Power County Commission minutes for September

Published in The Power County Press Oct. 23, 2013.
POWER COUNTY
COMMISSIONER MINUTES
The Board of Power County Commissioners met in special joint session with the American Falls City Council on September 4th, 2013, at the American Falls City Hall. Present were Commissioners Vicki Meadows, Chairman, Ron Funk and Delane Anderson. Also present were Power County Clerk Christine Steinlicht and Power County Sheriff Jim Jeffries. Present from the City of American Falls were the following:
Marc Beitia – Mayor
Kristen Jensen – Council Member
Dan Hammond – Council Member
Norm Wright – Council Member
Stuart Pankratz – Council Member
Kathy Robertson – Council Member
Maria Rangel – Council Member
Also present from the City of American Falls were City Clerk Robyn Herndon and City attorney T. J. Budge of the firm Racine, Olson, Nye, Bailey & Budge, Chartered.
CITY OF AMERICAN FALLS – COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT (LAW ENFORCEMENT): Power County Sheriff Jim Jeffries and American Falls Police Chief Brandon Wilkinson appeared before the Board of Commissioners and City Council to review the Cooperative Agreement between Power County and the City of American Falls Re: Law Enforcement Services, which is scheduled to expire on September 30th, 2013. Also present were Chief Deputy Sheriff Jackie Morris and Deputy Sheriff Kevin Ostler. Following discussion, the Board of Commissioners and City Council agreed that the Cooperative Agreement for Law Enforcement Services should be renewed, as is, for an additional five (5) year period, October 1st, 2013, through September 30th, 2018, at the base rate of $58,147 for fiscal year 2014 with a three (3%) percent increase each fiscal year. Following further discussion, the Board of Commissioners and City Council agreed that the Cooperative Agreement should include a provision to allow either party to terminate the agreement upon 90 days notice. The Commissioners then agreed to refer this matter to Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen to prepare an updated Cooperative Agreement Re: Law Enforcement Services for the City’s and County’s review.
CITY OF AMERICAN FALLS – LAW ENFORCEMENT CONNECTIVITY (COMPUTER ARTS, INC.): Power County Sheriff Jim Jeffries and American Falls Police Chief Brandon Wilkinson appeared before the Board of Commissioners and City Council to discuss the computer updates required to adequately maintain County and City law enforcement records. Also present were Power County Chief Deputy Sheriff Jackie Morris and Deputy Sheriff Kevin Ostler. At the outset, Sheriff Jeffries reported that all future costs to maintain the Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system will be borne by the Enhanced 911 Fund. Following discussion, the Board of Commissioners and City Council agreed that all other hardware costs required to maintain law enforcement records will be shared equally between Power County and the City of American Falls.
EXECUTIVE SESSION (I.C. #67-2345): Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioners Funk, to move into executive session pursuant to I.C. #67-2345(c) to consider the acquisition of real property which is not currently owned by a public agency. Upon a call for the question, the following roll call vote was taken at 6:25 p.m.:
Commissioner Meadows – Aye
Commissioner Funk – Aye
Commissioner Anderson – Aye
Carried.
The Board of Commissioners and City Council reconvened at 7:00 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.
Adjourned.
VICKI MEADOWS, Chairman
CHRISTINE STEINLICHT, Clerk
POWER COUNTY
COMMISSIONER MINUTES
The Board of Power County Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, September 9th, 2013. Present were Commissioners Vicki Meadows, chairman, Ron Funk and Delane Anderson. Also present were Power County Clerk Christine Steinlicht and 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 September 9th, 2013, Commissioner Agenda to include the following item:
Power County Rural Address System – Fort Hall Indian Reservation
Emergency Communications Commission Grant – E-911 Services
Carried.
POWER COUNTY CONFLICT PUBLIC DEFENDER – SEALED BIDS: Commissioner Funk announced that it was the date and time scheduled to open the sealed bids submitted for Conflict Public Defender services. At the outset, Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen reported that I.C. #19-860 suggests that this matter should be referred to the Administrative Judge of the Sixth Judicial District for review by his “designated committee”; accordingly, further consideration of this matter was tabled until September 23rd, 2013.
POWER COUNTY COMMISSIONER AGENDAS (OCTOBER, 2013): Following a review of the calendar, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to schedule regular Commissioner meetings in October, 2013, for the 7th and 21st. Carried.
POWER COUNTY COMMISSIONER AGENDAS (NOVEMBER, 2013): Following a review of the calendar, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to schedule regular Commissioner meetings in November, 2013, for the 12th and 25th. Carried.
POWER COUNTY COMMISSIONER AGENDAS (DECEMBER, 2013): Following a review of the calendar, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to schedule regular Commissioner meetings in December, 2013, for the 9th and 30th. Carried.
POWER COUNTY COMMISSIONER MINUTES: Moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve the Power County Commissioner Minutes for August 7th, 12th, 20th and 26th, 2013. Carried.
POWER COUNTY PROSECUTING ATTORNEY – TRESPASS (POWER COUNTY ORDINANCE #2013-03): Commissioner Funk announced that it was the date and time scheduled for public hearing on Power County Ordinance #2013-03, which is an ordinance to grant the Power County Sheriff’s office and landowners greater flexibility in protecting property rights. Following discussion, the opportunity for public input and a finding by the Commissioners that the Notice of public hearing and proposed Ordinance #2013-03 were duly published in The Power County Press on September 4th, 2013, it was moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve and adopt Power County Ordinance #2013-03 as published and instruct Power County Clerk Christine Steinlicht to republish said Ordinance as provided by I.C. #31-715 to complete effect. Carried.
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 exempt from disclosure. Upon a call for the question, the following roll call vote was taken at 9:45 o’clock a.m.
Commissioner Meadows – Absent
Commissioner Funk – Aye
Commissioner Anderson – Aye
Carried. 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 – Absent
Commissioner Funk – Aye
Commissioner Anderson – Aye
Carried.
POWER COUNTY EMPLOYEE BENEFITS – AFLAC FLEX-ONE PLAN (UNREIMBURSED MEDICAL): Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to extend the year-end grace period for the submission of claims under Power County’s Aflac Flex-one Benefit Plan from thirty (30) days to ninety (90) days, and to approve the subsequent claim submitted in the amount of $500.00, to be paid from Power County’s Aflac Medical Trust (91-24). Carried.
GERALD FEHRINGER YOUTH CENTER – LEASE AGREEMENT: Gerald Fehringer Youth Center Board members Jennifer Rupp, Mary Annen, Bobbie Mauch and Tim Mauch 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 proposed application, checklist and agreement to rent the Youth Center space for private parties. Following discussion, the Commissioners agreed that, until further notice, the Gerald Fehringer Youth Center Board be allowed to continue to rent the facility as proposed, with the understanding that the rental arrangements will be reviewed in six (6) months.
2013 CERTIFICATE OF COUNTY LEVIES (I.C. #63-803(3): The Commissioners reviewed the 2013 Certificate of County Levies calculated and prepared by Power County Clerk Christine Steinlicht. Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve the 2013 Certificate of County Levies as presented. Carried.
SOUTHEASTERN IDAHO PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT – QUARTERLY REPORT: Judy Hoopes of the Southeastern Idaho Public Health District appeared before the Commissioners to present the District’s quarterly report for Power County for the period ending June 30th, 2013.
COMPUTER ARTS, INC – FISCAL YEAR 2014 CONTRACTS: Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve and execute the annual software and support contracts between Power County and Computer Arts, Inc., for fiscal year 2014 as presented. Carried.
POWER COUNTY CORONER – PATHOLOGY AGREEMENT: Power County Coroner Mark Rose appeared before the Commissioners to review the Limited Pathology Services Agreement between Power County and Ada County prepared pursuant to Idaho Code #31-801, #31-808, #19-4301 and #19-4301B. Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve and execute the Limited Pathology Services Agreement as presented. Carried.
POWER COUNTY RURAL ADDRESS SYSTEM – FORT HALL INDIAN RESERVATION (EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION E-911 GRANT): Power County Sheriff Jim Jeffries appeared before the Commissioners to discuss the e-mail notification dated September 9th, 2013, that he received from Idaho’s E-911 Program Coordinator Eddie Goldsmith announcing that the Emergency Communications Commission has awarded a ECC FY2014 grant to the Fort Hall Indian Reservation in the amount of $236,850.75 to provide an E-911 telephone system and related equipment within the boundaries of the Fort Hall Indian Reservation. At the outset, Sheriff Jeffries, 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. The Commissioners then contacted Mr. Goldsmith by telephone to discuss the matter and were advised that the grant award is contingent pending a legal opinion from the office of the Idaho Attorney General regarding eligibility and jurisdiction, which opinion will be received and reviewed by the Emergency Communications Commission at their next regular meeting scheduled for Thursday, November 7th, 2013.
POWER COUNTY SHERIFF – ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORDS (POWER COUNTY JAIL): Following discussion with Power County Sheriff Jim Jeffries, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Funk, to approve and execute the electronic medical records Agreement between Power County and CorEMR, L.C., as presented. Carried.
POWER COUNTY SHERIFF – CAPITAL PURCHASE (ALL TERRAIN VEHICLE): Following discussion with Power County Sheriff Jim Jeffries, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve the quote submitted by Krehbiel’s Sales & Service in the amount of $8,239 to purchase a 2013 Polaris 570 ATV. 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 indigent medical applications. 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 – Aye
Carried. Moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to adjourn from Executive Session at 1:15 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 #2013-89-I: Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve indigent medical application #2013-89-I. Carried.
CLAIMS: Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve the claims as presented. Carried.
Current Expense $ 35,154.96
Ambulance District 1,687.05
Abatement District 16,060.00
District Court 1,643.71
Justice Fund 17,687.02
Enhanced 911 Services 1,679.67
Elections 1,063.96
Indigent 1,766.83
Revaluation 90.19
Solid Waste 13,671.39
Weeds 2,196.31
Waterways 1,121.03
PILT 1,844.12
Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve the subsequent demand claims approval report as presented. Carried. Commissioner Anderson abstained.
District Court $ 1,282.50
Justice Fund 244.95
Indigent 1,061.74
Tort 861.00
PILT 500.00
ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE (I.C. #23-903): Commissioner Meadows announced that it was the date and time scheduled for the consideration of a number of alcohol beverage licenses. There being no public objection, it was moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to reapprove and/or approve the following alcohol beverage licenses:
#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.
#17 – Dora Machelle Stratton d/b/a 13 Bottles, LLC, 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 retail wine.
Carried.
POWER COUNTY WATERWAYS BOARD: Power County Waterways Board member Stan Gortsema appeared before the Commissioners with Bannock County Waterways Supervisor Bill Davidson to discuss ongoing maintenance of the waterway access areas within Power County. Following discussion, Mr. Davidson reported that the Bannock County Waterways Board will be submitting $3,000 to Power County to purchase fuel for a beach cleanup and reclamation project at the Willow Bay Marina area.
VICKI MEADOWS, Chairman
CHRISTINE STEINLICHT, Clerk
POWER COUNTY
COMMISSIONER MINUTES
The Board of Power County Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, September 23rd, 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.
POWER COUNTY TRANSFER STATION & LANDFILL – ENVIROUSA (SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL CONTRACT): Heather Crabtree of EnviroUSA appeared before the Commissioners with Power County Transfer Station & Landfill Supervisor Craig Heward to review the recycling provisions of Power County’s solid waste disposal contract. Following discussion, the Commissioners agreed that EnviroUSA should continue dumping any and all recycling bins on an “as needed” basis, at the additional rate of $110 per haul throughout the term of the current contract, which is scheduled to expire on September 30th, 2014.
POWER COUNTY TRANSFER STATION/LANDFILL – ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE: Following discussion with Power County Transfer Station Supervisor Craig Heward, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to write-off as an “erroneous charge” the following account:
EnviroUSA – $35.00
Carried.
CITY OF AMERICAN FALLS – COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT (LAW ENFORCEMENT): Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen appeared before the Commissioners to discuss the joint meeting of the Power County Commissioners and American Falls City Council conducted on September 4th, 2013, to renew the Cooperative Agreement Re: Law Enforcement Services, which is scheduled to expire on September 30th, 2013. Following discussion, the Commissioners instructed Prosecuting Attorney Petersen to prepare an updated Cooperative Agreement as negotiated between the parties and further consideration of this matter was tabled until October 7th, 2013.
POWER COUNTY AIRPORT – COMMERCIAL AIRPORT HANGAR LEASE (DAVE SAVAGE D/B/A SAVAGE AIR): The Commissioners reviewed the proposed Non-Commercial Airport Hangar Lease between Power County Dave Savage for non-commercial use of airport property formerly leased to Hayes Rudolph. Following discussion with Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen, the Commissioners agreed to table further discussion of this matter until October 21st, 2013.
POWER COUNTY ADULT MISDEMEANOR PROBATION – CONTRACT FOR SERVICES (DISHION ENTERPRISES): Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen appeared before the Commissioners to discuss the Contract for Services between Power County and Wade Dishion d/b/a Dishion Enterprises 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 Commissioner agreed that no changes to the contract will be considered at this time.
EXECUTIVE SESSION (I.C. #67-2345)(1)(b): Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, 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 10:15 o’clock a.m.:
Commissioner Meadows – Aye
Commissioner Funk – Aye
Commissioner Anderson – Aye
Carried. The Commissioner reconvened at 10:30 o’clock a.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 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 August, 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.
POWER COUNTY PLANNING & ZONING – BOARD APPOINTMENT: Commissioner Funk reported that Power County Planning & Zoning Board member Kevin Boyer will resign his position on said Board, effective immediately following the appoint of a replacement. Following discussion, the Commissioners agreed to table further consideration of this matter until October 7th, 2013.
FISCAL YEAR 2014 – SALARY WORKSHEET: The Commissioners reviewed the salary worksheet prepared by Power County Clerk Chris Steinlicht for fiscal year 2014. Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve and execute the fiscal year 2014 salary worksheet as presented. 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 August 31st, 2013. Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve the Treasurer’s Report as presented. Carried.
POWER COUNTY TREASURER – TAX DEED (PARCEL #RPD0355-01): Following discussion with Power County Treasurer Deanna Curry, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to schedule public auction of Power County Parcel #RPD0355-01, which is owned by Power County pursuant to Tax Deed, for Tuesday, November 12th, 2013, at 9:15 a.m. on the front steps of the Power County Courthouse. Carried.
POWER COUNTY TREASURER – REAL PROPERTY TAX ROLL (TRANSFER FROM PERSONAL PROPERTY): Following discussion with Power County Treasurer Deanna Curry and a review of I.C. #63-504, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, that all taxes, costs, late charges and interest in the following personal property parcels be entered by the tax collector upon the property roll against real property subject to lien as follows:
• Parcel #PPA1600-00 in the amount of $302.38 be cancelled off the 2012 tax roll and charged against Parcel #RPA0769-00 as a special charge on the 2013 tax roll.
• Parcel ##MHZ0434-05 in the amount of $94.98 be cancelled off the 2012 tax roll and charged against Parcel #RPC0077-00 as a special charge on the 2013 tax roll.
Carried.
POWER COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION – MINI-CASSIA JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER: Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve and execute the original Memorandum of Agreement between Minidoka County and Power County for the housing of Power County youth at the Mini-Cassia Juvenile Detention Facility during fiscal year 2014. Carried.
POWER COUNTY CONFLICT PUBLIC DEFENDER – BID AWARD: The Commissioners reviewed Administrative Order #2013-07 issued by Administrative District Judge Stephen S. Dunn appointing a committee to interview applicants for the position of Power County Conflict Public Defender as provided by I.C. #19-860. Following discussion, the Commissioners agreed to table further consideration of this matter until October 7th, 2013.
POWER COUNTY SHERIFF – JAIL REMODEL (ARCHITECT REPORT): Power County Jail remodel Architect Lee Dille d/b/a Design Place, PLLC, appeared before the Commissioners to present his monthly report on the Power County law enforcement building renovation project.
CLAIMS: Moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Meadows, to approve claims as presented. Carried.
Current Expense $ 15,325.63
Ambulance District 19,370.52
District Court 1,741.18
Justice Fund 42,537.16
Misdemeanor Probation/
Drug Court 189.72
Enhanced 911 Services 208.85
Indigent 13,761.34
Revaluation 2,456.06
Solid Waste 19,683.98
Weeds 18,514.76
Waterways 1,274.83
PILT 28,598.03
POWER COUNTY WATERWAYS – IDAHO DEPARTMENT OF PARKS & RECREATION (STATE VESSEL ACCOUNT): Power County Clerk Chris Steinlicht appeared before the Commissioners to reported that, due to workforce reductions within the registration and fiscal section of the Idaho Department of Parks & Recreation, there has been a delay in the distribution of vessel/boat payments to Counties, and that Power County has received additional boat payments of $15,075.27 since the Fiscal Year 2014 budget was finalized and approved for publication. Following discussion, the Commissioner agreed that any excess fund balance from the delayed allocations will be designated at “obligated moneys” in the County Vessel Fund as provided by the rules governing reporting and remittance of surplus vessel account monies at Title 1, Chapter 2, Section 010.06, to purchase and/or repair docks during fiscal year 2014.
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 1:00 o’clock 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 1:30 o’clock 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 #2013-107-I: Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to continue PCIP medical insurance coverage thru December 31st, 2013, under indigent medical application #2013-107-I. Carried.
INDIGENT CASE #2013-099-I: Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve indigent medical application #2013-099-I, contingent upon the pricing determination of Dr. Doug Damrose of Idaho Medical Review, LLC. Carried.
POWER COUNTY AIRPORT – JUB ENGINEERS (AIRPORT MINI-MASTER PLAN): Alan Giesbrecht and JD Heithoff of JUB Engineers, Inc., appeared before the Commissioners to discuss the development of a Power County Airport “Mini-Master Plan” in order to become eligible to receive 100% funding from the Aeronautics Division of the Idaho Department of Transportation to make improvements to infrastructure and buildings at the Airport. At the outset, Mr. Heithoff reported that the Aeronautics Division will be selecting six or seven small airports throughout Idaho to receive this funding; however, a Mini-Master Plan, which includes documented support for projects, must be prepared and suggested that the Commissioners create the appropriate task force or advisory committee to provide input on the development of a Mini-Master Plan. Following discussion, the Commissioner agreed to review the information provided and will contact Bill Statham at the Idaho Division of Aeronautics Division to discuss potential projects and future funding.
EXECUTIVE SESSION (I.C. #67-2345)(1)(b): Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, 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 3:10 o’clock p.m.:
Commissioner Meadows – Aye
Commissioner Funk – Aye
Commissioner Anderson – Aye
Carried. The Commissioner reconvened at 3:45 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.
Adjourned.
VICKI MEADOWS, Chairman
CHRISTINE STEINLICHT, Clerk

 

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