The Board of Perry Township Trustees met in Regular Session on Monday, January 12, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. at the Community Room in East Liberty.  Roll Call: Gary Baker, present, Jeff Rosebrook, present, Merle Ackley, present and Cindy Stalling, present.  Also present was Melony Baker, Howie Kaiser, Keith Montgomery, Bonnie Brose, Glen and Ramona Sidders, Tom Cunningham, Scott McCain, Dan Ackley, Alan Hale and Mitch Current.

           The minutes of the previous meeting was given to the Trustees to read prior to this meeting.  Mr. Baker asked if there were any additions or corrections to the minutes and they stand approved as written.

           Mr. Baker asked if there were any additions or corrections to the financial statements that were given to the Trustees from the fiscal officer.  They stand approved.

          Mr. Gary Baker asked for nominations for chairman of the Board of Trustees for 2009.  Mr. Merle Ackley stated that he would like to have it; Mr. Jeff Rosebrook seconded the motion for Mr. Ackley.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.  Mr. Ackley made a motion to leave Mr. Jeff Rosebrook as Vice-Chairman, seconded by Mr. Gary Baker.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.    Meeting was then turned over to Mr. Merle Ackley.

          Mr. Glen Sidders representing the American Legion brought a check for $500.00 for the PTEC Committee to go towards their fireworks celebration in July.  Mr. Sidders presented the check to PTEC Chairman, Mrs. Bonnie Brose.  Mrs. Brose thanked Mr. Sidders for their generous donation.

          Mrs. Bonnie Brose wanted to know if she could get some new movies for the library.  Mr. Merle Ackley made a motion for her to purchase 20 new movies, seconded by Mr. Jeff Rosebrook.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.

           Mrs. Brose wanted to get an update on the lodge hall; Mr. Gary Baker reported that Countrywide Mechanical is almost done with the Lodge hall, as far as installing the new furnaces.

            Mr. Tom Cunningham wanted to know that since he lives on the line between East Liberty and West Mansfield, who would respond if he had a fire?  For an actual fire, both would respond, 3rd would be Raymond, and 4th would be Zanesfield.  It is set up this way at the Sheriff’s Office. 

            Mr. Scott McCain talked about doing that fire class.  The only one that could do it now was Dan Coats.  There has to be 5 to have a class.  It costs just shy of $800.00 per student for the class.  Mr. McCain reported that there are a few in the area that want to take it too.  The last time to sign up for the class is Jan. 25.  If they would be able to have the class the only one whom the township would be responsible to pay for would be Dan Coats.  Some of the others ones interested in the class are from Honda and they would be on their own to pay for their class.  Clark State College would pay Mr.  McCain to teach the class.  So if we get enough signed up to give the class, Mr. Coats would need to sign a contract with the township, so that we would pay for his schooling.

             Mr. Baker reported that Mr. Ken Rosebrook got the rescue fixed.

             Mr. Baker got the Norton anti-virus for the fire dept.  Mr. McCain stated that there is something wrong with the internet at the fire house right now. 

             Mr. Baker stated that ODOT has not gotten back with him yet about the flashing lights for the stop signs.

             Mr. Baker talked to the county and was told that they are not going to be doing any chip and sealing this year, so if we want to do some of that we will be on our own to do it.

             Mr. Jeff Rosebrook is still working on getting prices for the tables and chairs for the community room. He has found for 7 – 8” tables it would be $1,330.00, for chairs with pads, they are $29.99 each, and without pads they are $17.99 each.

            Mr. Merle Ackley brought up about the letter we received from the County Engineers office about them giving us those 3 roads.  They stated that they had made a deal with Mr. Baker earlier about these roads.  Mr. Baker stated that he did not make any deal with the county.  What he talked to the county about, was trading roads as far as snow plowing went.  Mr. Baker is going to try and set up a meeting with the Log. Co.Commissioners about this situation.

            Mrs. Stalling brought up that we need to accept a bid on the 45k Portable Generator.  Mr. Baker stated that he talked to Millennium, as it was the lowest bid, and it meets all the bidding requirements.  It is a company out of Michigan, and is owned by a disabled veteran.  Their bid was for $21,665.00, Mr. Baker made a motion to accept their bid, seconded by Mr. Jeff Rosebrook.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes. Mr. Baker will call them and let them know we accepted their bid.

           Chief Keith Montgomery brought a letter from JR Garrison, it explained that JR was taking a fire instructor class, and he got called away by his job, and had to miss two classes, and did not get to take the test at the end.  The county put the class on, and it costs $460.00 per student.  Mr. Garrison wanted the township to know that if we got billed for his taking the class, he will pay it back to the township through his paychecks. 

He is also going to try to get his last two classes in, and take the test.

            Chief reported that the run totals for 2008 were:

                                57 fire runs

                                66 ems runs

                               123 total runs

 

       Chief stated that Dustin Cooks helmet fell apart, Chief told him to go to FSS and get a new one.

             

Chief stated that the new vests are in, they have 12 now.  Dave Cook had to get new pants, Keith told him to go to FSS and get them.

 

            Chief thanked the trustees for all they did for the fire dept. for 2008.  Mr. Ackley thanked the fire dept. for all they do for the township.

            Mr. Baker reported that some lady thanked him on Christmas Eve for plowing and gritting the cemeteries.

            Mr. Baker wanted to know if we should take the mowers up to Levans to be serviced for next season. All trustees agreed with this.  Mr. Baker stated that he will take them up there when he takes his own.

           Mr. Baker stated that there was a concerned resident that brought to his attention about getting quicker internet service for the fiscal officer.  Mr. Baker had talked to Logan Rec, and Mrs. Stalling had talked to Road Runner.  Mr. Baker made a motion that Mrs. Stalling get connected with road runner, seconded by Mr. Ackley.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.

          Mr. Baker brought up for us to keep our website, we will need to pay a $40.00 domain fee, and so do we want to keep it or not?  Mr. Merle Ackley made a motion to keep the website, seconded by Mr. Jeff Rosebrook.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.

           Mr. Baker wanted to know if the township could purchase some bobcat forks, as he would like to have his back.  We have been using them, and Dave really likes having them for the bobcat.  Mr. Rosebrook made a motion to purchase a set, seconded by Mr. Ackley.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.  Mr. Baker will place the order.

          Mr. Baker reported that the lot beside the fire house has been surveyed.

          Mr. Jeff Rosebrook reported that he has talked to HBI Electric and the disconnect for the generator is not in yet.  As soon as it comes in, he will get started on it.

         Mr. Rosebrook brought up about the lot beside the fire house, are we going to put it back as a parking lot?  He suggested we put some dirt in and level it out some first.

         Mr. Dan Ackley, zoning inspector, reported that there will be a zoning meeting on Jan. 15, 09 at 7:30 p.m. to go over the Comprehensive Plan.

         Mr. Merle Ackley brought up that the split rail fence beside the Methodist Church has been hit again. He suggested that we just put up a new one there in the spring.

         Mr. Alan Hale had a print out of the recycling centers in Logan County.  He went over the information with us.  He stated that Logan County Soil and Water has applied for a 1.5 million dollar grant, and sometime within the next year, Perry Township will have our own recycling center.  It will be across from Reliant Mechanical, that property is owned by the Log. Co. Commissioners and they have already donated it for this purpose.  Mr. Hale was here to get our support.  All trustees think that this is a great idea; Mr. Hale said that it would probably be ready in the fall.

          Mrs. Stalling reported that the next quarterly meeting for the County Association is Jan. 15, at JVS.

        Mrs. Stalling reminded the trustees of the upcoming LUC Seminars, and told them if they are going to attend them, they need to send in their reservations.

       Mr. Dan Ackley reported that he received a phone call about snowmobiles going through the East LibertyCemetery.  Dan thought maybe we could put up some signs. 

       Mr. Jeff Rosebrook made a motion to leave the meeting on the second Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m, seconded by Mr. Merle Ackley.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.  Special meetings will be advertised.

      Mr. Merle Ackley made a motion to rotate the Zoning Boards as follows:

Mr. Gary Baker seconded by motion, Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.

ZONING APPEALS BOARD                         ZONING COMMISSION

Keith Montgomery, Chairman, 1 yr. term          George Clap saddle, Chairman, 1 yr

Dick Stanley, 2 yr. term                                    Don Henry, 2 yr. term

Beverly Wolf, 3 yr. term                                   Bob Jackson, Sr., 3 yr. term

Melvin Douglas, 4 yr term                                 Tim Stalling, 4 yr term

Charles Bell, 5 yr term                                      Jack Nicholas, 5 yr term

 

     Mr. Gary Baker made a motion to leave the Zoning Rates the same as last year, seconded by Mr. Merle Ackley.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.

         Zoning Permit:

         $12.50 – for value 0 - $ 500.00

         $37.50 – for value $501.00 - $2,000.00

         $100.00 – for value $2,001.00 - $5,000.00

(1)   $3.75 – per $1,000.00 plus base fee; for $5,001.00 to $50,000.00

(2)   $2.50 – per $1,000.00 plus base fee and item (1) above $50,001.00 and up

 

Cost of:

       Rezoning (text or district boundaries)                           $400.00

       Appeals, variances, and conditional uses                      $500.00

Passed by all trustees and will be effective as of 01-01-2009.

 

Mr. Jeff Rosebrook made a motion to leave Mr. Dan Ackley as zoning inspector, seconded by Mr. Gary Baker. Ackley, abstained, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.

 

Mr. Gary Baker made a motion to leave all payroll as last year with the way the economy is right now, seconded by Mr. Merle Ackley.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.

     So Mr. Dan Ackley’s pay will remain at $250.00 per month, 10% of permits he writes and $40.00 per zoning meeting.  All trustees agreed that we do not need to have our annual zoning meeting with our zoning boards as we have been having meeting concerning the Comprehensive Plan for Perry Township.  All zoning board members will continue to receive $40.00 per zoning meeting that they attend, and Mrs. Bev Wolf will receive $50.00 per meeting that she takes the minutes at.

     Mr. Gary Baker made a motion to leave the cemetery rates the same as last year, seconded by Mr. Merle Ackley.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.

CEMETERY RATES:

Open and close graves                                                  $300.00

Weekend open and close graves (Sat & Sun)                $400.00

Cremation Interment                                                     $100.00

Install Military Plaque                                                    FREE

Monument Bases:

   Up to and include 12”                                                $200.00

    12.1” and include 24”                                               $225.00

    24.1” and include 60”                                               $325.00

    60.1” and UP                                                           By measurement

    Crypt                                                                       At Owners Discretion and Expense

 

Trustees want actual dimensions of stone on base order sheets.

Disinterment within Perry Township                               $400.00

Disinterment outside Perry Township                             $200.00

Lots:

     Residents of Perry Township      Full Lot                  $250.00

                                                         Half Lot               $125.00

                                                       Single Lot              $100.00

Non-Residents of Perry township   Full Lot                   $600.00

                                                        Half Lot                $400.00

                                                      Single Lot               $200.00

 

   Mr. Gary Baker made a motion to leave Johnson Excavation at $120.00 for opening of graves, $40.00 for closing of graves, and $150.00 for opening and closing of graves on the weekend, seconded by Mr. Merle Ackley.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.    Mrs. Stalling will send Mr. Johnson a new contract for 2009.

   Mr. Jeff Rosebrook made a motion to get a bid from Blair Lawn Care, LLC for cemetery mowings for 2009, unless he leaves it the same as last year, and then we will give him a new contract, seconded by Mr. Gary Baker.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes. 

     Mr. Merle Ackley made a motion to leave the mileage outside of Perry Township at .48 per mile, seconded by Mr. Jeff Rosebrook.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.   The policy for paying for Township Officials mileage, registration and reasonable priced meals to township conventions, workshops, and so related meetings will continue to be honored.  Any schooling or seminars the township will pay for the classes.

     Mr. Jeff Rosebrook made a motion to leave the part-time pay at $14.00 per hour, seconded by Mr. Merle Ackley.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.

     Mr. Gary Baker made a motion to leave our full-time employees salary at $41,600.00 per year, plus overtime, seconded by Mr. Merle Ackley. Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.  Mr. Sharp will continue to get 10 paid holidays, 10 vacation days, and also 3 sick days per year.  He can carry over a maximum of 60 days per year. 

     Mr. Jeff Rosebrook made a motion to leave the janitor’s salary the same as last year, seconded by Mr. Merle Ackley.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes. 

Township Building                                 $175.00 per month     

Perry Park                                             $225.00 per month that the park is open

Lodge Hall                                            $125.00 per month

    We will continue to honor that any NON-PROFIT organization will NOT be charged for using the Lodge Hall, this will also include use for funeral dinners.

   The shoveling of snow if Mrs. Brose does it will be paid the part-time wage of $14.00 per hour.

   Mr. Merle Ackley made a motion to leave the Fire Chief’s salary at $175.00 per month and the assist fire chief’s salary at $100.00 per month, seconded by Mr. Jeff Rosebrook.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.

   Mr. Jeff Rosebrook made a motion to leave the squad chief’s salary at $50.00 per month, seconded by Mr. Gary Baker.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.  

   Mr. Merle Ackley made a motion to leave the TRC Inspections the same as last year, seconded by Mr. Jeff Rosebrook.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.  It will be $75.00 per man, not to exceed 3 men. This will include the fire chief and assistant fire chief.  The inspection will be $225.00 per inspection if 3 men attend.  The township will pay for any training of advanced training to the fire department members as the Township see fit and approves of. 

   Mr. Gary Baker made a motion to leave the fire dept. pay as is, seconded by Mr. Jeff Rosebrook.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.  For basic EMT  it will be $11.00 per hour, for Advanced EMT it will be $11.50 per hour, for Medic or Ltn. It will be $12.50 per hour.  The daytime paid dept. will run from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.  The volunteer pay will remain the same as last year.

Pay will be as follows:

EMT’s - $25.00 Night Shift Mon-Fri     If you are an EMT-FF  Mon-Fri it is $50.00

FF-$25.00 Night shift Mon-Fri            If you are an FF-EMT Weekends $100.00

EMT’s $50.00 Weekend Shift  full 24 hrs.   If you work a 10 hr. shift you get $25.00

FF-$50.00 Weekend Shift full 24 hrs.  If you work a 14 hr. shift you get $25.00

FF/EMT if you work a 10 hr. shift you get $50.00

FF/EMT if you work a 14 hr. shift you get $50.00

 

   Mr. Merle Ackley made a motion that the flowers in the cemeteries need to be cleaned off by April 1st and Oct. 15 for spring and fall clean-ups, seconded by Mr. Jeff Rosebrook.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes. 

   Mr. Merle Ackley made a motion that the base orders must be turned in by May 1st to be guaranteed to be in by Memorial Day, and fall orders are to be turned in by Sept. 15th, seconded by Mr. Jeff Rosebrook. Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.

    Mr. Jeff Rosebrook made a motion that the township would pay any CDL driver on our insurance, which plows snow, the part-time wage of $14.00 per hour, seconded by Mr. Gary Baker.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.  This is with the exception of our full-time employee, Mr. Dave Sharp.

   Mr. Gary Baker made a motion to leave our purchasing policy at $300.00, seconded by Mr. Merle Ackley. Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.  Any purchase over $300.00 needs to have at least 2 trustees approval prior to the purchase.  This is for the 3 Trustees and the fiscal officer.

   Mr. Merle Ackley made a motion that all time sheets need to be into the fiscal officer by the 5th of each month, seconded by Mr. Jeff Rosebrook.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.  This also includes our cemetery mower.

   Mr. Gary Baker made a motion that ONLY Perry Township residents can rent the Community Room, and we will continue to accept donations, seconded by Mr. Jeff Rosebrook.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.        

    Mr. Gary Baker made a motion to set the Lodge hall rents at: For Perry Township residents it will be $25.00, for Non- Perry Township residents it will be $75.00, seconded by Mr. Merle Ackley.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes. 

   Mr. Gary Baker made a motion to leave Bonnie’s purchasing policy at $100.00, seconded by Mr. Jeff Rosebrook.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.

 

   The Board of Perry Township, Logan County, Ohio met in Regular session on the 12th day of January, 2009 at the office of the Trustees of Perry Township with the following members present:

                                                             Mr. Gary Baker

                                                             Mr. Jeff Rosebrook

                                                             Mr. Merle Ackley

 

Mr. Merle Ackley moved the adoption of the following Resolution:

BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Trustees of Perry Township, Logan County, Ohio that to provide for the current expenses and other expenditures of said Board of Trustees, during the fiscal year, ending December 31st, 2009, the following sums be and the same are hereby set aside and appropriated for the several purposes for which expenditures are to be made for and during said fiscal year, as follows, viz:

 

                         01      GENERAL FUND       01

 

1-A-1 Salaries- Trustees……………………………….12,000.00

1-a-2 Salary-Clerk………………………………………20,000.00

1-a-3 Travel and Other Expenses of Officials………….1,200.00

1-a-4 Supplies-Administration…………………………..2,500.00

1-a-5 Equipment-Administration…………………………250.00

1-a-6 Insurance…………………………………………..35,000.00

1-a-7 Burial Expenses………………………………………..5.00

1-a-10 Legal Counsel (Annual and Otherwise)………….5, 000.00

1-a-11 Memorial Day Expenses……………………………500.00

1-a-12 Employers Retirement Contribution………………….6, 000.00

1-a-13 Assessments and Contribution……………………………5.00

1-a-15 Workers Compensation………………………………5,000.00

1-a-16 General Health District……………………………………5.00

1-a-17 Auditors and Treasurers Fees………………………….6, 000.00

1-a-18 Advertising Delinquent Lands…………………………….100.00

1-a-19 State Examiners Charges………………………………..5,000.00

1-a-21 Election Expenses……………………………………….1, 000.00

1-a-23 Library Contributions……………………………………..500.00

1-a-24 Civil Defense……………………………………………….5.00

1-a-25 Contingency Account……………………………………….5.00

1-a-26 Other Expenses…………………………………………..42,853.46

1-a-27 Transfers- out………………………………………………..5.00

1-a-28 Contractual Services……………………………………..4,000.00

1-a-80 Unemployment Compensation……………………………….5.00

1-b-1 Salaries……………………………………………………..5,000.00

1-b-3 New Buildings and Additions………………………………25,000.00

1-b-4 Utilities………………………………………………………10,000.00

1-b-5 Maintenance Supplies and Materials………………………..5,000.00

1-b-6 Equipment Purchases and Replacements………………….12, 500.00

1-b-7 Repairs………………………………………………………20,000.00

1-b-8 Other Expenses………………………………………………5,000.00

1-d-1 Salaries…………………………………………………………..5.00

1-d-9 Other Expenses…………………………………………………..5.00

1-f-1 Salaries……………………………………………………………5.00

1-f-4 New Buildings and Additions…………………………………….5.00

1-f-8 Other Expenses……………………………………………………5.00

1-j-1 Salaries…………………………………………………………7,500.00

1-f-2 Supplies………………………………………………………….300.00

1-j-3 Other Expenses………………………………………….…….2, 500.00

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                  TOTAL FOR GENERAL FUND                           $239,763.46

 

02    MOTOR VEHICLE FUND  02

 

2-C-3 Contracts……………………………………………………59,792.88

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                  TOTAL OF MOTOR VEHICLE FUND                   $59,792.88

 

                           03 GASOLINE TAX FUND    03

3-a-1 Salaries- Trustees…………………………………………………….28, 000.00

3-a-2 Employers Retirement Contribution…………………………………..4,000.00

3-a-4 Tools and Equipment………………………………………………….1, 000.00

3-a-5 Supplies………………………………………………………………..2,000.00

3-a-6 Repairs…………………………………………………………………4,000.00

3-a-8 Buildings and Additions……………………………………………….20, 000.00

3-a-10 Other Expenses………………………………………………………208,550.89

3-b-1 Salaries……………………………………………………………………….5.00

3-b-2 Material…………………………………………………………………...2,000.00

3-b-3 Contracts…………………………………………………………………75,000.00

3-c-4 Other Expenses………………………………………………………….75, 000.00

                                                                                                            __________________

                                                  TOTAL GAS FUND                                 $419,555.89

 

                              04 ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND         04

 

4-A-2 Employers Retirement Contribution………………………………..8,000.00

4-a-4 Tools and Equipment………………………………………………50,000.00

4-a-5 Supplies………………………………………………………….55, 000.00

4-a-6 Repairs……………………………………………………………15,000.00

4-a-7 Maintenance of Equipment……………………………………….15, 000.00

4-a-8 Buildings and Additions………………………………………….10, 000.00

4-a-9 Utilities…………………………………………………………….2, 500.00

4-a-10 Insurance………………………………………………………..15,000.00

4-a-13 Other Expenses…………………………………………………10,000.00

4-b-1 Salaries……………………………………………………………50,000.00

4-b-3 Contracts…………………………………………………………..20,000.00

4-c-4 Other Expenses…………………………………………………….94, 233.26

                                                                                                  ____________________

                                  TOTAL ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND          $344,733.26

 

                             5 CEMETERY FUND        05

5-A-1 Salaries- Trustees………………………………………………….7, 500.00

5-a-2 Salaries………………………………………………………………….5.00

5-a-3 Employers Retirement Contribution…………………………………1,000.00

5-a-5 Improvement of Sites…………………………………………………5,000.00

5-a-7 New Buildings and Additions…………………………………………….5.00

5-a-8 Tools and Equipment…………………………………………………3,500.00

5-a-9 Supplies……………………………………………………………….2, 500.00

5-a-10 Repairs……………………………………………………………….1, 000.00

5-a-11 Contracts…………………………………………………………….20, 000.00

5-a-12 Other Expenses……………………………………………………..406,690.31

                                                                                                    ____________________

                                      TOTAL CEMETERY FUND                         $447,200.31

 

7        LIGHTING ASSESSMENT FUND  7

 7-A-1 Contracts…………………………………………………………3,475.45

7-a-2 Other Expenses……………………………………………………….20.00

                                                                                                ____________________

                                   TOTAL LIGHTING ASSESSES. FUND                 $3,495.45

 

                       12 PARK LEVY FUND      12

 

      Salaries- Trustees……………………………………………..4,000.00

12-a-1 Salaries…………………………………………………….2, 000.00

12-a-2 Employers Retirement Contributions…………………………750.00

12-a-4 Improvement of Sites………………………………………20,000.00

12-a-5 Tools and Equipment…………………………………………5,000.00

12-a-6 Supplies……………………………………………………….5, 000.00

12-a-7 Repairs………………………………………………………..5,000.00

12-a-8 Other Expenses……………………………………………..242,587.77

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                            TOTAL PARK LEVY FUND                       $284,337.77

 

             20 SPECIAL LEVY FUNDS 20

 

               Trustees- Salaries…………………………………………2,500.00

20-a-1 Salaries……………………………………………………..170,000.00

20-a-2 Employers Retirement Contribution…………………………1,000.00

20-a-3 Workers Compensation……………………………………..45,000.00

20-a-4 Tools and Equipment……………………………………….60, 000.00

20-a-5 Supplies………………………………………………………30,000.00

20-a-6 Repairs……………………………………………………….15, 000.00

20-a-7 Contracts……………………………………………………………5.00

20-a-8 Other Expenses…………………………………………..1,252,319.42

            Social Security……………………………………………..25,000.00

                 Medicare………………………………………………..5,000.00

                                                                                           _________________

                     TOTAL SPECIAL LEVY FUND                          $1,605,824.42

 

                     30 PUBLIC WORKS COMMISSION PROJECT FUND 30

 30-a-9 Other Expenses……………………………………………20,363.01

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 TOTAL PUBLIC WORKS COMM. PROJECT FUND               $20,363.01

 

GRAND TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS…………………………$3,425,066.45

 

   Mr. Jeff Rosebrook seconded the Resolution and the roll being called upon its adoption 

the vote resulted as follows:

                       Mr. Merle Ackley                      aye

                       Mr. Jeff Rosebrook                   aye

                      Mr. Gary Baker                          aye

 

  Mr. Merle Ackley made a motion for adjournment, seconded by Mr. Jeff Rosebrook.  Ackley, yes, Rosebrook, yes and Baker, yes.

 

                                                Respectfully submitted by:

 

                                                __________________________             

                                                Cindy Stalling, fiscal officer

 

 

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Merle Ackley

 

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Jeff Rosebrook

 

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Gary Baker