Power County Commission minutes for July

Published in The Power County Press Aug. 21, 2013.
POWER COUNTY
COMMISSIONER MINUTES
The Board of Power County Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, July 8th, 2013. Present were Commissioners Ron Funk and Delane Anderson. Also present were Power County Clerk Christine Steinlicht and Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen.
FISCAL YEAR 2012 BUDGET – PUBLIC HEARING: Commissioner Funk announced that it was the date and time scheduled for public hearing on Power County’s Fiscal Year 2012 budget. Following discussion with Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen, and in order to comply with the Supreme Court remand under Power County Case #CV-2011-248 and #CV-2011-279, it was moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, as follows:
• First, to nullify the Contract for Services dated September 26th, 2011, between Power County and Douglas J. Balfour, to provide legal services to Power County during Fiscal Year 2012.
• Second, to approve the Settlement Agreement and Mutual Release between Power County and Douglas J. Balfour, upon the condition that Mr. Balfour execute the Agreement as presented.
Carried.
Following public hearing and opportunity for questions, it was moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve Power County’s Fiscal Year 2012 Budget in the amount of $10,597,089, which does not include any amounts to be raised from property taxes greater than the amounts advertised, and to fully and finally fix 2012 year salaries for elected officials as follows:
Commissioner Chair Vicki Meadows – $22,010
Commissioner Ron Funk – $20,810
Commissioner Delane Anderson – $20,810
Assessor Douglas Glascock – $47,813
Clerk Christine Steinlicht – $47,813
Treasurer Deanna Curry – $47,813
Sheriff Jim Jeffries – $53,729
Prosecuting Attorney F. Randall Kline – $56,520
Coroner Mark Rose – $10,173
Carried. There being no further business to come before the Board on this matter, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to close public hearing. Carried.
POWER COUNTY TRANSFER STATION & LANDFILL – ENVIROUSA CONTRACT (RECYCLING): Commissioner Funk reported that he and Power County Transfer Station & Landfill Supervisor Craig Heward will be meeting with Jay Markle of EnviroUSA later this week to review the recycling provisions of the Agreement for Disposal of Solid Waste; accordingly, further consideration of this matter was tabled until August 12th, 2013.
POWER COUNTY SHERIFF – SEARCH & RESCUE (SALMON BARBEQUE): Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to donate the following items of County apparel to the Power County Search & Rescue for the silent auction being held in conjunction with their annual Salmon Barbeque:
Two stadium blankets
Two vests
Two ball caps
Two beverage coolers
Carried.
POWER COUNTY BUILDINGS & GROUNDS – STORAGE GARAGE (OVERHEAD DOORS): Following discussion with Power County Buildings & Grounds supervisor Gary Thomson, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to authorize Mr. Thomson to arrange for the overhead doors on the storage garage adjacent to the Power County Courthouse to be replaced. Carried.
POWER COUNTY BUILDINGS & GROUNDS – 507 BANNOCK AVENUE (PAINTING): Following discussion with Power County Buildings & Grounds Supervisor Gary Thomson, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to authorize Mr. Thomson to arrange for the patio area at the County’s residence located at 507 Bannock Avenue to be painted. Carried.
POWER COUNTY AMBULANCE DISTRICT: Moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to recess as Power County Board of Commissioners and reconvene as Power County Ambulance District Board. Carried.
AMBULANCE FEES – POWER COUNTY RESOLUTION #2013-08: Following a review of proposed Power County Resolution #2013-08, which establishes a fee schedule for ambulance services, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to publish Notice of Public Hearing and proposed Power County Resolution #2013-08 in the July 17th and 24th, 2013, editions of The Power County Press. Carried. Accordingly, further consideration of this matter was tabled until public hearing on Monday, July 29th, 2013, at 10:00 a.m.
Moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to recess as Power County Ambulance District Board and reconvene as Power County Board of Commissioners. Carried.
POWER COUNTY COMMISSIONER MINUTES: Moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve the Power County Commissioner Minutes for June 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 10th, 24th, 26th and 27th, 2013. Carried.
POWER COUNTY CLERK – FISCAL YEAR 2013 BALANCED BUDGET (I.C. #31-1603): Power County Clerk Chris Steinlicht appeared before the Commissioners pursuant to I.C. #31-1603, to present the Clerk’s balanced budget for fiscal year 2014. Following discussion, the Commissioners agreed to review the Clerk’s proposed budget and further consideration of this matter was tabled until July 29th, 2013.
ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSES (I.C. #23-903): Commissioner Funk announced that it was the date and time scheduled for the consideration of a number of 2013-2014 alcohol beverage licenses. There being no public objection, it was moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve the following alcohol beverage licenses:
#1 – George & Shirley Udy d/b/a Mr. Petrol’s Pantry for the sale of bottled or canned beer not to be consumed on the premises.
#2 – AE Sales, LLC d/b/a Jet Stop for the sale of bottled or canned beer not to be consumed on the premises.
#3 – Jackson’s Food Stores, Inc. d/b/a Jackson’s Food #70 for the sale of bottled or canned beer not to be consumed on the premises and retail wine.
#4 – MJR Investments, LLC d/b/a Dr. Unks Pour House for the sale of draught and bottled or canned beer to be consumed on the premises and retail liquor.
#5 – Lakeside Foods, Inc. d/b/a Ken’s Food Market for the sale of bottled or canned beer not to be consumed on the premises and retail wine.
#6 – Stanley & Floreen Thyberg d/b/a Idaho Unlimited for the sale of bottled or canned beer to be consumed on the premises.
Carried.
POWER SOIL CONSERVATION DISTRICT – IDAHO DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (GRANT – LETTER OF SUPPORT): Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to issue a letter supporting the Power Soil Conservation District’s “Rattlesnake Sediment and Nutrient Reduction Project” grant application to the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality. Carried.
CLAIMS: Moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve the claims as presented and supplemented. Carried.
Current Expense $ 33,674.48
Ambulance District 7,367.88
Abatement District 16,060.00
District Court 2,570.71
Justice Fund 21,363.97
Misdemeanor Probation/
Drug Court 322.21
Enhanced 911 Services 2,209.16
Indigent Services 4,270.00
Revaluation 962.50
Solid Waste 19,263.07
Weeds 1,954.74
Waterways 1,203.71
PILT 6,856.13
TAX CANCELLATION APPLICATION (I.C. #63-1302): Applicant appeared before the Board of Power County Commissioners to request that the property taxes, late penalty and interesting owing on Power County Parcel #RPA0992-00 be cancelled as provided by I.C. #63-1302. Also present was Power County Chief Deputy Assessor Mary Annen. Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to cancel all late fees and penalty owing on Power County Parcel #RPA0992-00 in the amount of $1,127.45, as well as $1,234.20 in taxes due, for a total cancellation of $2,361.65, upon the condition that applicant immediately pay the remaining balance owing of $3,500. Carried.
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION (I.C. #63-501): The Board of Commissioners then met as the Power County Board of Equalization pursuant to I.C. #63-501. Also present were Power County Chief Deputy Assessor Mary Annen and Power County’s independent appraiser Richard Hartley.
Applicant Steven R. Tolman’s Notice of Appeal came on for hearing before the Board of Equalization on Power County Parcel #RPC0275-00. Following a review of the application, testimony and exhibits presented, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to sustain the Power County Assessor’s amended value on Power County Parcel #RPC2075-00. Carried.
Applicant Veronica Ferreyra’s Notice of Appeal came on for hearing before the Board of Equalization on Power County Parcel #RPA0548-00. Following a review of the application, testimony and exhibits presented, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to sustain the Power County Assessor’s amended value on Power County Parcel #RPA0548-00. Carried.
Applicant Rosemary Bonnell’s Notice of Appeal came on for hearing before the Board of Equalization on Power County Parcel #RPD1178-07. Following a review of the application, testimony and exhibits presented, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to sustain the Power County Assessor’s amended value on Power County Parcel #RPD1178-07. Carried.
Applicant David Anderson’s Notice of Appeal came on for hearing before the Board of Equalization on Power County Parcel #RPB0132-00. Following a review of the application, testimony and exhibits presented, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to sustain the Power County Assessor’s value on Power County Parcel #RPB0132-00. Carried.
Applicant Susan Call’s Notice of Appeal came on for hearing before the Board of Equalization on Power County Parcel #RPD1467-04. Following a review of the application, testimony and exhibits presented, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to set market value of Parcel #RPD1467-04 at $175,000 ($3,125 for land/$171,875 buildings). Carried.
There being no further business to come before the Board of Equalization, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to adjourn the Power County Board of Equalization and to sustain all remaining market values set by Power County Assessor Douglas Glascock for the 2013 tax year. Carried.
EXECUTIVE SESSION (I.C. #67-2345): Moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to move into executive session pursuant to I.C. #67-2345 to consider records that are exempt from disclosure pursuant to Chapter 3, Title 9, Idaho Code, specifically indigent medical applications. Upon a call for the question, the following roll call vote was taken at 4:30 p.m.:
Commissioner Funk – Aye
Commissioner Anderson – Aye
Carried. Moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to adjourn from Executive Session at 4:50 p.m. to take final action and make final decisions. Upon a call for the question, the following roll call vote was taken:
Commissioner Funk – Aye
Commissioner Anderson – Aye
Carried.
INDIGENT CASE #2013-074-I: Moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to deny indigent medical application #2013-074-I. Carried.
INDIGENT CASE #2013-062-I: Moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve the payment of any and all emergency medical services provided to applicant in Indigent Case #2013-062-I from May 5th through May 12th, 2013, and emergency services provided on May 29th, 2013, with the understanding that any treatment received by applicant for an unrelated seizure disorder are hereby denied. Carried.
Adjourned.
RON FUNK, Commissioner
DELANE ANDERSON, Commissioner
CHRISTINE STEINLICHT, Clerk
POWER COUNTY
COMMISSIONER MINUTES
The Board of Power County Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, July 29th, 2013. Present were Commissioners Vicki Meadows, Chairman, Ron Funk and Delane Anderson. Also present were Power County Clerk Christine Steinlicht and Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan S. Petersen.
COMMISSIONER AGENDA (I.C. #67-2343): Following a review of I.C. #67-2343, and good cause appearing therefore, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to amend the July 29th, 2013, Commissioner Agenda to include the following items:
Junior College – Certificates of Residency
Power County Sheriff – Enhanced 911 Grant
Executive Session (I.C. #67-2345) – Personnel Issues
Power County Treasurer – Solid Waste Disposal Fee Refund (Parcel #RPD0768-00)
Carried.
POWER COUNTY RURAL ADDRESS SYSTEM – FORT HALL INDIAN RESERVATION (ENHANCED 911): The Commissioners reviewed the written request of the Fort Hall Business Counsel that Power County endorse the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes’ application to the Idaho Emergency Communications Commission to receive an enhanced 911 grant to provide an E-911 telephone system and related equipment within the boundaries of the Fort Hall Indian Reservation. Also present was Power County Sheriff Jim Jeffries, who expressed his concern that the Tribes’ proposed Rural Address System conflicts with Power County’s current Rural Address System and may ultimately be detrimental to the health, safety and welfare of the many non-tribal residents in that area when an E-911 emergency call is required. Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve and execute the letter to the Idaho Emergency Communications Commission requesting that the Shoshone Bannock Tribes’ grant application be denied, which was prepared by Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen. Carried.
POWER COUNTY CONFLICT PUBLIC DEFENDER – CONTRACT FOR SERVICES: Abe Luca of Eliasen Law Office appeared before the Commissioners to discuss the proposed contract for conflict public defender services between Power County and Eliasen Law Offices during the period October 1st, 2013, through September 30th, 2015. Following discussion with Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to convert the conflict public defender contract to an “hourly” rate rather than a “flat fee” contract rate. Carried. Prosecuting Attorney Petersen agreed to prepare an updated contract for the Commissioners consideration and further discussion of this matter was tabled until August 12th, 2013.
AMERICAN FALLS RURAL FIRE DISTRICT – EXTRICATION AGREEMENT: Following discussion with Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen, it was moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve and execute the Agreement for Extrication Services between Power County Emergency Medical Services and American Falls Rural Fire District for the period October 1st, 2013, through September 30th, 2014, as presented. Carried.
GERALD FEHRINGER YOUTH CENTER – LEASE AGREEMENT: Following discussion with Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen, the Commissioners agreed to schedule a meeting with the Gerald Fehringer Youth Center Board to discuss renewal of the Lease Agreement between Power County and American Falls Youth Ministry, Inc. d/b/a Gerald Fehringer Youth Center for the period October 1st, 2012, through September 30th, 2013; accordingly, further consideration of this matter was tabled until August 12th, 2013.
POWER COUNTY AMBULANCE DISTRICT: Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to recess as Power County Board of Commissioners and reconvene as Power County Ambulance District Board. Carried.
ENTRADA, INC. – AMBULANCE DISTRICT BILLINGS (ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE REPORT): Following a review of the accounts receivable report provided by Entrada, Inc., for the ambulance billing period ending June 30th, 2013, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve the report as presented in the amount of $72,282.09. Carried.
POWER COUNTY AMBULANCE DISTRICT – RESOLUTION #2013-08 (FEE SCHEDULE): Commissioner Meadows announced that it was the date and time scheduled for Public Hearing to provide interested individuals the opportunity to express their views, both orally and in writing, on proposed Power County Resolution #2013-08, which is a resolution regarding the setting of rates to be charged to individuals receiving ambulance services. Following a full reading of Resolution #2013-08, and there being no public objection, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve and execute Power County Resolution #2013-08 as presented and published. Carried.
POWER COUNTY ABATEMENT DISTRICT: Moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to recess as Power County Ambulance District Board and reconvene as Power County Abatement District Board. Carried.
MOSQUITO ABATEMENT – VECTOR DISEASE CONTROL INTERNATIONAL, INC.: Tim Bennett of Vector Disease Control International, Inc., appeared before the Commissioners to present the Mosquito Surveillance and Control Report for Power County for June, 2013.
Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to recess as Power County Abatement District Board and reconvene as Power County Board of Commissioners. Carried.
JUNIOR COLLEGE – CERTIFICATE OF RESIDENCY: Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve the Certificate of Residency submitted by the College of Southern Idaho. Carried.
POWER COUNTY ADULT MISDEMEANOR PROBATION – DISHION ENTERPRISES INCORPORATED (CONTRACT): Following discussion with Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen, the Commissioners agreed to schedule a meeting with Wade Dishion d/b/a Dishion Enterprises, Inc., to discuss renewal of the adult misdemeanor probation Contract between Power County and Dishion Enterprises, Inc., for the period October 1st, 2012, through September 30th, 2013; accordingly, further consideration of this matter was tabled until August 12th, 2013.
POWER COUNTY PROSECUTING ATTORNEY – APPOINTMENT OF SPECIAL COUNSEL CRAIG CHRISTENSEN (BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEY): Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen appeared before the Commissioners to report that Craig Christensen is still in the process of reviewing the proposed Resolution to accept appointment as special counsel to deal specifically with bankruptcy issues involving Power County as a creditor; accordingly, further consideration of this matter was tabled until August 26th, 2013.
POWER COUNTY PROSECUTING ATTORNEY – TREASPASS ORDINANCE: Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen appeared before the Commissioners to discuss implementing a general “trespass” ordinance within Power County to expand the Idaho Statute’s definition of “trespass” to address the concerns unique to Power County, which could include enhancements for subsequent penalties. Also present was Power County Sheriff Jim Jeffries, who concurred that the trespass ordinance as proposed could benefit the Power County Sheriff’s office when patrolling certain areas. Following discussion, the Commissioners suggested that Prosecutor Petersen prepare a proposed Ordinance and further consideration of this matter was tabled until August 26th, 2013.
POWER COUNTY SHERIFF – BOAT DOCK REGULATIONS (ORDINANCE): Power County Sheriff Jim Jeffries appeared before the Commissioners to review Power County Ordinance #2009-03, which is an ordinance to regulate and control the use of the public west side boat dock at the American Falls Reservoir, and specifically Article II, Section I of said ordinance prohibiting swimming within three hundred (300) feet of said boat dock. Following discussion, Sheriff Jeffries and the Commissioners agreed that the ordinance may need to be expanded to include other boat docks on the American Falls Reservoir and Snake River within Power County; accordingly, this matter was referred to Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Peterson to prepare a draft ordinance for the Commissioners consideration and further discussion of this matter was tabled until August 26th, 2013.
POWER COUNTY SHERIFF – TRI-COUNTY SHERIFFS’ ASSOCIATION (MUTUAL ASSISTANCE COMPACT): Following discussion with Power County Sheriff Jim Jeffries, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve and execute the Mutual Assistance Compact between Power, Bannock, Bear Lake, Bingham, Blaine, Bonneville, Butte, Caribou, Clark, Custer, Franklin, Fremont, Jefferson, Lemhi, Madison, Oneida and Teton Counties to permit the parties to cooperate to their mutual advantage by providing services and equipment during law enforcement emergencies. Carried.
POWER COUNTY SHERIFF – POWER COUNTY JAIL (ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORDS): Power County Sheriff Jim Jeffries appeared before the Commissioners to present a proposed Agreement between Power County and CorEMR, LLC, to provide computer hardware and electronic medical records software in connection with the provision of medical services to inmates at the Power County Jail. Following discussion, the Commissioners agreed to table further consideration of this matter until August 12th, 2013.
POWER COUNTY SHERIFF – ENHANCED 911 GRANT: Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve and execute the Idaho Emergency Communications Commission Grant Application in the amount of $98,885 to install and maintain an updated mapping system at the Power County Dispatch Center. Carried.
POWER COUNTY SHERIFF – JAIL REMODEL (ARCHITECT REPORT – WORK CHANGE ORDER): Power County Sheriff Jim Jeffries appeared before the Commissioners with Architect Lee Dille d/b/a Design Place, PLLC, to present the Architect’s monthly report on the Power County law enforcement building renovation project. Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve and execute the following Change Order prepared by Architect Lee Dille d/b/a Design Place, PLLC:
• Change Order #008 in the amount of $6,986.00
Carried.
POWER COUNTY BUILDINGS & GROUNDS – DOCTORS CLNIIC RENOVATION (SOUTHEAST IDAHO PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT): Lee Dille of Design Place, PLLC, appeared before the Commissioners to present an updated floor plan for renovation of the Southeast Idaho Public Health District facility located in the lower level of the Doctors Clinic. Following discussion, the Commissioners agreed to review the proposed plan with Dr. Dean Williams, and further consideration of this matter was tabled until August 12th, 2013.
POWER COUNTY FAIR – CITY OF AMERICAN FALLS (RELEASE/INDEMNITY AGREEMENT): Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve and execute the Release of Liability and Indemnity Agreement to the City of American Falls for the placement of five 300 gallon garbage cans at the Power County Fairgrounds during the Power County Fair, August 6th – 10th, 2013, which the City of American Falls has agreed to dump daily. Carried.
POWER COUNTY WATERWAYS – WEST RAMP RENOVATION PROJECT (FUNDING REQUEST): Commissioner Anderson presented a copy of a preliminary rendering of a proposed renovation project at the public west side boat dock at the American Falls Reservoir, which rendering was prepared by an architectural firm and is “to scale”. At the outset, Commissioner Meadows reported that involvement of the Power County Waterways Board, the Bureau of Reclamation, the Bannock County Waterways Board and the Power County/American Falls communities would be critical to determine whether the proposed project is viable and affordable prior to seeking grant funding or contributions. Commissioner Anderson reported that the Power County Waterways Board will be meeting on July 31th, 2013, to review the plan.
CLAIMS: Moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Meadows, to approve the claims as presented, amended and supplemented. Carried.
Current Expense $ 17,715.65
Ambulance District 3,900.71
District Court 2,600.71
Juvenile Justice 35,015.89
Misdemeanor Probation/
Drug Court 240.00
Enhanced 911 Services 2,102.10
Elections 37.75
Indigent 16,889.67
Junior College 500.00
Revaluation 550.06
Solid Waste 4,174.25
Weeds 14,925.82
Waterways 2,136.02
PILT 91,849.69
ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSES (I.C. #23-903): Commissioner Meadows announced that it was the date and time for the consideration of a number of alcohol beverage licenses. There being no public objection, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve the following 2013-2014 alcohol beverage licenses:
#7 – Bill L. Beck d/b/a Bill’s Pro Shop for the sale of bottled or canned beer to be consumed on the premises and retail wine.
#8 – American Legion Roland Evans Post #3 d/b/a Freddie’s Roadhouse for the sale of draught and bottled or canned beer to be consumed on the premises and retail liquor.
#9 – El Jaliciense, Inc. d/b/a Tres Hermanos for the sale of bottled or canned beer to be consumed on the premises.
#10 – El Jaliciense, Inc. d/b/a L&J Brothers for the sale of bottled or canned beer to be consumed on the premises.
#11 – Vernessa & Trent Rupe d/b/a Rupe’s Rockland Café for the sale of bottled or canned beer to be consumed on the premises and bottled or canned beer not to be consumed on the premises.
#12 – NCP International, Inc. d/b/a Pizza Hut #2140 for the sale of bottled or canned beer to be consumed on the premises.
#13 – CHS, Inc. d/b/a Bingham Cooperative for the sale of bottled or canned beer not to be consumed on the premises.
#14 – Jennifer Carroll d/b/a Willow Bay Marina & Café for the sale of bottled or canned beer to be consumed on the premises, bottled or canned beer not to be consumed on the premises and wine by the drink.
#15 – Randy Adams d/b/a Pocatello Trap Shooting Club, Inc., for the sale of bottled or canned beer to be consumed on the premises.
Carried.
POWER COUNTY BUILDINGS & GROUNDS – COURTHOUSE ANNEX (PARKING LOT): Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve the quote submitted by Eagle Rock Excavation in the amount of $24,914.60 to remove old asphalt and repave the parking area at the Power County Courthouse Annex. Carried. Following discussion, the Commissioners agreed that Power County Buildings & Grounds Maintenance Supervisor Gary Thomson should coordinate the Power County SCILD Crew to stripe paint the parking area.
POWER COUNTY BUILDINGS & GROUNDS – 569 BANNOCK AVENUE (DRIVEWAY REPAIRS): Following discussion, the Commissioners agreed that the driveway located at the County’s property at 569 Bannock Avenue will not be repaired at this time.
POWER COUNTY FAIRBOARD – PROPERTY IMPROVEMENTS: Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, approve the quote submitted by BGM Builders in the amount of $6,500 to replace several concrete slabs at the Power County Fairgrounds, to be paid from PILT Property Improvements. Carried.
POWER COUNTY BUILDINGS & GROUNDS – COURTHOUSE ANNEX (TREE REMOVAL/REPLALCEMENT): Commissioner Anderson reported that the Power County Historical Society will meet on Thursday, August 8th, 2013, and may be submitting a request that trees be planted on the Power County Courthouse Annex grounds to replace the trees that were removed.
EXECUTIVE SESSION (I.C. #67-2345)(1)(b): Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to move into executive session pursuant to I.C. #67-2345(1)(b) to consider the evaluation, dismissal or disciplining of, or to hear complaints or charges brought against, a public officer, employee or staff member. Upon a call for the question, the following roll call vote was taken at 1:30 o’clock p.m.:
Commissioner Meadows – Aye
Commissioner Funk – Aye
Commissioner Anderson – Aye
Carried. The Commissioner reconvened at 2:00 o’clock p.m., at which time it was moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to adjourn from executive session with the understanding that no decisions, determinations, actions, votes or final dispositions need be recorded as a result of this executive session. Upon a call for the question, the following roll call vote was taken:
Commissioner Meadows – Aye
Commissioner Funk – Aye
Commissioner Anderson – Aye
Carried.
POWER COUNTY TREASURER – MONTHLY REPORT (I.C. #31-2113): Power County Treasurer Deanna Curry appeared before the Commissioners pursuant to I.C. #31-2113 to present her Statement of Treasurer’s Cash for the period ending June 30th, 2013. Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve Treasurer’s Report as presented. Carried.
POWER COUNTY TREASURER – ORDERS FOR CANCELLATION OF TAXES: Following discussion with Power County Treasurer Deanna Curry, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve and execute the Orders for Cancellation of Taxes in the amount of $4,840.58 and $60.06 as presented. Carried.
POWER COUNTY TREASURER – SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL FEE REFUND: Following discussion with Power County Treasurer Deanna Curry, it was moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Meadows, to refund the $60.00 solid waste disposal fee assessed and paid on Power County Parcel #RPD0768-00. Carried.
POWER COUNTY CLERK/TREASURER – JOINT QUARTERLY REPORT (I.C. #31-2306): Power County Clerk Christine Steinlicht and Treasurer Deanna Curry appeared before the Commissioners pursuant to I.C. #31-2306 to present their Joint Quarterly Report for the period ending June 30th, 2013. Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve the Joint Quarterly Report as presented. Carried.
POWER COUNTY CLERK – QUARTERLY FINANCIAL REPORT (I.C. #31-1611): Power County Clerk Christine Steinlicht appeared before the Commissioners pursuant to I.C. #31-1611 to present her quarterly financial reports for the period ending June 30th, 2013. Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve the Clerk’s report as presented. Carried.
POWER COUNTY CLERK – FISCAL YEAR 2013 BUDGET (FINAL FOR PUBLICATION): Following discussion with Power County Clerk Christine Steinlicht, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to publish Notice of Public Hearing on Power County’s final proposed budget for fiscal year 2014 in the August 14th and 21st, 2013, editions of The Power County Press. Carried. Further consideration of this matter was tabled until the public budget hearing scheduled for August 26th, 2013, at 5:30 p.m.
EXECUTIVE SESSION (I.C. #67-2345): Moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to move into executive session pursuant to I.C. #67-2345 to consider records that are exempt from disclosure pursuant to Chapter 3, Title 9, Idaho Code, specifically indigent medical applications. Upon a call for the question, the following roll call vote was taken at 3:15 p.m.:
Commissioner Meadows – Aye
Commissioner Funk – Aye
Commissioner Anderson – Aye
Carried. Moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to adjourn from Executive Session at 3:35 p.m. to take final action and make final decisions. Upon a call for the question, the following roll call vote was taken:
Commissioner Meadows – Aye
Commissioner Funk – Aye
Commissioner Anderson – Aye
Carried.
INDIGENT CASE #2013-71-I: Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to deny indigent medical application #2013-71-I, since the application was processed as incomplete as provided by I.C. #31-3505(A). Carried.
INDIGENT CASE #2013-85-I: Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to deny indigent medical application #2013-85-I, since Power County is not the obligated County as provided by I.C. #31-3506(2)(A). Carried.
INDIGENT CASE #2013-73-I: Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve indigent medical application #2013-73-I. Carried.
INDIGENT CASE #2013-70-I: Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve the payment of emergent medical services provided applicant to the “point of stabilization” only, which services were rendered on May 5th, 2013, in the amount of $1,124.00; but to deny any and all other medical services under indigent medical application #2013-70-I, since the balance of the application was processed as incomplete as provided by I.C. #31-3505(A), since the balance of medical services provided were not “emergent” in nature as provided by I.C. #67-7902(I), and since the applicant failed to provide proof that applicant is lawfully present in the United States prior to the receipt of public benefits as provided by Legislative Findings and I.C. #69-7901(1). Carried.
TAX CANCELLATION APPLICATION (I.C. #63-1302): Applicant appeared before the Board of Power County Commissioners to request that the property taxes, late penalty and interesting owing on Power County Parcels #PPD0831-03, #PPY0061-00, #RPD0830-03 and #RPD0831-00 be cancelled as provided by I.C. #63-1302. Also present was Power County Treasurer Deanna Curry. Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to cancel one-half of all property taxes, late fees and penalty currently owing on said parcels in the amount of $671.83, upon the condition that applicant immediately pay the remaining balance owing of $681.73. Carried.
QUARTERLY JAIL INSPECTION (I.C. #20-622): The Commissioners then conducted their quarterly inspection of the Power County Jail and related facilities as provided by I.C. #20-622.
Adjourned.
VICKI MEADOWS, Chairman
CHRISTINE STEINLICHT, Clerk

 

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