February 2015

JOURNAL NO. 32

ROOSEVELT COUNTY MONTANA

 

 

ROOSEVELT COUNTY COMMISSIONER’S PROCEDURES FOR FEBRUARY, 2015

Special Administrative Session February 2, 2015

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

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

Request to hire Lowell Boyd Sheriff Department

A motion was made by Gary to approve the new hire Lowell Boyd as a deputy for the Sheriff Department starting wages is $22.17, effective February 2, 2015, seconded by Duane.  Passed

 

Gary moved to adjourn

Duane seconded

Meeting adjourn at 11:09

 

Public Meeting Tuesday February 3, 2015

Present: John Plestina, Herald News; Bill Juve; Jason Frederick, Sheriff; Donna Reum and Jordan Knudsen, RCA Office; Commissioners Duane Nygaard, Presiding Officer, Gary Macdonald, Allen Bowker; Lindsey McNabb, Administrative Assistant.

Duane called the meeting to order at 11:00

Conflict of Interest: None

Minutes: A motion was made by Allen to approve minutes for January 20, 2015, seconded by Gary. Passed

Public Comment: Bill Juve asked about the meeting that was held on Friday January 30, 2015. Duane explained what the meeting was about. Juve asked if we did agree to the inter-local contract. Duane replied yes we approved that day and the mayor approved that night. Juve then asked what the cost to the county is. Duane replied nothing because we get the Poplar budget of $210,000 per year. Juve asked if we would need to hire new officers. Duane replied yes two officers and one vehicle. Juve also asked about the capital budget monies to start the remodel of the jail, will that monies be put in the capital budget. Gary replied the capital budget is used for various things. Duane replied this is specific capital improvement for the jail. Juve asked about road fund 920 line item that says improvements for $43,200 what was that used for. Duane replied he will look in to it have an answer during the next meeting. Juve is concerned about the rodeo road.

Administrative Issues:

  1. A motion was made by Allen to approve K9 recertification, seconded by Gary. Passed.

Discussion: Bill Juve asked how often they need to be recertified. Sheriff replied every year.

  1. A motion was made by Allen to approve the bid from Fox Ford for four new vehicles for the road department. There are bids from Fox Ford & Northern Prairie Auto. The lowest bid was from Fox Ford for $115,400, seconded by Gary. Passed

 

Claims: A motion for approval of claims on Jan. 21, 2015 in the amount of $80,048.66 was made by Gary, seconded by Jim.  Passed

Pay Raises: A motion was made by Gary to approve the annual raise for Attorney employee Christa Wagner to $13.05 hr/ $2262.00 month Grade 2 Range 3, seconded by Allen. Passed

New Hire: A motion was made by Gary to approve re-hiring Dick Erdahl at the Road department part-time, seconded by Allen. Passed

Additional Administrative Issues:

  1. Board Approvals

A motion was made by Gary to approve Robert Peterson to the Airport Board, Tracy O’Connor       to the Airport Board, Ruth Jackson to the Health Board, Shelli Isle to the Health board, Mike Christoffersen to the Fair Board, Dave Wemmer to the Compensation Board, Zane Panasuk to the Compensation Board, Jerald Petersen to the Planning Board, Larry Burshia to the Planning Board, Terry Traeger to the Weed Board, Gary Hanson to the Weed Board, seconded by Allen.  Passed

  1. A motion was made by Duane to approve Gary for acting presiding officer when Duane is

absent, seconded by Allen. Passed

  1. A motion was made by Gary to approve hiring Fusion Communication for fleet mapping and inventory of the radios, seconded by Allen. Passed

 

Gary moved to adjourn

Allen seconded

Meeting adjourn at 11:16

 

 

Special Administrative Session February 5, 2015

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

A motion was made by Duane to go into a Special Administrative Session, second by Allen. Passed

Resolution 2015-17

A motion was made by Duane to approve resolution 2015-17 for revoking suspension of taxes owed at the Culbertson plant, also known as Great Plains oil, second by Allen.  Passed

 

RESOLUTION NO. 2015-17

 

RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF ROOSEVELT COUNTY, REVOKING SUSPENSION OF DELINQUENT TAX COLLECTION

 

It is the intent of the Roosevelt County Commissioners to revoke the suspension of collection of property taxes owed on the Culbertson Mill, Canola Oil Plant.

 

RECITALS

 

                  WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners is the duly elected body representing Roosevelt County, Montana, and is empowered to act on behalf of the County; and

 

                  WHEREAS, on December 21, 2010, the Roosevelt County Commissioners passed Resolution 2011-11, under the authority of Mont. Code Ann. §15-24-1701 et seq., which suspended the collection of delinquent property taxes owed on the Culbertson Mill, a Canola Oil processing plant located just east of the Town of Culbertson to allow Great Plains Oil & Exploration, LLC, the interested purchaser to secure a mortgage for purchase of the mill.

 

WHEREAS, Resolution 2011-11 stated that the collection of delinquent property taxes would be suspended for a period of 4 years upon conditions that the purchaser abide by the conditions that the plant would be utilized in a profit-orientated employment-stimulating business for three years, employing 10 or more full time employees, and an investment of $2 million would be made in improvements on the Culbertson Mill.

 

WHEREAS, the purchaser failed to comply with any conditions of the Resolution requiring use in a profit-oriented business, employment, or improvements.

 

WHEREAS, the four year term of the suspension of delinquent taxes expired December 21, 2014.

 

                  NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners of Roosevelt County, Montana, that the above Recitals are true and correct, and the foregoing Recitals justify and support the resolutions contained herein.

 

                  BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board of County Commissioners of Roosevelt County hereby revokes the suspension of the collection of delinquent taxes for failure of the purchaser to abide by the conditions of the Resolution suspending collection.

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, pursuant to Mont. Code Ann. §15-16-801, the purpose of this resolution is to reinstate the tax lien on the Culbertson Mill, and allow penalties and interest to accrue on the property taxes as if no suspension had occurred.

 

Passed and Approved this 5th day of February, 2015.

 

ROOSEVELT COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

 

/s/ Duane Nygaard

Presiding Officer

/s/ Gary Macdonald

Member

/s/ Allen Bowker

Member

ATTEST:

/s/ Cheryl A. Hansen

County Clerk and Clerk of the

Board of County Commissioner

 

Duane moved to adjourn

Allen second

Meeting adjourn at 4:50

 

Regular Public Meeting- Tuesday February 17, 2015

Present: Commissioners Gary Macdonald, Presiding Officer and Allen Bowker; Lindsey McNabb Administrative Assistant; John Plestina, Herald News; Clay Petersen, Roosevelt Weed District; Bill Juve; Craige Karge, Roosevelt Maintenance

Gary called the meeting to order at 11:00

Conflict of Interest: None

Minutes:

  1. A motion was made by Allen to approve minutes for January 30, 2015, seconded by Gary. Passed
  2. A motion was made by Allen to approve minutes for Month of January, seconded by Gary. Passed

Discussion:  Juve asked why we have to approve the monthly minutes when we approve all the weekly minutes, and is it necessary.  Gary replied in the monthly minutes are approved claims, wages, and revenue which is only listed in the monthly minutes.

  1. A motion was made by Allen to approve minutes for February 2, 2015, seconded by Gary. Passed

A motion was made by Allen to approve minutes for February 5, 2015, seconded by Gary. Passed

Public Comment: None

Administrative Issues:

  1. A motion was made by Allen to approve amendment B to the Roosevelt County Policy Manual, seconded by Gary. Passed
  2. A motion was made by Allen to approve John Knudsen to be re-appointed on the Weed Board, seconded by Gary. Passed
  3. A motion was made by Allen to approve Gina Snyder to be re-appointed on the Planning Board, seconded by Gary. Passed
  4. A motion was made by Gary to approve Weed District request to purchase a new side by side from Acme Tools in the amount of $18,291.00, seconded by Allen. Passed

Claims:  A motion was made by Gary to approve claims on February 4, 2015 in the amount of

$80,219.99, seconded by Allen.  Passed

 

Pay Raises:

 

  1. A motion was made by Allen to approve the annual raise for Jail employee Scott Swain to $14.14/ $2451.49 a month Grade 2 Range 5, seconded by Gary. Passed
  2. A motion was made by Allen to approve the annual raise for Clerk and Recorder employee Samantha Redfield to $2679.24 a month Grade 2 Range 7, seconded by Gary. Passed
  3. A motion was made by Allen to approve the annual raise for Aging employee Pam Clark to $12.93 Grade 1 Range 4, seconded by Gary. Passed
  4. A motion was made by Allen to approve the annual raise for Aging employee Betty Kluth to $15.07 Grade 1 Range 7, seconded by Gary. Passed

 

New Hire:  None

 

Additional Administrative Issues:

 

  1. A motion was made by Allen to approve the contract with lobbyist M& B Strategies E.J. Redding, seconded by Gary.  Passed

Discussion: Gary stated this will be the first time Roosevelt County hired a lobbyist.  E.J. Redding was recommended by Austin Knudsen and Roosevelt County Deputy Attorney Jordan Knudsen, E.J. is a respected lobbyist in Helena.  There are three bills that he could help get to the legislature. Peterson asked how much this will cost.  Gary replied $12,000.  Allen stated he thinks it’s money well spent.  Peterson asked if MACO has any lobbyist.  Gary replied MACO will just stand up on our behalf.  Redding knows this part of the country and thinks it would be a good move.  Roosevelt County has two priorities right now, the remodel of the jail and roads.

  1. A motion was made by Gary to approve a six month raise for Extension Office employee Dawn Bjorge to $15.19/ $2632.63 a month, seconded by Allen. Passed
  2. A motion was made by Gary to approve new hire Dennie Reum at the Road Department full-time, seconded by Allen. Passed

Discussion: Juve asked if he would be reporting to the Wolf Point shop.  Gary replied yes and he also has a crane license.

  1. A motion was made by Gary to approve the Maintenance Department request to purchase a new pickup from High Plains Motors for $13,500, seconded by Allen. Passed

Discussion:  Juve asked if we could trade in the old pickup.  Gary replied no we can’t, we bought it from Surplus Government and it has to stay on the inventory. Juve asked how many years we had it.  Gary replied 5 years and Ken Norgaard will put it to use out at the road department.

  1. A motion was made by Gary to approve minutes for February 3 2015, seconded by Allen. Passed

 

New Business: None

 

Unfinished Business:  None

 

Gary moved to adjourn

Allen seconded

Meeting adjourn at 11:22

 

Regular Public Meeting- Tuesday February 24, 2015

Present: Commissioners Duane Nygaard, Presiding Officer; Allen Bowker and Gary Macdonald; Lindsey McNabb, Administrative Assistant; John Plestina, Herald News; Christa Wagner, Roosevelt  Attorney Office; Jason Frederick, Roosevelt Sheriff Office; 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 February 17, 2015, seconded by Allen. Passed

Public Comment:  Juve asked if the county has a new realty employee for a piece of property that the county owns. Back on 09/16/11 the paper stated that the county gave the Basket of Hope the building and in the agreement, when the Basket of Hope is no longer using it and/or if it was abandoned, it would revert back to the county. In the current news- paper Juve saw that Basket of Hope is trying to sell the property. Duane replied that the expenses are higher than the value and that the county had the option of taking it back.

Administrative Issues:

  1. A motion was made by Gary to approve the Sheriff’s Departments request to purchase a new vehicle from High Plains Motors for $25,448.00, seconded by Allen. Passed
  2. A motion was made by Gary to approve the Sheriff’s Departments request to purchase a new chest freezer from Gysler’s for $879.00, seconded by Allen. Passed

Discussion: Sheriff Frederick stated that they were looking at a walk-in freezer but with the remodel of the jail, they would get by with a chest freezer right now.

  1. A motion was made by Gary to approve Lindsey McNabb to be appointed on the Mosquito Control Board, seconded by Allen. Passed
  2. A motion was made by Gary to approve Resolution 2015-18 for an Increase in the Sheriff’s Budget for a Grant from Stone Garden, seconded by Allen. Passed

Discussion: Juve asked how much the grant was for.  Duane replied $50,800.52.  Juve then asked if there are any strings attached to the grant.  Gary replied yes, we get the vehicles and office space.

 

RESOLUTION 2015-18

A  RESOLUTION of the Board of County Commissioners of Roosevelt County Montana, to establish the expenditure and revenue line items in the Public Safety Fund for the Operation Stonegarden Grant Program.

WHEREAS, monies have been made available from the Department of Homeland Security in the amount of $50,852.00 for the Operation Stonegarden Grant;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE ROOSEVELT COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF ROOSEVELT COUNTY, MONTANA AS FOLLOWS:

  1. That the following expenditure Personal Services line item be established in the amount of $12,818.00. (2300-525-420135-100)
  2. That the following expenditure Machinery and Equipment line item be established in the amount of $38,034.00. (2300-525-420135-940)
  3. That the following revenue line item Operation Stonegarden Grant be established in the amount of $50,852.00. (2300-331112)
  4. That said increase authorization is effective immediately.

Dated this 24 day of February, 2015.

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

ROOSEVELT COUNTY

 

/s/ Duane Nygaard,

Presiding Officer

/s/ Gary Macdonald,

Member

/s/ Allen Bowker

Member

Attest:

/s/ Cheryl A Hansen

Cheryl A Hansen

Clerk and Recorder

 

  Claims:  A motion was made by Allen to approve claims on February 18, 2015 in the amount of $128,346.68, seconded by Gary.  Passed

 

  Pay Raises:  A motion was made by Gary to approve a six month raise for Sheriff employee Debra Collins to Grade 3 Range 5, seconded by Allen.  Passed

 

  New Hire: None

 

  Additional Administrative Issues:

  1. A motion was made by Gary to approve the contract between Great Northern and Roosevelt County for architect on Senior Center in Poplar, seconded by Allen. Passed

Discussion:  Gary stated that the grant is from Department of Commerce and it will not exceed $13,000.  The grant is ready once it is signed will go out for RFP.

  1. A motion was made by Gary to approve Montana Grafix to do our website design, seconded by Allen. Passed

Discussion: Juve asked if it will be every department and will we be the owner of the website.  Gary replied yes and all departments can control their own tab and we would buy the domain, Montana Grafix will just do the design.

  1. A motion was made by Allen to approve a six month raise for 911 employee Rachael Parker to Grade 1 Range 7, seconded by Gary. Passed
  2. A motion was made by Gary to approve new hire Troy Blount to the Sheriff Department as Jailer, seconded by Allen. Passed
  3. A motion was made by Gary to approve John Plestina to be appointed on the Mosquito Control Board, seconded by Allen. Passed

 

 

Allen moved to adjourn

Gary seconded

Meeting adjourn at 11:20

 

 

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

 

-76791    GARY MACDONALD $3,009.63
-76790    LINDSEY MCNABB $1,977.53
-76789    DUANE NYGAARD $3,160.28
-76788    JAMES SHANKS $216.25
-76787    LAURIE EVANS $2,419.41
-76786    JERI TOAVS $2,956.04
-76785    JERRI GRIMSRUD $1,520.65
-76784    TRACI HARADA $2,383.87
-76783    PENNY HENDRICKSON $2,542.86
-76782    DAVID BLOCK $2,742.85
-76781    RENEE EGGEBRECHT $2,716.24
-76780    LINDSEY ELLISON $2,059.47
-76779    JENNA PRESSER $1,878.06
-76778    BETTY ROMO $2,969.21
-76777    JAMIE GILL $2,135.88
-76776    CHERYL HANSEN $3,472.49
-76775    TRACY JUVE-MIRANDA $3,265.77
-76774    JAN PANKRATZ $2,393.29
-76773    SAMANTHA REDFIELD $2,038.49
-76772    DARLENE TWITCHELL $810.10
-76771    TIERRA ERWIN $2,472.17
-76770    RALPH PATCH $5,899.25
-76769    DONNA REUM $3,028.23
-76768    CHRISTA WAGNER $1,789.01
-76767    BRENDA ABRAHAM $1,919.66
-76766    COLE HANKS $2,915.25
-76765    NIKKI JOHNSON $2,107.73
-76764    CRAIG KARGE $2,587.89
-76763    CHRISTINE KILSDONK $1,706.07
-76762    DANIEL SIETSEMA $2,605.24
-76761    CLAYTON VINE $2,950.12
-76760    STEVEN KIRKEGARD $672.88
-76759    JOSEPH REINHART $663.00
-76758    MICHELLE BARSNESS $2,343.61
-76757    VICKIE BELL $4,590.99
-76756    TARRAH POITRA $2,255.70
-76755    PATRICIA PRESSER $3,641.66
-76754    KARLA THOMPSON $3,617.40
-76753    MARY VINE $2,253.03
-76752    J. MICHAEL BROWN $2,263.40
-76751    RON SMITH $962.82
-76750    DIANE HANSON $2,476.50
-76749    JEFF ADKINS $2,818.51
-76748    SHANE AUSTIN $2,283.04
-76747    NUFRY BOYSUN $2,647.03
-76746    HARDY BRAATEN $2,367.18
-76745    DAVID COMBS $2,696.82
-76744    SCOTT DOORNEK $2,655.76
-76743    ALAN ENGELKE $300.54
-76742    CAM FRIEDE $2,524.80
-76741    DEREK MCNABB $2,941.66
-76740    JEFF NEUBAUER $2,573.64
-76739    KENNETH NORGAARD $2,829.05
-76738    DAVID TOAVS $2,415.94
-76737    LARRY WOOD $2,858.57
-76736    WILLIAM PETERSEN $2,636.52
-76735    ANGELA MILLER $1,503.37
-76734    JULIE BACH $1,507.15
-76733    SHERI HARVEY $1,010.50
-76732    MICHELLE ISLE $1,727.26
-76731    JANET LIVINGSTON $1,934.12
-76730    YVETTE WEST $1,594.47
-76729    LINDA BEYER $1,176.42
-76728    PAMELA CLARK $2,015.51
-76727    BETTY KLUTH $2,100.79
-76726    DEBRA MASON $1,669.64
-76725    GAIL NELSON $1,377.70
-76724    CAROL RASMUSSEN $1,047.66
-76723    MEGAN WINKLER $240.91
-76722    DAWN BJORGE $1,775.54
-76721    JASON BAKER $3,224.07
-76720    STEVEN BARR JR. $3,018.95
-76719    TINA BETS HIS MEDICINE $2,405.75
-76718    WILLIAM BLACK DOG $3,529.34
-76717    ORIN CANTRELL $3,410.32
-76716    EUGENE CULBERTSON II $3,243.08
-76715    JASON FREDERICK $3,716.13
-76714    CURTIS HOLUM $3,564.87
-76713    TIMOTHY LINGLE $3,442.16
-76712    TONETTA MARTELL $1,817.21
-76711    CLAY MCGESHICK $3,545.63
-76710    JOSEPH MOORE $2,930.58
-76709    PATRICK O'CONNOR $3,624.83
-76708    COREY REUM $3,210.21
-76707    MARY SIMONS $1,799.16
-76706    JOHN SUMMERS $3,705.90
-76705    KIMBERLY ALLRUNNER $2,261.14
-76704    GAYDELLA BRUNELLE $2,222.74
-76703    MYCHAL DAMON $2,064.46
-76702    CATHERINE DICKEY $2,546.38
-76701    KU'U-IKAIKA EDMUNDSON-SHOOK $2,151.14
-76700    CARLOS GARCIA $2,545.93
-76699    RACHAEL PARKER $2,157.07
-76698    DEBRA COLLINS $2,374.72
-76697    VINCENT MACDONALD $2,520.59
-76696    SCOTT SWAIN $2,136.37
-76695    RUSSELL THOMPSON JR $2,177.10
                                Total Electronic $232,965.91
-76694 D-SHRF          PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREM $13,452.51
-76693 FIT             IRS/FEDERAL DEPOSIT $105,280.44
-76692 P.E.R.S.        PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREM $50,452.11
-76691 PERS RETIREE    PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RETIREME $302.21
-76690 SIT             STATE TREASURER $17,677.00
                                 Total Deductions $187,164.27
41789    ALLEN BOWKER $3,039.77
41790    SUE BROESDER $950.33
41791    PEGGY PURVIS $1,861.93
41792    KIYO RUHD $2,342.51
41793    JORDAN KNUDSEN $4,618.33
41794    ANDREW ENGELKE $2,214.20
41795    LYNN LIEN $2,232.61
41796    STEVE LIEN $2,680.34
41797    ANDREA HAYES $2,704.63
41798    BETH HEKKEL $609.21
41799    LORENE HINTZ $268.85
41800    MIRACLE SPOTTED WOLF $2,268.43
41801    GLORIA GIESE $1,172.22
41802    PHOEBE JENSEN $792.56
41803    VIRGINIA MCGINNIS $99.65
41804    CHELBI BRUGH $3,164.40
41805    DONNA AHNEMAN $2,473.43
41806    THOMASINE AZURE $2,132.35
41807    JOANN NELSON $2,335.71
41808    JEFFREY WOZNIAK $2,908.24
41809    MELVIN CLARK $2,876.81
41810    ROBIN HENDRICKSON $1,959.40
41811    PERRY LILLEY SR $1,758.34
41812    BRIAN NELSON $2,068.56
41813    LOREN WESTON $1,943.84
41814    PHOEBE JENSEN $181.53
                            Total Non-Electronic $51,658.18
41815 AFLAC           AFLAC $1,531.42
41816 AFSCME          AFSCME $507.65
41817 CHILD SUPPORT   CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMEN $596.02
41818 CHILD SUPPORT-S OFFICE OF CHILD SUPPORT $676.67
41819 COLONIAL        COLONIAL LIFE & ACCIDENT $2,647.76
41820 EBMS/FLEX FEES  EBMS $1,885.86
41821 EBMS/HEALTH INS EBMS/HEALTH INSURANCE $90,276.52
41822 HSA             WESTERN BANK $457.49
41823 JEFFERSON PILOT JEFFERSON PILOT FINANCIA $692.65
41824 LEGALSHIELD     LEGALSHIELD $15.95
41825 PEBSCO          NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SO $280.00
41826 STUDENT LOAN    MONTANA GUARANTEED STUDE $613.01
41827 UNION/DEPUTIES  MONTANA TEAMSTERS/LOCAL $1,713.50
                               Total Deductions $101,894.50
                               Total Electronic $420,130.18
                           Total Non-Electronic $153,552.68
                                          Total $573,682.86

 

 

 

TOTAL PAYROLL WITH WORKERS COMP & UNEMPLOYMENT: $586,382.46

 

1000 GENERAL

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                             $46,323.80

2110 ROAD FUND

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                             $65,916.75

2130 BRIDGE FUND

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $3,612.50

2140 NOXIOUS WEED

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                $891.33

2160 COUNTY FAIR FUND

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                $914.01

2170 AIRPORT

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                 $26.98

2200 MOSQUITO CONTROL

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $1,320.00

2220 LIBRARY

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                             $21,427.08

2280 SENIOR CITIZENS

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $8,323.55

2290 EXTENSION SERVICE

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $3,856.59

2300 PUBLIC SAFETY

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                            $148,011.27

2360 ROOSEVELT CO MUSEUM

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                $453.72

2460 MCCABE SPECIAL

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                 $15.85

2800 ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                             $16,966.88

2979 CFDC-BIOTERRORISM GRANT

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                $876.69

7200 RURAL FIRE DISTRICT 64

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $2,146.64

7380 WOLF POINT TV

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $1,853.73

7385 POPLAR TV

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                $618.79

 

 

Total:      $323,556.16

 

 

TOTAL CLAIMS AND PAYROLL FOR JANUARY, 2015: $ 909,938.62

 

 

 

ABATEMENTS APPROVED

 

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

Clerk and Recorder                                                 $ 9897.10

JP Wolf Point                                                             $ 3035.00

JP Culbertson                                                             $ 9817.00

Clerk of District Court                                              $ 6275.65

Sheriff                                                                       $ 2,525.54

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

 

Western Bank checking interest                        $ 146.63

Western Bank STIP interest                            $ 1846.31

.           Western Bank Money Market                          $ 236.24

First Community Bank interest Froid              $

First Community Bank interest Wolf Point      $ 231.39

Independence Bank Savings Interest               $ 128.69

Independence Bank CDARS                             $ 382.16

Western Bank CD Interest                               $5470.84

 

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

$ 649.54- Oil Royalties from Darrah Oil to General Fund

$649.54- Oil Royalties from Darrah Oil to Road Fund

$ 12,759.03- HB758 Oil and Gas Quarter Ending 9/30/14 to General Fund

$ 11,264.56- HB758 Oil and Gas Quarter Ending 09/30/14 to Road Fund

$ 2,423.17-HB758 Oil and Gas Quarter Ending 09/30/14 to Bridge Fund

$ 178.80- HB758 Oil and Gas Quarter Ending 09/30/14 to Noxious Weed Fund

$ 720.55- HB758 Oil and Gas Quarter Ending 09/30/14 to County Fair Fund

$ 632.48- HB758 Oil and Gas Quarter Ending 09/30/14 to Airport Fund

$ 685.85- HB758 Oil and Gas Quarter Ending 09/30/14 to Comprehensive Insurance Fund

$ 1,974.83- HB758 Oil and Gas Quarter Ending 09/30/14 to Library Fund

$ 739.23-HB758 Oil and Gas Quarter Ending 09/30/14 to Senior Citizens Fund

$ 589.78- HB758 Oil and Gas Quarter Ending 09/30/14 to Extension Service Fund

$ 11,873.02- HB758 Oil and Gas Quarter Ending 09/30/14 to Public Safety Fund

$274.88- HB758 Oil and Gas Quarter Ending 09/30/14 to Roosevelt County Museum Fund

$ 1,745.33- Oil and Gas Quarter Ending 09/30/14 to Rural Fire District 64 Fund

$ 1,385.05- Oil and Gas Quarter Ending 09/30/14 to Hospital 1&9 Fund

$ 1,737.32- Oil and Gas Quarter Ending 09/30/14 to Hospital 17&64&65 Fund

$ 1,846.74- Oil and Gas Quarter Ending 09/30/14 to Hospital 3&45 Fund

$ 299,847.02- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to General Fund

$ 264,725.84- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Road Fund

$ 56,946.47- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Bridge Fund

$ 4,202.00- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Noxious Weed Fund

$ 16,933.42- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to County Fair Fund

$ 14,863.78- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Airport Fund

$ 16,118.11- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Comprehensive Insurance Fund

$46,410.12- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Library Fund

$17, 372.44- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Senior Citizens Fund

$ 13, 860.32- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Extension Service Fund

$ 279,025.18- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Public Safety Fund

$ 6,459.79- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Roosevelt Co Museum Fund

$ 41,016.51- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Rural Fire District 64 Fund

$ 32,549.80- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Hospital 1 & 9 Fund

$ 40,828.36- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Hospital 17 & 64 & 65 Fund

$ 43,399.74- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Hospital 3 & 45 Fund

$ 303,997.18- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Elementary Retirement Fund

$ 225,625.30- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to High School Retirement Fund

$ 83,882.40- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Transportation Elementary/High School Fund

$ 122.04- Oil Royalties from Whiting Oil to General Fund

$122.05- Oil Royalties from Whiting Oil to Road Fund

$ 5,000.00- Road Equipment Sale from McCone County to Road Fund

$ 29,121.56- Oil Royalties from Oasis Oil to General Fund

$ 29,121.56- Oil Royalties from Oasis Oil to Road Fund

$ 101.03- Fuel Tax Allocation to Road Fund

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

$435.00- Planning Fees from M. Christoffersen to General Fund

$ 3,196.36- Oil Royalties from EOG Oil to General Fund

$ 3,196.36- Oil Royalties from EOG Oil to Road Fund

$ 1,958.60-Oil Royalties from Stat Oil to General Fund

$1,958.60- Oil Royalties from Stat Oil to Road Fund

$ 43.46- Oil Royalties from Slawson to General Fund

$ 43.47- Oil Royalties from Slawson to Road Fund

$265.37- Oil Royalties from Abraxas to General Fund

$265.37- Oil Royalties from Abraxas to Road Fund

$455.69- Oil Royalties from SM Energy to General Fund

$455.69- Oil Royalties from SM Energy to Road Fund

$2,325.51- Oil Royalties from Citation to General Fund

$2,325.51-Oil Royalties from Citation to Road Fund

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Presiding Officer

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

ROOSEVELT COUNTY, MONTANA

 

ATTEST: _______________________________________

                                                COUNTY CLERK AND CLERK OF THE BOARD

                                                            OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 

 

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