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Commission Meeting Report 2018-10-22

Douglas County PUD Commissioners Molly Simpson and Aaron J. Viebrock executed the following actions during the October 22, 2018 Commission meeting held at the District’s East Wenatchee office:

Approved acceptance of work and final payment to ABB, Inc. under contract 17-26-D, Supply and Deliver Two 115kV Breakers to the Lone Pine Substation. All work under the contract is complete and meets bid specifications. (18-180)

Affirmed change order No. 1 to contract 18-01-W, Columbia Cove Park Shoreline Stabilization. Changes include additional gravel and installation method increasing the not-to-exceed cost $5,246 which brings the total cost to $270,619. (18-181)

Authorized amendment No. 1 to professional service agreement with ESSA Technologies Ltd. to complete phase 3 of the renewal and modernization of the Fish Water Management Tool. This amendment will extend the completion date to December 31, 2018 and increase the not-to-exceed cost $21,000 for necessary changes to the original scope bringing the total cost to $262,000. (18-182)

Approved renewal of property insurance coverage with Ace American Insurance Company and Liberty Mutual Insurance Company. (18-183)

Authorized disposal of computing devices and printers.  These items are obsolete, of no value, and unsuitable for sale at a surplus auction. These items will be recycled. (18-184)

Approved declaring two trailers surplus and authorized disposal. The trailers are obsolete and no longer useful to District operations. They will be sold as scrap metal. (18-185)

Authorized declaring Wells Project office equipment that is no longer useful surplus and approved disposal. (18-186)

Approved land use permit 100-04, Merlin and Jeanne Ekvall. The permit is for continued use of Project lands for previously permitted irrigation pump and associated infrastructure. (18-187)

Rescheduled the November 12, 2018 meeting due to the holiday. The next meeting of the Commission is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. November 13, 2018 at the District’s East Wenatchee office.

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