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Thursday, February 12, 2015 N/Warren Town and County News Page Eleven OFFICIAL PUBLICATION MINUTESTO BE APPROVED ATTHE FEBRUARY 17th, 2015 MEETING February 3, 2015 The Warren County Board of Supervisors met Tuesday, February 3, 2015, at 9:30 a.m. with Supervisors' Doug Shull, Dean Yordi and Crystal Mclntyre present. County Auditor, Traci VanderLinden and County Administrator Jean Furler were also present. The following business was had to-wit: PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE CORRECTIONS/ADDITIONS/DELETIONS: Addition- 5-A) SEW Schools Grant CIRTPA SIMPLE MOTION by Dean Yordi, second by Crystal Mclntyre to approve the consent agenda, 1/20/2015 Regular Session Minutes and claims. 21ST CENTURY MO SRVCS ACCESS SYSTEMS MTHLY PRINTER ADAMS, MADELINE MLG RMBRSMNT AERORIDGE LC FEB 2015 SRVCS ALLIANT ENERGY LACONA SHOP AE DAIRY iNMATE SPPLS ARONOW, C MLG REIMB -AUTOMATIC DOOR REPAIRS B & F FASTENER BITS/SIGN MTRLS BASS, TROY W SAFETY EQPMNT BATES, CHERYL MLG REIMB BOB BARKER CO JAIL SPPLS BOGGS, GARY FEB CLNT RNT ASST BOWLSBY LAWSON NOV 2014 EXP BURGE, WARREN FEB CLNT RNT ASST BURKE, JOSEPH P. MLG/PHN STPND BUSSANMASTWNG TOWING SERVICES CASCADE CO SHRFF FEES CNTRAL IA RECVRY DEC 2014 SERVICES CENTURYLINK MO SRVC CHRSTN OPPRTNTY DEC 14 CLNT CHGS CHUMBLEY'S AUTO CLNT ASST COFFMAN GLASS LABOR CR SERVICES CLEANER CRAIGS AUTO LABOR CURTIS, BETTY FEB 15 CLNT RNT DAILY, BRENDA MLG REIMB DIAMOND OIL CO GENERATOR FUEL DONALDSON, B MLG RMBRSMNT DOWNEY TIRE PROS VHCL MNTNC DULANEY, DINA CRT RPRTNG ELECTRICAL ENGIN GENERATOR SRVC ELECTRONIC ENGIN SRVC ELLIS LAW OFFICES CLIENTS CHARGES ENGELBART, R MLG REIMB EXCEL MECH SRVC RPRS FOXWOOD APTS FEB CLNT RNT ASST FRASERTRNSPRTN TRNSPRTTN FEES FURLER, JEAN DEC/JAN PHN GLASCOCK, POLLY SPPLS GRATIAS INVEST PRCSS SRVC G RAYBAR CMMNCTN FEES GRX HOLDINGS LLC CLIENT RX'S HARGIN, CHAD 3 MO PHNE STIPEND HARMONY HOUSE SERVICES HEALTHY CONN HBLTATION SVCS HELDENBRAND, C MLG RMBRSMNT , Ht,GH. POINE-,AIT6 :   :.. : i, A/ET RNF. ASST  . HIRTA DEC 2014 SERVICES HOLLOWAY, JERRY MILEAGE REIMB HONEYWELL COMM FEES HOPKINSiHUEBNER PROF SVCS HUNDERTMARK, J CELL PHN STPND %Y-VEE CLIENTS RX'S/SPPLS 1--IYDRAQUIP PARTS INDEPENDENT SALT SALT INDIANOLA MNCPL ANNL FIRE PRTCTN INDIANOLA, CITY CLIENT UTILITIES |NDOFF INC. OFFICE SPPLS INFOMAX MTHLY CNTRCT INLAND TRUCK PARTS iNTERSTATE BATTERIES APCO SPRNG CNFRNC IA DEPT TRANSP REGISTRATIONS IA DPT PBLIC HLTH OFFICE SPPLS IA DPT PBLC SFTY OCT 14-MRCH 2015 IA EMRGNCY # ASSC CNFRNC FEE IA EMPLYMNT CONF TRNING RGSTRTN IA IMMUNIZATION MMBRSHP RNWL STATE MED EXAMNR MED EXM FEES IA PRISON INDUST STREET SIGNS IOWA WEED COMM REGISTRATION IA WRKFRC DEVEL UNMPLYMNT COMP JAKES LAWN CNTRCT RATE r'JESS' LOCK & KEY LOCKS/LABOR JOHN DEERE FNNCL PARTS/TOOLS JOHNSON, ASHLEY CRT RPRTNG SRVCS K SELGRADE PROP FEB CLNT RNT KABEL BUSINESS PAYROLL EXP KADING PROP CLNT PRTL RENT KIMBALL MIDWEST MAINT/SHOP SPPLS KONE INC. MO MNTNC FEE KOSMAN CLEANING 2 WKS CLNNG SRVC KRISS PREMIUM MO CNTRCT LACONA, CITY OF CLIENT UTILITIES LOPEZ, JOHN VET UTLTY ASST M & M SALES CO CNTRCT BASE RATE M & M SALES CO MTHLY CONTRCT MAIL SERVICES LLC PRNTNG/PSTG MARCO INC MO CHRGS MC KINNEY, S CLNT JAN RNT ASST MIDAMERICAN MO SRVC MILLER ELECT GARAGE MNTNC N/WARREN TOWN PBLCTNS NENA CLASSES NEWVlRGINIA STRT MONEY FY15 NORTHERN LIGHTS INMATE SPPLS NORWALK FIRE EMSTRNING GRANT OFFICEMAX INC SPPLS PANAMATRANSFER FREIGHT CHARGES PARKVIEW CLNT RNT ASSIST PARTS TOWN LLC GASKET PATC SOF'DNARE PERU QUARRY INC ROCK PHILLIPS, AMANDA JAN 2015 MLG PIERCE, LARRY JAN CLNT RNT ASST PITNEY BOWES EQPMNT RNTL EXP PLUMB SUPPLY CO URINALS POLICE LEGAL ANNL SBSCRPTN POLK CO SHERIFF PRCSSNG FEES POLK CO TREAS MED EXM FEES PRAIRIEVIEW DEC CLNT SRVCS PUBLIC SAFETY MED EXMNR FEES QUALITY PLUMBING SVCS QUALITY SPR LUBE VHCL MNTNC SANOFI PASTEUR MED SPPLS SAVAGE DIRT L-MP-2014-91 (4) SECURITY EQUIP MONITOR REPLCMNT SEHNERT, TRACIE MLG & FEES REIMB $1,906.90 $419.61 $208.65 $6,577.50 $134.82 $238.04 $67.12 $107.00 $,541.85 $232.35 $289.08 $741.90 $125.00 $46.97 $550.00 $542.38 $437.50 $110.00 $769.50 $834.30 $262.23 $953.68 $542.00 $12.81 $164.95 $400.00 $158.14 $1,988.52 $187.50 $686.85 $164.45 $100.00 $200.65 $300.00 $94.5O $3,545.75 $595.00 $210.25 $90.00 $32.77 $100.00 $478.43 $1,t13.42 $45.00 $2,883.00 $186.72 $16O.0O $500.00 $441.80 $192.00 $150.00 $210.00 $45.00 $1,478.55 $95.0o $17,o63.64 $11 o.oo $476.68 ,$471.75 $439.92 $221.34 $75.60 $75.00 $400.00 $71.23 $5,988.00 $75.00 $215.00 $100.00 $2,925.70 $894.00 $120.00 $15,443.00 $2,815.00 $161.70 $2,920.76 $47.5O $500.00 $332.35 $387.50 $217.77 $22t.98 $7,000.00 $165.00 $115.39 $355.0O $191.49 $298.67 $1,384.95 $116.00 $33O.OO $8,063.35 $167.18 $391.69 $474.00 $3,197.70 $1,705.85 $725.00 $739.35 $51.20 $103.00 $89.09 $100.00 $5,678.01 $144.11 $550.00 $584.oo $1,199.36 $3,240.00 $145.3o $783.9O $2,003.13 $2OO.68 $5,600.31 $51.75 $145.75 $153,676.57 $2,780.00 $277.00 SHREDDER, THE SHRDDNG SRVCS $185.00 SOUTHTOWN VHCL MNTNC $436.47 SPENCER PROP JAN CLNT RNT ASST $494.26 STUDIO FUSCO OFFICE WRK $119.45 STURSMA, BETSY MLG REiMB $584.65 T.R.M. DISPOSAL TRASH SERVICE $89.00 THOMPSON, A MLG RMBRSMNT $17.73 THOMSON REUTERS MO PLAN CHRGS $1,083.00 TOWNSEND, J JAN MLG REIMB $100.23 TRANS IOWA LC DEC 2014 SERVICES $159.80 UNITYPO!NT DEC 2014 SRVCS . $229.64 US CELLULAR MTHLY CELL CHGS $182.93 VAN GUNDY, JIM PHN STPND $90.00 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHN CHRGS $4,058.77 VIRGINIA TOWNSHIP EMS TRNING GRANT $1,120.00 VISION PROPERTIES CLNT MTG ASST $244.00 WAHLTEK iNC LICENSES $11,270.00 WARREN CO OIL CLNT UTLTY ASST $340.00 WARREN CO TREAS DEC LD PH CHGS $309.28 WARREN CO TREAS DEC FUEL CHRGS $4,939.68 WARREN CO TREAS DEC 2014 BASIC PH $1,212.50 WlNDSTREAM JAN CHRGS $762.45 WINDSTREAM IOWA MO CHRGS $312.73 WOODS MOTEL CLIENT STAY $300.00 YORDI, DEAN C MLG RMBRSMNT $151.50 YOUTH EMRGNCY DEC SHLTR SRVC $1,446.15 ZERBEE CABINET $713.04 RESOLUTION 15-19A WAGE INCREASE TARGETED CASE MANAGER BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Warren County Board of Supervisors approve change in wages for Scott Thomas, Targeted Case Manager, effective January 28, 2015 resulting in an increase from $18.99 per hour to $19.58 per hour due to satisfactory 6 month review. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 15-19B REMOVAL FROM PAYROLL HEALTH SERVICES BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Warren County Board of Supervisors approves to remove Amber Johnson, HCA, from Health Services Payroll effective January 27, 2015 and to pay out any accrued benefit as per the employee policy. Carded unanimously RESOLUTION 15-19C WAGE INCREASE BUDGET COORDINATOR BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Warren County Board of Supervisors approves change in wages for Megan Andrew, Budget Coordinator, effective February 7, 2015 resulting in an increase from $2,192.31 bi-weekly to $2,301.92 bi-weekly due to satisfactory 6 month review. Carded unanimously RESOLUTION 15-19D NEW HIRE HEALTH SERVICES BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Warren County Board of Supervisors approves hire of Veronica McVay, 1 = 5 Coordinator in Health Services effective January 28, 2015, as a regular full-time employee at Grade 15, Step 1, at the hourly rate of $22.34 andis eligible to receive benefits. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 15-19E TAX ABATEMENT BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Warren County Board of Supervisors approve the taxes on the mobile home of Vehicle Identification Number 202875C2449, in the amount of $74.00 plus all accrued interest be abated. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 15-19F CONSIDER APPLICATIONTO USE WARREN COUNTY PROPERTY FOR BIKE DOWN TO I TOWN EVENTS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby moves to approve the request from Kevin Halterman to use the Courthouse lawn for the Bike Down To IT own event on the third Friday of each month beginning April 1T" and continuing through September 18% 2015; actual dates being April 18, May 15, June 19, July 17, August 21 and September 18, 2015, from 5:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 15-19G USE COURTHOUSE LAWN FORWARREN COUNTY HEALTH FAIR BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Warren County Board of Supervisors approve use of the Warren County Courthouse lawn for the annual Health and Safety Fair on Tuesday, June 23,2015. Carried unanimously RESOLUT!ON 15-19H HIRE ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN INTERN BE iT RESOLVED THAT the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby move to approve the hiring of Holly Crow as an Engineering Technician intern in the Warren County Engineer's Department. Starting date will be February 5, 2015, rate of pay will be $15.50 per hour and due to the nature of the intern employ- ment, she wilt not be eligible for any benefits. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 15-20 LIMITED ACCESS/ENTRY ADMINISTRATION BUILD- ING BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Warren County Board of Supervisors approve imple- menting plan to limit access to the Northwest and Southwest doors of the Ad- ministration Building. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 15-21 SET PUBLIC HEARING DATE REGARDING SALE OF COUNTY'S INTEREST IN REAL ESTATE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby set March 3, 2015 at 9:45 a.m. as a public hearing date pursuant to statute to con- sider the proposal of Teresa Valenta to purchase Warren County's interest in the following real estate: The 12 foot wide North-South alleyway adjacent to the East boundary of Outlot 6, Auditor's Plat of Outlots, Prole, Warren County, Iowa. Carried unanimously DISCUSSION ONLY: 1. County Library Funding 2. On-Line Permit Services and Potential Funding Mechanism RESOLUTION 15-22 APPROVETO SUBMIT APPLICATION FOR FUNDING A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY OF WARREN TO AUTHORIZE THE SUBMITTING OF AN APPLICATION FOR FUNDING FROM THE FED- ERAL SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM (STP)-TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVE PROGRAM (TAP) TO THE CENTRAL IOWA REGiONALTRANS- PORTATION PLANNING ALLIANCE (CIRTPA) FOR THE PARTIAL FUNDING OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE SOUTHEAST WARREN COMMUNITY SCHOOLS SAFE ROUTE TO SCHOOL PROJECT AND FURTHER APPROV- ING THE APPLICATION WHICH OBLIGATES SOUTHEAST WARREN COM- MUNITY SCHOOLS TO MATCHING FUNDS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF SAID PROJECT WHEREAS, the County of Warren is a full member of the Central Iowa Regional Transportation Planning Alliance (CIRTPA); and WHEREAS, the Federal Surface Transportation Program-Transportation Alter- natives Program provides funding to local jurisdictions for the construction of eligible projects; and WHEREAS, the program is administered by the Central Iowa Regional Trans- portation Planning Alliance (CIRTPA) which prioritizes and ranks all project ap- plications; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors of the County of Warren hereby: dFEMC. [n,UIHC( ' "S ". C(rJpait COMMITTED TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND OUR COMMUNITY. Home Office: Des Meines, IA L www.emcinsurance.com Supports and approves the attached application by the Southeast Warren Com- munity Schools for Federal Surface Transportation Program funding. Carried unanimously Supervisor Dean Yordi gave report of his previous week's activities. Supervisor Crystal Mclntyre gave report of her previous week's activities. Supervisor Doug Shull gave report of his previous week's activities. The County Administrator gave report of her previous week's activities. The next regular meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 17, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. Upon proper motion the meeting was adjourned at 10:02 a.m. ATTEST: AUDITOR, Traci VanderLinden CHAIR, Doug Shull OFFICIAL PUBLICATION MINUTESTO BE APPROVED ATTHE FEBRUARY 17TH, 2015 MEETING February 5, 2015 The Warren County Board of Supervisors met Thursday, February 5, 2015, at 10:00 a.m. with Supervisor's Doug Shull and Crystal Mclntyre present. Supervi- sor Dean Yordi was absent. Also present were Traci VanderLinden, Auditor and Jean Furler, County Administrator. The Board met to set a public hearing for Level C request on Elk Horn Street. RESOLUTION 15-23 SET PUBLIC HEARING DATE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Warren County Board of Supervisors approves to set Public Hearing date of Tuesday, February 17, 2015 at 9:45 a.m. for Level C request on Elk Horn Street. Carded unanimously Upon proper motion the meeting was adjourned at 10:01 a.m. AI-rEST: AUDITOR, Traci VanderLinden CHAIR, Doug Shull JULIAN GARRETT Concluded from p. 6 a 6% increase when school funding was debated in the House. A Senate Education Subcommittee passed a bill to increase funding by 4%. I assume the full Senate will pass it and the next move will be up to the House. Winterset FFA I had the pleasure of visiting with members of the Winterset FFA last week. It is encouraging to see young people looking forward to careers in agriculture and businesses related to agriculture. Upcoming Forum I will be at the City Hall in Norwalk for a legislative forum Saturday, Feb. 14, at 9 a.m. Also present will be Representative Gustafson, Norwalk Mayor Tom Phillips and City Manager Marketa Oliver. The public is wel- come and invited to ask questions or make comments on whatever is on their mind. As always, feel free to contact me with your ideas or concerns at Julian.Garrett@legis.iowa.gov. -:..... : Boost Your Energy With Peanuts And Peanut Butter (NAPS)--If you have been skipping your favorite peanut and peanut butter recipes, it's time to add them back into your diet. A handful of peanuts or a two-tablespoon serving of peanut butter remains a deli- cious, convenient and inex- pensive way to add nutrients like protein, vitamin E, niacin, manganese, magnesium, phos- phorus, folate and dietary fiber to your diet. People still love a PB&J sandwich, peanut butter on apple slices or celery sticks, but, say the experts at the National Peanut Board, you can also use it to add flavor to any meal or snack. Whether you're on the go or powering up before or after a workout, this Fruity Peanut Butter Spread makes a great sand- wich spread or a dip for fresh fruit that is sure to be a favorite Of both kids and adults. 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