County Commission Meeting Minutes
March 26, 2001
for the meeting were Commissioners Glenn Davis, Richard Baker, and Bill Forbush.
The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. Commissioner Forbush
made a motion to accept Commissioners Minutes and the Bills from the previous
meeting. Commissioner Baker seconded the motion. A voice vote was heard with all
commissioners voting in favor.
with the commissioners on the regularly scheduled monthly meeting were the
elected officials, Assessor Ivel Burrell, Deputy Treasurer J’lene Cherry,
Prosecuting Attorney Trent Grant, Sheriff Thomas Stegelmeier, Clerk Abbie Mace
and Deputy Clerk Suzanne Bagley was present to take minutes.
Attorney Trent Grant will have a finalized copy of the personnel manual to the
commissioners by next week.
Dale P. Thompson submitted a petition for a quiet title to Prosecuting Attorney Trent Grant to submit and review by commissioners on a piece of land located in the Lambert Addition.
Abbie Mace received a letter from the City of Island Park stating that a parcel
of land has been annexed, without any notification to the County.
Court Administrator Burton Butler faxed a proposal for a joint Court
Supervisor Butch Nagle submitted a proposal for a compactor at the landfill.
Commissioners will discuss this further.
Davis will represent the commissioners at the meeting on the Twin Groves Canal.
Mace advised the commissioners on an Advisory Board Manual received at meetings
in Boise. Clerk Mace will set up training and manuals for each department.
Mace asked commissioners to sign the release for the LID liens.
Mace received a bid from High Country Glass for $ 1,649.73 on the
& I Construction $ 12,237.45
Thompson Construction $ 12,160.00
H & H Builders $ 8,500.00
Layle Cherry $ 7945.00
Forbush made a motion to hire H & H Construction for the commissioner’s
remodel. Commissioner Baker did not second the motion, but made a motion to hire
Layle Cherry. Chairman Glenn Davis made the final decision to hire H &
reviewed the Handy Man applications. Commissioner Forbush made a motion to hire
Layle Cherry. Commissioner Baker did not second the motion, but made a motion to
hire Daris Richards. Chairman Glenn Davis made the finial decision to hire Daris
Jensen will be here on April 19, 2001 to discuss the disbursement of PERSI
Thomas Stegelmeier received a couple of bids on the shower, and would like to
award the bid to the Work Camp. Commissioner Baker made a motion to accept the
Work Camp to replace the showers in the jail. Commissioner Forbush seconded the motion. A
voice vote was heard with all commissioners voting in favor. Sheriff Stegelmeier
asked for permission to install a lock and some electricity at the Stud Mill.
Ivel Burrell reported on the completion of winter training for the Assessors
Office. Employees Diane Abegglen, Kathy Thompson and Felicia Pierotti completed
Course 1 Mapping. Bonnie Moore completed Advanced Arc View and Assessor Ivel
Burrell completed a workshop on Depreciation Analysis, Machinery and Equipment
Advanced Concepts, and Appraising Waterfront Property.
Treasurer Cherry asked about tile being replaced on the two upper levels.
and Zoning: Administrator Karen Lords, Attorney Penny Stanford, and Surveyor Rick Byrem were
present before the commissioners with a Development Agreement to be signed by
the commissioners that was received from Dr. Bowden regarding Eagle’s Nest
Patricia McCoy suggested to the commissioners that biding on the Waresmith
Property be started at $14,373.93. Clerk Mace conducted the auction. The
Waresmith Property was sold at public auction to Mr. Paul Potter for $ 5,000.00
payable to the Treasures Office.
Rydalch submitted a Noxious Weed Control Agreement to the commissioners for
approval. Commissioners have asked Mr. Dave Rydalch to put together a surplus
sale for this spring.
Debbie Adams reviewed with commissioners indigent death proposals submitted by
Flamm and Bidwell Funeral Homes. Commissioner Baker made a motion to go into
executive session. Commissioner Forbush seconded the motion. A voice vote was
heard with all commissioners voting in favor. Presented before the commissioners
for signatures were one release of a lien, one Catastrophic Health Care
Assignment, and two orders of reimbursement. Commissioners reviewed indigent
Case # G2001-74, Case # M2001-25, Case # M2001-11, Case # M2001-26.Commissioner
Davis opened the closed session. Commissioner Baker made a motion to accept Case
#G2001-74, Case # M2001-25, Case # M2001-11, and Deny Case #
G2001-26.Commissioner Forbush seconded the motion. A voice vote was heard with
all commissioners voting in favor.
and Zoning: Administrator Karen Lords and Building Inspector Charles Allen presented a
proposed new table of Zoning Fees. A public hearing will be held before any
Defense: Director Bill Wuthrick presented to the commissioners an emergency evacuation
plan that has been adopted from Clark County and would like to see Fremont
County also adopt a similar plan. Mr. Bill Wuthrick will be conducting emergency
evacuation classes to each of the departments within the county during the
months of March and April.
Matters: Commissioner Baker made a motion to go into closed session. Commissioner Forbush
seconded the motion. A voice vote was heard with all commissioners voting in
favor. Personnel issues were discussed.
Medical Services: Director
Mary Lou Davis asked the commissioners about land in Island Park for the ambulance. Director
Mary Lou Davis would like to have permission to trade the old ambulance for
E.M.T. training. Permission was granted. The Island Park E.M.T. class will be
ready to test in April.
Fremont County Commissioners met Monday, March 26, 2001, 3:30 p.m., Fremont
County Courthouse, 151 West First North, St. Anthony, Idaho, for the purpose of
hearing public comments regarding a proposed fee increase at the Fremont County
Golf Course. Commissioner Davis declared this an open meeting to the public.
Parks and Recreation Director Tamra Cikaitoga and Golf Course Manager Frank Mackert were on hand to answer any questions from the public. Commissioner Baker made a motion to adopt the rate increases for the Golf Course. Commissioner Forbush seconded the motion. A voice vote was heard with all commissioners voting in favor.
Burrell & Brett Hill: Commissioner
Forbush made a motion to go into closed session to discuss personnel
Commissioner Baker seconded. A voice vote was heard with all commissioners
voting in favor.
being no further business to come before this Board, the meeting was recessed
until the next regularly scheduled meeting to be held on April 9, 2001.
at St. Anthony, Idaho, this 26th day of March, 2001.