September 10, 2001
Present for the meeting were Commissioners Glenn Davis, Richard Baker, and Bill Forbush.
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.
Stegelmeier gave the commissioners three bids for a new car:
- $ 21,155.00
Madison Ford - $ 22,999.00
Monte Wight- $ 20,669.92
bids would be for the 2002 budget year. This would be for three new vehicles.
Forbush made a motion to purchase three vehicles from Monte Wight.
Commissioner Baker seconded the motion. A full voice vote was heard with all
commissioners voting in favor.
Stegelmeier will look into affordable housing for the Island Park deputies.
Ivel Burrell read a
letter from IAC regarding proposed legislation on a new tax.
Ivel Burrell notified commissioners that the State Board of Tax appeals is set
for September 25, 2001 and October 4, 2001 in the commissioner’s office.
Ivel Burrell asked that Darrin Gage be granted property homeowners exemptions
due to an error. Commissioners agreed that this would be acceptable.
Attorney Trent Grant reported
to the commissioners that he would write a letter to Lee Staker regarding some
lease information on the cell tower.
Attorney Trent Grant presented to the commissioners an order creating the
Squirrel Herd District for the commissioners to review and sign.
Treasurer J'lene Cherry gave cancellations for the month of August in the amount of $ 37.52.
Abbie Mace reported
to commissioners that two items were needed for the IAC auction. Any funds
from these auction items are donated to the Charles Nickel IAC Scholarship
Clerk Mace gave commission chairman Glenn Davis the order to sign creating the Squirrel Herd District.
Glenn Davis signed the Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law on the Eagle’s
Nest Subdivision Preliminary Plat Appeal.
Glenn Davis signed a Release of Local Improvement District Lien
Baker made a motion t to accept the minutes from the previous meeting.
Commissioner Forbush seconded the motion. A full voice vote was heard with all
commissioners voting in favor.
Mace received the contract from Schiess & Associates for the commissioners
to review. Attorney Trent Grant will review this further before the
commissioner sign. Commissioner Baker made a motion to sign the contract after
it has been reviewed by the
chose Skinner Fawcett for Bond Council for the Waste Water upgrade treatment
at Last Chance.
Galbraith and Bob Cook appeared before the commissioners concerning the Robin Circle Road at
Henry’s Fork Village in Island Park. The residents would like this dust
abatement on this road. This is a private road, and the individuals would
reimburse the County for the use of the machine and materials.
Services Director Debbie Adams asked
to meet with commissioners in closed session. Commissioner Baker made a motion
to go into closed session. Commissioner Forbush seconded the motion. A full
voice vote was heard with all commissioners voting in favor. Commissioners
Davis declared the meeting open. Commissioners
signed two new liens. Commissioner Forbush made a motion to approve case #
M2001-46, approve case # G2001-123, and approve case # G2001-128. Commissioner
Baker seconded the motion. A full voice vote was heard with all commissioners
voting in favor.
the Forest Service appeared before the commissioners to discuss the payment
for the sewer in Island Park. Mr. Jack Haddox asked that the County give the
Forest Service a statement and the bill will be taken care of. In the future
the LID payment will need to be taken care of, and then an agreement would
need to come into place.
James Financial Services – Chris Moore and Mark Young appeared
before the commissioners to talk about Industrial Development Bonding. Mr.
Mark Young talked about industrial revenue bonding. This must be used strictly
for an industrial business. Mr. Young will get a package put together and
return it to the commissioners regarding some of the service that are offered.
Herring, who appeared on behalf of Lori Deaton, Adrianne Keller, and Kay Olpin, appeared before the commissioners on behalf of the Forest Service to discuss
the Lori Deaton property concerns that deal with some building code issues on
the Dean Neilson, The Calls and Lori Deaton properties. Kay Olpin will get the
necessary paperwork to have this building declared a historic building. Building Inspector Charlie Allen asked that commissioners require a
structural engineer to come in and make sure that it is structurally sound and
Davis asked Adrianne Keller if any housing would be available for one of the
Deputies in Island Park. Adrianne Keller will keep in touch with commissioners
to see if any housing would be available.
Keller discussed the possibility for a new EMS building in Island Park as far
as the Forrest Service is concerned. Adrianne Keller asked that we use another
alternative rather than Forest Service ground which would require a special
being no further business to come before this Board the meeting was recessed
until the next regularly scheduled meeting to be held on September 24, 2001.
at St. Anthony, Idaho, this tenth day of September 2001.