November 8, 2022

3:00 PM

3020 Rucker Ave, Auditorium or remotely via Zoom: 253-215-8782; ID: 922 5868 2166

1.Call to Order
2.Roll Call
3.Approval of Agenda Contents and Order
4.Approval of Minutes
a.Approval of minutes of the regular meeting of October 11, 2022
5.Public Comment
6.Consent Agenda
a.Vouchers and Resolution 22-29 authorizing Health District expenditures from September 16, 2022, to October 15, 2022 (no staff report; T. Bengtson)
b.2023 Legislative Priorities (SR 22-082; N. Thomsen)
c.Authorize the Administrative Officer to reimburse a staff member $1,000 for tuition-related expenses for fall quarter 2022 (SR 22-101; K. Curtis)
d.Authorize the Administrative Officer to purchase a Bruker X-Ray Florescent (XRF) machine for environmental health sampling (SR 22-097; K. Curtis)
e.Authorize the Administrative Officer to hire a temporary project manager for electronic health record implementation (SR 22-098; K. Curtis)
f.Authorize the Administrative Officer to sign the amendment to the contract with the Department of Social and Health Services for the Refugee and Health Screening program (SR 22-100; K. Curtis)
g.Authorize the Administrative Officer to sign amendment #8 to the consolidated contract with the Washington State Department of Health (SR 22-093; K. Curtis)
7.Special Business
a.Briefing and Public Hearing on the Health District's 2023 preliminary budget (SR 22-108; S. Frederick)
b.Briefing and Public Hearing on proposed Environmental Health fee schedule
a.Adopt Resolution 22-28 approving the proposed Environmental Health fee schedules as shown in Exhibit A (SR 22-106; R. Gray)
b.Authorize the Administrative Officer to fully execute an agreement with Patagonia Health for an electronic health record system (SR 22-102; K. Curtis)
c.Authorize the Administrative Officer to sign agreements with Lamar Transit and National CineMedia for public health awareness and vaccine advertising (SR 22-104; N. Thomsen)
9.Executive Session
a.The Snohomish Health District Board of Health will recess and convene into Executive Session for the purposes of collective bargaining matters pursuant to RCW 42.30.140(4)(b) and personnel matter pursuant to RCW 42.30.110(1)(g) to evaluate qualifications of an applicant for public employment. Executive Session is expected to last up to 10 minutes. Unless extended to a later time, the Board will reconvene into regular session at __________ p.m. and is not expected to take action.
a.Snohomish County Integration
11.Administrative Officer's Report
12.Health Officer's Report
13.Written Reports
a.Finance Manager's report for August 2022 (SR 22-107; T. Bengtson)
b.Program Policy Committee draft minutes - Oct. 20
c.Administration Committee draft minutes - Oct. 26
d.Executive Committee draft minutes - Oct. 27
e.Public Health Advisory Council draft minutes - Oct. 26
14.Information Items
a.Upcoming meetings

Board of Health members:

Julieta Altamirano-Crosby (Chair), Anji Jorstad (Vice Chair), Elisabeth Crawford,
Megan Dunn, Joseph Hund, Mark James, Heather Logan, Sam Low, Kyoko Matsumoto Wright, Jared Mead, Nate Nehring, Strom Peterson, Neil Tibbott, Stephanie Vignal, Ben Zarlingo


The public is invited to attend. Parking and meeting rooms are accessible for persons with disabilities. Questions or additional information about the board meeting may be obtained by contacting Sarah de Jong at 425.339.5210; Relay: 711; Email To request reasonable accommodations, please contact Ms. de Jong by the Friday prior to the board meeting. It's customary at each regular meeting of the full Board to include an assigned period for public comment from individuals present at the meeting. Generally, the public comment occurs near the beginning of the meeting and comments are limited to no more than three minutes per person. The Chair of the board may, as circumstances require at each meeting, reduce the time allotted to individuals or reduce the overall time assigned for public comments.