The Scott County Fiscal Court held its regular scheduled meeting on Friday, July 08,
2011. Judge Lusby called the meeting to order. Present were Magistrates Mr. Hughes,
Mr. Lyons, Mr. Tackett, Mr. Parker, Mr. Hoffman, Mr. Prather, Mr. Livingston and
County Attorney, Glenn Williams.
A motion was made by Mr. Livingston with second by Mr. Prather to approve the
minutes of the previous meeting. Court voted unanimous.
A motion was made by Mr. Prather with second by Mr. Hughes to approve the following
transfers. Court voted unanimous.
To: 01-9200-999 Reserve for Transfer $64,000.00
From: 01-5070-342 Planning & Zoning $64,000.00
To: 01-5175-903 Public Advocate Program $2,000.00
From: 01-9200-999 Reserve for Transfer $2,000.00
To: 01-9200-999 Reserve for Transfer $94,800.00
From: 01-5401-348 Parks & Rec Board Support $94,800.00
To: 01-9200-999 Reserve for Transfer $22,000.00
From: 01-5401-507 Pavilion Support $22,000.00
To: 01-9200-999 Reserve for Transfer $15,300.00
From: 01-5401-548 Center of Town $15,300.00
To: 03-5101-723 Motor Vehicles $16,000.00
From: 03-9200-999 Reserve for Transfer $16,000.00
A motion was made by Mr. Tackett with second by Mr. Hoffman to approve the bills as
presented and the following hand checks: WalMart/General $661.38, Lowe’s/General
$215.17, Lowe’s/General $192.56, Lowe’s/Road $18.97, Lowe’s/Jail $328.79,
Tucker,Yocum,Wilson/General $2000.00, Ky Uniforms/General $521.60, Amber
Hoffman/General $13.40, Josh Hutchison/General $37.69, Margie Jones/General $10.00,
Teddy Porter/General $10.00, Don Whitlock/General $10.00, Dave Willis/General $8.88.
Court voted unanimous.
Mr. Williams read Pay Resolution #5 for Riding for Hope. $6,000.00 will go to CEDA.
A motion was made by Mr. Parker with second by Mr. Lyons to approve the payment.
Court voted unanimous.
Magistrates received fiscal year-end quarterly reports.
A motion was made by Mr. Parker with second by Mr. Tackett to decline both bids that
were previously received for the detention center roof repairs. Court voted unanimous.
Sheriff fees for June were presented in the amount of $38,738.56.
Sheriff Hampton explained that the Sheriff’s Department/Scott County Fiscal Court was
awarded a vehicle last year. The car is at Clark’s Towing Company where they have
accumulated storage fees in excess of $1,500.00. Sheriff Hampton recommends that
Clark’s Towing Company keep the vehicle in exchange for a zero balance. A motion was
made by Mr. Hughes with second by Mr. Hoffman to declare the vehicle junk and to
surrender title possession. Court voted unanimous.
Mr. Williams read Resolution 2011-8; A RESOLUTION OF GEORGETOWN/SCOTT
COUNTY, KENTUCKY AUTHORIZING THE JUDGE/EXECUTIVE TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR AND, UPON APPROVAL, TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT
WITH THE KENTUCKY OFFICE OF HOMELAND SECURITY (KOHS), TO
EXECUTE ANY DOCUMENTS WHICH ARE DEEMED NECESSARY BY KOHS
TO FACILITATE AND ADMINISTER THE PROJECT AND TO ACT AS THE
AUTHORIZED CORRESPONDENT FOR THIS PROJECT. A motion was made by Mr.
Lyons with second by Mr. Livingston authorizing Judge Lusby to sign the resolution for
this grant opportunity. Court voted unanimous.
A motion was made by Mr. Prather with second by Mr. Lyons to approve the Whitlock
Electric Service Contract. Whitlock Electric will provide two preventative maintenance
checks on the weather sirens; all parts will be purchased by the EMA Department. The
cost of this contract is $5,670.00. Court voted unanimous.
A motion was made by Mr. Tackett with second by Mr. Prather to approve Sherry Bishop
as Assistant Director receiving the fifty percent step-up in pay. She was successful as
interim for three months. Court voted unanimous.
Planning Commission Engineer, Brent Combs discussed the road dedication request for
Seahawk Trail, such conversation continues from recent meetings. After discussing the
old ordinance versus the new ordinance; Mr. Combs pointed out that the risk for damage
on Seahawk Trail is minimal because there are only two houses left to be built. A motion
was made by Mr. Prather with second by Mr. Tackett to accept this road as an exception
to the ordinance only if the developer agrees to submit a letter of credit for ten percent of
the full cost of the project. Court voted unanimous.
County Clerk, Rebecca Johnson stated that the reapportionment commissioners would
have the magisterial district report ready on or around July 15, 2011. The court decided to
hold a special meeting in order for the reports to be distributed and marked received. The
tentative date for this meeting is July 19, 2011 at 6:30 pm.
Mr. Parker applauded the road department on behalf of the Sadieville City Commission
and residents of Sadieville. They thanked Road Supervisor, J.R. Brandenburg and his
staff for assisting in the park improvements project.
Being no further business the meeting was adjourned.