Regular Meeting

July 9, 2002

 

The Board of Supervisor met in Session on the above date with the following members present: O’Farrell, Peterson, Condon, Kirkberg and Chairperson Magnusson.

 

Moved by O’Farrell, seconded by Peterson to approve minutes of July 2, 2002 meeting.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Moved by Peterson, seconded by Condon to receive and place on file the following Public Health Department Fiscal Year 2003 Salaries.

Board of Health

 

Terry Ammon

 

$16.25

per hour

 

Vicki Gill

 

$24.10

per hour

Tammy Seward

 

$18.50

per hour

 

Geniece Hennings

 

$16.95

per hour

Karen Heun

 

$20.00

per hour

 

Julie Howell

 

$16.85

per hour

Sue Ledford

 

$18.52

per hour

 

Kathy Josten

 

$19.14

per hour

Joan Peterson

 

$16.85

per hour

 

Rhonda Ruby

 

$17.25

per hour

Madai Taylor

 

$17.22

per hour

 

June Weiss

 

$17.80

per hour

Kittie Webster

 

$19.86

per hour

 

Dawn Sandvig

 

$16.00

per hour

Margaret Woodruff

 

$12.75

per hour

 

Amber Graves

 

$16.00

per hour

Marsha Royster

 

$18.00

per hour

 

Jamie Saxton

 

$10.25

per hour

Jeri Chase

 

$10.25

per hour

 

Sara Price

 

$12.50

per hour

Kari Ruden

 

$15.10

per hour

 

Kathy Stoneburner

 

$12.85

per hour

Cheryl Arneson

 

$10.25

per hour

 

Rhonda Cleveland

 

$9.75

per hour

Beth Crosby

 

$11.25

per hour

 

Blanche Nahnsen

 

$9.90

per hour

Loretta Nims

 

$9.90

per hour

 

Carol Thorn

 

$11.70

per hour

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gary Boerner

 

$17.30

per hour

 

 

 

 

 

 

Motion carried unanimously.

 

Moved by Condon, seconded by Kirkberg to table until further notice from Irene Blair, MH/DD Administrator, the Contract with Community Family Resources.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Moved by Kirkberg, seconded by O’Farrell to approve bond for Dayton Farm Drainage, Inc. for septic tank installation.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Moved by O’Farrell, seconded by Peterson to receive and place on file Sheriff’s Report of Fees Collected, period ending June 30, 2002.  (Copy on file in Auditor’s Office).  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Moved by Peterson, seconded by Condon to receive and place on file Report of Veteran Affairs Commission, period ending June 30, 2002.  (Copy on file in Auditor’s Office).  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Moved by Condon, seconded by Kirkberg to adopt the following Resolution Naming Depositories for Webster County Recorder’s Office.

RESOLUTION NAMING DEPOSITORIES

 

Resolved, that the Webster County Board of Supervisors of Fort Dodge, Iowa in Webster County, Iowa approves the following list of financial institutions to be depositories of the Webster County funds in conformance with all applicable provisions of Iowa Code Chapter 12C.2 (1983) by 1984 Iowa Acts., S.F. 2220.  The Webster County Recorder is hereby authorized to deposit the Webster County funds in each of the respective financial institutions as set out below:

 

Depository Name                                             Location of                                           Amount

                                                                        Home Office

 

First American Bank                                         Fort Dodge, IA                                    $100,000.00

Wells Fargo Bank Iowa NA                             Fort Dodge, IA                                    $150,000.00

 

CERTIFICATION.  I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a resolution of the Webster County Board of Supervisors adopted at a meeting of said public body, duly called and held on the 9th day of July, 2002, as a quorum being present, as said resolution remains of record in the minutes of said meeting, and it is now in full force and effect.

 

Dated this 9th day of July, 2002

 

S/Carol Messerly

Webster County Auditor

 

Motion carried unanimously.

 

Moved by Kirkberg, seconded by O’Farrell to approve and authorize Chair to sign Utility Permit Application from Frontier Communications of Iowa, Inc. to place approximately 850 feet of cable in Section 36, Cooper Township and Section 3, Pleasant Valley Township.  (Copy on file in Engineer’s Office).  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Moved by O’Farrell, seconded by Peterson to approve and authorize Chair to sign the following Resolution: 

 

RESOLUTION

 

WHEREAS, Webster County resubmits a new designation for their authorized representative for the purpose of obtaining Federal/State financial assistance under the Disaster Relief Act (PL 93-288, as amended) or otherwise available from the President’s Disaster Relief Fund and the Code of Iowa, Chapter 29C.

 

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Supervisors hereby approves and authorizes Randall Will, County Engineer, to be the authorized representative for Webster County to sign and file documents with Iowa Emergency Management Division.

 

Date:  July 9, 2002

 

S/Floyd A. Magnusson, Chairperson

Webster County Board of Supervisors

 

Attest:

 

S/Carol Messerly

Webster County Auditor

 

Motion carried unanimously.

 

Jerrod Carlson discussed Iowa Central Community College Farm Program/County Farm Lease.  No action taken.

 

At 10:30a.m. a Telephone meeting with Calhoun was held on Drainage District #22 Webster & #12 Calhoun.  For further particulars see Drainage Record Book.

 

Ellen Casady requested that the Board look into reducing the speed limit on South River Road and to maintain the weed and tree growth.  Ernest Dutcher and Brian Kinne discussed a proposed water district being established to provide water service to some area residents near Kalo.  The Board informed them that a petition and bond would be required.

 

At 7:00p.m. the Board met at the Dayton Community Center to discuss Lake Ole. Mayor Beth Wickwire spoke that their routine bridge inspection revealed a concern of the condition of Lake Ole Bridge.  It was later discovered that the bridge was the property of Webster County Conservation and upon contacting the Conservation Board it was proposed that they would repair the bridge if the City of Dayton would take over the Lake Ole property.  Citizens starting voicing their objections and that is where we are.  Various city officials and citizens voiced their concerns, safety being the primary focus.  No action taken.

 

Moved and seconded the meeting adjourned.