November 2015

JOURNAL NO. 32

ROOSEVELT COUNTY MONTANA

 

 

ROOSEVELT COUNTY COMMISSIONER’S PROCEDURES FOR NOVEMBER, 2015

November 3, 2015

Regular Public Meeting

Present: Commissioners Duane Nygaard, Presiding Officer and Gary Macdonald; Donna K. Reum, Roosevelt County Attorney’s Office; Curt Bass, Century Companies; John Plestina, Herald News; Clay Petersen, Roosevelt County Weed Department; Ken Norgaard, Roosevelt County Road Foreman; Lindsey McNabb, Administrative Assistant.

Duane called the meeting to order at 11:00 A.M

Conflict of Interest: None

Minutes:

Minutes for Regular Public Meeting of October 27, 2015

A motion was made by Gary to approve the minutes for the Regular Public Meeting of October 27, 2015, seconded by Duane.  Passed

Minutes for Rodeo Road Bid Opening

A motion was made by Gary to approve the minutes for the Bid Opening on the Rodeo Road Project, seconded by Duane.  Passed

Minutes for the Month of October 2015

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

Public Comment: None

Administrative Issues:

Approval of Century Bid for Rodeo Road Project

A motion was made by Gary to approve Century bid B in the amount of $532,025.00, seconded by Duane.  Passed

Discussion:

Mr. Juve asked why the commissioners chose bid B.  Mr. Bass explained that bid b is the thicker base.  And that with the soil stabilization the pulverization would make a better base.  Mr. Bass stated they would be using three inch crush gravel for the project and also in bid B there was reshaping of the road.

Mr. Juve asked about the seal and cover.  Mr.  Nygaard stated will address that at a later date.

Resolution 2016-7, Tax Compliance Procedures for Jail Bond

CERTIFICATE AS TO RESOLUTION AND ADOPTING VOTE

I, the undersigned, being the duly qualified and acting recording officer of Roosevelt County, Montana (the “County”), hereby certify that the attached resolution is a true copy of a Resolution entitled: “RESOLUTION APPROVING TAX COMPLIANCE PROCEDURES RELATING TO TAX-EXEMPT BONDS” (THE “Resolution”),  on file in the original records of the County in my legal custody; that the Resolution was duly adopted by the Board of County Commissioners of the County at a regular meeting on November 3, 2015, and that the meeting was duly held by the Board of County Commissioners and was attended throughout by a quorum, pursuant to call and notice of such meeting given as required by law; and that the Resolution has not as of the date hereof been amended or repealed.

I further certify that, upon vote being taken on the Resolution at said meeting, the following Commissioners voted in favor thereof; Duane Nygaard and Gary Macdonald; voted against the same: none; abstained from voting thereon; none; or was absent none.

WITNESS my hand official this 3rd day of November, 2015

/s/ Cheryl A. Hansen

County Clark and Recorder

 

RESOLUTION NO. 2016-7

 

RESOLUTION APPROVING TAX COMPLIANCE PROCEDURES RELATING TO TAX-EXEMPT BONDS

 

BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners (the “Board”) of Roosevelt County, Montana (the “County”), as follows:

 

Section 1. Recitals.

 

  • Pursuant to the laws of the State of Montana and Section 103 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, the County has issued, and likely will issue, tax exempt bonds of the County to finance and refinance various projects and functions of the County.
  • Dorsey & Whitney, LLP, as bond counsel to the County, has prepared certain Tax Compliance Procedures Relating to Tax-Exempt Bonds (the “Compliance Procedures”) for adoption by this Board in order to assist the County in preserving the tax-exempt status of bonds previously issued by the County and to maintain eligibility to issue additional tax-exempt bonds in the future.

Section 2. Approval.  The Compliance Procedures are hereby approved in substantially the form attached hereto as Exhibit A, and the County hereby resolves to abide by the Compliance Procedures and to update periodically the Compliance Procedures in accordance with the Internal Revenue Code and supporting Internal Revenue Service rulings and regulations.  The County Treasurer of the County is hereby authorized and directed to edit, refine, finalize and memorialize the Compliance Procedures, with advice from bond counsel to the County, in order to ensure compliance with state and federal laws and regulations.

 

PASSED AND APPROVED by the Board of County Commissioners of Roosevelt County, Montana, this 3rd day of November, 2015

 

/s/ Cheryl A Hansen                                                                                /s/ Duane Nygaard

County Clerk and Recorder                                                          Chair, Board of County Commissioners

 

EXHIBIT A

 

ROOSEVELT COUNTY, MONTANA

TAX COMPLIANCE PROCEDURES

RELATING TO

TAX-EXEMPT BONDS

 

  1. Purpose:

 

These procedures are approved by Roosevelt County, Montana (the “Issuer”) to ensure that interest on tax-exempt bonds, notes or other obligations (“Bonds”) of the Issuer remains excludable from gross income under Section 103 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Code”).

 

These written procedures are intended largely to memorialize formally certain practices and procedures of the Issuer previously followed in connection with its issuance of Bonds.  The Issuer reserves the right to make exceptions to these procedures as necessary or appropriate.

 

The Issuer’s procedures for post-issuance tax compliance are as follows:

 

  1. Expenditure/Use of Proceeds:

 

  1. Expenditure of Bond proceeds will be reviewed by the Project Manager, if any, and the County Treasurer of the Issuer (the “County Treasurer”). Such review will include comparison to statements regarding expenditure of proceeds in the documents authorizing the Bonds and document delivered at closing of the Bonds (collectively, the “Bond Documents”).
  2. The Issuer has separately established procedures for preparation and review of requisitions of Bond proceeds through the accounting system of the Issuer.
  3. The Issuer’s accounting system will identify (i) the material components of the Bond-financed property, such as, for example, building materials, equipment furniture, and (ii) separate purposes of the bond proceeds, such as, for example, construction, reserve fund deposits, and costs of issuance.
  4. None of the proceeds of Bonds will be used to reimburse the Issuer for costs of a capital project paid prior to the date of issuance of the Bonds unless the Issuer shall have complied with the provision of Section 1.150-2 of the Treasury Regulations with respect to such reimbursed amounts. The Issuer will consult with Bond Counsel regarding these requirements.  Attached hereto as Schedule I is a general synopsis of the reimbursement regulations for tax- exempt bonds.
  5. Costs of staff may be financed by Bond proceeds only to the extent they are properly capitalized as part of a capital project (i.e., are a capital expenditure) under generally accepted accounting principles and federal tax law.
  6. Requisitions will be summarized in a “final allocation” of Bond proceeds to uses not later than 18 months after the in-service date of the financed property or the date of completion (and in any event not later than 5 years and 60 days after the issuance of the Bonds or not later than 60 days after earlier retirement of issue).
  7. Expenditure of proceeds of Bonds will be measured against the Issuer’s expectation, as set forth in the Tax Certificate delivered at the closing of Bonds, to (i) incur a substantial binding obligation to a third party to spend at least 5% of the net sales proceeds of the Bond on the capital project within 6 months after the issue date, and (ii) proceeds with due diligence to complete the capital project and spend the net sale proceeds within the earlier of three years from the date of issue or completion of the project with due diligence.
  8. If there are any Bond proceeds remaining in the construction account or project fund established pursuant to the Bond Documents after completion of the project, unless the proceeds can be properly allocated to other uses, such proceeds shall be applied to make debt service payment on the Bonds or otherwise defease the Bonds.
  9. In the event that Bond proceeds are to be used to make a grant to an unrelated party, a grant agreement will be reviewed prior to execution for compliance with the Code. Such agreement will be approved by the Issuer’s attorney or Bond Counsel and the County Treasurer of the Issuer.  The repayment of any portion of a grant by the grantee shall be treated as unspent Bond proceeds
  10. If Bond proceeds are loaned to a conduit borrower, Bond Counsel will identify in the Tax Certificate for the conduit loan issue the matters that the conduit borrower will undertake and the Issuer will cause the conduit borrower to adopt any necessary or appropriate tax compliance procedures prepared by Bond Counsel.  The County Treasurer will be the primary office responsible for causing the conduit borrower to agree to adopt such procedures and the primary contact of Issuer with the conduit borrower.
  • Use of Bond-Financed Property:
  1. Use of Bond-finance property when completed and placed in service will be reviewed by the Project Manager, If any, and the County Treasurer. The County Treasurer will consult with Bond Counsel regarding any third-party contracts regarding use of a Bond-financed facility, including, without limitation, leases, use, management or service contracts, and research contracts
  2. Appropriate department managers shall be instructed to consult with the County Treasurer regarding any third-party contract or arrangement concerning use of the Bond-financed facilities, including without limitation leases, use, management or service contracts, and research contracts. The Issuer shall consult with Bond Counsel regarding any such contracts.
  3. Agreements with business users for lease, use, management, or any other service with respect to, or non-governmental use of, Bond-finance property will be reviewed prior to execution for compliance with the Code. Such agreements will be approved by the County Treasurer and Bond Counsel, who will be responsible for determining whether the proposed agreement (i) results in private business use of the facilities, and (ii) if applicable, meets the compensation, term and other requirements under Revenue Procedures 97-13 and 2007-47.
  4. Upon issuance of Bonds, there shall be no expectation that the Bond- financed property will be sold or otherwise disposed of by the Issuer during the term of the Bonds; and no item of Bond-financed property will be sold or transferred by the Issuer while the Bonds are outstanding without approval of the Issuer’s attorney and the County Treasurer upon advice of Bond Counsel or advance arrangement of a “remedial action” under the applicable Treasury Regulations.
  5. Investments
  6. Investment of Bond proceeds in compliance with Montana law (Title 7, Chapter 6, Part 2, Montana Code Annotated) and the arbitrage and rebate requirements of the Code and applicable Treasury Regulations will be supervised by the Issuer’s County Treasure.
  7. All investments will be purchased only at fair market value, as determined under applicable Treasury Regulations.
  8. Guaranteed investments contracts (“GICs”) and other open-market securities, if ever purchased, will be purchased only according to applicable Treasury Regulations, including bid requirements and fee limitations.
  9. IF calculation of rebate liability is required, calculations of rebate liability will be performed by outside consultant and reviewed by the County Treasurer. Such calculations shall be made, as necessary, upon each 5 year anniversary of the date of issue of the Bonds and within the period prescribed following full retirement of the Bonds, or as otherwise directed or required by the Code and applicable Treasury Regulations.
  10. Unless certain exceptions are available following consultation with Bond Counsel, upon final expenditure of the gross proceeds of Bonds, and in any event promptly following the fifth anniversary of the date of issuance of the Bonds or earlier retirement of the Bonds, the County Treasurer will consult a qualified professional to prepare a spending exception report for the issue of Bonds.
  11. Rebate payments, if owing, will be made with Form 8038-T no later than 60 days after (i) each fifth anniversary of the date of issuance of the Bonds and (ii) the final retirement of the Bond issue.
  12. Issue Price:

For bonds sold through and underwriter or other purchaser to the general public:

  1. The Certificate of Purchaser will include certifications to establish issue price, including a bona fide public sale, reasonable expectations at the time of sale that at least 10% of each maturity of the Bonds will be sold to the general public at the prices or yields shown on the cover or inside cover of the official statement, and sales of at least 10% of each maturity of the Bonds to the general public at the prices or yields shown on the cover or inside cover of the official statement. If the purchaser will inquire as to the circumstances preventing sales at such prices or why otherwise representation will not be made.
  2. As necessary or appropriate, the County Treasurer will consult Bond Counsel in connection with review of publicly available records, if any, of the secondary market trading activity for Bonds between the sales date and the date of issue of the Bonds.
  3. The Issuer’s financial advisor, if any, will certify that the offer accepted by the Issuer for the purchase of Bonds is a reasonable offer under customary standards applicable in the municipal bond market for similar bonds, and, if the County Treasurer and Bond Counsel determine it is advisable and the finance advisor agrees to do so, confirm or provide the information in paragraph V.A.
  4. Refunding Bonds:
  5. Refunding bonds (“Refunding Bonds”) shall not be issued in any greater amount than will be required to pay the principal and interest of the bonds to be refunded, plus any defaulted interest thereon, costs of issuance and of the refunding, and if necessary, fund a reserve. Refunding Bonds will satisfy parameters established by the governing body of the Issuer, including those regarding savings.
  6. Prior to issuing any Refunding Bonds, the County Treasurer will consult with Bond Counsel to ensure that:
  • All of the sale, transferred, and investment proceeds of the Bonds to be refunded (the “Refunded Bonds”) have been expended for the purposes for which they were issued in accordance with the resolution authorizing their issuance, and, if not, to take them into account in a permissible manner under the Code following consultations with Bond Counsel;
  • If the Refunded Bonds were issued as governmental bonds, that all facilities financed by the Refunded Bonds have been and are available for use by members of the general public on a substantially equal basis and the Refunded Bonds are not “private activity bonds” within the means of Section 141 of the Code;
  • The Refunded Bonds were not (and the Refunding Bonds will not be) hedge bonds as defined in Section 149(g) of the Code;
  • There are no funds on deposit in the debt service account or reserve account (or other pledged fund) that secure the repayment of the Refunded Bonds, or if there are, that they are applied to the refunding or taken into account permissible in the refunding; and
  • The refunding and refunded issues comply with applicable federal tax requirements and restrictions in place on the redemption date of the Refunded Bonds
  1. The County Treasurer will consult with its financial advisor or Bond Counsel to ensure that the weighted average maturity of the Refunded Bonds did not exceed 120% of the average reasonably expected economic life of the projects that such bond financed, and that the weighted average maturity of the Refunding Bonds determined as of the date of issuance of the Refunding Bonds does not exceed 120% of the remaining average reasonably expected economic life of the projects that the Refunded Bonds financed, determined under Section 147(b) of the Code.
  2. The County Treasurer will ensure that sale proceeds, exclusive amounts to pay costs of issuance of the refunding or fund a reserve, of the Refunding Bonds will be applied, if invested, toward the purchase of certain eligible securities, including State and Local Government Series (“SLGS”), to be deposited in the escrow account (the “Escrow Account”) established to pay the Refunded Bonds pursuant to an escrow agreement. IF SLGS are not acquired for an advance refunding escrow, the financial advisor to the Issuer shall document the reason for not investing in SLGS and the Issuer will comply with all federal tax laws and laws of the State of Montana pertaining to investments other than SLGS, including adherence to the fair market value rules of the Treasury Regulations.  Without limitation of the meaning of the preceding sentence, if any GICs or open-market securities are acquired for any advance refunding escrow, the Issuer’s financial advisor will provide guidance on the bidding process and Bond Counsel will oversee compliance with fair market value investment rules, including receipt of at least 3 competitive bids, compliance with compensation limitations, and obtaining appropriate certificates, including from the bidding agent.
  3. In the case of an advance refunding, the Issuer will obtain a verification report from certified public accountants verifying that the yield of the eligible securities acquired with proceeds of the Refunding Bonds for the Escrow Account, computed in accordance with Section 148 of the Code and applicable Regulations, is not in excess of the yield of the advance Refunding Bonds, and that the amounts in the Escrow Account are sufficient to pay and redeem the Refunded Bonds in full on their redemption date.
  4. The County Treasurer will ensure that, with the exception of any proceeds used to pay issuance costs of the advance Refunding Bonds and expected to bully expended within 90 days of the issue, an aggregate amount not to exceed the “minor portion” amount for the advance Refunding Bonds, and any other permissible exceptions to yield restriction under the Code, none of the proceeds of the advance refunding bonds will be invested at a materially higher yield than the yield of the advance Refunding Bonds.
  • Record Management and Retention
  1. Management and retention of records related to Bond issues will be supervised by the County Clerk and Recorder.
  2. Records for Bonds will be retained for the life of the Bonds, plus any refunding Bonds, plus three years (or such longer term as may be required under state law). Such records may be in the form of documents or electronic copies of documents, appropriately indexed to specific Bond issues and compliance functions.
  3. Retainable records pertaining to Bond issuances shall include a transcript of documents executed in connection with the issuance of the Bonds and any amendments, copies of rebate calculations, if any, records of payments, escrow agreements, verification reports, records of investment earnings on any relevant funds/accounts, IRS filings and audit reports/investigations.
  4. Retainable records pertaining to expenditures of Bond proceeds include requisitions; reimbursement allocations; paying agent statements, if applicable; trustee statements, if applicable; and final allocation of proceeds.
  5. Retainable records pertaining to use of Bond-financed property include all third-party contracts concerning use of the facilities, including, without limitation, leases, use, management or service contracts, and research contracts.
  6. Retainable records pertaining to investments include GIC documents under the Treasury Regulations, records of purchase and sale of other investments, and records of investment activity sufficient to permit calculation of arbitrage rebate or demonstration that no rebate is due
  • Overall Responsibility:
  1. Overall administration and coordination of these procedures is the responsibility of the County Treasurer.
  2. Review of compliance with these procedures and, if appropriate, updating these procedures, shall be undertaken not less than annually.
  3. Training, within budget limits, will be made available through attendance at appropriate conferences, applicable publications, consultation with Bond Counsel, and related activities.
  4. The Issuer understands that failure to comply with these policies and procedures could result in the retroactive loss of the exclusion of interest on Bonds form federal gross taxable income and, thus, it would be advisable to consult with Bond Counsel and other professionals in advance regarding deviations from the facts and expectations as set forth in the closing certifications relating to any issue of Bonds.
  5. The Issuer understands that remedial actions to remedy violations of the Code or Treasury Regulations may be undertaken as specified by the Code and Treasury Regulations and that resolution of violations of federal tax law may be pursued under VCAP, and will consult with Bond Counsel regarding the nature and availability of all remedial actions and voluntary closing agreements to resolve such violations. It will consult with Bond Counsel and other professionals to evaluate and implement any remedial actions.  Attached hereto as Schedule II  is a general synopsis of certain common remedial concepts and actions
  6. Any violations or potential violations of federal tax requirements shall promptly be reported by or to the County Treasurer, and the County Treasurer will engage qualified consultants and Bond Counsel to further investigate potential violations or recommend appropriate remedial actions, including voluntary closing agreements, if necessary.

These Tax Compliance Procedures may be updated or amended from time to time by the undertaking of the appropriate officials or body or bodies of the Issuer.

Originally Dated: November 3rd, 2015

 

SCHEDULE I

REIMBURSEMENT BOND SUMMARY

Following is a general summary of the requirements relating to bonds that are issued to reimburse expenditures that were paid prior to the date of issuance of bonds (“Reimbursement Bonds”).

 

Reimbursement Bond proceeds cannot be used to reimburse expenditures paid more than 60 days prior to the adoption of the declaration of official intent/reimbursement resolution, which must contain

  • a general function description of the property to which the reimbursement relates or an identification of the fund or account from which the expenditure is to be paid and a general function description of the purposes of such fund or account; and
  • the maximum principal amount of debt proposed to be issued.

The Treasury Regulations (the “Regulations”) generally require that Reimbursement Bonds must be issued not later than 18 months (or three years, if Reimbursement Bonds qualify for the “small issuer” exception from the arbitrage rebate requirement) after the later of (i) the date on which the original expenditure is paid, or (ii) the date on which the property is placed in service or abandoned, but (unless the issue qualifies for the “small issuer” exception from arbitrage rebate requirement) in any case not more than three years after the date on which the original expenditure is paid.  If possible, actual reimbursement should be made within 30 days of the date of issuance of the Reimbursement Bonds.

 

Note that there are exceptions to the above requirements pertaining to Reimbursement Bonds, including the following:

  • expenditures to be paid or reimbursed from sources other than the Reimbursement Bonds,
  • expenditures permitted to be reimbursed under the transitional provision contained in Section 1.150-2(j)(2) of the Regulations,
  • expenditures constituting preliminary expenditures within the meaning of Section 1.1502(f)(2) of the Regulations, and
  • expenditures in a “de minimus” amount (as defined in Section 1.150-2(f) (1) of the Regulations).

 

 

Weed Department request to go out for bids to purchase a new pickup

A motion was made by Gary to approve Weed Department’s request to go out for bids to purchase a new pickup, seconded by Duane.  Passed

Weed Department request to sell 2012 Dodge as salvage

A motion was made by Gary to approve Weed Department’s request to sell the 2012 Dodge as salvage, seconded by Duane.  Passed

Discussion:

Mr. Nygaard asked how the Weed Department is going to sell the wrecked 2012 Dodge.  Mr. Peterson replied they would go out for bids.

 

Gary moved to adjourn

Duane seconded

Meeting adjourned at 11:08

 

November 6, 2015

Special Administrative Session

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

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

Administrative Issues:

Sheriff Department’s request to purchase an aerial video unit

A motion was made by Gary to approve Sheriff Department’s request to purchase an aerial video unit from Amazon in the amount of $1,489.75, seconded by Duane.  Passed

Discussion:

Duane stated that the aerial video unit is for search and rescue and it will be takin out of the criminal investigate fund.

Appoint Mathew Azure as Assistant Deputy Coroner

A motion was made by Gary to approve Mathew Azure to be appointed as Assistant Deputy Coroner, seconded by Duane.  Passed

Annual Pay Raise for Sheriff Department’s employee Tonetta Martell

A motion was made by Gary to approve an annual raise for Sheriff Employee Tonetta Martell from Grade 2 Range 4 to Grade 2 Range 5, seconded by Duane.  Passed

Sheriff Department’s request to purchase a Safety Restraint Chair

A motion was made by Gary to approve Sheriff Department’s request to purchase a Safety Restraint Chair from Bob Barker in the amount of $1,640.00, seconded by Duane.  Passed

New Hire of Tiffany Sietsema, 911

A motion was made by Gary to approve new hire of Tiffany Sietsema to the 911 department as dispatcher as temporary status until approved by the 911 board, starting at Grade 1 Range 5, seconded by Duane.  Passed

 

Gary moved to adjourn

Duane seconded

Meeting adjourned at 4:00

 

 

November 23, 2015

Special Administrative Session

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

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

Administrative Issues:

Six month Raise for 911 Department’s employee Brandy Sutton

A motion was made by Gary to approve a six month raise for 911 employee Brandy Sutton from Grade 1 Range 5 to ½ step of Grade 1 Range 6, seconded by Duane.  Passed

 

New Hire of Dustin Darby, 911

A motion was made by Gary to approve new hire of Dustin Darby to the 911 department as a dispatcher as temporary status until approved by the 911 board, starting at Grade 1 Range 5, seconded by Duane.  Passed

New hire of Anna Rose Sullivan, Attorney

A motion was made by Gary to approve new hire of Anna Rose Sullivan to the Attorney’s Department as a Deputy Attorney, seconded by Duane.  Passed

 

Gary moved to adjourn

Duane seconded

Meeting adjourned at 10:36

 

 

 

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

-75828    GARY MACDONALD $3,012.16
-75827    LINDSEY MCNABB $2,242.44
-75826    DUANE NYGAARD $3,434.25
-75825    LAURIE EVANS $2,641.53
-75824    JERI TOAVS $3,008.95
-75823    JERRI GRIMSRUD $1,697.21
-75822    TRACI HARADA $2,445.09
-75821    PENNY HENDRICKSON $2,516.15
-75820    DAVID BLOCK $2,804.96
-75819    RENEE EGGEBRECHT $2,779.34
-75818    JENNA PRESSER $2,133.55
-75817    BETTY ROMO $3,038.99
-75816    JAMIE GILL $1,400.20
-75815    CHERYL HANSEN $3,178.46
-75814    TRACY JUVE-MIRANDA $3,334.23
-75813    LINDSEY NYGAARD $2,140.51
-75812    JAN PANKRATZ $2,391.14
-75811    TIERRA ERWIN $2,508.37
-75810    RALPH PATCH $5,969.04
-75809    DONNA REUM $3,095.20
-75808    CHRISTA WAGNER $1,966.37
-75807    BRENDA ABRAHAM $2,106.63
-75806    COLE HANKS $3,001.10
-75805    NIKKI JOHNSON $2,412.14
-75804    CRAIG KARGE $2,638.70
-75803    CHRISTINE KILSDONK $1,833.69
-75802    DANIEL SIETSEMA $2,665.52
-75801    CLAYTON VINE $3,262.13
-75800    SIBLEY JANKOVIAK $735.01
-75799    MICHELLE BARSNESS $2,452.21
-75798    VICKIE BELL $4,812.30
-75797    TARRAH POITRA $2,608.20
-75796    PATRICIA PRESSER $3,935.30
-75795    KARLA THOMPSON $3,844.63
-75794    MARY VINE $2,440.02
-75793    RON SMITH $814.02
-75792    DIANE HANSON $2,467.66
-75791    JEFF ADKINS $3,027.99
-75790    NUFRY BOYSUN $2,955.03
-75789    HARDY BRAATEN $2,595.35
-75788    DAVID COMBS $3,070.60
-75787    SCOTT DOORNEK $2,823.81
-75786    EDWARD KALAL $3,198.86
-75785    RODNEY LUFT $2,618.23
-75784    DEREK MCNABB $3,127.45
-75783    JEFF NEUBAUER $2,848.36
-75782    KENNETH NORGAARD $3,048.80
-75781    ELDON PORRAS III $2,666.21
-75780    DENNIE REUM $3,075.14
-75779    JONAH RIEDIGER $2,588.98
-75778    DAVID TOAVS $1,492.71
-75777    BRENDA WEEKS $1,329.02
-75776    WILLIAM PETERSEN $2,696.80
-75775    ANGELA MILLER $1,763.89
-75774    JULIE BACH $1,676.11
-75773    TAMARA FOSSETTA $667.44
-75772    SHERI HARVEY $1,124.37
-75771    JANET LIVINGSTON $2,105.79
-75770    PAMELA CLARK $2,366.08
-75769    GAIL NELSON $1,235.94
-75768    CAROL RASMUSSEN $2,248.65
-75767    JESSICA REDEKOPP $1,785.13
-75766    LAURA TREESE $1,703.48
-75765    JUDITH HEUPEL $2,312.31
-75764    JASON BAKER $3,088.29
-75763    STEVEN BARR JR. $2,993.59
-75762    TINA BETS HIS MEDICINE $2,406.72
-75761    WILLIAM BLACK DOG $2,689.11
-75760    LOWELL BOYD JR $3,394.83
-75759    ORIN CANTRELL $3,080.63
-75758    EUGENE CULBERTSON II $2,838.03
-75757    JASON FREDERICK $3,770.23
-75756    CURTIS HOLUM $2,976.85
-75755    DARBY KESSNER $2,964.16
-75754    FREDERICK LEE $3,249.66
-75753    TIMOTHY LINGLE $3,543.16
-75752    TONETTA MARTELL $1,840.88
-75751    CLAY MCGESHICK $3,321.59
-75750    JOSEPH MOORE $2,581.59
-75749    PATRICK O'CONNOR $2,876.25
-75748    COREY REUM $3,169.53
-75747    MARY SIMONS $1,885.03
-75746    JOHN SUMMERS $3,793.37
-75745    GAYDELLA BRUNELLE $2,094.06
-75744    CATHERINE DICKEY $2,863.29
-75743    KU'U-IKAIKA EDMUNDSON-SHOOK $2,517.00
-75742    CARLOS GARCIA $2,581.31
-75741    RACHAEL PARKER $2,366.03
-75740    BRANDY SUTTON $1,847.34
-75739    TROY BLOUNT $2,076.73
-75738    DEBRA COLLINS $2,400.19
-75737    VINCENT MACDONALD $2,330.52
-75736    JOSEPH REINHART $2,138.92
  Total Electronic $241,598.82
-75735 D-SHRF          PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREM $15,318.62
-75734 FIT             IRS/FEDERAL DEPOSIT $106,190.39
-75733 P.E.R.S.        PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREM $50,974.86
-75732 SIT             STATE TREASURER $18,030.00
   Total Deductions $190,513.87
42169    ROBIN HENDRICKSON $190.46
42170    TARRAH POITRA $132.82
42171    SUE BROESDER $1,331.68
42172    PEGGY PURVIS $2,075.36
42173    KIYO RUHD $2,529.50
42174    LIARA GRUBBS $2,129.46
42175    JORDAN KNUDSEN $4,090.48
42176    NATASHA KEMP $2,072.14
42177    MICHAEL CHRISTOFFERSEN $654.12
42178    LYNN LIEN $2,520.33
42179    ANDREA HAYES $2,759.82
42180    LORENE HINTZ $289.82
42181    VIOLETTA LINDER $1,633.27
42182    MIRACLE SPOTTED WOLF $2,511.36
42183    GLORIA GIESE $917.49
42184    VIRGINIA MCGINNIS $178.00
42185    DONNA AHNEMAN $2,561.11
42186    JAYLAN BLOUNT $1,127.78
42187    JOANN NELSON $2,131.14
42188    JEFFREY WOZNIAK $3,460.72
42189    MELVIN CLARK $3,160.76
42190    CHRISTOPHER DUNPHY $2,014.54
42191    ANDREW HOLLOM $1,937.12
42192    BRIAN NELSON $2,001.75
42193    JAMIE GILL $766.85
42194    JORDAN KNUDSEN $1,120.96
42195    DYLAN RYDER $275.38
42196    DAVID TOAVS $438.51
  Total Non-Electronic $47,012.73
42197 AFLAC           AFLAC $2,001.37
42198 AFSCME          AFSCME $468.60
42199 CHILD SUPPORT   CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMEN $502.00
42200 CHILD SUPPORT-S OFFICE OF CHILD SUPPORT $786.00
42201 COLONIAL        COLONIAL LIFE & ACCIDENT $2,618.38
42202 EBMS/FLEX FEES  EBMS $1,279.01
42203 EBMS/HEALTH INS EBMS/HEALTH INSURANCE $93,014.39
42204 HSA             WESTERN BANK $568.36
42205 JEFFERSON PILOT JEFFERSON PILOT FINANCIA $686.85
42206 PEBSCO          NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SO $340.00
42207 UNION/DEPUTIES  MONTANA TEAMSTERS/LOCAL $1,632.50
Deductions $103,897.46
Electronic $432,112.69
Non Electronic $150,910.19
Total $583,022.88

 

 

TOTAL PAYROLL WITH WORKERS COMP & UNEMPLOYMENT: $596,719.52

1000 GENERAL

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                             $86,797.50

2110 ROAD FUND

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                             $54,601.29

2130 BRIDGE FUND

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                             $20,789.88

2140 NOXIOUS WEED

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $4,045.96

2160 COUNTY FAIR FUND

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $1,507.33

2200 MOSQUITO CONTROL

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                 $20.96

2220 LIBRARY

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $9,630.63

2280 SENIOR CITIZENS

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                             $13,628.38

2290 EXTENSION SERVICE

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $3,579.60

2300 PUBLIC SAFETY

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                             $41,214.60

2360 ROOSEVELT CO MUSEUM

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                $354.66

2957 DOMESTIC PREPAREDNESS EQUIPMENT

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $4,512.26

2979 CFDC-BIOTERRORISM GRANT

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                                $118.61

4030 PUBLIC SAFETY CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                             $95,680.00

7200 RURAL FIRE DISTRICT 64

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $5,290.74

7380 WOLF POINT TV

101000 CASH/CASH EQUIVALENTS                              $2,830.50

 

 

Total:      $344,602.90

 

 

 

TOTAL CLAIMS AND PAYROLL FOR OCTOBER, 2015: $941,322.42

 

ABATEMENTS APPROVED 5350-5366

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

Clerk and Recorder                                                        $ 9,946.50

JP Wolf Point                                                               $

JP Culbertson                                                               $ 10,704.00

Clerk of District Court                                                              $ 5414.75

Sheriff                                                                           $

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

Western Bank checking interest                                   $

Western Bank STIP interest                                        $ 3,605.35

.           Western Bank Money Market                                      $ 56.09

First Community Bank interest Froid                          $

First Community Bank interest Wolf Point                  $ 386.60

Independence Bank Savings Interest                           $ 109.56

Independence Bank CDARS                                         $

Western Bank CD Interest                                                       $

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

$550.00- Rent from Joe Moore to Public Safety Fund

$21,770.19- Reimbursement from CTEP for Museum Sidewalks Roosevelt Co Museum Fund

$596.58- Oil Royalties from BBX Operating to General Fund

$298.29- Oil Royalties from BBX Operating to Public Safety Fund

$298.29- Oil Royalties from BBX Operating to Road Fund

$354.08- Oil & Gas Severance Tax to General Fund

$70,103.24- Oil & Gas Severance Tax to Road Fund

$31,213.87- Oil & Gas Severance Tax to Bridge Fund

$2,303.23- Oil & Gas Severance Tax to Noxious Weed Fund

$9,281.66- Oil & Gas Severance Tax to County Fair Fund

$8,147.23- Oil & Gas Severance Tax to Airport Fund

$8,834.76- Oil & Gas Severance Tax to Comprehensive Insurance Fund

$438.62- Oil & Gas Severance Tax to Library Fund

$9,522.29- Oil & Gas Severance Tax to Senior Citizens Fund

$7,597.21- Oil & Gas Severance Tax to Extension Service Fund

$441.08- Oil & Gas Severance Tax to Public Safety Fund

$3,540.78- Oil & Gas Severance Tax to Roosevelt County Museum

$416,500.00- Oil & Gas Severance Tax to Oil & Gas Stip Fund

$22,482.24- Oil & Gas Severance Tax to Rural Fire District 64 Fund

$17,841.40- Oil & Gas Severance Tax to Hospital 1 & 9 Fund

$22,379.10- Oil & Gas Severance Tax to Hospital 17, 64 & 65 Fund

$23,788.54- Oil & Gas Severance Tax to Hospital 3 & 45 Fund

$166,628.90 Oil & Gas Severance Tax to Elementary Retirement Fund

$123,671.19- Oil & Gas Severance Tax to High School Retirement Fund

$45,978.16- Oil & Gas Severance Tax to Transportation Elementary/ High School Fund

$133.10- Oil Royalties from Whiting Oil to General Fund

$66.55- Oil Royalties from Whiting Oil to Public Safety Fund

$66.55- Oil Royalties from Whiting Oil to Road Fund

$101.23- FY 16 County Fuel Tax Allocation to Road Fund

$8,511.74- FY 16 County Fuel Tax Allocation to Gasoline Tax Fund

$13,008.41- Oil Royalties from Oasis to General Fund

$6,504.21- Oil Royalties from Oasis to Public Safety Fund

$6,504.21- Oil Royalties from Oasis to Road Fund

$1,287.62- Oil Royalties from EOG Oil to General Fund

$643.82- Oil Royalties from EOG Oil to Public Safety Fund

$643.81- Oil Royalties from EOG Oil to Road Fund

$398.23- Oil Royalties from SM Energy to General Fund

$199.12- Oil Royalties from SM Energy to Public Safety Fund

$199.10- Oil Royalties from SM Energy to Road Fund

$67.41- Oil Royalties from Slawson Exploration to General Fund

$33.71- Oil Royalties from Slawson Exploration to Public Safety Fund

$33.70- Oil Royalties from Slawson Exploration to Road Fund

$1,491.51- Oil Royalties from Citation Oil to General Fund

$745.76- Oil Royalties from Citation Oil to Public Safety Fund

$745.75- Oil Royalties from Citation Oil to Road Fund

$1,081.26- Oil Royalties from StatOil to General Fund

$540.63- Oil Royalties from StatOil to Public Safety Fund

$540.63- Oil Royalties from StatOil to Road Fund

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

$1,033.72-- Reimbursement from City of Wolf Point for JP Secretary to General Fund

$574.22- Oil Royalties from Darrah Oil to General Fund

$287.11- Oil Royalties from Darrah Oil to Public Safety Fund

$287.10- Oil Royalties from Darrah Oil to Road Fund

$222.78- Oil Royalties from BTA Oil to General Fund

$111.39- Oil Royalties from BTA Oil to Public Safety Fund

$111.39- Oil Royalties from BTA Oil to Road Fund

$97.18- Oil Royalties from Nautilus Poplar LLC to General Fund

$48.59- Oil Royalties from Nautilus Poplar LLC to Public Safety Fund

$48.59- Oil Royalties from Nautilus Poplar LLC to Road Fund

$50.00- Road Easement from Nemont to Road Fund

$630.14- Interest on CUSIP 78658Q-BB-8 to General Fund

$2,200.00- Rent from Joe Moore to Public Safety Fund

 

 

 

 

 

_____________________________________________

Presiding Officer

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

ROOSEVELT COUNTY, MONTANA

 

ATTEST: _______________________________________

                                                COUNTY CLERK AND CLERK OF THE BOARD

                                                            OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 

 

 

 

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