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Date: June 20, 2011
NOTICE AND CALL OF BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETING
GOVERNMENTAL BODY: CARROLL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
DATE OF MEETING: Monday, June 20, 2011
TIME OF MEETING: 9:00 a.m. C.D.S.T.
PLACE OF MEETING: SUPERVISORS’ MEETING ROOM-COURTHOUSE
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the above-mentioned body will meet at the date, time, and place above set out. The tentative agenda for said meeting is as follows:
Pledge of Allegiance
Comments from those in attendance
Associated File: Agenda June 20 2011.pdf 49 KB
The Board of Supervisors of Carroll County, Iowa met in regular adjourned session in the Boardroom of the Courthouse, in Carroll, Iowa, the County seat of said County on Monday, June 20, 2011 at 9:00 a.m. Central Daylight Saving Time pursuant to law, the rules of said Board and to the adjournment with the following members present: Marty Danzer, Eugene Meiners, Dan Nieland, Mark Beardmore, and Neil Bock.
Motion by Bock, second by Meiners to approve the agenda with one addition: courthouse generator. On roll call, all voted aye.
Motion by Nieland, second by Beardmore to approve the minutes of the June 13, 2011 meeting as written. On roll call, all present voted aye.
Motion by Meiners, second by Beardmore to approve cigarette permits for the following: Al’s Corner Oil Co., Corner Station, Carroll Country Club, Roselle Tavern, and Riverside Tavern. On roll call, all voted aye.
Motion by Bock, second by Nieland to approve CDBG Draw #8 for New Hope Village, in the amount of $60,691. On roll call, all voted aye.
Ambulance Director Bill Fish gave a department update. Fish reported that employees Ken Buelt and Pat Feilmeier recently passed their paramedic exams. Revenue is down due to fewer calls than the previous year, and expenditures will also be lower than budgeted. Approximately $60,000 will be transferred to the Ambulance Capital Fund.
Fish was notified by the Iowa Department of Public Health that all the services in Carroll County have passed inspection, including area First Responder units. It was noted that the First Responder units need new EpiPens, at a cost of approximately $1000. Since their revenue is down, the First Responder units will receive EpiPens provided by the ambulance department.
Fish presented a billing agreement proposal for the board’s review. No decision is being made at this time.
At 9:36 a.m. the Chair introduced the first reading of Ordinance No. 34, Code of Ordinances in Effect for Carroll County, Iowa. Beardmore reported the County Assessor notified him that Ordinance #11, Cattle Feedlot Ordinance, automatically repealed on January 1, 2009. This change will be reflected in Ordinance No. 34. Beardmore also heard from the Emergency Management coordinator about the need for an ordinance detailing funding for E911 signs. Discussion was held and action will be taken at a future meeting.
Motion by Meiners, second by Beardmore to approve the first reading of Ordinance No. 34. On a roll call vote, Danzer, aye; Meiners, aye; Nieland, aye; Beardmore, aye; Bock, aye. Motion carried unanimously. Motion by Nieland, second by Meiners to set the second reading of Ordinance No. 34 for June 27, 2011 at 9:30 a.m. On roll call, all voted aye.
Rob Peters, city attorney for Arcadia, presented a request to extend the Arcadia TIF for an additional five years. Following discussion, motion by Meiners, second by Nieland to approve Resolution No. 2011-014. On a roll call vote, Danzer, aye; Meiners, aye; Nieland, aye; Beardmore, aye; Bock, aye. Motion carried unanimously.
Resolution No. 2011-014
WHEREAS, the City of Arcadia, Iowa (the “City”) has established the Arcadia Urban Renewal Area (the “Urban Renewal Area”), pursuant to Chapter 403 of the Code of Iowa; and
WHEREAS, the City has collected incremental property tax revenues from the Urban Renewal Area for the past nine years in order to finance the construction of certain public improvements; and
WHEREAS, the City has determined that it will be necessary to continue to collect future incremental property tax revenues from the Urban Renewal Area in order to pay the cost of additional public improvements; and
WHEREAS, Section 403.22 of the Code of Iowa authorizes cities to commit future incremental property taxes for this type of project for up to fifteen fiscal years, only with the approval of the affected county, school district and area college; and
WHEREAS, the City Council of the City has requested that the Board of Supervisors of Carroll County approve this resolution in order to allow the City to use incremental property tax revenues for up to fifteen fiscal years;
NOW, THEREFORE, it is resolved by the Board of Supervisors of Carroll County, Iowa, as follows:
Section 1. Pursuant to Section 403.22 of the Code of Iowa, this Board hereby approves the use by the City of Arcadia of future incremental property tax revenues produced within the Urban Renewal Area, for a total period of up to fifteen fiscal years.
Section 2. The County Auditor is hereby directed to forward an executed copy of this Resolution to the City Council of the City of Arcadia.
Passed and approved the 20th day of June, 2011.
Motion by Bock, second by Beardmore to approve a fireworks display permit for Courtney Malloy. On roll call, all voted aye.
Motion by Nieland, second by Meiners to approve the Statement of Substantial Completion for the Maple River Wastewater Collection and Treatment System. On roll call, all voted aye.
Motion by Bock, second by Nieland to approve a utility permit for Raccoon Valley Electric Cooperative for work in Roselle Township. On roll call, all voted aye.
Motion by Meiners, second by Bock to accept with regrets the resignation of Allen Soyer, which is effective July 31, 2011. On roll call, all voted aye. Alan Brincks will assume Soyer’s position as road foreman.
Engineer reported gravel from the Sparks Pit has been reduced in price from $4.10/ton to $3.75/ton due to the quality. The county has purchased 35,000 tons and Paulson is interested in purchasing another 40,000 tons. If a contract for trucking can be arranged, Paulson would have ten to twelve loads delivered to the southern tier of the county. Motion by Bock, second by Nieland to adjust the price to $3.75/ton on the county’s previous purchase of 35,000 tons of gravel from the Sparks Pit and to purchase approximately an additional 40,000 tons, subject to the Engineer’s approval of gravel quality, also at $3.75/ton. On roll call, all voted aye.
Engineer reviewed a September 2010 agreement with Arcadia Limestone Co. to move 10,000 tons of gravel from the Luckow pit to the Knueven site at $5.86 per ton. Arcadia Limestone Co. hauled some gravel directly to roads, but did not get any gravel delivered to the Knueven Stockpile. Engineer reported Arcadia Limestone Co. will continue to haul to the roads and also intends to deliver 10,000 tons of gravel to the Knueven site.
Engineer reviewed truck quotes from O’Halloran International and Housby Mack, and statistics from the existing Secondary Roads truck fleet. Following discussion, the board asked Paulson to make an offer of $210,000 for two trucks, before trade, to Housby Mack and report back next week.
Motion by Bock, second by Meiners to approve plats of survey for Lot 12 of SW1/4 NW1/4, Section 15-83-35, and for Lot 1 of SE1/4, Section 2-84-35.On roll call, all voted aye.
Auditor reviewed GASB 54, which is a new standard for governmental fund balance reporting and governmental fund type definitions. Motion by Meiners, second by Beardmore to approve Resolution No. 2011-013. On a roll call vote, Danzer, aye; Meiners, aye; Nieland, aye; Beardmore, aye; Bock, aye; Motion carried unanimously.
RESOLUTION NO. 2011-013
|Joan Schettler||Co. Auditor & Election Comm.||$57,341.00|
|Joann Martin||Deputy Auditor||$39,956.00|
|Kourtney Irlbeck||Elections & Finance||$28,068.00|
|Paula Schon||Real Estate||$18,569.00|
|Peggy Weitl||County Treasurer||$54,292.00|
|Mary Lou Nichols||Admin. Assist.||$46,000.00|
|Barbara Schultes||Auto Deputy||$41,110.00|
|Lisa Wagner||Tax Deputy||$36,668.00|
|Jean Seidl||MV Spec I||$31,502.00|
|Jessica Haubrich||MV Spec II||$28,309.00|
|Emily Loew||MV Clerk||$26,587.00|
|John Werden||County Attorney||$60,319.00|
|James R. Van Dyke||Assist. Co. Atty.||$51,271.00|
|Yvonne Presley||Victim-Witness-Comm. Clerk||$42,025.00|
|Colleen McClue||Secy. Co. Atty.||$28,279.00|
|Susan Van Dyke||$5,616.00|
|Ken Pingrey||Chief Deputy||$58,252.00|
|Ken Myers||Deputy Sheriff||$47,676.00|
|Tom Fransen||Deputy Sheriff||$47,780.00|
|William Croghan||Deputy Sheriff||$47,780.00|
|Sam Hansen||Deputy Sheriff||$47,676.00|
|Jon Cretsinger||Deputy Sheriff||$47,572.00|
|Mary Weitl||Parttime office help||$11.94 per hour|
|Certified Jail Help||$13.11 per hour|
|Non Certified Jail Help||$11.76 per hour|
|Marilyn Dopheide||County Recorder||$51,530.00|
|Patricia L. Simons||Deputy Recorder||$41,808.00|
|Kathy Swanson"||$11.25 per hour|
|Mark River||Conservation Director||$49,943.00|
|Jason Christensen||Park Ranger||$36,429.00|
|John Danner||Park Ranger||$36,429.00|
|Bill Van Zuiden||Park Ranger||$36,970.00|
|Denny Lawler||Operations Superintendent||$45,220.00|
|Marjorie Testroet||Office Manager||$33,342.40|
|Bill Fish||Ambulance Director||$56,992.00|
|Rae Ann Meyer||Ambl-Paramedic||$41,297.00|
|Clerk||$14.00 per hour|
|Carey Kersey||Environmental Health Director||$43,380.00|
|Shell Irlbeck||Environmental Health Officer||$35,947.50|
|Sherry Storjohann||Office Manager/Health Officer||$31,466.00|
|Glenn Kerkhoff||Maint. Eng/Safety Director||$42,916.00|
|Dawn Mentzer||CPC Administrator||$32,291.00|
|Tami Mills-Thomas||Case Mgmnt.||$18,787.00|
|Nancy Ethington||Case Mgmnt.||$41,825.00|
|Rosie Stotts||Case Mgmnt/Gen.Assist.||$35,285.00|
|Angela Chandler||Case Mgmnt., Supervisor||$34,461.00|
|Jessica Badding||Case Mgmnt.||$32,300.00|
|Justin Schieffer||Case Mgmnt.||$32,311.00|
|Dave Paulson||County Engineer||$92,279.54|
|Becky Randeris||Admin. Assist.||$37,317.00|
|Dave Williams||Shop Foreman||$47,555.82|
|Allen Soyer||Road Foreman||$50,261.92|
|Paul Heuton||Assistant Engineer||$50,341.00|
|Steve Olberding||Oper. 4||$38,271.96|
|Ryan Brockman||Operator 3||$37,668.84|
|Randy Hart||Oper. 3||$37,876.80|
|Craig Hansen||Oper. 3||$37,980.84|
|Ray Hagedorn||Oper. 3||$37,980.84|
|Don Stork||Oper. 3||$37,980.84|
|Joe Boell||Oper. 3||$37,668.84|
|Travis Tuel||Oper 4||$37,959.96|
|Rick Promes||Oper 4||$37,959.96|
|Tom Meiners||Oper 3||$37,668.84|
|Eugene Kasperbauer||Oper. 4||$38,168.04|
|John Bernholtz||Oper. 4||$38,271.96|
|Ron Berger||Oper 4||$38,271.96|
|Dan Quandt||Oper. 4||$38,271.96|
|Dick Henrich||Oper. 4||$38,542.44|
|Gary Brauckman||Oper. 4||$38,563.20|
|Alan Brincks||Sign Man||$38,771.16|
|Louie Grote||Veteran Affairs Director||$14,380.00|
|Carl Wilburn||Information Director||$54,021.00|
|Carl Wilburn||Zoning Administrator||$5,718.00|
|Sara Nielsen||Emergency Management Director||$21.73 per hour|
Glenn Kerkhoff met with the board to discuss the courthouse generator, installed in 1978, which has a leak in the radiator. Various options were discussed and Kerkhoff will investigate different possible repairs.
Meiners reported on CADC, YES Center, Sauk Trail ribbon-cutting, Access Washington trip, and Maple River meeting.
Nieland reported on M&M, RC&D meeting, and Maple River meeting.
Beardmore reported on Ambulance board meeting, Coalition of Human Services meeting, and Governor Branstad’s visit to Carroll.
Bock reported on a County Local Planning meeting, Coalition of Human Services meeting, and Governor’s visit to Carroll.
Danzer reported on Solid Waste/Landfill meeting and Region XII board meeting.
Motion by Meiners, second by Bock to adjourn at 12:07 p.m. On roll call, all voted aye.
Joan Schettler, County Auditor, Marty Danzer, Chairman
Associated File: June 20, 2011.pdf 83 KB
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