Meeting 22 January 2018
Call to order at 9 AM by Chairman
Byrd. Invocation offered by Commissioner
Campbell followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.
The agenda and previous minutes were
approved by unanimous vote.
There was one new hire for Equipment
Operator 2 in the Engineering Department.
One separation from the jail, the cook.
There was no overtime to report.
Commissioner Millender suggested that
regular straight time pay be given to the employees for the days the courthouse
was closed due to inclement weather.
Motion made and seconded followed by unanimous vote to approve.
There were no over the limit claims to be
The safe room is awaiting final approval
on 4 change orders completed. They are
the addition of FEMA louvers,(cost to us $2,600.00), residential appliances,
($8,888.55), electrical and plumbing changes to accommodate appliances, ($1,497.74)
and a fire suppression system ($2,538.00).
It was also noted there were outstanding
invoices in need of payment. Motion to
pay followed by unanimous vote in favor.
Ms. Covin was nominated to complete the
term of Mr. Covin on the Lyeffion Water Board.
Approved by unanimous vote.
Ms. Cindy Knowlton spoke briefly on things
happening with the extension service.
They have a lot going on. I
suggest you stop by the David Burt Building and check with her as to what is
happening and the dates.
Mr. Ruzic was on hand to discuss an
impending business coming to Conecuh.
The company representatives were to be on hand but because of
transportation scheduling problems they could not make it in time for the
meeting. Perhaps next meeting.
Mr. Foshee had nothing to bring before the
commission however andrews made mention of a “Double Bridges” fire that has
left the bridges unsafe for use.
Ms. Brown advised that ProAir had
completed the installation of new thermostats in the upstairs portion of the
courthouse and were ready to proceed on the downstairs portion. Cost factor will be $2,400.00. Motion to allow them to move forward made,
seconded and passed by unanimous vote.
It was announced the state had changed the
travel pay mileage. A motion was made
and seconded to follow the state’s recommended travel pay. Passed by unanimous vote.
Ms. Brown is in receipt of an email from
ACPA dealing with “Don’t Drop It On Alabama” movement dealing with trash
pickup. The Commission voted to follow
the same procedures we have followed in the past years.
Mr. Bishop noted a follow up on the voting
center for the impending election cycle be posted. A notice will be published this week.
I asked for an update on the Cooperative
District and their actions: Things move
Adjourn: 9:25 AM