Board Minutes   June 18, 2018

 

            The Adams County Board of Supervisors met on Tuesday, June 18, 2018 at 9:00 am with the following members present: Linda England, Leland Shipley, Karl McCarty, Doug Birt, and Merlin Dixon. Also in attendance were: Scott Akin, Mark Saylor, Nancy Kempton, Tony Mullen, Nick Wetzel, Katrina Ogburn, Jan Leonard, Melvyn Houser, Nancy Kempton, and Jamie Stargell. The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Birt. The agenda for the day was read and approved.

 

Engineer Eldon Rike presented to the board an estimate of $50,000 for the road Nick Wetzel is requesting for a possible new subdivision.

 

McCarty moved, seconded by Shipley to approve the purchase of a John Deere Flex-Wing Rotary Cutter for Secondary Roads from Agri-Vision for $15,000. All supervisors voted aye.  Motion carried.

 

            Katrina Ogburn discussed with the board Insurance Replacement Costs of the County’s buildings. She is still working on getting all of the figures from ICAP for property coverage but recommended increasing the county’s liability coverage to $10 Million from the current $8 Million. No action was taken.

 

            Melvyn Houser, Pottawatomie County Auditor, presented to the board information about becoming members of the the National Association of Counties, NACO. The annual fee is $450 and he strongly recommended becoming members and also urged participation in ISAC. No action was taken.

           

            Committee reports were given by the Supervisors as follows:  Shipley – Main St, June 12, Corning and Main St EV, June 13, Corning.

 

ATTEST: Douglas Birt, Chairperson, Adams County Board of Supervisors

               Rebecca Bissell, Adams County Auditor


Board Minutes June 12, 2018

 

            The Adams County Board of Supervisors met on Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 1:00 pm with the following members present: Linda England, Leland Shipley, Karl McCarty, Doug Birt, and Merlin Dixon. Also in attendance were; Lisa Wolfe, Jan Beach-Sickles, Andy Lauritsen, Lisa Brown, Tony Mullen, Scott Akin, Nancy Kempton, Alan Johannes, Karl Herring, Nancy Turner and Mark  Saylor. The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Birt. The agenda for the day was read and approved.

 

Lisa Wolf, Jan Beach-Sickles and Andy Lauritsen discussed with the board issues concerning the county ambulances. Currently both ambulances have blown engines. They have already started the process to replace one of the engines, but want input from the board as to what to do with the other one.  They presented pros and cons on fixing the engine or replacing the ambulance.

 

 The board recognized Ramon Haley for his 35 years of service to Adams County Secondary Roads.

 

Shipley moved, seconded by Dixon to approve Liquor License LA0000576 for the Williamson American Legion Post #719. All supervisors voted aye.  Motion carried.

 

Shipley moved, seconded by McCarty to approve Roseanne Sychra as the Colony Township Clerk. All supervisors voted aye.  Motion carried.

 

McCarty moved, seconded by Shipley to approve Hairball’s Firework permit for July 9th at the Adams County Speedway during the Adams County 4-H/FFA Fair. All supervisors voted aye.  Motion carried.

 

The Board of Supervisors proceeded to canvass the results of the votes of the 2018 Primary Election held on June 5, 2018.  No obvious clerical errors were identified during the canvass and there were no special ballots that were rejected and not counted.  A total of 572 votes were cast in Adams County at the Primary Election on June 5th.  Candidates nominated by the Republican Party were:  Adams County Board of Supervisor District 1 – Douglas Birt, Adams County Board of Supervisor District 3 – Scott Akin, Adams County Board of Supervisor District 4 – Leland Shipley, County Attorney – Andrew Knuth, County Recorder – Jamie Stargell.  Candidates nominated by the Democratic Party were:  Adams County Board of Supervisor District 1 – Marty Olive, Adams County Board of Supervisor District 3 – Tony Mullen, County Treasurer – Nancy Barnes.  There were no candidates nominated by the Republican Party for County Treasurer.  There were no candidates nominated by the Democratic Party for Adams County Supervisor District 4, County Attorney or County Recorder.  There were no candidate nominated by the Libertarian Party for any county positions.

 

Claims were approved as presented: 

Solutions Inc Maint            109.25 1
Access Sytms Repairs        1,284.00 1
ACCS Contrib.-Other Gov.&Organ      11,250.00 1
Adair Co Sheriff Legal & Ct-Related Serv.              82.80 1
Adams Co Amb Cont        3,333.32 1
Free Press Legal        1,509.85 3
Free Press Legal Publications              30.30 1
Adams Co Sheriff Serv              75.26 2
Agriland Fs. Inc. Fuel        7,825.51 1
Agriland Fs. Inc. Gas and Fuel Oil            802.20 2
Airgas Welding Supplies            195.12 1
Akin Repair            140.76 2
Akin REPAIR        1,302.07 1
Monica Allen Serv            158.44 1
Allied Systems Equip        1,025.00 1
Amdor, Nancy Election Officials            163.44 1
Gayle Anstey Election Officials              74.25 1
Judy Antisdel Election Officials            148.50 1
Arnold Supply repair            799.18 1
Don Ashenfelter Safety Allow Reimb              69.53 1
Assoc Bag Co Sup            221.90 1
Judy Beckett Election Officials            158.44 1
Rebecca Bissell Reimb              23.00 1
Blank Children's Legal & Ct-Related Serv.            831.25 1
Bob Barker Co Sup        1,103.07 2
Lisa Brown Serv            164.00 1
Carolyn Burroughs Election Officials            134.06 1
Business Card Exp            442.09 4
Byers Lock Shop Repairs            628.34 1
Capital One Exp                1.61 1
Capital Sanitary Sup            498.96 2
Shireen Carter Legal & Ct-Related Serv.        1,275.42 1
CenTec Repair            304.71 2
Central IA Distrib Inc Sup              53.50 1
Chase Exp            580.58 2
CHI hospital Serv            100.00 2
Cont Fire Sprinkler Serv            225.00 1
Carol Cooney Election Officials            148.50 1
Cornhusker Intnl repair            655.04 1
Corning Mun Util              55.16 1
Corning Library Cont        6,032.50 1
Corning Rental Rent        1,642.10 2
Creston Publishing Ad              72.00 1
Dasher Elec Serv            385.00 1
Mary DeYeager Election Officials              80.44 1
Dist IV Treas Dues & Memberships              25.00 1
Dorsey, Cory Telephone & Fax Service            240.00 1
Dunn, Chris Election Officials              92.44 1
Echco Concrete LLC. repair        1,070.00 1
ElectionSource Sup            289.53 1
Kathy Ennis Serv              92.56 1
Tim Ennis Serv              98.50 1
Farm/Home Pub Sup            420.00 1
Fastenal Co repair            197.43 1
Feeders Grain Sup            639.84 4
Finish Line Trophies Office Supplies/Expenses              30.00 1
First Wireless Inc. Motor Veh.Equip & Repairs            594.20 1
Freeman,Lee Legal & Ct-Related Serv.              50.00 1
Frontier Phone              61.52 1
Gadberry supplies              95.98 1
Gadberry Sup                5.34 1
Graphic Ideas supplies              15.00 1
Gray,Mick Telephone & Fax Service              15.00 1
Grn Valley Serv            206.00 3
Becky Grundman Election Officials              78.38 1
Mary Harderson Election Officials            146.44 1
Charles Harderson Election Officials              21.25 1
Karen Harvey Serv            110.50 1
Heaton, Delores Election Officials            144.00 1
Henningson Const Rep            939.60 1
Karl Herring Reimb              56.94 1
Herrmann,Cory Telephone & Fax Service              40.00 1
Hogan, Paul Telephone & Fax Service            240.00 1
Hughes Feed & Supply repair        1,546.00 1
HyVee Sup            312.74 2
IA DNR License            300.00 1
IA DOT supplies              95.83 1
IA Law Academy Edu        6,240.00 1
IMWCA Ins        6,926.00 2
Infomax Equip            178.22 2
ISAC Dues        6,570.00 3
ISACA Treasurer Registration fees/Meet/Sc            175.00 1
Johannes, Alan Telephone & Fax Service            240.00 1
Johnston, Gary safety              60.95 1
Jones Auto Sup            285.00 1
Jones, Cathy Election Officials              44.88 1
Karl Emer. Vehicles Equip. New And Rental      12,270.75 1
Nancy Kempton Reimb            214.21 1
Krantz,Kyle Legal & Ct-Related Serv.              50.00 1
Michael Laughlin Serv            240.00 1
Diane Maeder Election Officials            167.25 1
Mail Serv Serv            163.90 1
Max Smith Buildings        4,189.00 1
McClure Eng. Buildings        4,418.75 1
Mediacom Util            727.55 3
Metal Culverts materials      25,424.06 1
MidAmerican utilities              19.64 1
Midwest Storage Barns General Repairs        5,000.00 1
Miller, Rich Telephone & Fax Service            240.00 1
LeAnn Morris Election Officials              78.38 1
Most,Jo Other Labor related servi            160.00 1
MTE Office Center Office Supplies/Expenses              34.67 1
Benjamin Mullen Reimb            578.37 1
Ann Myers Election Officials            148.50 1
Newton Doors Sup        4,477.00 1
Nielsen, Ann Election Officials              28.88 1
OKeefe Elev Sup            407.19 1
Office Mach Sup            797.62 5
Otoe Co. Sheriff Legal & Ct-Related Serv.                6.00 1
Travis Paul Reimb              40.00 1
PCSB Bank Credit Card School or meeting expense            230.10 2
PCSB Bank Credit Card Telephone & Fax Service              79.98 1
Judi Perrin Election Officials              89.58 1
Petersen Tire supplies        7,191.00 1
Petersen Tire Sup              60.00 2
Pitney Bowes Postage            153.66 1
Poor Boyz LLC Sanitation Disposal            593.75 1
Pott. Co. Sheriff Legal & Ct-Related Serv.              79.00 1
Power Plan repair            224.09 1
Prescott Library Cont        1,003.25 1
Delores Ramsey Serv            154.25 1
Red Star supplies              20.75 1
Redeemer Lutheran Rent              45.00 1
Reed,Deb Other Labor related servi            770.00 2
Jim Reiley Reimb              82.00 1
Marjorie Reynolds Election Officials            148.50 1
Ray Reynolds Election Officials            148.50 1
Rick's Auto Repair            612.78 2
RJs Plumbing Repair            151.89 2
Michelle Roberts School or meeting expense              48.20 1
Ruth Roberts Election Officials            166.25 1
Robinson Implement Parts            940.84 1
Robinson Implement REPAIR            204.91 1
Rose Ann Auxiliary Food & Provisions        1,740.00 1
Ruse,Evan Telephone & Fax Service            240.00 1
Linda Schafroth Election Officials            148.50 1
Schildberg rock   462,313.58 1
Ellen Seaton Election Officials              12.38 1
Secure Shred Serv            120.00 1
Service Techs Parts              49.21 1
Shearer Tree Farm Permanent Landscaping        1,209.00 1
Shepherd Repair Serv            335.03 1
SIRWA Util            118.10 1
SW IA REC Util        7,335.04 2
Storey Kenworthy Sup            489.62 1
T R Comm Repair            282.00 1
Taylor Co. Public Health Contrib.-Other Gov.&Organ      26,930.00 1
Townsend Ag Repair              15.85 1
Judy Townsend Election Officials            136.13 1
Tractor Supply repair            139.98 1
Turf Solutions Serv              90.00 1
Nancy Turner Employee Mileage & Subs.              41.00 1
USPS Postage        1,600.00 1
UFMC Fuel        3,240.75 2
UFMC Fuel, Tires, & Lubricants              77.81 1
UFMC Fuels        2,441.61 1
Verizon Wireless Maintenance Agreements            280.07 1
WatchGuard Equip. New And Rental        3,847.00 1
WatchGuard Other Supplies/Equip        1,838.75 1
Donna West Serv              12.38 1
Wheeler Lumber materials        4,953.60 1
Don Willett Telephone & Fax Service              40.11 1
Ziegler Repair        2,009.22 1
Grand Total     670,352.24  

 

            Committee reports were given for the following: Dixon – ACED Housing, June 6, Corning; and Shipley – Adams Community Foundation, June 6, Corning.

 

ATTEST: Douglas Birt, Chairperson, Adams County Board of Supervisors

               Rebecca Bissell, Adams County Auditor


Board Minutes   June 4, 2018

 

            The Adams County Board of Supervisors met on Monday, June 4, 2018 at 9:00 am with the following members present: Linda England, Leland Shipley, Karl McCarty, Doug Birt, and Merlin Dixon. Also in attendance were; Lauri Greenlee, Scott Akin, Mark Saylor, Nancy Kempton, Tony Mullen, Virgil James, Jamie and Stargell. The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Birt. The agenda for the day was read and approved.

 

England moved, seconded by Dixon to approve Resolution 2018-15 to transfer $428,911.12 from Rural Services to Secondary Roads. All supervisors voted aye.  Motion carried.

 

            Discussion was held on the presentation from Carosh regarding updating the HIPAA Policy. The board requested more research on other companies that provide this service.

 

Shipley moved, seconded by Dixon to approve a $5 administration fee for all certified special assessments to be paid to the Treasurer’s office. All supervisors voted aye.  Motion carried.

 

            Discussion was held with Weed Commissioner Virgil James on the hiring of someone to resolve of an ongoing weed concern. He is to report back to the board if and when he can get the weed concern resolved.

 

ATTEST: Douglas Birt, Chairperson, Adams County Board of Supervisors

               Rebecca Bissell, Adams County Auditor


Board Minutes   May 29, 2018

 

            The Adams County Board of Supervisors met on Tuesday, May 29, 2018 at 9:00 am with the following members present: Linda England, Leland Shipley, Karl McCarty, and Merlin Dixon. Doug Birt was absent. Also in attendance were; Lauri Greenlee, Scott Akin, Mark Saylor, Nancy Kempton, Larry Badgett, Tony Mullen, Eldon Rike, Janice Leonard, Nick Wetzel, Ryan Shuey, Jamie Stargell, Andrew Knuth, Virgil James, and Roger Shindell. The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Birt. The agenda for the day was read and approved. All supervisors voted aye.  Motion carried.

 

            Nick Wetzel and Ryan Shuey discussed with the board their desire to develop some land as a potential subdivision and would like the board to consider putting in a road. The board asked Engineer Eldon Rike to look into what the cost would be for constructing such road.

 

            Shipley moved, seconded by Dixon to approve an agreement with Union County to use their Engineer’s services as needed to fill in if the county is still without an engineer following Eldon Rike’s retirement on June 30, 2018. Adams County moved to pay Union County Engineer’s Office for services at a rate of $70/hour and $.50/mile to Union County. All supervisors voted aye.  Motion carried.

 

            McCarty moved, seconded by Dixon to accept Engineer Eldon Rike’s retirement letter effective June 30, 2018.  All supervisors voted to accept his resignation with regret and with thanks for his many years of service to the county.  Motion carried.

 

            Discussion was held with Adams County Weed Commissioner, Virgil James, regarding a complaint from Larry Badgett. Andrew Knuth spoke with the board regarding the concerns. The board asked Virgil to contact Rick Schafer to spray and take care of the Badgett property and the Gillet property. Larry Badgett also has concerns with the Weed Commissioner’s report.

           

             Roger Shindell with Carosh Compliance Solutions spoke with the board regarding the County’s HIPAA compliance policies and procedures.

 

            Committee reports were given by the Supervisors as follows:  McCarty – Heartland Alliance, May 24, Creston; and England – Southern Hills Regional Mental Health, Corning, May 25, and CHI Hospital Board, Corning, May 24.

 

ATTEST: Linda England, Vice Chairperson, Adams County Board of Supervisors

               Rebecca Bissell, Adams County Auditor


Board Minutes   May 21, 2018

 

            The Adams County Board of Supervisors met on Monday, May 21, 2018 at 9:00 am with the following members present: Linda England, Leland Shipley, Karl McCarty, Doug Birt, and Merlin Dixon. Also in attendance were; Lauri Greenlee, Scott Akin, Mark Saylor, Nancy Kempton, Larry Badgett, Tony Mullen, Eldon Rike, Karen Carl, and Judith Butcher. The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Birt. The agenda for the day was read and approved. All supervisors voted aye.  Motion carried.

           

             Engineer Eldon Rike discussed with the board some of the road projects that are on the horizon. Aspen Road Bridge needs riprap and can be let locally. Rike discussed the five-year plan that is on the Iowa County Engineer’s Association (ICEA) Service Bureau. Rike also spoke about equipment needs. After July 1, 2018 we will be paying approximately $212,000 for a leased road maintainer which will leave about $240,000 in the budget to purchase other equipment as needed. He shared that Secondary Roads usually purchases a new maintainer every other year on a rotation basis. Other equipment needs are mowers, a larger excavator, a twin screw axle truck to do shouldering and perhaps leasing an extra excavator for the summer months.

 

             County Attorney Andrew Knuth discussed with the board concerns from a resident regarding the County Weed Commissioner and an ongoing weed issue. The board asked for the topic to be tabled until next week when the Weed Commissioner could be present.

 

            Job descriptions for the Maintenance Supervisor and County Engineer were reviewed. The Board asked to fill the position of the Secondary Roads Maintenance Supervisor. They would like to have the position open until filled.

 

            ISAC requested a meeting to discuss priorities of the Adams County Board of Supervisors. The board would like more information on ISAC Legal Services, Legislative Issues and Government Relations, County Financial Overview and Research Tools, and the ISAC Group Benefits Program.

 

England moved, seconded by McCarty to approve a firework permit for the Adams County Conservation Foundation for the date of July 6, 2018. All supervisors voted aye.  Motion carried.

 

            Ryan Eddis, with Simple Energy Solutions did not appear to present his findings on an energy savings audit.

            Claims were approved as follows:

 
Adams Co. Electrical General Repairs           1,404.55 2
Agriland Fs. Inc. Fuel           8,325.21 1
AgriVision Sup                 77.16 1
Airgas Welding Supplies              190.05 1
Akin Repair              241.34 1
Alliant Energy Utilities                 78.93 1
Aramark Uniform              444.31 2
Lisa Brown Serv              150.50 1
Capital One Exp           1,174.16 1
Karen Carl Reimb                 25.00 1
Carrott-Top Ind Sup              297.96 1
CenTec Repair              426.79 1
Corning Mun Util           3,858.81 3
Corning Rental Rent              545.00 2
Corning Tire Repair                 49.24 1
County Binders Inc. Bind.Serv.           4,892.10 1
CPS Sup           2,039.88 1
Dist IV Treas School/mtg expense                 36.00 1
Echco Concrete LLC. repair              253.50 1
Echco Concrete LLC. Contrib.- Gov.&Organ           1,071.00 1
Terry Evans Board of Review Exp                 32.00 1
Frontier Phone              491.41 3
Hawhee Truck repair           5,896.95 1
HyVee Sup                 15.47 1
IACCVSO Other                 50.00 1
IA Prison Ind signs              512.50 1
ISACA Treasurer Dues/Memberships              150.00 1
Johnston, Gary reimb              139.05 1
Jonathan Publishing Sup              130.00 1
Nancy Kempton Reimb              129.00 1
Loonan, Judy Board of Review Exp                   8.00 1
Lumberjack Design Co. Crime Dog Expenses           2,040.50 1
Max Smith Buildings      125,138.75 1
Mediacom Util                 51.94 1
Mid-IA Sales Sup              131.80 1
MidAmerican utilities                   4.43 1
Midland GIS Serv              500.00 1
Moore, Maury Board of Review Exp                 19.00 1
NAPA repair                 72.98 1
Office Mach Sup              294.97 2
PCSB Bank Credit Card Hardware                 74.59 1
PCSB Bank Credit Card Repairs              249.99 1
PCSB Bank Credit Card Office Supplies/Exp                 14.23 1
PCSB Bank Credit Card Other Supplies/Equip                 65.50 1
PCSB Bank Credit Card Tele/Fax Service                 79.98 1
PJGreufe & Assoc. Admin Costs           1,500.00 1
PJGreufe & Assoc. Office Sup/Exp              399.00 1
Polk Co. Sheriff Legal/Ct-Related Serv.                 50.71 1
Poor Boyz LLC Sanitation Disposal              593.75 1
Power Plan repair           2,495.97 1
Reed,Deb Other Labor related servi              230.00 1
Jim Reiley Reimb                 24.55 1
Steve Richey Reimb                 67.85 1
RJs Plumbing Repair              203.01 1
RJs Portables util                 85.00 1
Rose Ann Auxiliary Food & Provisions           2,484.00 1
Greg Sackett Board of Review Exp                   4.00 1
Schildberg rock           4,502.64 1
Schildberg Rock              397.63 1
Service Techs Parts              240.27 2
Shepherd Repair Serv              250.95 1
SIRWA Util                 62.10 1
SW IA REC Util        10,729.60 4
T R Comm Repair                 82.00 1
Thrifty White Pharmacy Prescriptions Med                   7.99 1
UFMC Fuel           3,131.98 3
Don Willett Tele/Fax Service                 40.11 1
Ziegler Repair              564.14 1
Grand Total        190,021.78  

 

ATTEST: Douglas Birt, Chairperson, Adams County Board of Supervisors

               Rebecca Bissell, Adams County Auditor


Board Minutes   May 14, 2018

 

            The Adams County Board of Supervisors met on Monday, May 14, 2018 at 9:00 am with the following members present: Linda England, Leland Shipley, Karl McCarty, and Merlin Dixon. Doug Birt arrived to the meeting at 9:45 am. Also in attendance were: Lauri Greenlee, Scott Akin, Mark Saylor, Tony Mullen, Janice Leonard, Nancy Kempton, and Judith Butcher. The meeting was called to order by Vice Chairperson England. The agenda for the day was read and approved. All supervisors voted aye.  Motion carried.

             Engineer Eldon Rike discussed with the board putting 25 MPH speed limit signs on Quarry Road and Juniper Avenue and a “Children at Play” sign on Quarry Road. Dixon moved, seconded by Shipley to approve Resolution 2018-14 placing 25 MPH speed limit signs on Quarry Road and Juniper Avenue. All supervisors voted aye.  Motion carried.

             McCarty moved, seconded by Dixon to approve Utility permit #18-06 for SIRWA on Quince Ave. All supervisors voted aye.  Motion carried.

             Shipley moved, seconded by McCarty to approve a fireworks permit for the Adams County Fair and Racing Association on June 30th, 2018. J&M Displays will provide the team of certified pyrotechnicians to provide the show. All supervisors voted aye.  Motion carried. 

             Travis Paul, Conservation Director, gave an update on the family cottages. The Conservation Board awarded the bid to Nishna Valley Builders for $446,000.00 for two cottages.

            McCarty moved, seconded by Shipley to approve the Cass County Child Support Staffing Contract for the SFY19 Budget. All supervisors voted aye.  Motion carried.

             Discussion was held on the Secondary Roads Maintenance Supervisor Position. The board wants to review the Maintenance Supervisor job description and is considering opening that position up for applications.

             England moved, seconded by Dixon to open the Public Hearing to sell the Quincy Public Square at 10:00 am. All supervisors voted aye.  Motion carried.  There were no oral or written objections presented. McCarty moved, seconded by Shipley to close the Public Hearing to sell the Quincy Public Square at 10:05 am. All supervisors voted aye.  Motion carried. 

             England moved, seconded by Shipley to approve Resolution 2018-13 to sell the Quincy Public Square for $10,000 to Dana and Dena Morgan. All supervisors voted aye.  Motion carried. 

             Committee reports were given by the Supervisors as follows:  Dixon – ATURA, May 8, Lenox; Shipley – Main St., May 8, Corning; and Shipley – Main St., May 9, Corning.

 

ATTEST: Douglas Birt, Chairperson, Adams County Board of Supervisors

               Rebecca Bissell, Adams County Auditor



Board Minutes   May 7, 2018

 

            The Adams County Board of Supervisors met on Monday, May 7, 2018 at 9:00 am with the following members present: Linda England, Doug Birt, Leland Shipley, Karl McCarty, and Merlin Dixon. Also in attendance were; Lauri Greenlee, Scott Akin, Mark Saylor, Jamie Stargell, Tony Mullen, Janice Leonard, Alan Johannes, Andrew Knuth, Lisa Brown, Lori Shires, Julie Krauth, Matt Hanson, Bert Peckham, Jerry Peckham, Judy Beckett, Nancy Kempton, and Judith Butcher. The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Birt. The agenda for the day was read and approved. All supervisors voted aye.  Motion carried.

 

            Engineer Eldon Rike discussed with the board putting 25 MPH speed limit signs on Quarry Road and Juniper Avenue and a “Children at Play” sign on Quarry Rd. He stated a resolution would have to be passed. The board asked for it to be on the agenda for next Monday.

 

Discussion was held with the City of Prescott concerning abating property taxes for 604 4th St. and 304 4th St. as these properties have been acquired through the abandoned property process. McCarty moved, seconded by Dixon to approve abating the property taxes for FY 17/18 for a total of $298 and future taxes for FY 18/19. All supervisors voted aye.  Motion carried. 

 

            The board reviewed a letter proposed by ICAP to send to Steve Mullen in regards to the request Steve Mullen presented to the board. England moved, seconded by McCarty to approve the letter. All supervisors voted aye.  Motion carried. 

 

Dixon moved, seconded by Shipley to open the Public Hearing for FY 17/18 Budget Amendment at 10:00 am. All supervisors voted aye.  Motion carried.  There were no oral or written objections presented. McCarty moved, seconded by England to close the Public Hearing for FY 17/18 Budget Amendment at 10:05 am. All supervisors voted aye.  Motion carried. 

 

England moved, seconded by McCarty to approve Resolution 2018-11 for the FY17/18 Budget Amendment. All supervisors voted aye.  Motion carried. 

 

            Discussion was held by County Attorney Andrew Knuth in regards to a letter that was sent to the Board of Supervisors regarding a situation in his office. Knuth stated the situation has been handled appropriately. He will make a statement in writing to that effect and present to the board for approval.

 

Claims were approved as follows:

Solutions Inc Maint        3,252.97 4
Access Sytms Repairs            588.00 1
Accurate Hydraulics REPAIR            841.63 1
Adams Co Treas Reimb            228.32 1
Adams Co. Electrical Repairs        3,243.00 1
Adams Co Amb Cont        3,333.32 1
Free Press Legal            499.10 3
Akin Repair            514.53 2
Akin REPAIR            547.31 1
Arnold Supply repair            116.75 1
Bank of America Crime Dog             861.56 1
Bank of America Schoo//mtg exp            522.14 1
Bankers Trust Bank Charges            250.00 1
Bankers Trust Contrib.            250.00 1
Bankers Trust GO Bond Red    265,000.00 1
Bankers Trust Interest-GO      27,027.50 1
Bankers Trust Interest        7,327.50 1
Bankers Trust Other LT Debt Rede      75,000.00 1
Beford Drug Pres. Medicine              23.00 1
Douglas Birt Reimb              89.00 3
Kolby Bissell reimb              32.92 1
Rebecca Bissell Reimb              50.00 1
Boyd Appliance Other Sup/Equip            479.00 1
Lisa Brown Serv            157.00 1
Capital Sanitary Sup            783.82 1
Chase Exp        1,105.54 1
Cornhusker Intnl repair            162.32 1
Darcy Crawford Reimb              23.82 1
CSSI Repairs            460.00 1
Damewood, Bruce safety            150.89 1
Dasher Elec Serv              75.00 1
Dist 4 Auditors Mtg Exp              50.00 1
Dollar General Sup              49.50 1
ElectionSource Sup              31.89 1
Ernst-IT Maint Agree            138.24 1
Feeders Grain Sup        1,323.46 3
First Natl Bank Interest      17,375.58 1
First Natl Bank Other LT Debt Rede    165,777.62 1
Frank Dunn Co repair            799.00 1
Kyle Freshour Reimb                 9.62 1
Gadberry supplies              31.63 1
Gadberry Sup              30.92 1
Galls Sup            178.45 2
Geer Util            180.00 1
Geer Utilities            150.00 1
Carl Goodson Reimb            211.07 1
Gray,Mick Tele/Fax Service              15.00 1
Hall Co. Sheriff Leg/Ct/ Serv.              35.00 1
Henry Adkins Data Proc Exp.        4,801.00 1
Henry Adkins Printing / Ballots            445.79 1
Herrmann,Cory Tele/Fax Service              40.00 1
Holiday Inn School/mtg exp            376.69 1
HyVee Sup            451.09 2
IACCB Dues        1,100.00 1
Infomax Equip            171.88 2
Ia Recorders Assoc Edu        1,703.21 1
IA Fire Control Gen Repairs            235.00 1
IA State Med Exam Serv        2,113.29 1
John, Freese, ICA School/mtg exp            300.00 1
Karl Chevrolet Motor Vehicle      22,379.40 1
Karl Chevrolet equipment      31,304.40 1
Lundquist AC Repairs            206.27 1
Bill Lyddon Reimb              80.00 1
Madison Co. Sheriff Serv              44.58 1
Mediacom Util            656.58 2
Metal Culverts materials      21,656.16 1
MidAmerican utilities              66.74 1
Mont Co Sheriff legal            336.97 5
MTE Office Center Office Sup/Exp            737.87 1
Newton Doors Sup        5,238.12 1
Office Mach Sup            303.95 3
Page Co. Sheriff Legal/Ct-/ Serv.              32.00 1
Travis Paul Reimb            103.50 1
Perfection Press Typ/Print/Bind.Serv.            789.70 1
Petersen Tire supplies        1,917.60 1
Petersen Tire Sup              45.00 1
Radar Road Tec Serv            280.00 1
Red Star Sup            130.00 1
Jim Reiley Reimb              80.15 1
Rick's Auto Repair            163.77 2
Ringgold Co. Sheriff Leg/Ct-Related Serv.                 6.00 1
RJs Plumbing Repair        3,000.73 6
Robinson Implement REPAIR            159.60 1
Sarpy Co Sheriff Service Fees              35.00 1
Schafer Welding Sup            285.00 1
Leland Shipley Employee Mile/Subs.              46.00 1
Sioux City Foundry Co. General Repairs        1,825.19 1
Jamie Stargell Reimb            129.00 1
TAW Comp Serv        1,766.44 2
Nancy Turner Employee Mile/Subs.            103.00 1
Uncle Joe's General Repairs            301.08 1
Union Co Sheriff Serv              31.00 1
Verizon Wireless Maint/Agree            280.09 1
Ivan Wolf Serv              40.00 1
Grand Total      685,681.76  

 

            Committee reports were given by the Supervisors as follows:  McCarty – Heartland Finance, Apr 24, Creston, SI RCD, May 3, Creston, SICOG, May 1, Creston; Dixon – ACEDC Housing, May 1, Corning; and Birt – Crossroads, May 2, Creston.

 

ATTEST: Douglas Birt, Chairperson, Adams County Board of Supervisors

               Rebecca Bissell, Adams County Auditor





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