July 2015

JOURNAL NO. 32

ROOSEVELT COUNTY MONTANA

 

 

ROOSEVELT COUNTY COMMISSIONER’S PROCEDURES FOR JULY, 2015

July 1, 2015

Road Department Union Negotiations

Present: Commissioners Duane Nygaard, Presiding Officer; Allen Bowker and Gary Macdonald; Lindsey McNabb, Administrative Assistant; Jeff Neubauer, Dennie Reum, David Toavs and Jeff Adkins, Roosevelt County Road Department; Josh Jensen, AFSCME MT; Jordan Knudsen, Roosevelt County Attorney’s Office.

Unions Original Proposal Road Department

  1. Cost of Living/ Stipend
  2. Longevity Scale- Simplify it
  3. Clothing Allowance
  4. Hiring employees with CDL- Language
  5. Agreement

County Response:

  1. Cost of Living
    • % with next year minimum of 1.6%

Stipend

Will still get it next year but could go away the following year

  1. Longevity Scale
  2. Clothing Allowance
  3. Hiring employees with CDL- Language

OK

  1. Agreement

2 years

 

July 2, 2015

McCabe Road Bid Opening

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

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

Bid Opening

John Bach stated that the envelope is filled out properly and the contractor’s certification, bid bond and liquidated damages acknowledgement were enclosed.  John mentioned that there is an addendum noted.  John stated that the bid is from Century for $770,103.68.

 

A motion was made by Gary to accept the bid from Century in the amount of $770,103.68, seconded by Allen.  Passed

 

Gary moved to adjourn

Allen seconded

Meeting adjourn at 2:24

 

 

 

 

July 2, 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

New Hire:

Christopher Dunphy, Sheriff’s Department

A motion was made by Gary to approve new hire of Christopher Dunphy to the Sheriff’s Department starting at Grade 1 Range 4, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Pay Raise:

Jenna Presser, Treasurer’s Office

A motion was made by Allen to approve an annual pay raise for Treasurer’s employee Jenna Presser from Grade 2 Range 2 to Grade 3 Range 2, seconded by Gary.  Passed

 

Gary moved to adjourn

Allen seconded

Meeting adjourn at 11:55

 

July 8, 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

Noah Stitts Resignation, Museum

A motion was made by Gary to approve Museum employee Noah Stitts resignation effective July 3, 2015, seconded by Allen.  Passed

New Hire

Evan Bartel, Museum

A motion was made by Gary to approve new hire of Evan Bartel to the Museum as an Aid starting at Grade 1 Range 2, seconded by Allen.  Passed

 

Gary moved to adjourn

Allen seconded

Meeting adjourn at 11:41

 

July 14, 2015

Regular Public Meeting

Present: Commissioners Duane Nygaard, Presiding Officer, Gary Macdonald and Allen Bowker; Lindsey McNabb, Administrative Assistant; Tonya South; Chuck Hyatt; Bill Juve; Christa Wagner and Jordan Knudsen, Roosevelt County Attorney’s Office; John Plestina, Herald News.

Duane called the meeting to order at 11:00

Conflict of Interest: None

Minutes:

 Minutes for Regular Public Meeting of June 23, 2015

A motion was made by Gary to approve the minutes for the Regular Public Meeting of June 23, 2015, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Minutes for Sheriff and 911 Union Negotiations of June 29, 2015

A motion was made by Gary to approve the minutes for the Sheriff and 911 union negotiations of June 29, 2015, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Minutes for Regular Public Meeting of June 30, 2015

A motion was made by Gary to approve the minutes for the Regular Public Meeting of June 30, 2015, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Minutes for the month of June 2015

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

Minutes for Road Department’s Union Negotiations of July 1, 2015

A motion was made by Gary to approve the minutes for the Road Department’s Union Negotiations of July 1, 2015, seconded by Allen. Passed

Minutes for Bid Opening for McCabe Road of July 2, 2015

A motion was made by Gary to approve the minutes for the bid opening for McCabe Road of July 2, 2015, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Minutes for Special Administrative Session of July 2, 2015

A motion was made by Gary to approve the minutes for the special administrative session of July 2, 2015, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Minutes for Special Administrative Session of July 8, 2015

A motion was made by Gary to approve the minutes for the special administrative session of July 8, 2015, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Public Comment:

Tonya South stated that she does the mail route and expressed her concern about three roads 1011, 2060 and 1013.  Bill Juve asked to see the bid package from Century for the McCabe road.  Duane replied yes you can see the bid package from Century.

Administrative Issues:

Report of Investment and Pledged Securities of June 30, 2015

A motion was made by Gary to approve the Investments and Pledged Securities of June 30, 2015, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Appoint Thilma Hodges to the Council on Aging Board

A motion was made by Allen to approve Thilma Hodges to the Council on Aging Board, seconded by Gary.  Passed

Bainville Fire, Chuck Hyatt

Chuck Hyatt stated he wanted to be enlightened on the claims process. Chuck mentioned that the last two claims are the last two items to complete the project.  Gary mentioned that the items needs to be approved before any construction or purchases are done.

Concrete Slab purchase request from Fair Department

A motion was made by Gary to approve the Bainville Concrete Construction bid in the amount of $3851.50 to pour a slab of concrete at the fair ground, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Claims:

Claims for June 30, 2015 in the amount of $179,415.01

A motion was made by Gary to approve the claims for June 30, 2015 in the amount of $179,415.01, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Claims for July 8, 2015 in the amount of $238,933.93

A motion was made by Gary to approve the claims for July 8, 2015 in the amount of $238,933.93, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Pay Raises:

Ikaika Edmundson, 911

A motion was made by Gary to approve an annual raise for Sheriff Department’s employee Ikaika Edmundson from Grade 1 Range 7 to Grade 1 Range 8, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Pam Clark, Aging

A motion was made by Allen to go into discussion, seconded by Gary.  Passed

Discussion:

Duane mentioned that the request is four steps and we can’t approve that.

A motion was made by Gary to not approve annual pay raise for Aging employee Pam Clark, seconded by Allen.  Passed

New Hire:

Rona Butikofer, Fair

A motion was made by Gary to approve new hire of Rona Butikofer to the Fair Department starting at Range 1, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Mackenzie Butikofer, Fair

A motion was made by Gary to approve new hire of Mackenzie Butikofer to the Fair Department starting at Range 3, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Additional Administrative Issues:

Pay Raise Richard Kurtz, Museum

A motion was made by Gary to approve an annual raise for Museum Department’s employee Richard Kurtz from Grade 2 Range 1 to Grade 2 Range 2, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Appoint Valerie Kirkegaurd to Deputy Coroner

A motion was made by Gary to approve the sheriff’s request to appoint Valerie Kirkegaurd as Deputy Coroner, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Appoint Sibley Jankoviak to Deputy Coroner

A motion was made by Gary to approve the sheriff’s request to appoint Sibley Jankoviak as Deputy Coroner, seconded by Allen.  Passed

New Hire Joe Reinhart, Sheriff

A motion was made by Gary to approve new hire of Joe Reinhart to the Sheriff’s Department starting at Grade 1 Range 5, seconded by Allen.  Passed

 

Gary moved to adjourn

Allen seconded

Meeting adjourn at 11:23

 

July 14, 2015

Road Department Union Negotiations

Present: Commissioners Duane Nygaard, Presiding Officer, Gary Macdonald and Allen Bowker; Lindsey McNabb, Administrative Assistant; Jordan Knudsen, Roosevelt County Attorney’s Office; Josh Jensen, AFSCME MT; Jeff Neubauer, Dennie Reum, David Toavs and Jeff Adkins, Roosevelt County Road Department.

UNIONS ORGINAL PROPOSAL

  1. Wages: 6%
  2. Clothing Allowance: $250.00
  3. Longevity: Discussion

Remove cap

  1. CDL Language: Proposed

ARTICLE IX:

(K) The Employer and Union agree that all new hires shall have a CDL prior to their employment with Roosevelt County.

(J) Loss of CDL for Medical Purposes: The Employer and Union agree that if an Employee loses his/her CDL due to a medical condition, the Employer will make reasonable accommodations for that Employee to continue employment with Roosevelt County.

County Response:

  1. Wages: 2%
  2. Clothing Allowance: No allowance
  3. Longevity: $9.00 across the board, keep cap
  4. CDL:

(K) not ok with language

(J) OK

Unions Counter offer

  1. Wages: 2.9%
  2. Clothing Allowance: $150.00
  3. Longevity: $9.00 and remove cap
  4. CDL:

(K)  Clean up the language

(J ) Drop

July 14, 2015

Special Administrative Session

Present: Commissioners Duane Nygaard, Presiding Officers, 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

Resolution 2015-25 Special Deputy County Attorney Prosecution

A motion was made by Allen to approve Resolution 2015-25, seconded by Gary. Passed

 

RESOLUTION NO. 2015-25

 

SPECIAL DEPUTY COUNTY ATTORNEY PROSECUTION SERVICE BUREAU OF THE MONTANA DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

 

WHEREAS, the Roosevelt County Attorney has requested prosecutorial assistance in the case of State of Montana v. Charles Henry Pinner, and

 

WHEREAS, it is desired and deeded appropriate that a special deputy county attorney be appointed to assist in the prosecution of the aforementioned case, and

 

WHEREAS, Mont. Code Ann. §44-4-111 (2013) authorizes and contemplates that the training coordinator for county attorneys and the bureau chief of Prosecution Service s Bureau (together with the deputies within said bureau) act as special counsel on request of the county attorney and upon approval of the board of county commissioners, and

 

WHEREAS, Mont. Code Ann. §2-15-501(6) authorizes the Attorney General to provide assistance to county attorneys in the discharge of his or her duties.

 

THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED:

            That the attorneys assigned to the Prosecution Services Bureau of the Department of Justice are hereby appointed as special deputy county attorneys for Roosevelt County for the purpose of assisting in the prosecution of the aforementioned case and that any of said deputies can fulfill the functions set out in Mont. Code Ann. §44-4-103.

 

IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED that under the terms of this agreement, no fee will be charged for attorney time provided by the Bureau based upon the fact that pursuant to the internal operation policies adopted by the Attorney General September 1, 1999, assistance in such cases is provided without an hourly fee.  Witness fees and expenses, jury costs, and other normal costs associated with trial will be the County’s responsibility as with all other prosecutions.

 

Dated this 14 day of July, 2015.

ROOSEVELT COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

 

/s/ Duane Nygaard

DUANE NYGAARD, Presiding Officer

 

/s/ Gary Macdonald

GARY MACDONALD

 

/s/ Allen Bowker                                                                                                                                         ALLEN BOWKER

ATTEST:

 

/s/Cheryl A. Hansen

CHERYL A. HANSEN

Clerk & Recorder

 

 

Gary moved to adjourn

Allen seconded

Meeting adjourn at 11:54

 

July 14, 2015

Special Administrative Session

Present: Commissioners Gary Macdonald and Allen Bowker

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

New Hire:

Lindsey Nygaard, Clerk and Recorder’s Office

A motion was made by Allen to approve new hire of Lindsey Nygaard to the Clerk and Recorder’s Office starting at Grade 2 Range 5, seconded by Gary.  Passed

 

Gary moved to adjourn

Allen seconded

Meeting adjourn at 4:15

 

July 21, 2015

Regular Public Meeting

Present: Commissioners Duane Nygaard, Presiding Officer; Gary Macdonald and Allen Bowker; Lindsey McNabb, Administrative Assistant; Ken Norgaard, Roosevelt County Road Foreman; Jordan Knudsen and Donna Reum, Roosevelt County Attorney’s Office; John Plestina, Herald News; Bill Juve.

Duane called the meeting to order at 11:00

Conflict of Interest: None

Minutes:                                

Minutes for July 14, 2015 Regular Public Meeting

A motion was made by Allen to approve the minutes for the Regular Public Meeting of July 14, 2015, seconded by Gary.  Passed

Minutes for July 14, 2015 Road Department Union Negotiations

A motion was made by Allen to approve the minutes for the Road Department Union Negotiations of July 14, 2015, seconded by Gary.  Passed

Minutes for July 14, 2015 Special Administrative Session

A motion was made by Allen to approve the minutes for the Special Administrative Session of July 14, 2015, seconded by Gary.  Passed

Minutes for July 14, 2015 Special Administrative Session

A motion was made by Allen to approve the minutes for the Special Administrative Session of July 14, 2015, seconded by Gary.  Passed

Public Comment: None

Administrative Issues: None

Claims: None

Pay Raises: None

New Hire:

Eldon Porras, Road Department

A motion was made by Gary to approve new hire of Eldon Porras to the Road Department starting at E-4, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Jonah Riediger, Road Department

A motion was made by Gary to approve new hire of Jonah Riediger to the Road Department starting at E-3, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Ed Kalal, Road Department

A motion was made by Gary to approve new hire of Ed Kalal to the Road Department starting at E-3, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Additional Administrative Issues:

Road Department request to purchase retriever disks

A motion was made by Gary to approve Road Department’s request to purchase two retriever disks in the amount of $32,500.00, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Fair Department request to fix some electrical issues

A motion was made by Allen to approve the bid from Hansen’s Electric in the amount of $2,731.25, seconded by Gary.  Passed

Reappoint Laurie Evans to the Library Board

A motion was made by Gary to approve Laurie Evans to be reappointed on the Library Board, seconded by Allen.  Passed

New Business: None

Unfinished Business:

Vicious Dog Ordinance First Reading

Vote: All for

A motion was made by Gary to approve the vicious dog ordinance first reading, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Relocation of Fire Hydrant, Fair Department

A motion was made by Gary to table until a bid is received, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Discussion:

Duane stated that at this time we have no bids for relocating the Fair Department’s fire hydrant.

Pay Raise Pam Clark, Aging Department

A motion was made to table Aging employee Pam Clark’s pay raise to Grade 2 Range 6, seconded by Allen.  Passed

Discussion:

Gary mentioned that she has worked for Roosevelt County for four years.  Jordan stated that commissioners should keep to the pay schedule that is why it was made.

 

Gary moved to adjourn

Allen seconded
Meeting adjourn at 11:23

 

July 28, 2015

Regular Public Meeting

Present: Commissioners Duane Nygaard, Presiding Officer and Gary Macdonald; Lindsey McNabb, Administrative Assistant; Jason Frederick, Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office; John Plestina, Herald News; Bill Juve.

Duane called the meeting to order at 11:00.

Conflict of Interest: None

Minutes:

Minutes for July 21, 2015 Regular Public Meeting

A motion was made by Gary to approve the minutes for the Regular Public Meeting of July 21, 2015, seconded by Duane.  Passed

Public Comment: None

Administrative Issues:

Health Department request to purchase chairs

A motion was made by Gary to approve Health Department’s request to purchase chairs from Wills Office World in the amount of $569.94, seconded by Duane.  Passed

Mosquito Board request to purchase a pickup

A motion was made by Gary to approve Mosquito Board’s request to purchase a pickup from High Plains Motors in the amount of $19,300.00, seconded by Duane.  Passed

Mosquito Board request to purchase a second sprayer

A motion was made by Gary to approve Mosquito Board’s request to purchase a second sprayer in the amount of 13,500.00, seconded by Duane.  Passed

Resolution 2016-1, Setting Salaries for Elected Official other than the County Attorney

A motion was made by Gary to approve resolution 2016-1, seconded by Duane.  Passed

RESOLUTION NO. 2016-1

A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS SETTING SALARIES FOR ROOSEVELT COUNTY OFFICIALS OTHER THAN THE COUNTY ATTORNEY.

WHEREAS, the County Compensation Board has held hearings for the purpose of reviewing the compensation for elected officials and making a compensation recommendation to the Board of County Commissioners(Commission); and

WHEREAS, after completing the hearings the Roosevelt County Compensation Board made its recommendations which were adopted by the Commission to increase base salaries by $1500.00 to $52,500.00 for fiscal year 2015-2016;

WHEREAS, the Justice of the Peace Post No. 1 is 75% of full-time, the office hours will be 8:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. Monday through Friday and the Justice of the Peace Post No. 2 is 75% of full-time, the office hours will be 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Thursday;

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

The annual salary of the following offices is hereby fixed at the amount set forth opposite each office:

Clerk and Recorder/ Public Admin                                                            $54,500.00

Clerk of District Court/ Supt of Schools                                        $55,500.00

County Treasurer/Assessor                                                          $54,500.00

County Sheriff/Coroner                                                               $57,500.00

County Commissioners                                                                $54,500.00

Justice of the Peace Post No. 1                                                   $39,375.00

Justice of the Peace Post No. 2                                                   $39,375.00

 

Dated this 28 day of July, 2015.

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

Roosevelt County, Montana

 

/s/ Duane Nygaard

Presiding Officer

/s/ Gary Macdonald

Member

/s/ Allen Bowker

Member

ATTEST:

 

Cheryl A. Hansen

County Clerk and Clerk of the Board

of County Commissioners

Resolution 2016-2, Setting Salaries for the County Attorney

A motion was made by Gary to approve resolution 2016-2, seconded by Duane.  Passed

 

                                                           RESOLUTION NO. 2016-2

            A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS SETTING SALARY FOR ROOSEVELT COUNTY ATTORNEY

 

WHEREAS, the Roosevelt County Attorney will be a full-time County Attorney position and the Deputy County Attorney will be full-time; and

WHEREAS, the County Compensation Board has held hearings for the purpose of reviewing the compensation for elected officials and making a compensation recommendation to the Board of County Commissioners; and

WHEREAS, after completing the hearings the Compensation Board made its recommendations which were adopted by the Commission to increase base salaries by $1500.00;

WHEREAS, the County Attorney salary will be $102,553.60 for FY 2015/2016 and the Deputy County Attorney will be at 85% of the County Attorney yearly salary;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners of Roosevelt County, Montana that the salary of the Roosevelt County Attorney for FY 2016 is $102,553.60 and the Deputy County Attorney salary will be $87,170.56.

Dated this 28 day of July, 2015

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

Roosevelt County, Montana

 

/s/ Duane Nygaard

Presiding Officer

/s/ Gary Macdonald

Member

/s/ Allen Bowker

Member

ATTEST:

 

Cheryl A. Hansen

County Clerk and Clerk of the Board

of County Commissioners

 

Outlets, Culbertson Library

A motion was made by Gary to approve responsibility for relocation of the outlets at the Culbertson Library, seconded by Duane.  Passed

Discussion:

Gary stated that the county and city of Culbertson are going back and forth on who is responsible to fix anything in the building.  Gary mentioned that the city of Culbertson does pay the utilities for the library.  Gary mentioned that this is a safety issue.

Claims:

Claims for July 22, 2015 in the amount of $152,995.74

A motion was made by Gary to approve the claims for July 22, 2015 in the amount of $152,995.74, seconded by Duane.  Passed

Pay Raises: None

New Hire: None

Additional Administrative Issues:

Fair Department request to move the fire hydrant

A motion was made by Gary to approve the bid from Alan Engelke in the amount of $9,700.00 to move the fire hydrant at the fair, seconded by Duane.  Passed

New Business: None

Unfinished Business:

Roosevelt County Ordinance NO 9, Vicious Dogs Second Reading

A motion was made by Gary to approve the second reading of Ordinance NO 9, seconded by Duane.  Passed

ROOSEVELT COUNTY ORDINANCE #9

 

An Ordinance regulating vicious dogs within Roosevelt County, Montana; providing for penalties for violation; and establishing an effective date.

WHEREAS it has come to the attention of Roosevelt County that a need for a restriction on ownership of vicious dogs in the interest public health;

WHEREAS Roosevelt County has seen a recent increase in reported dog bites and vicious dogs;

WHEREAS Roosevelt County is authorized by Mont. Code Ann. §7-23-2109 (2013) to regulate, restrain, control, kill, or quarantine any vicious dog, whether licensed or unlicensed by the adoption of an ordinance.

NOW THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED:

Any person who keeps, harbors, or maintains a vicious dog shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, punishable, for first offense, of a fine up to $250, destruction of the dog, or both.  A person convicted of a second or subsequent offense shall be fined up to $500, destruction of the dog, or both.  If the same dog is involved in the second offense, destruction of the dog is mandatory.  The owner shall be liable for any impoundment fees, regardless if the dog is released or destroyed.

Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office, or any other law enforcement agency may impound and quarantine any dog involved in a dog bite pursuant to this ordinance, in accordance with ARM 32.3.1204.

Definitions

A “vicious dog” is defined as one which bites or attempt to bite any human being without provocation or which harasses, chases, bites, or attempts to bite any other animal including livestock and other domestic pets.

A “bite” is defined as any abrasion, scratch, puncture, laceration, bruise, tear, or piercing of the skin inflicted by the teeth of an animal.

If a dog is not destroyed after a first offense, the court shall order that an identifying microchip be implanted by a licensed veterinarian at the owner’s expense, identifying the dog as a vicious dog.  After implantation of the identifying microchip, the dog must be kept in a fully enclosed area unless on a leash with a muzzle.  If the dog is impounded for any other reason such as a running at large, the dog shall be destroyed.

This is an absolute liability offense, a mental state is not necessary for conviction.

This matter must be presented to a court with a sworn affidavit and a 10 day quarantine period must follow a bite before destruction.  An owner is entitled to notification of quarantine.  Destruction may be ordered even if an owner is unable to be notified if due diligence is used.

Upon petition of victim(s), prosecuting attorney or law enforcement, a judge shall consider destruction of any vicious dog for a first offense.

Law enforcement must notify local health officials of any biting incident, in order that procedures of ARM 37.114.571 may be followed.

This Ordinance shall be effective 30 days after the second reading of the Ordinance by the Roosevelt County Commissioners.

 

Dated this 28 day of July, 2015.

 

First Reading:   July 21, 2015                           For 3   Against 0

Second Reading:  July 28, 2015                    For 2  Against 0

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

Roosevelt County, Montana

 

/s/ Duane Nygaard

Presiding Officer

/s/ Gary Macdonald

Member

/s/ Allen Bowker

Member

ATTEST:

Cheryl A. Hansen

County Clerk and Clerk of the Board

of County Commissioners

 

ROOSEVELT COUNTY ORDINANCE # 9

Gary moved to adjourn

Duane seconded

Meeting adjourn at 11:14

 

July 28, 2015

Special Administrative Session

A motion was made by Gary to go into Special Administrative Session

Administrative Issues:

Jail Remodel Selection of Architect

A motion was made by Gary to approve offering Stevenson Design to submit a scope of work for the jail remodel, seconded by Duane.  Passed

Discussion:

Duane mentioned that the second architect is Stevenson Design.

Duane stated that Klien McCarthy has been excluded for the Jail Remodel.  Duane mentioned that Klien McCarthy didn’t answer questions well enough for the commissioners.

 

Gary moved to adjourn

Duane seconded

Meeting adjourn at 11:19

 

 

 

 

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

 

-76280     GARY MACDONALD $2,998.02
-76279     LINDSEY MCNABB $2,025.99
-76278     DUANE NYGAARD $3,142.01
-76277     LAURIE EVANS $2,419.41
-76276     JERI TOAVS $2,927.65
-76275     JERRI GRIMSRUD $1,548.48
-76274     TRACI HARADA $2,354.93
-76273     PENNY HENDRICKSON $2,483.87
-76272     DAVID BLOCK $2,742.85
-76271     RENEE EGGEBRECHT $2,734.57
-76270     JENNA PRESSER $1,889.59
-76269     BETTY ROMO $2,969.21
-76268     JAMIE GILL $2,164.79
-76267     CHERYL HANSEN $3,472.49
-76266     TRACY JUVE-MIRANDA $3,260.77
-76265     JAN PANKRATZ $2,349.00
-76264     SAMANTHA REDFIELD $2,082.01
-76263     DARLENE TWITCHELL $761.70
-76262     TIERRA ERWIN $2,810.54
-76261     RALPH PATCH $5,899.25
-76260     DONNA REUM $3,021.73
-76259     CHRISTA WAGNER $1,818.60
-76258     BRENDA ABRAHAM $1,919.66
-76257     COLE HANKS $2,915.25
-76256     NIKKI JOHNSON $2,101.23
-76255     CRAIG KARGE $2,540.72
-76254     CHRISTINE KILSDONK $1,663.70
-76253     DANIEL SIETSEMA $2,605.24
-76252     CLAYTON VINE $2,950.12
-76251     STEVEN KIRKEGARD $672.88
-76250     JOSEPH REINHART $663.00
-76249     MICHELLE BARSNESS $2,251.40
-76248     VICKIE BELL $4,477.00
-76247     TARRAH POITRA $2,172.79
-76246     PATRICIA PRESSER $3,516.38
-76245     KARLA THOMPSON $3,487.06
-76244     MARY VINE $2,253.03
-76243     J. MICHAEL BROWN $2,557.47
-76242     DIANE HANSON $2,449.10
-76241     JEFF ADKINS $3,312.89
-76240     SHANE AUSTIN $2,329.38
-76239     NUFRY BOYSUN $2,647.03
-76238     HARDY BRAATEN $2,428.93
-76237     DAVID COMBS $2,620.01
-76236     SCOTT DOORNEK $2,655.76
-76235     CAM FRIEDE $2,590.45
-76234     DEREK MCNABB $2,954.04
-76233     JEFF NEUBAUER $2,535.35
-76232     KENNETH NORGAARD $2,829.05
-76231     DENNIE REUM $2,798.09
-76230     DAVID TOAVS $2,489.56
-76229     LARRY WOOD $1,675.99
-76228     ADAM BUXBAUM $797.69
-76227     ERIC HENDRICKSON $1,252.25
-76226     ETHAN HENDRICKSON $1,252.25
-76225     ERICA NICKOLOFF $965.09
-76224     EMILY NIELSEN $210.68
-76223     AUSTIN PEDERSON $1,141.92
-76222     WILLIAM PETERSEN $2,636.52
-76221     ANGELA MILLER $2,167.66
-76220     AUGUSTUS SPRADLEY $408.02
-76219     KYLEE VANGORDER $982.73
-76218     LINDY VANGORDER $249.54
-76217     DAVE BETS HIS MEDICINE $39.53
-76216     JULIE BACH $1,487.41
-76215     TAMARA FOSSETTA $542.59
-76214     SHERI HARVEY $1,010.50
-76213     JANET LIVINGSTON $1,934.12
-76212     PAMELA CLARK $2,012.44
-76211     GAIL NELSON $1,471.07
-76210     CAROL RASMUSSEN $1,983.27
-76209     JESSICA REDEKOPP $1,518.50
-76208     LAURA TREESE $483.38
-76207     DAWN BJORGE $2,029.79
-76206     TRACI KJELSHUS $983.87
-76205     JASON BAKER $3,357.90
-76204     STEVEN BARR JR. $3,185.70
-76203     TINA BETS HIS MEDICINE $2,372.26
-76202     WILLIAM BLACK DOG $2,857.84
-76201     ORIN CANTRELL $2,936.52
-76200     EUGENE CULBERTSON II $2,998.22
-76199     JASON FREDERICK $3,716.13
-76198     CURTIS HOLUM $2,877.16
-76197     DARBY KESSNER $2,789.21
-76196     FREDERICK LEE $3,178.45
-76195     TIMOTHY LINGLE $3,564.03
-76194     TONETTA MARTELL $1,367.08
-76193     CLAY MCGESHICK $3,404.56
-76192     JOSEPH MOORE $2,943.22
-76191     PATRICK O'CONNOR $2,887.27
-76190     COREY REUM $3,165.92
-76189     MARY SIMONS $1,858.59
-76188     JOHN SUMMERS $3,937.95
-76187     GAYDELLA BRUNELLE $2,117.75
-76186     MYCHAL DAMON $2,053.07
-76185     CATHERINE DICKEY $2,217.46
-76184     KU'U-IKAIKA EDMUNDSON-SHOOK $2,169.32
-76183     CARLOS GARCIA $2,309.36
-76182     RACHAEL PARKER $2,061.22
-76181     BRANDY SUTTON $2,000.78
-76180     TROY BLOUNT $2,030.68
-76179     DEBRA COLLINS $2,692.28
-76178     ROBIN HENDRICKSON $2,215.46
-76177     VINCENT MACDONALD $2,280.00
-76176     RICHARD KURTZ $575.86
-76175     ROCHELLE ROMO $652.07
-76174     NOAH STITT $1,268.63
  Total Electronic $240,542.79
-76173 D-SHRF          PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREM $14,330.64
-76172 FIT             IRS/FEDERAL DEPOSIT $108,164.65
-76171 P.E.R.S.        PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREM $50,294.99
-76170 PERS RETIREE    PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RETIREME $494.80
-76169 SIT             STATE TREASURER $18,249.00
-76168 Unempl. Insur.  UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE D $6,758.30
  Total Deductions $198,292.38
41986     ALLEN BOWKER $2,706.43
41987     SUE BROESDER $1,284.69
41988     PEGGY PURVIS $1,861.93
41989     KIYO RUHD $2,359.44
41990     LIARA GRUBBS $1,942.68
41991     JORDAN KNUDSEN $4,618.33
41992     ANDREW ENGELKE $2,271.61
41993     RICHARD ERDAHL $2,888.44
41994     LYNN LIEN $2,188.33
41995     DYLAN RYDER $1,899.86
41996     LOGAN NICKOLOFF $1,141.92
41997     CHASE KILZER $204.30
41998     MCKADE MAHLEN $165.82
41999     ANDREA HAYES $2,686.36
42000     LORENE HINTZ $257.60
42001     MIRACLE SPOTTED WOLF $2,267.96
42002     GLORIA GIESE $942.15
42003     VIRGINIA MCGINNIS $99.65
42004     LOWELL BOYD JR $2,742.08
42005     DONNA AHNEMAN $2,473.43
42006     THOMASINE AZURE $2,020.03
42007     JOANN NELSON $2,108.81
42008     JEFFREY WOZNIAK $3,174.15
42009     MELVIN CLARK $2,993.52
42010     ANDREW HOLLOM $1,030.45
42011     BRIAN NELSON $2,120.92
42012     LOREN WESTON $589.23
42013     LOREN WESTON $4,127.92
  Total Non Electronic $55,168.04
42014 AFLAC           AFLAC $1,475.13
42015 AFSCME          AFSCME $507.65
42016 CHILD SUPPORT   CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMEN $502.00
42017 CHILD SUPPORT-S OFFICE OF CHILD SUPPORT $1,659.17
42018 COLONIAL        COLONIAL LIFE & ACCIDENT $2,565.01
42019 EBMS/FLEX FEES  EBMS $1,818.36
42020 EBMS/HEALTH INS EBMS/HEALTH INSURANCE $95,687.54
42021 HSA             WESTERN BANK $550.13
42022 JEFFERSON PILOT JEFFERSON PILOT FINANCIA $704.82
42023 LEGALSHIELD     LEGALSHIELD $15.95
42024 PEBSCO          NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SO $280.00
42025 UNION/DEPUTIES  MONTANA TEAMSTERS/LOCAL $1,745.00
42026 Workers' Comp   MACO WORKERS COMPENSATIO $33,153.08
Total Deductions $140,663.84
Electronic $438,835.17
Non Electronic $195,831.88
Total $634,667.05

 

 

 

 

TOTAL PAYROLL WITH WORKERS COMP & UNEMPLOYMENT: $608,824.04

 

1000 GENERAL

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                            $111,464.04

2110 ROAD FUND

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                            $196,006.36

2140 NOXIOUS WEED

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $8,349.46

2150 PRED ANIMAL CONTROL-SHEEP

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                $506.50

2155 PRED ANIMAL CONTROL-CATTLE

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $2,000.00

2160 COUNTY FAIR FUND

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $1,359.46

2170 AIRPORT

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                             $29,840.93

2200 MOSQUITO CONTROL

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                $279.26

2220 LIBRARY

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                             $19,590.73

2280 SENIOR CITIZENS

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $5,598.94

2290 EXTENSION SERVICE

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $3,759.70

2300 PUBLIC SAFETY

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                             $81,819.17

2360 ROOSEVELT CO MUSEUM

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $1,047.25

2390 DRUG FORFEITURE & SEIZURE

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $1,498.25

2460 MCCABE SPECIAL

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                 $31.70

2957 DOMESTIC PREPAREDNESS EQUIPMENT

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $4,896.20

2979 CFDC-BIOTERRORISM GRANT

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                $265.00

4020 MCCABE ROAD CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                $236.55

7200 RURAL FIRE DISTRICT 64

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                 $87.00

7380 WOLF POINT TV

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $6,234.85

7385 POPLAR TV

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                 $71.22

 

 

Total:      $474,942.57

 

 

 

TOTAL CLAIMS AND PAYROLL FOR JUNE, 2015: $1,083,766.61

 

 

ABATEMENTS APPROVED 5330-5333

 

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

Clerk and Recorder                                                        $ 21256.25

JP Wolf Point                                                               $ 3445.00

JP Culbertson                                                               $ 8094.00

Clerk of District Court                                                              $ 5536.84

Sheriff                                                                          $ 785.00

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

Western Bank checking interest                                   $ 298.12

Western Bank STIP interest                                        $ 3003.54

.           Western Bank Money Market                                      $ 202.12

First Community Bank interest Froid                          $

First Community Bank interest Wolf Point                  $ 354.42

Independence Bank Savings Interest                           $

Independence Bank CDARS                                         $

Western Bank CD Interest                                                       $

 

 

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

$188.36- Oil Royalties from Whiting Oil to General Fund

$188.37- Oil Royalties from Whiting Oil to Road Fund

$1124.18- Oil Royalties from Darrah Oil to General Fund

$1124.19- Oil Royalties from Darrah Oil to Road Fund

$21804.56- Oil Royalties from Oasis to General Fund

$21804.56- Oil Royalties from Oasis to Road Fund

$113.01- Oil Royalties from BBX Operating to General Fund

$113.02- Oil Royalties from BBX Operating to Road Fund

$264.03- Poplar Sidewalks to General Fund

$2527.09- Oil Royalties from EOG Oil to General Fund

$2527.10- Oil Royalties from EOG Oil to Road Fund

$125.00- Aging entry of Wolf Point parade to Senior Citizens Fund

$154.36- Oil Royalties from Genesis to General Fund

$154.37- Oil Royalties from Genesis to Road Fund

$110.00- Civil Fees from State Public Defender to Public Safety Fund

$485.32- Oil Royalties from SM Energy to General Fund

$485.33- Oil Royalties from SM Energy to Road Fund

$2259.18- Oil Royalties from StatOil to General Fund

$2259.18- Oil Royalties from StatOil to Road Fund

$252.42- Oil Royalties from Abraxas to General Fund

$252.42- Oil Royalties from Abraxas to Road Fund

$500.00- Cattle Guards from James Holt to Road Fund

$2705.86- Oil Royalties from Citation to General Fund

$2705.56- Oil Royalties from Citation to Road Fund

$306.38- Oil Royalties from Nautilus to General Fund

$306.39- Oil Royalties from Nautilus to Road Fund

$403.55- Oil Royalties from Darrah to General Fund

$403.56- Oil Royalties from Darrah to Road Fund

$802.08- Oil Royalties from BTA to General Fund

$802.08- Oil Royalties from BTA to Road 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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