May 2015

JOURNAL NO. 32

ROOSEVELT COUNTY MONTANA

 ROOSEVELT COUNTY COMMISSIONER’S PROCEDURES FOR MAY, 2015

Regular Public Meeting, May 12, 2015

Present: Commissioners Duane Nygaard, Presiding Officer; Gary Macdonald and Allen Bowker; Lindsey McNabb, Administrative Assistant; John Plestina, Herald News; Robert Petersen; Bill Juve.

Duane called the meeting to order at 11:00

Conflict of Interest: None

Minutes:

Minutes for Regular Public Meeting of April 28, 2015

A motion was made by Allen to approve minutes for the regular public meeting of April 28, 2015, seconded by Gary. Passed

Minutes for the Month of April 2015

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

Public Comment: None

Administrative Issues:

Resolution 2015-22, Special Deputy County Attorney Prosecution

A motion was made by Gary to approve Resolution 2015-22, seconded by Allen. Passed

Discussion:

Bill Juve asked what the Resolution was for. Gary explained it is conflict of interest, someone from the attorney general’s office is appointed.

RESOLUTION NO. 2015-22

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

WHEREAS, the Roosevelt County Attorney has requested prosecutorial assistance in the case of State of Montana v. Joseph Martin Laturell, 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 Services 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 of 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 12th day of May, 2015

                                                                     BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

                                                                   ROOSEVELT COUNTY

                                                              /s/ Duane Nygaard,

                                                                                     Duane Nygaard, Presiding Officer

                                                           /s/ Gary Macdonald,

                                                                     Gary Macdonald, Member

                                                   /s/ Allen Bowker

                                                               Allen Bowker, Member

Attest:

/s/ Cheryl A Hansen

Cheryl A Hansen

Clerk and Recorder

Appoint Rick Gilbert to Fair Board

A motion was made by Gary to approve Rick Gilbert to the Fair Board, seconded by Allen. Passed

Resolution 422/2015-23, Culbertson Airport

A motion was made by Gary to approve Resolution 2015-23, seconded by Allen. Passed

Discussion:

Duane stated that there have been a couple of public meetings and he is in favor of moving forward on the expansion of Culbertson Airport.

RESOLUTION NO. 2015-23

JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 422

A Joint Resolution of the Board of County Commissioners of Roosevelt County, Montana and the Town Council of Culbertson, Montana authorizing an Intercap Loan Application and agreeing to joint responsibility for costs for the Big Sky Field (Culbertson Airport) Project land acquisition services.

WHEREAS MCA 7-11-104 grants the Town of Culbertson and Roosevelt County, Montana the power to enter into an interlocal joint resolution, and

WHEREAS the Town of Culbertson and Roosevelt County, Montana both intend to be jointly and equally, not jointly and severally, responsible for the costs of land acquisition related to the Big Sky Field (Culbertson Airport) project and to authorize the Town of Culbertson to be the sole applicant for the Intercap loan for project land acquisition costs, and

WHEREAS the Town of Culbertson agrees to be responsible for semi-annual payments on Feb. ______ and Aug. ______ related to the proposed Intercap Loan and then to invoice Roosevelt County for one half the total monthly payments to be reimbursed to the Town within sixty (60) days net.

NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Board of County Commissioners of Roosevelt County, Montana and the Town Council of Culbertson, Montana, as follows:

The above named governing bodies hereby authorize the joint resolution between the Town of Culbertson, Montana and Roosevelt County, Montana, and the Mayor of the Town of Culbertson and the Chairman of the Roosevelt County Board of Commissioners are hereby authorized to execute said joint resolution for joint action on behalf of the Town of Culbertson and Roosevelt County and bind the Town of Culbertson and Roosevelt County thereto.

Said resolution passed and adopted by a majority vote of the Board of County Commissioners of Roosevelt County, Montana, this 12th day of May, 2015.

/s/ Duane Nygaard

Duane Nygaard, Presiding Officer

ATTEST:

                                                                                    /s/ Cheryl A Hansen

Cheryl A Hansen

Clerk and Recorder

Said resolution passed and adopted by majority vote of the Town Council of the Town of Culbertson, Montana, at a regular meeting this 4th day of May, 2015.

 

/s/ Gordon Oelkers,

Mayor

ATTEST:

                                                                                 /s/ Kt Northington,

   City Clerk              

Appoint Mary Lou Miller to Council on Aging Board

A motion was made by Gary to approve Mary Lou Miller to the Council on Aging Board, seconded by Allen. Passed

Claims:

A motion was made by Gary to approve claims for April 30, 2015 in the amount of $115,400.00, seconded by Allen. Passed

A motion was made by Gary to approve claims for May 6, 2015 in the amount of $170,699.63, seconded by Allen. Passed

Pay Raises: None

New Hire Traci Kjelshus, Extension Office

A motion was made by Gary to approve new hire of Traci Kjelshus to the Extension Office part-time temporary starting Grade 3 Range 7, seconded by Allen. Passed

Additional Administrative Issues:

Pay Raise Lindsey McNabb, Commissioner’s Office

A motion was made by Gary to approve six month raise for Commissioner’s Office employee Lindsey McNabb a 1/2 step to $14.12, seconded by Allen. Passed

Discussion:

Gary stated that Lindsey has done a great job.

New Business: None

Unfinished Business:

Culbertson Airport Fence

Robert Petersen asked about the status on the fencing budget for the Culbertson Airport. Duane stated he hasn’t looked at the budget yet. He will get a hold of KT when he does find out where the budget is sitting, wait until July 1st 2015 after the new budget is done.

Gary moved to adjourn

Allen seconded

Meeting adjourn at 11:13

Special Administrative Session May 12, 2015

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 Duane. Passed

Annual Work Plan for DUI Task Force

A motion was made by Duane to approve the annual work plan for the DUI Task Force, seconded by Allen. Passed

Duane moved to adjourn

Allen Seconded

Meeting adjourn at 4:34

 

Special Admin Session May 20, 2015

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

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

New Hire Kylee VanGorder, Fair

A motion was made by Duane to approve new hire of Kylee VanGorder to the Fair seasonal starting Range 3, seconded by Allen. Passed

Allen moved to adjourn

Duane seconded

Meeting adjourn at 2:28

 

Regular Public Meeting, May 26, 2015

Present: Commissioners Duane Nygaard, Presiding Officer; Gary Macdonald and Allen Bowker; Lindsey McNabb, Administrative Assistant; John Plestina, Herald News; Ray Pacheco, Epic Engineering; Jason Frederick, Roosevelt Sheriff; Karen Synan; Darnell Synan; Jordan Knudsen and Donna Reum, Roosevelt County Attorney’s Office; Kristine Mahlan; John Bach, Interstate Engineering; Bill Juve.

Duane called the meeting to order at 11:00 am

Conflict of Interest: None

Minutes:

Minutes for Regular Public Meeting of May 12, 2015

A motion was made by Allen to approve minutes for the regular public meeting of May 12, 2015, seconded by Gary. Passed

Minutes for Special Administrative Session of May 12, 2015

A motion was made by Allen to approve minutes for the Special Administrative Session of May 12, 2015, seconded by Gary. Passed

Minutes for Special Administrative Session of May 20, 2015

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

Public Comment: None

Administrative Issues:

Task Order to repair McCabe Road

A motion was made by Gary to approve the task order to repair the McCabe Road, seconded by Allen. Passed

Discussion:

Juve asked how much the repair would cost. Duane replied $47,000.00. Duane stated that they went with the scrub and seal process instead of the overlay because the county doesn’t have enough money to do the overlay process right now. Allen stated that the scrub and seal will preserve the road for now. Darnell Synan asked how long the bid process is. Duane replied approximately six weeks. Darnell Synan also asked if the scrub and seal process would fix the grooves in the road. Duane replied no, the dips would still be there. It was also asked if there is construction somewhere else close by that would bid on this project. Duane replied they are doing chip seal on Hwy 16. Kristine Mahlan asked if the remaining monies will be left in the Road fund. Duane replied yes. Duane also stated that the MT DOT oil bid is 7% less than last year.

Relocation of Hydrants at the Fair/ Weed Shop

A motion was made by Gary to approve to go out for bids on relocating hydrants, seconded by Allen. Passed

Discussion:

Kristine Mahlan stated that the hydrants are between the steer and pig barn and they are right where they unload animals, so if there was a fire it would be hard to get to the hydrants. Kristine also stated that they are unsure where the water lines are located at. It was mentioned that would we need to hire an engineer to move the hydrants.

Resignation Sheriff’s employee Scott Swain

A motion was made by Gary to approve Sheriff’s employee Scott Swain resignation, seconded by Allen. Passed

Discussion:

Gary would like thank Scott Swain for his devotion during the time he was here.

Resignation Sheriff’s employee Perry Lilley

A motion was made by Gary to approve Sheriff’s employee Perry Lilley resignation, seconded by Allen. Passed

Discussion:

Gary would like thank Perry Lilley for working at the County.

New Position/ Salary Increase, Fair Deparment

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

Discussion:

Gary stated to increase salary schedule that would need to be done during budget time.

A motion was made by Gary to not approve new position, Range 8, seconded by Allen. Passed

A motion was made by Gary to table salary increase, seconded by Allen. Passed

Agreement between Roosevelt County and Knudsen Law

A motion was made by Gary to approve the agreement between Roosevelt County and Knudsen Law, seconded by Allen. Passed

Discussion:

Duane stated that the agreement was needed to finish oil and gas case. Jordan explained that Austin Knudsen help with a case regarding oil and oil business is way above Jordan’s oil and gas experience. Austin won the case and would need to keep him retained to finish up the case.

Claims:

Claims for May 20, 2015 in the amount of $911,177.67

A motion was made by Allen to approve the claims for May 20, 2015 in the amount of $911,177.67, seconded by Gary. Passed

Pay Raises:

Shane Austin, Road Department

A motion was made by Gary to approve six month raise for Road Department’s employee Shane Austin a ½ step of E-1, seconded by Allen. Passed

Gaydella Brunelle, 911

A motion was made by Gary to approve annual raise for 911 Department’s employee Gaydella Brunelle to Grade 1 Range 6, seconded by Allen. Passed

Randy Pautch, Mosquito Board

A motion was made by Gary to approve a raise for Mosquito Sprayer Randy Pautch to Grade 1 Range 6, seconded by Allen. Passed

New Hire:

Nancy Bruguier, Aging Department

A motion was made by Allen to not approve hire of Nancy Bruguier to the Aging Department part-time, seconded by Gary. Passed

Patrick Butikofer, Fair Department

A motion was made by Gary to approve re-hire of Patrick Butikofer to the Fair Department starting at Range 8, seconded by Allen. Tabled

Mackenzie Butikofer, Fair Deparment

A motion was made by Gary to approve new hire of Mackenzie Butikofer to the Fair Department, seconded by Allen. Tabled

Discussion:

Duane stated we need to have the correct paperwork before we can approve new hire.

Eric Hendrickson, Weed Department

A motion was made by Gary to approve re-hire of Eric Hendrickson to the Weed Department starting at Grade 1 Range 1, seconded by Allen. Passed

Ethan Hendrickson, Weed Department

A motion was made by Gary to approve re-hire of Ethan Hendrickson to the Weed Department starting at Grade 1 Range 1, seconded by Allen. Passed

Erica Nickoloff, Weed Department

A motion was made by Gary to approve re- hire of Erica Nickoloff to the Weed Department starting at $Grade 1 Range 1, seconded by Allen. Passed

Austin Pederson, Weed Department

A motion was made by Gary to approve new hire of Austin Pederson to the Weed Department starting at Grade 1 Probation, seconded by Allen. Passed

Logan Nickoloff, Weed Department

A motion was made by Gary to approve new hire of Logan Nickoloff to the Weed Department starting at Grade 1 Probation, seconded by Allen. Passed

Adam Buxbaum, Weed Department

A motion was made by Gary to approve new hire of Adam Buxbaum to the Weed Department starting at Grade 1 Probation, seconded by Allen. Passed

Emily Nielsen, Weed Department

A motion was made by Gary to approve new hire of Emily Nielson to the Weed Department starting at Grade 1 Probation, seconded by Allen. Passed

Additional Administrative Issues as Needed:

Brockton City Council Discussion

A motion was made by Gary to approve Stacy Stangeland and Rodney Burshia to be appointed to the Brockton City Council, seconded by Allen. Passed

Discussion:

Duane stated that the commissioner’s received a notice that the Brockton City Council has resigned and the county commissioners are to find adequate replacements.   Commissioner’s interviewed Stacy Stangeland and Rodney Burshia and will appoint them to the board.

New hire Darby Kessner, Sheriff’s Deparmtent

A motion was made by Gary to approve new hire of Darby Kessner to the Sheriff’s Department starting wage is 85% of the Sheriff’s wages, seconded by Allen. Passed

Discussion:

Allen stated he was on the interviewing board and was impressed with Darby Kessner’s interview, Allen thinks that Darby would be a good asset to the Sheriff’s Department.

Gary moved to adjourn

Allen seconded

Meeting adjourn at 11:32

Special Public Meeting May 26, 2015

Present: Commissioners Duane Nygaard, Presiding Officer; Gary Macdonald and Allen Bowker; Lindsey McNabb, Administrative Assistant; John Plestina, Herald News; Ray Pacheco, Epic Engineering; Jason Frederick, Roosevelt Sheriff; Karen Synan; Darnell Synan; Jordan Knudsen and Donna Reum, Roosevelt County Attorney’s Office; Kristine Mahlan; John Bach, Interstate Engineering; Bill Juve.

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

Administrative Issues:

McCabe Road Discussion

John Bach stated that they would scrub and seal the first 8 miles on the McCabe Road. The scrub and seal is similar to the chip seal process, the scrub and seal is different asphalt. John mentioned that they did a survey on the road and the road is in fairly good shape. The scrub and seal will not solve the problem but will prolong the life of the road up to ten years depending on the traffic. John explained that the scrub and seal process will help keep moisture from getting into the cracks. John stated the cost would be an estimate of $450,000.00 which includes construction and engineering fees. Duane stated that the product is heavier and synthetic and the brooms would get the product in the cracks. It was asked if this is a two part scrub. John replied yes, and explained the process. John stated that the set of brooms are different when they do the chip seal. John mentioned that there is a video on the internet about the process of scrub and seal if anybody is interested in watching it. Gary stated we would go out for bids soon. John stated that the plan of specs would take a couple weeks, but this project is a straight forward project. John stated that Century would be doing construction close by to this project so they might bid on it and that would save on cost, but anyone who can chip seal can do the job. John explained that Western Emulsions would be on site the first couple of weeks. Kristine Mahlan asked what we could do to help preserve the road because the truck traffic signs are not working. Gary mentioned you could make an ordinance or a resolution. The ordinance is a long process. Jason stated this is the first time he heard of this problem and will get his guys to patrol the McCabe road.

Discussion on Jail Remodel Architects

Duane stated that this process is a very intensive operation. No decisions have been made on selecting an architect. The county went out for a RFP and we received seven proposals. There are now four architects in running. All four had a second interview and they re-interviewed via telephone. Duane stated this is a very tough decision. Duane stated it is fantastic that these architects are interested in building a jail in a small town. Duane stated that John Bach from Interstate Engineer has been on all of the interviews. Duane mentioned that this is the most costly project the county ever had to do. The county was hoping to get help for funding through the legislature but there is nothing out there with grants or matching funds. Gary mentioned there is one bill still open that could help with funding for the Jail Remodel/expansion but it has nowhere to go. Gary stated that Austin Knudsen said that the Senate passed with amendment, it’s not dead just nowhere to go due to the legislative session being over. Duane stated that there will be a Special meeting on Friday May 29, 2015 to make the decision on what architect they select.

Gary moved to adjourn

Allen seconded

Meeting adjourn at 11:50

Special Administrative Meeting May 29, 2015

Present: Commissioners Duane Nygaard, Presiding Officer; Gary Macdonald and Allen Bowker; Lindsey McNabb, Administrative Assistant; Jordan Knudsen and Donna K Reum, Roosevelt County Attorney’s Office; John Plestina, Herald News; John Bach, Interstate Engineering.

Duane called the meeting to order at 11:00

Administrative Issues:

Architect Selection

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

A motion was made by Allen to offer negotiations to Klien McCarthy, seconded by Gary. Passed

Discussion:

Duane stated that he didn’t feel the selection/scoring process attained results what they wanted approved with grants and loans. There were five architects during the selection time. The architect selected is Klien McCarthy. John stated the next process is Klien McCarthy submitting a draft of scope of work which would include the fee estimate. John stated he sent a list of items to go into the draft; the commissioners can always add to the list but can’t take away anything that is on the list. The process is so the county complies with the federal regulations on making the first offer.

Appoint Judy Romo, Council on Aging Board

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

Commissioners welcomed Judy to the Council on Aging Board.

Resignation Debra Mason, Aging

A motion was made by Gary to approve Aging employee Debra Mason resignation, seconded by Allen. Passed

Commissioners would like to Debra Mason for the time she put in with the county.

Request from Library Department to purchase a desk

A motion was made by Allen to approve Library request to purchase a desk from Wills Office World for $2746.00, seconded by Gary. Passed

New Hire:

Laura Treese, Aging

Withdrew due to needing proper information by June 1st 2015

Nancy Bruguier, Aging

A motion was made by Gary to not split one job into two temporary job position, seconded by Allen. Passed

A motion was made by Allen to not hire Nancy Bruguier as temporary program assistant, seconded by Gary. Passed

Discussion:

Duane stated that Aging Department requested to have two temporary jobs out of one full time job.

Jordan asked how the board was created. Gary replied it is an advisory board, a department of the county and was created by resolution. Jordan stated it would be the commissioner’s call.

Additional Administrative Issues:

Renewal Health Insurance

A motion was made by Gary to approve renewing a three year contract with EBMS, seconded by Allen. Passed

Discussion:
Duane stated that the health insurance premiums went up 9%. The commissioners chose option four to renew, which has a discount when county employees have annual training. Duane stated that it is an expense to the county but it is a good benefit for the county employees.

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

Gary moved to adjourn

Allen seconded

Meeting adjourn at 1:57

 

 

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

-76486   GARY MACDONALD $3,013.77
-76485   LINDSEY MCNABB $2,055.75
-76484   DUANE NYGAARD $3,160.28
-76483   LAURIE EVANS $2,419.41
-76482   JERI TOAVS $2,956.04
-76481   JERRI GRIMSRUD $1,581.19
-76480   TRACI HARADA $2,383.87
-76479   PENNY HENDRICKSON $2,483.87
-76478   DAVID BLOCK $2,742.85
-76477   RENEE EGGEBRECHT $2,716.24
-76476   LINDSEY ELLISON $1,176.62
-76475   JENNA PRESSER $1,878.06
-76474   BETTY ROMO $2,969.21
-76473   JAMIE GILL $2,135.88
-76472   CHERYL HANSEN $3,472.49
-76471   TRACY JUVE-MIRANDA $3,265.77
-76470   JAN PANKRATZ $2,393.29
-76469   SAMANTHA REDFIELD $2,072.10
-76468   DARLENE TWITCHELL $810.10
-76467   TIERRA ERWIN $2,472.17
-76466   RALPH PATCH $5,899.25
-76465   DONNA REUM $3,028.23
-76464   CHRISTA WAGNER $1,818.60
-76463   BRENDA ABRAHAM $1,919.66
-76462   COLE HANKS $2,915.25
-76461   NIKKI JOHNSON $2,107.73
-76460   CRAIG KARGE $2,560.45
-76459   CHRISTINE KILSDONK $1,770.24
-76458   DANIEL SIETSEMA $2,669.67
-76457   CLAYTON VINE $2,950.12
-76456   STEVEN KIRKEGARD $672.88
-76455   JOSEPH REINHART $663.00
-76454   MICHELLE BARSNESS $2,343.61
-76453   VICKIE BELL $4,590.99
-76452   TARRAH POITRA $2,264.01
-76451   PATRICIA PRESSER $3,646.72
-76450   KARLA THOMPSON $3,617.39
-76449   MARY VINE $2,253.03
-76448   J. MICHAEL BROWN $2,207.23
-76447 RON SMITH $1,608.06
-76446 DIANE HANSON $1,772.57
-76445 JEFF ADKINS $2,626.53
-76444   SHANE AUSTIN $2,283.04
-76443   NUFRY BOYSUN $2,647.03
-76442   HARDY BRAATEN $2,367.18
-76441   DAVID COMBS $2,454.29
-76440   SCOTT DOORNEK $2,655.76
-76439   ALAN ENGELKE $417.43
-76438   CAM FRIEDE $2,862.93
-76437   DEREK MCNABB $2,941.66
-76436   JEFF NEUBAUER $2,573.64
-76435   KENNETH NORGAARD $2,829.05
-76434   DENNIE REUM $2,668.77
-76433   DAVID TOAVS $2,418.97
-76432   LARRY WOOD $3,005.52
-76431   WILLIAM PETERSEN $2,636.52
-76430   ANGELA MILLER $1,598.40
-76429   JULIE BACH $1,507.15
-76428   TAMARA FOSSETTA $799.28
-76427   SHERI HARVEY $1,010.50
-76426   MICHELLE ISLE $1,792.07
-76425   JANET LIVINGSTON $1,934.12
-76424   LINDA BEYER $985.50
-76423   PAMELA CLARK $2,084.27
-76422   BETTY KLUTH $2,165.98
-76421   DEBRA MASON $1,669.64
-76420   GAIL NELSON $1,461.90
-76419   CAROL RASMUSSEN $1,869.03
-76418   JESSICA REDEKOPP $1,518.50
-76417   DAWN BJORGE $2,029.79
-76416   JASON BAKER $2,765.36
-76415   STEVEN BARR JR. $3,018.95
-76414   TINA BETS HIS MEDICINE $2,372.26
-76413   WILLIAM BLACK DOG $2,806.57
-76412   ORIN CANTRELL $3,170.05
-76411   EUGENE CULBERTSON II $2,843.10
-76410   JASON FREDERICK $3,716.13
-76409   CURTIS HOLUM $3,059.05
-76408   FREDERICK LEE $2,886.16
-76407   TIMOTHY LINGLE $3,411.55
-76406   TONETTA MARTELL $1,817.21
-76405   CLAY MCGESHICK $2,835.47
-76404   JOSEPH MOORE $3,105.96
-76403   PATRICK O'CONNOR $2,778.01
-76402   COREY REUM $3,188.30
-76401   MARY SIMONS $1,858.59
-76400   JOHN SUMMERS $3,705.90
-76399   GAYDELLA BRUNELLE $1,978.80
-76398   MYCHAL DAMON $2,188.10
-76397   CATHERINE DICKEY $2,214.52
-76396   KU'U-IKAIKA EDMUNDSON-SHOOK $1,995.10
-76395   CARLOS GARCIA $2,407.70
-76394   RACHAEL PARKER $1,940.02
-76393   TROY BLOUNT $1,542.19
-76392   DEBRA COLLINS $2,433.28
-76391   ROBIN HENDRICKSON $2,013.74
-76390   VINCENT MACDONALD $2,150.05
-76389   SCOTT SWAIN $1,931.80
Total Electronic $233,386.02
-76388 D-SHRF          PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREM $12,936.61
-76387 FIT             IRS/FEDERAL DEPOSIT $104,265.10
-76386 P.E.R.S.        PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREM $50,448.28
-76385 PERS RETIREE    PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RETIREME $666.80
-76384 SIT             STATE TREASURER $17,643.00
Total Deductions $185,959.79
41907   LOWELL BOYD JR $1,018.36
41908   ALLEN BOWKER $3,367.32
41909   SUE BROESDER $1,435.69
41910   PEGGY PURVIS $1,861.93
41911   KIYO RUHD $2,342.51
41912   LIARA GRUBBS $1,999.65
41913   JORDAN KNUDSEN $4,618.33
41914   ANDREW ENGELKE $2,271.61
41915   RICHARD ERDAHL $3,045.62
41916   LYNN LIEN $2,232.61
41917   DYLAN RYDER $1,001.53
41918   ANDREA HAYES $2,704.63
41919   LORENE HINTZ $268.85
41920   MIRACLE SPOTTED WOLF $2,268.43
41921   GLORIA GIESE $1,104.60
41922   LOWELL BOYD JR $2,430.16
41923   CHELBI BRUGH $494.73
41924   DONNA AHNEMAN $2,355.24
41925   THOMASINE AZURE $2,020.03
41926   JOANN NELSON $1,749.10
41927   JEFFREY WOZNIAK $3,211.63
41928   MELVIN CLARK $3,207.54
41929   PERRY LILLEY SR $1,712.02
41930   BRIAN NELSON $1,945.41
41931   LOREN WESTON $1,639.53
41932   LINDA BEYER $526.85
41933   LINDSEY ELLISON $438.72
41934   BETTY KLUTH $11.71
Total Non Electronic $53,284.34
41935 AFLAC           AFLAC $1,475.13
41936 AFSCME          AFSCME $507.65
41937 CHILD SUPPORT   CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMEN $896.02
41938 CHILD SUPPORT-S OFFICE OF CHILD SUPPORT $1,659.17
41939 COLONIAL        COLONIAL LIFE & ACCIDENT $2,647.76
41940 EBMS/FLEX FEES  EBMS $1,885.86
41941 EBMS/HEALTH INS EBMS/HEALTH INSURANCE $87,733.52
41942 HSA             WESTERN BANK $457.49
41943 JEFFERSON PILOT JEFFERSON PILOT FINANCIA $692.28
41944 LEGALSHIELD     LEGALSHIELD $15.95
41945 PEBSCO          NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SO $280.00
41946 $1,609.00
Total Deductions $99,859.83
  Electronic $419,345.81
  Non-Electronic $153,144.17
Total $572,489.98

 

TOTAL PAYROLL WITH WORKERS COMP & UNEMPLOYMENT: $585,616.10

 

1000 GENERAL

        101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                             $83,497.64

     2110 ROAD FUND

        101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                            $267,940.66

     2140 NOXIOUS WEED

        101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                $373.41

     2160 COUNTY FAIR FUND

        101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                $287.76

     2170 AIRPORT

        101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $4,378.61

     2220 LIBRARY

        101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $5,557.38

     2280 SENIOR CITIZENS

        101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $6,528.37

     2290 EXTENSION SERVICE

        101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $3,131.39

     2300 PUBLIC SAFETY

        101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                             $86,554.01

     2360 ROOSEVELT CO MUSEUM

        101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $7,792.10

     2393 RECORDS PRESERVATION

        101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $2,404.00

     2460 MCCABE SPECIAL

        101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                 $31.70

     2800 ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE

        101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                  $0.12

     2979 CFDC-BIOTERRORISM GRANT

        101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                $140.30

     7200 RURAL FIRE DISTRICT 64

        101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $1,351.48

     7380 WOLF POINT TV

        101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                $214.61

     7385 POPLAR TV

        101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                 $50.01

                                                    Total:      $470,233.55

 

 

 

TOTAL CLAIMS AND PAYROLL FOR APRIL, 2015: $1,055,849.65

 

 

 

ABATEMENTS APPROVED

 

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

            Clerk and Recorder                                                     $17992.25

JP Wolf Point                                                             $

JP Culbertson                                                             $9883.23

Clerk of District Court                                                $5813.78

Sheriff                                                                       $980.00

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

            Western Bank checking interest                       $182.78

            Western Bank STIP interest                            $2049.32

.           Western Bank Money Market                          $91.13

            First Community Bank interest Froid              $

            First Community Bank interest Wolf Point      $199.88

            Independence Bank Savings Interest               $ 124.74

            Independence Bank CDARS                             $370.25

            Western Bank CD Interest                               $

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

$9,855.42- HB758 Oil & Gas quarter ending 12/31/14 to General Fund

$8,701.05- HB758 Oil & Gas quarter ending 12/31/14 to Road Fund

$1,871.73- HB758 Oil & Gas quarter ending 12/31/14 to Bridge Fund

$138.11- HB758 Oil & Gas quarter ending 12/31/14 to Noxious Weed Fund

$556.57- HB758 Oil & Gas quarter ending 12/31/14 to County Fair Fund

$488.55- HB758 Oil & Gas quarter ending 12/31/14 to Airport Fund

$529.77- HB758 Oil & Gas quarter ending 12/31/14 to Comprehensive Insurance Fund

$1,525.42- HB758 Oil & Gas quarter ending 12/31/14 to Library Fund

$571.00- HB758 Oil & Gas quarter ending 12/31/14 to Senior Citizens Fund

$455.06- HB758 Oil & Gas quarter ending 12/31/14 to Extension Service Fund

$9,171.05- HB758 Oil & Gas quarter ending 12/31/14 to Public Safety Fund

$212.32- HB758 Oil & Gas quarter ending 12/31/14 to Emergency Disaster Fund

$1,348.14- HB758 Oil & Gas quarter ending 12/31/14 to Rural Fire District 64 Fund

$1,069.85- HB758 Oil & Gas quarter ending 12/31/14 to Hospital 1 & 9 Fund

$1,341.95- HB758 Oil & Gas quarter ending 12/31/14 to Hospital 17, 64 &65 Fund

$1,426.47- HB758 Oil & Gas quarter ending 12/31/14 to Hospital 3 & 45 Fund

$195,356.16-Oil and Gas Severance Tax to General Fund

$172,474.03- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Road Fund

$37,101.73- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Bridge Fund

$2,737.68- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Noxious Weed Fund

$11,032.46- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to County Fair Fund

$9,684.04- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Airport Fund

$10,501.26- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Comprehensive Insurance Fund

$30,237.10- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Library Fund

$11,318.48- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Senior Citizens Fund

$9,030.27- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Extension Service Fund

$181,790.33- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Public Safety Fund

$4,208.68- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Roosevelt County Museum Fund

$26,723.06- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Rural Fire District 64 Fund

$21,206.83- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Hospital 1 & 9 Fund

$26,600.47- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Hospital 17, 64 & 65 Fund

$28,275.77- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Hospital 3 &45 Fund

$198,060.07- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Elementary Retirement Fund

$146,999.27- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to High School Retirement Fund

$54,651.02- Oil and Gas Severance Tax to Transportation Elementary/High School Fund

$101.35- Oil Royalties from Whiting Oil to General Fund

$101.35- Oil Royalties from Whiting Oil to Road Fund

$288.89- Oil Royalties from BTA Oil to General Fund

$288.89- Oil Royalties from BTA Oil to Road Fund

$186.12- Oil Royalties from Whiting Oil to General Fund

$186.11- Oil Royalties from Whiting Oil to Road Fund

$1,418.03- Oil Royalties from Citation Oil to General Fund

$1,418.03- Oil Royalties from Citation Oil to Road Fund

$101.03- FY 15 Fuel Tax Allocations to Road Fund

$8,494.42- FY 15 Fuel Tax Allocations to Gasoline Tax Fund

$300.00- Approach Permit fee from Town of Culbertson to Road Fund

$1,683.53- Oil Royalties from EOG Resources to General Fund

$1,683.52- Oil Royalties from EOG Resources to Road Fund

$223.05- Oil Royalties from Genesis Oil to General Fund

$223.05- Oil Royalties from Genesis Oil to Road Fund

$526.13- Oil Royalties from Statoil to General Fund

$526.13- Oil Royalties from Statoil to Road Fund

$23.58- Oil Royalties from Slawson Oil to General Fund

$23.58- Oil Royalties from Slawson Oil to Road Fund

$361.25- Oil Royalties from SM Energy to General Fund

$361.26- Oil Royalties from SM Energy to Road Fund

$263.76- Oil Royalties from Abraxas to General Fund

$263.76- Oil Royalties from Abraxas to Road Fund

$1,574.09- Oil Royalties from Citation to General Fund

$1,574.10- Oil Royalties from Citation to Road Fund

$265.53- Oil Royalties from Nautilus to General Fund

$265.54- Oil Royalties from Nautilus 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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