The York County Board of Commissioners met according to law on Tuesday, July 8, 2014 at 8:30 a.m. as per notice in the York News Times on July 3, 2014, with Chairman Bill Bamesberger presiding, with Jack Sikes, Tom Shellington, Kurt Bulgrin and Paul Buller.  Also present at the meeting was Melanie Wilkinson, correspondent for the York News Times and Kelly Turner, County Clerk. The agenda of the meeting was posted on the bulletin board in the County Clerk’s office and a copy of the agenda was made available to each Commissioner.

 

Bamesberger announced that the Open Meetings Act was posted outside the door along with copies in the back of the Board Room.  Proof of publication was also available.

 

Moved by Shellington , seconded by Sikes, to approve the minutes of the June 24, 2014, Board of Commissioners meeting; roll call:  yeas, Shellington, Sikes, Buller, Bulgrin and Bamesberger; nays none, motion carried

 

Moved by Bulgrin, seconded by Shellington to adopt the agenda for Tuesday, July 8, 2014 with the striking from the agenda Discuss and Act on Authorizing the Chairman to Sign the Interlocal Cooperation Agreement for Diversion/Truancy Services for Butler/Seward County; roll call: yeas, Bulgrin, Shellington, Buller, Sikes and Bamesberger; nays, none; motion carried.

 

Jan Stuhr and Dale Radcliff to discuss the communication equipment is outdated and will not be serviced anymore. They will likely do a study with 14 other counties.  The study is based on how many wireless calls that the sheriff department receives.  Can use 911 monies to pay for the study.  Also the drug money that is recovered has to have an audit and it needed to be signed by the Board. Dale also discussed that the video cameras are not working and to purchase new ones will cost an estimated $1,089.00, which will be discussed at the next Board meeting held on July 22, 2014.

 

Harvey Keim and Tom Mommens met with the Board; there are no more claims for the Highway Bond.  The money that is left in the Highway Bond should be transferred back into the Highway and Bridge Buy Back Fund, which will be discussed at the next Board meeting, held on July 22, 2014.

 

Moved by Bulgrin, seconded by Sikes to adopt Resolution #14-58 in authorizing the Chairman to sign the Inter-local Cooperation Agreement with Southeast Region 911 Emergency Communications Study Agreement, roll call: yeas, Bulgrin, Sikes, Buller, Shellington and Bamesberger; nays none, motion carried.

 

RESOLUTION #14-58

 

INTER-LOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT

SOUTHEAST REGION

911 EMERGENCY COMMUNICAITONS STUDY AGREEMENT

 

This Inter-local Cooperation Agreement hereinafter referred to as the “Agreement”’ is made pursuant to Neb. Rev. Stat. sections 13-801 through 13-827 (and any subsequent amendments thereto), and is entered into by, between and among the governing boards of Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) located within the counties of Cass, Fillmore, Gage, Jefferson, Johnson, Lancaster, Nemaha, Otoe, Pawnee, Richardson, Saline, Seward, Thayer and York, hereafter collectively referred to as the “Southeast 911 (SE-911)”, and shall become effect upon the day the latest signature is dated.

 

WHEREAS, the Southeast 911 recognize the need for coordinated regional 911 communications capabilities;

 

WHEREAS, the Southeast 911 has recognized a method to share equipment through the creation of an Southeast 911 equipment sharing governance board to monitor and maintain 911 emergency communications equipment in the region;

 

WHEREAS, additional funding may become available through grants and subsidies to the system,

 

WHEREAS, a system to handle funds shall be created through the County of Nemaha as the Southeast 911 fiscal agent, creating a separate account allowing for carryover of funds and a flexible budgeting system; and

 

WHEREAS, the governing bodies of the counties and municipalities signed below to enter into an agreement to provide for their respective responsibilities for the payment of fees and costs associated with hiring a consultant and for the study of creating a regional Southeast Nebraska 911 system.

 

NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the foregoing recitals, the governing bodies of the Southeast 911 PSAPs, by and through their governing boards, agree as follows

 

1.      DURATION: This Agreement shall continue for the duration of 2 years. Because of the nature of emergency 911 communications all Southeast 911 Region member counties understand there is no opt out and no buyout to this agreement.

2.      SEPARATE LEGAL OR ADMINISTRATIVE ENTITY: DELEGATION: This Agreement will establish a Southeast 911 governing committee (hereinafter referred to as the “Regional governing Committee”).  The Regional Governing Committee will be comprised of one representative from each of the fourteen (14) PSAP’s making up the Southeast 911 Region.  Each PSAP’s respective representative will be appointed by the Governing Board of the Political Subdivision having fiscal responsibility and oversight for that PSAP.  The Clerk of each Governing Board of the political Subdivision will maintain a letter of appointment designating that PSAP’s representative.  The County of Nemaha, as fiscal agent, will maintain a copy of each letter appointment for each representative appointed to serve on the regional governing Committee. The Regional governing Committee shall administer this Agreement.

3.      POLICY: It shall be the policy of the Regional Governing Committee for the Southeast 911 PSAP’s established by this Agreement to align with the rules and regulations of the Nebraska public Service Commission as it pertains to the operation of Emergency 911 Communications systems.

4.      OVERSIGHT: Each Southeast 911 PSAP participating in the use of the process is required to provide a representative to the Regional Governing Committee created by this Agreement after entering into this Agreement. The Regional Governing Committee shall oversee and administer the hiring of a consultant. The Regional Governing Committee will be chaired by a committee representative elected by the Regional Governing Committee at its first meeting by a simple majority vote. Any decisions affecting policy, recommendation, and/or subsequent change that alter the purpose of the Agreement will be implemented only after the Regional Governing Committee reaches a majority respectively. Other PSAP participants can request to become party to this interlocal agreement and such costs and requirements will be determined at the time of the request. The Regional Governing Committee shall prepare and adhere to bylaws governing the procedures which shall be used in making determinations and conducting its affairs

5.      COST:  Each member PSAP shall agree to share the costs to study and propose a regional emergency communications system including consultant costs and other related costs. Such total costs shall not exceed FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS ($50,000.OO).

Such total costs shall be divided pursuant to the population totals for each PSAP’s representative county based upon the 2010 United States Census as recorded on the following table:

 

PSAP COUNTY                    PSAP GOVERNING AUTHORITY                     2010 POPULATION                              % COSTS

               Cass                                     Cass County                                                      25,241                                                5%

               Crete*                                  Crete                                                                  6,960                                                  2%

        Fillmore                                             Fillmore County                                              5,890                                                     1%

        Gage                                    City of Beatrice                                               22,311                                         5%

        Jefferson                             Jefferson County                                                            7,547                                                     2%

        Johnson                              Johnson County                                              5,217                                           1%

        Lancaster                            City of Lincoln                                                285,407                                       65%

        Nemaha                               Nemaha County                                               7,248                                           2%

        Otoe                                     Otoe County                                                     15,740                                         4%

        Pawnee                                Pawnee County                                                2,773                                           1%

        Richardson                         City of Falls City                                                            8,363                                                     2%

        Saline                                  Saline County                                                  7,240**                                       2%

        Seward                                City of Seward                                                 16,750                                         4%

        Thayer                                 Thayer County                                                 5,228                                           1%

        York                                    York County                                                    13,665                                         3%

 

        Total                                                                                                               435,580                                       100%

*The City of Crete provides its own PSAP independent of Saline County

** Saline County population total minus the City of Crete

 

        When serving on the Regional Governing Committee expenses incurred by a jurisdiction are the sole responsibility of                          the jurisdiction.

 

6.      The parties agree that this Agreement may be executed in any number of counterparts and by different parties in        separate counterparts. Each counterpart when so executed shall be deemed to be an original and all of which together   shall constitute one and the same agreement.

 

The parties hereto agree to adopt this Agreement by resolution and shall file the same with respective County or City           Clerks.

 

               Dated this 8th day of July, 2014

 

Moved by Bulgrin, seconded by Sikes to go into executive session at 8:53 a.m.; roll call: yeas; Bulgrin, Sikes, Shellington, Buller and Bamesberger, nays none, motion carried.

 

Moved by Bulgrin, seconded by Sikes, to come out of executive session at 8:57 a.m., which no action was taken; roll call: yeas; Bulgrin, Sikes, Buller, Shellington and Bamesberger, nays none, motion carried.

 

GENERAL ASSISTANCE:

Moved by Bulgrin, seconded by Sikes, to approve General Assistance Claim #14-4 to Charlies U-Save Pharmacy for $22.68, roll call; yeas, Bulgrin, Sikes, Shellington, Buller, Bulgrin and Bamesberger, nays none, motion carried.

 

PAYROLL AND VENDOR CLAIMS:

Moved by Buller, seconded by Sikes, to approve the payroll in the amount of $145,310.89 and vendor claims, roll call: yeas, Buller, Sikes, Shellington, Bulgrin and Bamesberger; nays, none; motion carried.

 

 

Fund                  Name                                                           Description                              Total      

 

Rd                      Ace Irrigation and Mfg                                       Culverts/bridge                                            1845.25

Vis Pro               Arbor Drive Comm. Church Youth Group  Grants                            1000.00

Vis Pro               Avery Outdoor                                             Advertising                    250.00

Aging                 Bag N Save                                                  Health Promotion                      1572.58

Rd, Gen              Black Hills Energy                                      Heating Fuels                              114.69

Gen                    Blue Knight Security                                   Security Contract                         642.00

JuvD                   Business Brokers Corporation                                       Building/Utilities                                        2751.99

Gen                    Business Telecommunication Systems      Witness Fees                                       423.00

Gen, Aging        Lori Byers                                       Supplies/Programs                                      423.85

CRelief              Charlie’s U Save Pharmacy                       Medical                                                        22.68

Gen                    Claritus                                                        Postage Supplies                         193.24

                        Gen                    CWC of York, Inc                                              Supplies                                                       490.25

                        Gen                    Gregory Damman                                        Mental Health Board                             75.00

Gen, CRelief      Eakes Office Plus                                Supplies                                                       2535.65

Aging                 Linda Eckard                            Mileage                                                        224.64

Gen                    Fillman Law Offices                                   Attorney Fees                                322.50

Rd                      Filter Care                               Equipment                                                   60.40

Rd                      Gale’s Welding                         Equipment                                                   37.10

Gen                    Scott Grafton                                               Legal Fees                                225.00

Gen                    Nancy Hoblyn                                              Mental Health Board                 75.00

Aging                 Janet Hines                              Program                                                       49.98

Gen                    Indoff Incorporated                                     Child Support                          2199.98

Gen                    Jackson Services                         Maintenance                                                40.75

Rd                      Johnson Sand & Gravel Co                                       Gravel/Royalty                                            5586.70

Rd                      Franklin Keim                                             Safety Equipment                     3.00

Gen                    Kopchos Sanitation                      Garbage                                                       183.00

Gen                    Eileen Krumbach                      Mileage                                                        72.80

Vis Pro               The Lamar Companies                     Advertising                                                  490.00

Gen                    Jamie Martelle                         Mileage                                                        49.92

Gen                    Mead Lumber & Rental-York                     Repair    9.99

Gen                    Mid-American Research Chemical            Janitorial Supplies                         472.50

Gen                    MIPS Inc.                                                     Data Processing                     927.65

Gen                    Nebraska Assoc. of County Officials                                       Printing/Publication                                    34.00

Vis Pro               Nebraska Life                                       Printing/Publication                                    300.00

Rd, Gen              Nebraska Public Power District                           Electricity                                                    3523.32                                                            

Gen                    North Office Supplies                                       Equipment/Supplies                                    293.19

Gen                    O’Keefe Elevator Company                       Maintenance                                                385.47

Gen                    Central NE Inc.                                            Building & Grounds                         421.94

Gen                    Paper Tiger Shredding                                Misc    35.00

Vis Pro               Perennial Public Power District                           Advertising                                                  127.98

Gen                    Gerald Peterson                         Mileage                                                        63.28

Rd                      TA Operating LLC                                Equipment                                                   1012.74

Rd                      Plains Equipment Group                             Shop Tools                              518.46

Rd                      Power Service Inc                                        Equip Repair                            214.40

Rd                      Pruitt Out Door Power, Inc                                  Equipment                                                   133.88

Gen                    Donald Sandman                                       Mileage/Phone Service                               60.80

Vis Pro               Robert Sautter                           Mileage                                                        142.09

Gen                    Brenda Scavo                             Mileage                                                        64.40

Gen                    Secretary of State-Election Div                  Voting Supplies                         5.00

Rd                      Sellers Equipment                                       Road Equipment                     114.61

Gen                    James Stecker                                              District Judge                              364.35

Gen                    Stephens Law Offices                                 Legal Fees                                450.00

Gen                    Sharilyn Steube                                       Mileage/Meals                                            71.46

Gen                    Tammy Stuhr                              Mileage                                                        51.52

Rd                      Titan Machinery                                          Road Equipment                     117.61

Vis Pro               USA Outdoor II                                     Advertising                                                  390.00

Gen, Rd              Verizon Wireless Services                          Telephone Service                           346.43

Gen                    Wagner Decorating                                     Misc  108.00

Gen                    Nancy Waldron                         Furniture                                                      1.37

Vis Imp              Wessels Living History Farm                     Capital Construction                  49998.87

Rd, Gen, CReli  Windstream Communications                    Telephone Service                           2030.89

Gen                    Burst LLC                                                    Grounds Repair                            103.89

                        Vis Pro               York Area Chamber of Commerce             Special Project                                       913.50                                                                               

Gen                    York County Court                                      Court Costs                              923.50

Vis Pro               York County Development Corp                               Promo                                                          1103.21

Gen                    York County District Court                        County Court Cost                     1804.00

Gen                    York County Highway Dept                        Fuel   565.10

Gen                    York Equipment Inc                                    Grader Blades                            308.90

Weed                  York Farm Supply LLC                                Machinery                                                   142.50                                               

Gen                    York Printing Company                       Supplies                                                       289.71

 

 

INTERFUND TRANSFERS:

Moved by Shellington, seconded by Bulgrin, to adopt Resolution #14-59 to transfer monies from General Fund to the Noxious Weed Fund for $10,000.00, roll call; yeas, Shellington, Bulgrin, Buller, Sikes and Bamesberger, nays none, motion carried.

RESOLUTION #14-59

 

WHEREAS, the York County Board of Commissioners met at their regular meeting on the 8th day of July 2014, and discussed the fact that in the proposed budget for 2014-2015, the Noxious Weed Fund would be partially funded by way of interfund transfers from the General Fund; and

 

WHEREAS, at this time it is necessary to transfer proposed budgeted funds in order to meet obligations in the amount of $10,000.00  

 

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the York County Treasurer shall transfer the sum of $10,000.00 budgeted dollars from the General Fund to the Noxious Weed Fund for the budget year of 2014-2015.

 

Dated this 8th day of July 2014.

 

Met with Candace Dick to discuss budget request for the Child Advocacy Center.  The amount is $4,400.00 which is shared with the City of York.  Which the County will pay 50% and the City of York will pay 50%.  The budget request is $2,200.00. The Board will take the request into consideration when drafting the budget.

 

Moved by Bulgrin, seconded by Sikes, to approve that they support that the County Attorney, Sheriff and City Police to sign the Child Advocacy Center Satellite Letter of Agreement, roll call: yeas, Bulgrin, Sikes, Buller, Shellington and Bamesberger; nays none, motion carried.

 

Moved by Sikes, seconded by Bulgrin, to approve the authorizing of the Chairman to sign the Sub-Grant between The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services Division of Children and Family Services Child Support Enforcement, roll call: yeas, Sikes, Bulgrin, Buller, Shellington and Bamesberger, nays none, motion carried.

 

Moved by Bulgrin, seconded by Buller, to approve the authorizing of the Chairman to sign the Sub-Grant for Juvenile Comprehensive services, roll call: yeas, Bulgrin, Buller, Shellington, Sikes and Bamesberger, nays none, motion carried.

 

Met with Jerry Waggoner from Adopt a Pet with Budget request of $4,000.00.  The Board will take the request into consideration when drafting the budget.

 

Met with Ryan Potts to discuss the different types of Insurances that Liberty Nation has to offers the County.

 

Met with Shane Stutzman and Jannelle Seim with State of Nebraska District #5 Probation.  The Board asked Shane to explain how the grant money is being used.  Shane replied the grant money is used for rent and utilities and when the grant money is gone then the County will have to budget for it.  There is an operation fee that the County pays to Platte County which is separate form the grant money.  The budget request is for $18,470.20 Shane will have an exact number in a couple weeks. The Board will take the request into consideration when drafting the budget.

 

Gary Peterson met with the board for Emergency Management update.   Been working on Microwave communications, A Nebraska Regional Network, connecting all the communication centers so if one goes down the other site will make it operational.  Performance Grant, were local Emergency Management get reimbursement for expensive. State audit twice a year everything turned out okay.  Disaster declaration received is going to effect power companies and road department. 

 

Moved by Bulgrin, seconded by Buller, to adopt Resolution #14-60 for Local Emergency Operation Plan Revision, roll call: yeas, Bulgrin, Buller, Shellington, Sikes and Bamesberger, nays none, motion carried.

 

 

 

RESOLUTION #14-60

 

WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioner of York County, Nebraska, pursuant to Nebraska Statute, is vested         with the authority of administering the affairs of York County, Nebraska; and

 

WHEREAS, it has been determined that a York County Local emergency Operation Plan has been developed in order to provide for a coordinated response to a disaster or emergency in York County, the City of York and other cities and villages in York County; and

 

WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners of York County, deems it advisable and in the best interest of York County to approve said Local Emergency Operations Plan;

 

WHERAS, the acceptance of this 2014 Local emergency Operations Plan supersedes all previous approved York County Local emergency Operations Plans;

 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Commissioners of York County, Nebraska, that the York County Local Emergency operations Plan be, and hereby is, approved.

 

            PASSED AND APPROVED THIS 8th DAY OF July 2014.

 

Moved by Bulgrin seconded by Sikes to adopt Resolution #14-61 to AMEND Resolution #14-41 to set the salary date for the first pay period in October and to be paid back to the first pay period in July, roll call: yeas, Bulgrin, Sikes, Buller and Bamesberger, nays Shellington, motion carried.

 

RESOLUTION #14-61

 

WHEREAS, the York County Board of Commissioners met at their regular meeting on July 8, 2014 to discuss the salary  for the Deputy Clerk, Deputy Assessor, Deputy Treasurer, Deputy County Attorney and Deputy Clerk of the District Court.

 

WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners is AMENDING Resolution #14-40 to have the wages that have been set for the Deputy County Clerk, Deputy County Assessor, Deputy County Treasurer, Deputy County Attorney and Deputy Clerk of the District Court to start the First Pay-Period after the Budget is final.

 

WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners is AMENDING Resolution #14-41 to have the wages that have been set for the Deputy County Clerk, Deputy County Assessor, Deputy County Treasurer, Deputy County Attorney and Deputy Clerk of the District Court to start the First Pay-Period in October and be paid back to the first pay period in July.

 

 BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board has set the wage for the Deputy Clerk, Deputy Assessor, Deputy Treasurer, Deputy County Attorney and Deputy Clerk of the District Court to be set as follows.

 

Deputy County Clerk, Amanda Ring                                                                                                                         $20.97 per hour

Deputy County Assessor, Janet Veleba                                                                                                                     $20.51 per hour

Deputy County Treasurer, Gayla Knight                                                                                                                   $20.72 per hour

Deputy County District Court, Mary Johnson                                                                                                           $20.27 per hour

Deputy County Attorney, Benjamin Dennis                                                                                                              $57,000.00 a year

 

BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED that from the First Pay-Period in October and be back paid to the first pay period in July the above wages are hereby adopted for the above Deputy Officials in the above offices.                      

Dated this 8th day of July, 2014.

 

Moved by Bulgrin seconded by Sikes to adopt Resolution #14-62 to AMEND Resolution #14-42 to set the salary date for the first pay period in October and to be paid back to the first pay period in July, roll call: yeas, Bulgrin, Sikes, Buller and Bamesberger, nays Shellington, motion carried.

 

RESOLUTION #14-62

 

WHEREAS, the York County Board of Commissioners met at their regular meeting on July 8, 2014 to discuss the salary which the Board set for the County Employees which are not under the supervision of Elected Officials.

 

WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners are AMENDING Resolution #14-39 to have the wages that have been set for the County Employees to start the first pay-period after the Budget is final.

 

WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners are AMENDING Resolution #14-42 to have the wages that have been set for the County Employees to start the first pay-period in October and be pay back to the first pay period in July.

 

 BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board has set the wage for the County Employees to be set as follows.

 

Beverly Nelson           $16.41 per hour

Susan Stahr                 $12.50 per hour

Stephanie Stanley       $12.50 per hour

Jerri Merklinger         $15.86 per hour

Carla Green                $12.30 per hour

Paula Rollins              $10.85 per hour

Janet Hines                 $11.20 per hour

Shirley McCall           $10.14 per hour

Dora Smith                 $10.10 per hour

Verla Krula                 $10.00 per hour

Don Sandman             $18.61 per hour

Angie Hansen             $13.24 per hour

Dennis Crowell           $17.01 per hour

Penny Hulse                $11.72 per hour

JoAnn Stahr                $127.99 per pay period

Cliff Powers               $68.14/$68.14 per pay period

Ila Chapman               $16.58 per hour

Shawn Hobbs              $12.21 per hour

Doug Deprez               $18.99 per hour

Julie Johnson              $12.52 per hour

Gerald Hinrichs          $10.80 per hour

Bob Sautter                 $39,920.00 salary

Gerald Peterson          $52,458.64 salary

Lori Byers                   $36,708.70 salary

 

BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED that from the first pay-period in October and to be paid back to the first pay period in July the above wages are hereby adopted for the above County Employees.

                       

Dated this 8th day of July, 2014.

 

Moved by Buller, seconded by Shellington, to approve that Contryman Associates to conduct the County audit for the next 3 years, 2014, 2015 and 2016.  Contryman will honor the same fee as the last 3 year contract at $15,000 for each year, roll call: yeas, Buller, Shellington, Sikes and Bamesberger, nays Bulgrin, motion carried.

 

Moved by Sikes, seconded by Buller to approve the run out option of three (3) months for the buy down with First Concord, roll call: yeas, Sikes, Buller, Bulgrin, Shellington and Bamesberger, nays none, motion carried.

 

Moved by Bulgrin, seconded by Sikes, to adopt Resolution #14-63 to transfer $5,000.00 from Area on Aging to Inheritance Tax Fund, roll call: yeas Bulgrin, Sikes, Shellington, Buller and Bamesberger, nays none, motion carried.

 

RESOLUTION #14-63

 

 

            WHEREAS, the York County Board of Commissioners met at their regular meeting on the 8th day of July 2014, were to be transferred from the Inheritance Tax Fund to the Area on Aging Fund and that such funds were to be reimbursed when monies became available,

 

            WHEREAS, at this time there are funds available to repay $5,000.00 from the Area on Aging Fund to the Inheritance Fund.

 

            NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the York County Treasurer shall transfer the sum of $5,000.00 from the Area on Aging Fund to the Inheritance Tax Fund.

 

            Dated this 8th day of July, 2014.

 

Moved by Bulgrin, seconded by Shellington, to adopt Resolution #14-64 to set the salary/wages for the Road Department, roll call: yeas, Bulgrin, Shellington, Sikes, Buller and Bamesberger, nays none, motion carried.

 

RESOLUTION #14-64

 

WHEREAS, the York County Board of Commissioners met at their regular meeting on July 8, 2014 to discuss the salary which the Board set for the County Road Employees which are not under the supervision of Elected Officials.

 

 BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board has set the wage for the County Road Employees to be set as follows.

 

            Tom Mommens                                  $53,215.00 salary

            George Wochner                                $16.64 hour

            Rick Doremus                                     $17.43 hour

            Mark Fagan                                        $17.11 hour

            Justin Jacobsen                                   $16.71 hour

            Randy Doremus                                  $23.12 hour

            Max Rea                                             $16.73 hour

            Dillon Nielsen                                    $16.77 hour

            Pat O’Brien                                         $20.92 hour

            Kermith Friesen                                 $17.26 hour

            William Heine                                                $16.61 hour

            Larry Johnson                                     $16.71 hour

            Ryan Stastny                                       $20.97 hour

            Bill Payne                                           $18.33 hour

            Charles Starbuck                                $20.34 hour

            Ryan Minary                                       $15.99 hour

            Brad Friedli                                        $17.24 hour

            Kyle Hein                                           $15.00 hour

            Auddie Mills                                      $16.27 hour

            Edward Tritt                                       $15.52 hour

            Cian Finnegan                                    $15.12 hour

            Terry Paulsen                                     $20.40 hour

            David Whiles                                      $16.28 hour

            Steven Bliss                                        $15.12 hour

            Steve Brackhan                                   $16.76 hour

            Lawrence Waiss                                 $17.39 hour

            Kevin Butzke                                      $14.77 hour    

            Matt Kline                                          $14.22 hour

 

BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED, that from the first pay-period in October and to be back paid to the first pay period in July, the above wages are hereby adopted for the above County Road Employees.

                       

Dated this 8th day of July, 2014.

 

Moved by Shellington, seconded by Sikes, to approve to add a claim to Business Broker for the amount of $2,751.99, roll call: yeas, Shellington, Sikes, Buller, Bulgrin and Bamesberger; nays, none; motion carried.

 

FEE REPORTS (reports were reviewed and placed on file)

County Clerk, June 2014                                                       $22,937.19

Clerk of the District Court, June 2014                                    $2,056.01

Sheriff, April 2014                                                                  $5,688.86      

 

County Treasurer – Fund Balances as of June 30, 2014

General                                                                             $2,139,857.29

Roads                                                                                   $841,479.84

Highway Bridge Buy Back Prog                                         $155,342.37

Adult Diversion                                                                       $4,974.12

Juvenile Diversion                                                                  $4,104.97

Child Support Enforcement Cty Atty                                   $24,695.63

Reappraisal                                                                          $156,553.50

ROD Preservation Fund                                                          $1,462.48

Employment Security                                                           $19,893.63

Area on Aging                                                                       $19,838.50

Relief & Medical                                                                  $10,896.56

State Institutions                                                                     $8,448.78

Veterans Aid Fund                                                                $27,589.14

Busy Wheels                                                                            $2,438.99

STOP                                                                                       $3,297.75

York Co Drug Fund                                                                    $475.00

Federal Drug Law Enf                                                             $3,230.77

Debt Service                                                                            $7,274.57

Inheritance Tax                                                                 $2,049,484.11

911 Wireless Serv                                                                 $13,794.86

911 Wireless Serv Holding                                                 $138,826.12

Emergency Mgmt                                                                  $41,108.10

Law Enforcement Sheriff                                                                 $.00

Noxious Weed Dist                                                                    $760.88

2012 Hwy Allocation Project                                              $130,599.80

Ambulance                                                                            $30,589.77

911 Emergency                                                                    $105,774.43

CDBG                                                                                           $10.01

Co Visitors Impr Fund                                                        $193,146.66

Visitors Promotion                                                                $70,332.01

 

Committee reports were given.

 

The Chairman declared the meeting adjourned at 11:03 a.m.  The next meeting will be held July 22, 2014 at 8:30 a.m. in the County Commissioners Room, lower level of the Courthouse for the regular meeting.

 

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William H Bamesberger, Chairman                                      Kelly Turner, County Clerk 

York County Board of Commissioners                                 York, Nebraska