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					May 11, 2010

The Dallas County Board of Supervisors met in regular session pursuant to board rules
with Chairman Hanson, Supervisor Golightly and Supervisor Ockerman present. Others
present: Connie Kinnard-Operations Administrator, Wayne Reisetter-County Attorney,
Joni Fagen-HR Director, Mike Wallace-Conservation Director, Shannon Rollings-
Executive Assistant, Bill Clark-Maintenance Director, Todd Noah-IS Administrator,
Melinda Harney-Administrative Assistant, Kim Chapman, Corey Munson and Bob
Eschliman-Dallas County News and Janelle Oneal-Auditor’s Office.

Item 1: Call to Order
Chairman Hanson called the meeting to order at 9:30 a.m.

Item 2: Open Forum
No one present to speak in open forum.

Item 3: Approve Agenda

Motion by Golightly and seconded by Ockerman to approve the agenda. All ayes.
Motion carried.

Item 4: Consent Agenda
       A) Courthouse Renovation Claims
       B) Supervisors Minutes from 5/4/2010
       C) Payroll & Disbursements from 5/7/10
       D) Gus Construction Proposal
          Culver Rehabilitation F-60 East of Redfield
       E) Receive Departmental Report
          Sheriff’s Report April 2010
       F) Drain Claim #101A
       G) Fireworks Permit Application
          Dean Osborne

Motion by Ockerman and seconded by Golightly to approve the consent agenda. All
ayes. Motion carried.

Item 5: Disc/Action re: Payroll Change Notices
Joni Fagen-HR Administrator presented information on the payroll change notices.

EMS
Jerod Schenimann-hired PT EMT-B $11.36/hr.
Request to hire-PT EMT-B $11.36/hr.

SECONDARY ROADS
Eric Mensen-seasonal-termination
Request to replace-seasonal help $9.50/hr.
Micheal Hodson-seasonal hire $9.50/hr.
Jeffrey Kenyon-seasonal hire $11.00/hr.
Request to replace-seasonal hire $11.00/hr.
Dennis Hochstetler-seasonal-termination

SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Jill Kempf-hired PT Dispatch $13.25/hr.
Jesse Quijas-Changed from PT to FT Jailer $14.50/hr.
Request to replace-PT Jailer
Request to replace-FT Jailer $14.50/hr.
Megan Keller-wage increase $13.68/hr.
Jarrod Calvert-wage increase $13.68/hr.
Lorena Cuevas-wage increase $13.68/hr.

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Motion by Ockerman and seconded by Golightly to approve the payroll changes for
EMS, Secondary Roads and Sheriff’s Departments. All ayes. Motion carried.

Item 7: Re Central Iowa Juvenile Detention Center was addressed before the Public
Hearing of Item 6.

Item 7: Disc/Action re: Central Iowa Juvenile Detention Center 28E Agreement

Tony Reed from the Central Iowa Juvenile Detention Center presented information
concerning the 28E Agreement between the Detention Center and Dallas County. The
Agreement would provide juvenile detention services which would include lodging,
transportation, tracking & monitoring, drug testing, and afterschool activities with a
diverse staff. County Attorney Reisetter expressed concerns that the agreement should be
more detailed. Discussion was held concerning liability issues and whether the facility
has to meet license standards. Reed responded that they do have to meet licensing
regulations. Dallas County would be an affiliate as opposed to a member under this
agreement.

Motion was made by Supervisor Ockerman and seconded by Chairman Hanson to
approve the Central Iowa Juvenile Detention Center 28E Agreement and authorize the
Board Chairman to sign with Golightly requesting more discussion. Golightly felt some
issues needed to be described more fully in the agreement. Motion was made by
Ockerman and seconded by Hanson to approve the 28E Agreement with Central Iowa
Juvenile Detention Center with suggested language changes by County Attorney
Reisetter. All ayes. Motion carried. Call for vote of the original motion was made by
Ockerman and seconded by Hanson. All ayes. Motion carried.
Item 6: 9:45 a.m. Disc/Action re: Public hearing Jail Mat Service & Cleaning Chemical
Agreement

Public Hearing began at 10:22 a.m for an agreement between CintAs and the Dallas
County Sheriff’s Office for mat rental service/cleaning and the purchase of cleaning
products for cleaning the jail showers and floors. Shannon Rollings, Executive Assistant,
explained that the showers and the floors were in need of deep cleaning after many years
of heavy use. The agreement is for the cleaning products only and not for cleaning
service of the floors and showers. Agreement would be for 36 months with an addendum
that the agreement can be changed every 12 months.

Motion by Supervisor Ockerman and seconded by Supervisor Golightly to close the
public hearing.

Motion by Supervisor Ockerman and seconded by Supervisor Golightly to approve and
authorize the Sheriff to enter into an agreement with CintAs to provide mat cleaning
services and cleaning chemicals for the jail. All ayes. Motion carried.


Item 8: Disc/Action re: Land Exchange Offer Agreement

Mike Wallace-Conservation Director explained that this would be a land exchange
between Dallas County and David P. Mickelson for the Wetland Bank Project.

Motion by Ockerman and seconded by Golightly to approve the exchange offer
agreement with David P. Mickelson. All ayes. Motion carried.

Item 9: Conservation Update
Delayed until after Wells Fargo Presentation.


Item 10: Disc/Action re: Resolution 2010-0039 Tax Suspension

Motion by Supervisor Golightly and seconded by Supervisor Ockerman to approve the
following Resolution:

                              RESOLUTION 2010-0039

WHEREAS, Iowa Administrative Code Section 427.9 provides that taxes should be
suspended upon the following home due to Medical Assistance received either by SSI,
State Supplementary Assistance, or Live in a Health Care Facility, and the Dept. of
Human Services is participating in paying for the care of the individual owning said
home, and

WHEREAS, the real estate listed comes within such terms of said Iowa Administrative
Code Section;
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
OF DALLAS COUNTY, IOWA that: All taxes, regular and special, penalties, interests
and costs for the attached listed real estate be and are hereby suspended for the following
stated property:

                                     Kathleen Norbom
                                    1906 Walnut Street
                                    Granger, IA 50109
                                    Owner # 004108900
                                     Taxes: $1192.00

                        (Notice of Decision from DHS attached)

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the suspension be effective now and in the future
until this notice is revoked or the property is sold.

AYE                                                  NAY
Mark A. Hanson, Chairman
Brad Golightly, Member
Bob Ockerman, Member

Dated this 11th day of May, 2010.

ATTEST: Gene Krumm, Dallas County Auditor



Item 11: Disc/Action re: Board Appointments
        A) Resolution 2010-0038 Weed Commissioner

Motion by Supervisor Ockerman and seconded by Supervisor Golightly to approve the
following Resolution:

                               RESOLUTION 2010-0038

WHEREAS, the Dallas County Board of Supervisors are required to appoint a County
Weed Commissioner per the Code of Iowa, Chapter 317.3 annually,

THEREFORE BE AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED by the Dallas County Board of
Supervisors to appoint James Uthe, 25693 141st Street, Bouton, Iowa, 50039,
Phone#(515) 993-5868 Ext. 210 as Dallas County Weed Commissioner with a salary of
$4,346.00 for a 6 month period and necessary travel expenses for a period not to exceed 6
months.
This appointment shall be effective April 1, 2010, and he shall perform the powers and
duties of County Weed Commissioner during the period of April through September,
2010, or as authorized by the Board of Supervisors. Compensation shall be for actual and
necessary expenses incurred while carrying out the duties of the Weed Commissioner.

AYE                                                 NAY
Mark A. Hanson, Chairman
Brad Golightly, Member
Bob Ockerman, Member

Dated this 11th day of May, 2010.

ATTEST: Gene Krumm, Dallas County Auditor

Items 12 & 13 are delayed until after the Wells Fargo presentation.

Recess: 10:30 a.m.
Resume: 10:47 a.m.

Item 14: 10:30 a.m. Wells Fargo Procurement Card Presentation

Presentation began at 10:44 a.m.
Presenters:    Jim Sheriff-Business Relationship Manager
               Gordon Guthrie-Treasury Management
               Heidi Eckert- purchasing card consultant (on phone)

Heidi explained by phone and on-line presentation, how the purchasing card program can
work for county departments. This would speed up bill paying by allowing for paper
reduction, reduction in postage expenses and time processing bills. Cathy Copeland-
Secondary Road, Mike Wallace-Conservation Director, and Brenda Peshell-Deputy
Auditor had questions and concerns about the purchasing card process.

Recess: 11:56 a.m.
Resume: 12:11 p.m.

Item 12: Disc/Action Re: Board Room Multi Media Proposals
Delayed until after Item13

Item 13: Facilities Update
Delayed until after Wells Fargo presentation.
Bill Clark, Maintenance Director, reported that there has been a water line break under
the floor in the DHS building. He has spoken with the owner and agreed to coordinate
the repair. The break shuts down two bathrooms. The Board wanted to know if the
owner should be responsible for paying for the repairs. County Attorney Reisetter had
looked at the lease and determined this expense should fall to the owner of the building.
Clark also noted that he has started the process of getting the Courthouse dome and clock
face repaired.

Item 12: Disc/Action re: Board Room Multi Media Proposals
Delayed until after Wells Fargo presentation.
Todd Noah presented two proposals for a multi media system for the Board Room.

   AVI Systems, Inc. of Urbandale for $35,065.00
   Pratt Audio-Visual & Video Corporation for $41,938.00

Plans are basically the same except for a mobile document camera with the AVI proposal
and a stationary one with Pratt Audio. Both are reputable companies. Discussion was
held concerning whether the Board would need the monitors listed in the proposals.
Chairman Hanson asked if the proposals included a camera for broadcasting board
meetings. Noah responded that was not included.

Motion by Ockerman to accept the AVI proposal without the six monitors and seconded
by Golightly for discussion. Golightly asked about warranty. Noah responded that the
equipment would have 1 yr. warranties. All ayes. Motion carries.

Item 9: Conservation Update

Mike Wallace, Conservation Director, noted that Wetland Banking instrument has gone
through the first review by the Army Corps of Engineers. It needs some minor changes
mostly in the area of mitigation process. He estimates the process should be finished in
month and a half to two months.

Wetland Bank 28E Agreement – Wayne is working on a lengthy agreement that can be
used by any entities. He advised the Board to hold a public hearing to approve.

Motion by Ockerman and seconded by Golightly to set a hearing for the Wetland
Mitigation 28E Agreement for Tuesday, May 25, 2010, at 9:30 a.m. All ayes.

Other items of discussion:
Bike Trail receipts divided with Greene & Guthrie Counties
Dayton House-contractor has begun work on it
Glissman Project-original contractor backed out so lining up another
Foundation Dollars
Reap Dollars

Item 15: Board Reports
Mark reported that Ed Butler had resigned from the Aging Resources Advisory Council
and replacement needs to be appointed.

Item 16: Other Business
No discussion.
Item 17: Motion to Adjourn
Motion by Ockerman and seconded by Golightly to adjourn. All ayes. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 1:10 p.m.

Gene Krumm, Dallas County Auditor                Mark A. Hanson, Chairman

				
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