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Thursday, July 3, 2014 N/Warren Town and County News f Page Thirteen WARREN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Continued from p. 12 WARREN CO ECON "GroWARRENow" INVEST YR 2/QTR 4 $37,500.00 WARREN CO E911 COMPREHENSIVE COMM STUDY $28,000.00 WARREN CO OIL OIL $4,706.44 WARREN CO TREAS ' PHN LD CHRGS $286.20 WARREN CO TREAS MAY FUEL $22,667.25 WARREN CO TREAS BASIC PHN CHRG/ JUNE HLTH INS INCNTV $3,695.00 WARREN LODGE #53 HALL RENT/PRIM ELEC $90.00 WATSON & RYAN PROF SERVICES $6,086.19 WELLS, BARB APRIL/MAY MOWING $240.00 WELLS, MALLORY MLG REIMB/PRIM ELEC $16.50 WHIPPLE, KAY HRS WRKED/PRIM ELEC $116.00 WlEGERT DISPOSAL TRSH DSPSL $205.00 WILEY, SHARON MLG REIMB/PRiM ELEC $36.20 WILEY, STEVE MLG/HRS/PRIM ELEC $50.69 WlLUS, E RUTH HRS & MLG/PRIM ELEC $138.25 XEROX CORP MAY METER CHRGS $341.82 YOUNG, D REX HRS & MLG/PRIM ELEC $180.50 YOU'I'H&SHELTERSERVICESINC APRIL&MAY2014SERVlCES $1,255.50 YOUTH EMERGENCY SVCS CLIENT EXCESS BILL FOR MAY 2014 $3,312.15 ZlEGLER INC PARTS $323,595.63 ZIMMERLINE, LEE HRS & MLG/PRIM ELEC $143.00 ZlMMERLINE, S HRS & MLG/PRIM ELEC $196.44 ZIM/IERMAN, M HRS WRKED/PRIM ELEC $29.00 ZUMWALT, RON HRS WRKED/PRIM ELEC $126.88 ZUMWALT, SAM HRS WRKED/PRIM ELEC $123.25 RESOLUTION 14-66A(1) SALARIES FOR FY15 BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following salaries for the County Attorney's Office employees are hereby approved, effective July 1,2014: Doug Eichholz Tracie Sehnert Daniel Schwalm Bobbier Cranston Teresa Cooney Ruth Engelbart Kathryn Thayer Amy Schnathorst kathy George Carried unanimously $100,749.82/annually $ 85,689.28/annually $ 72,706.05/annually $ 72,706.05/annually $ 1,752.73/hi-weekly $ 1,705.02/bi-weekly $ 1,968.32/hi-weekly $ 1,529.61/bi-weekly $ 16.64 per hour Nurses Jodene DeVault Bobette Miller Debbie Catron Chris Fairbanks Melissa Carruthere Amy Martens Janice Shelton Angela Carlson Katherine Honer Shelly Jenson Shawna Snuggs Crystal Sikes Sarah Eetemen Home Care Aides Kim Thompson Cindy Rodgers Janelle Vandekamp Janet Landgrebe Environmental Health Curtis Coghlan Kirk Baker Dena Dittmer RESOLUTION 14-66A(2) SALARY FOR FY2015 RE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following salary for the Board of Supervisors' Of- rice is hereby approved, effective July 1,2014: Mary Jean Fuder $3,669.36/bi-weekly Kathy Rupp $3,553.37/bi-weekly Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 14-66A(3) SALARIES FOR FY2015 VETERANS AFFAIRS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following salaries for the Warren County Veteran Affairs Director is hereby approved effective July 1,2014, subject to approval by the Warren County Board of Veterans Affairs: Kathleen Fensterman $814.40/bi-weekly Grade 8 Step 15 William Hitsman $814.40/bi-weekly Grade 8 Step 15 The salary is split 50-50 between Director Fensterman and Assistant Director Hitsman. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 14-66A(4) SALARY FOR FY2015 ZONING DEPARTMENT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following salary for the Zoning Department is hereby approved, effective July 1,2014: Lindsey Baughman $22.34/hr Grade 15/Step 1 Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 14-.-66A(6) SALARIES FOR FY2015 CONSERVATION DEPT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following salaries for the Conservation Depart- mSnt employees are hereby approved effective July 1, 2014, pending fnal ap- proval by the Warren County Conservation Board: James Priebe $2,547.20/bi-weekly Grade 15/Step 13  DavidYoungOlut $2,209.60#oi-weekly Grade 13/Step 13 MarkWilson $1 977.60/hi-weekly Grade 11/Step 14 Karen Johlas-Szalkowski $1,471.20/hi-weekly Grade 11/Step 4 DougJas Gaumer $16.90/hour Grade 10/Step 4 Logan Roberts $15.93/hour Grade 10/Step 2 Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 14-66A(6)(a) SALARY FOR FY2015 GENERAL ASSISTANCE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following pay increase for the General Assistance Department Js hereby approved, effective July 1,2014: Emmalee Bowlin $1,712.80/bi-weekly Grade 10/Step 12 Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 14-66A(6)(b} SALARY FOR FY2015 GENERAL ASSISTANCE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following pay increase for the General Assistance Department is hereby approved, effective July 1,2014: Sandra Cate $15.60/hr Grade 8/Step 6 Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 14-66A(7) SALARIES FOR FY2015 HEALTH SERVICES BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following salaries for the Health Services Depart- ment employees are hereby approved, effective July 1, 2014: $3,099.20/bi-weekly $24.00/hr Grade 11/Step 13 $29.21/hr Grade 14/Step 12 $26.73/hr Grade 14/Step 9 $15.15/hr Grade 8/Step 5 $20.36/hr Grade 8/Step 15 $15.60/hr Grade 8/Step 6 $21.11/hr Grade 14/Step 1 $23.01/hr Grade 15/Step2 $25.19/hr Grade 14/Step7 $21.74/hr Grade 14/Step 2 $2,?..34/hr Grade 15/Step 1 $25.84/hr Grade 17/Step 1 $15.32/hr Grade 6/Step 11 $13.21/hr Grade 6/Step 6 $13.21/hr Grade 6/Step 6 $12.10/hr Grede 6/Step 3 $25.89/hr Grade 15/Step 6 $25.06/hr Grade 16/Step2 $19.22/hr Carded unanimously RESOLUTION 14..-66A(8) SALARIES FOR FY2015TREASuRER's OFRCE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following salaries for the Treasurer's Office are hereby approved, effective July 1,2014: Merrie Fouche (63%) David Mitchell (76%) Megan Andrew (59.43%) Cinda Nickell (58%) Sharon Jones (58%) Jean Crookes (58%) Melanie McComb Tabitha Clark Carried unanimously $51,380.84/annually $47,047.52/annually $36,789.92/annually $35,904.69/annually $35,904.69/annually $35,904.69/annually $14.27/hr $13.25/hr RESOLUTION 14-66A(gXa)SALARIES FOR FY2015 NUTRITION DEPART- MENT BE tT RESOLVED THAT, the following pay increases for the Warren County Nutrition Department are hereby approved effective July 1,2014: Vicki White $20.70/hr 37.5% out of Supervisors (3 hours/day) 62.5% out of Nutrition (5 hours/day) Grade 11/Step 8 Carried unanimously RESOLUTION14-66A(9)(b) SALARY FOR FY2015 NUTRITION DEPART- ' MENT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following pay increases for the Warren County Nutrition Department are hereby approved effective July 1,2014: Joelyn Birmingham $13.40/hr Grade 4/Step 11 Judy Despenas $13.40/hr Grade 4/Step 11 Lisa Hreha $1&40/hr Grade 4/Step 11 Susan Keeney $13.40/hr Grade 4/Step 11 Vicki Cook $12.26/hr Grade 4/Step 8 Dixie Neer $11.90/hr Grade 4/Step 7 Shelly Dowden; Sub. $10.20/hr Carried unanimously. RESOLUTION 14-66A(9)(c)SALARIES FOR FY2015 NUTRITION DEPART- MENT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Nutrition Department pay all sub- stitutes $9.14/hr effective July 1,2014. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 14-66A(10) SALARIES FOR FY2015 DECAT BOARD BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following pay increases for the Decat Board are hereby acknowledged as approved by the Decat Board, effective July 1,2014: Joseph Burke $1,927.03/bi-weekly Sarah Hohanshelt $15.76/hr Madeline Adams $19.11/hr Carded unanimously RESOLUTION 14-66A (11) SALARIES FOR FY2015 RECORDERS OFFICE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following salaries for the Recorders Office are hereby approved, effective July 1, 2014: Theresa Finken $50,055.66/annually Debbie Graham $1,589.11/Di-weekly Darlene Morris $15.02/hr Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 14:-66A (12) SALARIES FOR FY2015 BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following salades for the Information Technology Department are hereby approved, effective July 1, 2014: Sue Campbell $2,313.60 bi-weekly Grade 18/Step 2 Carded unanimously RESOLUTION 14-66B NEW HIRE ATTORNEYS OFFICE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proved hire of Alex Crabb, Assistant County Attorne),V effective July 1,2014, as a regular full-time employee at $57,126.18 annually and is eligible to receive ben- efts. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 14-66( DEPARTMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the request from the Budget Director for a Departmen- tal Appropnafon of 100% of the County Budget to vanous departments is hereby approved for FY15 as reflected on the attachment. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 14-66D WAGE INCREASE ATTORNEYS OFFICE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves change in wages for Amy Schnathorst, Collections Administrator, effec- tive June 26, 2014 resulting in an increase to $1,499.62 bi-weekly due to comple- tion of satisfactory 6 month probation. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 14-66E RESCIND RESOLUTION BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby re- scinds Resolution #14-57 and Resolution #14-60. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 14.-66F POSITION TITLE CHANGE CASE MANAGEMENT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves position title change for Betsy Stursma, from Case Management Super- visor to Community Services Director effective June 9, 2014 and reflecting no salary change. Carded unanimously RESOLUTION 14-66G CORRECTIVE FUNDTRANSFER BE IT RESOLVED THAT, upon recommendation of the Budget Director, $8,061.06 is hereby authorized to be transferred from the General Basic Fund to the Pris- oner Room and Board Fund to correctly report 60%of room and board fees from July 1,2013 through June 10, 2014 in the separately maintained fund. Carded unanimously RESOLUTION 14.-66H BUDGET RE-APPROPRIATION BE IT RESOLVED THAT, there be the following re-appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014: From To Juvenile Court $7000.00 Medical Examiffer $7,000.00 Carried unanimously RESOLUTION14-66I APPROVE AGREEMENT FEDERAL AID AGREEMENT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby move to approve the Board Chair to sign the Federal Aid Agreement for Project No. BROS-C091(94)--5F-91, bridge replacement on County Road G48 (McKinley Street) over Coal Creek. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 14-156,1 APPOINTMENT TO COMMITTEES BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby move to approve the following appointments for David Carroll, Warren County Engi- neer; Alternate on the CIRPTA Policy Committee Primary on the CIRPTA Technical Committee Pnmary on the MPO Technical Committee Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 14-66K APPOINTMENTTO COMMFrI"EES BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby move to approve the following appointments for Betsy Stursma and Brenda Daily, MH/ CPC Department: Betsy Sturema-Alternate on the Clarinda Mental Health Institute Citizens Advi- sory Beard Betsy Sturema-Primary on the Central Iowa Recovery Board Brenda Daily-Alternate on the Central Iowa Recovery Beard Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 14-66L CORRECTED CANVASS OF PRIMARY ELECTION - RECOUNT CANVASS REPUBLICAN STATE REPRESENTATIVE I DIST #26 The Warren County Beard of Supervisors canvassed the recount of the Repub- Iican State Representative District 26 race from the June 3, 2014 Primary elec- tion on Tuesday, June 17, 2014. The results of the canvass for the recount are as follows: 33,433 Registered Voters 3,291 Votes Cast 9.84% VoterTumout OFFICE NAME OF CANDIDATE DEMOCRATS REPUBLICANS % United States Senator *Bruce Braley-D 491 98.59% Wdte-ln-D 7 1.41 Under-Votes 49 Sam CIovis-R 505 18.58 -*Joni- Ernst-R 1,576 57.98% Mark Jaoobs-R 342 12.58 Scott Schaben-R 20 .74 Matt Whitaker-R 274 10.08 Wdte-ln-Scattedng-R 1 .04 Under-Votes 25 United States Representative Dlatrlct 3 *Staci Appal - D 490 98.39 Write-ln-Scettering-D 8 1.61 Under Votes - D 49 Governor Robert Cramer-R "503 18.93 Joe Grendanette-R 47 1.77 Matt Schultz-R 497 18.71 Monte Shaw-R 361 13.59 David Young-R 345 12.98 *Bred Zaun-R 903 33.99 Wdte-ln-Scattering-R 1 .04 Under Votes - R 86 *Jack Hatch-D 504 08.82 Wdte-ln-Scettedng-D 6 1.18 Under Votes - D 37 *Terry E. Branstad - R 2158  81.77 Tom Hoefling - R 478 18.11 Write-ln-Scattering-R 3 .11 Under Votes - R Secretary of State *Brad Anderson-D 105 477 99.38 OFFICE Wnte-ln-Scattering-D Under Votes - D *Paul Pate - R Write-ln-Scatt@ring-R" Under Votes - R NAME OF CANDIDATE 3 67 DEMOCRATS Auditor of State *Jonathan Nejderbach Wnte-ln-Scattedng -D Under Votes - D *Mary Mosiman-R Write-ln-Scattering,R Under Votes - R Treasurer of State. *Michael L. Fitzgerald-D Wdte-ln-Scattedng-D Under Vofes - D Wdte-ln-Scattedng-R Udder Votes - R Secretary of Agriculture *Sherrie Taha -D Wdteqn-Scattedng-D Under Votes - D *Bill Northey-R Wdte-ln-Scattering-R Under Votes - R Attorney General *Tom Miller-D Wdte-ln-Scattedng-D Under Votes - D Write-ln-Scattering-R Under Votes - R State Senator District 13 *Pam Deichmann -D 457 Wdte-ln-Scattering-D 4 Under Votes - D 78 *Julian B Garrett- R Write-ln-Scattedng-R Under Votes - R State Representative District 21 *Matt McC0y-D 8 Wnte-ln-Scattedng-D 0 Under Votes - D 0 Write-ln-Scettering-R Under Votes - R State Representative District 25 Write-ln-Scattering-D 12 Under Votes - D 141 Joan Acela-R *Stan Gustafson-R Write-ln-Scattering-R Under Votes - R State Representative District 26 *Scott Ourth 355 Write-In Scattedng-D 4 Under Votes-D 27 *James L Butler-R Eric Durbin-R Wnte-ln Scettering-R Under Votes-R 454 2 91 509 2 36 .62 1889 99.00 19 1 00 836 REPUBLICANS % 99.56 044 1847 99.35 12 .65 885 99.61 39 89 100 2,655 461 99.35 3 .65 83 2055 99.37 13 .63 676 514 99.61 2 .39 30 74 100 2,670 99.13 .87 2176 . 99.09 20 .91 510 100 0 38 100 229 26.78 625 73.10 1 .12 109 98.89 1.11 683 51.24 639 47.93 4 .30 409 OFFICE NAME OF CANDIDATE DEMOCRATS REPUBLICANS % State Representative District 42 *Daniel Fessler-D 8 100 Wdte-ln Ssattering-D 0 Under Votes-D 0 *Peter Cownie-R 19 100 Wdte-ln Scattedng-R 0 UnderVotes-R 19 Board of Supervisors District I *Write-in Skip Phillips-D 66 49.86% Wdte-ln-Scattering-D 11 Under Votes - D 121 *Dean Yordi-R 565 96.75 Write-ln-Scattenng-R 19 3.25 Under Votes - R 290 Board of Supervisors District 2 *Joe Grendstaff-D 154 96.86 Wnte-ln-Scattedng-D 5 3.14 Under Votes - D 29 Larry Bohlen - R 324 37.98 *Crystal Mclntyre-R 527 61.78 Wdte-ln-Scattering-R 2 .23 Under Votes - R 201 CountyTreasurer Wdte-ln Scattering-O 25 100 Under Votes - D 622 *Julie Daugherty-R 2114 99.62 Wdte-ln-Scattering-R 8 .38 Under Votes - R 622 County Recorder Write-ln-Scattenng-D 14 I00 Under Votes - D ,533 *Polly Glascock-R 2076 99.62 Write-ln-Scattedng-R 8 Under Votes - R 660 County Attorney Wdte-ln-Scattering-D 18 100 Under Votes - D 529 *John CdswelI-R 2014 99.41 Write-ln-Scattedng-R 12 .59 Under Votes - R 718 BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the above canvass as presented. Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 14-66M CHANGE IN HOURS HEALTH SERVICES BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves a change in hours, effective July 1, 2014 for Crystal Sikes, RN/Maternal Child Health Coordinator in Health Services to 40 hours per week and is eligible for benefits. Carded unanimously RESOLUTION 14.--66N REMOVAL OF SPEED BUMPS FARMTO MARKET BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Beard of Supervisors hereby move to approve a letter to he sent to the Mayor of Bevington advising that the speed bumps placed on 10 = Avenue in the City of Bevington must be removed as Warren County Board of Supervisors has the sole jurisdiction and control over the roadway in question pursuant to the Code of Iowa and no resolution by the Warren County Board-of Supervisors has been passed by the Board at any time allowing the aforesaid speed bumps. Carded unanimously RESOLUTION 14-660 BUDGET RE-APPROPRIATION BE IT RESOLVED THAT, there be the following re-appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014: From TO Informafon Technology $10,000.00 Maintenance $10,000.00 Carried unanimously RESOLUTION 14-66P BUDGET RE-APPROPRIATION BE IT RESOLVED THAT, there be the following re-appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014: From To Environmental Health $5,000.00 DHS $5,000.00 Carded unanimously RESOLUTION 14-67 APPROVE LEASE AGREEMENTVERIZON WIRELESS, LLC "BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Ioard of Supervisors hereby move Concluded p. 15