Commission 11 December 2017
Meeting called to order by Chairman Byrd
at 9 AM.
Invocation offered by Commissioner
Campbell followed by the pledge of Allegiance.
Roll Call showed all members present. The agenda was approved as written and the
minutes from 27 November and 29 November were approved as presented.
There were no new hires however there was
one separation from the engineering department.
A total of 11 hours overtime required approval. 3 hours for motor vehicles and 8 hours for
the animal shelter.
A brief mention was made of a possible
change in hours of the animal shelter but nothing definitive was announced.
Under the $500.00 general fund there were
9 over the limit claims for approval.
There were no claims under the $3,000.00 limit.
Ms. Stallman was unable to attend the
meeting but had sent an email to the administrator asking that pay request #10
be paid in the amount of $48,154.00.
County payment for the added on accordion wall was $2,488.50. County Administrator Brown asked what type of
payment the commission wished to make for pay request #9. The counties legitimate payment is 25% of the
bill. All issues were passed by
unanimous vote with the 25% payment being made to #9.
Mr. Johnny Brock noted no spaces can be
occupied until the fire marshal has approved the alarm system and the system
must be monitored. A charge of $34.95
per month is charged by ADF to monitor the system. Mr. Brock volunteered to be the point of
contact when alarms go off. A motion to
this effect was made and approved by unanimous vote.
Mr. Brock addressed a Lyeffion Water Grant
for 2 generators had been approved several months back and noted the payoff
factor was to be the Commission pays in full and gets a return from the
state. Total bill $19,970.00.
Mr. Brock announced he was in receipt of a
check for $10,269.86 paid to EMA for meeting all EMPG requirements. Good job Mr. Brock.
Commissioner Millender suggested Mr. Brock
conduct a dry run fire drill for benefit of county employees.
Mr. Winston Foshee had one request to
make. The Jerry Thomas Family requested
they be allowed to adopt, and post a sign to this effect, a portion of the
Loree Road. The Adopt A Mile program was
created to allow citizens to accept responsibility for and keep clean a certain
portion of a road.
Ms. Stephanie Brown advised that DHR had
requested to extend the current lease on the DHR building for an additional
year. The new lease goes into effect on
1 February 2018 at a price of $1,106.76 per month. Lease approved by unanimous vote.
There will be an Admin workshop in
Prattville. Ms. Brown expressed a desire
to attend. Approved by unanimous vote.
Attorney: Not available.
Commissioner Riley informed the
commissioners he had received several complaints about the condition of the
flag at the courthouse. He thanked me
for furnishing both a U. S. and Alabama Flag for the courthouse.
comments from the news media:
Adjourn: 9:20 AM