR 30-12 12 inches CBR 30-24 24 inches Risers – 36 inches square (Height) CBR 36-6 6 inches CBR 36-9 9 inches CBR 36-12 12 inches CBR 36-24 24 inches Extra Grates CBG 24 24" x 24" CBG 30 30" x 30" CBG 36 36" x 36" 27 ½" drop in grates ** - includes slab top with drop in grate

Rate
$260.00 $286.00 $286.00 $360.00 $360.00 $404.00 $424.00 $414.00 $505.00 $720.00** $752.00 $907.00 $ 67.00 $ 67.00 $ 87.00 $134.00 $100.00 $100.00 $120.00 $180.00 $175.00 $175.00 $190.00 $250.00 $195.00 $305.00 $390.00 $117.00

Kistner Concrete Products, Inc. P.O. Box 218 East Pembroke, New York 14056-0218
Frames & Grates - Basin Sizes CCB 2436W 24" sq. x 36" (8" wall) CCB 2454W 24" sq. x 54" (8" wall) Risers - 24 inches square (Height) CBR 24-6 6 inches CBR 24-12 12 inches CBR 24-24 24 inches Extra Grates CBG 24 24" x 24" No State Bid. Four sets of specifications were sent out.

Rate
$500.00 $640.00 $120.00 $230.00 $302.00 $171.00

♦ PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE - Per cubic yard Wayne Concrete 262 Route 44 Shinglehouse, PA 16748

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Index No. Description A = NYSDOT Class "A", General Purpose Structural A-NE Northeast Section A-NW Northwest Section A-SE Southeast Section D = NYSDOT Class "D", Thin Structured Application D-NE Northeast Section D-NW Northwest Section D-SE Southeast Section E = NYSDOT Class "E", Structural Slabs and Structural Approach Slabs E-NE Northeast Section E-NW Northwest Section E-SE Southeast Section F = NYSDOT Class "F", High Early Strength for Pavement or Structural Slabs F-NE Northeast Section F-NW Northwest Section F-SE Southeast Section H = NYSDOT Class "H", Pumping Applications H-NE Northeast Section H-NW Northwest Section H-SE Southeast Section HP = NYSDOT Class "HP", High Performance Concrete Superstructure Slabs and Structural Approach Slabs HP-NE Northeast Section HP-NW Northwest Section ALLOWABLE EXTRA COST - Short load, PER LOAD S-1 1 cubic yard or less S-2 More than 1 CY, </= 2 CY S-3 More than 2 CY, </= 3 CY S-4 More than 3 CY, </= 4 CY S-5 More than 4 CY, </= 5 CY ALLOWABLE EXTRA COST – Heated Concrete, PER YARD HC-1 When Requested ALLOWABLE EXTRA COST – Unloading, PER MINUTE XC-1 Unloading in excess of 5 minutes per cubic yard ALLOWABLE EXTRA COST – Water-Reducing Admixture SP-1 When Requested (High Range)(ASTM) Type F for

Rate $ 90.00 $ 90.00 $ 89.50 $ 97.00 $ 97.00 $ 95.50 $ 93.00 $ 93.00 $ 90.80 $ 96.20 $ 96.20 $ 93.75 $ 95.00 $ 95.00 $ 92.00

$125.00 $125.00 $120.00 $100.00 $ 85.00 $ 70.00 $ 50.00 $ $ $ 8.50 1.40 8.00

LER Concrete, Inc. P.O. Box 1 Falconer, New York 14733
Index No. Description HP = NYSDOT Class "HP", High Performance Concrete Superstructure Slabs and Structural Approach Slabs HP-SW Southwest Section ALLOWABLE EXTRA COST - Short load, PER LOAD S-1 1 cubic yard or less S-2 More than 1 CY, </= 2 CY S-3 More than 2 CY, </= 3 CY S-4 More than 3 CY, </= 4 CY S-5 More than 4 CY, </= 5 CY Rate for $140.50 $ $ $ $ 45.00 45.00 45.00 45.00 N/C

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ALLOWABLE EXTRA COST – Heated Concrete, PER YARD HC-1 When Requested ALLOWABLE EXTRA COST – Unloading, PER MINUTE XC-1 Unloading in excess of 5 minutes per cubic yard ALLOWABLE EXTRA COST – Water-Reducing Admixture SP-1 When Requested (High Range)(ASTM) Type F

$ 10.00 $ $ 1.00 6.00

Hanson Aggregates New York, Inc. 6895 Ellicott Street Pavilion, New York 14525
Index No. Description A = NYSDOT Class "A", General Purpose Structural A-SW Southwest Section D = NYSDOT Class "D", Thin Structured Application D-SW Southwest Section E = NYSDOT Class "E", Structural Slabs and Structural Approach Slabs E-SW Southwest Section F = NYSDOT Class "F", High Early Strength for Pavement or Structural Slabs F-SW Southwest Section H = NYSDOT Class "H", Pumping Applications H-SW Southwest Section ALLOWABLE EXTRA COST - Short load, PER LOAD S-1 1 cubic yard or less S-2 More than 1 CY, </= 2 CY S-3 More than 2 CY, </= 3 CY S-4 More than 3 CY, </= 4 CY S-5 More than 4 CY, </= 5 CY ALLOWABLE EXTRA COST – Heated Concrete, PER YARD HC-1 When Requested ALLOWABLE EXTRA COST – Unloading, PER MINUTE XC-1 Unloading in excess of 5 minutes per cubic yard ALLOWABLE EXTRA COST – Water-Reducing Admixture SP-1 When Requested (High Range)(ASTM) Type F Rate $ 97.25 $100.25 $ 98.50 $102.00 $100.25 $ 50.00 $ 50.00 $ 50.00 $ 50.00 No charge $ $ $ 9.50 1.00 5.50

State Bid. These prices will be compared with the prices on State Contract and all items will be purchased from the source most beneficial to the County. Five sets of specifications were sent out.

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Kistner Concrete Products, Inc. P.O. Box 218 East Pembroke, New York 14056
Mat Index No. FC35 FC45 FC70 Thickness /Mat Weight 4.5" / 2531 5.5" / 3094 8.5" / 4781 Rate $ 703.36 $ 852.48 $1,307.52

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Buffalo Crushed Stone, Inc. 2544 Clinton Street P.O. Box 710 Buffalo, NY 14224
Per Ton No. 1 ST No. 1 Crusher Run F.O.B. Co. Trucks 12.30 12.30 8.65 Delivered Northeast 16.10 16.10 12.45 Delivered Northwest 16.80 16.80 13.15 Delivered Southeast 18.20 18.20 14.55 Delivered Southwest 17.70 17.70 14.05

Two sets of specifications were sent out. State Bid. These prices will be compared with the prices on State Contract and all items will be purchased from the source most beneficial to the County.

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PROCESSED GRAVEL - see next page for listings Twenty-Three sets of specifications were sent out. State Bid. These prices will be compared with the prices on State Contract and all items will be purchased from the source most beneficial to the County.

Approved by 8 members of the Finance Committee and 7 members of the Public Works Committee. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote.

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ACT NO. 94-2007 by Mr. E. Ellis and Mr. Giardini AUTHORIZING COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR TO EXECUTE CONTRACT WITH WCA HOSPITAL FOR AUDIOMETRIC TESTING Pursuant to 29 CFR 1910.95 and Act 432-2002 of the Cattaraugus County Legislature.

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WHEREAS, Act 53-2006 authorized a contract with WCA Hospital, P.O. Box 840, Jamestown, New York 14702-0840, for the provision of audiometric examinations, monitoring and training services, the term of which expired December 31, 2006, and WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of 29 CFR 1910.95, the County must provide audiometric examinations, monitoring and training for those Public Works employees exposed to a noise level at, or above, the action level of 85 decibels for a time-weighted average of eight hours, and WHEREAS, the County is also desirous of providing the aforementioned services for up to 30 employees of the Cattaraugus County Sheriff's Department, and WHEREAS, WCA Hospital can provide the aforementioned testing for up to 125 Public Works employees and up to 30 Sheriff's Department employees, for an estimated amount of $2,300, as follows: $13.50/person/test for on-site annual follow-up audiograms, $17.00/person/test for pre-employment audiograms to be done at WCA Hospital, Speech & Hearing Department, and WHEREAS, sufficient funds are included in the 2007 budget to cover the costs of the aforementioned services, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the County Administrator be, and hereby is, authorized and directed to execute a contract, on behalf of Cattaraugus County, with WCA Hospital, for the provision of the above-described services, for a term commencing January 1, 2007 and terminating December 31, 2007, according to the above-described terms. Approved by 8 members of the Finance Committee and 8 members of the Public Works Committee. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote.

ACT NO. 95-2007 by Mr. E. Ellis, Mr. J. Ellis and Mr. Giardini AUTHORIZING THE CHAIR TO EXECUTE CONTRACT WITH STANTEC CONSULTING SERVICES, INC. FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR NEW ALBION BRIDGE NO. 35 FEDERAL-AID REPLACEMENT PROJECT Pursuant to Section 131-b of the Highway Law and Section 450 of the County Law. WHEREAS, Act 259-2006 authorized a contract with the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) and participation in the federalaid project for the replacement of New Albion Bridge No. 35, and WHEREAS, engineering services are needed for the New Albion Bridge No. 35 replacement project, located on Tannery Street over Tributary South Branch Cattaraugus Creek, BIN 3-32281-0, in the Town of New Albion, and

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WHEREAS, Stantec Consulting Services, Inc., 2250 BrightonHenrietta Town Line Road, Rochester, New York 14623-2706, has agreed to provide engineering services for the replacement of New Albion Bridge No. 35, for an amount not to exceed $219,137, as follows: Task 1.1000 2.2000 2.3000 2.5000 2.5064 3.4000 3.4600 3.4700 4.0000 5.7100 5.7310 5.7400 7.9100 Description Scoping Survey & Mapping ROW Survey & Mapping Environmental Studies Wetland Delineation Preliminary Bridge Design ROW Incidentals Design Approval Document Final Highway Design Advanced Detailed Plans Plans, Specifications & Estimate Bidding and Award Reporting Reimbursable Services (not to exceed) Total and $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Total 8,104.00 20,346.00 3,394.00 33,243.00 3,357.00 20,006.00 8,008.00 24,638.00 1,912.00 46,069.00 10,574.00 3,446.00 7,727.00 28,313.00

$219,137.00

WHEREAS, sufficient funds are included in the 2007 budget to cover the costs of the aforementioned services, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the Chair of the Legislature be, and hereby is, authorized and directed to execute a contract, on behalf of Cattaraugus County, with Stantec Consulting Services, Inc., for a term commencing February 15, 2007 and terminating December 31, 2008, according to the abovedescribed terms. Approved by 8 members of the Finance Committee and 8 members of the Public Works Committee. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote.

ACT NO. 96-2007 by Mr. Burrell AUTHORIZING THE CHAIR TO EXECUTE AMENDED CONTRACT WITH FORECON, INC. FOR FOREST MANAGEMENT SERVICES FOR 2006 Pursuant to Sections 215, 219 and 450 of the County Law. WHEREAS, Act 89-2006 authorized the Chair to execute a contract with Forecon, Inc., 1890 East Main Street Extension, Falconer, New York 14733, for the provision of forest management services for the County’s reforestation property, and WHEREAS, due to the rain in 2006, most of the $12,000 for the herbicide program was not expended, and WHEREAS, unanticipated work was performed, including clarification of the boundary of Ashford Reforestation Property No. 1, development of an alternate access route to Farmersville Reforestation Property No. 27 and exploration of possible boundary modification to Humphrey Reforestation Property Nos. 3-6, and

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WHEREAS, the contract must be modified to reflect the change in the herbicide program and the additional projects performed by Forecon, Inc., and WHEREAS, the contract should be modified to reflect the inability to conduct the herbicide program, and to increase the amount for forestry management services to an amount not to exceed $29,580, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the Chair of the Legislature be, and hereby is, authorized and directed to execute a contract, on behalf of Cattaraugus County, with Forecon, Inc., for the provision of the above-described management services for a term commencing January 1, 2006 and terminating December 31, 2006, according to the above-described terms. Approved by 8 members of the Finance Committee and 7 members of the Development and Agriculture Committee. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote.

ACT NO. 97-2007 by Mr. Burrell AUTHORIZING THE CHAIR TO EXECUTE DOCUMENTS FOR PERMANENT EASEMENT OVER ADJACENT PROPERTY FOR ACCESS TO CATTARAUGUS COUNTY REFORESTATION AREA NUMBER 27 AND TRANSFER OF FUNDS (Contingent Fund – Forestry) Pursuant to Sections 219, 363, 365 and 450 of the County Law. WHEREAS, John and Kim Osborne, 1908 East Hill Road, Franklinville, New York 14737, own property adjoining the north side of Cattaraugus County Reforestation Area Number 27, located in the Town of Farmersville, and WHEREAS, Cattaraugus County is desirous of purchasing a permanent easement across property owned by John and Kim Osborne, in order to access County Reforestation Area Number 27, and WHEREAS, John and Kim Osborne have agreed to grant the County a permanent easement, more fully described below, for an amount of $4,000, and WHEREAS, a transfer of funds is necessary to cover the cost of the aforementioned easement, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the Chair of the Legislature be, and hereby is, authorized and directed to execute a permanent easement, on behalf of Cattaraugus County, with John and Kim Osborne, for access to County Reforestation Area Number 27, more fully described as follows: ALL THAT PARCEL OF LAND, situate in the Town of Farmersville, County of Cattaraugus, State of New York, being part of Lot 3, Town 5, Range 4 of the Holland Land Company's survey, bounded and described as follows: PARCEL MFA-1 COMMENCING at the intersection of the southerly bounds of NYS Route 98 and the easterly bounds of the lands of John and Kim Osborne (reputed owners) as described in a deed recorded in the Cattaraugus County Clerk's Office in Liber 1030 a Page 492; THENCE S 54° 27' 40" W along the highway bounds, a distance of 326.01 feet to the point of beginning;

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35° 31' 05" E, a distance of 15.22 feet to a point; 4° 25' 53" E, a distance of 143.69 feet to a point; 3° 07' 04" W, a distance of 285.49 feet to a point; 10° 05' 41" W, a distance of 173.47 feet to a point; 15° 52' 18" W, a distance of 109.91 feet to a point; 4° 07' 34" W, a distance of 103.68 feet to a point; 5° 15' 59" E, a distance of 309.68 feet to a point; 14° 49' 51" E, a distance of 131.61 feet to a point;

THENCE N 75° 10' 09" E, a distance of 164.64 feet to a point lying on the easterly bounds of the lands of Osborne, said point lying 15.86 feet northerly from a found iron pin lying near the easterly bounds of Osborne. The above mentioned courses and distances comprise the centerline of a permanent easement across the lands of John and Kim Osborne, said easement being thirty (30) feet in width, fifteen (15) feet on each side of the centerline. The above-described easement is to be used for ingress and egress to Cattaraugus County Reforestation Area #27., and be it further RESOLVED, that the County Administrator is hereby directed to make the following budgetary changes: Decrease Appropriation Account: A.1990.445 Contingent Fund Increase Appropriation Account: A.8710.443 Permanent Easement $4,000.00 $4,000.00.

Approved by 8 members of the Finance Committee and 7 members of the Development and Agriculture Committee. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote. ACT NO. 98-2007 by Mr. Burrell and Mr. Boser AUTHORIZING THE CHAIR TO EXECUTE CONTRACTS WITH VARIOUS ENTITIES FOR TOURISM PROMOTION AND ADJUSTING VARIOUS APPROPRIATION AND REVENUE ACCOUNTS (Department of Economic Development, Planning & Tourism) Pursuant to Sections 224(14), 363, 366 and 450 of the County Law and Local Law Number 20-2003 (Intro Number 21-2003). WHEREAS, Program, and Act 465-2005 established a Tourism Promotion Grant

WHEREAS, the following entities have submitted proposals in a total amount of $109,998.95:

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Entity
Ellicottville Chamber of Commerce Brian McFadden P.O. Box 456 W. Washington Street Ellicottville, NY 14731 Greater Olean, Inc., d/b/a Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce John Sayegh 120 N. Union Street Olean, NY 14760

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Amount Requested
$20,000.00 $20,000.00 $ 8,788.95

Nature of Expenditure
Regional Radio Cable Television Website Upgrades

Amount Approved
$20,000.00 $20,000.00 $8,788.95 $48,788.95

Print Advertising Media Plan GOACC Events Accommodations Packages Olean Airport Tourism Attractions/ Retail Promotions Radio Advertising Media Plan GOACC Events Accommodations Packages Tourism Attractions/ Retail Promotions Television Advertising Media Plan GOACC Events Accommodations Packages Tourism Attractions/ Retail Promotions Brochure Distribution

$ $ $ $

3,900.00 4,000.00 2,770.00 7,000.00

$ 3,900.00 $ 4,000.00 $ 2,770.00 $ 7,000.00 $17,670.00 $ 4,000.00 $ 3,500.00 $ 500.00 $ 8,000.00 $ 5,100.00 $ 5,000.00 $ 1,000.00 $11,100.00 $ 900.00

$ 4,000.00 $ 3,500.00 $ 500.00

$ 5,100.00 $ 5,000.00 $ 1,000.00 $ 900.00

Greater Olean Area Chamber of Commerce Total Randolph Area Community Development Corp. Debra Luce P.O. Box 221 Randolph, NY 14772 Salamanca Area Chamber of Commerce Sue Zaprowski 26 Main Street Salamanca, NY 14779 Cable Television Radio – Jamestown Group $12,139.00 $ 2,656.00

$37,670.00 $12,139.00 $ 2,656.00 $14,795.00

Television Events Print Ads County Travel Guide I-86 Guide – Spring I-86 Guide – Fall Salamanca Press – Ski Salamanca Press – Park 2008 Ellicottville Phone Directory Brochure Development

$ 1,600.00 $ 3,420.00 $ 225.00 $ 140.00 $ 140.00 $ 100.00 $ 200.00 $ 170.00 $ 2,750.00

$ 1,600.00 $ 3,420.00 $ 225.00 $ 140.00 $ 140.00 $ 100.00 $ 200.00 $ 170.00 $5,995.00 $ 2,750.00

Gowanda Area Chamber of Commerce, Inc. P.O. Box 45 Gowanda, NY 14070

TOTAL FOR ALL CHAMBER GRANTS

$109,998.95

$109,998.95

and WHEREAS, the entities will return any unexpended funds to the County by January 10, 2008, and WHEREAS, various appropriation and revenue accounts must be adjusted, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the Chair of the Legislature be, and hereby is, authorized and directed to execute contracts, on behalf of Cattaraugus

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County, with the various entities listed above for the provision of the above-described tourism promotion grant program, according to the abovedescribed terms for a term commencing February 24, 2007 and terminating December 31, 2007, and be it further RESOLVED, that the County Administrator is hereby directed to make the following budgetary changes: Decrease Appropriation Account: A.6450.445 Grant Program for Tourism Increase Appropriation Accounts: A.6412.503 Ellicottville Chamber of Commerce A.6412.506 Gowanda Chamber of Commerce A.6412.510 Greater Olean, Inc. Chamber of Commerce A.6412.512 Salamanca Chamber of Commerce A.6412.525 Randolph Area Community Devel. Corp. $109,998.95 $ 48,788.95 $ 2,750.00 $ 37,670.00 $ 5,995.00 $ 14,795.00.

Approved by 8 members of the Finance Committee and 7 members of the Development and Agriculture Committee. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote.

ACT NO. 99-2007 by Mr. Baker and Mrs. Witte1 AUTHORIZING THE CHAIR TO EXECUTE CONTRACT WITH CATTARAUGUS-ALLEGANY WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD, INC. FOR DISABILITY PROGRAM NAVIGATOR PROJECT AND ADJUSTING VARIOUS APPROPRIATION AND REVENUE ACCOUNTS (Department of Social Services) Pursuant to Public Law 105-220 (Workforce Investment Act of 1998), 29 USCS 2841 and Sections 363, 366 and 450 of the County Law. WHEREAS, Act 454-2006 authorized a contract with the CattaraugusAllegany Workforce Investment Board, Inc., One Blue Bird Square, Lower Level, Olean, New York 14760, for the provision of employment services to disabled individuals, the term of which expired December 31, 2006, and WHEREAS, the County Department of Social Services is desirous of renewing the aforementioned contract, and WHEREAS, the Cattaraugus-Allegany Workforce Investment Board, Inc., (WIB) has proposed to designate Disability Program Navigators at each of its two One Stop Career Centers to enhance integration of provider services, increase the numbers of individuals with disabilities served, thereby increasing training opportunities, placement rates, earnings and employment retention of individuals with disabilities, and WHEREAS, the WIB has funds available to assist with the implementation of the above-described Disability Program Navigator Project, and WHEREAS, the WIB has agreed to grant to the County Department of Social Services an amount of $18,259.50 to contract for an employment specialist, who will aid in the implementation of the aforementioned project, and WHEREAS, a contract is necessary with the WIB in order to accept the aforementioned grant funds, and

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WHEREAS, various accounts must be adjusted in order to accommodate the costs of this program, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the Chair of the Legislature be, and hereby is, authorized and directed to execute a contract, on behalf of Cattaraugus County, with the Cattaraugus-Allegany Workforce Investment Board, Inc., for the provision of the above-described services, for a term commencing January 1, 2007 and terminating June 30, 2007, according to the above-described terms, and be it further RESOLVED, that the County Administrator is hereby directed to make the following budgetary changes: Increase Estimated Revenue Account: A.4799 Disability Program Navigator Increase Appropriation Account: A.6399.445 Disability Program Navigator $18,259.50 $18,259.50.

Approved by 8 members of the Finance Committee and 7 members of the Human Services Committee. The following Legislator requested her name be listed as an additional sponsor: “Mrs. Witte”. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote.
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ACT NO. 100-2007 by Mr. Baker and Mrs. Witte1 AUTHORIZING THE CHAIR TO EXECUTE CONTRACT WITH CATTARAUGUS REHABILITATION CENTER, INC. FOR DISABLED INDIVIDUAL EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST Pursuant to Public Law 105-220 (Workforce Investment Act of 1998), 29 USCS 2841 and Section 450 of the County Law. WHEREAS, Act 456-2006 authorized a contract with the CattaraugusAllegany Workforce Investment Board, Inc., to accept grant funds for the provision of employment services to disabled individuals, the term of which expired December 31, 2006, and WHEREAS, the County Department of Social Services is desirous of providing employment services to disabled individuals, and WHEREAS, the Cattaraugus Rehabilitation Center, Inc., 1439 Buffalo Street, Olean, New York 14760, can provide an employment specialist to aid in the implementation of the aforementioned project for an amount of $18,259.50, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the Chair of the Legislature be, and hereby is, authorized and directed to execute a contract, on behalf of Cattaraugus County, with the Cattaraugus Rehabilitation Center, Inc., for the provision of the above-described services, for a term commencing January 1, 2007 and terminating June 30, 2007, according to the above-described terms. Approved by 8 members of the Finance Committee and 7 members of the Human Services Committee.

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1 The following Legislator requested her name be listed as an additional sponsor: “Mrs. Witte”.

Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote. ACT NO. 101-2007 by Mr. Vecchiarella AUTHORIZING THE CHAIR TO EXECUTE GRANT DOCUMENTS WITH NEW YORK STATE DIVISION OF PROBATION AND CORRECTIONAL ALTERNATIVES FOR TANF PROJECT FOR COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAM Pursuant to 29 USCS Section 1604 and Section 450 of the County Law. WHEREAS, Act 459-2005 authorized the Chair to execute a grant application and contract with the New York State Division of Probation and Correctional Alternatives for TANF Project for Community Corrections Programs for the 2005-2006 program year, the term of which expired September 30, 2006, and WHEREAS, the County Probation Department is eligible to apply for a renewal grant in the amount of $121,635 for the period October 1, 2006 to September 30, 2007, and WHEREAS, a contract is necessary with the New York State Division of Probation and Correctional Alternatives in order to accept the aforementioned funding, and WHEREAS, this program is 100% federally funded, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the Chair of the Legislature be, and hereby is, authorized and directed to execute grant documents, on behalf of Cattaraugus County, with the New York State Division of Probation and Correctional Alternatives, in order to apply for, and accept, the aforementioned grant funds, for a term commencing October 1, 2006 and terminating September 30, 2007, according to the above-described terms. Approved by 8 members of the Finance Committee and 6 members of the Public Safety Committee. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote. ACT NO. 102-2007 by Mr. Felton and Mr. Schafer and Mrs. Witte1 AUTHORIZING THE CHAIR TO EXECUTE GRANT DOCUMENTS THROUGH NEW YORK STATE OFFICE FOR THE AGING FOR MEMBER ITEM FUNDING TO OFFSET COSTS OF CAPITAL RENOVATIONS AT THE PINES HEALTHCARE AND REHABILITATION CENTER – OLEAN CAMPUS AND ADJUSTING VARIOUS APPROPRIATION AND REVENUE ACCOUNTS (Department of Nursing Homes) Pursuant to Section 95-a of the General Municipal Law and Sections 363, 366 and 450 of the County Law. WHEREAS, up to $10,000 is available through the New York State Office for the Aging to offset costs for capital renovations to the Pines Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center – Olean Campus, and

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WHEREAS, a contract is necessary in order to receive the aforementioned member item funding, and WHEREAS, various appropriation and revenue accounts must be adjusted in order to accommodate the aforementioned member item funding, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the Chair of the Legislature be, and hereby is, authorized and directed to execute grant documents, on behalf of Cattaraugus County, with the New York State Office for the Aging, to receive the aforementioned member item funding, according to the above-described terms, and be it further RESOLVED, that the County Administrator is hereby directed to make the following budgetary changes: Increase Estimated Revenue Account: EF.3035 Member Item Grant Increase Appropriation Account: EF.1160.001 Building Improvements $10,000.00 $10,000.00.

Approved by 8 members of the Finance Committee and 6 members of the Senior Services Committee. The following Legislator requested her name be listed as an additional sponsor: “Mrs. Witte”. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote.
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ACT NO. 103-2007 by Mr. Felton and Mr. Schafer and Mrs. Witte1 AUTHORIZING CHARGE-OFFS OF CERTAIN ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE IN THE DEPARTMENT OF NURSING HOMES Pursuant to Section 153 of the County Law. WHEREAS, the Department of Nursing Homes has accounts receivable in which there has been no recent action, and WHEREAS, the New York State Department of Audit and Control has recommended that the County remove these bad debts from the records of the Department of Nursing Homes, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the Cattaraugus County Legislature hereby authorizes the removal of the following debts from the accounts receivable records of the Department of Nursing Homes: Machias Facility Breman, Richard Breman, Lorraine Jerge, Robert Bauer, Helen Westover, Georgia Thomas, Geraldine Welninski, Gloria Tomes, Iva McGilvray, Agnes Sherwood, Winifred $ 33.50 $ 4.00 $ 135.79 $ 512.07 $ 47.82 $3,092.63 $ 544.28 $ 160.52 $ 6.25 $ 3.00

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Steigman, Carl Webster, Helen Fisher, Rose McClure, Deborah Brown, Harriet Evans, Norma Fisher, Marjory Hull, Fannie Miles, Francis Pixley, Geraldine Plumb, Theresa Olean Facility Tomes, Iva Gould, Grace Holland, Richard Inman, James Tommasino, Orest $ 2.50 $ 826.00 $ 1.99 $2,557.95 $ .50 $ 26.30 $1,877.60 $ 86.51 $2,425.18 $ 885.74 $1,395.74 Total Machias Facility $ 945.21 $ 722.23 $1,765.07 $ 653.26 $3,014.90 Total Olean Facility TOTAL

$14,625.87

$ 7,100.67 $21,627.54.

Approved by 8 members of the Finance Committee and 6 members of the Senior Services Committee.
1 The following Legislator requested her name be listed as an additional sponsor: “Mrs. Witte”.

Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote.

ACT NO. 104-2007 by Mr. Baker and Mrs. Witte1 AUTHORIZING THE CHAIR TO EXECUTE CONTRACT WITH PARENT EDUCATION PROGRAM FOR HEALTH DEPARTMENT WIC PEER COUNSELING PROGRAM Pursuant to 42 USCS Section 1786 and Section 450 of the County Law. WHEREAS, the County Health Department is desirous of obtaining the services of a Breastfeeding Peer Counselor, and WHEREAS, the County Health Department has been awarded funding for the Enhanced Peer Counselor Program through the New York State WIC Program, and WHEREAS, Parent Education Program, 234 North Union Street, Olean, New York 14760, has agreed to provide the aforementioned breastfeeding peer counselor services for the County Health Department, for an amount not to exceed $19,871, as follows: Peer Counselor Wages (2 @ $10.20/hr for 17.5 hrs/week for 34.4 weeks) Fringe Rate for those wages @ 11.39% Administrative Costs $12,280.00 $ 1,398.00 $ 3,460.00

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Travel paid to Peer Counselor @ $.445/mile Equipment – 2 cell phones to be provided and paid by the County Other Expenses- Phone charges, postage, etc. and

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$ 2,000.00 $ 240.00 $ 493.00

WHEREAS, this program is 100% funded through the USDA Loving Support Through Peer Counseling Grant Program, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the Chair be, and hereby is, authorized and directed to execute a contract, on behalf of Cattaraugus County, with Parent Education Program, for the provision of the above-described services, for a term commencing February 1, 2007 and terminating September 30, 2007, according to the above-described terms, and be it further RESOLVED, that upon reduction or termination of funding for this program, then this program shall be automatically abolished. Approved by 8 members of the Finance Committee and 7 members of the Human Services Committee.
1 The following Legislator requested her name be listed as an additional sponsor: “Mrs. Witte”.

Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote. ACT NO. 105-2007 by Mr. Baker and Mrs. Witte1 AMENDING ACT 73-2007 REGARDING CONTRACT WITH CORNELL COOPERATIVE EXTENSION FOR HEALTH DEPARTMENT REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH EDUCATOR/RN Pursuant to 10 NYCRR Part 40-1 and Act 432-2002 of the Cattaraugus County Legislature. WHEREAS, Act 73-2007 authorized a contract with Cornell Cooperative Extension, 28 Parkside Drive, Ellicottville, New York 14731, for the provision of Reproductive Health Educator/RN services for the Health Department Family Planning Clinics, the term of which expires December 31, 2007, and WHEREAS, the Family Planning Grant budget for 2007 reflects the health educator position be full-time Registered Nurse, WHEREAS, Act 73-2007 should be amended to reflect the appropriate change in salary, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that Act 73-2007 be, and hereby is, amended as follows: In the Third Resolved, delete: "Wages & Associated Personnel Costs $34,435.00" and "Mileage (@ $.445 per mile) $1,722.00", and replace with the following: "Wages: 35 hours/week @ $20.40/hour Associated Costs @ 5.0% $37,128.00 $ 1,856.40 $38,984.40

Plus approved mileage at the rate of $.445 per mile Approved expenses will be reimbursed at cost."

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Approved by 8 members of the Finance Committee and 7 members of the Human Services Committee. The following Legislator requested her name be listed as an additional sponsor: “Mrs. Witte”. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote. ACT NO. 106-2007 by Mr. Baker and Mrs. Witte1 AUTHORIZING THE CHAIR TO EXECUTE CONTRACT WITH NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH FOR CHILD FIND AND EARLY INTERVENTION PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION (EIP) Pursuant to Public Law 98-8 and Section 450 of the County Law. WHEREAS, Act 392-2005 authorized the Chair to execute a contract with the New York State Department of Health and various entities for the Child Find (Infant & Child Health Assessment Program), the Early Intervention Program (EIP) administration, the term of which expired September 30, 2006, and WHEREAS, the New York State Department of Health, Bureau of Child and Adolescent Health, has approved funding in the amount of $59,243 to the County Health Department to continue a system to gather quality information about children with special health care needs in Cattaraugus County for the period commencing October 1, 2006 and terminating September 30, 2007, and WHEREAS, a contract is necessary with the New York State Department of Health in order to obtain the aforementioned funding, and WHEREAS, this program is 53% federal and 47% state funded, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the Chair of the Legislature be, and hereby is, authorized and directed to execute a contract, on behalf of Cattaraugus County, with the New York State Department of Health, in order to obtain the aforementioned funding for the Child Find and Early Intervention Programs, for a five-year term commencing October 1, 2006 and terminating September 30, 2011, according to the above-described terms. Approved by 8 members of the Finance Committee and 7 members of the Human Services Committee. The following Legislator requested her name be listed as an additional sponsor: “Mrs. Witte”. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote. ACT NO. 107-2007 by Mr. Burrell AUTHORIZING COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR TO EXECUTE CONTRACT WITH SOFTSHARE, INC. FOR SOFTSHARE BID MATCH SERVICES FOR PROCUREMENT TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM Pursuant to 10 USCS 4211 and Act 432-2002 of the Cattaraugus County Legislature.
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WHEREAS, Act 114-2006 authorized a contract with Softshare, Inc., 2241 Stanwood Drive, Santa Barbara, California 93103, for the provision of governmental bid opportunities to clients of the County's Procurement Technical Assistance Program, for an amount of $6,000, the term of which expired January 31, 2007, and WHEREAS, the County Department of Economic Development, Planning and Tourism is desirous of renewing the aforementioned contract, and WHEREAS, Softshare, Inc., has agreed to continue providing governmental bid opportunities to clients of the County's Procurement Technical Assistance Program for an amount of $7,000, and WHEREAS, sufficient funds are included in the 2007 budget to cover the costs of the aforementioned services, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the County Administrator be, and hereby is, authorized and directed to execute a contract, on behalf of Cattaraugus County, with Softshare, Inc., for the provision of the above-described services, for a term commencing February 1, 2007 and terminating January 31, 2008, according to the above-described terms. Approved by 8 members of the Finance Committee, 7 members of the Development and Agriculture Committee and 4 members of the County Operations Committee. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote.

ACT NO. 108-2007 by Mr. Burrell, Mr. Marsh and Mr. Anastasia AUTHORIZING THE CHAIR TO EXECUTE CONTRACT WITH NTS DATA SERVICES, INC. FOR BOARD OF ELECTIONS IMAGING SOFTWARE SYSTEM MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT Pursuant to Sections 5-708(5.a) and 8-304 of the Election Law and Section 450 of the County Law. WHEREAS, Act 199-2002 authorized a purchase and installation agreement and software license agreement for the Team-2000 Voter Information software system and maintenance, which included maintenance and support services through December 31, 2006, and WHEREAS, Act 272-2004 authorized a contract for the provision of an Imaging Software System, called "IMAGE-IT! Full Document Imaging" and maintenance and support services, and WHEREAS, the County Board of Elections is desirous of continuing the maintenance and support services on both of the above-described software systems, and WHEREAS, NTS Data Services, Inc., 1342 Military Road, Niagara Falls, New York 14304-1730, can provide the maintenance and support services for the Team-2000 Voter Information software system and the "IMAGE-IT! Full Document Imaging" software system, for an amount of $27,573.88, payable in two payments of $13,786.94, for a two-year period commencing January 1, 2007 and terminating December 31, 2008, and WHEREAS, sufficient funds are included in the 2007 budget to cover the costs of the aforementioned services, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the Chair of the Legislature be, and hereby is, authorized and directed to execute a contract, on behalf of Cattaraugus County, with NTS Data Services, Inc., for the provision of the above-

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described services, for a term commencing January 1, 2007 and terminating December 31, 2008, according to the above-described terms. Approved by 8 members of the Finance Committee and 4 members of the County Operations Committee. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote. ACT NO. 109-2007 by Mr. Marsh and Mr. Anastasia and Mr. Burrell1 AUTHORIZING THE CHAIR TO EXECUTE CONTRACT WITH NEW YORK STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS FOR HELP AMERICA VOTE ACT (HAVA) FUNDS REIMBURSEMENT AND ADJUSTING VARIOUS APPROPRIATION AND REVENUE ACCOUNTS (Voter Education/Poll Worker Training Program) (Board of Elections) Pursuant to 42 USCS 15421, Sections 10 and 16 of Chapter 181 of the Laws of 2005 and Sections 363, 366 and 450 of the County Law. WHEREAS, reimbursement is available through the New York State Board of Elections Help America Vote Act (HAVA) for the provision of poll worker training and voter education, and WHEREAS, the County Board of Elections is eligible to receive HAVA reimbursement in the amount of $46,737.12 for the Voter Education/Pollworker Training Program, and WHEREAS, a contract is necessary with the New York State Board of Elections in order to receive the aforementioned HAVA reimbursement, and WHEREAS, the aforementioned program is 95% federally and 5% county funded, and WHEREAS, various appropriation and revenue accounts must be adjusted, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the Chair of the Legislature be, and hereby is, authorized and directed to execute contracts, on behalf of Cattaraugus County, with the New York State Board of Elections, in order to receive the aforementioned HAVA funding, for a term commencing October 1, 2006 and terminating March 31, 2008, according to the above-described terms, and be it further RESOLVED, that the County Administrator is hereby directed to make the following budgetary changes: Increase Estimated Revenue Account: A.4089 Help America Vote Act Increase Appropriation Account: A.1450.476 HAVA Training Contract $18,737.00 $18,737.00.

Approved by 8 members of the Finance Committee and 4 members of the County Operations Committee. The following Legislator requested his name be listed as an additional sponsor “Mr. Burrell”. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote.
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ACT NO. 110-2007 by Mr. Marsh and Mr. Anastasia AUTHORIZING THE CHAIR TO EXECUTE CONTRACT WITH NEW YORK STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS FOR HELP AMERICA VOTE ACT (HAVA) FUNDS REIMBURSEMENT AND ADJUSTING VARIOUS APPROPRIATION AND REVENUE ACCOUNTS (New York State Voting Access for Individuals with Disabilities Polling Place Access Improvement) (Board of Elections) Pursuant to Sections 363, 366 and 450 of the County Law.

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WHEREAS, reimbursement is available through the New York State Board of Elections Help America Vote Act (HAVA) to establish, expand and improve access to, and participation by individuals with a full range of disabilities in, the election process, and WHEREAS, the County Board of Elections is eligible to receive HAVA reimbursement in the amount of $23,368 for the New York State Voting Access for Individuals with Disabilities Polling Place Access Improvement, and WHEREAS, a contract is necessary with the New York State Board of Elections in order to receive the aforementioned HAVA reimbursement, and WHEREAS, the aforementioned program is 100% state funded, and WHEREAS, various appropriation and revenue accounts must be adjusted, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the Chair of the Legislature be, and hereby is, authorized and directed to execute a contract, on behalf of Cattaraugus County, with the New York State Board of Elections, in order to receive the aforementioned HAVA funding, for a term commencing April 1, 2006 and terminating March 31, 2008, according to the above-described terms, and be it further RESOLVED, that the County Administrator is hereby directed to make the following budgetary changes: Increase Estimated Revenue Account: A.3090 Polling Access Improvement Increase Appropriation Account: A.1450.413 ADA/HAVA Compliance $23,368.00 $23,368.00.

Approved by 8 members of the Finance Committee and 4 members of the County Operations Committee. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote.

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ACT NO. 111-2007 by Mr. Marsh and Mr. Anastasia AUTHORIZING THE CHAIR TO EXECUTE CONTRACT WITH NEW YORK STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS FOR HELP AMERICA VOTE ACT (HAVA) FUNDS REIMBURSEMENT AND ADJUSTING VARIOUS APPROPRIATION AND REVENUE ACCOUNTS (HHS Voting Access for Individuals with Disabilities Polling Place Access Improvement) (Board of Elections) Pursuant to 42 USCS 15301(b)(G), 42 USCS 15421 and Sections 363, 366 and 450 of the County Law.

WHEREAS, reimbursement is available through the New York State Board of Elections Help America Vote Act (HAVA) to establish, expand and improve access to, and participation by individuals with a full range of disabilities in, the election process, and WHEREAS, the County Board of Elections is eligible to receive HAVA reimbursement in the amount of $11,226 for the HHS Voting Access for Individuals with Disabilities Polling Place Access Improvement, and WHEREAS, a contract is necessary with the New York State Board of Elections in order to receive the aforementioned HAVA reimbursement, and WHEREAS, the aforementioned program is 100% federally funded, and WHEREAS, various appropriation and revenue accounts must be adjusted, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the Chair of the Legislature be, and hereby is, authorized and directed to execute a contract, on behalf of Cattaraugus County, with the New York State Board of Elections, in order to receive the aforementioned HAVA funding, for a term commencing October 1, 2006 and terminating March 31, 2008, according to the above-described terms, and be it further RESOLVED, that the County Administrator is hereby directed to make the following budgetary changes: Increase Estimated Revenue Account: A.4090 HHS Polling Access Increase Appropriation Account: A.1450.413 ADA/HAVA Compliance $11,226.00 $11,226.00.

Approved by 8 members of the Finance Committee and 4 members of the County Operations Committee. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote.

ACT NO. 112-2007 by Mr. Marsh AUTHORIZING THE PURCHASE OF MIMIX SOFTWARE SYSTEM AND THE CHAIR TO EXECUTE CONTRACT WITH APPLICATION DESIGN SERVICE, INC. FOR SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE SERVICES Pursuant to Section 450 of the County Law. WHEREAS, the Cattaraugus County Sheriff's Office, along with the Department of Information Services, is desirous of replicating the Little

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Valley County Building's IBM AS400 system at the Public Works Facility in Little Valley, as part of the backup system development, and WHEREAS, Application Design Service, Inc., 250 A Centerville Road, Warwick, Rhode Island 02886, can provide and install the software necessary for the replication of the IBM AS400 at an amount of $51,110, as follows: SOFTWARE Mimix Software $25,500.00 ha Lite Version V4R4 SERVICES-2 Implementation Services $20,000.00 MAINTENANCE Maintenance Agreement $ 5,610.00 annually, and WHEREAS, the aforementioned software shall be fully installed by March 31, 2007, and WHEREAS, sufficient funds are included in the budget to cover the costs of the aforementioned services, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the Chair of the Legislature be, and hereby is, authorized and directed to execute a contract, on behalf of Cattaraugus County, with Application Design Service, Inc., for the provision of the above-described software and services, for a term commencing October 1, 2006 to continue in full force and effect until terminated by either party hereto, according to the above-described terms. Approved by 8 members of the Finance Committee, 6 members of the Public Safety Committee and 4 members of the County Operations Committee. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote.

ACT NO. 113-2007 by Mr. Baker who asks immediate consideration AUTHORIZING THE CHAIR TO EXECUTE CONTRACT WITH NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH FOR TELEMEDICINE DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM Pursuant to Section 3621 of the Public Health Law and Section 450 of the County Law. WHEREAS, the County Health Department has been awarded a grant in the amount of $111,700 through the New York State Department of Health, Division of Home & Community Based Care, for the Telemedicine Demonstration Program, and WHEREAS, telemedicine is the use of communication equipment to link health care practitioners to patients who are not in the same location as the practitioners, and WHEREAS, the purpose of the telemedicine home care demonstration program is to evaluate the use of telemedicine in the delivery of home care services, and WHEREAS, the grant funding will be used to implement and evaluate telemedicine/telehomecare technologies, and WHEREAS, a contract is necessary with the New York State Department of Health in order to accept the aforementioned grant funding, and WHEREAS, this program is 100% state funded, now, therefore, be it

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RESOLVED, that the Chair of the Legislature be, and hereby is, authorized and directed to execute a contract, on behalf of Cattaraugus County, with the New York State Department of Health, in order to accept the aforementioned grant, for a term commencing January 1, 2007 and terminating December 31, 2008, according to the above-described terms. MR. SCHAFER moved, seconded by Mr. Anastasia to waive Rule 12. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote. Carried.

ACT NO. 114-2007 by Mr. Baker who asks immediate consideration AUTHORIZING COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR TO EXECUTE CONTRACT WITH CATTARAUGUS COMMUNITY ACTION, INC., FOR RESIDENTIAL SERVICES FOR VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Pursuant to 18 NYCRR Parts 408 and 452.2(b), Article 6-A of the Social Services Law and Act 432-2002 of the Cattaraugus County Legislature. WHEREAS, Act 512-2005 authorized a contract with Cattaraugus Community Action, Inc., 25 Jefferson Street, P.O. Box 308, Salamanca, New York 14779, for the provision of necessary and available approved residential services to victims of domestic violence, the term of which expired December 31, 2006, and WHEREAS, the County Department of Social Services is desirous of renewing the aforementioned contract, and WHEREAS, Cattaraugus Community Action, Inc., has agreed to administer the aforementioned program at a cost of $69.77 per person per day, or at the 2007 rate as set by New York State, and WHEREAS, this program is 50% federal, 25% state and 25% county funded, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the County Administrator be, and hereby is, authorized and directed to execute a contract, on behalf of Cattaraugus County, with Cattaraugus Community Action, Inc., for the administration of the above-described program, for a term commencing January 1, 2007 and terminating December 31, 2007, according to the above-described terms, and be it further RESOLVED, that upon termination or reduction of either state or federal funding for this program, then this program shall be automatically abolished. MR. BAKER moved, seconded by Mr. McLaughlin to waive Rule 12. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote. Carried.

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ACT NO. 115-2006 by Mr. Baker who asks immediate consideration AUTHORIZING THE CHAIR TO EXECUTE CONTRACT WITH H. JEFFREY MARCUS FOR DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY SERVICES LEGAL TRAINING Pursuant to Section 450 of the County Law.

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WHEREAS, the Department of Community Services is desirous of obtaining training regarding legal issues that impact juvenile clients, and WHEREAS, the law office of H. Jeffrey Marcus, 5888 Main Street, Williamsville, New York 14221, can provide two (2) hours of training regarding the legal responsibilities of school districts for clients enrolled in special education programs, the McKinney Vento Act and other issues encountered by children who receive counseling and/or case management services from the County Department of Community Services, for a total amount of $200, and WHEREAS, sufficient funds are included in the 2007 budget to cover the costs of the aforementioned services, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the Chair of the Legislature be, and hereby is, authorized and directed to execute a contract, on behalf of Cattaraugus County, with H. Jeffrey Marcus, for the provision of the above-described services, for a term commencing February 14, 2007 and terminating April 30, 2007, according to the above-described terms. MR. O’BRIEN moved, seconded by Mr. McClune to waive Rule 12. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote. ACT NO. 116-2007 by Mr. Baker and Mrs. Abers, Mr. O’Brien, Mr. McClune, Mr. Vecchiarella and Mrs. Witte1 who ask immediate consideration AUTHORIZING COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR TO EXECUTE CONTRACT WITH CATTARAUGUS COMMUNITY ACTION, INC., FOR NON-RESIDENTIAL SERVICES FOR VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Pursuant to 18 NYCRR Parts 408 and 452.2(b), Article 6-A of the Social Services Law and Act 432-2002 of the Cattaraugus County Legislature. WHEREAS, Act 513-2005 authorized a contract with Cattaraugus Community Action, Inc., 25 Jefferson Street, P.O. Box 308, Salamanca, New York 14779, for the provision of mandated approved non-residential services to victims of domestic violence, the term of which expired December 31, 2006, and WHEREAS, the County Department of Social Services is desirous of renewing the aforementioned contract, and WHEREAS, Cattaraugus Community Action, Inc., has agreed to administer the aforementioned program at a cost not to exceed $50,000, and WHEREAS, this program is 100% federally funded, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the County Administrator be, and hereby is, authorized and directed to execute a contract, on behalf of Cattaraugus Carried.

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County, with Cattaraugus Community Action, Inc., for the administration of the above-described program, for a term commencing January 1, 2007 and terminating December 31, 2007, according to the above-described terms. MR. Carried. MOSER moved, seconded by Mr. Vecchiarella to waive Rule 12.

1 The following Legislators requested their names be listed as additional sponsors: “Mrs. Abers, Mr. O’Brien, Mr. McClune, Mr. Vecchiarella and Mrs. Witte”.

Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote.

ACT NO. 117-2007 by Mr. Baker who asks immediate consideration AUTHORIZING THE CHAIR TO EXECUTE CONTRACT WITH BUFFALO STATE COLLEGE FOR HEALTH DEPARTMENT FAMILY PLANNING CAMP Pursuant to Section 450 of the County Law. WHEREAS, the County Health Department is desirous of holding a family planning weekend retreat for at-risk female adolescents, and WHEREAS, Buffalo State College, United Students' Government, Student Union 402, 1300 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo, New York 14222, has agreed to allow the County Health Department to use the Lodge at Whispering Pines Camp, located on Raub Road in the Town of Franklinville, New York, for the aforementioned family planning camp to be held April 27, 2007 through April 29, 2007, for an amount of $1,500, and WHEREAS, this program is 100% state funded, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the Chair of the Legislature be, and hereby is, authorized and directed to execute a contract, on behalf of Cattaraugus County, with Buffalo State College, for the provision of the above-described services, for a term commencing April 27, 2007 and terminating April 29, 2007, according to the above-described terms. MR. J. ELLIS moved, seconded by Mrs. Witte to waive Rule 12. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote. ACT NO. 118-2007 by Mr. Baker and Mr. Burrell, Mr. Moser, Mr. O’Brien and Mr. Vecchiarella1 who ask immediate consideration AUTHORIZING HEALTH DEPARTMENT TO EXECUTE CONTRACT WITH DANIEL HALE FOR ADMINISTRATIVE HEARING OFFICER SERVICES Pursuant to Section 309 of the Public Health Law and Part 9 of the Cattaraugus County Sanitary Code. WHEREAS, Act 585-2005 authorized a contract with Stewart Hill for Administrative Hearing Officer services for the County Health Department, at Carried.

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the rate of $15.00 per hour, plus meal cost during Board of Health meetings, the term of which expired December 31, 2006, and WHEREAS, the County Health Department is in need of an Administrative Hearing Officer to preside over administrative hearings on behalf of the Cattaraugus County Board of Health, as the governing body of the Cattaraugus County Health Department, which has the responsibility of ensuring that all persons found in violation of the State and/or County Sanitary Code are provided an opportunity for a fair hearing, and WHEREAS, Daniel Hale, 420 Highland Terrace, P.O. Box 568, Portville, New York 14770, has agreed to act as Administrative Hearing Officer for the Cattaraugus County Health Department at the rate of $20.00 per hour, which includes mileage, plus meal cost during Board of Health meetings, and WHEREAS, the County Health Department is eligible to receive 36% state aid for the aforementioned services, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the Cattaraugus County Legislature hereby authorizes the Health Department to execute a contract, on behalf of Cattaraugus County, with Daniel Hale for the provision of the Administrative Hearing Officer Services, for a term commencing February 15, 2007 and terminating December 31, 2007, according to the above-described terms. MR. MARSH moved, seconded by Mr. Boser to waive Rule 12.
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The following Legislators requested their names be listed as additional sponsors: “Mr. Burrell, Mr. Moser, Mr. O’Brien and Mr. Vecchiarella”. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote. ACT NO. 119-2007 by Mr. Burrell who asks immediate consideration AUTHORIZING CHARGE-OFF OF A CERTAIN ACCOUNT RECEIVABLE IN DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, PLANNING & TOURISM Pursuant to Section 153 of the County Law. WHEREAS, the Department of Economic Development, Planning & Tourism has accounts receivable from the Microenterprise Loan Funds in which there has been no recent action, and WHEREAS, the following individual has filed a bankruptcy petition and has had her debts discharged, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the Cattaraugus County Legislature hereby authorizes the removal of the following debt from the accounts receivable records of the Department of Economic Development, Planning & Tourism: Karen Anastasia $4,695.35. Carried.

MR. BAKER moved, seconded by Mr. Giardini to waive Rule 12. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote.

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ACT NO. 120-2007 by Mr. Couture who asks immediate consideration AUTHORIZING THE CHAIR TO EXECUTE CONTRACT WITH NEW YORK STATE DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES FOR OPERATION SAFE CHILD PROGRAM AND ADJUSTING VARIOUS APPROPRIATION AND REVENUE ACCOUNTS (District Attorney's Office) Pursuant to Chapter 53 of the Laws of 1990 and Sections 363, 366 and 450 of the County Law.

WHEREAS, the District Attorney's Office has been awarded funding in the amount of $15,000 through the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services, for the Operation Safe Child program, and WHEREAS, the aforementioned program will be implemented by the Sheriff's Office, and WHEREAS, Operation Safe Child is an initiative that will raise awareness about child safety and make the current Child ID system more readily available to parents throughout New York State, and WHEREAS, a contract is necessary with the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services in order to accept the aforementioned funding, and WHEREAS, various appropriation and revenue accounts must be adjusted in order to accommodate the aforementioned funding, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the Chair of the Legislature be, and hereby is, authorized and directed to execute a contract, on behalf of Cattaraugus County, with the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services, for the provision of the above-described services, for a term commencing February 1, 2007 and terminating August 15, 2007, according to the above-described terms, and be it further RESOLVED, hat the County Administrator is hereby directed to make the following budgetary changes: Increase Estimated Revenue Account: A.3365 Operation Safe Child Program Grant Increase Appropriation Accounts: A.3110.203 Computer Equipment/Software A.3110.492 Safe Child Project Expenses MR. Carried. BURRELL moved, seconded by Mr. McLaughlin $15,000.00 $10,960.00 $ 4,040.00. to waive Rule 12.

Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote.

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ACT NO. 121-2007 by Mr. J. Ellis and Mrs. Abers, Mr. Baker, Mr. Burrell, Mr. Couture, Mr. Felton, Mr. Marsh, Mr. Moser, Mr. O’Brien, Mr. Schafer, Mr. Anastasia, Mr. Boser, Mr. Giardini, Mr. McClune, Mr. McLaughlin, Mr. Sprague, Mr. Vecchiarella, Mrs. Witte and Mr. Zollinger1 who ask immediate consideration SUPPORTING BERTRAND-CHAFFEE HOSPITAL Pursuant to Section 153 of the County Law.

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WHEREAS, Bertrand-Chaffee Hospital, located in Springville, New York, is one of many rural healthcare facilities facing financial challenges, and WHEREAS, the hospital recently filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in order to reorganize, to pay off debts and to improve its operations, and WHEREAS, founded in 1947, the hospital provides valuable healthcare services to the residents of southern Erie, Wyoming and northern Cattaraugus Counties, and WHEREAS, the hospital employs 270 people in the area, and WHEREAS, the Cattaraugus County Legislature should encourage the Bertrand-Chaffee Hospital Board of Directors in their efforts to overcome the financial challenges facing the hospital, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the Cattaraugus County Legislature hereby supports the Bertrand-Chaffee Hospital Board of Directors in its efforts to continue to provide quality healthcare to the residents of northern Cattaraugus County, and be it further RESOLVED, that the Clerk of the Legislature is hereby directed to forward certified copies of this resolution to Senator Young, Assembly Member Giglio and Mary Kwiatek, Chief Executive Officer of Bertrand-Chaffee Hospital. MR. FELTON moved, seconded by Mr. Sprague to waive Rule 12.
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The following Legislators requested their names be listed as additional sponsors: “Mrs. Abers, Mr. Baker, Mr. Burrell, Mr. Couture, Mr. Felton, Mr. Marsh, Mr. Moser, Mr. O’Brien, Mr. Schafer, Mr. Anastasia, Mr. Boser, Mr. Giardini, Mr. McClune, Mr. McLaughlin, Mr. Sprague, Mr. Vecchiarella, Mrs. Witte and Mr. Zollinger”. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote. ACT NO. 122-2007 by Mr. Couture Mrs. Abers, Mr. Baker, Mr. Burrell, Mr. J. Ellis, Mr. Felton, Mr. Marsh, Mr. Moser, Mr. O’Brien, Mr. Schafer, Mr. Anastasia, Mr. Boser, Mr. Giardini, Mr. McClune, Mr. McLaughlin, Mr. Sprague, Mr. Vecchiarella, Mrs. Witte and Mr. Zollinger1 who ask immediate consideration REQUESTING FEDERAL GOVERNMENT REINSTATE FUNDING FOR WEST VALLEY DEMONSTRATION PROJECT CLEANUP Pursuant to Section 153 of the County Law. WHEREAS, the proposed 2007-2008 federal budget for the continued cleanup of the West Valley Demonstration Project site proposes a 25% cut,

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from the current federal fiscal year funding of $76.33 million to a proposed funding level of $54.4 million, and WHEREAS, the federal government must continue to provide adequate funding levels to continue the clean up project as thoroughly and expeditiously as possible, now, therefore, be it RESOLVED, that the Cattaraugus County Legislature hereby requests the federal government fund the West Valley Demonstration Project site cleanup for federal fiscal year 2007-2008 at least the current level of $76.33 million, and be it further RESOLVED, that the Clerk of the Legislature is hereby directed to forward certified copies of this resolution to Senators Schumer and Clinton, Congressman Kuhl, State Senator Young, Assembly Member Giglio and Paul Piciulo, Director of the West Valley Site Management Program. MR. Carried. ZOLLINGER
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moved,

seconded

by

Mr.

Anastasia

to

waive

Rule

12.

The following Legislators requested their names be listed as additional sponsors: “Mrs. Abers, Mr. Baker, Mr. Burrell, Mr. J. Ellis, Mr. Felton, Mr. Marsh, Mr. Moser, Mr. O’Brien, Mr. Schafer, Mr. Anastasia, Mr. Boser, Mr. Giardini, Mr. McClune, Mr. McLaughlin, Mr. Sprague, Mr. Vecchiarella, Mrs. Witte and Mr. Zollinger”. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote. ACT NO. 123-2007 by Mr. Baker who asks immediate consideration AUTHORIZING THE CHAIR TO EXECUTE CONTRACT WITH PROFICIO CONSULTING, INC. OF MIS615, SUNY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY FOR INTERNSHIP PROGRAM Pursuant to Section 450 of the County Law. WHEREAS, Proficio Consulting, Inc., of MIS615, SUNY Institute Technology, Utica, New York 13504, is desirous of providing consulting and business plan development services related to the implementation of distance learning capabilities for the County Health Department, and WHEREAS, Proficio shall provide the following services as a part of requirements for a Masters degree program internship: • • • review the County Health Department's website to determine the current level of educational content and current capabilities with existing hardware and software, discuss current technologies with IT staff and training personnel in an effort to explore possible media and technologies that are available for use, using identified goals and current capabilities, a specific project plan will be devised to include all financial, hardware, software and staff resources necessary to reach the desired final project,

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WHEREAS, the County Health Department shall cooperated with Proficio in an effort to assist with the aforementioned internship program at no cost to the County, now, therefore, be it

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RESOLVED, that the Chair of the Legislature be, and hereby is, authorized and directed to execute a contract, on behalf of Cattaraugus County, with Proficio Consulting, Inc. of MIS615, SUNY Institute of Technology, for the provision of the above-described services, for a term commencing February 1, 2007 and terminating March 31, 2007, according to the above-described terms. MR. COUTURE moved, seconded by Mr. Burrell to waive Rule 12. Adopted February 14, 2007 by voice vote. Carried.

MR. BAKER moved, seconded by Mrs. Witte to adjourn until February 28, 2007 at 3:00 p.m. Carried. Meeting adjourned at 4:00 p.m. Ann M. Giglio Journal Clerk


								
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