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File #: 20121    Version: 0 Name: outside agencies - anti-drug and anti-violent crime prevention activities
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 3/21/2019 In control: (R)Anti-Drug Committee
On agenda: 3/25/2019 Final action: 4/1/2019
Title: A RESOLUTION authorizing the County Executive to execute agreements with certain agencies funded by the County's Anti-Drug Sales Tax Fund for the 2019 fiscal year, which are engaged in anti-drug and anti-violent crime prevention activities and purposes, at an aggregate cost to the County not to exceed $1,956,676.00.
Sponsors: Dan Tarwater III
Indexes: AGREEMENT, ANTI-DRUG, ANTI-VIOLENT CRIME
Attachments: 1. 20121adopt.pdf, 2. 20121bu.pdf, 3. 20121 Ad Hoc Jobs Prevention.pdf, 4. 20121 Ad Hoc Violence Prevention.pdf, 5. 20121 Bridge Leadership Prevention.pdf, 6. 20121 Catholic Charities Prevention.pdf, 7. 20121 Center for Conflict Resolution Prevention $38k.pdf, 8. 20121 Center for Conflict Resolution Prevention $45k.pdf, 9. 20121 Connecting for Good Prevention.pdf, 10. 20121 Eastern Jackson County Youth Court Prevention.pdf, 11. 20121 Independence Youth Court Prevention.pdf, 12. 20121 Invanhoe Prevention.pdf, 13. 20121 Mattie Rhodes Prevention.pdf, 14. 20121 Restart Prevention.pdf, 15. 20121 UICS Prevention.pdf, 16. 20121 Westside Housing Prevention.pdf, 17. 20121 Mothers in Charge Prevention.pdf, 18. 20121 Arts Tech Prevention.pdf, 19. 20121 Child Abuse Prevention.pdf, 20. 20121 Friends of Alvin Ailey Prevention.pdf, 21. 20121 First Call Prevention.pdf, 22. 20121 Foster Adopt Connect Prevention.pdf, 23. 20121 KC Youth Court Prevention.pdf, 24. 20121 Sisters in Christ Prevention.pdf, 25. 20121 Lee's Summit Cares Prevention.pdf, 26. 20121 Total Man Prevention.pdf, 27. 20121 Child Protection Prevention.pdf, 28. 20121 Rose Brooks Prevention.pdf, 29. 20121 Boys & Girls Club Prevention.pdf, 30. 20121 MOCSA Prevention.pdf, 31. 20121 Operation Breakthrough Prevention.pdf, 32. 20121 Black Health Care Prevention.pdf, 33. 20121 KC Metro Crime Commission Prevention.pdf, 34. 20121 Total Man Prevention.pdf, 35. 20121 Child Protection Prevention.pdf, 36. 20121 Rose Brooks Prevention.pdf, 37. 20121 Boys & Girls Club Prevention.pdf, 38. 20121 MOCSA Prevention.pdf, 39. 20121 Operation Breakthrough Prevention.pdf, 40. 20121 Black Health Care Prevention.pdf, 41. 20121 KC Metro Crime Commission Prevention.pdf, 42. 20121 NW Communities Development Prevention.pdf, 43. 20121 Calvary Community Outreach Network.pdf, 44. 20121 Hickman Mills Prevention Coalition, 45. 20121 Combat - Guadalupe Centers.pdf, 46. 20121 City of Blue Springs COMBAT Prevent.pdf, 47. 20121 Crittenton Prevention.pdf, 48. 20121 Independence School.pdf
Related files: 20360, 20185, 19849, 20366, 20624
IN THE COUNTY LEGISLATURE OF J ACKSON COUNTY, MISSOURI


Title
A RESOLUTION authorizing the County Executive to execute agreements with certain agencies funded by the County's Anti-Drug Sales Tax Fund for the 2019 fiscal year, which are engaged in anti-drug and anti-violent crime prevention activities and purposes, at an aggregate cost to the County not to exceed $1,956,676.00.


Intro
RESOLUTION NO. 20121, March 25, 2019

INTRODUCED BY Dan Tarwater III, County Legislator


Body
WHEREAS, the voters of Jackson County, Missouri, renewed the sales tax to provide funding for the fight against illegal drugs and violent crime 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, the voters and the Legislature authorized the Jackson County COMBAT Commission, subject to approval by the Legislature, to contract with any organization or entity, whether public or private, which engages in community crime prevention activities, for the purpose of preventing drug use and drug-related and violent offenses; and,

WHEREAS, this award is based on the Commission's recommendations after an independent review of proposals submitted by outside agencies; and,


WHEREAS, the Commission has recommended that the County Executive be authorized to execute agreements with certain outside agencies engaged in anti-drug and/or anti-violent crime prevention activities for services for the period March 1, 2019, to February 29, 2020; and,

WHEREAS, the execution of agreements for the services of these agencies, in the amounts indicated below, is in the best interests of the health, welfare, and safety of the citizens of Jackson County:
COMBAT Prevention Agency
2019 Funding
Ad Hoc Group Against Crime
$38,500.00
Ad HOC (AVSI)
$112,000.00
Arts Tech
$12,000.00
Black Health Care...

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