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Page Twelve N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, July 7, 2011 Parcel # 13 O00 34 0265 13 000 34 0840 13 000 34 0860 13 000 34 0282 13 000 34 0821 13 000 34 0880 13 000 34 0901 13 000 35 0244 13 000 35 0264 13 000 35 0421 13 000 35 0446 13 000 35 0461 13 O00 35 0480 13 000 35 0623 13 000 35 0640 13 000 35 0661 13 000 35 0681 13 000 35 0843 15 000 24 0880 lamation Authority Carried Unanimously WARREN COUNTY SUPERVISORS Concluded from p.6 ommendation of Sheriff Jim Lee that Jewell St. be closed from 150" Ave. east to Highway 92 on July 4, 2011. The purpose of closing the road would be for public safety and to restrict vehicular traffic where there will be a large number of pe- destrians. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-138B SHERIFF DEPT LABOR AGREEMENT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the collective bargaining agreement between Warren County Board of Supervisors, Teamsters Local Union 238, and the Warren County Sheriff's Dept. effective from July 1,2011 through June 30, 2014. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-138C AGREEMENTWlTH CITY OF LACONA, IA BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the Law Enforcement Services Agreemen t between the City of Lacona, and the County of Warren as presented for July 1,2011, through June 30, 2013. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-138D ATTORNEY WAGE AND SALARY CONTRACT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the wage and salary contract between the Warren County Prosecuting Attorneys Association and the Warren County Board of Supervisors for fiscal year beginning July 1,2011. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-138E ATTORNEY EMPLOYEES BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the change of hourly TO exempt employee for Kathryn Thayer, Case Administrator, and effective July 1,2011. AND; BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves to accept the.resignation of Brant Hinders, Assistant County Attorney effective June 17, 2011. AND; BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves to hire Daniel B. Schwalm as Assistant County Attorney effective July 5, 2011, as a regular full-time exempt employee at the annual wage of $62,000.00, with full benefits. Cai'ried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-138F ABATEMENT OFTAxES BE IT RESOLVED THAT, delinquent property taxes on the following parcel num- bers be abated pursuant to 446.7 of the Iowa Code. Property Owner Warren County Warren County Warren County Warren County Warren County Warren County Warren County Warren County Warren County Warren County Warren County Warren County Warren County Warren County Warren County Warren County Warren County Warren County Des Moines Metropolitan Wastewater Rec- Betsy Stursma Darcey Landuyt Shawnna Nielsen Amanda Phillips Emmalee Bowlin Case Brenda Dally Marci Kellow Jennifer Townsend Sarah Siefken Billie Spear Case Mallory Wells J01ene Gehringer Heather Casteel Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-138G HEALTH SERVICES RESIGNATION BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ac- cepts the resignation of Stacy Jobes, RN BSN, and to remove from payroll effec- tive June 26, 2011. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-138H APPROVE HEALTH SERVICES NEW EMPLOYEE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves Health Services new hire of Traci Brewer, RN, as Maternal Child Health Nurse, effective June 27, 2011 at the houdy wage of $19.68, Grade 14-Step 1 as regular full-time with full benefits. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-1381 BUDGET APPROPRIATION BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves appropriating 90.% of the total budget to the various departments; NOW, BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the remaining 10% unappropriated budget for Public Health Nursing and Home Care Aide for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011 be appropriated for amounts of $22,463.00 and $1,910.00, respectively Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-138J BUDGET APPROPRIATION BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves appropriating 90% of the total budget to the various departments; NOW, BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the remaining 10% unappropriated budget for County Treasurer in Service Area 9020 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011 be appropriated for amount of $3,555.00. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-138K ESTABLISH FISCAL YEAR 2011/2012 WAGE IN- CREASE BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves a 2.5% COLA increase and adopts the pay matrix for FY 2011/2012 for non-union employees hired prior to January 1,2011. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-138L SALARY ADJUSTMENTS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the following pay increase for the Mental Health/Case management De- partment effective July 1,2011 : $2000.42/bi-weekly (Case management dept #59) $1792.10/bi-weekly (Case management dept #59) $1500.47/bi-weekly (Case management dept #59) $1532.57/bi-weekty (Case management dpt #59) $1483.91/bi-weekly (75% Mental Health dept #60)(25% Management dept #59) $1698.92/bi-weekly (Case management dept #59) $1537.11/bi-weekly (Case management dept #59) $1453.06/bi-weekly (Case management dept #59) $1496.65/bi-weekly (Case management dept #59) $1360.00 bi-weekly (50% Mental Health dept #60)(50% Management dept #59) $14.62/hourly (Mental health dept #60) $16.87/hourly (Case Management dept #59) $14.99/hourly (Case Management dept #59) RESOLUTION 11-138M SALARY ADJUSTMENTS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the following pay increase for the Mental health Department effective July 1,2011: Kristi Dierking $2725.82/bi-weekly (50% Case Management dept #59) (50% Mental Health dept #60) Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-138N SALARY ADJUSTMENT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the following salary adjustment for the Board of Supervisors' Office effec- tive July 1,2011: Shelly VanderTuig $15.89/hr Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-1380 SALARY ADJUSTMENTS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the following pay increases for the Sheriff's Department effective July 1, 2011: Mike Morrison $2,626.59/bi-weekly Jeff Tonelli $26.54/hr Bob Gebhart $25.97/hr Harold Candy $25.97/hr Tim Cook $25.87hr Nell Gurwell $25.87/hr Rob Fisher $25.77/hr Jon Wilbur $26.34/hr Brian Vos $25.67hr Randy Spurr $25.67/hr Phil Grimm $25.67/hr Eldon Emmick $25.67hr Joe Carico ,,;, ) " $25.67/hr; ;5 . Eric Burrows . $25.57/h . Lisa Ohlinger $25.57/hr Jim Van Gundy $25.03/hr (January 1,2012) to $25.32/hr Preston Gebhart $22.04/hr (September 24,2011) to $22.86/hr Travis Keeney $23.35/hr (May 15, 2012) to $24.55/hr Bryan Llewellyn $21.22/hr (January 11,2012) to $22.04/hr Jeremy Stone $19.58/hr (March 7, 2012) to $20.40/hr Tad Stoner $19.58/hr (March 28, 2012) to $20.40/hr Kelly Nunez $18.30/hr Deb VanPatten $18.20/hr Kim Sheets $18.20/hr Sharon Capps $22.17/hr Tina Scarcello $22.60/hr Amy Kemner $21.87/hr Kris Arnold $21.87/hr Christy Gurwell $21.77/hr Steve Garrett $21.67/hr Jon Stageman $24.93/hr (December 31,2011) to $25.03/hr Julie Sfeil $21.57/hr Stacey Van Gundy $19.91/hr (June 1,2012) to $20.77/hr Chrissy Mathews $19.05/hr (November 1,2011) to $19.91/hr Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-138P SALARY ADJUSTMENTS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the War.ren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the following salary adjustments for the Health Services Department employees effective July 1,2011: Nur_um.e Jodene DeVault $2,688.87/bi-weekly Bobette Miller $21.08/hr Grade 11/Step 11 Debbie Catron $26.46/hr Grade 14/Step 11 Chris Fairbanks $21.21/hr Grade 13/Step 8 MicheleJensen $22.82/hr Grade 14/Step6 Melissa Carruthers $13.72/hr Grade 8/Step 4 Dawn Grandia $27.00/hr Grade 18/Step 2 Dawn Brown $20.27/hr Grade 14/Step 2 Jolene Murphy $20.27/hr Grade 14/Step 2 Stacy Jobes $22.88/hr Grade 14/Step 6 Amy Martens $17.90/hr Grade 8/Step 13 " Janice Shelton $13.72/hr Grade 8/Step 4 Home Care Aides Lisa Fish $12.35/hr Grade 6/Step 6 Kim Thompson $13.49/hr Grade 6/Step 9 Cindy Ro'dgers $11.99/hr Grade 6/Step 5 Judy Mitchell $11.99/hr Grade 6/Step 5 Janelle Vandekamp $11.641hr Grade 6/Step 4 Kristy Lepley $11.30/hr Grade 6/Step 3 Julianne Carson $24.80/hr Grade 16/Step 4 Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-138Q SALARY ADJUSTMENTS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the following salary adjustments for the County Attorney's Office effec- tive July 1,2011: Doug Eichholz $3,487.42Jbi-weekly Karla Fultz $3,487.42../bi-weekly Tracie Sehnert $2,815.10/hi-weekly Mary Taylor $1,639.45/bi-weekly Teresa Cooney $1,556.82_Jbi-weekly Ruth Engelbart $1,470.34/bi-weekly Kathryn Thayer $1,800.77/hi-weekly Kathy George . $14.35 per hour Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-138R APPROVE FIREWORKS PERMIT BE IT RESOLVED .THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the Class B Fireworks Permit for Martin Wells, Operator, 1246( R57 Hwy. Indianola, IA, for the dates of July 1 through July 17", 2011. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-138S BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves to reappoint Louis Keeney to the Aging Resoumes of Central Iowa Advi- sory Council; AND BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves to reappoint Bey Dickerson, Mike Coppess, and to replace Eric Lepdegraff with Clair Patfn to the Compensation Board; AND BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves to reappoint mary Carethers, Thomas Hughes, and to replace Dale Groh with Helen Tremble to the Housing Authority Board of Commissioners. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-139 ACCEPT EMPOWERMENT BOARD RESIGNATION BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ac- cepts the resignation of Deb Schrader, Warren County Empowerment Director, effective June 30, 2011, and to remove from payroll. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-140TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURES BE IT RESOLVED.THAT, the following reads be temporarily closed: 160 t between Dubuque Place and Dubuque Street, effective May 25, 2011, due to water over the road; and, Dubuque Place & Dubuque Street between 140" and 158", effective May 25,2011, due to water over the road and road damage; and, Quebec Street between R57 Hwy.and 70" Ave, effective May 25,2011, due to read being washed out; and, Nevada Street between 21174 Nevada Street and 220 t" Ave, effective June 2,2011, due to a washed out culvert; and', 50 t" Ave from Lisbon to Johnson, effective June 6, 2011, due to the road being impas- sible-Level B Road; and, Elk Horn Street at 138", effective June 9, 2011, due to water over the road; and, 10 fh Ave near Hwy 92 South of Bevington, effective June 10, 2011, due to water over the road; and, Clarke Street near 165 " Place SE of Carlisle, effective June 10, 2011, due to water over the road; and, Dubuque Place South of Carlisle, effective June 10, 2011, due to water over the read; and, 160 " Ave near Dubuque Place South of Banner bottom, effective June 10,2011, due to water over the road; and, Arthur Street near Blue Street East of Carlisle, effective June 10, 2011, due to water over the road; and, 140 = Ave near Briggs South of County Line Road, effective June 10, 2011, due to water over the read; and, 113 th Ave near Beardsley East of R63 Hwy, effective June 10, 2011, due to water over the read; and, Hwy G-24 East of 115 = Aye, effective June 10, 2011, due to water over the road; and, Fulton Street West of Hwy 65/69, effective June 10, 2011, due to water over the road; and, Elk Horn Street near Hwy 28 South of Norwalk, effective June 10, 2011, due to water over the read; and, 43 ' Place near 43 r Ave South of Eisenhower, effective June 10, 2011, due to water over the road; and, 33 rd Ave North of Fillmore, effective June 10, 2011, due to water over the road; and, 25" Ave North of Fillmore, effective June 10, 2011, due to water over the read; and, Fillmore East of 25" Ave, effective June 10, 2011, due to water over the read; and, Quebec Street near 70" Ave West of R-57 Hwy, effective June 10, 2011, due to water over tbe read; and, Hempstead Street West of R-57 Hwy, effective June 10, 2011, due to water over the read; and, 230" Ave South of Hwy 92, effective June 10, 2011, due to water over the road. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-141 SALARY ADJUSTMENT WHEREAS, as per the union contract, employees appointed on or after July 1, 1995, shall be eligible for step increases in pay on their anniversary date each year, based on their job performance, it is the recommendation of the County Engineer that the foilowing employee be granted a step increase: Paul Songayllo, effective June 24, 2011 (anniversary date June 24, 2008) From: EO Weed/Brush Grade 9, Step 4 $18.96/hour To: EO WeedJBrush Grade 9, Step 5 $19.81/hour Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-142 R-45/QUlNCY BRIDGE DEBRIS REMOVAL BIDS WHEREAS, quotations were received from the following vendors for the R-45/ Quincy Bridge debris removal; and, WHEREAS, the following quotations were received: Vanderpool Construction Inc, $19,000.00 Herberger Construction Co., Inc. $28,000.00 The Underground Co. $28,000.00 BE IT RESOLVED on a motion by Steve Wilson, second by Dean Yordi, based on the quotations received, that the R-45/Quincy bridge debris removal bid be awarded to Vanderpool Construction Inc., in the amount of $19,000.00. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-143 PAYROLL CHANGE Motion by Dean Yordi, second by Steve Wilson, WHEREAS, Andy Apple was hired as a temporary employee and, WHEREAS, it is unlikely that his services will be required in the immediate fu- ture, BE IT RESOLVED THAT, Andy Apple shall be removed from payroll effective June 30, 2011. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-144 SO CENTRALYOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES BOARD AUTHORIZATION BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves to authorize the Executive Committee of South Central Youth and Family Services Commission (the Agency) to sell and liquidate all assets of the Agency, at private or public sale, at whatever prices and terms of sale that the Executive Committee deems fair and reasonable, and without further approval of said Board of Supervisors. Carried Unanimously SIMPLE MOTION by Steve Wilson, seconded by Dean Yordi, to receive and file reports as follows: A) Veteran's Affairs B) Recorder C) General Assistance D) Humane Society Carried unanimously. The Supervisors gave reports of their previous week's activities. The next regular meeting will be held on Tuesday, July 5, 2011 at 9:30 a.m. Upon proper motion the meeting was adjourned at 10:09 a.m. AI-rEST: AUDITOR, Traci VanderLinden CHAIR OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Minutes to be approved at the July 5r 2011 Board Meeting June 29, 2011 The Warren County Board of Supervisors met on Wednesday, June 29, 2011, at 9:00 a.m. with all members present. The following business was had to-wit: All in attendance recited the Pledge of Allegiance.. SIMPLE MOTION by Dean Yordi, seconded by Steve Wilson to approve claims and fringes and the consent agenda, minutes from June 14 and 15 Special Meet- ings and June 20 Regular Meeting Minutes. WARREN COUNTY CLAIMS REGISTER REPORT June 29, 2911 ADAMS, MADELINE FTM COORDINATION/JUNE AtL MAKES OFRCE INTERIORS FURNITURE ALLIANT ENERGY UTIUTIES/LACONA SHOP /_.ADESMY OF PEDIAPPUES AMERICAN LEGION POST 163 HALL RENT/APR - JUNE ANDERSON,TOM MILEAGE 3/10- 6/16 BS&T PAYMENTENTIVlOFITGAGE PYMF BROADLAWNS MEDICAL CNTR CLIENTS SVCS BRUF__NING ROCK TS NV #1522 BUFE, JOSEPH R MILEAGE 6/13- 6/24 BURKE, TERESA KD FTM COORDINATION/JUNE CARTAL SANITARY SUPPLY CO INCCUPS CARUSLE CFFEEN, THE PUBUCATIONS CARLISLE, CITY OF Ct_NT UTIL/JUNE RENT CEDAR RAPIDS, CITY OF JULY TRANSPORTATION PASS CHI_D/L.ISE  COdNCtWEE CARE RESPITE PI:IDCxlVlAY CHUMBLEY & JONES OIL CO DBV UNDA DENNISTON, DIANA DIERKING, KRISTI EYEFLY-B/LLMEN]ALH FAMILY DIRECTIONS OF IOWA INC FARE'WAY STORES INC FASTENAL COMPANY FORGE'[ NORMAN FUL'IT_ KARLA J G & D ELECTRIC INC GIrlART, ROBERT S GENESIS DEVELOPMENT CLIENTS FUEL CREDrr RCOVERY CLASS MILEAGE 4/18-6/6 MiE 6/16NVt.NS RWRDS SERVICES STORK'S/FAMILY NEST 3/15-6/30 CUENTFOOD PARTS/SUPPUES CUENTRENT WELLNESS REWARDS PARTS/REPAIR REIMB MATRON MEAL CUENT SVCS GENESIS MENTAL HLTH ASSOC LLC SERVICES GOODHUE REAL'P( GREUBEL*, JOHN T. GRIMES ASPHALT & PAVING. HENRY M. ADKINS & SON INC HITSMAN,WlLUAM HOFUSHELT, SARAH HOLMES CHEVROLET HY-VEE ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE IA DEFT HUMAN SERV/F_.NHNC IA DEPT HUMAN SERV/HABIUTAT IA DEPT HUMAN SERV/ICF-M INDUOLA, CrrY OF INDOFF INC. INFOMAX OFFICE SYSTEMS INC NTEGRRNESOLLmO INTER ACT PUBUC SAFETY N]IS-"IAIE35 CSD CUENT RENT CUENTRENT COLD MIX vO'nNG EQUIPMENT CONF EXPENSES/JUNE 4-11 MILEAGE 6t7- 6/15 " 2011 CHEVYTRJCK CUENTS RX2FO(X) CUENT SVCS CUENT SVCS CUENT SVCS CUENTS UnLFnES SIGNTABLE lP CONTRACT SCH BASED MH, MARCH-APRIL REPAIR MAY EWA POOCILCIB IOWA COUNTY ATTORNEYS  SPRING CONF REGIS FEES X 2 ] .59.18 1,254.31 2249 1,379.40 750.00 106.as 500.00 3,180.00 6,60223 18720 229.41 79.63 475.81 497.54 24.00 3,8oo.02 80.00 75.O0 295 39.85 7.70 3,034.15 40.O0 122.42 500.00 25.OO 350.00 5.55 1,872.52 141.00 440.00 480.00 811.52 7,170.00 1,008.63 7527 24,325.00 4,933.63 4,984.43 87,534.69 48,04625 264.58 21823 38.50 5,180.71 2,022.75 4,800.71 2,5OO.OO 540.O0 IOWA SECRETARY OF STATE CARD STOCK 43.00 IOWA SIGNAL & ELEC CO SVC CALL 60.O0 IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY WORKSHOP--S 580.00 ISU EXTENSION CH QN:E RES& F,MAY, FciESCHBNH 18,992,16 JAMES OIL COM P/NY LLC G&IESEL/ABOVEGRND 50,504.46 JOHN DEERE RNANCIAL SVC/REPAIR 107.74 KADING PFEERTIES CLIENT RENT 550.00 KEYSTONE LABORATORIES INC LAGOON SAMPUNG 42.40 KUSTOM SIGNALS INC FS-VIDEO SVCS. 475.00 UNITY HALL JUNE HALL RF..NT 396.00 LAFRENZ, RYAN MLG & SUPPUES REIMB 204.98 UNN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH RADONTEST KITS 48.00 M&MSALESCOMFYY O3NIT:IAC5rT- 8,355.89 MARION CO SHERIFFS OFFICE INMATE BILUNG 6/1-6/20 680.00 MARTENSDALE LIONS CLUB JUNE HALL RENT 484.00 MARTIN BROTHERS DISTRIBUTING FOOO/SUPPUES MCCOY SANITATION CORP SERVICES MED-TECH RESOURCE INC BATTERIES MEDICAL CTR ANESTHESIOLOGISERVlCES MENARDS - DES MOINES SUPPLIES/#79793 METAL CULVERTS INC CULVERTS MIDAMERICAN ENERGY CLIENT/COUNTY UTILITIES MORRISON RN, PAM MED EXAMINER SVCS NATL ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH CREDENTIAL RENEW/BAKER NEW VIRGINIA UONS CLUB JUNE HALL RENT NORTH WARREN TOWN & COUNTY NEWSUBS RENEW/PUB OFF'ICEMAX INC ORCHARD PLACE PARTNERS IN FAMILY DEV PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK PERU QUARRY INC PIERCE, KATHY PITNEY BOWES INC.* POSTMASTER EPSON INK IND SCH BASED MH PNTS AS TCHRS/MAY/ 2 STOP PAYMENTS ROCK MILEAGE 3/29 - 6/14 MAIUNG SYSTEM RENTAL STAMPS 3,231.41 111.50 109.49 1,040.00 81.60 11,914.05 392.00 192.40 95.00 396.OO 319.95 1125 2,58873 8,101.40 54.00 8,329.07 246.15 662.00 290.40 Concluded p.13