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File #: 19-092    Version: 2
Type: Consent Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 7/11/2019 In control: Board of County Commissioners
On agenda: 9/10/2019 Final action:
Title: Second Amendment to Agreement #10928 between Alachua County and the CHILD Center
Attachments: 1. #10928 The Child Center 1st Amendment.pdf, 2. CHILD Center Contract Fully Executed.pdf, 3. #10928 CHILD Center Second Amendment Provider Signed.pdf
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Agenda Item Name:

Title

Second Amendment to Agreement #10928 between Alachua County and the CHILD Center

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Presenter:

Claudia Tuck

 

Description:

Second Amendment to Agreement #10928 between Alachua County and the CHILD Center to revise the project budget for contractual purchases with the Early Learning Coalition to add another Implementation Coach, training and incentives, with no change to the overall budgeted amount.

 

Recommended Action:

Recommended Action

Approve the Second Amendment and authorize Chair signature.

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Prior Board Motions:

On January 24, 2017 the BoCC heard a presentation from the CSAB regarding its three (3) strategic initiatives, i.e., nurse home visit program, transforming professional development for early education, and the healthy social and emotional development and family supports. Commissioner Pinkoson moved to accept the overall plan and the three initiatives. The motion carried 5-0. At the February 13, 2018 BoCC meeting, Commissioner Byerly moved to approve the award of $439,228.00 to the CHILD Center for its model demonstration site. The motion carried 5-0. On May 22, 2018 the BoCC approved the original agreement between Alachua County and the CHILD Center, Consent Agenda Item #23.  On March 26, 2019 the BoCC approved the Frist Amendment to the CHILD Center agreement, Consent Agenda Item #16.

 

Fiscal Consideration:

Fiscal Consideration

The Children’s Trust of Alachua County (CTAC) has included funds for the CHILD Center in its FY 19/20 Tentative Budget

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Background:

The CHILD Center partners with the UF Anita Zucker Center for Excellence in Early Childhood Studies, the Early Learning Coalition of Alachua County, and O2B Kids to develop transformative programming, provide direct child care services, and transfer lessons learned to five (5) other centers located in Alachua County. The First Amendment includes budget changes to increase the number of children served daily. Tom changed this here.