Meeting 28 Jan 2020
to order at 10 AM by Chairman Riley.
Invocation offered by Mr. Foshee followed by the pledge of allegiance.
call showed all members present for meeting.
agenda was approved as published.
Previous minutes of 3 separate meetings were approved as read.
new hires, no separations, 9 hours of overtime mostly for the transport of
prisoner labor. Passed by unanimous
over the limit claims in either General or Gasoline fund. Other claims approved by unanimous vote.
Ship regular rotation:
is Commissioner Riley’s last meeting as chairman, it was to have rotated to Mr.
Campbell to be the next chairman in line.
Campbell stated that he declined the chairmanship for health reasons and
recommended Mr. Riley remain in place as chairman. It was quickly pointed out that was not the
way the rotation factor was voted on at the beginning of this term. The
chairmanship will rotate to the next district in line and if refused, it goes
to the next district in line putting Commissioner Millender of District 5 as
the new chairman.
Foshee really had nothing to report on.
He requested the commissioner give him directions on how to hand the
LA-PAC timber bids.
was directed to put the bids together and have them ready for opening at the 1
meeting in March, 10.
Foshee noted the LA-PAC site had finished early with the rented dozer and it
was returned. The county got back
$1,200.00 rental fees for this effort.
Thank you Mr. Foshee.
also noted he will get Conecuh County signs on the doors of all equipment and
he will pursue info on GPS being installed in the vehicles.
also reiterated that employee drug testing is covered in the County Handbook.
Brown was directed to get bids out for both the Animal Shelter ceiling repairs
and the repairs needed at EMA. Hopes are
that will be enough enticement to get bidders involved.
Brown reminded the commissioners of their invitation to Mr. Hyde’s ceremony at
11 AM on Friday.
stood and asked Mr. Campbell what were the final charges against the employee
involved in the illegal dirt movement.
Campbell stated it had been so long that he had forgotten.
Campbell did state he had called the state ethics commission to tell them about
then asked why the charges that so obviously seemed to be group 2 offenses were
lowered to group 1 offense level.
Campbell stated he and the county attorney had gotten together and deemed this
to be a fair punishment.
halted my questioning at that time because the attorney was not on hand and I
really want to hear his reasoning.
Adjourn: 10:15 AM