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Thursday, July 7, 2011 N/Warren Town and County News Page Thirtee  WARREN COUNTY SUPERVISORS Concluded from p.12 PREVENTION CONCEPTS INC  PALS/APR-JUNE 4,707.04 PLUS U_C SUPPUES 2,452.11 QUILL CORPORATION SUPPLIES 131.17 QWEST REPAIR CABLE/911/TRKS/DBASE 1,519.63 RC HYDRAUIJCS PARTS 10.16 RESERVE ACCOUNT R3S1NE USED 6/4- 6/13 981.30 IS, RUSS CLIENT RENT 196.00 SCHIRO, SHERI REIM8 POSTAGE 11.8{2 SEHNEFE,IE CONF EXPENSES 247.20 SENECA COMPANIES RLTER 74.88 SIOUX SALES COMPANY NAMEPLATES 47.80 SOUIHB: COMPUTER/SUPPLIES 1,391.86 SPEAR, BLUE MILEAGE 6/15 15.30 ST LUKE&apos;S PE)SRTAL COURT ORDERED SV 4,939.91 STAPLES ADVANTAGE SUPPUES 3.90 SWEENEY COURT REPORTING DEPOSmON COPY 44.(] TEAM SERVICES INC  TESTING SVCS 275.79 TEMPLE ALUMINUM FOUNDRY INC GRAVE MARKERS 1218.82 THE SIMS PROJECT HR PROJECT 5,817.50 US CELLULAR SERVICES 860.04 US POSTAL SI59VGE pSTG-BY-R-IO PSTG USED 6/18- 6t23 222.52 U] THOMAS J. MED EXAMINER SVCS 230.50 VERtZON WIRELESS SERVICES 504.87 WAL-MART COMMUNITY BRC SUPPUES 1,361.46 WARREN CO FAIR EXHIBrrORS PREMIUMS 4,000.00 WARREN COUNTY SHERIFF SERV1CF_JMILEAGE 2,066.80 WARREN COUNTYTREAS/LD LONG DIST CALLS&Y 1782.1 WARREN COUNTY TREAS/SVC MAY FUEL 26729 WARREN COUNTY TREASURER MAY BASIC PHONE 9,484.42 WE UFT % TRINI'I'Y UNI'I'ED WE LIFT JC SEARCH C'[WAI: MAY 2,347.50 WEST PAYMENT CENTER LAW BOOKS 1,14425 WlEDMANN, GARY SERVICES 897.00 WILLIS, MICHELLE D MATRON HRS 43.50 WINDSTREAM IOWA-COMM INC 911 TRKS/DBASE/MSAG 182.05 WlNTERSEr COMM HIGH SCHOOL EVERY 15 MIN PROGRAM 2,403.50 YORDI, DEAN C CONF EXPENSES 59.50 YOUTH & SHELTER SERVICES INCMAY SERVICES 419.85 RESOLUTION 11-145A PAYOUT 3% RETAINAGE WHEREAS, Gary Wiedmann completed the work performed for the Storm Sewer improvements between 442-450 Palomino Parkway and was paid $29,003.00 on December 7, 2010 and 3% retainage was held until the work was inspected; BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby move to pay Gary Wiedmann the 3% retainage of $897.00 for the work completed. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-145B DEPARTMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the request from the Budget Director for a Departmen- tal Apwopriation of 90% of the County Budget, except allocating 100% for sala- ries and benefits, insurance, grants and contributions to other local governments, contracted amounts, debt payments, and court related services, to various de- partments is hereby approved for FY12, as reflected on the attachment. (Attach- ment is available in the Auditor's Office) Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-145C SALARY ADJUSTMENT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the following salary adjustments for the Maintenance Department effec- tive July 1,2011: Daniel Johnson $1,905.69/bi-weekly Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-145D SALARY ADJUSTMENTS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the following salary adjustmerlts for the Maintenance Department effec- tive July 1,2011: Shawn Ripperger $15.90/hr Grade 4 Step 6 .eigh Ann Swain $14:85r Grade 4 Step 6($20 Longevity) Russell Nichols $" ,'. "P5/h r Grade 4 Step 6($. 10 Longevity) Bradley Grismore $14.65/hr Grade 4 Step 6 Carded Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-145E SALARY ADJUSTMENTS- EMA/E911 BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following pay increases effective July 1,2011 are hereby acknowledged as presented by the Emergency Management/E911 Ad- ministration Coordinator on behalf of the Emergency Management Commission and the E911 Joint Service Board. Emergency Managemen t Commission Mahala Cox $32,461.75 annually Troy Bass $36,941.00 annually Doug McCasland $18,470.50 annually E911 Joint Service Board Mahala COx $32,461.75 annually Doug McCasland $18,470.50 annually Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-145F SALARY ADJUSTMENTS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the following salary adjustments for the Recorder's Office, effective July 1,2011: Theresa Finken $47,164.22/annually Debbie Graham $1,460.89/hi-weekly Darlene Morris $14:16/hr Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-145G SALARY ADJUSTMENTS DCAT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following pay increases for the Decal Board are hereby acknowledged as approved by the Decal Board, effective July 1,2011: Joseph Burke $1,711.64/bi-weekly Sarah Hohanshelt $14.42/hr Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-145H SALARY ADJUSTMENTS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following salary adjustments for the Warren County Veteran Affairs Director is hereby approved effective July 1,2011, subject to approval by the Warren County Board of Veterans Affairs: Kathleen Fensterman $745.20/bi-weekly Grade 8 Step 14 William Hitsman $745.20/bi-weekly Grade 8 Step 14 The salfiry is split 50-50 between Director Fensterman and Asst Director Hitsman. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-1451 SALARY ADJUSTMENTS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the followiog salary adjustments for the Conservation Department employees are hel;eby approved effective July 1,2011: DavidYoungblut $1,972.00/bi-weekly Grade 12, Step 14 James Priebe $2,267.20/bi-weekly Grade 14, Step 13 Joel Van Roekel $1,763.20/bi-weekly Grade 10, Step 15 Mark Wilson $1,763.20/bi-weekly Grade 10, Step 15 Douglas Gaumer $14.64/hour Grade 9, Step 4 Melissa Smith $15.53/hour Grade 9, Step 6 Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-145J SALARY ADJUSTMENT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following pay increase for the General Assistance Department is hereby approved, effective July 1,2011: Kay Brewer $1,613.60/bi-weekly Grade 10 Step 12 Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-145K SALARY ADJUSTMENTS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following pay increase for the General Assistance Department is hereby approved, effective July 1,2011 : Amy Fallis $16.07/hr Grade 8/Step 9 Betty Graham $ 8.44/hr Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-145L SALARY ADJUSTMENTS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following salary adjustments for the Information Technology Department are hereby approved, effective July 1,2011: Julie Harris $2,865.51/bi-weekly Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-145M SALARY ADJUSTMENTS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following salary adjustments for the Information Technology Department are hereby approved, effective July 1,2011: Sue Mosor $18.29/hr Jeff O'Brien $2,019.47/bi-weekly Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-145N SALARY ADJUSTMENT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following salary adjustments for the Zoning De- partment are hereby approved, effective July 1,2011: Robert Folkestad $2,201.68/bi-weekly Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-1450 SALARY ADJUSTMENT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following salary adjustments for the Zoning De- partment are hereby approved, effective July 1,2011: Lindsey Baughman $18.00/hr Grade 9/Step 11 Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-145P SALARY ADJUSTMENTS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the following salary adjustments for the Environmental Health Department are hereby approved effective July 1,2011: Curtis Coughlan $1,921.98/bi-weekly Kirk Baker $18.31/hr Grade 10/Step9 Dena Dittmer $17.84/hr Grade 9/Step 11 Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-145Q SALARY ADJUSTMENTS SECONDARY ROAD BE IT RESOLVED THAT the following salaries, for the period of July 1,2011 through June 30, 2012, be established for the Secondary Road Department employees: Carried Unanimously EMPLOYEE JOB GR NAME TITLE STP WAGE LNG TOTAL THOMPSON, ERIC RD SUPT 30.47 N/A 30.47 SINCLAIR, JERRY L ASSTMAINTSUP 29.17 N/A 29.17 BRANGERS, JOSEPH D RMT I1 8/6 19.43 0.00 19.43 BUTLER, RANDY L EO II 9 21.00 0.10 21.19 CHEERS, TIMOTHY D EO II 9 21.09 0.20 21 29 COFFMAN, ANTHONY EOII 9 21.09 0.10 21.19 DOLLISON, DENNIS A RMTI 7/6 18.63 0.00 18.63 ETCHER, DALE E MG II 9 21.09 .0.60 21.69 GEORGE, TOM Q MECHANIC 10/6 21.96 0.20 22.16 GRIPP, MICHAEL L TEMP PAVE FRM 10/4 19.87 0.20 20.07 JONES, JERRY ME.CHANIC 10/3 19.43 0.00 19.43 KIMZEyJAMESA OPI 8/6 19.43 0.10 19.53 LOVING, MICHAEL G EO II 9/6 21.00 0.20 21.29  RUSTY DSC.-  t0/6 21.96 0.20 22.16 MILLER, JOHN D RMTII 8,45 19.43 0.00 19.43 PITMAN, DAVID L GRD FRM 10/15 21.96 0.40 22.36 RITCHEY;ROBERT R B/C FRM 10/6 21.96 0.20 22.16 SNYDER, STEVE L SHOP FRM 11 23.77 0.00 23.77 SONGAYU_O, PAULAE-O/VE]R.EH 9/5 20.30 0.00 20.30 SQUIER, DAVID L MECHANIC 10/6 21.96 0.10 22.06 TJARKS, D(X,LAS RSHP SRV WI<R 10/6 21.96 0.30 22.26 TURNER, RONALD LEO IWVEEDCM 9/6 21.09 0.00 21.09 VAN PAI-rEN, MICHAEL EO II 9/6 21.09 0.00 21.09 BOWUN, RYAN N EO II 9/6 21.09 0.20 21.29 COLLINS, SHAWN W MG II 9/6 21.09 0.20 21.29 HORTON,TIMOTHY L MGII 9, 21.09 0.20 21.29 JOHNSON, JOHN R. MG II 9/6 21.09 0.10 21.19 MASON, WILLIAM S MG II 9/6 21.09 0.50 21.59 NERVlG, MICHAEL J EO II 9/6 21.09 0.10 21.19 RUBLE, MAX E EO II 9 21.00 0.20 21.29 SHARP, TERRY L MG II 9/6 21.09 0.10 21.19 SPEAR, RANDY W MG II 9/B 21.09 0.20 21.29 STRIEGEL, LEROY F MG II 9 21.09 0.10 2.1.19 KONRAD, BRIAN D ENG TEQ-I II 12/6 24.69 0.20 24,80 BAI.EkN,  I ENGI112/ 24.69 0.10 24.79 PSON, ASHLEYMADMINASST l l/7 18.93 N/A 18.93 MR'rl-EWA,SS]'ENC.NE N/A $2,517.20 N/A $2,517.20 RESOLUTION 11-145R BUDGET APPROPRIATION WHEREAS, on June 1,2010 the Board of Supervisors approved appropriating 90% of the total budget to the various departments; NOW, BE IT RESOLVED THAT, $11,000 of the remaining 10% unappropriated budget for Nondepartmental for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011 be appro- priated. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-145S BUDGET APPROPRIATION WHEREAS, on June 1,2010 the Board of Supervisors approved appropriating 90% of the total budget to the various departments; NOW, BE 1T RESOLVED THAT, the remaining 10% unappropriated budget for Nutrition and Substance Abuse for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011 be ap- propriated for amounts of $17,802 and $6,182. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-145T BUDGET APPROPRIATION WHEREAS, on June 1,2010 the Board of Supervisors approved appropriating 90%-of the total budget to the various departments; NOW, BE IT RESOLVED THAT, $15,000 of the remaining 10% unappropriated budget for the Shenff for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011 be appropriated. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-145U CORRECTIVE FUND TRANSFER BE IT RESOLVED THAT, upon recommendation of the Budget Director, $17,756.76 is hereby authorized to be transferred Irom the General Basic Fund to the Prisoner Room and Board Fund to correctly report 60% of room and board fees from July 1, 2010 through June 18, 2011 in the separately main- tained fund. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-145V CORRECTION OF RESOLUTION 10-69 BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby cor- rect The elected official's fiscal year 2010/2011 salaries for Supervisors as follows: Supervisor . . $34,374.15 Supervisor's salaries were acted upon on February 9, 2010 with no increase from FY 2009/2010 salary. Carded Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-145W APPROVE FIREWORKS PERMIT BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Boatd of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the fireworks permit for Michael K. Vesey, 16128 Illinois St., Indianola, IA, with Charlie Robuck as operator, for the dates of July 2, 2011 or July 3, 2011. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-146 APPROVE FY2012 COC & GENESIS CONTRACTS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves the COC and Genesis Contracts for FY 2012. Carried Unanimously RESOLUTION 11-147 APPROVE IOWATRANSIT QUOTE WHEREAS, the following quotation was received from Iowa Transit: Quantity Descnption Amount 2 AT-B4 $499.24 2 Alum. Tripod $177.56 2 25ft Leveling Rod $396.84 1 MLIM Locator $605.95 Total $1,679.59 BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby move to approve the quote received from Iowa Transit in the amount of $1,679.59. Carried Unanimously The next regular meeting will be held on Tuesday, July 5, 2Oll al 9:.30 a.m. Upon proper motion the meeting was adjourned at 9:13 a.m. ATTEST: AUDITOR, Traci VanderUnden CHAIR SUBSCRIBE FODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA 50211 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION June 30, 2011 The Warren County Board of Supervisors met on Thursday, June 30, 2011 at 11:30 a.m. Supervisors Doug Shull and Dean Yordi were present, Supervisor Wilson was absent. The purpose of the meeting was to pay year end claims for the I.T. Dept. WARREN COUNTY CLAIMS REGISTER REPORT June 30, 2011 CAMPBELL, SUSAN M MLG REIMB 52.20 HARRIS, JULIE MLG REIMB 78.30 I P PATHWAYS LLC PARTIAL PMT FOR STRG PROJ. 10,000.00 O'BRIEN, JEFF MLG REIMB 52.20 VERIZON WIRELESS MTHLY CHGS 131.46 RESOLUTION 11-148 APPROVE IT DEPT CLAIMS BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the Warren County Board of Supervisors hereby ap- proves to pay the I.T. Department Year End Claims in the amount of $10,314.16. Shull - Aye Wilson - Absent Yordi - Aye Upon proper motion the meeting was adjourned. ArrEST: AUDITOR, Traci VanderLinden CHAIR, Doug Shull Legislative News By State Representative Julian B. Garrett i Budget Agreement (Almost) I amwriting this at my desk waiting for the de- bate to start on the final budget bill. We have passed all but the Human Services budget. Right now there is no agreement on abortion funding be- tween the House and Sen- ate. I can say with confi- dence that we will not ex- ceed our overall target of $5.99 billion for fiscal 2012, that begins July 1, 2011. Those who have been around a while tell me that this is the first time in memory that the state will spend less than we receive in revenue. There have been one time moneys that were used in the past to enable the state to spend more than it receives in revenue. These funds range from federal stimu- lus money to raiding vari- ous state trust funds, such as the Senior Living Trust Fund. We held firm on this goal even though the Democrats wanted to spend more on nearly ev- ery bill we passed. They believe that if the state has money it should be spent. This is in spite of the fact that the law requires us to keep about $600 million on hand for emergendes. This is sometimes referred to as the "rainy day fund." The rest of the money is left from the $700 million fed- eral stimulus money that the state received last year. We believe that this money should be returned to the taxpayers in the form of tax cuts. It happened that I was the only freshman legisla- tor to floor manage budget bills. The bills were for the Justice Systems, including the prisons, the Attorney General's Office, Home- land Security, the highway patrol, and a separate bill to fund the courts. These bills appropriated about $506 hundred million. I must say that when I first looked at the budgets passed last year to educate myself, it was a little over- whelming. However, I took my job seriously, as Vice Chair of the Justice Systems Appropriation Subcommittee, and by the end of the session, I was able to handle the bills on the floor, in the absence of the committee chair. Much has been written about a government shut- down if we failed to pass the appropriations bills by June 30. We are addressing that issue by passing a temporary appropriations bill to give the Governor time to go over the bills we have passed to see if he will sign them or perhaps item veto parts, and to cover the Human Services area in case we are late with that appropriation. The bill appropriates up to 1/12 of the total appropri- ated for the year to be spent in the month of July. Any money spent will be deducted from the total appropriation to be spent for the year. This is a very simple solution to the problem. You may recall that when pressed by re- porters, the Governor as- sured them he knew what he was doing, and had a plan in hi head, but it was not written down. 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