May 12, 2022
Supervisor Wilmarth called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. The Board stood and said the pledge of
Roll call Supervisors: Horton, Fitzgerald, and Wilmarth and Auditor Bethany Murphy. Also, present
Justin Savage, JD King, Crystal Drake and Sarah Guilliatt.
Horton made a motion seconded by Fitzgerald to approve the agenda for today’s meeting and the
minutes to the last meeting. Motion carried 3-0
There were no public comments.
Horton reported on the DECAT meeting he attended.
Fitzgerald reported on the ATURA and Workforce Development meetings he attended.
Savage presented a quote for a 1999 crawler loader Ziegler for $23,000.00. This machine would be
used on bridge rehabilitation and weir projects. Fitzgerald made a motion seconded by Horton to
purchase the crawler loader for
$23,000.00. Motion carried 3-0.
Savage presented plans for the Marshall 17 bridge (the Conway Bridge) for approval. This would be
let this fall. Horton made a motion seconded by Fitzgerald to approve the specs for the Marshall 17
bridge. Motion carried 3-0.
Savage presented plans he has drawn up for the parking lot at the new Public Health Office behind
the building to allow the county vehicles to be parked off the street. This plan would be included
in the grant funds to get this work done.
Horton made the motion seconded by Fitzgerald to approve the cigarette/tobacco/nicotine/vapor
permit for Dollar General in Lenox. Motion carried 3-0.
Drake presented the architect proposal form Emswiler Architecture for $18,000.00 for the new Public
Health Office building. Horton made a motion seconded by Fitzgerald to approve the proposal from
Emswiler Architecture for
$18,000.00 to be paid from ARPA Funds. Motion carried 3-0.
The Board contacted Chris Roads Moving Company to move Public Health to the EMA Office. He quoted
$450.00 to complete the move. This move will take place on May 20, 2022.
Guilliatt updated the Board on the USDA Grant for the office furnishing. There will be an
additional hearing needed for this grant. The Board set the hearing for May 27 at 10:00 a.m.
The Board discussed the vacation chart brough forward last week by Justin Savage and Julie Robinson
that would allow employees to hit 3 weeks of vacation a year earlier than before. The change was
made to the new chart presented today. Horton made a motion seconded by Fitzgerald to approve the
vacation chart to be attached to the new employee handbook. Motion carried 2-1(Wilmarth nay).
The Board approved the claims to be paid.
Fitzgerald made a motion seconded by Wilmarth to adjourn the meeting. Motion carried 3-0. Pam
Wilmarth, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors
Attest: Bethany Murphy, Auditor
May 12, 2022