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Commissioners' Journal Oct. 23 PDF Print E-mail
Friday, November 01, 2013 10:03 AM

Commissioners’ Journal October 23, 2013

This 23rd day of October, 2013, the Board of County Commissioners met in regular session with the following members present: Fred Pieper, Tony Zartman, Roy Klopfenstein, and Nola Ginter, Clerk.

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

A motion was made by Mr. Roy Klopfenstein to go into executive session at 8:06 a.m. with the Paulding County Prosecutor to discuss legal matters. The motion was seconded by Mr. Fred Pieper. All members voting yea.

At 8:24 a.m. all members present agreed to adjourn the executive session and go into regular session.

 

IN THE MATTER OF AMENDING THE 2013 ANNUAL APPROPRIATION (FUND 162)

Mr. Tony Zartman moved to adopt the following resolution:

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of County Commissioners does hereby direct the County Auditor to amend the 2013 Annual Appropriation by appropriating the following in Victims' Assistance Fund (Fund 162), to-wit;

162-001-20121/Victims' Assistance/Salaries $6,914.40

162-001-20122/Victims' Assistance/PERS $ 968.04

162-001-20123/Victims' Assistance/Medicare $ 100.26

162-001-20124/Victims' Assistance/Workers' Compensation -0-

162-001-20125/Victims' Assistance/Health & Life Insurance $1,704.14

162-001-20126/Victims' Assistance/Other $ 182.88

162-001-20127/Victims' Assistance/Contract Help $ 137.49

162-001-20128/Victims' Assistance/Supplies -0-

162-001-20129/Victims' Assistance/Printing -0-

 

IN THE MATTER OF APPROVING THE REVISED FAMILY CHILDREN FIRST AND HELP ME GROW FY '14 BUDGETS

Mr. Tony Zartman moved to adopt the following resolution:

WHEREAS, on June 24, 3013, the Board of County Commissioners approved the Family Children First and Help Me Grow FY '14 budget; and

WHEREAS, due to funding and expense changes, Western Buckeye Educational Service Center has submitted a revised FY '14 budget for approval; now, therefore

BE IT RESOLVED, the Board of County Commissioners have reviewed and does hereby approve the revised Family Children First and Help Me Grow FY '14 Budgets for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2013, through June 30, 2014.

 

IN THE MATTER OF AWARDING BID FOR THE VILLAGE OF CECIL WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY PROJECT (FY 2012 CDBG RESIDENTIAL PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT GRANT PROGRAM)

Mr. Roy Klopfenstein moved to adopt the following resolution;

WHEREAS, three (3) proposals were received for the FY 2012 CDBG Residential Public Improvement Grant Program; Village of Cecil Wastewater Treatment Facility Project; and

WHEREAS, after review of the aforementioned proposals, the Village of Cecil and Maumee Valley Planning Organization has recommended bid be awarded to All Purpose Contracting Inc., Delphos; now, therefore

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of County Commissioners does hereby award the FY 2012 CDBG Residential Public Improvement Grant Program; Village of Cecil Wastewater Treatment Facility Project to All Purpose Contracting Inc., in the amount of $525,500.

 

IN THE MATTER OF ACCEPTING A QUOTE FOR LIGHTING IN THE COURTHOUSE AND COUNTY COURT BUILDING

Mr. Tony Zartman moved to adopt the following resolution;

WHEREAS, the lighting in the Paulding County Courthouse and the Paulding County Court Building currently have light fixtures that use T12 lamps; and

WHEREAS, T12 lamps are no longer being manufactured due to inefficiency; and

WHEREAS, Superior Energy Solutions, Ottawa, has provided quotes to replace the lighting in the two proposed locations, using existing wiring and replacing T-12 lamps with T-8 lamps, which will result in more efficient lighting, using fewer lamps and wattage; now, therefore

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of County Commissioners does hereby accept quotes #SES-8640A and #SES-8640B from Superior Energy Solutions in the total amount of $40,019.46, to replace the lighting in the Courthouse and County Court Building, as delineated on the Lighting Assessment included in the quotes; and be it

FURTHER RESOLVED, Superior Energy Solutions further agrees to complete the AEP Incentive Application per the AEP Incentive Program Rules.

 

MEETING NOTES OF APPOINTMENTS

Lou Ann Wannemacher, County Treasurer - Ms. Wannemacher noted she has received notification from OWDA a loan payment for the Auglaize Sewer Project will be due January 2, 2014. The payment will be $26,097.13 and will be made semi-annually. Ms. Wannemacher also presented bank fees for August.

 

Greg Bryant - Mr. Bryant met with the Commissioners at his request to discuss employment issues.

 

Vestel Schlegel - Mr. Schlegel met with the Commissioners representing the Emerald/Auglaize Fox Club. He explained the Fox Club does not have a well. They use a cistern for toilet purposes. He was requesting a variance to use a different schedule of sewer pipe. The Paulding County Health Department confirmed the cistern is not considered a water supply; therefore, no formal variance is necessary. The Paulding County Health Department emphasized if there is eventually a well dug, it must be at least 50 feet from the sewer line.

 

Ann Pease, Clerk of Courts - Ms. Pease met with the Commissioners for her regularly scheduled quarterly meeting. She presented various reports for the Commissioners' review. Reports included the activity on the checking account, showing fees collected; balance in the Title Fund; cross-county title report, and the legal office report. Ms. Pease reminded the Commissioners that the state provides and funds updates on her ATPS2 software system for the Title Office.

 

Shannon Maag, Superior Energy Solutions - Mr. Maag returned with an assessment of the County Court/CSEA building and the Sheriff's Office/Jail. He reported the Sheriff's Office already has the T-8 lamps in their fixtures. The County Court/CSEA building still has a few T-12 lamps that will need replaced. The Commissioners accepted Mr. Maag's bid (see resolution above).