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File #: 19885    Version: 0 Name: Transfer COMBAT Anti-Violent Crime Programs
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 5/31/2018 In control: (R)Anti-Drug Committee
On agenda: 6/4/2018 Final action: 6/11/2018
Title: A RESOLUTION transferring $242,000.00 within the 2018 Anti-Drug Sales Tax Fund and authorizing the County Executive to execute agreements with certain outside agencies funded by the County's Anti-Drug Sales Tax Fund for the 2018 fiscal year, which are engaged in anti-violent crime activities and purposes, at an aggregate cost to the County not to exceed $242,000.00.
Sponsors: Dan Tarwater III
Indexes: ANTI-DRUG SALES TAX FUND, OUTSIDE AGENCIES, TRANSFER
Attachments: 1. 19885bu.pdf, 2. 19885adopt.pdf, 3. 19885 ArtsTech COMBAT AVSI .pdf, 4. 19885 COMBAT Anti-Violence Connecting for Good.pdf, 5. 19885 COMBAT Coop Agmt Bridge Leadership.pdf, 6. 19885 Black Health Care Coalition Coop Agmt.pdf, 7. 19885 COMBAT AVSI Catholic Charities.pdf
Related files: 19395, 19912
IN THE COUNTY LEGISLATURE OF JACKSON COUNTY, MISSOURI


Title
A RESOLUTION transferring $242,000.00 within the 2018 Anti-Drug Sales Tax Fund and authorizing the County Executive to execute agreements with certain outside agencies funded by the County's Anti-Drug Sales Tax Fund for the 2018 fiscal year, which are engaged in anti-violent crime activities and purposes, at an aggregate cost to the County not to exceed $242,000.00.


Intro
RESOLUTION NO. 19885, June 4, 2018

INTRODUCED BY Dan Tarwater III, County Legislator


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WHEREAS, the voters of Jackson County, Missouri, renewed the sales tax to provide funding for the fight against illegal drugs in our community; and,

WHEREAS, the proceeds and interest generated from this tax are deposited in a special Jackson County Anti-Drug Sales Tax Trust Fund that is segregated and not commingled with the general fund or any other special funds of the County; and,

WHEREAS, in 2009, voters authorized the addition of an anti-violent crime component to the COMBAT campaign; and,

WHEREAS, the voters and the Legislature authorized the Drug Commission, subject to approval by the Legislature, to contract with any organization or entity, whether public or private, which engages in anti-violent crime activities; and,

WHEREAS, by Request for Proposals 59-13, the Drug Commission solicited proposals from community agencies seeking to provide anti-violence initiative activities and services; and,

WHEREAS, these proposals were evaluated by outside reviewers who made funding recommendations to the Commission; and,

WHEREAS, after review of the outside evaluators recommendations, the Jackson County Drug Commission has recommended that the County Executive be authorized to execute agreements with the following outside agencies engaged in anti-violent crime activities for services from January 1, 2018, to December 31, 2018:
AGENCY AMOUNT
Bridge Leadership Academy
$122,403.00
Catholic Charities of Kansas City
$69,814.00
Conne...

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