Minutes - 7/13/2010

JULY 13, 2010 — TWENTY-EIGHTH MEETING OF THE WOODBURY COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

 

The Board of Supervisors met on Tuesday, July 13, 2010 at 9:00 a.m.  Board members present were Boykin, Clausen, Monson, Smith, and Walish.  Staff members present were Karen James, Board Administrative Coordinator, Loan Hensley, Assistant County Attorney, and Patrick F. Gill, Auditor/ Clerk to the Board.

 

The Claims were approved as presented.  Copy filed.

 

The meeting was called to order.

 

Motion by Monson second by Walish to approve the minutes of the July 6, 2010 Board meeting.  Carried 5-0.  Copy filed.

 

The Board approved the reclassification of Lisa M. Donley, Payroll/Claims Clerk II, County Auditor Dept., $17.21/hour, effective 07/20/2010.  Per AFSCME Courthouse contract agreement, from Grade 3, Step 4 to Grade 3, Step 5.  Copy filed.

 

The Board approved the appointment of Joshua D. Widman, Assistant County Attorney (Civil), County Attorney Dept., $50,350/year, effective 7/26/2010.  Job vacancy posted 04/21/2010.  Salary range: $47,931-$55,431/year.  Copy filed.

 

Motion by Clausen second by Smith to receive as submitted the semi-annual report of funds in the hands of the Woodbury County Treasurer at close of business 06/30/2010.  Carried 5-0.  Copy filed.

 

The Board discussed Articles of Agreement for grant #2009-SST-T9-0034-07 (National Infrastructure Protection Program Investment) with Gene Nitzschke, Homeland Security Director.

 

Motion by Monson second by Walish to approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the Articles of Agreement for grant #2009-SST-T9-0034-07 (National Infrastructure Protection Program Investment)  per recommendation of the Homeland Security Director.  Carried 5-0.  Copy filed.

 

The Board discussed Articles of Agreement for grant #2009-SST-T9-0034-07a (Intelligence and Information Sharing Investment) with the Homeland Security Director.

 

Motion by Clausen second by Monson to approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the Articles of Agreement for grant #2009-SST-T9-0034-07a (Intelligence and Information Sharing Investment)  per recommendation of the Homeland Security Director.  Carried 5-0.  Copy filed.

 

Motion by Walish second by Smith to approve and receive for signatures, the fiscal year 2011 appropriations Resolution.  Carried 5-0.

 

Woodbury County, Iowa

Appropriation Resolution

For Fiscal Year 2011

Resolution #10,687

 

Whereas, it is desired to make appropriations for each Service Area and Program Activity of County Government for the Fiscal Year 2011, beginning July 1, 2010, and

 

Now, therefore, be it resolved by the Woodbury County Board of Supervisors that the amounts detailed by Service Area on the Adopted FY 2011 Woodbury County Budget Summary Form 638-R constitute the authorization to make expenditures from the County's funds beginning July 1, 2010 and continuing until June 30, 2011, and

 

Furthermore, this Appropriation Resolution extends the spending authority of each County Program Activity to the amount appropriated to it as follows:

Fund/Dept/                        Fund/Dept/                       Fund/Dept/                       Fund/Dept/
Division          Amount       Division         Amount       Division             Amount    Division             Amount

001-0031       20,000       001-1001     993,742       001-1011        617,314    001-1015         227,061

001-1051  4,011,165       001-1052     903,430       001-1061        942,629    001-1063         382,955

001-1064                0       001-1065       87,762       001-1101     1,575,142    001-1103           90,576

001-1104     542,807       001-1111       90,000       001-3041     2,018,516    001-3101         168,500

001-3102       27,500       001-3112     211,700       001-3201        152,713    001-3211           75,000

001-3305       71,097       001-3403         5,700       001-3404          12,000    001-3405           10,688

001-3406       34,000       001-3407       11,052       001-3409            2,000    001-6101         310,404

001-6111     824,049       001-6113     264,114       001-6121          49,400    001-6421           18,000

001-8101     984,520       001-8111     495,633       001-9001        437,005    001-9002         154,307

001-9003     184,393       001-9006         8,464       001-9007        175,728    001-9011         359,567

001-9021     575,413       001-9032       12,700       001-9034          64,000    001-9101         900,293

001-9102     399,988       001-9103     299,545       001-9105          34,000    001-9107         712,000

001-9108       12,250       001-9111  1,211,615       001-9112        521,686    002-1211         518,029

002-1402       24,000       002-1422     594,815       002-1501          26,725    002-1621         215,000

002-3301  1,694,789       002-3302     695,497       002-3304          19,129    002-3311         204,630

002-3501     193,711       002-8001     345,624       002-8002        180,245    002-8011                    0

002-8012                0       002-8013                0       002-8014                   0    002-9003           77,575

002-9202  1,000,000       003-0227     386,474       005-1061        107,500    005-6101           90,000

005-9111     110,000       110-4000  1,488,500       110-4100     3,314,969    110-4200      6,997,914

110-4300     230,500       111-1002     700,186       111-6011          71,251    111-6021         193,413

111-6115       30,000       111-6201         6,270       111-6301        148,616    111-8021             5,300

113-8112     213,383       114-8112       15,000       220-0200     1,800,000    220-7000      7,138,768

220-9003      22,337        229-1212     158,696       231-0221        331,299    259-1211             9,415

261-6401    175,482        266-6101       75,000       274-1101          30,000    278-1066           20,000

280-1006       5,000         448-0101       63,000       448-0102        240,000    448-0103           80,000

448-0104   160,000         448-0108     160,000       448-0109        100,000    448-0111           26,550

448-0112     39,000         448-0113         7,680       448-0114          16,800    448-0118             6,400

448-0119     10,000         658-4211         5,000       667-6101        850,000    667-6102             3,500

667-6103     34,260

Accordingly, until such time as a Service Area is identified as progressing to a spending level challenging its appropriation, a budget amendment per 331.435 will not be implemented,

 

However, should a Program Activity approach a spending level challenging its appropriation level, and the Service Area continues balanced, the Board of Supervisors will be requested to increase the Program's spending authority by resolving to permit such, and,

 

Additionally, the Board of Supervisors may be requested to decrease a Program's appropriation by 10% or $5,000, whichever is greater, to appropriate a like amount to a Program Activity requesting same: 331.434 sub 6 will govern actions in this regard.

 

The above and foregoing resolution was adopted by the Board of Supervisors of Woodbury County on July 13th, 2010.

 

WOODBURY COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

Copy filed.

 

Motion by Smith second by Monson to approve and authorize the Chairman to sign a Resolution in support of I-Jobs II grant applications, per recommendation of Planning and Zoning Director John Pylelo, and Conservation Director Rick Schneider.  Carried 5-0.

 

RESOLUTION #10,688

 RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF I-JOBS II GRANT APPLICATION

 

WHEREAS, that during the 2010 Legislative Session, the Iowa Legislature enacted Senate File 2389 (the “Act”), creating the I-Jobs II Program and providing for I-Jobs grant funding to assist in the development and completion of public construction projects relating to disaster prevention; and

 

WHEREAS, the Act also created new chapter 18B of the Iowa Code, which provides, inter alia, that local governments shall consider and may apply certain planning principles, denominated by the Act as “Smart Planning Principles” during the deliberation of all appropriate planning, zoning, development, and resource management decisions; and

 

WHEREAS, pursuant to Sec. 88 of the Act, only cities or counties that apply “smart planning principles and guidelines pursuant to sections 18B.1 and 18B.2, …, may submit an application to the Iowa jobs board for financial assistance for a local infrastructure competitive grant for an eligible project under the program’; and

 

WHEREAS, Woodbury County, Iowa desires or may desire to apply for I-Jobs II grant funding for one or more eligible projects within the County, to wit:

 

Woodbury County Conservation Commission – Tornado shelter upgrade to restroom facility.

Woodbury County Engineer/Secondary Roads - Tornado shelter addition to existing facility.

 

NOW THEREFORE, Woodbury County, Iowa hereby resolves as follows:

 

The County shall promptly perform a review to determine the potential advantages and disadvantages to the County of amending its comprehensive plan utilizing Smart Planning Principles in conformance with the Act.
 

In the event the County is awarded one or more grants under the Iowa Jobs II local infrastructure competitive grant program pursuant to the Act, the County shall complete the amendment of its comprehensive plan utilizing smart planning principles in conformance with new chapter 18B within three years of the award of such grant(s).
 

Passed and approved this 13th day of July, 2010.

WOODBURY COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

Copy filed.

 

Motion by Walish second by Monson to approve a contract and bond for project #BRS-CO97(101)—60-97, per recommendation of County Engineer Mark Nahra.  Carried 5-0.

 

The Board discussed a roadway curve at 5960 Stone Avenue with the County Engineer.

 

Motion by Monson second by Smith to approve and receive for signatures, a resolution approving the “Investing In Woodbury County” loan program, per recommendation of Rob Marqusee, Rural Economic Development Director.  Mr. Monson asked to withdraw the motion if there were no objections.  There was no objection.

 

Motion by Monson second by Smith to postpone for one week action to approve and receive for signatures, a resolution approving the “Investing In Woodbury County” loan program.  Carried 5-0

 

Motion by Monson second by Smith to approve and authorize the Chairman to sign Memorandum of Understanding between Woodbury County and the cities of Sergeant Bluff and Salix, regarding the development of Liberty Industrial Park, per recommendation of the Rural Economic Development Director.  Carried 5-0.  Copy filed.

 

The Board reviewed recommendations for members of the Prevention Commission.

 

Motion by Walish second by Smith to appoint Dr. Jerome Pierson, Susan Barta, Monique Scarlett, Mike McTaggart and Mark Monson to the Prevention Commission for Youth at Risk.  Carried 5-0.

 

The Chairman asked if there were any individuals or groups wishing to make a presentation of items not on the agenda, or Supervisors concerns.

 

Todd Trobaugh, CWA, Rhonda Capron and Judy Darwin addressed the Board about a policy recently passed restricting the use of county equipment for personal use. 

 

The Board adjourned the regular meeting until July 20, 2010.


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