Power County Commission minutes for August

Published in The Power County Press Sept. 18, 2013.POWER COUNTYCOMMISSIONER MINUTES The Board of Power County Commissioners met in special session on Wednesday, August 7th, 2013. Present were Commissioners Vicki Meadows and Ron Funk. Also present was Power County Clerk Christine Steinlicht. ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE (I.C. #23-903): Commissioner Meadows announced that it was the date and time scheduled for the consideration of an alcohol beverage license. There being no public objection, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Meadows, to approve the following 2013-2014 alcohol beverage license: #16 – Pocatello Raceway, LLC d/b/a Pocatello Raceway for the sale of bottled or canned beer to be consumed on the premises.Carried.Adjourned.VICKI MEADOWS, ChairmanCHRISTINE STEINLICHT, ClerkPOWER COUNTYCOMMISSIONER MINUTES The Board of Power County Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, August 12th, 2013. Present were Commissioners Vicki Meadows, Chairman, Ron Funk and Delane Anderson. Also present was Power County Clerk Christine Steinlicht. 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 August 12th, 2013, Commissioner Agenda to include the following item: City of American Falls – Community Choices for Idaho Grant (Letter of Support)Carried. CITY OF AMERICAN FALLS – COMMUNITY CHOICES FOR IDAHO GRANT (LETTER OF SUPPORT): Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to issue a letter supporting the City of American Falls’ application for funding through the Community Choices for Idaho Program to complete the City’s downtown revitalization project.  Carried. GERALD FEHRINGER YOUTH CENTER – LEASE AGREEMENT: Gerald Fehringer Youth Center Board members Robert Schreiber, Gerald Fehringer, Mary Annen, Tim Mauch and Jennifer Rupp appeared before the Commissioners 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, 2013, through September 30th, 2014. At the outset, the Youth Center Board presented the Commissioners with a copy of the Center’s Certificate of Insurance issued through Western Heritage Insurance Company and requested that the Commissioners consider a five-year lease agreement rather than year-to-year. Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Meadows, to extend the lease agreement between Power County and American Falls Youth Ministry, Inc., d/b/a Gerald Fehringer Youth Center for an additional one year period, October 1st, 2013, through September 30th, 2014, and include a provision that tenant shall maintain liability insurance on the premises and provide proof thereof annually. Carried. POWER COUNTY BUILDING & GROUNDS – DOCTORS CLINIC LEASE (DR. BRANDON WILDE): The Commissioners reviewed the Partial Power County Medical Clinic Lease Agreement between Power County and David K. Croshaw d/b/a Valley Foot & Ankle Clinic, to lease a portion of the Doctors Clinic in the amount of $550.00 per month, which lease expires on August 31st, 2013. Following discussion, the Commissioners agreed to refer this matter to Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen to prepare an updated Lease Agreement; accordingly, further consideration of this matter was tabled until August 26th, 2013. POWER COUNTY TRANSFER STATION & LANDFILL – ENVIROUSA (SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL CONTRACT): Power County Transfer Station & Landfill Supervisor Craig Heward appeared before the Commissioners to introduce Heather Crabtree who has been assigned by EnviroUSA to manage Power County’s Agreement for disposal of solid waste. Following discussion, the Commissioners and Mr. Heward agreed to continue their campaign to educate the public regarding the proper use of the recycling bins situated throughout Power County. POWER COUNTY TRANSFER STATION & LANDFILL – CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENTS (DESTROY): Commissioner Anderson reported that he had received a citizen’s request that Power County consider providing a secure means to allow members of the public to destroy personal records that contain confidential or sensitive information. Following discussion, Commissioner Funk agreed to make contact with the concerned citizen to discuss this matter further. 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 July 30th, 2013, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve the report as presented in the amount of $74,325.96. Carried. EXECUTIVE SESSION (I.C. #67-2345): Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, 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 Power County Ambulance District patient accounts. Upon a call for the question, the following roll call vote was taken at 9:45 a.m.: Commissioner Meadows – Aye Commissioner Funk – Aye Commissioner Anderson – AyeCarried. Moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to adjourn from Executive Session at 10:00 a.m. 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 – AyeCarried. POWER COUNTY BUILDING & GROUNDS – SNOW REMOVAL: The Commissioners reviewed the quote received for snow removal at the Power County Courthouse, Annex and Sheriff’s office during the 2013-2014 winter season. Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Meadows, to approve and accept the quote submitted by ABC Snow Removal in the amount of $275.00 per service. Carried. POWER COUNTY BUILDING & GROUNDS – COURTHOUSE (AIR CONDITIONER REPAIRS): Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve the quote submitted by Sierra Heating & Cooling, in the amount of $5,370 to install heating and cooling systems in the Power County Treasurer’s Office and Juvenile Probation Department, to be paid from PILT property improvements. Carried. POWER/CASSIA REGIONAL SNOWMOBILE GROOMING BOARD – HOUTZ CANYON PARKING LOT: Commissioner Anderson reported that the Power/Cassia Regional Snowmobile Grooming Board recently completed a grading and gravel project at the Houtz Canyon parking lot, to be paid via a grant from Cassia County in the amount of $3,000. Commissioner Anderson further reported that the grooming board intends to continue making improvements to the Houtz Canyon parking area. COMMISSIONER MINUTES: Moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve the Power County Commissioner Minutes for July 8th and 29th, 2013. Carried. JUNIOR COLLEGE – CERTIFICATES OF RESIDENCY: Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve the Certificates of Residency submitted by the College of Southern Idaho. Carried. POWER COUNTY COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE (UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO) – FISCAL YEAR 2014 BUDGET REQUEST CERTIFICATION: Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve and certify the fiscal year 2014 budget request to the University of Idaho for the Power County Cooperative Extension Service as presented. Carried. POWER COUNTY ADULT MISDEMEANOR PROBATION – CONTRACT FOR SERVICES (DISHION ENTERPRISES): Wade Dishion of Dishion Enterprises Incorporated appeared before the Commissioners via speaker telephone to review the Power County Contract to provide adult misdemeanor probation services to Power County, which contract remains in effect unless terminated by either party upon thirty (30) days written notice. Following discussion, the Commissioners and Mr. Dishion agreed that no changes to the contract need be considered at this time and that future monthly reports should be submitted via e-mail or fax to the Power County Clerk. 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 10:45 a.m.: Commissioner Meadows – Aye Commissioner Funk – Aye Commissioner Anderson – AyeCarried. Moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to adjourn from Executive Session at 11:00 a.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 – AyeCarried. INDIGENT CASE #2013-87-I: Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve Power County Indigent Case #2013-87-I. Carried. POWER COUNTY SHERIFF – STATE OF IDAHO (DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & WELFARE) – CONTRACT AMENDMENT: Following discussion with Power County Sheriff Jim Jeffries, it was moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Meadows, to approve and execute the State of Idaho’s Contract Amendment #WC073800-1 to increase the maximum contract amount to $16,500 for civil process services provided by the Power County Sheriff’s office to the Idaho Department of Health & Welfare. Carried. POWER COUNTY SHERIFF – ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORDS (INMATES): Following discussion with Power County Sheriff Jim Jeffries, the Commissioners agreed to table further consideration of this matter until August 26th, 2013. POWER COUNTY SHERIFF – JAIL REMODEL (ARCHITECT REPORT): 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. POWER COUNTY BUILDINGS & GROUNDS – DOCTORS CLINIC (SOUTHEAST IDAHO PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT): Architect Lee Dille d/b/a Design Place, PLLC, appeared before the Commissioners to present his preliminary cost analysis to renovate the Southeast Idaho Public Health District facility located in the lower level of the Doctors Clinic in the amount of $236,000. Commissioner Meadows reported that she had discussed the proposed plan with Dr. Dean Williams, and specifically the storage area for medical records. Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to accept the preliminary cost proposal as presented and authorize Architect Dille to proceed with the bid process, with the understanding that any and all bids may be rejected. Upon a call for the question, the following roll call vote was taken: Commissioner Meadows – Aye Commissioner Funk – Aye Commissioner Anderson – AyeCarried. CLAIMS: Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve the claims as presented. Carried.Current Expense $ 20,222.97Ambulance District 4,777.15Abatement District 16,060.00District Court 2,746.43Justice Fund 19,597.42Misdemeanor Probation/Drug Court 554.09Enhanced 911 Services 329.60Elections 380.38Indigent 8,178.89Revaluation 9,256.99Solid Waste 1,298.32Weeds 3,788.92Waterways 1,069.23PILT 10,569.91 Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve the subsequent claims approval report as presented. Carried. Commissioner Anderson abstained.Tort $  1,000.00 POWER COUNTY CONFLICT PUBLIC DEFENDER – CONTRACT: Following discussion with Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen, and a review of I.C. #19-860 regarding the appointment of public defenders, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to publish a call for bids for conflict public defender services in the August 21st and 28th, 2013, editions in The Power County Press with bids to be accepted until 5:00 p.m. on Friday, September 6th, 2013. Carried. The Commissioners agreed to table further consideration of this matter was tabled until Monday, September 9th, 2013. EXECUTIVE SESSION (I.C. #67-2345): At the request of Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen, it was 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. Upon a call for the question, the following roll call vote was taken at 1:00 p.m.: Commissioner Meadows – Aye Commissioner Funk – Aye Commissioner Anderson – AyeCarried. Moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to adjourn from Executive Session at 1:30 p.m. 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 – AyeCarried.Adjourned.VICKI MEADOWS, CommissionerCHRISTINE STEINLICHT, ClerkPOWER COUNTYCOMMISSIONER MINUTES The Board of Power County Commissioners met in special session on Tuesday, August 20th, 2013. Present were Commissioners Ron Funk and Delane Anderson. Also present was Power County Deputy Clerk Linda Annen. ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE (I.C. #23-903): Commissioner Funk announced that it was the date and time scheduled for the consideration of an alcohol beverage license. There being no public objection, it was moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve and reissue the following 2013-2014 alcohol beverage license: #8 – Freddie Roads 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.Carried.Adjourned.RON FUNK, CommissionerDELANE ANDERSON, CommissionerLINDA ANNEN, Deputy ClerkPOWER COUNTYCOMMISSIONER MINUTES The Board of Power County Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, August 26th, 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 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 August 26th, 2013, Commissioner Agenda to include the following item: Junior College – Certificates of ResidencyCarried. JUNIOR COLLEGE – CERTIFICATES OF RESIDENCY: Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve the Certificates of Residency for the College of Southern Idaho. Carried. POWER COUNTY DISTRICT COURT – CERTIFIED COURT INTERPRETER: Power County District Court’s certified language interpreter Jerry Cuevas appeared before the Commissioners to report that he has taken a position elsewhere and will be leaving Power County. Mr. Cuevas then introduced and recommended Noe Espinoza to serve as Power County District Court’s language interpreter. Following discussion with Clerk of the District Court Chris Steinlicht and Magistrate Judge Paul Laggis, the Commissioners agreed to allow Mr. Cuevas to mentor Mr. Espinoza during the training and transition process. POWER COUNTY PROSECUTING ATTORNEY – APPOINTMENT OF SPECIAL COUNSEL (POWER COUNTY RESOLUTION #2013-10): Following discussion with Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan  Petersen, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve and execute Power County Resolution #2013-10, which is a resolution to appoint Craig Christensen as Special Prosecutor to represent Power County’s creditor interests in bankruptcy proceedings, upon the condition that Mr. Christensen accept such appointment. Carried. POWER COUNTY PROSECUTING ATTORNEY – TRESPASS (POWER COUNTY ORDINANCE #2013-03): Following discussion with Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen, it was moved by Commissioners Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to publish proposed Power County Trespass Ordinance #2013-03, which is an ordinance to grant the Power County Sheriff’s office and landowners greater flexibility in protecting property rights, in the September 4th, 2013, edition of The Power County Press and to schedule public hearing on said Ordinance on Monday, September 9th, 2013, at 9:30 a.m. in the Commissioners meeting room at the Power County Courthouse. Carried. POWER COUNTY SHERIFF – BOAT DOCK REGULATIONS (ORDINANCE):  Following discussion with Power County Sheriff Jim Jeffries and Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen, the Commissioners agreed to table further consideration of this matter until September 23rd, 2013, to allow for further review of Idaho’s safe boating laws. GERALD FEHRINGER YOUTH CENTER – LEASE AGREEMENT: Following discussion with Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen, the Commissioners agreed to schedule a follow up 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 September 9th, 2013. POWER COUNTY BUILDING & GROUNDS – DOCTOR CLINIC LEASE (VALLEY FOOT & ANKLE): Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen appeared before the Commissioners to present a proposed Partial Power County Medical Clinic Lease Agreement between Power County and Valley Foot & Ankle for the period September 1st, 2013, through September 30th, 2014, and contains an automatic renewal provision unless either party gives fourteen (14) days written notice. Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve the Partial Power County Medical Lease Agreement as presented, upon the condition that said agreement is fully executed by all parties thereto. Carried. POWER COUNTY AIRPORT – NON-COMMERCIAL LEASE AGREEMENT (HAYES RUDOLPH): Following discussion with Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve and execute the Lease Termination Agreement between Power County and Hayes Rudolph to immediately terminate that Non-Commercial Airport Lease executed between the parties on January 1st, 2012. Carried. Prosecutor Petersen then reported that Dave Savage d/b/a Savage Air Service is in the process of purchasing the hangar from Rudolph and will be requesting a lease arrangement with Power County; accordingly, further consideration of this matter was tabled until September 9th, 2013. POWER COUNTY SHERIFF – ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORDS (POWER COUNTY JAIL): Following discussion with Power County Sheriff Jim Jeffries and Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen, further consideration of this matter was tabled until September 9th, 2013. POWER COUNTY SHERIFF – SPIKE STRIPS: Power County Sheriff Jim Jeffries appeared before the Commissioners to request that he be allowed to purchase five sets of spike strips to stop fleeing vehicles, which will be placed in patrol vehicles for immediate use. Following discussion, the Commissioners agreed to authorize the purchase of the spike strips in the total amount of $2,325 to be paid from the Sheriff’s Reserve Contingency line in the Justice Fund. POWER COUNTY ABATEMENT DISTRICT: Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to recess as Power County Board of Commissioners 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 July, 2013. Moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to recess as Power County Abatement District Board and reconvene as Power County Board of Commissioners. Carried. POWER COUNTY SHERIFF – JAIL REMODEL (ARCHITECT REPORT): Power County Deputy Sheriff Max Sprague 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. 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 monthly report for the period ending July 31st, 2013. Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve the Treasurer’s report as presented. Carried. POWER COUNTY TREASURER – ORDER FOR CANCELLATION OF TAXES: Following discussion with Power County Treasurer Deanna Curry, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve the Order for Cancellation of Taxes in the amount of $16.82, as presented. Carried. POWER COUNTY TREASURER – TAX DEEDS: Power County Treasurer Deanna Curry appeared before the Commissioners to present a copy of the Tax Deed prepared on Power County Parcel #RPD0355-01. Following discussion with Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen and a review of I.C. #63-1006 and #63-1008, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to authorize Power County Treasurer Deanna Curry to immediately execute and record Power County’s Tax Deed on Parcel #RPD0355-01. Carried. CLAIMS: Moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve the claims as presented, amended and supplemented. Carried.Current Expense $ 10,791.10Ambulance District 1,706.60District Court 3,307.06Justice Fund 47,696.66Misdemeanor Probation/Drug Court 500.00Enhanced 911 544.55Indigent 10, 089.75Revaluation 2,346.71Solid Waste 16,890.89Weeds 1,656.42Waterways 1,838.75PILT 7,794.95 Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve the subsequent claims approval report as presented. Carried. Commissioner Anderson abstained.Tort $861.00 BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT – CRATERS OF THE MOON NATIONAL MONUMENT (ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT – COOPERATING AGENCY): Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve and execute the following documents:• Power County Resolution #2013-09, which is a resolution that Power County shall participate as a cooperating agency in the Bureau of Land Management’s process for an Environmental Impact Statement to amend the Management Plan of the Craters of the Moon National Monument.• Memorandum of Understanding between the United States Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management and Power County as Cooperating Agencies in the Plan Amendment EIS process.Carried. 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 Commissioners agreed that Clerk Steinlicht should be excused from the executive session and the following roll call vote was taken at 2:00 o’clock p.m.: Commissioner Meadows – Aye Commissioner Funk – Aye Commissioner Anderson – AyeCarried. The Commissioners reconvened in the presence of Clerk Steinlicht at 3:00 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 – AyeCarried. 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. EXECUTIVE SESSION (I.C. #67-2345): Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, 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 Power County Ambulance District patient accounts. Upon a call for the question, the following roll call vote was taken at 3:05 p.m.: Commissioner Meadows – Aye Commissioner Funk – Aye Commissioner Anderson – AyeCarried. Moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to adjourn from Executive Session at 10:00 a.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 – AyeCarried. ENTRADA, INC. – AMBULANCE DISTRICT BILLINGS (ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE): Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to authorize Entrada, Inc., to negotiate a settlement on two outstanding patient accounts of the Power County Ambulance District. Carried. Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to recess as Power County Ambulance District Board and reconvene as Power County Board of Commissioners. 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 3:15 p.m.: Commissioner Meadows – Aye Commissioner Funk – Aye Commissioner Anderson – AyeCarried. 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 – AyeCarried. INDIGENT CASE #2013-090-I: Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to continue PCIP medical insurance coverage for an additional three (3) month period under indigent medical application #2013-090-I. Carried. INDIGENT CASE #2013-088-I: Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve indigent medical application #2013-088-I. Carried. FISCAL YEAR 2014 BUDGET – PUBLIC HEARING: Commissioner Meadows announced that, pursuant to I.C. #31-1605, it was the date and time scheduled for public hearing on Power County’s proposed fiscal year 2014 budget as published. Following public hearing and opportunity for questions, comments and/or objections, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve Power County’s Fiscal Year 2014 Budget as published in the amount of $10,687,709, which does not include any amounts to be raised from property taxes greater than the amounts advertised, with the understanding that all Contingency Funds shall contained therein be designated as follows:• First, as a “General Reserve Appropriation” under I.C. #31-1605, and the Board of County Commissioners shall have the right to make an appropriation of these funds in the event of any unforeseen contingency arising, which could not reasonably have been foreseen at the time of making the budget, and which shall require the expenditure of money not provided for in the budget; and• Second, as an “Accumulated Fund Balance” sufficient to achieve or maintain the operations of Power County on a cash basis as provided by I.C. #31-1605(A). And to set elected officials salaries as follows:Commissioner Vicki Meadows – $23,278Commissioner Ron Funk – $22,078Commissioner Delane Anderson – $22,078Clerk Chris Steinlicht – $50,726Assessor Douglas Glascock – $50,726Treasurer Deanna Curry – $50,726Sheriff Jim Jeffries – $57,002 Coroner Mark Rose — $10,794Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen – $38,000Carried.Adjourned.VICKI MEADOWS, ChairmanCHRISTINE STEINLICHT, Clerk

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