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					                    MINUTES OF JUNE 6, 2006 AGENDA MEETING

Commissioner Sneary opened the meeting at 9:15 a.m. on the 6th day of June, 2006 with the following
members present: Commissioner Greg Sneary, Commissioner W. Dan Reiff, Commissioner Sam Bassitt,
and Clerk of the Board Kelli Singhaus.

Brion Rhodes led the Pledge of Allegiance.

Commissioner Sneary moved for the approval of the June 1, 2006 Agenda Meeting minutes.
Commissioner Bassitt seconded the motion. The minutes were approved as submitted.

Action Items:
Resolution #381-06. Authorize commitment of funds from the CDBG Home Repair Program for repairs
to a property in American Township, Lima, Ohio.

The property owner whom resides in American Township, Lima, Ohio has applied for and been found to
qualify for assistance with foundation repairs and water abatement for their home. Two estimates have
been received from Home Maintenance Support in the amount of $4,515 and from DDC/Rehab in the
amount of $4,700. Bruce Wells, Community Development Coordinator is requesting that the Board
authorize the commitment of $4,515.00 from the CDBG Home Repair Program Income to cover the repairs
to be completed by Home Maintenance Support.

Commissioner Sneary moved to adopt the Resolution. Commissioner Reiff seconded the motion. The roll
was called and the Resolution was approved unanimously.

Resolution #382-06. Authorize the advertisement to receive bids for the FY’05 Formula Spencerville
Street Improvement Project.

The Board received written communications from Bruce Wells, Community Development Coordinator,
seeking permission to advertise to receive bids for the labor, material and equipment necessary for the
construction of the Village of Spencerville Street Resurfacing Projects, FY’05 Formula Program. Bids will
be received until 10:00 a.m. on June 27, 2006 in the office of the Allen County Commissioners by the
Clerk of the Board, 301 N. Main Street, Room 300, Lima, Ohio.

Commissioner Bassitt moved to adopt the Resolution. Commissioner Sneary seconded the motion. The roll
was called and the Resolution was approved unanimously.

Resolution #383-06. Authorize a warrant of transfer from the Sanitary Engineering Department
Surplus Fund 5035 to the Sanitary Engineer’s Administration Facilities Capital Fund 5409.

Bruce Wells, Business Manager for the Sanitary Engineer, has requested that the Board authorize a transfer
in the amount of $400,000.00 from Fund #5035 to Fund #5409 to cover the costs associated with the
construction of the administrative and maintenance facilities.

Commissioner Reiff moved to adopt the Resolution. Commissioner Bassitt seconded the motion. The roll
was called and the Resolution was approved unanimously.

Resolution #384-06. Authorize a warrant to return an advance to the Sanitary Engineering Department
Surplus Fund 5035 from the 4th Street/Bowman Road Sewer Project Fund 4003.

By Resolution #674-05 dated November 8, 2005, the Board authorized an advance to the Fourth Street /
Bowman Road Sewer Project from the Sanitary Engineer’s Office Surplus Fund in the amount of
$450,000.00 to facilitate construction of the project while awaiting funding from a 0% loan through the
EPA Water Pollution Control Loan Fund. Bruce Wells, Business Manager for the Sanitary Engineer, has
requested that the Board authorize this transfer to return the $450,000.00 advance to the Sanitary
Engineer’s Surplus Fund.

Commissioner Sneary moved to adopt the Resolution. Commissioner Reiff seconded the motion. The roll
was called and the Resolution was approved unanimously.

Resolution #385-06. Authorize an agreement between the Allen County Commissioners and Allen
County Domestic Relations Court and the Ohio State University Extension Office.

A request has been received by the Board of Allen County Commissioners to enter into an agreement with
the Allen County Domestic Relations Court and the Ohio State University Extension Office for Successful
Co-Parenting classes. OSU will provide class instruction for Successful Co-Parenting classes twice a
month in the amount of $2,400.00.

Commissioner Bassitt moved to adopt the Resolution. Commissioner Sneary seconded the motion. The roll
was called and the Resolution was approved unanimously.

Resolution #386-06. Approval of “Then and Now” purchase orders.

The Ohio Revised Code requires that County Agencies and Departments obtain purchase orders from the
County Auditor certifying the availability of funds for the procurement of goods and services prior to the
commitment of payment for the same. In the course of daily operations and due to a variety of
circumstances, invoices are occasionally presented to various County Departments for payment with dates
that precede the issuance of a purchase order by the County Auditor.

Commissioner Reiff moved to adopt the Resolution. Commissioner Bassitt seconded the motion. The roll
was called and the Resolution was approved unanimously.

Resolution #387-06. Authorize training, seminar and travel related expenses for various departments.

Commissioner Sneary moved to adopt the Resolution. Commissioner Reiff seconded the motion. The roll
was called and the Resolution was approved unanimously.

Resolution #388-06. Accept payment from County Risk Sharing Authority for an accident involving a
2005 Dodge Caravan from Allen County Children Services.

The Board has received a payment from County Risk Sharing Authority for an accident involving a 2005
Dodge Caravan from Allen County Children Services in the amount of $4,431.60 less a $2,500.00
deductible for an insured loss of $1,931.60.

Commissioner Bassitt moved to adopt the Resolution. Commissioner Sneary seconded the motion. The roll
was called and the Resolution was approved unanimously.

Discussion Items:

    A. W.O.R.T.H. Center                            , presented the following:

             1.   Request to adopt Resolution #389-06, authorize submission of a subsidy 501 grant
                  agreement to the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction for the FY’2007
                  addendum for a Community Based Correctional Facility Program. Monfort stated that
                  this is the second year her department has received a flat budget in the amount of
                  $2,762,827.00. Monfort also reported that her department recently received a state audit
                  from the DRS. Comments were made that they were really pleased with the staffing and
                  programs offered in the facility. The University of Cincinnati also conducted a study of
                  the staff and interventions used within the facility. They were also impressed with the
                  facility and programs offered. Monfort stated that neither report has been received and
                  that she will forward a copy upon receipt of same.
Commissioner Sneary moved to adopt the Resolution. Commissioner Reiff seconded the motion. The roll
was called and the Resolution was approved unanimously.

    B. Brion Rhodes, Allen County Engineer’s Office, presented the following:

        1. Request to approve one (1) “Contract for Sale and Purchase of Real Property” for the Eastown
           Road Improvement Project – Phase 3. This is the purchase of additional right-of-way from
           Kenyon Properties. Monies have been appropriated with ODOT who in turn will issue
           disbursement of same. This property is a vacant lot and is part of the extension area.

Announcements, Proclamations, Recognition and Commendations

        1. Nancy Recker introduced Mark Light, 4-H Educator for OSU Extension Office. Mark
           Light stated that he was a graduate of Leipsic High School and currently resides in Hardin
           County in which he was involved in 4-H. He graduated from Ohio Northern University and
           studied civil engineering. He also did an internship with West Ohio Gas and is very familiar
           with the area. The last 10 years he has been employed at Ohio Northern University. He
           stated that 4-H is a good organization that promotes good values and good leadership.

With no further business to come before the Board, Commissioner Sneary moved to adjourn.
Commissioner Reiff seconded the motion. Meeting was adjourned.


Submitted by:                                       Approved by:


__________________________
Kelli Singhaus                                      Greg Sneary
Clerk of the Board


                                                    W. Dan Reiff



                                                    Sam Bassitt

				
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