April 2015

JOURNAL NO. 32

ROOSEVELT COUNTY MONTANA

 

 

ROOSEVELT COUNTY COMMISSIONER’S PROCEDURES FOR APRIL, 2015

April 07, 2015

Present: Commissioners Duane Nygaard, Presiding Officer; Gary Macdonald and Allen Bowker; Lindsey McNabb Administrative Assistant; John Sorensen; Ron Olsen; Rod Snyder; Mark and Kristine Mahlen; Jim Salvevold; Gy Salvevold; Chet Rudolph; William D Synan; Donna K Reum, County Attorney’s Office; John Plestina, Herald News; Ray Johnson; Bill Juve.

Duane called the meeting to order at 11:00

Conflict of Interest: None

Minutes:

A motion was made by Gary to approve minutes for March 24, 2015, seconded by Allen.  Passed

A motion was made by Gary to approve the tax deed minutes for March 24, 2015, seconded by Allen. Passed

A motion was made by Gary to approve the minutes for the month of March 2015, seconded by Allen. Passed

 

Public Comment: None

 

Administrative Issues:

Zuercher

A motion was made by Gary to approve the Sheriff Department’s request to purchase new software Zuercher which will replace Sleuth, seconded by Allen. Passed

McCabe Road Discussion

Road Foreman Ken Norgaard explained options for the repair of the McCabe Road. There were several opinions expressed from the audience concerning what they thought should be done.  It was asked if the State of Montana could help monetarily as there is a lot of oil traffic on the road, which is ruining it. Duane explained the the only way the State could help would depend on the legislature.  Gary stated that they could put an ordinance out, but there is already a weight control on that road.  The Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office is busy with crime and that they don’t have the manpower to patrol the McCabe road all the time.  There was discussion about the road base.  Duane stated that they had two engineer firms reports stating that they could see give in the base.

Motion

A motion was made by Gary to approve fixing the McCabe road, seconded by Allen.  Tabled

ESRI Mapping System Renewal

A motion was made by Gary to approve GIS Department’s request to renew the mapping system, seconded by Allen.  Passed

 

Claims:

A motion was made by Gary to approve claims for March 18, 2015 in the amount of $188,304.89, seconded by Allen.  Passed

 

Pay Raises:

A motion was made by Gary to approve an annual raise for Extension employee Chris Kilsdonk from Grade 1 Range 7 to Grade 1 Range 8, seconded by Allen.  Passed

A motion was made by Gary to approve an annual raise for Sheriff’s employee Perry Lilley from Grade 1 Range 5 to Grade 1 Range 6, seconded by Allen.  Passed

A motion was made by Allen to approve an annual raise for Sheriff’s employee Robin Hendrickson from Grade 1 Range 5 to Grade 1 Range 6, seconded by Gary.  Passed

A motion was made by Allen to approve a six month raise for Library employee Michelle Isle from Grade 2 Starting to Grade 2 Probation, seconded by Gary.  Passed

 

New Hire:  None

 

Additional Administrative Issues:

Resolution 2015-20 Transfer Funds from Accelerated Oil & Gas to Public Safety Fund

A motion was made by Gary to approve Resolution 2015-20 for transfer of Funds, seconded by Allen.  Passed

RESOLUTION 2015-20

A RESOLUTION of the Board of County Commissioners of Roosevelt County, Montana, to transfer funds from the Accelerated Oil & Gas Fund to the Public Safety Fund and that said funds will be reimbursed back to the Accelerated Oil & Gas Fund from the Public Safety Fund in the 2015-2016 budget year.

WHEREAS, an increase in cash and appropriations is needed for the purchase of Zuercher Public Safety software;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE ROOSEVELT COUNTY COMMISSIONERS:

  1. That there be a transfer of $55,501.00 from the Accelerated Oil & Gas Fund to the Public Safety Fund.
  2. That there be an increase in expenditure and revenue appropriations of $55,501.00
  3. That said increase authorization is effective immediately.

Dated this 7th day of April, 2015

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

ROOSEVELT COUNTY

 

/s/ Duane Nygaard,

Duane Nygaard, Presiding Officer

 

/s/ Gary Macdonald,

Gary Macdonald, Member

 

/s/ Allen Bowker

Allen Bowker, Member

Attest:

/s/ Cheryl A Hansen

Cheryl A Hansen

Clerk and Recorder

 

Extending Sheriff Employee Corey Reum vacation Hours

A motion was made by Allen to approve extending unused vacation hours for 90 days, seconded by Gary.  Passed

 

Extending Road Foreman Ken Norgaard vacation Hours

A motion was made by Gary to approve extending unused vacation hours for 90 days, seconded by Allen.  Passed

 

Resignation Sheriff Employee Chelbi Brugh

A motion was made by Gary to approve Sheriff’s Employee Chelbi Brugh resignation, seconded by Allen.  Passed

 

Investments and Pledged Securities

A motion was made by Gary to approve the Investments and Pledged Securities, seconded by Allen.  Passed

 

Resolution 2015-21 Transfer Funds from General Fund to Comprehensive Insurance Fund

 

RESOLUTION 2015-21

A RESOLUTION of the Board of County Commissioners of Roosevelt County, Montana, to transfer appropriations within the General Fund from the County Building Department Machinery & Equipment line item to the County Building Transfer to Other Funds line item; to transfer these funds to the Comprehensive Insurance Fund to increase the expenditure appropriations and revenue appropriations.

WHEREAS, appropriations in the amount of $2,900.00 are available in the County Building Machinery and Equipment line item in General Fund; and

WHEREAS, an increase of $2,900.00 is needed in the expenditure and revenue appropriations in the Comprehensive Insurance Fund in order to fund the increase in the liability insurance premium for the 2014-2015 fiscal year;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Roosevelt County Commissioners that:

  1. $2,900.00 be transferred within the General Fund from the County Building Machinery & Equipment line item into the County Building Transfer to Other Funds line item.
  2. $2,900.00 be transferred to the Comprehensive Insurance Fund to increase appropriations in the expenditure Fixed Charges line item and the Interfund Transfer revenue line item.
  3. That said authorization is effective immediately.

 

DATED this 7 day of April, 2015

 

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

ROOSEVELT COUNTY

 

/s/ Duane Nygaard,

Duane Nygaard, Presiding Officer

 

/s/ Gary Macdonald,

Gary Macdonald, Member

 

/s/ Allen Bowker

Allen Bowker, Member

Attest:

/s/ Cheryl A Hansen

Cheryl A Hansen

Clerk and Recorder

 

Gary moved to adjourn

Allen seconded

Meeting adjourn at 12:09

 

April 14, 2015

Present: Commissioners Duane Nygaard, Presiding Officer; Gary Macdonald and Allen Bowker; Lindsey McNabb Administrative Assistant; Casey Burke, County Planner; John Plestina, Herald News; Bill Juve; Jordan Knudsen and Donna Reum, Roosevelt County Attorney’s Office; Michael Rinaldi, County Sanitarian.

Duane called the meeting to order at 11:00

Conflict of Interest: None

Minutes:

A motion was made by Allen to approve minutes for April 14, 2015, seconded by Gary.  Passed

 

Public Comment:

Juve asked about the Salvevold Plant in Culbertson.  No answer.

 

Administrative Issues:

Resignation Treasurer’s employee Lindsey Ellison

A motion was made by Gary to approve Treasurer’s employee Lindsey Ellison resignation, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Sub Divisions, Planning

Casey Burke explained the preliminary plat with two sub divisions, LD minor and GD minor includes five lots and eighty acres also hired a consultant.  Juve asked what the difference is.  Casey explained its initials of the people in the subdivision.

A motion was made by Gary to approve the LD minor subdivision, seconded by Allen.  Passed

A motion was made by Gary to approve the GD minor subdivision, seconded by Allen. Passed

 

Claims:

A motion was made by Gary to approve claims for April 8, 2015 in the amount of $139,354.40, seconded by Allen.  Passed

 

Pay Raises:

Mychal Damon, 911

A motion was made by Gary to approve an annual raise for 911 employee Mychal Damon from Grade 1 Range 5 to Grade 1 Range 6, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Carlos Garcia, 911

A motion was made by Gary to approve an annual raise for 911 employee Carlos Garcia from Grade 1 Range 8 to Grade 2 Range 7, seconded by Allen.  Passed

 

New Hire: None

 

Additional Administrative Issues:

 Pay Raise Thomasine Azure, 911

A motion was made by Gary to approve annual raise for 911 employee Thomasine Azure from Grade 1 Range 5 to Grade 1 Range 6, seconded by Allen.  Passed

 

New Business: None

Unfinished Business:

Indigent Burial

Jordan stated that there was no further updates and to go forward with this request.

A motion was made by Gary to approve Clayton Stevenson request on an indigent burial, seconded by Allen.  Passed

 

Allen moved to adjourn

Gary seconded

Meeting adjourn at 11:08

 

 April 14, 2015- Special Public Meeting in Culbertson, MT

Present: Commissioners Duane Nygaard, Presiding Officer; Gary Macdonald and Allen Bowker; Lindsey McNabb, Administrative Assistant; Gordon Oelkers; AB Rumsey; WB Houle; Rick Knick; Robert Petersen; Mark Nelson; Audrey Stromberg.

Duane called the meeting to order at 6:30 p.m.

A motion was made by Gary to go into discussion on the Culbertson Airport, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Culbertson Airport Discussion

Duane thanked the airport board for coming to the meeting.  Duane asked if the land owners are not willing to sell.  Rick stated that the FAA can condemn the land.  The airport board explained that the master plan can’t change; the FAA already approved the plan.  The air ambulance can’t land without extending the runway due to weather. Airplanes now are too big so the airport can’t handle them. Audrey Stromberg mentioned that five times they had to transport patients because the airplanes couldn’t land due to weather and the airport can’t accommodate the planes.   There are also safety issues such as protecting the runway from wildlife and pedestrians. The height of the wildlife fence would be 9 ft.  The FAA has regulations on fencing around the airport called the zoning process which is the reason why they would need to buy land.  Gordon mentioned the city has adopted ordinances and have restrictions for the airport. Rick explained FAA pays 90% and the 10% is split between county and city of Culbertson.  Rick mentioned the next step would be to hire a land surveyor until the buy sell agreement.  It was asked if the appraisers would have different prices.  The airport board explained they would have to negotiate with the land owners.  Duane asked if the appraiser goes over $10,000.  It was explained that the project cost would go up and FAA still would pay the 90% no matter what. Rick stated that there are time tables for the engineer before you are eligible to get monies from FAA.   Rick stated that there are a few risks which are fronting the $144,000 and expensive land.  Rick mentioned that they have a letter from the land owner and they have set aside land just for the airport.  Another land owner as accommodate parallel taxiway and fence.  They also mentioned that FAA monies won’t buy all land.  You need to prove that the airport would need that much land.  Duane asked if there are any grants for this project.  Gordon stated yes there are, but it would be after the project is finished and approved.  Duane stated that right now the airport budget doesn’t have the monies.  Gordon stated Culbertson city could borrow the intercap but the county needs to participate 50% of the payment.  Duane stated the risk is too great.  We wouldn’t get the first bill from KLJ by August. It would approximately take three months to buy the land and we would have to start paying the loan off in six months.  Would the city carry the county?  Gordon replied no.  Rick stated that FAA is committed to the project.  The only risk for the county on losing monies would be the interest on the loan. FAA doesn’t pay interest but the state does.  Rick mentioned that with federal regulations they would have to go out for proposals every three to five years.  If they have to do the avigation easement it would lock up land and they wouldn’t be able to build.  If they have to go with the condemnation process it would take three months for that process.
It wouldn’t shut down the project; they would have to change the plan.  Rick asked about the airport board authority and mentioned there needs to be more communication.  Gordon stated that the community of Culbertson fully supports the airport. Robert explained that they weren’t going to go forward with this project so soon but has to go forward now.

 

Meeting was adjourn at 8:00 pm

 

 April 20, 2015- Special Administrative Meeting

Present: Commissioners Duane Nygaard, Presiding Officer; Gary Macdonald and Allen Bowker; Lindsey McNabb, Administrative Assistant.

A motion was made by Gary to go into special administrative session, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Administrative Issues:

Grill Guard & Step-Up Bars purchase request from Sheriff’s Department

A motion was made by Allen to approve Sheriff’s Department request to purchase grill guard and step- up bars for the new sheriff vehicle, seconded by Gary.  Passed

 

Gary moved to adjourn

Allen seconded

Meeting adjourn at 12:05

 

April 23, 2015- Special Administrative Session

Present: Commissioners Duane Nygaard, Presiding Officer and Gary Macdonald; Lindsey McNabb, Administrative Assistant.

A motion was made by Gary to go into Special Administrative Session, seconded by Duane.  Passed

New Hire Jessica Redekopp, Aging Department

A motion was made by Gary to approve new hire of Jessica Redekopp to the Aging Department for the Outreach program, seconded by Duane.  Passed

 

New Hire Dylan Rider, Road Department

A motion was made by Gary to approve new hire of Dylan Rider to the Road Department , seconded by Duane.  Passed

 

Resignation Aging employee Betty Kluth

A motion was made by Gary to approve Betty Kluth resignation effective April 23, 2015, seconded by Duane.  Passed

Discussion:

Commissioners would like to thank Betty for the years of dedication with Roosevelt County.

 

Resignation Aging employee Lynn Beyer

A motion was made by Gary to approve Lynn Beyer resignation effective April 15, 2015, seconded by Duane.  Passed

Discussion:

Commissioners would like to thank Lynn Beyer for the years of dedication with Roosevelt County.

 

Pay Raise Jerri Grimsrud, Justice of the Peace

A motion was made by Gary to approve an annual raise for Justice of the Peace employee Jerri Grimsrud from Grade 3 Range 7 to Grade 3 Range 8, seconded by Duane.  Passed

 

Adjourn:

Gary moved to adjourn

Seconded by Duane

Adjourn at 9:28

 

 April 23, 2015-Special Administrative Session

 

Present: Commissioners Duane Nygaard, Presiding and Gary Macdonald; Lindsey McNabb Administrative Assistant

 

A motion was made by Gary to go into Special Administrative Session, seconded by Duane.  Passed

 

Pay Raise Orin Cantrell, Sheriff’s Department

A motion was made by Duane to approve pay raise for Sheriff’s employee Orin Cantrell to 88% of the Sheriff’s wages for completion of his Intermediate training , seconded by Gary.  Passed

 

Discussion:

Duane stated that the wage increase is in the Union contract that he receives a raise after completion of training.

 

Pay Raise Tim Lingle, Sheriff’s Department

A motion was made by Gary to approve pay raise for Sheriff’s employee Tim Lingle to 89% of the Sheriff’s wages for completion of his Advanced Training, seconded by Duane.  Passed

Discussion:

Duane stated that the wage increase is in the Union contract that he receives a raise after completion of training.

 

Adjourn:

Gary moved to adjourn

Seconded by Duane

Adjourn at 2:14

 

April 28, 2015

Present: Commissioners Duane Nygaard, Presiding Officer; Gary Macdonald and Allen Bowker; Lindsey McNabb, Administrative Assistant; Jason Frederick, Sheriff; Donna Reum and Jordan Knudsen, Roosevelt County Attorney’s Office; Herman Shumway, Roosevelt County Museum; John Plestina, Herald News; Bill Juve.

Duane called the meeting to order at 11:00

Conflict of Interest:  None

Minutes:

Minutes for Regular Public Meeting of April 14, 2015

A motion was made by Allen to approve minutes for the regular public meeting of April 14, 2015, seconded by Gary.  Passed

Minutes for Special Public Meeting of April 14, 2015

A motion was made by Allen to approve minutes for the Special Public meeting of April 14, 2015, seconded by Gary.  Passed

Minutes for Administrative Session of April 20, 2015

A motion was made by Allen to approve minutes for the Administrative Session of April 20, 2015, seconded by Gary.  Passed

Minutes for Administrative Session of April 23, 2015

A motion was made by Allen to approve minutes for the Administrative Session of April 23, 2015, seconded by Gary. Passed

 

Public Comment:  None

 

Administrative Issues:

Carpet purchase request from Sheriff’s Department

A motion was made by Allen to approve Sheriff Department’s request to purchase new carpet for the Poplar office, seconded by Gary.  Passed

Discussion:

Gary stated that the city owns the building.  Sheriff Frederick stated the Sheriff’s Department does not have to pay rent.  Juve asked if the county pays for utilities.  Sheriff Frederick stated the county pays 35% of the utilities.

Vehicle purchase request from DES

A motion was made by Gary to approve DES request to purchase a 2015 Dodge from Northern Prairie Auto in the amount of $35,236.00, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Gravel Bid from Franz Construction

A motion was made by Gary to approve Gravel bid from Franz Construction for $6.70 a ton, seconded by Allen. Passed

Discussion:

Juve asked what kind of gravel is it.  Road Forman Norgaard stated it is crushed -3/4”.

 

Claims:

A motion was made by Gary to approve claims for April 22, 2015 in the amount of $213,975.15, seconded by Allen. Passed

A motion was made by Gary to approve claims for April 22, 2015 in the amount of $2,250.00, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Pay Raises: None

 

New Hire: None

 

Additional Administrative Issues:

Zuercher Contract

A motion was made by Gary to approve Sheriff Department’s new software Zuercher, seconded by Allen. Passed

Discussion:

Duane stated that Deputy Roosevelt County Attorney Jorden has looked over the contract and made a few changes.

New hire Brandy Sutton, 911

A motion was made by Gary to approve new hire of Brandy Sutton to 911 starting at Grade 1 Range 5, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Discussion:

Gary stated that she will be temporary until the 911 board approves.

Pay Raise Patrick O’Connor, Sheriff Department

A motion was made by Gary to approve pay raise for Sheriff’s employee Patrick O’Connor to 89% of the Sheriff’s wages for completion of his Advance training, seconded by Allen.  Passed

 

New Business: None

 

Unfinished Business:

Discussion on Jail Remodel Architects

A motion was made by Gary to go into discussion on the Jail Remodel Architects, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Discussion:  Duane stated that they will be having follow-up interviews this afternoon.  Bill Juve asked how many architects the commissioners are interviewing.  Duane stated three and there were seven architects that submitted a proposal.  John Plestina asked when the construction would start.  Duane replied possibly in the spring of 2016 after the design is approved.  Gary mentioned that this is something we don’t want to rush.  Jordan Knudsen asked if there’s a plan connecting the Jail and Courthouse.  Duane stated yes.

 

Gary moved to adjourn

Seconded by Allen

Adjourn at 11:14

 

 

WARRANTS: PAYROLL AND CLAIMS: The Board has now completed the auditing of all claims presented for payment and ordered the following listed warrants issued:

 

-76588  GARY MACDONALD $2,924.16
-76587  LINDSEY MCNABB $1,977.53
-76586  DUANE NYGAARD $3,160.28
-76585  LAURIE EVANS $2,429.11
-76584  JERI TOAVS $2,956.04
-76583  JERRI GRIMSRUD $1,520.65
-76582  TRACI HARADA $2,383.87
-76581  PENNY HENDRICKSON $2,483.87
-76580  DAVID BLOCK $2,742.85
-76579  RENEE EGGEBRECHT $2,716.24
-76578  LINDSEY ELLISON $2,100.16
-76577  JENNA PRESSER $1,878.06
-76576  BETTY ROMO $2,969.21
-76575  JAMIE GILL $2,135.88
-76574  CHERYL HANSEN $3,472.49
-76573  TRACY JUVE-MIRANDA $3,265.77
-76572  JAN PANKRATZ $2,393.29
-76571  SAMANTHA REDFIELD $2,082.01
-76570  DARLENE TWITCHELL $922.18
-76569  TIERRA ERWIN $2,472.17
-76568  RALPH PATCH $5,899.25
-76567  DONNA REUM $3,028.23
-76566  CHRISTA WAGNER $1,818.60
-76565  BRENDA ABRAHAM $1,919.66
-76564  COLE HANKS $2,915.25
-76563  NIKKI JOHNSON $2,107.73
-76562  CRAIG KARGE $2,560.45
-76561  CHRISTINE KILSDONK $1,478.74
-76560  DANIEL SIETSEMA $3,008.19
-76559  CLAYTON VINE $2,950.12
-76558  STEVEN KIRKEGARD $672.88
-76557  JOSEPH REINHART $663.00
-76556  MICHELLE BARSNESS $2,079.77
-76555  VICKIE BELL $4,156.80
-76554  TARRAH POITRA $1,991.35
-76553  PATRICIA PRESSER $3,255.70
-76552  KARLA THOMPSON $3,226.38
-76551  MARY VINE $2,253.03
-76550  J. MICHAEL BROWN $2,145.11
-76549  DIANE HANSON $2,476.50
-76548  JEFF ADKINS $2,645.43
-76547  SHANE AUSTIN $2,283.04
-76546  NUFRY BOYSUN $2,647.03
-76545  HARDY BRAATEN $2,367.18
-76544  DAVID COMBS $2,719.06
-76543  SCOTT DOORNEK $2,655.76
-76542  ALAN ENGELKE $417.43
-76541  CAM FRIEDE $2,524.80
-76540  DEREK MCNABB $2,941.66
-76539  JEFF NEUBAUER $2,573.64
-76538  KENNETH NORGAARD $2,829.05
-76537  DENNIE REUM $2,798.09
-76536  DAVID TOAVS $2,415.94
-76535  LARRY WOOD $2,565.66
-76534  WILLIAM PETERSEN $2,636.52
-76533  ANGELA MILLER $1,462.20
-76532  JULIE BACH $1,507.15
-76531  SHERI HARVEY $1,010.50
-76530  MICHELLE ISLE $1,727.26
-76529  JANET LIVINGSTON $1,934.12
-76528  LINDA BEYER $1,147.94
-76527  PAMELA CLARK $1,867.79
-76526  BETTY KLUTH $1,924.05
-76525  DEBRA MASON $1,497.14
-76524  GAIL NELSON $1,261.44
-76523  CAROL RASMUSSEN $1,326.43
-76522  JESSICA REDEKOPP $457.86
-76521  DAWN BJORGE $2,029.79
-76520  JASON BAKER $2,765.36
-76519  STEVEN BARR JR. $3,018.95
-76518  TINA BETS HIS MEDICINE $2,372.26
-76517  WILLIAM BLACK DOG $2,785.36
-76516  ORIN CANTRELL $3,087.69
-76515  EUGENE CULBERTSON II $2,685.51
-76514  JASON FREDERICK $3,844.11
-76513  CURTIS HOLUM $3,114.62
-76512  FREDERICK LEE $1,928.86
-76511  TIMOTHY LINGLE $3,573.79
-76510  TONETTA MARTELL $1,817.21
-76509  CLAY MCGESHICK $3,045.80
-76508  JOSEPH MOORE $3,143.34
-76507  PATRICK O'CONNOR $2,914.51
-76506  COREY REUM $3,205.78
-76505  MARY SIMONS $1,858.59
-76504  JOHN SUMMERS $3,844.88
-76503  GAYDELLA BRUNELLE $1,815.03
-76502  MYCHAL DAMON $1,774.70
-76501  CATHERINE DICKEY $2,182.28
-76500  KU'U-IKAIKA EDMUNDSON-SHOOK $1,904.70
-76499  CARLOS GARCIA $2,212.94
-76498  RACHAEL PARKER $1,893.55
-76497  TROY BLOUNT $1,830.25
-76496  DEBRA COLLINS $2,321.81
-76495  ROBIN HENDRICKSON $1,977.85
-76494  VINCENT MACDONALD $2,352.64
-76493  SCOTT SWAIN $2,022.79
                                           Total Electronic $227,061.68
-76492 D-SHRF          PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREM $13,124.02
-76491 FIT             IRS/FEDERAL DEPOSIT $100,844.45
-76490 P.E.R.S.        PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREM $48,596.35
-76489 PERS RETIREE    PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RETIREME $567.39
-76488 SIT             STATE TREASURER $17,056.00
-76487 Unempl. Insur.  UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE D $6,609.34
                   Total Deductions $186,797.55
41868  BETH HEKKEL $234.06
41869  STEVE LIEN $182.20
41870  BETH HEKKEL $212.11
41871  STEVE LIEN $301.83
41872  ALLEN BOWKER $2,969.15
41873  SUE BROESDER $1,228.08
41874  PEGGY PURVIS $1,861.93
41875  KIYO RUHD $2,342.51
41876  JORDAN KNUDSEN $4,618.33
41877  ANDREW ENGELKE $2,271.61
41878  RICHARD ERDAHL $2,677.39
41879  LYNN LIEN $2,232.61
41880  ANDREA HAYES $2,704.63
41881  LORENE HINTZ $257.60
41882  MIRACLE SPOTTED WOLF $2,268.43
41883  GLORIA GIESE $1,515.90
41884  LOWELL BOYD JR $2,004.02
41885  CHELBI BRUGH $2,685.51
41886  DONNA AHNEMAN $2,355.24
41887  THOMASINE AZURE $1,893.69
41888  JOANN NELSON $2,175.51
41889  JEFFREY WOZNIAK $3,007.81
41890  MELVIN CLARK $3,018.25
41891  PERRY LILLEY SR $1,784.39
41892  BRIAN NELSON $1,952.45
41893  LOREN WESTON $1,762.03
                                       Total Non-Electronic $50,517.27
41894 AFLAC           AFLAC $1,475.13
41895 AFSCME          AFSCME $507.65
41896 CHILD SUPPORT   CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMEN $896.02
41897 CHILD SUPPORT-S OFFICE OF CHILD SUPPORT $1,659.17
41898 COLONIAL        COLONIAL LIFE & ACCIDENT $2,647.76
41899 EBMS/FLEX FEES  EBMS $1,885.86
41900 EBMS/HEALTH INS EBMS/HEALTH INSURANCE $89,353.12
41901 HSA             WESTERN BANK $457.49
41902 JEFFERSON PILOT JEFFERSON PILOT FINANCIA $693.88
41903 LEGALSHIELD     LEGALSHIELD $15.95
41904 PEBSCO          NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SO $280.00
41905 UNION/DEPUTIES  MONTANA TEAMSTERS/LOCAL $1,715.00
41906 Workers' Comp   MACO WORKERS COMPENSATIO $31,778.38
                 Total Deductions $133,365.41
Total Electronic: $413,859.23
Total Non- Electronic: $183,882.68
Total: $597,741.91

 

 

 

TOTAL PAYROLL WITH WORKERS COMP & UNEMPLOYMENT: $572,117.55

 

1000 GENERAL

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                             $74,187.74

2110 ROAD FUND

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                             $64,617.61

2140 NOXIOUS WEED

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                             $18,418.87

2160 COUNTY FAIR FUND

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $4,156.74

2170 AIRPORT

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                 $24.30

2190 COMPREHENSIVE INSURANCE

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $3,405.00

2200 MOSQUITO CONTROL

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                 $66.00

2220 LIBRARY

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $6,425.71

2280 SENIOR CITIZENS

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $4,576.37

2290 EXTENSION SERVICE

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $3,013.44

2300 PUBLIC SAFETY

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                             $72,277.98

2360 ROOSEVELT CO MUSEUM

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                $853.18

2393 RECORDS PRESERVATION

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $2,106.00

2460 MCCABE SPECIAL

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                 $15.85

2800 ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $3,791.00

2840 NOXIOUS WEED GRANT

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $4,475.00

2850 911 EMERGENCY

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                             $10,825.00

2979 CFDC-BIOTERRORISM GRANT

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                $989.77

4030 PUBLIC SAFETY CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $6,615.10

7200 RURAL FIRE DISTRICT 64

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $3,306.01

7380 WOLF POINT TV

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                $864.59

7385 POPLAR TV

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                $105.52

 

 

Total:      $285,116.78

 

 

 

TOTAL CLAIMS AND PAYROLL FOR MARCH, 2015: $ 857,234.33

 

 

 

ABATEMENTS APPROVED

 

FEES RECEIVED:  The following fees for the month of March were received from various offices:

Clerk and Recorder                                                     $ 17325.90

JP Wolf Point                                                             $

JP Culbertson                                                              $ 10,855.00

Clerk of District Court                                                  $ 71,362.99

Sheriff                                                                         $ 935.00

INVESTMENT INTEREST:  County Treasurer Betty Romo reported the County had received investment interest for the month of March from the following:

Western Bank checking interest                        $ 124.39

Western Bank STIP interest                            $ 2,140.42

.           Western Bank Money Market                          $ 252.15

First Community Bank interest Froid              $

First Community Bank interest Wolf Point      $ 159.65

Independence Bank Savings Interest               $ 128.83

Independence Bank CDARS                             $ 382.45

Western Bank CD Interest                               $

 

DEPOSITS:  The following listed checks were deposited with the County Treasurer

$96.33- Oil Royalties from Nautilus to General Fund

$96.33- Oil Royalties from Nautilus to Road Fund

$205.48- Interest on CUSIP #32111L-CC-4 to General Fund

$550.00- Rent from Tim Lingle to Public Safety Fund

$3.03- Oil Royalties from Samson Oil to General Fund

$3.03- Oil Royalties from Samson Oil to Road Fund

$101.03- Fuel Tax Allocation to Road Fund

$8,494.42- Fuel Tax Allocation to Gasoline Tax Fund

$1,492.18- Oil Royalties from EOG Oil to General Fund

$1,492.17- Oil Royalties from EOG Oil to Road Fund

$113.68- Oil Royalties from Gensis Oil to General Fund

$113.67- Oil Royalties from Gensis Oil to Road Fund

$3,030.00- Reimbursement Mineral Taxes withheld to General Capital Improvement Fund

$1,558.31- Oil Royalties from StatOil to General Fund

$1,558.32- Oil Royalties from Stat Oil to Road Fund

$37.24- Oil Royalties from Slawson to General Fund

$37.24- Oil Royalties from Slawson to Road Fund

$220.14- Oil Royalties from Abraxas to General Fund

$220.14-Oil Royalties from Abraxas to Road Fund

$50.00- Road Xing Permit from Sheridan Electric to Road Fund

$222.87- Oil Royalties from Nautilus to General Fund

$222.87- Oil Royalties from Nautilus to Road Fund

$381.76- Oil Royalties from SM Energy to General Fund

$381.75- Oil Royalties from SM Energy to Road Fund

$565.86- Oil Royalties from Darrah Oil to General Fund

$565.87- Oil Royalties from Darrah Oil to Road Fund

$21,746.88- Motorola Warrant Reimbursement to General Fund

$3,000.00- Reimbursement from City of Wolf Point for City Attorney to General Fund

$988.79- Reimbursement from City of Wolf Point for JP Secretary to General Fund

$50.00- Road Easement from Nemont to Road Fund

$1,100.00- Rent from Tim Lingle to Public Safety Fund

$1,100.00- Rent from Joe Moore to Public Safety Fund

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

_____________________________________________

Presiding Officer

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

ROOSEVELT COUNTY, MONTANA

 

ATTEST: _______________________________________

                                                COUNTY CLERK AND CLERK OF THE BOARD

                                                            OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 

 

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