January 2015

JOURNAL NO. 32

ROOSEVELT COUNTY MONTANA

 

ROOSEVELT COUNTY COMMISSIONER’S PROCEDURES FOR JANUARY, 2015

January 5, 2015

NOMINATIONS FOR PRESIDING OFFICER

Those present were Clerk and Recorder, Cheryl Hansen, Commissioners Gary Macdonald, Duane Nygaard and Allen Bowker, Administrative Assistant Lindsey McNabb.

Cheryl opened nominations.

Gary nominated Duane Nygaard as the Presiding Officer of the Roosevelt County Commission for the 2015 calendar year, second by Allen.

Cheryl called for the vote, all for, nomination carried.

Cheryl closed the nominations.

 

Public Meeting Tuesday January 6, 2015

Present: Donna K Reum and Ralph J Patch, Roosevelt County Attorney Office; Bill Juve; John Plestina, Wolf Point Herald News;  Craig Karge, Maintenance; Clayton Vine, GIS; Commissioners Duane Nygaard Presiding Officer, Gary Macdonald and Allen Bowker; Lindsey McNabb Administrative Assistant.

Duane called the meeting to order at 11:00

Conflict of Interest: None

Minutes:

  1. A motion was made by Gary to approve minutes for December 30, 2014, seconded by Allen. Passed
  2. A motion was made by Gary to approve minutes for the month of December 2014, seconded by Allen. Passed

 

Public Comment:  Duane welcomed Allen Bowker to the county.

 

Administrative Issues:

Resolution 2015-12, Meal Allowances

A motion was made by Gary to approve Resolution 2015-12 for Meal Allowances, seconded by Allen.  Passed

 

RESOLUTION NO.   2015-12

 

A RESOLUTION of the Board of County Commissioners of Roosevelt County, Montana, concerning meal allowances

                  WHEREAS, County officers/employees sometimes travel in the County on County business; and       

                  WHEREAS, County officers/employees in travel status are away from their work station at meal time; and

WHEREAS, a travel status meal reimbursement schedule is needed for such persons (persons herein)

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED BY THE ROOSEVELT COUNTY COMMISIONERS OF ROOSEVELT COUNTY, MONTANA, AS FOLLOWS:

The following travel allowance schedule is used to reimburse Roosevelt County employees/elected officials in accordance with state policy:

 

MEALS                                           TIME FRAME                                                   IN COUNTY/STATE

 

Morning                                        12:01 A.M. – 10:00 A.M.                                $8.00

Midday                                          10:01 A.M. – 3:00 P.M.                                   $9.00

Evening                                          3:01 P.M. – 12:00 A.M.                                  $15.00

 

An eligible County elected official/employee may receive the following:

 

Only one of the three meal allowances provided, if the travel was performed within the person’s assigned travel shift; or

 

A maximum of two meal allowances if the travel begins before or was completed after the person’s assigned travel shift and the travel did not exceed 24 hours.

 

A “travel shift” is defined as that period of time beginning one hour before person’s regularly assigned shift and ending one hour after the person’s assigned work shift.

 

To be eligible for a meal reimbursement while traveling on official business, the person must have been in a “travel status” for more than three (3) hours within the meal time frame and be a distance of at least 15 miles from headquarters or home, whichever is closer.

 

A receipt for meals is not necessary to obtain reimbursement.

 

If a meal is included in a convention registration fee or if a meal is paid for by a company or its employee(s), it cannot be included on a claim for reimbursement.

 

 

PASSED AND ADOPTED this 6th day of January, 2015.

 

ROOSEVELT COUNTY 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 Commissioners

 

Resolution 2015-13, Daily Rate of Credit for Incarceration

A motion was made by Gary to approve Resolution 2015-13 for daily rate of credit for incarceration, seconded by Allen.  Passed

 

RESOLUTION 2015-13

 

A RESOLUTION of the Board of County Commissioners of Roosevelt County, Montana establishing a daily rate of credit for incarceration.

 

WHEREAS, Section 46-18-403,2  MCA requires that the Board of Commissioners must establish a daily rate of credit for incarceration by means of an annual resolution,

 

                  NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Roosevelt County Commissioners that the daily rate of credit for incarceration during calendar year 2015 is fifty dollars ($50.00).

 

DATED this 6th day of January, 2015.

 

                                                                                                        ROOSEVELT COUNTY 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 Commissioners

 

 

 

Resolution 2015-14, Public Participation

A motion was made by Gary to approve Resolution 2015-14 for Public Participation, seconded by Allen.  Passed

 

 

RESOLUTION 2015-14

 

WHEREAS Section 2-3-103(1), Montana Code Annotated, requires that the Board of County Commissioners develop procedures for permitting and encouraging the public to participate in decisions of the Board of County Commissioners that are of significant interest to the public, and

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

  1. Prior to making a final decision that is of significant interest to the public, the Board of County Commissioners will afford reasonable opportunity for public participation;
  2. To assure adequate notice and assist public participation before a final decision is made or final action is taken on any matter that is of significant interest to the public, the Board of County Commissioners will post its weekly agenda on the main hallway bulletin board in the Roosevelt County Courthouse;
  3. The weekly agenda will be posted no later than 11:00 am on Friday. Matters that require statutory notice by publication or posting will be complied with as the particular statute may require.
  4. If county business requires, the Board of County Commissioners will hold a regular meeting from 11:00 am to 12:00 p.m. or completion of county business on Tuesday of each week for the purpose of taking final action on any matter of significant interest to the public.
  5. Prior to taking final action on any matter of significant interest to the public, the chairman or presiding commissioner of the Board will provide reasonable time for any person present to submit data or comments either orally or in writing regarding final action that may be taken by the Board;
  6. The office of the Board of County Commissioners is open for business from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.  No notice will be given of routine matters or impromptu discussions with county employees, vendors or other citizens.  All meetings of the County Commissioners are open to the public unless closed as provided by statute.

 

Adopted the 6th day of January, 2015

 

                                                                                                        ROOSEVELT COUNTY 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 Commissioners

 

Resolution 2015-15, Establishing Office Hours

A motion was made by Gary to approve Resolution 2015-15 for establishing office hours, seconded by Allen.  Passed

 

RESOLUTION 2015-15

 

A RESOLUTION of the Board of County Commissioners of Roosevelt County, Montana, establishing office hours.

 

WHEREAS, Roosevelt County is a political subdivision of the State of Montana; and

 

WHEREAS, MCA 7-4-2211 section 2, provides that the sheriff, clerk and recorder the clerk of the district court, the treasurer, the county auditor in counties in which that officer is maintained, and the county assessor shall keep their offices open for the transaction of business during the office hours determined by the governing body by resolution after a public hearing and only if consented to by any elected officer, every day in the year except legal holidays and Saturdays.

 

WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Roosevelt County, Montana is the governing body of Roosevelt County, Montana; and

 

WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Roosevelt County, Montana deems it in the best interest of said County that the County offices of Roosevelt County (as per 7-4-2211 MCA section 2) be open for the transaction of business continuously from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., except Saturdays and legal holidays with the exception of the Clerk of District Court will close from 12:00 noon to 1:00p.m. on days they are not fully staffed.

 

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that in accordance with MCA 7-4-2211 section 2, the offices of Roosevelt County shall keep their offices open continuously for the transaction of business from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., except Saturdays and legal holidays with the exception of the Clerk of District Court will close from 12:00 noon to 1:00p.m. on days they are not fully staffed, as determined by the governing body.

 

This Resolution shall be effective immediately upon its passage.

 

PASSED and ADOPTED this 6th day of January, 2015.

 

                                                                                         BOARD OF COUNTY 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 Commissioners

 

Claims: None

Pay Raises: A motion was made by Gary to approve six month raise for Road Department employee Andy Engelke half step of (E-1) from $17.62/2,991.53 a month to $17.67/$3,062.80 a month, seconded by Allen.  Passed

New Hire: None

Additional Administrative Issues:

  1. A motion was made by Gary to approve six month raise for Clerk of District Court employee Laurie Evans to a 1% raise, seconded by Allen. Passed
  2. A motion was made by Gary to approve Chief Deputy Corey Reum to represent the county on the Northern Tier Board, seconded by Allen. Passed

Discussion: Gary stated that the Sheriff Jason Frederick wants him on the board because the fleet mapping needs to be done.

 

New Business: Jail remodel

Duane stated they are going out for bids for an architect.

 

Unfinished Business: Further discussion on Roosevelt County Oil Royalties

Discussion: Duane stated not sure if we should research all or just research what’s in the deed and verify County ownership. Hopefully it will pay for itself.  Allen thinks it needs to be done.  He also asked how do we know what we are getting is accurate.  Gary stated if we go with a contract we would need a RFP, but if we hire a full time employee we would need to prioritize how and where they would start.  Juve asked what the other counties have done.  Duane replied they hired a firm to do it.  Tabled

 

Gary moved to adjourn

Allen seconded

Meeting adjourn at 11:23

 

Public Meeting Tuesday January 13, 2015

Present: John Plestina, Wolf Point Herald News; Ed Strickland; Mike Olson; Larry Crowder; Chuck Hyatt; Jeff Adkins, Christa Wagner, Donna Reum and Jordan Knudsen, County Attorney Office; Bill Juve; Clayton Vine, GIS; Jason Frederick and Corey Reum, RCSO; Lynn Labatte; Felecia Klever; Ken Norgaard, Roosevelt Road Foreman; Commissioners Duane Nygaard Presiding Officer, Gary Macdonald and 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 Gary to approve minutes for January 6, 2015, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Public Comment: Allen introduced the people that came from Bainville, Culbertson, Froid.

Administrative Issues:

  1. A motion was made by Gary to approve the Clerk and Recorder’s request to purchase two new computers for $3,116.16, seconded by Allen. Passed
  2. A motion was made by Gary to approve Resolution 2015-16 for Increase Appropriations health grant, seconded by Allen. Passed

 

Resolution No 2015-16

 

A RESOLUTION of the Board of County Commissioners of Roosevelt County, Montana, to increase Appropriations, for the revenues and expenditures in the Immunization Grant within the General Fund.

 

WHEREAS, monies in the amount of $1431.00 have been made available from the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services Immunization Grant;

 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners of Roosevelt County, Montana as follows:

 

  1. That there be an increase in the Personal Services Expenditure line item in the amount of $1,000.00. (1000-144-440190-100)
  2. That there be an increase in the Supplies Expenditure line item in the amount of $31.00. (1000-144-440190-200)
  3. That there be an increase in Purchased Services Expenditure line item in the amount of $400.00. (1000-144-440190-300)
  4. That there be an increase in the Revenue line item of $1,431.00. (1000-331146)
  5. That said increase authorization is effective immediately.

 

Dated this 13 day of January, 2015

 

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

Attest:

/s/ Cheryl A. Hansen

County Clerk and Clerk of the

Board of County Commissioners

/s/ Duane Nygaard

Presiding Officer

/s/ Gary Macdonald

Member

/s/ Allen Bowker

Member

 

  1. A motion was made by Gary to approve the report of Investments and Pledged Securities from the Treasurer’s Office, seconded by Allen. Passed
  2. A motion was made by Gary to approve the list of coroners appointed by Sheriff Frederick, seconded by Allen. Passed

DISCUSSION: Gary asked if they are same as last year, Jason replied all but two new ones, just wanted to                           make sure it was done properly and approved.

  1. A motion was made by Gary to approve Sheriff’s Office request to purchase three grill guards for the new vehicles, seconded by Allen. Passed
  2. Discussion on Road 2051

 

 

Claims: A motion was made by Gary to approve claims for January 7, 2015 in the amount of $243,507.50, seconded by Allen.  Passed

 

Pay Raises:  None

 

New Hire: None

 

Additional Administrative Issues:

  1. A motion was made by Duane to approve Allen Bowker to represent the county on the Mental Health Board, seconded by Gary. Passed
  2. A motion was made by Gary to approve Sheriff’s Office request to purchase necessary equipment for their vehicles in the amount of $20,866.60, seconded by Allen. Passed
  3. A motion was made by Gary to approve Dave Wemmer and Zane Panasuk to be re-appointed on the Compensation Board, seconded by Allen. Passed

 

Unfinished Business: Further discussion on Roosevelt County Oil Royalties

Discussion: Gary stated that Roger Wimmer called and at first thought checking royalties wasn’t worth it, then he talked to some men that are above him and he believes it will be worth it. Roger also stated that he is really interested in the job and will be submitting an RFP.  Gary stated that going out for RFP, doesn’t mean they would have to accept the RFP, they could go the other route which is hiring someone as an employee. Audience asked if Roosevelt County owns that much property. Gary replied yes.  Duane explained why they are doing this.  Duane then asked “how extensive we should research?” The title would have to be looked at first just to know if Roosevelt County has oil royalties. Clayton Vine explained how much land there actually is in Roosevelt County.  Duane asked “how much money do we appropriate for this each year?” They would start off with the land producing revenue now.  Jordan commented. Gary explained that fifty percent of oil royalties go to the road fund.  The first step would be to get an RFP, to see if county can afford it.

A motion was made by Gary to go out for a RFP, seconded by Allen.  Passed

 

Duane moved to adjourn

Allen seconded

Meeting adjourn at 11:59

 

Public Meeting Tuesday January 20, 2015

Present: Bill Juve, Donna Reum, Roosevelt County Attorney 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 Gary to approve minutes for January 13, 2015, seconded by Allen. Passed

Public Comments: Juve asked about the VFW club. He thought it was further along than what he read in the Herald News.  Gary replied at the DUI Task force meeting they were just discussing it. Should be done in September, if the Brownfield cleanup project is on board.

Administrative Issues: A motion was made by Gary to approve request for proposal for architectural design remodel/expansion of jail, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Discussion:  The request for proposal will be put in four different papers.  Juve asked does the county have the funds available. Duane replied yes in the capital improvement fund.

 

Claims: None

 

Pay Raises: None

 

New Hire: None

 

Additional Administrative Issues: None

 

New Business: None

 

Unfinished Business: None

 

Gary moved to adjourn

Allen seconded

Meeting adjourn at 11:10

 

Special Public Meeting Friday January 30, 2015

Present: John Plestina, Herald News; Don Gudgell; Donna Reum, Roosevelt County Attorney Office; Jason Frederick and Corey Reum, Roosevelt County Sheriff Office; Karla Thompson and Patty Presser, Roosevelt County Health Department; Commissioners Duane Nygaard, Presiding Officer, Gary Macdonald and Allen Bowker; Lindsey McNabb Administrative Assistant.

Duane called the meeting to order at 4:00

Conflict of Interest: None

Administrative Issues:

  • Inter-local Law Enforcement Agreement between Roosevelt County and City of Poplar.

Allen made a motion for discussion, seconded by Gary

Discussion: Duane stated that Poplar would like to abandon the city police and have the Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office take over.  Sheriff Frederick stated he was contacted by the tribal council members and the city mayor of Poplar about taking over. The City of Poplar only has Police Chief Lowell Boyd. Sheriff Frederick asked if he was able to hire Lowell Boyd if the agreement goes through. Sheriff Frederick also stated that they are struggling but thought if they could get the city budget and take it over they could use that to hire a couple of deputies for that location.  Duane replied the budget will help to hire.  Gary stated that the benefit is that we can go to the other cities on the east end and say look at city of Poplar and maybe they will get on board.  It also might help cut crime down over there.  Don Gudgell stated that he and his wife just got back to Poplar in 2007, he noticed the constant turn over in the Poplar city police force. They would send the employees to training and then they would quit. Don also pointed out that they would already have an office over there so there would be no cost for an office. He asked if Poplar would pay for the utilities. Jason replied no. Don is also all for the agreement and wants to thank Sheriff Frederick publicly.

Gary made a motion to approve the Inter-local agreement between RCSO and City of Poplar, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Discussion: Duane stated they will put in an active date when City of Poplar Mayor signs the agreement.  The City council has a meeting tonight.  John asked how much the budget is.  Jason replied $210,000 per year.

 

Allen moved to adjourn

Gary seconded

Meeting adjourn at 4:12

 

 

 

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

 

-76892     GARY MACDONALD $2985.69
-76891     LINDSEY MCNABB $1991.95
-76890     DUANE NYGAARD $3157.24
-76889     JAMES SHANKS $3564.42
-76888     LAURIE EVANS $2433.82
-76887     JERI TOAVS $2952.89
-76886     JERRI GRIMSRUD $1519.35
-76885     TRACI HARADA $2380.72
-76884     PENNY HENDRICKSON $2546.07
-76883     DAVID BLOCK $2745.82
-76882     RENEE EGGEBRECHT $2719.20
-76881     LINDSEY ELLISON $2003.82
-76880     JENNA HARTHAN $1881.39
-76879     BETTY ROMO $2963.01
-76878     JAMIE GILL $2134.68
-76877     CHERYL HANSEN $3467.60
-76876     TRACY JUVE-MIRANDA $3264.65
-76875     JAN PANKRATZ $2389.53
-76874     SAMANTHA REDFIELD $2020.37
-76873     DARLENE TWITCHELL $1837.29
-76872     TIERRA ERWIN $2468.40
-76871     RALPH PATCH $5884.68
-76870     DONNA REUM $3023.24
-76869     CHRISTA WAGNER $1787.81
-76868     BRENDA ABRAHAM $1918.46
-76867     COLE HANKS $2911.49
-76866     NIKKI JOHNSON $2104.58
-76865     CRAIG KARGE $2558.02
-76864     CHRISTINE KILSDONK $1628.76
-76863     DANIEL SIETSEMA $2646.27
-76862      CLAYTON VINE $2946.97
-76861     STEVEN KIRKEGARD $672.88
-76860     JOSEPH REINHART $661.70
-76859     MICHELLE BARSNESS $2254.19
-76858     VICKIE BELL $4405.44
-76857     TARRAH POITRA $2172.78
-76856     PATRICIA PRESSER $3507.11
-76855     KARLA THOMPSON $3480.86
-76854     MARY VINE $2249.88
-76853     J. MICHAEL BROWN $1565.24
-76852     RON SMITH $2125.42
-76851     DIANE HANSON $2467.38
-76850     JEFF ADKINS $2623.41
-76849     SHANE AUSTIN $2281.87
-76848     NUFRY BOYSUN $2641.48
-76847     HARDY BRAATEN $2364.06
-76846     DAVID COMBS $2448.74
-76845     SCOTT DOORNEK $2654.59
-76844     CAM FRIEDE $2519.25
-76843     JEFF NEUBAUER $2570.53
-76842     KENNETH NORGAARD $2822.85
-76841     DAVID TOAVS $2410.39
-76840     BRENDA WEEKS $142.76
-76839     LARRY WOOD $2855.42
-76838     WILLIAM PETERSEN $2630.32
-76837     ANGELA MILLER $1690.64
-76836     JULIE BACH $1505.95
-76835     SHERI HARVEY $1009.20
-76834     MICHELLE ISLE $1558.79
-76833     JANET LIVINGSTON $1931.59
-76832     YVETTE WEST $1593.27
-76831     LINDA BEYER $1277.63
-76830     PAMELA CLARK $1943.81
-76829     BETTY KLUTH $2021.92
-76828     DEBRA MASON $1610.93
-76827     GAIL NELSON $1316.26
-76826     CAROL RASMUSSEN $1001.43
-76825     MEGAN WINKLER $1418.54
-76824     DAWN NEMITZ $1565.73
-76823     STEVEN BARR JR. $3015.19
-76822     TINA BETS HIS MEDICINE $2370.45
-76821     WILLIAM BLACK DOG $3479.23
-76820     ORIN CANTRELL $3099.25
-76819     EUGENE CULBERTSON II $2884.86
-76818     JASON FREDERICK $3712.98
-76817     CURTIS HOLUM $3090.04
-76816     TIMOTHY LINGLE $3728.95
-76815     TONETTA MARTELL $1816.01
-76814     CLAY MCGESHICK $2877.80
-76813     JOSEPH MOORE $2556.21
-76812     PATRICK O'CONNOR $2883.64
-76811     COREY REUM $3186.86
-76810     MARY SIMONS $1797.96
-76809     JOHN SUMMERS $3700.29
-76808     KIMBERLY ALLRUNNER $1873.93
-76807     GAYDELLA BRUNELLE $1953.52
-76806     MYCHAL DAMON $1994.48
-76805     CATHERINE DICKEY $2235.67
-76804     KU'U-IKAIKA EDMUNDSON-SHOOK $1978.23
-76803     CARLOS GARCIA $2190.58
-76802     RACHAEL PARKER $1940.58
-76801     DEBRA COLLINS $2339.33
-76800     VINCENT MACDONALD $2311.04
-76799     SCOTT SWAIN $2035.32
-76798     RUSSELL THOMPSON JR $1942.10
                                         Total Electronic $225806.93
-76797 D-SHRF          PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREM $11990.19
-76796 FIT             IRS/FEDERAL DEPOSIT $101632.33
-76795 P.E.R.S.        PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREM $49701.37
-76794 PERS RETIREE    PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RETIREME $302.21
-76793 SIT             STATE TREASURER $17107.00
-76792 Unempl. Insur.  UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE D $6489.23
                                          Total Deductions $187222.33
41748     SUE BROESDER $1078.84
41749     PEGGY PURVIS $1860.73
41750     KIYO RUHD $2347.32
41751     JORDAN KNUDSEN $4612.13
41752     ANDREW ENGELKE $2044.67
41753     LYNN LIEN $2230.11
41754     STEVE LIEN $2677.22
41755     DEREK MCNABB $2938.65
41756     ANDREA HAYES $2702.20
41757     BETH HEKKEL $608.81
41758     LORENE HINTZ $257.60
41759     MIRACLE SPOTTED WOLF $2265.57
41760     GLORIA GIESE $1097.09
41761     PHOEBE JENSEN $1000.49
41762     CHELBI BRUGH $2890.79
41763     ERIC NELSON $1801.23
41764     DONNA AHNEMAN $2467.23
41765     THOMASINE AZURE $1767.29
41766     JOANN NELSON $2078.48
41767     JEFFREY WOZNIAK $3107.07
41768     MELVIN CLARK $3153.98
41769     ROBIN HENDRICKSON $1967.66
41770     PERRY LILLEY SR $1863.62
41771     BRIAN NELSON $1988.52
41772     LOREN WESTON $1889.82
41773     ERIC NELSON $123.80
                                    Total Non-Electronic $52820.92
41774 AFLAC           AFLAC $1531.42
41775 AFSCME          AFSCME $499.20
41776 CHILD SUPPORT   CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMEN $292.00
41777 CHILD SUPPORT-S OFFICE OF CHILD SUPPORT $676.67
41778 COLONIAL        COLONIAL LIFE & ACCIDENT $2804.08
41779 EBMS/FLEX FEES  EBMS $1885.86
41780 EBMS/HEALTH INS EBMS/HEALTH INSURANCE $88899.76
41781 HSA             WESTERN BANK $457.49
41782 JEFFERSON PILOT JEFFERSON PILOT FINANCIA $692.38
41783 LEGALSHIELD     LEGALSHIELD $15.95
41784 PEBSCO          NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SO $280.00
41785 STUDENT LOAN    MONTANA GUARANTEED STUDE $461.15
41786 UNION/DEPUTIES  MONTANA TEAMSTERS/LOCAL $1694.00
41787 US TREASURY GAR U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TREAS $420.07
41788 Workers' Comp   MACO WORKERS COMPENSATIO $30724.20
                                      Total Deductions $131334.23

 

TOTAL ELECTRONIC:                  $ 413,029.26

TOTAL NON-ELECTRONIC:        $ 184,155.15

TOTAL:                                             $ 597,184.41

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL PAYROLL WITH WORKERS COMP & UNEMPLOYMENT: $572,322.76

 

1000 GENERAL

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                             $81,161.87

2110 ROAD FUND

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                             $93,909.89

2140 NOXIOUS WEED

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $1,447.93

2150 PRED ANIMAL CONTROL-SHEEP

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                $506.50

2155 PRED ANIMAL CONTROL-CATTLE

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $7,203.00

2160 COUNTY FAIR FUND

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                $711.97

2170 AIRPORT

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                             $40,567.21

2220 LIBRARY

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $7,574.08

2280 SENIOR CITIZENS

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $6,620.24

2290 EXTENSION SERVICE

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $6,390.91

2300 PUBLIC SAFETY

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                             $56,216.44

2360 ROOSEVELT CO MUSEUM

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                $470.59

2460 MCCABE SPECIAL

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                 $15.85

2800 ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $3,791.00

2850 911 EMERGENCY

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $9,717.90

2979 CFDC-BIOTERRORISM GRANT

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                $802.19

7200 RURAL FIRE DISTRICT 64

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                $610.15

7380 WOLF POINT TV

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $1,191.21

7385 POPLAR TV

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                 $59.08

 

 

Total:      $318,968.01

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL CLAIMS AND PAYROLL FOR DECEMBER, 2014: $ 891,290.77

 

 

 

ABATEMENTS APPROVED

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

 

Clerk and Recorder                                          $ 12876.76

JP Wolf Point                                                  $

JP Culbertson                                                   $ 12310.70

Clerk of District Court                                       $ 6040.17

Sheriff                                                             $

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

 

Western Bank checking interest                        $ 203.68

Western Bank STIP interest                            $ 1851.46

.           Western Bank Money Market                          $ 874.50

First Community Bank interest Froid              $

First Community Bank interest Wolf Point      $

Independence Bank Savings Interest               $ 129.96

Independence Bank CDARS                             $ 381.99

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

$242.80- Oil Royalties from Whiting to General Fund

$242.81-Oil Royalties from Whiting to Road Fund

$30,830.28- Oil Royalties from Oasis to General Fund

$30,830.28- Oil Royalties from Oasis to Road Fund

$101.03- FY 15 Fuel Tax Allocation to General Fund

$8494.42- FY 15 Fuel Tax Allocation to Gasoline Tax Fund

$2957.64- Oil Royalties from EOG to General Fund

$2957.64- Oil Royalties from EOG to Road Fund

$250.00- Road Vehicle sale from David Toavs to Road Fund

$403.21- Oil Royalties from Genesis to General Fund

$403.21- Oil Royalties from Genesis to Road Fund

$2867.65-Oil Royalties from Stat Oil to General Fund

$2867.65- Oil Royalties from Stat Oil to Road Fund

$78.92- Oil Royalties from Slawson to General Fund

$78.93- Oil Royalties from Slawson to Road Fund

$100.00-Road Permit from Sheridan Electric to Road Fund

$575.92- Oil Royalties from Abraxas to General Fund
$575.91- Oil Royalties from Abraxas to Road Fund

$3127.35-Oil Royalties from Citation to General Fund

$3127.35- Oil Royalties from Citation to Road Fund

$140.30- Oil Royalties from Nautilus to General Fund

$140.29- Oil Royalties from Nautilus to Road Fund

$653.70-Oil Royalties from SM Energy to General Fund

$653.70-Oil Royalties from SM Energy to Road Fund

$1650.00- Rent from Tim Lingle 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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