September 28. 2009
Commissioner Spicer, Commissioner Mayo, and Commissioner Thurlow were present at a regular meeting beginning at 8:30 a.m. Minutes were approved as printed.
Stephen McAnally, County Appraiser, met with the Board to discuss the cost of the expenses of the Orion Program. A payment o f $76.30 will be paid to the Kansas Department of Revenue for the Final Value Review Program Enhancement. Also the licensing cost for nine computers in the Courthouse will be $1,134.
Nicole Shaddix, Civic Plus, contacted the Commissioners by phone to discuss the website proposal that was presented. After several items were discussed the Board requested a revised proposal to be worked up and to contact them within a month.
Sharon Brown, Clay Center Mayor and Cheryl Beatty, City Administrator, met with the Board. Pam Kemp, EMS Director, joined the meeting. The City asked if they could borrow one of the GPS cameras that the County has received from Homeland Security to log all street signs, city owned buildings and utility man hole covers located within the city limits. Permission was granted for the use of possibly two cameras for 6 month to a year unless they are needed within the County Departments.
Pam Kemp, EMS Director, met with the Board. A report on the GIS Project within the County was given. GIS and GPS training for responders will begin within the next month. Permission was granted to apply for the Emergency Management Performance Grant for the Federal Fiscal Year 2010.
Chuck Dunn, Sheriff, presented the contract with the Kansas Department of Transportation for the Highway Safety Projects. This agreement is so that the County can be reimbursed for the overtime that is spent with programs like Click It or Ticket. Commissioner Spicer signed the agreement.
Steve Liby, Highway Administrator, reported to the Board that his department is trying to get all of the roads worked and rock hauled where needed to get ready for the upcoming harvest. Also equipment was discussed.
Dana Rickley, County Health Administrator, met with the Board. Chairman Spicer signed a contract between The Kansas Department of Health and Environment and Clay County Health Department for Emergency Preparedness for the H1N1 Flu. Clay County will receive $13,916 to help with this expense. Mrs. Rickley reported that she plans to purchase a new cold storage to help with the supplies for mass vaccinations.
The Board adjourned at 12:20 p.m.
Michael W. Spicer Kayla Wang, County Clerk