Board Minutes  November 5, 2018

 

The Adams County Board of Supervisors met on Monday, November 5, 2018 at 9:00 am with the following members present: Linda England, Merlin Dixon, Leland Shipley, Doug Birt, and Karl McCarty. Also in attendance were Scott Akin, Tony Mullen, Bart Knox, and Travis Malone. The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Birt. The agenda for the day was read and approved.

 

Engineer Travis Malone presented Utility Permit #18-08 for a tile Drainage East of 2159 240th St. in Jasper Township Section 12. Dixon moved, seconded by Shipley to approve Utility Permit #18-08. All Supervisors voted aye. Motion passed.

 

Claims were approved as follows:

Solutions Inc Maint              88.55 1
Absolute Ag Supply repair           610.17 1
Adams Co Amb Cont        3,333.32 1
Free Press Legal           839.00 4
Free Press Legal Pub              45.65 1
AgriVision REPAIR           178.98 1
Akin Repair           327.11 2
Arnold Supply repair           838.45 1
Bankers Trust Bank Charges           250.00 1
Bankers Trust Contrib.-Oth Gov/Org           250.00 1
Bankers Trust Interest-GO     24,377.50 1
Bankers Trust Interest-Other Debt        5,733.75 1
Bob Barker Co Sup              85.15 1
Business Card Exp              45.62 1
Calhoun Co. Sheriff Legal/Ct-Related Serv.              31.00 1
Central US Coatings Inc General Repairs        3,541.50 1
Chase Exp              97.59 1
CHI Health Other Labor servi              40.00 1
Cintas safety           359.95 1
CNH Industrial Capital repair              15.20 1
Corning Mun Util           333.11 1
K & J Hardware & Rental, Inc. Other Sup/Equip              59.99 1
Damewood, Bruce reimb              15.00 1
Dollar General Sup              31.75 1
Ernst-IT Lic, Permits, Exam F           509.83 1
Ernst-IT Maint Agree           257.03 1
Ernst-IT Radio Repair & Maint.           412.97 1
Farmers Mutual phone           243.13 1
Fastenal Co repair           109.44 1
Feeders Grain Sup              28.28 1
First Natl Bank Interest-Other Debt     15,145.88 1
First Natl Bank Other LT Debt Rede   268,007.32 1
Florea Radiator Shop repair           235.00 1
Frank Dunn Co repair           455.00 1
Carl Goodson Reimb           210.00 1
Gray,Mick Tele\Fax Service              15.00 1
Heritage Sup           225.43 1
Herrmann,Cory Tele\Fax Service              40.00 1
IAAO Dues & Memberships           210.00 1
IMWCA Ins        2,967.00 2
Infomax Equip           140.84 2
ISACA Treasurer Reg fees/Meet/Sc           150.00 1
ISSDA Sch/mtg expense           250.00 1
Iowa Trailer equip     48,650.00 1
Jackson Repair Fuel, Tires, & Lub           124.90 1
Lancaster Sheriff Legal-Ct-Related Serv.              35.00 1
Lundquist AC Repairs           196.40 1
Mail Serv Serv           117.21 1
Metal Culverts materials     72,133.60 1
MidAmerican utilities              29.22 1
Midland GIS Serv           500.00 1
Montgomery Co Sheriff legal              32.00 1
Most,Jo Other Labor  servi           425.00 1
MTE Office Center Office Sup/Exp           449.18 1
Benjamin Mullen Reimb           484.40 1
NACVSO Reg              50.00 1
Northland Products Co repair        1,113.50 1
Office Mach supplies                9.20 1
Office Mach Sup           132.83 2
Partsmaster repair              64.95 1
Travis Paul Reimb              40.00 1
Petersen Tire supplies              35.00 1
Precison Diesel, Inc. repair        2,028.87 1
Primrose Food & Prov        3,354.00 1
Jim Reiley Reimb              23.88 1
Steve Richey Reimb           151.91 1
Rick's Auto Repair              27.37 1
RJs Plumbing Repair        4,630.11 2
Sign-Up E911 Expenses           184.52 1
SIRWA Util              52.00 1
Snap On Tools sup           245.95 1
UFMC Fuel        2,701.57 3
Uncle Joe's General Repairs           390.00 1
Verizon Wireless Maint Agreements           320.82 1
3BAR Farms LLC equip     52,500.00 1
Grand Total     522,373.88  

 

            Committee reports were given for the following: Shipley – MATURA, October 30, Creston.

 

 

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

               Rebecca Bissell, Adams County Auditor

 


Board Minutes October 29, 2018

 

The Adams County Board of Supervisors met on Monday, October 29, 2018 at 9:00 am with the following members present: Linda England, Merlin Dixon, and Leland Shipley. Doug Birt and Karl McCarty were absent. Also in attendance were Scott Akin, Tony Mullen, Nancy Barnes, Roger Shindell, Bart Knox, Mark Zaccone, Travis Malone, David Antisdel, Lisa Brown, Andrew Knuth, Travis Paul, Jim Reilly, Alan Johannes, and Jamie Stargell. The meeting was called to order by Vice Chairperson England. The agenda for the day was read and approved.

 

Roger Shindell with Carosh Compliance Solutions gave another presentation regarding the services they can provide to update the County’s HIPAA policies and procedure. Shipley moved, Dixon seconded to approve the proposal presented for $16,234.

 

Engineer Travis Malone presented Resolution 2018-24 to amend the Adams County Zoning Ordinance. Dixon moved, seconded by Shipley to approve Resolution 2018-24. All Supervisors voted aye. Motion passed.

Dixon moved, seconded by Shipley to approve Ordinance 2018-2 to change the Zoning of Parcel A in 4-71-34 from A-1 to I-1. All Supervisors voted aye. Motion passed.

 

            Engineer Travis Malone presented an equipment purchase of a 2006 Peterbilt semi for $52,500 from Roger Shields. Dixon moved, seconded by Shipley to approve the purchase of the 2006 Peterbilt. All Supervisors voted aye. Motion passed.

 

            David Antisdel approached the board in support of wind turbines and doesn’t want to see the board put any greater set-back distances that would hinder his ability to do with his land what he wants.

 

            Saundra Leininger shared with the board an upcoming training for Historic Preservation that the members of the Certified Local Governments Commission were planning on attending.

 

             County Attorney Andrew Knuth presented to the board a 28E Agreement with the State of Iowa regarding the Iowa County Attorney’s Case Management Software. Knuth would like to purchase the software for the Attorney’s office for continuity and efficiency.

 

            Dixon moved, seconded by Shipley to go into closed session at 11:00 am pursuant to Iowa Code section 21.5k. All Supervisors voted aye. Motion passed. Shipley moved, seconded by Dixon to approve going out of closed session at 11:20 am. All Supervisors voted aye. Motion passed.  No action was taken.

 

            Committee reports were given for the following: England – 5th District Dept of Corrections, October 24, Des Moines and SIT, October 25, Creston; and Dixon – SCI911, October 24, Creston.

 

 

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

               Rebecca Bissell, Adams County Auditor



Board Minutes October 22, 2018

 

The Adams County Board of Supervisors met on Monday, October 22, 2018 at 9:00 am with the following members present: Linda England, Merlin Dixon, Doug Birt, and Leland Shipley. Karl McCarty was absent. Also in attendance were Scott Akin, Tony Mullen, Nancy Barnes, Jack Kretizinger, Jeremy Hodapp, Bart Knox, Matt Ott, Mark Zaccone, Byron Brown, Sharon Walter, Bill Forsyth, Donna Hogan, Bill Shipley, Doug Oldenkamp, Alan Johannes, and Jamie Stargell. The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Birt. The agenda for the day was read and approved.

 

England moved, seconded by Shipley to approve the revised the job description for the Secondary Roads Maintenance Supervisor position. All Supervisors voted aye. Motion passed.

 

Engineer Travis Malone updated the board that the purchase of the semi he was negotiating fell through. He’s going to keep looking.

 

Dixon moved, seconded by Shipley to approve the Recorder’s Quarterly Report presented by Recorder Jamie Stargell. All Supervisors voted aye. Motion passed. Stargell also updated the board that the Recorder’s Office is going to start to record and charge for Ground Water Hazard Statements beginning January 1, 2019.

 

Jack Kretizinger and Jeremy Hodapp asked the board to produce an abstract for the property they recently purchased at the auction. The board informed them the Auditor’s office recently came across old abstracts and delivered them to Corning Title Company and they are still waiting to find out if the abstract was included.

 

            England moved, seconded by Shipley to open the public hearing at 10:00 am for the Zoning Incentive Application regarding the rock quarry to change the zoning from Agricultural to Industrial. All Supervisors voted aye. Motion passed. There were no written objections or oral objections. England moved, seconded by Shipley to close the public hearing at 10:05 am. All Supervisors voted aye. Motion passed. 

 

The Adams County Board of Adjustment met at 10:00 am on Monday, October 22, 2018, with the following members present: Byron Brown, Bill Forsythe, Bill Shipley, and Sharon Walter. The meeting was called to order by the Chair, Bill Shipley. Elaine Calkins had called Travis Malone on Monday October 22nd  at 8:30 AM to state that she would not be able to be present at the meeting but she would

 leave it to the other four members of the board to decide on the approval. The meeting was called for the purpose of considering whether the Board of Adjustment should authorize a quarry operation to be a permitted principal use on certain property in Jasper Township as described in the application submitted by the Adams Community Economic Development Corporation dated September, 19, 2018.

 

The application fee was paid and notice of the time and place of this hearing was published in The Adams County Free Press and notice was delivered to the respective owners of record in accordance with Section 301.18.B of the zoning regulations.

 

The application was reviewed and Chairperson Shipley asked for a vote regarding authorization of the project. 

 

Bill Forsythe moved, seconded by Byron Brown, that the quarry operation shall be authorized by the Board of Adjustment as a permitted principal use and zoning changed from “A-1” Agriculture District to “I-1” Industrial District for certain property in Jasper Township, as such property is more particularly described below, subject to and in accordance with the following:

 

Parcel A located in a portion of Section 4 and a portion of Section 9 in Township 71 North, Range 34 West of the 5th P.M., Adams County, Iowa, according to the recorded Plat of Survey filed at Book 51 Page 575 in the Office of Adams County Recorder EXCEPT Parcel B of Parcel A located in Section 4 and Section 9, Township 71 North, Range 34 West of the 5th P.M., Adams County. Iowa, according to the recorded Plat of Survey filed at Book 126 Page 590 in the Office of the Adams County Recorder.

 

All members present of the Board of Adjustment voted aye. Motion carried. 

Motion for meeting to adjourn by Bill Forsythe and seconded by Byron Brown.

 

Claims were approved as follows:
ACEDC Contrib.-Other Gov.&Organ      20,000.00 1
Airgas Sup              87.50 1
Airgas Welding Supplies            234.75 1
Alliant Energy Utilities              48.68 1
Bayless Paint & Drywall General Repairs            330.00 1
Bob Barker Co Sup            570.44 1
Capital One Exp              19.99 1
Karen Carl Reimb            380.62 1
Cintas safety            311.95 1
CJ Cooper & Assoc safety              35.00 1
Corning Mun Util        4,825.95 4
Douglas Co. Sheriff Legal & Ct-Related Serv.            100.00 1
DSM Hoist, Inc repair            403.82 1
Employee Data Forms supplies              24.00 1
Fastenal Co repair            255.34 1
Kyle Freshour Reimb              53.48 1
Frontier Phone            266.69 3
Geer Utilities            225.00 1
IA DOT supplies            728.84 1
IA Co Attys Assn School or meeting expense              75.00 1
ISU schools            550.00 1
ISU training            150.00 1
Johnson,Andrew Well Plugging            500.00 1
Lands' End Sup            155.93 1
Bill Lyddon Reimb            486.00 1
Matco Tools supplies            222.75 1
Karl McCarty General Repairs            840.00 1
MidAmerican utilities                 4.49 1
Monroe Co. Sher Legal & Ct-Related Serv.              41.40 1
Benjamin Mullen Reimb            777.07 1
NAPA repair            135.96 1
Nishna Valley Bldrs serv.      56,430.00 1
Northland Prod Co. repair              66.20 1
Office Mach Sup              14.87 1
Owen,Jeff General Repairs            400.00 1
Travis Paul Reimb            175.48 1
PCSB Bank CC Custodial Supplies              89.60 1
PCSB Bank CC Office Supplies/Expenses              89.00 1
PCSB Bank CC Postage & Mailing            103.31 1
PCSB Bank CC School or meeting expense            156.64 1
PCSB Bank CC Telephone & Fax Service              79.98 1
PJGreufe & Assoc. Administrative Costs        1,500.00 1
Polk Co. Sheriff Legal & Ct-Related Serv.            173.98 1
Poor Boyz LLC Sanitation Disposal            593.75 1
Jim Reiley Reimb            200.57 2
Michelle Roberts School or meeting expense              26.21 1
SIRWA Util            123.80 1
SW IA REC Util        6,074.61 3
TAW Comp Serv            300.00 1
Templeton appl repair            114.90 1
Treasurer, IA Other Svcs - taxes collec        2,234.00 1
Turf Solutions Serv              90.00 1
US Postmaster Postage            200.00 1
UFMC Fuel        3,364.51 2
Union Co Auditor Admin    109,400.00 1
Union Co Sheriff Serv              62.00 2
UFMC Fuel, Tires, & Lubricants              81.96 1
Don Willett Telephone & Fax Service              40.08 1
Ziegler repair        1,001.76 1
Grand Total      216,027.86  

 

            Committee reports were given for the following: England – Southern Hills Regional Mental Health, October 19, Corning; Shipley – Loss Control, October 17, Corning; Dixon – ACEDC, October 18, Corning; Birt – ACCS, October 11, Corning and Conservation Board, October 11, Corning.

 

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

               Rebecca Bissell, Adams County Auditor

Board Minutes October 15, 2018

 

The Adams County Board of Supervisors met on Monday, October 15, 2018 at 9:00 am with the following members present: Linda England, Merlin Dixon, Karl McCarty, and Leland Shipley. Doug Birt joined the meeting at 9:15 am. Also in attendance were Scott Akin, Tony Mullen, Bart Knox, Travis Paul, Lucas Beenken, Jamie Cashman, Brad Holtan, Beth Manley, Alan Johannes, Paul Greufe, and Pat Shipley. The meeting was called to order by Vice Chairperson England. The agenda for the day was read and approved.

 

Engineer Travis Malone presented the supervisors with a revised job description for the Secondary Roads Maintenance Supervisor. Board asked to have HR Consultant review job description.

 

McCarty moved, seconded by Dixon to approve having the current custodian clean the offices at the new Secondary Roads office, no additional hours were approved. All Supervisors voted aye. Motion passed.

 

England moved, seconded by Dixon to set a public hearing for November 14th at 1:00 pm to vacate a section of 170th St in Adams County Secondary Roads. All Supervisors voted aye. Motion passed.

 

Shipley moved, seconded by McCarty to approve the 2019 Weed Commissioner Certification.  All supervisors voted aye, with England abstaining.  Motion passed.

 

Pat Shipley presented a property to be abated since the City of Nodaway has taken ownership of 306 8th Ave. Shipley moved, seconded by England to approve the abatement of the county property taxes for 306 8th Ave in the City of Nodaway. All Supervisors voted aye. Motion passed.

 

Conservation Director Travis Paul gave an update on the family cottages. The remaining balance left on contract to Nishna Valley Builders for $169,000 with $7,000 in other expenses remaining. England moved, seconded by Dixon to spend $175,000 out of the Capital Funds 30000.  All Supervisors voted aye. Motion passed.

 

Dixon moved, seconded by Shipley to approve Resolution 2018-23 transferring $20,000 from the General Basic Fund to the Conservation Reserve Fund.  All Supervisors voted aye.  Motion passed. 

 

Iowa State Association of Counties (ISAC) representatives presented to the board legislative priorities for the year and gave an update on ISAC programs they are offering to counties.

 

McCarty moved, seconded by Dixon to approve the Federal Motor Carriers Drug Policy presented by Travis Malone for Secondary Roads. All Supervisors voted aye. Motion passed.

 

            Committee reports were given for the following: Dixon – ACEDC Housing, October 4, Corning; McCarty – SICOG RLF Housing Trust, October 2, Creston.

 

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

               Rebecca Bissell, Adams County Auditor


Board Minutes October 8, 2018

 

The Adams County Board of Supervisors met on Monday, October 8, 2018 at 9:00 am with the following members present: Linda England, Merlin Dixon, Karl McCarty, and Leland Shipley. Doug Birt was absent. Also in attendance were Alan Johannes, Scott Akin, Tony Mullen, Nancy Barnes, Jamie Stargell, Robert Walter, Clarissa Walter, Jason Green, Mark Zaccone, Matt Ott, Bart Knox, Aaron Inman, Alvin Inman, and Lynne Inman. The meeting was called to order by Vice Chairperson England. The agenda for the day was read and approved.

 

Treasurer Nancy Barnes discussed with the board the possibility of investing with IPAIT (Iowa Public Agency Investment Trust). She said the rates have been low in the past but now interest rates are going up so Barnes is wanting to join. Shipley moved, Dixon seconded to approve investing with IPAIT. All Supervisors voted aye. Motion passed.

 

Engineer Travis Malone discussed purchasing a 1988 Semi for $18,000. He also presented the board with 4 quotes for a triple axel belly dump trailer for hauling larger loads of rock and sand. He recommended the ITM trailer for $48,650. McCarty moved, seconded by Dixon to purchase the 1988 Semi and the ITM trailer. All Supervisors voted aye. Motion passed.

 

McCarty moved, seconded by Shipley to open the public hearing at 10:00 am. All Supervisors voted aye. Motion passed. There were no written objections. Jason Green discussed that he doesn’t want to have any wind turbines in Adams County and definitely doesn’t want any in and around his area. Alvin Inman doesn’t want them either. Clarissa Walter spoke as well in disapproving of the windmills. There were no oral objections for the current ordinances as presented. The group were requesting the board research increasing the separation distance of windmill placement in the county.  Dixon moved, seconded by McCarty to close the public hearing at 10:45 am.

 

McCarty moved, seconded by Dixon to approve Ordinance 2018-1 Adopting the Proposed Code of Ordinances of Adams County, Iowa, as the 2018 County Code of the County of Adams, Iowa, as revised and reordered effective as of today, October 8, 2018, and to waive the second and third reading. All Supervisors voted aye. Motion passed.

 

Claims were approved as follows:

 
Solutions Inc Maint        4,881.68 1
Adair Co Sheriff Legal & Ct-Rel Serv.              43.08 1
Adams Co Extension training           105.00 1
Adams Co Extension Reg fees/Meet/Sc           105.00 1
Adams Co Amb Cont        3,333.32 1
Adams Co. Electrical Gen Repairs        1,683.80 1
Free Press Legal           322.00 3
Agriland Fs. Inc. Fuel     13,660.70 1
Akin Repair        1,304.08 5
Arnold Supply repair           865.01 1
Don Ashenfelter Safety Allow Reimb           119.41 1
Bank of America Fuel, Tires, & Lub              76.50 1
Nancy Barnes Reimb              48.00 1
Bayless Paint & Drywall General Repairs        2,360.53 1
William Birt Serv              15.00 1
John Blazek Serv              45.00 1
Bob Barker Co Sup           111.97 1
Brown, Lisa Serv              92.00 1
Business Card Exp           434.88 2
Capital Sanitary Sup           108.75 2
Central IA Distrib Inc Sup           148.40 1
Chase Exp           242.00 1
CNH Industrial Capital repair           196.00 1
Blake Cooper Serv              15.00 1
Corning Rental Rental           160.00 1
Corning Tire Repair              82.74 1
Crittenton Center Juvenile Det/Shelte           139.95 1
Dasher Elec Serv              50.00 1
Don's Uniforms Sup              47.90 1
Echo Sup              12.68 1
Farmers Mutual phone           243.22 1
Fastenal Co repair           120.11 1
Feeders Grain Sup              55.92 1
Freeman,Lee Legal & Ct-Rel Serv.              75.00 1
Gadberry Sup              70.25 3
Geer Util           270.00 1
Carl Goodson Reimb           215.00 1
Government Forms Office Supplies/Exp           145.36 1
Graphic Ideas supplies              79.50 1
Gray,Mick Phone & Fax Ser              15.00 1
Grn Valley Serv           175.00 1
Hawkeye Truck repair           575.00 1
Herrmann,Cory Safety/Protect.Sup              69.99 1
Herrmann,Cory Phone & Fax Service              40.00 1
Herrmann,Cory Apparel & Uniform           218.26 1
Holiday Inn School/mtg exp           332.64 1
IMWCA Ins        2,967.00 2
Infomax Equip           128.64 2
IA Prison Ind signs        2,271.64 1
Kaufman,LuAnn Township Clerk Fee              20.00 1
Krantz,Kyle Legal & Ct-Rel Serv.              75.00 1
KSIB Official Pub.& Legal Not.           116.66 1
Lindeman Tractor repair              10.29 1
Martin's Flag Sup              52.21 1
MATURA Admin        6,000.00 1
Mediacom Util           689.03 2
Microfilm Imaging Pres/Technology           431.75 1
MidAmerican utilities              22.03 1
Midland GIS Serv           500.00 1
Midwest Tech Maintenance           187.50 1
Montgomery Co Sheriff legal              34.00 1
MTE Office Center Office Sup/Exp           252.79 1
Benjamin Mullen Reimb              77.00 1
Nishna Valley Builders serv.     77,104.72 1
Office Mach supplies           114.84 1
Office Mach Sup           364.39 6
Omaha Truck Center repair           415.08 1
Travis Paul Reimb              40.00 1
Petersen Tire supplies           215.00 1
Petersen Tire Sup           120.00 1
PJGreufe & Assoc. Admin Costs        1,500.00 1
Polk Co. Sheriff Legal & Ct-Re Serv.           143.98 2
Poor Boyz LLC General Repairs        8,340.00 1
Porter Trustin Co. General Repairs        3,120.00 1
Pottawattamie Co. Sheriff Legal & Ct-Rel Serv.              35.00 1
Primrose Food & Provisions        4,374.00 1
Red Star supplies              29.80 1
Red Star Sup           143.55 1
Redneck Trailer Inc. repair           678.10 1
Jim Reiley Reimb           188.49 3
Reserve Acct. Postage & Mailing           500.00 1
Rick's Auto Repair           295.28 3
Robinson Implement Parts           159.46 1
Robinson Implement REPAIR           155.37 1
James Rychnovsky Serv              45.00 1
Safariland Sup           123.04 1
Schildberg rock        3,729.86 1
SIRWA Util              85.00 1
S Hills Vet Exp              52.03 1
SW IA REC Util              72.82 1
T R Comm Repair           508.00 2
TAW Comp Serv              50.00 1
Templeton appl repair              70.99 1
Treasurer, IA Legal & Ct-Rel Serv.        1,322.00 1
Union Co Sheriff Serv              31.00 1
Van Buren Co. Sheriff Legal & Ct-Rel Serv.              48.69 1
Wayne Victor Serv              45.00 1
Kathy West Serv              15.00 1
West,Shelly Township Clerk Fee              40.00 1
Ziegler EQUIP   239,036.50 1
Grand Total     390,658.16  

Committee reports were given for the following: Dixon – ACEDC Housing, October 4, Corning; McCarty – SICOG RLF Housing Trust, October 2, Creston.

 

           

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

               Rebecca Bissell, Adams County Auditor


Board Minutes      October 1, 2018

 

The Adams County Board of Supervisors met on Monday, October 1, 2018 at 9:00 am with the following members present: Linda England, Merlin Dixon, Karl McCarty, and Doug Birt. Leland Shipley was absent.  Also in attendance were Scott Akin, Travis Malone, Jamie Stargell, Tony Mullen, Jan Leonard, Jack Kretzinger, Dan Kretzinger, and Nancy Barnes. The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Birt. The agenda for the day was read and approved.

 

The Board expressed an interest in additional information from Carosh regarding updating our HIPPA policies.

 

England moved, seconded by Dixon to set a public hearing regarding possible rezoning of land use for October 22, 2018 at 10:00 am.  All supervisors voted aye.  Motion carried.

 

            County Engineer, Travis Malone, gave additional information on updating the drug policy that he’s wanting to implement. He also gave an update regarding new equipment he was considering purchasing.

 

            Kretzinger Auctions presented to the county proceeds from the recent auction of county items and land.

 

            Corning Mayor, Jan Leonard shared with the board a desire to complete a Comprehensive Plan for the City and shared the Community Visioning plan with the Board.

 

            Committee reports were given for the following: Dixon – SCI 911, September 26, Creston; England – Adams-Taylor Landfill, September 26, Corning, CHI Hospital Board, September 27, Corning; and McCarty – Heartland Alliance, September 27, Creston.

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

               Rebecca Bissell, Adams County Auditor


Board Minutes                       September 24, 2018

 

The Adams County Board of Supervisors met on Monday, September 24, 2018 at 9:00 am with the following members present: Linda England, Leland Shipley, Merlin Dixon, Karl McCarty, and Doug Birt. Also in attendance were Scott Akin, Travis Malone, Alan Johannes, Saundra Leininger, Guy Brace and Mark Zaconne. The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Birt. The agenda for the day was read and approved.

 

            County Engineer, Travis Malone, gave an update on different projects he’s been working on. Malone also presented an updated drug policy that he’s wanting to implement.

 

Saundra Leininger and Guy Brace with CLG presented their Quarterly Report.

 

Claims were approved as presented.

Solutions Inc software sup               587.55 1
Solutions Inc Maint           1,200.00 1
Solutions Inc Serv                 86.25 1
ACEDC Contrib.-Other                272.50 1
Adams Co Sheriff Serv               200.00 1
Bette Agnew Township Clerk                 20.00 1
Agriland Fs. Inc. Fuel           7,909.92 1
Agriland Fs. Inc. Gas and Fuel Oil               242.43 1
Ahlers & Cooney, P.C. Acct.-Audit.-Cler           1,769.67 1
Airgas Welding Sup               209.86 1
Alliant Energy Utilities                 38.69 1
Howard Anderson Township Trust                 15.00 1
Nancy Barnes Reimb                 10.67 1
Kolby Bissell safety reimb               163.62 1
Rebecca Bissell Reimb                 45.00 1
Rick Bissell Serv                 15.00 1
Bob Barker Co Sup                 58.78 1
Capital Sanitary Sup               257.38 1
Dale Carmichael Serv                 15.00 1
Chase Exp               165.17 1
CHI Health Doctor/Hosp.                  82.37 1
CHI hospital safety               130.00 1
Clean Plus Inc. Jail Supplies               141.76 1
Cont Fire Sprinkler Serv               330.00 1
Chris Cooper Fee                 15.00 1
Cornhusker Intnl repair           2,289.40 1
Corning Fire Dept Sup               240.00 1
Corning Mun Util           5,235.27 4
Corning Tire Repair               220.59 1
Damewood Auto repair               640.00 1
Mark DeVore Serv                 15.00 1
Dist IV Treas School or mtg                 15.00 1
Echo Sup                 58.84 1
Fastenal Co repair                 61.71 1
Wm Forsythe Fee                 15.00 1
Frontier Phone               259.25 3
Gadberry Sup                 11.78 1
Galls Sup               217.86 3
Grn Valley Serv               227.70 3
Hotsy Cleaning supplies               312.00 1
Hughes Feed & Supply repair               353.68 1
HyVee Sup                 14.75 1
IA DOT supplies                   2.52 1
IA Law Academy Edu               200.00 1
Jackson,Hope Salary-Reg Emp               230.50 1
Karl Emer Vehicles Motor Vehicle           2,450.00 1
Lundquist AC Repairs               100.00 1
Mail Serv Serv               138.60 1
Malone,Travis reimb               495.14 1
MidAmerican utilities                   4.50 1
MINK schools, training                 65.00 1
Mont Co Sheriff legal                 43.56 1
Most,Jo Other Labor                685.00 1
Benjamin Mullen Reimb                 62.99 1
Mullen, Tony Township Trust                 15.00 1
Natl Sheriff's Assn School/mtg ex               465.53 1
Nishna Valley Blders serv.         63,875.28 1
Nyhart Acct.-Audit.-Cler           1,375.00 1
Office Mach Sup                   7.38 1
PCSB Bank Credit Card Hardware                 96.70 1
PCSB Bank Credit Card Office Sup/Exp                 46.81 2
PCSB Bank Credit Card Phone & Fax Ser                 79.98 1
Petty Cash/Travis Paul Exp               140.04 1
Pitney Bowes Postage               180.66 1
Pitney Bowes Sup               153.66 1
PJGreufe & Assoc. Admin Costs           1,500.00 1
Poor Boyz LLC San Disposal               593.75 1
Power Plan repair               808.64 1
Jim Reiley Reimb                 72.00 1
Reliance Sup               400.00 2
Karen Saltzman Serv                 20.00 1
Schildberg rock           2,206.14 1
Service Techs Parts                 80.76 1
SIRWA Util               133.60 1
Snap On Tools REPAIRS               826.99 1
SW IA REC Util           6,503.67 3
Div Elevator Safety Fee               300.00 1
Kurt Stoaks Serv                 15.00 1
US Postmaster Postage               116.00 1
UFMC Fuel           2,839.28 3
UFMC Fuel, Tires & Lub           3,221.27 1
Verizon Wireless Maint Agree               320.84 1
Ivan Wolf Serv                 20.00 1
Kevin Wynn Serv                 20.00 1
Ziegler Repair               732.55 1
Grand Total        115,813.79  

 

            Committee reports were given for the following: Dixon – WIB, September 17, Creston; Shipley – MATURA, September 18, Creston; England – Southern Hills Regional Mental Health, September 21, Corning; and Birt – Conservation, September 6, and ACCS, September 13, Corning.

 

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

               Rebecca Bissell, Adams County Auditor


Board Minutes September 21, 2018

 

The Adams County Board of Supervisors met on Friday, September 21, 2018 at 1:30 pm with the following members present: Linda England, Leland Shipley, Merlin Dixon, Karl McCarty, and Doug Birt. Also in attendance was County Attorney Andrew Knuth. The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Birt. The agenda for the day was read and approved.

 

Dixon moved, seconded by McCarty to approve selling the parcels that are listed for the upcoming auction on September 22, 2018, to be sold each individually.  All supervisors voted aye. Motion carried.

 

 

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

               Rebecca Bissell, Adams County Auditor



Board Minutes September 17, 2018

 

The Adams County Board of Supervisors met on Monday, September 17, 2018 at 9:00 am with the following members present: Linda England, Leland Shipley, Merlin Dixon, Karl McCarty, and Doug Birt. Also in attendance were Nancy Barnes, Jamie Stargell, Joel Morrison, Tony Mullen, Travis Paul, Jason McManis, Paul Greufe, Beth Waddle, and Betsy Akin. The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Birt. The agenda for the day was read and approved.

 

England moved, seconded by Shipley to approve setting a public hearing for October 8th, 2018, to re-adopt Adams County Code 2018.  All supervisors voted aye. Motion carried.

 

Dixon moved, seconded by England to approve Resolution 2018-22 Sale of the old Secondary Roads sheds and Lot 2 of Parcel A and Parcel C in Jasper Township. All supervisors voted aye. Motion carried.

 

            Beth Waddle shared with the board that ACEDC will be submitting information to the Free Press regarding the Hotel/Motel Tax public measure that will be on the ballot November 6th and also will be doing some advertising supporting the passage of the measure.

 

            County Engineer Travis Malone, discussed with the board a different county credit card method that he would like to implement. He would like to have a credit card through the county that is not tied to his personal social security number which is the current process used for the department heads.   The Board asked Auditor Bissell to get more information regarding the feasibility of this with the possibility that there might be the need to implement a new policy regarding credit cards. 

 

Jason McManis updated the board on his business plan and of his desire to bring anhydrous tanks into his business Edge Ag Solutions. He is concerned that the sale of county property Lot 2 of Parcel A in Jasper Township could affect him putting anhydrous tanks in for his business if the land is purchased by someone wishing to build a home on that property. McCarty motioned, seconded by Dixon to put a restricted covenant on Lot 2 of Parcel A due to the original agreement with McManis and his economic development plan he had presented with his original bid. All supervisors voted aye. Motion carried.

 

            Committee reports were given for the following: McCarty – SICOG, September 11, Creston, and RCD, September 13, Creston; Shipley – Main Street, September 11, Corning; and Birt – Conservation, September 6, and ACCS, September 13, Corning.

 

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

               Rebecca Bissell, Adams County Auditor

 

Board Minutes September 10, 2018

 

The Adams County Board of Supervisors met on Monday, September 10, 2018 at 9:00 am with the following members present: Linda England, Leland Shipley, Merlin Dixon, and Doug Birt. Karl McCarty was absent. Also in attendance were Alan Johannes and Travis Malone. Shipley moved, seconded by England to approve amending the agenda to include the approval of claims. All supervisors voted aye. Motion carried. The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Birt. The agenda for the day was read and approved.

 

Dixon moved, seconded by England to approve the Engagement Letter from the State Auditor’s Office for the FY 2017-2018 Audit.  All supervisors voted aye. Motion carried.

 

England moved, seconded by Shipley to open the Public hearing at 10:00 am to discuss selling County Property. There were no oral or written objections. Dixon moved, seconded by Shipley to close the public hearing at 10:05 am. All supervisors voted aye. Motion carried.

 

            Mark Zaccone with Invenergy discussed with the board potential plans regarding a wind energy farm in the North Eastern part Adams County.

 

            Claims were approved as presented. 

Solutions Inc Maint            796.54 1
ACCS Contrib.-Other Gov.      11,250.00 1
Adams Co Auditor Adm        7,300.04 1
Adams Co Amb Cont        3,333.32 1
Free Press Legal            398.49 3
Airgas Welding Supplies            132.09 1
Akin Repair            165.86 1
Akin REPAIR            203.60 1
Arnold Supply repair        1,849.60 1
Carmichael, Audrey Well Plugging            500.00 1
Kevin Behlers safety reimb            105.97 1
Rebecca Bissell Reimb            105.00 1
Business Card Exp              13.65 1
Capital Sanitary Sup            106.58 1
Chase Exp            637.13 1
CHI Health Labor related ser            395.00 1
CJ Cooper & Assoc safety            105.00 1
CNH Industrial Cap repair            140.69 1
Corning Library Cont        6,334.25 1
Corning Rental Rent            317.00 1
Damewood, Bruce safety reimb            127.28 1
Denco repair      71,103.74 1
Merlin Dixon Reimb              88.00 1
Dollar General Sup                 9.37 1
Farmer Mutual phone            243.99 1
Fastenal Co repair            312.60 1
Feeders Grain Sup            293.64 2
Gadberry supplies            157.02 1
Gadberry Sup            390.92 2
Galls Sup            198.37 1
Carl Goodson Reimb            215.00 1
Gray,Mick Phone & Fax Service              15.00 1
Heartland Foam General Repairs        6,685.00 1
Henderson Tiling repair            238.39 1
Karl Herring Reimb              56.42 1
Herrmann,Cory Phone & Fax Service              40.00 1
HGM Assoc outside engineering            864.00 1
IACCVSO Other              60.00 1
IMWCA Ins        2,967.00 2
Infomax Equip            148.82 2
ISAC Dues            325.00 1
ISCTA Reg              50.00 1
Virgil James Reimb            177.20 1
Jerico dust control        1,019.55 1
Mail Serv Serv            126.48 1
Marco Other            249.20 1
Karl McCarty Reimb            369.46 1
Mediacom Util            710.60 2
Metal Culverts materials        7,415.72 1
MidAmerican utilities              20.61 1
Midland GIS Serv            500.00 1
Most,Jo Labor related servi            590.00 1
MTE Office Center Office Sup/Exp              39.99 1
Nodaway Co. Sher Books, Mag., CD               35.10 1
Northland Products Company repair        1,489.45 1
Office Mach Sup            569.89 3
Travis Paul Reimb              40.00 1
Petersen Tire supplies            262.00 1
Platte MO. Co. Sher Books, Mag., CD Roms               50.71 1
Polk Co. Sheriff Legal  Serv.            108.53 2
Pott Co. Sheriff Legal  Serv.              35.00 1
Precison Diesel, Inc. repair        6,217.67 1
Prescott Library Cont        1,053.50 1
Primrose Food & Provisions        4,164.00 1
Quincy Twnshp Cl Sup        9,550.00 1
Jim Reiley Reimb              24.48 1
Rick's Auto Repair            739.61 2
RJs Plumbing Repair        7,790.45 3
Robinson Impl Parts            741.89 1
Robinson Impl REPAIR              45.00 1
Schafer Welding Sup              25.00 1
Secure Shred Serv              74.00 1
SIRWA Util              85.00 1
Snap On Tools repair            280.00 1
Storey Kenworthy Sup            139.51 1
Taylor Co Sheriff Serv              46.72 2
Taylor Co. Pub Hlth Contrib.-Other Gov.      27,203.00 1
Union Co. Engineer engineer            750.00 1
Vavra, Billi reimb            105.39 2
Don Willett Phone & Fax Service              40.08 1
Worth Co. Sheriff Books, Mag., CD Roms               30.00 1
Grand Total      191,694.16  

 

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

               Rebecca Bissell, Adams County Auditor

 


Board Minutes  September 4, 2018

 

            The Adams County Board of Supervisors met on Tuesday, September 4, 2018 at 9:00 am with the following members present: Linda England, Leland Shipley, Karl McCarty, Merlin Dixon, and Doug Birt. Also, in attendance were: Scott Akin, Tony Mullen, Nancy Barnes, Lisa Brown, Alan Johannes, Joan Gallagher, Travis Malone and Jan Leonard. The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Birt. The agenda for the day was read and approved.

 

England moved, seconded by Shipley to approve the Annual Urban Renewal Report for FY 2017-2018.  All supervisors voted aye. Motion carried.

 

Lisa Brown presented the board the County Attorney Annual Collection Report for FY 18.

 

Joan Gallagher presented the Adams County Board of Health FY18 Annual Report & Evaluation.

 

            Committee reports were given for the following: England – Southern Iowa Trolley, August 30, Creston.

 

 

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

                  Rebecca Bissell, Adams County Auditor






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