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2019-08-15 MINUTES 1 <br />COMMISSIONERS' MINUTES KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON COMMISSIONER’S CONFERENCE ROOM SPECIAL MEETING THURSDAY 8:00 A.M. AUGUST 15, 2019 <br />Board members present: Chairman Cory Wright and Vice-Chairman Brett <br />Wachsmith. Excused: Commissioner Laura Osiadacz. <br /> <br />Others: Julie Kjorsvik, Clerk of the Board; Jim Goeben, IT <br />Director; Clay Myers, Undersheriff; and Katrina Mankus, Juvenile <br />Court Administrator. <br /> SPECIAL MEETING BUDGET AMENDMENTS JUVENILE COURT <br />At 8:00 a.m. Chairman Wright opened a Special Meeting to consider a <br />request for a Budget Amendment for Tyler Technologies CaseloadPRO <br />Case Management System and from the Kittitas County Sheriff’s Office <br />in the amount of $220,000.00. <br /> BUDGET AMENDMENT CASELOADPRO JUVENILE COURT <br /> <br />Katrina Mankus, Juvenile Court Administrator said she checked with <br />the Budget & Finance Manager and they can access the funds for the <br />Tyler Technologies CaseloadPRO Case Management System and monthly <br />subscription from the 3/10th of 1% fund. <br /> <br />Commissioner Wachsmith moved to approve a Budget Amendment for <br />Juvenile Court to use 3/10th of 1% funding for Tyler Technologies <br />CaseloadPRO Case Management System. Chairman Wright seconded. <br />Motion carried 2-0. <br /> BUDGET AMENDMENT TECHNOLOGY UPDATES SHERIFF <br />Clay Myers, Undersheriff explained that as of January 1, 2020 <br />Microsoft will no longer be supporting Windows 7 and therefore the <br />County is essentially being forced to begin upgrading it now instead <br />of doing it slowly as they had hoped for. Jim Goeben, IT Director <br />said the upgrades need to be done by January 1st as Microsoft will no <br />longer be providing security patches and therefore there would be an <br />increase in vulnerability to viruses and connecting to the network. <br />The cost is significant because all of the Sheriff’s vehicles have <br />to have the upgrades because their computers are an all in one that <br />includes video, printer, network connections, etc. <br /> <br />Undersheriff Myers said their office should have some savings from <br />the salaries line due to unfilled positions. Those funds could be <br />transferred over to help cover some of the costs to upgrade. <br />
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