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MARION COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS FIRST DAY JANUARY 02, 2018 The Marion County Board of Supervisors met January 02, 2018, for their annual organizational meeting with Craig Agan, Steve Mc Combs, and Mark Raymie present. Unless otherwise indicated, all of the motions offered at this meeting were carried with the following vote:Ê Ayes: Agan, Mc Combs, and RaymieÊ Nays: none.Ê Abstentions: none. Absent: none Jake Grandia, Marion County Auditor, called the meeting to order at 9:00 A.M. Grandia then entertained motions for Chairman of the Marion County Board of Supervisors for the year of 2018. Agan moved and Mc Combs seconded for approval of Mark Raymie as 2018 Marion County Board of Supervisor Chairman with authorization to sign for Official County Business. Chairman Raymie then assumed leadership of the meeting. 2. Mc Combs moved and Raymie seconded for approval of Craig Agan as 2018 Vice-Chairman of the Marion County Board of Supervisors with authorization to sign for Official County Business. 3. Agan moved and Mc Combs seconded the official meetings of the Board of Supervisors be set for the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month at 9:00 A.M. 4. Agan moved and Mc Combs seconded to approve the Pella Chronicle and Journal Express Official County Newspapers for public notices. 5. Mc Combs moved and Agan seconded to approve Resolution 2018-01 authorizing maximum depository thresholds as follows: RESOLVED, that the Marion County Board of Supervisors of Marion County in Marion County, Iowa, approves the following list of financial institutions to be depositories of the Marion County funds in conformance with all applicable provisions of Iowa Code Chapters 452 and 453 (1983), as amended by 1984 Iowa Acts, S.F. 2220. The Named Offices and Officers is hereby authorized to deposit the Marion County funds in amounts not to exceed the maximum approved for each respective financial institution as set out below. DEPOSITORY NAME, LOCATION OF HOME OFFICE MAXIMUM BALANCE IN EFFECT UNDER PRIOR RESOLUTION MAXIMUM BALANCE IN EFFECT UNDER THIS RESOLUTION County Auditor Wells Fargo Bank Iowa N.A. M.C. Emp Acct. Knoxville 50,000 50,000 County Auditor Wells Fargo Bank Iowa N.A. M.C. Dental Insurance Acct Knoxville 100,000 100,000 County Auditor Iowa State Savings Bank Eureka Cemetery Trust Knoxville 5,000 5,000 County Auditor Iowa State Savings Bank M.C. Fully Fund Health Ins Knoxville 250,000 250,000 County Auditor Iowa State Savings Bank M.C. Vision Insurance Acct Knoxville 50,000 50,000 County Recorder Wells Fargo Bank Iowa N.A. Knoxville 100,000 100,000 County Recorder Iowa State Savings Bank Knoxville 30,000 30,000 County Recorder Wells Fargo Bank Iowa N.A. Vitals Knoxville 15,000 15,000 County Sheriff Iowa State Bank Knoxville 1,252,000 1,252,000 County Treasurer Iowa State Savins Bank Knoxville 16,000,000 16,000,000 County Treasurer State Bank of Bussey Bussey 1,000,000 1,000,000 County Treasurer Wells Fargo Bank Iowa N.A. Knoxville 16,000,000 16,000,000 County Treasurer US Bank Pella 500,000 500,000 County Treasurer Marion County State Bank Pella 8,000,000 8,000,000 County Treasurer Peoples Bank Pleasantville 2,000,000 2,000,000 County Treasurer Leighton State Bank Pella 2,000,000 2,000,000 County Treasurer Midwest One Pella 14,000,000 16,000,000 County Treasurer Iowa State Savings Bank DOT Knoxville 250,000 250,000 County Treasurer Edwards Jones Investments Knoxville 1,000,000 1,000,000 County Extension Iowa State Savings Bank Knoxville 175,000 175,000 County Sheriff Commisary Iowa State Savings Bank Knoxville 25,000 50,000 County Conservation Board On-line Reservations Iowa State Savings Bank Knoxville 250,000 250,000 CERTIFICATION. I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a resolution of the Marion County Board of Supervisors adopted at a meeting of said public body, duly called and held on the 2nd day of January 2018, a quorum being present, as said resolution remains of record in the minutes of said meeting, and it is now in full force and effect. Dated this 2nd day of January 2018. 6. Mc Combs moved and Agan seconded to approve Farm-to-Market Resolution 2018-02 as follows: Be It Resolved by the Board of Supervisors of Marion County, Iowa, that Tyler Christian, the County Engineer of Marion County, Iowa, be and is hereby designated, authorized, and empowered on behalf of the Board of Supervisors of said County to execute the certification of completion of work and final acceptance thereof in accordance with plans and specifications in connection with all Farm-to-Market and Federal or State aid construction projects in this county. 7. Mc Combs moved and Agan seconded the approval of the following 2018 Official Holidays as listed for the County as follows: January 1, 2018, Monday New Years Day February 19, 2018, Monday PresidentÕs Day May 28, 2018, Monday Memorial Day July 4, 2018, Wednesday Independence Day September 3, 2018, Monday Labor Day November 12, 2018, Monday VeteranÕs Day (11th) November 22, 2018, Thursday Thanksgiving Day November 23, 2018, Friday Friday After Thanksgiving December 24, 2018, Monday Christmas Eve December 25, 2018, Tuesday Christmas Day Floating Day *NOTE* The regular BOS session for December 25, 2018 will be moved to WEDNESDAY December 26, 2018* 8. Agan moved and Mc Combs seconded Steve Edwards be reappointed as Marion County A.D.A. Coordinator for 2018 and will be compensated at the same level as the previous year. ($2,000 per year). 9. Agan moved and Mc Combs seconded to approve Resolution 2018-03 Marion County Sheriff deputy officer appointments as follows: Whereas, it is in the best interest to the citizens of Marion County for the sheriffÕs office to keep the peace and provide public safety, and; Whereas, the Code of Iowa has established the rules and procedures of carrying out the powers and duties of the sheriff, and; Whereas, the Code of Iowa allows for the appointment of sheriff deputies to assist in executing the powers and duties of the sheriff, Now, Therefore Be It Resolved by the Marion County, Iowa Board of Supervisors, for the benefit of all Marion County Citizens, that the following be appointed Marion County Sheriff Deputies: 63-1, Sheriff, Jason Sandholdt 63-2, Chief Deputy, Troy Fisher 63-3, Lieutenant, Andrew Schuchhardt 63-4, Deputy, Samuel Pitt 63-5, Lieutenant, Justin Kingrey 63-6, Deputy, Jake Smith 63-7, Deputy, DJ Reed 63-8, Lieutenant, Brian P. Bigaouette 63-9, Deputy, Gabrielle Johnson 63-10, Deputy, Isaac Short 63-11, Deputy, Derek Lanser 63-12, Deputy, Troy Bouma 63-13, Deputy, Reed Kious? 63-14, Deputy, Nicholas Gilchrist 63-15, Deputy, Trey Pottorff 63-16, Deputy, Seth Norton 63-17, Part-Time Office Deputy, Charles Puyear 63-18, Part-Time Office Deputy, Don DeKock 10. Mc Combs moved and Agan seconded to approve Resolution 2018-04 Marion County Sheriff reserve peace officer appointments as follows: Whereas, it is in the best interest to the citizens of Marion County for the SheriffÕs Office to keep the peace and provide public safety, and; Whereas, the Code of Iowa has established the rules and procedures for the establishment of a force of reserve peace officers, NOW, Therefore Be It Resolved by the Marion County, Iowa Board of Supervisors, for the benefit of all Marion County Citizens, that the following be approved as appointed Marion County SheriffÕs Reserve Peace Officers: Kevin Hoch Joe Ferguson Blaine Lefer Pat Zeimet Lee Clanton Dave Bingham Jason S. Ford Isaiah Roth Sebastian Sikora Jeff Lubben Joseph Rasmusson Cody Rankin Melvin Schone Valerie Green Bruce Lefler Chase Brown Jason Ryan Dustin Anderson 11. Mc Combs moved and Agan seconded to approve Resolution 2018-05 naming 2018 Marion County Sheriff as the authorized administrator of the County Law Enforcement Center as follows: Whereas, it is in the best interest to the citizens of Marion County to provide for the detention and or confinement of persons charged or convicted of offences as defined by the authority of the court, and; Whereas, the Code of Iowa has established the rules and procedures of carrying out the powers and duties of the sheriff in regards to jails and their use as prisons, Now, Therefore Be It Resolved by the Marion County, Iowa Board of Supervisors, for the benefit of all Marion County Citizens, that the Marion County Sheriff Jason Sandholdt be approved as the appointed person in charge of the custody of the prisoners and the county jail as provided and defined in the Code of Iowa. 12. Mc Combs moved and Agan seconded to approve Resolution 2018-06 appointment of SheriffÕs Civil Process Server Ð Patty De Heer as follows: Whereas, it is in the best interest to the citizens of Marion County for the SheriffÕs Office to keep the peace and provide public safety, and; for the greater efficiency and for better service to the Citizens of Marion County and, Whereas, the code of Iowa has established the rules and procedures of carrying out the powers and duties of the Sheriff, and, Whereas, the Code of Iowa, 331.903 allows for the appointment of a SheriffÕs Civil Process Server to assist in executing the powers and duties of the Sheriff, and, Whereas, the Marion County SheriffÕs Office has a non-sworn civilian heading the Civil Division, NOW, Therefore Be It Resolved by the Marion County, Iowa Board of Supervisors, for the benefit of all Marion County Citizens, that the following SheriffÕs Office Employees be immediately approved as appointed Marion County SheriffÕs Civil Process Servers for the purpose of serving court related and civil paperwork, and presiding over SheriffÕs Sales, according to the guidelines set by Iowa Code and Iowa Rules of Civil Procedures, to the intended recipient(s) when present at the SheriffÕs Office and in the event that a Certified SheriffÕs Deputy is unavailable. Patty De Heer 13. Agan moved and Mc Combs seconded to approve Resolution 2018-07 appointment of Sheriff Civil Process Servers Ð Jailers, as follows: Whereas, it is in the best interest to the citizens of Marion County for the SheriffÕs Office to keep the peace and provide public safety, and; for the greater efficiency and for better service to the Citizens of Marion County and, Whereas, the code of Iowa has established the rules and procedures of carrying out the powers and duties of the Sheriff, and, Whereas, the Code of Iowa, 331.903 allows for the appointment of a SheriffÕs Civil Process Server to assist in executing the powers and duties of the Sheriff, and, Whereas, the Marion County SheriffÕs Office has non-sworn civilians employed in the Jail Division, NOW, Therefore Be It Resolved by the Marion County, Iowa Board of Supervisors, for the benefit of all Marion County Citizens, that the following list of current full-time Jailers be approved as appointed Marion County SheriffÕs Civil Process Servers for the purpose of serving court related papers to inmates being held in the Marion County Jail effective immediately. Valarie Kuiper Jeff Lubben Vicki Johnston Natividad Everly Isaiah Roth Michael Fay Robert Woodle Evan Gladfelter Corlissa Lawler 14. Agan moved and Mc Combs seconded that Tyler Christian, Marion County Engineer be appointed as Marion CountyÕs Designated County Representative for Federal D.O.T. drug and alcohol testing. 15. Agan moved and Mc Combs seconded to approve Resolution 2018-08 Ð 2018 Construction Evaluation (Master Matrix) resolution relating to the construction of confinement feeding operations as follows: Whereas, Iowa Code section 459.304(3) sets out the procedure if a board of supervisors wishes to adopt a Òconstruction evaluation resolutionÓ relating to the construction of a confinement feeding operation structure; and Whereas, only counties that have adopted a construction evaluation resolution can submit to the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) an adopted recommendation to approve or disapprove a construction permit application regarding a proposed confinement feeding operation structure; and Whereas, only counties that have adopted a construction evaluation resolution and submitted an adopted recommendation may contest the DNRÕs decision regarding a specific application; and Whereas, by adopting a construction evaluation resolution the board of supervisors agrees to evaluate every construction permit application for a proposed confinement feeding operation structure received by the board of supervisors between February 1, 2018 and January 31, 2019 and submit an adopted recommendation regarding that application to the DNR; and Whereas, the board of supervisors must conduct an evaluation of every construction permit application using the master matrix created in Iowa Code section 459.305, but the boardÕs recommendation to the DNR may be based on the final score on the master matrix or may be based on reasons other than the final score on the master matrix; Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved By The Board Of Supervisors Of Marion County that the Board of Supervisors hereby adopts this construction evaluation resolution pursuant to Iowa Code section 459.304(3). 16. Mc Combs moved and Agan seconded to approve the following appointments: 2018 Marion County Compensation (Condemnation) Commissioners Ð terms ending 12/31/2018 Owner/Operator, Agriculture Property Kay Harsin Henry Bensink Marion Dykstra Mike Veenstra Owners of City or Town Property Don Long Merle Vickroy Glenn Borgman Al Van Zee Rick Hurt Jim Kingery Licensed Real Estate Brokers Mary Van Wyk Randy Chambers Carla Karns John Franey Henry Wynja Mike Larson Gerald Dowell Doug Van Zee People Having Knowledge of Property Values Kim Hansen Anthony Shultz Kevin Van Wyk Phillip Myers John Jensen Karyn Renaud Jerry Van Wyk 17. Agan moved and Mc Combs seconded to approve Dr. Earl Mc Keever as Chief Medical Examiner for 2018 and Dr. Michael Van Natta as the Deputy Chief Medical Examiner. 18. Mc Combs moved and Raymie seconded to approve Resolution 2018-09 Central Iowa Regional Housing Authority (CIRHA) appointment as follows: Whereas, the County of Marion, Iowa, has considered and adopted a Resolution declaring the need for a Housing Authority in the County of Marion, Iowa, said Resolution #96/04, dated February 12, 1996, and, Whereas, the County of Marion, Iowa, has adopted the Articles of Agreement creating the Central Iowa Regional Housing Authority (CIRHA), dated February 12, 1980, and; Whereas, each member government shall have one Representative and one Alternate to CIRHA to serve for a term of three years, and: Whereas, such Representative and Alternate shall be appointed by the Chairperson with the approval of the local governing body. Now, Therefore Be It Resolved, pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 28E, Code of Iowa, 1981, and by virtue of our office, we hereby approve the ChairpersonÕs appointment of the persons hereinafter named to serve as Representative and Alternate to CIRHA, representing this County and to serve for the number of years appearing, as specified above, respectfully, from this day January 2, 2018. 1.) Representative: Craig Agan 2.) Alternate Representative: NA 19. Agan moved and Raymie seconded to approve Resolution 2018-10 Central Iowa Regional Transportation Planning Alliance (CIRTPA) appointments as follows: Whereas, Marion County, Iowa, is a member of the Central Iowa Regional Transportation Planning Alliance (CIRTPA), as organized under Iowa Code Chapter 28E; and Whereas, annually the Central Iowa Regional Transportation Planning Alliance requests its member governments appoint or re-appoint, by resolution, persons to represent that member government on the CIRTPA Transportation Policy Committee (TPC) and on the CIRTPA Transportation Technical Committee (TCC). Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved, that Marion County, Iowa, hereby appoints the following persons to serve as its 2018 representatives: CIRTPA- Transportation Policy, Steve McCombs CIRTPA- Transportation Policy (Alt), Tyler Christian CIRTPA-Technical Committee, Tyler Christian CIRTPA-Technical Committee (Alt), Jay Davis 20. Agan moved and Raymie seconded to approve Resolution 2018-11 Ð 2018 South Central Iowa Cedar Creek Watershed Management Authority appointments as follows: It is Hereby Resolved, by the Board of Supervisors of Marion County, Iowa that Steve McCombs be designated to serve on the South Central IA Cedar Creek Watershed WMA Board of Directors as the chief Representative and Tyler Christian be designated as the Alternate in the absence of the Chief Representative. This appointment shall serve a one-year or consecutive term(s) as determined by their governing bodies annually beginning January 1st. 21. Mc Combs moved and Agan seconded to appoint Tyler Christian as 2018 Marion County Flood Plain Administrator. 22. Mc Combs moved and Agan seconded to approve Marion County Memorial Hall Commissioners list as presented with a term ending 12/31/2020: Memorial Hall Commissions - Pella, Simons, Paul, 12/31/2020 Memorial Hall Commissions - Pella, Naaktgeboren, Alan, 12/31/2020 Memorial Hall Commissions - Pella, Smid, Doug, 12/31/2020 Memorial Hall Commissions - Pella, Van Kooten, Delmar, 12/31/2020 Memorial Hall Commissions - Pella, Van Hal, Gerrit, 12/31/2018 Memorial Hall Commissions - Pella, Toom, Larry, 12/31/2018 Memorial Hall Commissions - Knoxville, Spaur, Jack, 12/31/2020 Memorial Hall Commissions - Knoxville, Hudson, Gary, 12/31/2020 Memorial Hall Commissions - Knoxville, Reed, Dick, 12/31/2020 Memorial Hall Commissions - Knoxville, Foster, Terry, 12/31/2018 Memorial Hall Commissions - Knoxville, McDonald, Ed, 12/31/2018 Memorial Hall Commissions - Knoxville, vacant Appointed @ BOS 3 year terms 23. Agan moved and Mc Combs seconded to approve the appointments to Boards and Commissions for 2018 as listed: 5th Judicial District Advisory Board Mark Raymie Heart of Iowa Regional Transit Agency (HIRTA) Steve Mc Combs Heart of Iowa Regional Transit Agency (HIRTA) - Alternate Mark Raymie Impact Community Action Program Craig Agan Aging Resources of Central Iowa Craig Agan FEMA Advisory Board Mark Raymie Emergency Management Commission Mark Raymie Emergency Management Commission - Alternate Steve Mc Combs Heartland Resource Conservation &Development Craig Agan Board of Health Mark Raymie Des Moines River Greenbelt Commission Craig Agan Dept. of Justice-Courthouse Security Advisory Board Mark Raymie Child Welfare Decategorization Program-Exec. Board Steve Mc Combs Whitebreast Watershed Assoc. Craig Agan Raymie, Mark Camp Creek Watershed Authority Steve Mc Combs Pella Planning and Zoning Commission Craig Agan E-911 Board Mark Raymie E-911 Board - Alternate Jason Sandholdt South Central Iowa Solid Waste Agency Craig Agan South Central Iowa Solid Waste Agency - Alternate Mark Raymie CIRTPA - Transportation Policy Steve Mc Combs CIRTPA - Transportation Policy (alt) Tyler Christian CIRTPA - Technical Committee Tyler Christian CIRTPA - Technical Committee (alt) Jay Davis Early Childhood Iowa Steve Mc Combs Central Iowa Regional Housing Authority Craig Agan Central Iowa Regional Housing Authority (alt) vacant Marion County Courthouse Security Committee Mark Raymie Workforce Investment Region 11: Chief Elected Official Board Craig Agan IRVM Committee Steve Mc Combs South Central IA Cedar Creek Watershed Management Authority Steve Mc Combs South Central IA Cedar Creek Watershed Management Authority Tyler Christian CROSS Mental Health Region Board Mark Raymie Marion County Opioid Task Force Mark Raymie 24. Mc Combs moved and Raymie seconded to approve Resolution 2018-12, 2018 Marion County Employee Mileage Reimbursement rate as follows: Whereas it has been the policy of Marion County to pay mileage at the rate of 53.5 cents per mile and, Whereas said rate is no longer reflective of the actual cost of vehicle operation, Now, Therefore Be It Resolved, By The Marion County Board Of Supervisors that beginning for mileage driven on or after January 1, 2018, the mileage rate paid by Marion County is hereby increased to 54.5 cents per mile. 25. Agan moved and Mc Combs seconded to approve Resolution 2018-13 Marion County Employee Health Insurance premiums (ACA fee reinstated) as follows: Whereas, the health insurance providerÕs fee under the Affordable Care Act is reinstated in 2018, and Whereas, Marion CountyÕs fully insured health insurance premiums effective January 1, 2018 need to be adjusted accordingly, Now Therefore Be It Resolved, that the proposed ÒHealth Insurance PremiumsÓ for Marion County be approved, effective January 1, 2018, as follows: WELLMARK SINGLE AND FAMILY PLAN COSTS Health Plan Total Premium Marion County Pays Employee Pays Alliance Select PPO (Plan A) Employee $589,31 $559.84 $29.47 Family $1395.56 $1074.59 $320.97 Blue Advantage HMO (Plan B) Employee $537.04 $510.19 $26.85 Family $1264.89 $973.97 $290.92 26. Mc Combs moved and Agan seconded to move into Closed Session pursuant to Iowa Code Chapter 21.5(1)(j). 27. Mc Combs moved and Agan seconded to reconvene from Closed Session. 28. Agan moved and Mc Combs seconded to direct the County Auditor and County Attorney to advertise the sale of the County Care Facility in local newspapers. The ad is to follow Resolution language and not to exceed $5000.00 There being no other business Agan moved and Mc Combs seconded the meeting be adjourned. Meeting adjourned 11:02 A.M. Danielle Graves, Deputy Auditor Mark Raymie, Chairman Board of Supervisors
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