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									Page 26                         SUPERVISOR’S MINUTE BOOK 2009


February 23, 2009

       The regular meeting of the Board of Supervisors was called to order at 9:00 a.m. by the Chairman of
the Board in the Supervisor’s room of the Courthouse. Supervisors present were Vernon Venteicher, Todd
Nelsen and Bruce Nelson. Others present were Lisa Frederiksen, Joni Hansen, Jill Christensen, Mary Lou
Johansen, Anil Sharma, Becky Randeris, Larry Sorensen, Diane Jackson, Jill Christoffersen, Sara Gillen,
Todd Johnson, Melissa Thygesen, Jean Hinners, Duane Deist, Becky Marten, Diana Munch, Fran
Andersen, Brian Andersen, Bruce Haag and Ron Mullenger.
       The Chairperson called the meeting to order. Motion-Nelson Second-Nelsen to approve the agenda.
Vote-all in favor. Motion-Nelsen Second-Nelson to approve the minutes of the February 16, 2009 meeting.
Vote-all in favor. Motion-Nelson Second-Nelsen to approve the minutes of the February 20, 2009 meeting.
Vote-all in favor. Motion-Nelson Second-Nelsen to accept and place on file the MMP update for Farmers
Cooperative Credit Co., Lincoln 35. Vote-all in favor. Motion-Nelsen Second-Nelson to accept and place on
file the MMP update for Nelson Farms, Oakfield 28. Vote-all in favor.
       Recorder Mary Lou Johansen clarified to the Board that she had talked to Lyle Hansen and an
attorney that was involved with the real estate closing held on Friday, February 13 on which day the
courthouse closed at noon due to weather. Hansen had stated to the Board that he was not able to close a
real estate transaction and his buyer’s rate lock had expired. Johansen stated that the final search could
have been completed; the closing was held as scheduled and that the buyer did receive his locked in
interest rate. Johansen also stated that her office had notified the abstract office of the early closing due to
weather.
       Engineer Anil Sharma and Becky Randeris presented an easement for Jerry Riesgaard to be signed.
They discussed radios in need of replacement and also Secondary Roads will try selling used culverts on a
first-come first-serve basis. Diana Jackson, Jill Christoffersen and Sara Gillen discussed the case
management contract; sub-lease and repair work that needs to be done in the building. Todd Johnson and
Melissa Thygesen requested that the Board not make any hasty decisions regarding the work release and
room and board funds and would like six months to work on a plan for these funds. The Board questioned
Thygesen regarding her hours of work on the day the courthouse closed due to weather. Johnson stated
Thygesen follows the courthouse personnel policy. The Board stated they would only approve an 8 hour
day. Duane Deist asked about purchasing tires and the Board will talk to the Engineer and the mechanic.
Jean Hinners addressed the Board with questions she had regarding the MEI position and the training in St.
Louis that was required. Fran Andersen and Brian Andersen gave the attorney update. Brian questioned
the Valley Business Park agreement and Todd Nelsen answered his questions. Fran reviewed the
communications policy draft and also discussed the MEI contract. Bruce Haag and Ron Mullenger
corrected the Conservation FY10 budget and amendment to the FY09 budget.
       Motion-Nelsen Second-Nelson to approve a Class C Liquor License for the Greenbrier Golf Club.
Vote-all in favor. The Board tabled approving a resolution regarding non-dependant health coverage. The
Board discussed FY09 budget amendments. The Board then drafted a letter to Andersen Law Office
regarding health insurance coverage for part-time employee. Motion-Nelsen Second-Nelson to approve
Resolution 2009-08 as follows. Vote-all in favor.
                                           RESOLUTION 2009-08
WHEREAS, the County continues to engage in planning for the future; and
WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors gives careful consideration to various expenditures that are vital to
the county services provided and that are necessary in the future; and
WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors believes it is necessary to designate certain funds to assist in the
payment of these expenditures in the future; in preparation of the FY10 Budget
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED, by the Audubon County Board of Supervisors, that $150,000 designated in
the General Basic Fund budget for repair/replacement of the Courthouse exterior/elevator/flooring within the
next 2-5 years; and
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED, by the Audubon County Board of Supervisors, that $55,000 be reserved in the
General Basic Fund for sheriff reserved room & board/work release revenues to be spent per 356.7
(courthouse security equipment, law enforcement personnel costs, jail infrastructure or juvenile detention
infrastructure) as agreed upon by Board and Sheriff; and
BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED, by the Audubon County Board of Supervisors, that $35,000 for be designated
in the General Basic/Park Improvement Fund (a separate fund within the County’s General Fund) for the
park road/mower within the next five years.
     Passed and approved this 23rd day of February, 2009 with the vote thereon being as follows:
              Ayes: Venteicher, Nelsen, Nelson               Nays: None
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Board of Supervisors meeting
February 23, 2009 (continued)


/s/ Vernon Venteicher
Chairperson, Audubon County Board of Supervisors

     Attest:
/s/ Lisa Frederiksen
Audubon County Auditor

    There being no other business brought before the board, Motion-Nelson Second-Nelsen to adjourn at
4:32 p.m.



    /s/Vernon Venteicher                                    /s/Lisa Frederiksen
Chairperson, Audubon County Board of Supervisors          Audubon County Auditor

								
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