County Commission Meeting Minutes
April 9, 2001
for the meeting were Commissioners Glenn Davis, Richard Baker, and Bill
with the commissioners on the regularly scheduled monthly meeting were the
elected officials, Deputy Assessor Brett Hill, Treasurer Patricia McCoy,
Prosecuting Attorney Trent Grant, Sheriff Thomas Stegelmeier, Clerk Abbie Mace
and Deputy Clerk Suzanne Bagley was present to take minutes.
Thomas Stegelmeier reported to the commissioners that Darin Blanchard stated some concerns to the
Sheriff about speed limit signs, and would also like to have the old Fall
River Road Bridge grated. Commissioners will have Road and Bridge remove the
pole, patch the hole, and see that signs are put up.
Trent Grant and City of Island Park Attorney Stephanie Bonnie will
meet to discuss the road maintenance agreement.
Attorney Trent Grant will have the personnel policy manual to the commissioners by midweek.
Patricia McCoy reported to the commissioners that payment was received from the Forest
Service for operation and maintenance only, for the sewer systems.
Mc Coy would like to confirm that Mr. Kevin Birch no longer has the contract
on the Courthouse grounds, before proceeding with another bid.
McCoy reported to commissioners on the Key Bank banking problem. Commissioners
will have Treasurer McCoy make a presentation to the bank with Fremont
McCoy asked that permission be granted for Custodian Curtis Jeppesen to
purchase filters that would provide cleaner air.
McCoy presented cancellations in the amount of $ 3,01.39.
Assessor Brett Hill reported to the commissioners on the Hartman-Taft Land
Assessor Brett Hill gave three bids on stoves, for the employee break room.
C& C Supply: $ 485.00
Stronks and Sons: $560.00.
Abbie Mace presented
several items to be addressed from District Seven Health Department.
Mace reported that the Herd District Petition is still pending.
Commissioners received information on Idaho State Tax Commission meeting to be held on May 9-10, 2001 Idaho Falls.
Forbush made a motion to help the Library in Island Park with payment on their
propane bill. Commissioner Baker did not second the motion. Commissioner Davis
made the finial decision to help with payment on their propane bill in the
amount of $ 994.30. Commissioner Glenn Davis asked that Clerk Abbie Mace set
up a meeting with the Island Park Library Board to meet and find out why funds
are so limited before issuing payment.
Gerber sent a letter to commissioners regarding the Craig Wyden Bill.
Commissioners will review this further.
Baker made a motion to accept the minutes from the previous meeting.
Commissioner Forbush seconded the motion. A voice vote was heard with all
commissioners voting in favor.
discussed the replacing of the tile on the landings of the upper floor.
Commissioner Baker made a motion to accept the tile replacement on the upper
floor. Commissioner Forbush seconded the motion. A full voice vote was heard
with all commissioners voting in favor. Clerk Mace will get three bids on the
Davis signed a Release of Local Improvement District Lien for recording.
Mace asked for permission to replace the windows in the Clerks office.
Permission was denied.
Mace reported to the commissioners that Julie Cottrell will be leaving the
Clerk’s Office to accept a job in Boise with the State, and applications
will be taken to fill this position.
before the commissioners to express his views on the Speed limit change on the
South River Road. The commissioners will review this further and inform
Debbie Adams asked to meet with commissioners in a closed session.
Commissioner Forbush made a motion to go into closed session. Commissioner
Baker seconded the motion. A voice vote was heard with all commissioners
voting in favor. One Catastrophic Assignment and three liens were presented
for signatures. Director Adams submitted a quarterly report for Indigent
Assistance. Commissioner Baker made a motion to open the session. Commissioner
Forbush seconded the motion. A voice vote was heard with all commissioners
voting in favor. Commissioner Forbush made a motion to approve Medical Claim
#M2001-20, Deny Medical Claim # M2001-22, and approve Medical Claim# M2001-06.
Commissioner Baker seconded the motion. A full voice vote was heard with all
commissioners voting in favor.
and Zoning Administrator Karen Lords and Charles Allen were present to submit names to the
commissioners for a new Planning and Zoning Member. Commissioner Forbush made a motion to appoint Rod Dalling for a
Planning and Zoning Board Member. Commissioner Baker seconded the motion. A
full voice vote was heard with all commissioners voting in favor.
Commissioners signed a Proclamation declaring international Building Safety Week April 8-14, 2001.
Patricia McCoy and Deputy Assessor Brett Hill were present before
the commissioners to report the findings for the year 2000 Idaho Board of Tax
Appeals. Treasurer Patricia McCoy stated that there are 21 Parcels and over $
3,333.00 in cancellations.
Road and Bridge Supervisor Weldon Reynolds submitted his report to the commissioners. Commissioner Forbush made a motion to purchase a CAT roller with cab. Commissioner Baker seconded the motion. A full 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 23, 2001.
at St. Anthony, Idaho, this Ninth day of April 2001.