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Watch the August episode of The Douglas County Covid-19 Update with Dr. Janet Memark. In this episode, Dr. Memark discus...
08/09/2022
Covid 19 Update August 2022

Watch the August episode of The Douglas County Covid-19 Update with Dr. Janet Memark. In this episode, Dr. Memark discusses Monkeypox, Covid-19 latest news, and a new vaccine.

Covid 19 Update with Dr. Janet Memark

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Thank you and Douglas County Fire/EMS Department for sharing these videos for Fire Safety Week! Click the link to show the the areas of the Fire Station and what they do, how to use a Fire Extinguisher, and about the Douglas County Fire Safety House.
Also, if you missed our Fire Safety Storytime this week at the library, we will be showing it again on Friday at 10:30AM on Facebook.
Douglas County remembers the day this country will never forget on the 20th anniversary of 9/11. dctv23
#911

https://youtu.be/qlDzol-5sio
Any coverage from the BOE meetings regarding the mill increase?
Highlights for tomorrow's BOC Work Session at 10AM which will be aired live on dctv23 and rebroadcast on Douglas County Happenings:

4. Authorization for the Felony Drug Court to apply for a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice to enhance the Adult Drug Court program and authorize the Chairman to sign all related documents.
Background/History/Details: The Felony Drug Court is requesting permission to apply for a grant from the U.S.Department of Justice to expand services offered by the Felony Drug Court.

5. Authorization to approve the SFY 2020 Second Amendment Aging Services Contract with the Atlanta Regional Commission and authorize the Chairman to sign all related documents.
Background/History/Details: This is the 2nd Amendment to the State Fiscal Year 2020 contract with the Atlanta Regional Commission for the provision of aging services in Douglas County. The contract provides federal and state funds that assist in the provision of services to include: Home-Delivered Meals, Congregate Meals, Homemaker Services, Case Management Services and Home Delivered Emergency Meals. The SFY 2nd Amendment Contract reflects a total of $619,294.48 in available federal/state funding.

6. Authorization to accept a grant from the Atlanta Regional Commission in the amount of $4,144.14 to provide operating support for meal delivery to Seniors in Douglas County on the tier one meal delivery waiting list, to grant permission for Senior Services to partner with three (3) small, locally-owned restaurants to help serve those in need from the wait list using the funds and authorize the Chairman to sign all related documents.

7. Authorization to award bid for Fire Apparatus Pumper Truck and additional equipment to Sutphen Manufacturing not to exceed $550,000.00 to be funded through SPLOST funds as recommended by the Fire/EMS Committee and authorize the Chairman to sign all related documents.
Background/History/Details: On March 31st at 10:00 a.m., a bid opening was held for a Fire Apparatus Pumper Truck. In response to our Invitation we received four (4) responsive bids. A copy of each bid is attached along with the bid tabulation, for your convenience in review. The Fire Department conducted a thorough and complete evaluation for all bids for compliance with the specifications.

8. Authorization to accept the recommendation of the Fire EMS Committee to complete bi-directional antennae for Sheriff's department campus and authorize the Chairman to sign any related documents pending final legal review

9. Authorization to renew the Planned Services Agreement with Johnson Controls, Inc. for the Boundary Waters Aquatic Center at a cost of $7,573.87 for the term of one year, to be effective May 1, 2020 and continue through April 30, 2021, as recommended by the Parks and Recreation Oversight Committee.
Background/History/Details: Annual Maintenance Agreement. Maintenance for new boiler has been added this year increasing the cost by $1,600.00.
Budget Impact: Yes - Department 920's 2020 Operating Budget.

10. Authorization to purchase two commercial-grade ice machines and two commercial-grade refrigerators for the new concession buildings at Bill Arp and Fairplay Parks for a total cost of $7,240.12 to be funded through 2016 SPLOST funds allocated for Equipment as recommended by the Parks and Recreation Oversight Committee.

11. Authorization to award On-demand Professional Consulting Services Contracts to the firms of Atkins, Atlas, Michael Baker International, Alfred Benesch & Co., AECOM, Pond & Co., RS&H Inc., SEI Inc., V&M Consulting Engineers, GCA/KCI, BM&K, Croy Engineering, and GPI Geospatial pursuant to RFQ-19-017 as recommended by the Transportation Committee and authorize the Chairman to sign all related documents.
Background/History/Details: The county advertised a Request for Qualifications (RFQ 19-017) and subsequently contracted with the independent firm of GMC to review and rank the responses to the RFQ submitted by the various consultants The resulting list of qualified consultants in 11 different service areas was reviewed by the Transportation Committee and the recommendation to the BOC was to award contracts to the top 3 firms in each of the 11 service areas. The highest ranked firms are on the attached list. The contracts do not guarantee any work will be performed or any fee paid to any consultant unless a task order is issued by the county for specific scope of services. All such task orders must first be approved by the BOC.

12. Approval of Commissioner Carthan's expenses in the total amount of $266.94 (local expenses).
Note: This includes $149 for a ZOOM Pro Account, $40 for a webinar on ZOOM, $38.52 for "deposit on signage" for an 18 by 24 vinyl sign that says "Tarena Carthan".

13. Board appointments - Board of Assessors (to be discussed in Executive Session).

https://douglascountyga.civicclerk.com/Web/Player.aspx?id=646&key=-1&mod=-1&mk=-1&nov=0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9s3SMUU6fkA I don't think they uploaded all of the video... dctv23
OrthoAtlanta orthopedic surgeons, Mark Duffield, D.O., and Matthew Jaffe, M.D., were interviewed on Clearly, a dctv23 program in February, 2020 spotlighting our OrthoAtlanta Douglasville location. Douglas County Happenings
Any word on when the video of yesterday's work session will be available?
How can I watch the BOC Meeting?
Tune in to dctv23 in December to hear from the city and county’s two top law enforcement officers, Chief Gary Sparks and Douglas County Sheriff's Office (Georgia) Sheriff Tim Pounds for holiday safety and crime prevention tips.
T.J. Jaglinski, dctv23 at Dorsett Shoals Elementary.
Douglas County, Ga. is looking forward to honor our who have served & sacrificed to help protect this nation. Join us in one of the rarest in the country, a night parade, Monday, Nov. 11th, 7:00 pm. Thanks to Jones-Wynn Funeral Homes & Crematory handing out US Flags along parade route.

Aerial photo of the Pentagon, headquarters of our U.S. Defense Department is courtesy dctv23
Douglas County, Ga. is looking forward to honor our who have served & sacrificed to help protect this nation. Join us in one of the rarest in the country, a night parade, Monday, Nov. 11th, 7:00 pm. Thanks to Jones-Wynn Funeral Homes & Crematory handing out US Flags along parade route.

Aerial photo of the Pentagon, headquarters of our U.S. Defense Department is courtesy dctv23
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