Board of Supervisors Meeting Minutes for November 3, 2022 Supervisor Wilmarth called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. Pledge of Allegiance was said. Roll call: Horton, Fitzgerald, Wilmarth and Bethany Murphy. Also present: Corey Leftwich, Rob Welch and Jarrod Hershberger.
Justin Savage joined the meeting.
Fitzgerald made a motion seconded by Horton to approve the minutes from the last meeting and the agenda for today with the addition of discussion and approval of changing the supervisor of the Environmental Services Director. Mc 3-0.
Rob Welch spoke that Apex is wanting to put up temporary meteorological towers to monitor the wind.
Horton reported on the Ambulance Board meeting he attended.
Kevin Worl joined the meeting.
Savage proposed hiring Brian Kelley for the position of Maintenance Laborer 2. Fitzgerald made a motion, seconded by Horton to approve the hiring of Brian Kelley for Maintenance Laborer 2. Mc 3-0.
The Board discussed the drug and alcohol policy and handbook revision for secondary roads to make it more clear. Horton made a motion seconded by Fitzgerald to approve the revision. Mc 3-0.
Fitzgerald made a motion seconded by Horton to approve the transfer of $480,698.00 to Secondary Roads which includes $40,14460 in Local Option Sales and Service Tax. Mc 3-0.
Justin Savage left the meeting.
The Board spoke with Kevin Worl from City of Bedford about the road in front of 203 Main Street as well as the curb. Worl will take the concerns to the Bedford City Council.
Crystal Drake and Sarah Guilliatt joined the meeting.
Drake and Guilliatt discussed the plans for the renovation of the Public Health office at 203 Main Street. They discussed changing some plan for cost effectiveness as well as the windows to be removed and added in the basement. Drake asked about adding a quote to the bid packet for a generator for $6,800.00. They then discussed storage of the new office furniture that has been purchased. They are looking into storage at the old Co-op in Blockton for $300.00 per month.
Josh Good joined the meeting to discuss the Solutions quote of $796.00 for the scanner maintenance agreements for the county scanners in most of the offices. There is also a quote of $161.69 for the software to allow scanned documents to be stored in Solutions. Fitzgerald made the motion seconded by Horton to approve the quotes for the scanner maintenance from Solutions. Mc 3-0.
Josh discussed adding additional email addresses and who will be paying for the additional email addresses. Josh also discussed the relocation of the server room, and the costs associated with that.
Horton made a motion seconded by Fitzgerald to approve the Resolution 2023-03 for the Green Lighting to be displayed in the courthouse from November 7th through November 13th. Mc 3-0.
Justin Savage joined the meeting.
Horton made a motion seconded by Fitzgerald to go into closed session under Iowa Code 21.5 1.i. Mc 3-0.
Fitzgerald made a motion seconded by Horton to come out of closed session. Mc 3-0.
The Board discussed the request from ISAC to participate in a soil compaction survey with a contribution of $600.00. Fitzgerald made a motion seconded by Horton to approve the request. Mc 3-0.
Horton made a motion to adjourn, seconded by Fitzgerald. Mc 3-0.
Pam Wilmarth, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors
Attest: Bethany Murphy, Auditor