Power County Commission minutes

Published in The Power County Press Nov. 20, 2013.

POWER COUNTY

COMMISSIONER MINUTES

The Board of Power County Commissioners met in special session on Monday, September 30th, 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 September 30th, 2013, Commissioner Agenda to include the following items:

Power County Waterways – West Area Boat Access Ramp (Renovation Project)

Bureau of Reclamation – Letter of Support

Power County Treasurer – Power County Investment Committee

Multi-Bank Securities, Inc.

Carried.

EXECUTIVE SESSION (I.C. #67-2345)(1)(b): Moved by Commissioner Funk, 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 9:30 o’clock a.m.:

Commissioner Meadows – Aye

Commissioner Funk – Aye

Commissioner Anderson – Aye

Carried. The Commissioners reconvened at 10:30 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 – POWER COUNTY INVESTMENT COMMITTEE (MULTI-BANK SECURITIES, INC.): Power County Treasurer Deanna Curry and the Board of Power County Commissioners met as the Power County Investment Committee pursuant to Title 2, Chapter 5, of the Power County Code. Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to invest $249,000 in Western Capital Bank through Multi-Bank Securities, Inc., at the rate of 1.55% with a maturity date of April 8th, 2018. Carried.

CLAIMS: Moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve the claims as presented, amended and supplemented. Carried.

Current Expense $ 4,849.98

Ambulance District 8,818.26

District Court 1,475.48

Justice Fund 1,819.41

Indigent Services 4,624.00

Weeds 4,098.21

Waterways 181.99

PILT 4,509.66

Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve the subsequent claims approval report as presented. Carried. Commissioner Anderson abstained.

Current Expense $ 55.00

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 August 31st, 2013, it was moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve the report as presented. 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.

POWER COUNTY COMMISSIONER MINUTES: Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve the Power County Commissioner Minutes for September 4th, 9th and 23rd, 2013, as presented. Carried.

POWER COUNTY WATERWAYS – WEST AREA BOAT ACCESS RAMP (RENOVATIONS) – BUREAU OF RECLAMATION (LETTER OF SUPPORT): Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Meadows, to approve and execute the letter requesting that the Bureau of Reclamation join Power County’s efforts in rehabilitating the west ramp boat access area on the American Falls Reservoir. Carried.

POWER COUNTY INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT/URBAN RENEWAL BOARDS: Commissioner Funk reported that Karen Hammond has resigned her position on the Power County Industrial Development/Urban Renewal Boards effective immediately. Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to appoint Vicki Meadows to fill the vacant position on the Power County Industrial Development/Urban Renewal Boards (January, 2015). Carried. Commissioner Meadows abstained.

POWER COUNTY JUVENILE PROBATION DEPARTMENT – JAIBG GRANT (PARENT PROJECT): Moved by Commissioner Meadows, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve and execute the JAIBG Project Award for Power County to operate the Parent Project Program during fiscal year 2014 in the amount of $3,200, which requires $356 in matching funds. 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, October 7th, 2013. Present were Commissioners Ron Funk and Delane Anderson. Also present were Power County Clerk Christine Steinlicht and Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan S. Petersen.

POWER COUNTY CLERK – ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION (I.C. #59-902): Power County Clerk Christine Steinlicht appeared before the Commissioners to report that the resignation of Power County Commissioner Vicki Meadows, Commissioner District #2, was submitted and accepted on October 1st, 2013, as provided by I.C. #59-902.

COMMISSIONER CHAIRMAN: Moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to appoint Commissioner Ron Funk to serve as chairman of the Power County Board of Commission until January, 2015. Carried.

COMMISSIONER AGENDA (I.C. #67-2343): Following a review of I.C. #67-2343, and good cause appearing therefore, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to amend the October 7th, 2013, Commissioner Agenda to include the following items:

Power County Transfer Station/Landfill – Solid Waste Disposal Contract

EnviroUSA (Recycling Provisions)

Curtis Munk – Power County Weed Department

2013 Power CWMA State Project (2nd Quarter Report)

Carried.

POWER COUNTY ABATEMENT DISTRICT: Moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to recess as Power County Board of Commissioners and reconvene as Power County Abatement District Board. Carried.

MOSQUITO ABATEMENT –VECTOR DIEASE CONTROL INTERNATIONAL, LLC: The Commissioners reviewed the Professional Services Agreement between Power County and Vector Disease Control International, LLC, to provide a professionally designed and integrated program for the control of the mosquito population in Power County. Following discussion, the Commissioners agreed to table further consideration of this matter until November 25th, 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.

FISCAL YEAR 2014 – AUTHORIZED FUND TRANSFERS: Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve the following budgeted fiscal year 2014 fund transfers:

$5,000 from Current Expense (General) Fund to Sick Leave Bank Fund

$50,000 from Current Expense (General) Fund to Election Fund

Carried.

POWER COUNTY CLERK – ANNUAL VEHICLE MILEAGE REPORT: Power County Clerk Chris Steinlicht presented the Commissioner with a copy of Power County’s annual Vehicle & Equipment Mileage Report as of September 30th, 2013.

POWER COUNTY SHERIFF – BOAT DOCK REGULATIONS (ORDINANCE):  Following discussion with Power County Sheriff Jim Jeffries and Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen, the Commissioners agreed that this matter will be removed as an agenda item unless and until a request for further consideration is presented by Sheriff Jeffries or Prosecuting Attorney Petersen.

POWER COUNTY SHERIFF – CITY OF AMERICAN FALLS (COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT RE: LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES): Power County Sheriff Jim Jeffries and Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen appeared before the Commissioners to review the proposed Cooperative Agreement between Power County and City of American Falls Re: Law Enforcement Services for the period October 1st, 2013, through September 30th, 2018. Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve the Cooperative Agreement as presented. Carried.

POWER COUNTY BUILDING & GROUNDS – DOCTOR CLINIC LEASE (VALLEY FOOT & ANKLE): Dr. Brandon Wilde of the Valley Foot & Ankle Clinic appeared before the Commissioners via speaker telephone to confirm that they had received the 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. At the outset, Dr. Wilde reported that he and Dr. David Crowshaw had reviewed, approved and executed said agreement, and that the same will be returned to Power County for recording.

POWER COUNTY CONFLICT PUBLIC DEFENDER – BID AWARD: The Commissioners reviewed the notice from the Administrative Judge’s “panel” regarding the appointment of a conflict public defender in Power County. Following discussion and a review of I.C. #19-860(a)(2), it was moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to accept the bid submitted by Eliasen Law Office to provide contracted conflict public defender services in Power County during the period October 1st, 2013, through September 30th, 2015, at the rate of $1,500 per month. Carried. Following discussion, the Commissioners referred this matter to the Power County Prosecuting Attorney to prepare a written contract; accordingly, further consideration of this matter was tabled until October 21st, 2013.

POWER COUNTY TRANSFER STATION/LANDFILL – ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE: Following a review of the Power County Landfill’s Customer Balance Summary of accounts receivable, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to write-off as “uncollectible” the following account:

Idaho Disposal Systems – $35.00

Carried.

POWER COUNTY TRANSFER STATION/LANDFILL – IDAHO ADMINISTRATIVE CODE/POWER COUNTY LANDFILL PLAN OF OPERATION (WASTE MONITORING & MEASUREMENT): Power County Transfer Station/Landfill Supervisor Craig Heward appeared before the Commissioners to discuss the Idaho Administrative Code and the Power County Landfill’s “Plan of Operation”, and specifically the procedures for record keeping process to monitor and measure incoming waste.

POWER COUNTY TRANSFER STATION/LANDFILL – ENVIROUSA (SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL CONTRACT – RECYCLING): Following discussion with Power County Transfer Station/Landfill Supervisor Craig Heward, the Commissioners instructed Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen to review the Agreement for Disposal of Solid Waste between Power County and EnviroUSA, and specifically the recycling provisions of said Agreement and the possibility of including a requirement that EnviroUSA provide “waste rejection verification” from an appropriate recycler, i.e. Pacific Recycling or Western Recycling; accordingly, further consideration of this matter was tabled until October 21st, 2013.

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 10:30 o’clock a.m.:

Commissioner Funk – Aye

Commissioner Anderson – Aye

Carried. Moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to adjourn from Executive Session at 11:00 o’clock a.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 #2011-07-I: Moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to accept $8,000 as payment in full of the “Promissory Note” under Power County Indigent Case #2011-07-I, and to immediately record a release of Power County’s statutory lien. Carried.

POWER COUNTY INDIGENT SERVICES – ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE: Following discussion a review of the Customer Balance Summary Report of “past due” receivable accounts for indigent medical services for the period ending September 30th, 2013, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to write off the following accounts receivable as “uncollectible”, including that pro-rated portion over $10,000 payable to the Idaho Catastrophic Health Care Program:

Indigent Case #2003-024-I — $34,329.85

Indigent Case #2008-025-I — $8,843.32

Indigent Case #2011-007-I — $19,993.05

Carried.

POWER COUNTY WEED DEPARTMENT – 2013 CWMA (STATE FUNDING REPORT): Moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve and execute the 2013 Power CWMA State Project Report for the period March 15th, 2012, to September 30th, 2013, as presented. Carried.

JUNIOR COLLEGE – CERTIFICATE OF RESIDENCY: Moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve the Certificate of Residency presented by the College of Southern Idaho. Carried.

SOUTHEASTERN IDAHO PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT – EMPLOYEE FLU SHOTS: Moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve and execute the Letter of Agreement between Power County and Southeastern Idaho Public Health District to provide flu vaccine distribution to County employees for the 2013-2014 flu season. Carried.

POWER COUNTY DOCTOR’S CLINIC – SOUTHEASTERN IDAHO PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT (RENOVATIONS): Architect Lee Dille d/b/a Design Place, PLLC, appeared before the Commissioners with Kim Gaskill, Southeastern Idaho Public Health District Financial Director, to discuss renovation of the Doctor’s Clinic to accommodate the District’s current and future needs. At the outset, Mr. Dille reported that a complete set of the architectural plans will be available to the Board of Commissioners at their next regular meeting on October 21st, 2013. Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to publish an appropriate “Notice of Call for Sealed Bids” in the October 23rd and 30th, 2013, editions of The Power County Press, that sealed bids will be accepted by Architect Lee Dille d/b/a Design Place, PLLC, until the date and time scheduled for bid opening on Tuesday, November 12th, 2013, at 1:30 p.m. Carried.

UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD: Power County Clerk Chris Steinlicht reported that Daniel Harbeke, Director of Public Affairs for Union Pacific Railroad, will be in the American Falls area in the near future and will attempt to arrange a face-to-face meeting with the Board of Power County Commissioners to discuss UPRR issues within Power County; accordingly, Clerk Steinlicht agreed to keep the Commissioners advised of Mr. Harbeke’s schedule.

POWER COUNTY PLANNING & ZONING – BOARD APPOINTMENT: Commissioner Funk reported that he is continuing to work with the Power County Planning & Zoning Board to fill the vacancy that will soon be created by the resignation of Kevin Boyer; accordingly, further consideration of this matter was tabled  until October 21st, 2013.

CLAIMS: Moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve the claims as presented and supplemented. Carried.

Current Expense $ 46,967.00

Ambulance District 8,434.20

Abatement District 16,060.00

District Court 2,074.44

Justice Fund 23,301.64

Enhanced 911 Services 1,677.92

Elections 572.01

Indigent 670.00

Solid Waste 1,549.81

Tort 64,641.00

Weeds 6,717.21

Waterways 305.05

PILT 23,918.45

Commissioners Funk advised Clerk Steinlicht to issue warrants as provided by the Subsequent Claims Approval Report.

Ambulance District $ 65.00

Adjourned.

RON FUNK, Chairman

CHRISTINE STEINLICHT, Clerk

POWER COUNTY

COMMISSIONER MINUTES

The Board of Power County Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, October 21st, 2013. Present were Commissioners Ron Funk, Chairman, 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 Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to amend the October 21st, 2013, Commissioner Agenda to include the following item:

Power County Building & Grounds – 507 Bannock Avenue

Fence Quote (Duffer Construction)

Carried.

POWER COUNTY BUILDINGS & GROUNDS – 507 BANNOCK AVENUE (FENCE QUOTES): Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve the quote submitted by Duffer Construction in the amount of $1,275 to extend the vinyl fence at Power County’s residential property located at 507 Bannock Avenue, to be paid from PILT property improvement funds, with the understanding that $637.50 will be immediately advanced for the cost of materials. Carried.

POWER COUNTY AIRPORT – DAVE AND NORA SAVAGE (NON-COMMERCIAL AIRPORT HANGAR LEASE): Nora Savage appeared before the Commissioners via speaker telephone to discuss the Non-Commercial Airport Lease between Power County and Dave and Nora Savage, husband and wife, which premises were previously leased to Hayes Rudolph. Following discussion, the Commissioners agreed to table further consideration of this matter until November 12th, 2013.

CASSIA COUNTY COMMISSIONERS – ELK & DEER POPULATION (IDAHO DEPARTMENT OF FISH & GAME): Commissioner Funk reported that he, Commissioner Anderson and Power County Special Counsel Douglas Balfour attended an October 15th, 2013, meeting with the Cassia County Board of Commissioners to discuss the exploding deer and elk herds in Southern Idaho, which Cassia County believes has caused, and will continue to cause, extensive damage to crops and an infestation of noxious weeds. Commissioner Funk further reported that the affected landowners and County officials have requested that the Idaho Legislature and the Idaho Department of Fish & Game coordinate expanded deer and elk hunts throughout Southern Idaho to help control increasing game populations.

POWER COUNTY WATERWAYS – WILLOW BAY MARINA (BEACH RESTORATION PROJECT): Following a review of the Power County Commissioner Minutes dated September 9th, 2013, the Commissioners agreed to make a written request to Bannock County Waterways Director Bill Davidson for the $3,000 contribution to purchase fuel for the beach cleanup and reclamation project at the Willow Bay Marina.

POWER COUNTY ASSESSOR – ACCESS IDAHO ELECTRONIC PAYPORT (1ST AMENDMENT TO ADDENDUM): Moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve and execute the 1st Amendment to Addendum A to the Service Level Agreement for electronic transaction and access for Payport electronic payments to the Power County Assessor as presented. Carried.

POWER COUNTY PLANNING & ZONING BOARD – APPOINTMENT: Moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to appoint Cory Kress to replace Kevin Boyer on the Power County Planning & Zoning Board (January, 2016). Carried.

SOUTHEASTERN IDAHO PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT – DOCTORS CLINIC RENOVATION: Lee Dille d/b/a Design Place, PLLC, appeared before the Commissioners to present his complete site plan, drawing and project manual for the Southeastern Idaho Public Health District remodel project, which is located in the basement portion of the Doctor’s Clinic.  Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to authorize Architect Dille to prepare up to 20 sets of site plans and project manuals, in an amount not to exceed $1,100. Carried.

POWER COUNTY TRANSFER STATION/LANDFILL – SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL CONTRACT (ENVIROUSA): Power County Prosecutor Ryan Petersen appeared before the Commissioners with Power County Transfer Station/Landfill Supervisor Craig Heward to discuss the recycling provisions of Agreement for disposal of solid waste between Power County and EnviroUSA. At the outset, Commissioner Anderson reported that he received an e-mail on October 18th, 2013, from EnviroUSA Manager Scott M. Parks indicating that Heather Crabtree will no longer be servicing Power County’s account and that all comments or inquiries should be directed to Mr. Parks. Following discussion, the Commissioners agreed to contact EnviroUSA manager Scott Parks to discuss the recycling provisions of the current contract, which is scheduled to expire on September 30th, 2014.

CONFLICT PUBLIC DEFENDER CONTRACT (ADDENDUM): Following discussion with Power County Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Petersen the Commissioners agreed to table further consideration of this matter until November 12th, 2013.

POWER COUNTY DISASTER SERVICES – EMPG/SHGP GRANT APPLICATION (2013): Following discussion with Power County Disaster Services Director Di Jones, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve the following

• 2013 Homeland Security Grant Program Subgrant Application for Assistance

• 2013 Emergency Management Performance Grant Application for Assistance

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.

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 Power County Ambulance District patient accounts. Upon a call for the question, the following roll call vote was taken at 10:30 a.m.:

Commissioner Funk – Aye

Commissioner Anderson – Aye

Carried. Moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to adjourn from Executive Session at 10:40 a.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.

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 September 30th, 2013, it was moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve the report as presented in the amount of $72,545.86, including any write-offs or adjustments. Carried.

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 2013 Year End Mosquito Surveillance and Control Report for Power County.

MOSQUITO ABATEMENT – VECTOR DISEASE CONTROL INTERNATIONAL, INC. (PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT): Tim Bennett of Vector Control International, Inc., appeared before the Commissioners to review Power County’s Professional Services Agreement to provide mosquito control in Power County for the period January 1st, 2013, through December 31st, 2013, to be renewed, without notice, for successive one year periods commencing January 1st of each year, unless a written intent to modify or terminate is provided on or before November 15th of each contract year. Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to renew the Professional Services Agreement, as is, for an additional one (1) year period, or until December 31st, 2014. Carried.

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.

IDAHO DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY – SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT: Bruce Olenick of the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality appeared before the Commissioners to discuss the status of environmental quality issues pertinent to Power County.

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT – GREAT RIFT BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT (IDAHO DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE GRANT): Great Rift Business Development Professional Kristen Jensen appeared before the Commissioners to review the Memorandum of Understanding between Power County and Idaho Department of Commerce to provide funding for the purpose of delivering locally based, full service economic development services in Power County for the period July 1st, 2013, through June 30th, 2014, in the amount of $30,000. Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve and execute the Rural Idaho Economic Development Professional Memorandum of Understanding as presented. Carried.

CLAIMS: Moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve the claims as presented and supplemented. Carried.

Current Expense $ 10,355.02

Ambulance District 3,311.86

District Court 1,617.27

Justice Fund 21,728.36

Misdemeanor Probation/

Drug Court 180.00

Enhanced 911 Services 9,207.16

Elections 20.10

Indigent 257.67

Revaluation 3,124.00

Solid Waste 16,926.59

Weeds 544.47

Waterways 156.26

PILT 16,958.83

POWER COUNTY CLERK – FISCAL YEAR 2013 AUDIT (I.C. #31-1701 – DEATON & COMPANY): Power County Clerk & Auditor Christine Steinlicht appeared before the Commissioners to report that Power County Fiscal Year 2013 has been fully balanced and will be officially closed on November 8th, 2013; after which the initial audit information will be provided to Charles Clark and Brandi Young at Deaton & Company.

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 report for the period ending September 30th, 2013. Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve the Clerk’s Quarterly Financial Report as presented. Carried.

POWER COUNTY CLERK/TREASURER – JOINT QUARTERLY REPORT (I.C. #31-2306): Power County Clerk Christine Steinlicht and Power County Treasurer Deanna Curry appeared before the Commissioners pursuant to I.C. #31-2306 to present the Clerk/Treasurer Joint Quarterly Report for the period ending September 30th, 2013. Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Anderson, seconded by Commissioner Funk, to approve the Clerk/Treasurer Joint Quarterly Report 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 month ending September 30th, 2013. Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve the Treasurer’s monthly report as presented. Carried.

POWER COUNTY TREASURER – ANNUAL REPORT (I.C. #31-2112): Power County Treasurer Deanna Curry appeared before the Commissioners pursuant to I.C. #31-2112 to present her annual report for Power County’s fiscal year ending September 30th, 2013. Following discussion, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve the Treasurer’s Annual Report as presented. Carried.

POWER COUNTY SHERIFF – IDAHO EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (E-911 GRANT): Following discussion with Power County Sheriff Jim Jeffries, it was moved by Commissioner Funk, seconded by Commissioner Anderson, to approve and execute the Idaho Emergency Communications Commission E-911 Grant Award Document #2014-0275-01 in the amount of $2,000 to cover travel, lodging and per diem for Power County Sheriff’s Office personnel to participate in the “Next Generation 911″ planning meeting. Carried.

EXECUTIVE SESSION (I.C. #67-2345)(1)(b): Moved by Commissioner Funk, 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 3:00 o’clock p.m.:

Commissioner Funk – Aye

Commissioner Anderson – Aye

Carried. The Commissioner reconvened at 3:30 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 Funk – Aye

Commissioner Anderson – Aye

Carried.

IDAHO ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES – WEBINAR (OCTOBER): Power County Clerk Chris Steinlicht reported that the Idaho Association of Counties Webinar for October is scheduled for Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013, at 10:00 o’clock a.m. in the Commissioner meeting room at the Power County Courthouse. Clerk Steinlicht further reported that all County elected officials have been notified and encouraged to attend.

CLOUD SEEDING – POWER COUNTY: Power County Weed Department Supervisor Curtis Munk appeared before the Commissioners to discuss the cloud seeding operation in Power County during the upcoming snow season.

EXECUTIVE SESSION (I.C. #67-2345)(1)(b): Moved by Commissioner Funk, 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 4:30 o’clock p.m.:

Commissioner Funk – Aye

Commissioner Anderson – Aye

Carried. The Commissioners reconvened in the presence of Clerk Steinlicht at 8:30 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 Funk – Aye

Commissioner Anderson – Aye

Carried.

Adjourned.

RON FUNK, Chairman

CHRISTINE STEINLICHT, Clerk

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