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Date: February 06, 2017

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Agenda

NOTICE AND CALL OF BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETING

GOVERNMENTAL BODY: CARROLL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

DATE OF MEETING: Monday February 6, 2017

TIME OF MEETING: 9:00 p.m. D.S.T.

PLACE OF MEETING: SUPERVISORS MEETING ROOM-COURTHOUSE

PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the above-mentioned body will meet at the date, time, and place above set out. The tentative agenda for said meeting is as follows:

Pledge of Allegiance
Call to order
Approval of Agenda
Approval of Minutes
Old Business/New Business

  1. Discuss County Home Zoning Issues
  2. Attorney FY18 Budget Review
  3. Conservation FY18 Budget Review
  4. Authorize Board Chair to sign Farm Leases
  5. Home Care Aides FY18 Budget Review
  6. Case Management FY18 Budget Review
  7. Treasurer FY18 Budget Review
  8. Environmental Health FY18 Budget Review
  9. Ambulance FY18 Budget Review
  10. Recorder FY18 Budget Review
  11. Approve Plat(s)
  12. Approve Interfund Transfer Resolution
  13. Approve 2016 Salaries for Publication
  14. Discuss FY18 Non-Profit Funding
  15. Manure Management Annual Updates:
    1. Scott & Darlys Halbur, Section 7, Iowa Township, Audubon County
  16. Committee Reports

Comments from those in attendance

Minutes

The Board of Supervisors of Carroll County, Iowa met in regular adjourned session in the Boardroom of the Courthouse, in Carroll, Iowa, the County seat of said County on Monday, February 6, 2017 at 9:00 a.m. Central Standard Time pursuant to law, the rules of said Board and to the adjournment with all members present: Neil Bock, District 1; Dean Schettler, District 2; Eugene Meiners, District 3; Marty Danzer, District 4; and Richard Ruggles, District 5.

Motion by Bock, second by Danzer to approve the agenda as presented. On roll call, all voted aye. Motion by Ruggles, second by Schettler to approve the minutes of the January 30, 2017 meeting as written. On roll call, all voted aye.

Board discussed the County Home zoning issues. Mike Pogge-Weaver, Carroll City Manager explained two issues that the City has. The A-P overlay zoning district requires a minimum parcel size of 20 acres. It is proposed that a new 7 to 8 acre parcel be created for the County Home transfer. While a variance could be sought, since the property currently sits on a conforming 21 acre parcel and the variance is more than 60% of the minimum parcel size, a variance seems inappropriate. The second issue, a nursing home use is not permitted use in the A-2 zoning district. The City of Carroll staff believes that Mallard View was a legal non-conforming use. As a legal non-conforming use, the use can continue. However, the building could not be expanded and if the building would be destroyed by 60% or more it could not be rebuilt. Pogge-Weaver feels that completing a zoning text amendment to the A-2 zoning district allows “Hospitals, sanitariums, rest homes, convalescent home, or similar institutions that are connected and served by City of Carroll public water and sanitary sewer systems” a principal permitted use. Following discussion, motion by Meiners, second by Ruggles to draft letter to the City of Carroll requesting a zoning text amendment for the County home site. On roll call, all voted aye.

County Attorney John Werden reviewed the FY18 Attorney budget.

Conservation Director Jason Christensen reviewed the FY18 Conservation budget.

Motion by Bock, second by Schettler to authorize Chairman to sign two farm leases for the Conservation Department. On roll call, all voted aye.

Home Care Aide Director Megan Owen reviewed the FY18 Home Care Aide budget.

Case Management Director Justin Schieffer reviewed the FY18 Case Management budget.

County Treasurer Jean Seidl reviewed the FY18 Treasurer budget.

Environmental Health Director Carey Kersey reviewed the FY18 Environmental Health budget.

County Recorder Marilyn Dopheide reviewed the FY18 Recorder budget.

Motion by Schettler, second by Danzer to approve a plat of survey for Lot 2 SE1/4 NE1/4 of Section 31-85-34. On roll call, all voted aye.

Motion by Danzer, second by Ruggles to approve a Resolution for Interfund Operating Transfer of $97,000 from General Basic Fund to Ambulance Capital Fund. On a roll call vote, Meiners, aye; Ruggles, aye; Schettler, aye; Bock, aye; Danzer, aye. Motion carried unanimously. (Resolution on file in the Auditor’s Office)

Motion by Bock, second by Ruggles to approve the 2016 County Employee Salaries for publication. On roll call, all voted aye.

EMPLOYEE NAME 01/01/2016 - 12/31/2016
NO BENEFITS INCLUDED IN SALARY AMOUNTS SALARY AMOUNT
AGAN, BRADLEY 12,662.06
AGAN, JUSTIN 50,130.09
AHRENDSEN, AARON 41,648.52
ALBERTSEN, KARL 70
ALSPACH, AARON 47,705.35
ANDERSEN, JAN 32,337.36
ANDERSON, SARA 20,517.80
ANKENBAUER, TERESA 24,459.96
AUEN, ROBERT 41,537.64
AXMAN, KIRBY 3,657.50
BAKER, DARRELL 54,123.87
BAKER, WENDY 60,052.06
BALUKOFF, SHANNA 33,915.24
BASS, DOUGLAS 15,961.05
BAUER, DAVID 360
BAUM, LISA 40,645.85
BAUMHOVER, LEON 105
BAUMHOVER, LINDA 34,671.61
BAUMHOVER, RICHARD 105
BEARDMORE, MARK 29,335.56
BECKER, DANIEL 70,286.50
BEHRENS, DALE 105
BERG, JAMES 35
BERGER, JAMES 175
BERNHOLTZ, JOHN 45,905.56
BOCK, NEIL 29,335.56
BOCK, RALPH 70
BOELL, JOSEPH 44,809.16
BOES, DALE 105
BREIDERT, RONALD 105
BRINCKS, ALAN 71,378.05
BRUCH, CASEY 2,395.84
BRUNER, JONATHAN 42,863.98
BRUNING, BROOKE 29,073.00
BRUSCHER, SUSAN 41,453.64
BUELT, KENNETH 55,512.60
BURKE, BRADLEY 5,420.04
CALDWELL, SADIE 50,115.78
CHARGO, DALLAS 46,556.69
CHRISTENSEN, JASON 50,211.48
CLARK, THOMAS 13,953.00
COATS, JEAN 31,653.83
CRETSINGER, JONATHAN 63,215.20
CROGHAN, PETER 300
CROGHAN, WILLIAM 50,910.84
CUNNINGHAM, JADE 4,450.00
DANIEL, STEPHEN 105
DANNER, DAVID 105
DANNER, JOHN 40,449.48
DANNER, RICHARD 140
DANZER, MARTY 29,335.56
DEA, DARREN 54,621.70
DENNEY, RONALD 41,988.20
DESART, JAMES 46,930.60
DESART, JASON 42,506.70
DOPHEIDE, MARILYN 57,721.08
FAY, RONALD 47,021.65
FEILMEIER, PATRICK 214.8
FERNEDING, TIM 43,033.48
FRAHM, RONALD 70
FRANSEN, THOMAS 71,607.41
GEHLING, CLINT 3,893.38
GENZEN, ROBERT 52,979.95
GEORGE, CATHERINE 40,126.19
GILLAND, GUNNER 53,275.32
GRAY, BLAKE 5,328.03
GRAY, PATRICK 60,774.48
GREVING, MARTIN 105
GROSS, VINCENT 140
GROSSMAN, DON 105
GROTE, ELMER 140
GROTE, JOHN 140
GROTE, LOUIS 16,203.00
GROTHE, JOSEPH 70
GRUHN, DWIGHT 140
HAGEMANN, HUBERT 105
HALBUR, IVAN 70
HALBUR, JEFFREY 105
HALBUR, JESSICA 20,457.15
HANNASCH, JACOB 52,233.32
HANSEN, CRAIG 43,666.71
HANSEN, SAMUEL 55,429.26
HART, RANDY 47,037.72
HAUBRICH, JESSICA 39,737.48
HEIMAN, DANIEL 36,928.62
HEITHOFF, DEBRA 41,616.24
HENRICH, RICHARD 46,664.11
HERMSEN, EMILY 4,189.50
HEUTON, CYNTHIA 53,442.80
HEUTON, PAUL 63,317.67
HOCKETT, TIM 140
HOFFMAN, EDITH 105
HOFFMAN, JASON 56,292.80
HOFFMAN, JOHN 105
HOFFMAN, KENNETH 70
HOFFMAN, RICK 52,252.10
HUCKA, VALERIE 33,663.00
HUEGERICH, MARVIN 140
HULSING, CHRISTOPHER 46,131.09
HYLAND, JOHN 300
IRLBECK, KOURTNEY 64,010.52
IRLBECK, SAMANTHA 26,778.47
JANSSEN, JOAN 32,066.28
JOHNSON, JILL 40,606.88
KASPERBAUER, EUGENE 45,335.00
KERSEY, CAREY 50,020.28
KETCHAM, DAWN 913.89
KINNICK, DONNA 300
KLOCKE, JEFFREY 105
KLOCKE, NATASHA 4,745.25
KOCH, AMBER 46,731.83
KOLLASCH, DEAN 41,080.08
KRAUS, REINOLD 295.74
KULT, JERALD 70
LAMP, DEAN 3,133.94
LAMP, LYNNE 1,433.26
LANGEL, GLENN 140
LAWLER, DENNIS 50,048.04
LEINEN, KATIE 13,604.07
LEITING, RONALD 70
LENZ, SCOTT 800
LHOTKA, JODI 18,959.39
LIETZ, JULIE 42,018.96
LLOYD, MICHAEL 51,133.84
LOEW, EMILY 35,518.07
LUDWIG, BRETT 105
LUSSMAN, WILBERT 1,868.67
MARTIN, JOANN 47,498.98
MCCLUE, COLLEEN 38,048.52
MEINERS, EUGENE 29,335.56
MEINERS, THOMAS 70
MEINERS, THOMAS 43,587.36
MENDENHALL, PATRICIA 40,196.04
MEYER, RAEANN 49,149.90
MICHAEL, BRETT 8,386.98
MUEGGENBERG, RICHARD 140
MUHLBAUER, LEON 175
MYERS, KENNETH 55,469.43
NAGL, KRISTINE 33,905.16
NELLESEN, MONICA 31,170.07
NELSON, MELLANIE 28,219.44
NEPPL, MARY 400
NEWMAN, CHARLES 70
NIEHAUS, ZACHARY 54,233.68
NIEMIER, ALEXANDRA 4,978.00
NIXON, CHARLES 300
OLBERDING, STEVE 1,082.70
OLERICH, JONNA 105
ONKEN, DAVID 300
ONKEN, TRACY 105
OSWALD, RICHARD 70
OTTO, TAMMY 27,405.12
OWEN, MEGAN 39,282.36
PAULSEN, EILEEN 8,746.80
PAULSON, DAVID 104,191.92
PIETIG, DONNA 29,727.48
PINGREY, KENNETH 75,258.19
PROMES, RICK 45,147.47
PUDENZ, DOUGLAS 105
QUANDT, DARYL 105
RANDERIS, BECKY 41,721.96
RAY, ROGER 46,994.54
REIMAN, DARYL 140
RICHARDSON, SUSAN 70
RINGGENBERG, MATHEW 25,027.45
ROBERTS, JANE 28,267.92
ROTHMEYER, MARISSA 1,366.10
SAUNDERS, MORGAN 33,244.18
SCHETTLER, DEAN 29,335.56
SCHETTLER, NORMAN 140
SCHIEFFER, JUSTIN 46,078.68
SCHLICHTE, LU ANN 37,993.80
SCHMEISER, MARTIN 31,271.76
SCHMIDT, NICOLE 8,678.23
SCHRECK, JON 787.6
SCHRECK, JUDITH 47,684.52
SCHRECK, KEVIN 42,655.39
SCHULTE, ROSEANNA 29,073.00
SCHULTES, BARBARA 51,449.52
SCHULTES, LEROY 140
SCHULTES, RICHARD 140
SCHWALLER, KATHY 46,274.04
SCHWEERS, CURT 70
SEIDL, JEAN 60,785.04
SHIRBROUN, JEFF 105
SIBBEL, JOEL 44,315.66
SIMONSON, DOYLE 139.6
SMALDONE, ANDREW 37,137.59
STEGER, CURT 57,291.96
STORJOHANN, SHERRY 35,438.53
STORK, TONY 45,850.95
STOTTS, ROSEMARIE 39,311.62
STREETER, DANNY 175
STREETER, STEVE 175
STRUVE, CURTIS 105
STURM, DANIEL 140
THOMPSON, CORY 6,706.66
TIESMAN, BRIAN 7,699.33
TIGGES, LOUIS 105
TIGGES, MARK 70
TOPP, LORNIE 105
TOYNE, JOHN 175
TRECKER, BRETT 1,935.00
TUEL, TRAVIS 44,910.69
VAN ZUIDEN, WILLIAM 41,037.00
VENTEICHER, PATRICK 2,578.60
VENTEICHER, STACY 70
VETTER, KEITH 9,578.25
VOGL, ANTHONY 19,773.91
VON QUALEN, RALPH 105
VONNAHME, JOSEPH 44,989.37
VONNAHME, WILLIAM 140
WAGNER, LISA 47,194.56
WARNKE, ADAM 45,506.09
WARNKE, BRAD 45,850.63
WEGNER, TOMMY 140
WENCK, BILLIE 70
WENCK, CYNTHIA 2,428.80
WENCK, EMILY 192.19
WENCK, MAX 48,223.35
WERDEN, JOHN 67,563.96
WERNIMONT, DICK 1,280.00
WETRICH, MATTHEW 42,210.48
WILBURN, CARL 66,701.52
WITTROCK, ASHTEN 33,173.76
WITTROCK, EARL 4,200.00
WOLF, MICHAEL 53,068.66
WOLTERMAN, RYAN 70
WUEBKER, JAMIE 908.46
WUEBKER, JONATHAN 44,796.83

 

The Board proceeded to discuss FY18 non-profit funding with each member stating their position on the suggested amounts. Following are the amounts approved for FY18 funding; New Opportunities $13,000; New Opportunities Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment $19,020; Region XII Transit $9,992; Region XII Local Housing Trust $5,000; Region XII Membership fee $17,694; RSVP $9,000; Foster Grandparents $1,000; Elderbridge $14,045; Family Crisis Center $5,000; Family Resource Center $5,000; Carroll County Fair $12,750; Historical Society $4,000; Community of Concern $3,000; Breda Day Care $6,000; Carroll Area Day Care $11,000; Manning Day Care $8,500; Carroll County Soil & Water $5,000; and Merchants Park $5,000 for the final year. Motion by Bock, second by Ruggles to approve funding Carroll Area Development Corporation $70,000. On roll call, Meiners, nay; Ruggles, aye; Schettler, nay; Bock, aye; and Danzer, nay. Motion failed. Motion by Schettler, second by Meiners to approve funding Carroll Area Development Corporation $71,000. On roll call, Meiners, aye; Ruggles, nay; Schettler, aye; Bock, nay; and Danzer, aye. Motion carried. Motion by Schettler, second by Danzer to approve funding Saint Anthony Regional Hospital $63,000 for public health services in FY18. On roll call, all voted aye. Motion by Meiners, second by Danzer to approve funding Manning Main Street $2,500 each of the following years FY18, F19, and FY20. On roll call all voted aye. Motion by Schettler, second by Bock to approve a 5% percent increase for the County Libraries. Carroll Public Library $41,614 and Manning, Coon Rapids, and Glidden Libraries $14,018 each. On roll call all voted aye.

Ambulance Director Pat Gray reviewed the FY18 Ambulance budget.

Board reviewed manure management annual update for Scott & Darlys Halbur in Section 7 of Iowa Township, Audubon County.

Ruggles reported on Department pre-budget meetings and ISAC. Upcoming Budget work session.

Schettler reported on ISAC meeting, Department pre-budget meetings, and LED lighting demonstration on February 21. Upcoming radio and Budget work session.

Bock reported on Department pre-budget meetings and ISAC meeting. Upcoming Budget work session and Jail Committee meeting.

Danzer reported on Comm. Center meeting, ISAC Executive Board meeting, and ISAC meeting. Upcoming Budget work session and Region XII meeting.

Meiners reported on Comm. Center meeting, Department pre-budget meetings, ISAC Executive Board meeting, and ISAC meeting. Upcoming meetings include: Chamber banquet, CADC, Local Planning Group, Jail Committee and Budget work session.

Motion by Schettler, second by Danzer to adjourn at 12:10 p.m. On roll call, all voted aye.

Kourtney Irlbeck, Auditor, Eugene Meiners, Chairman

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