Regular Meeting

September 19, 2006

 

The Board of Supervisor met in Session on the above date with the following members present: Condon, Gill, Nolting and Lizer.  Absent:  Magnusson.

 

Moved by Lizer, seconded by Gill to approve minutes of September 12, 2006 regular meeting and the Special Canvass held on September 15, 2006.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Moved by Gill, seconded by Condon to approve employment of James Skelly from part-time to full-time Jailer, at the rate of $11.40 per hour, effective October 1, 2006.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Moved by Condon, seconded by Lizer to approve salary increase for Renae Ryan, Jailer to $11.65, effective September 19, 2006;  and Wendy Teske, County Attorney’s office to $15.65 per hour, effective September 14, 2006;  and Pamela Hickey, General Relief Assistant Director to $10.44 per hour, effective September 22, 2006.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Moved by Lizer, seconded by Gill to approve and authorize Chair to sign Resolution to adopt Inter-governmental Agreement Creating the Iowa County Treasurers E-Government Alliance.

 

                RESOLUTION

 

BE IT RESOLVED, and it is hereby resolved, that the INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT CREATING THE IOWA COUNTY TREASURERS E-GOVERNMENT ALLIANCE, attached hereto and marked as Exhibit “A” is approved and adopted by Webster County.

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Webster County Treasurer is authorized to participate as a Sponsor in the attached agreement in his/her capacity and consistent with his/her authority as County Treasurer of this County.

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Webster County Treasurer is authorized to take any additional actions and execute any documents that are, in his/her discretion, necessary to facilitate this Resolution.

 

DATED this 19th day of September, 2006

 

S/Greg Nolthing

Chairman, Board of Supervisors

 

 

Motion carried unanimously.

 

Moved by Gill, seconded by Condon to approve and authorize Chair to sign the following Statement of Compliance:

 

National Incident Management System

(NIMS)

Statement of Compliance

Webster County, Iowa

 

I certify that Webster County has successfully completed the following FY 2006 NIMS compliance activities and is NIMS compliant.

 

1)       Adopted NIMS at the community level for all government departments and agencies; and has promoted and encouraged NIMS adoption by associations, utilities, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and private sector incident management and response organizations.

 

2)       Incorporated ICS organizational structures, as defined in NIMS, into response plans and will manage all emergency incidents and preplanned events in accordance with ICS.  ICS implementation will include the consistent application of Incident Action Planning and Common Communication Plans.

 

3)       Coordinate and supported emergency incident and event management through development and use of integrated multi-agency coordination systems, i.e. Emergency Operations Centers (EOC’s).

 

4)       Implemented processes, procedures, and / or plans to communicate timely, accurate information to the public during an incident through a Joint Information System and Joint Information Center.

 

5)       Develop and implement a system to coordinate all federal preparedness funding to implement the NIMS across the community.

 

6)       Revised and updated plans and SOPs to incorporate NIMS components, principles and policies, to include planning, training response, equipment, evaluation, and corrective actions.

 

7)       Participant in and promoted intrastate and interagency mutual aid agreements with the private sector and non-governmental organizations.

 

8)       Appropriate personnel as defined by the Board of Supervisors have completed IS-700: An introduction to NIMS.

 

9)       Appropriate personnel as defined by the Board of Supervisors have completed IS-800 NRP: An introduction to National Response Plan (NRP).

 

10)    Appropriate personnel as defined by the Board of Supervisors have completed ICS 100 and ICS 200 Training: Awareness and Basic Incident Command Training or equivalent.

 

11)    Incorporated NIMS/ ICS into all local and regional training and exercises.

 

12)    Participated in a NIMS all-hazard exercise program that involved responders from multiple jurisdictions.

 

13)    Incorporated corrective actions into preparedness and response plans and procedures.

 

14)    Inventoried community response assets to conform to homeland security resource typing standards.

 

15)    Ensured that all relevant national standards and guidance to achieve equipment, communication, and data interoperability have been incorporated into acquisition programs, to the extent permissible by law.

 

16)    Applied standardized and consistent terminology, including the establishment of plain English communications standards across public safety sector.

 

 

S/Greg Nolting

Chairman Board of Supervisors

 

 

Motion carried unanimously.

 

Moved by Condon, seconded by Lizer to approve bond of Steven B. Friesth d/b/a Friesth Construction for septic system installation.  (Copy on file in Auditor’s office).  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Moved by Lizer, seconded by Gill to approve resolution to temporarily close Route D18 between Routes P59 and P63 for bridge replacement project and establish detour route.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Moved by Gill, seconded by Condon to table for review by County Attorney, request by County Assessor to Quit Claim vacated First Street between Blocks One and Two of Brushy, in Washington Township, to Clausen Farm Inc. to correct assessed property.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Moved by Condon, seconded by Lizer to approve and authorize Chair to sign utility permit application from MidAmerican Energy to construct overhead electric line in Section 19, Douglas Township along the west side of Hayes Avenue south of Iowa Highway 7 to provide temporary electricity to the proposed Tate & Lyle plant.  (Copy on file in Engineer’s office).  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Moved by Lizer, seconded by Gill to approve and authorize Chair to sign utility permit application from MidAmerican Energy to construct overhead electric line along the east side of Baxter Avenue east to 1148 230th Street, and to remove overhead electric lines between 2307 & 2351 Carter Avenue and from Baxter Avenue west to 1064 230th  Street, Fulton Township, due to Highway 20 project.  (Copy on file in Engineer’s office).  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Moved by Gill, seconded by Condon to approve and authorize Chair to sign utility permit application from MidAmerican Energy to construct overhead electric line across 235th Street in Section 9, Pleasant Valley Township to provide electricity to proposed Trailer World at 2475 235th Street.  (Copy on file in Engineer’s office).  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Moved by Condon, seconded by Lizer to approve and authorize Chair to sign utility permit application from Frontier Energy to install approximately 380 feet of new copper telephone cable along the north side of 235th Street in Section 9, Pleasant Valley Township to proposed Trailer World at 2475 235th Street.  (Copy on file in Engineer’s office).  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Moved by Lizer, seconded by Gill to approve and authorize Chair to sign utility permit application from Frontier Communications to install approximately 3615 feet of new copper telephone cable along the west side of Johnson Avenue in Section 21, Douglas Township.  (Copy on file in Engineer’s office).  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Moved by Gill, seconded by Condon to allow claims.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

Moved and seconded the meeting  adjourned.