The December 10, 2013 meeting of the Honorable Clay County Board was called to order at 6:00 p.m. by Sheriff Andy Myers.
The Pledge to the flag was led by Sheriff Myers.
The blessing was led by Brad Harris.
The roll was called: Present: Sue Pettit, Chairman, Mike Spitzner,Brad Harris, Jerry Britton, Janice Brooks, Thomas Butcher, John Weidner, Chris Rinehart, Bryan Knapp, Ted Whitehead, Ron King, David Johnson, and Mike Rinehart, Mary McCollough
Chairman Sue Pettit acknowledged guests and there were no agenda changes.
Motion by Ron King, second by Tom Butcher, to approve the County Board minutes of November 12, 2013. Motion Carried.
Motion by Mike Rinehart, seconded by Janice Brooks to approve the action of the Claims Committee. Motion Carried. 13 Yes 1 Nay
Claims Committee Chairman Mike Rinehart noted that the Claims report does not include salaries, regular payroll. These are not vouchered claims, thus not included. Additionally, the claims report does not include insurance or employee deductible payments.
Rinehart also noted that the claims report included a claim for $200,000.00 towards IMRF Accelerated Payment, for the Fiscal Year 2014 Budget.
Clay County Clerk Brenda Britton presented her semi annual report in written form.
There was no 911 report available.
Coroner Wes Miller presented his report in written form.
There was no Health Department report available. Residents were urged to get flu shots, still available at the Health Department.
Motion by Mike Rinehart, Seconded by Brad Harris to award the Sheriff’s Department Fuel bid to South Central FS, low bidder. ($2.72/ gallon) (December 1, 2013 to November 30,2014) Motion Carried. 12 Yes 2 Abstain
Motion by Chris Rinehart, Seconded by Brad Harris to approve the purchase of Heating / AC for Probation Department ($13,000 to replace entire system). Motion Carried.
Sheriff Myers provided an update on squad cars for his department. Myers was able to substitute the previously approved vehicle purchase for a demo at less money. Myers will continue to improve the fleet throughout the year.
Sheriff Andy Myers presented his report in written form.
Chairman Pettit commended the Sheriff’s Department for the tremendous job they do.
Additionally, Myers gave an health update on Flora Police Officer Guy Durre and retired officer Greg French.
Chief Probation Officer Curtis Leib presented the Probation Department report in written form.
Circuit Clerk Ballard presented her report in written form.
Treasurer Jana Tolliver presented her semi annual report. Additionally, Tolliver presented reports regarding the County’s Investment Policy and Balance Sheet.
Motion by Jerry Britton, Seconded by Tom Butcher, that the Chairwoman of the County Board be authorized to execute the Agreement for County Engineer’s Salary (BLR 09220) with the State of Illinois acting by and through its Department of Transportation, transferring Federal Surface Transportation Program funds to the County Motor Fuel Tax Fund, in an amount not to exceed 50% of the County Engineer’s salary for calendar year 2014. Motion Carried
Illinois Department Agreement for County
Of Transportation Engineer’s Salary
This agreement, by and between the DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION. State of Illinois, hereinafter called the DEPARTMENT, and the COUNTY OF CLAY , of the State of Illinois, hereinafter called the COUNTY.
WHEREAS, the COUNTY has elected to use the Illinois Association of County Engineer’s / Illinois Department of Transportation’s recommended salary schedule to determine the County Engineer’s annual salary/ and has agreed that the minimum salary shall be at least ninety- five (95%) of the recommended salary:
WHEREAS, the County desires to transfer Surface Transportation Program funds to the DEPARTMENT in return for State funds to be used by the COUNTY to pay a portion of the County Engineer’s salary, an amount not to exceed fifty percent(50%) of the County Engineer’s annual salary:
NOW THEREFORE, for and in consideration of the convenants and agreements herein contained, the parties agree as follows:
THE COUNTY AGREES:
1. That will provide the DEPARTMENT with a resolution passed by the County Board authorizing the transfer of the COUNTY’s Surface Transportation Program Funds to the State for an equal amount State Funds.
2. That it will deposit the State funds in the COUNTY’s Motor Fuel Tax account.
3. An annual resolution appropriating funds for the payment of the County Engineer’s annual salary shall be submitted to the DEPARTMENT along with the resolution authorizing the amount of Surface Transportation Program funds to be transferred.
4. To maintain, for a minimum of 3 years after the completion of the contract, adequate books, records and
supporting documents to verify the amounts, recipients and uses of all disbursements of funds passing in conjunction with the contract; the contract and all books, records and supporting documents related to the contract shall be available for review by the DEPARTMENT and/or Auditor General and to provide full access to all relevant materials. Failure to maintain books, records and supporting documents required by this section shall establish a presumption in favor of the STATE for the recovery of funds paid by the STATE under the contract for which adequate books, records and supporting documentation are not available to support their purported disbursements.
THE DEPARTMENT AGREES:
1. To accept the COUNTY’s Surface Transportation Program funds and make an equal amount of State funds available to the COUNTY for deposit in the COUNTY’s Motor Fuel Tax account.
2. That payment of the State funds to the COUNTY will be made each year upon receipt of the COUNTY’s resolution transferring their Surface Transportation Program funds and appropriating their Motor Fuel Tax or other funds for payment of their County Engineer’s salary.
IT IS MUTUALLY AGREED:
1. That the agreement shall remain in full force and effect for a period of six years from the date of execution unless terminated by either party upon 30 days written notification by either party. The agreement shall be temporarily suspended during any period the COUNTY does not have sufficient Surface Transportation Program funds available to be transferred.
2. Obligations of the STATE shall cease immediately without penalty or further payment being required if, in any fiscal year, the Illinois General Assembly or applicable Federal Funding source fails to appropriate or otherwise make available funds for the purpose contemplated herein.
Executed by the COUNTY this 10th day of December , 2013 .
Clay County, State of Illinois, acting by and through its County Board.
Chairwoman of the County Board
Executed by the DEPARTMENT this day of , .
STATE OF ILLINOIS, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
Director of Highways
Motion by Tom Butcher, Seconded by Mike Spitzner that the County Clerk be authorized to certify the Resolution (BLR 09221), for the Section 14-CS025-00-AC appropriating the salary for the County Engineer to be 100% of the IDOT recommended salary for calendar year 2014. Partial salary payment of Forty- Three Thousand Seven Hundred and 00/100 Dollars ($43,700.00) will be made from Road and Bridge Fund and authorizes the same amount to be transferred from Federal Surface Transportation Program through IDOT into the County Motor Fuel Fund. Motion Carried
Illinois Department Resolution Appropriating Funds
Of Transportation for the Payment of the
County Engineer’s Salary
Section No. 14-CS025-00-AC
WHEREAS, the County Board of Clay County has adopted a resolution establishing the salary of the County Engineer to be $84,400 100% percent of the recommended salary for the County Engineer as determined annually by the Illinois Department of Transportation, and
WHEREAS, the County Board of Clay County has entered into an agreement with the Illinois Department of Transportation for transfer of federal funds to pay one- half of the salary paid to the County Engineer.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Clay County Board that there is hereby appropriated, the sum of Forty- Three Thousand Seven Hundred & 00/100 dollars $(43,700.00) , from 1/1/2014 to 12/31/2014 , and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Clay County Board hereby authorizes the Department of Transportation, State of Illinois, to transfer Forty- Three Thousand Seven Hundred & 11/100 dollars ($43,700.00) of Federal Surface Transportation Program Funds allocated to Clay County to the Department of Transportation in return for an equal amount of State funds.
I, Brenda Britton , COUNTY CLERK in and for said County of Clay in the State of Illinois, and a keeper of the records and files thereof, as provided by statute, do hereby certify the forgoing to be a true, perfect and complete copy of a resolution adopted by the County Board of Clay County, at its adjourned meeting held at Louisville, Illinois on December 10, 2013 .
I certify that the correct TIN/FEIN number for Clay County is 37-6000605 Legal Status: Governmental.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said County at my office in Louisville, IL , in said County, this 10th day of December 2013 .
Motion by Chris Rinehart, Seconded by Tom Butcher that the County Engineer be authorized to execute the Roadway Repair and Maintenance Agreement between Clay County, Harter Township Road District, and Strata- X, Inc. Motion Carried.
ROADWAY REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT
This ROAD REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT (this “Agreement”) is made and entered into
this the _____ day of December, 2013 by and among Clay County, an Illinois County (the
“County”), Harter Township Road District (the “Road District”), and Strata-X, Inc. (the “Operator”).
The Operator, County and Road District are sometimes referred to herein individually as a “Party”
and collectively as the “Parties”. The term “Operator’s Representative(s)” shall include the Operator’s contractors, subcontractors, agents, employees, suppliers and designees. The term “Authority”
shall include either the County and/or the Township Road District. This agreement shall terminate November 30, 2013, unless approved by all parties. The Clay County Engineer shall be the Authority’s representative to legally draw from the Bond, if required.
WHEREAS, the County and Road District have control of the several county/township roads within Harter Township, in Clay County, Illinois and are required by law to keep such roads in good repair;
WHEREAS, the Operator is the operator of certain oil and gas leasehold, and intends to develop and operate the Raccoon Creek #1 HOR, including the equipment, facilities, impoundments, and pipelines necessary for the operation of the Illinois Department of Natural Resources permitted oil and gas well known as the Raccoon Creek #1 HOR (hereinafter collectively referred to as “Development Site”) located in Harter Township, in Clay County, Illinois;
WHEREAS, the Operator intends to commence use of approximately 2.5 miles of Hickory Hill Lane, a County road, 1.5 miles of Bob White Road, a Road District road, 1.5 miles of Silverbell Lane, a Road District road, and 0.5 miles of Mangrove Road, a Road District road, said roads collectively referred to within as the “Development Route,” and said Development Route is shown in Exhibit A. The purpose of the Development Route is to provide ingress to and egress from the Development Site, for traffic necessary to the purpose of the construction of a well location, drilling, operating, and maintaining an oil and gas well, and completion operations and any further operations the Operator sees fit at the Development Site (hereinafter referred to collectively as “Development Activity”);
WHEREAS, in connection with the Development Activity on the Development Site, the Parties desire to address certain issues relating to the roads and bridges owned, operated, and maintained by the County and the Road District along the Development Route, and to provide for the repair and maintenance of roads and bridges on the Development Route which may be required as a result the Operator’s Development Activity, should any such impact manifest, it being referred to hereinafter as the “Development Impact”;
WHEREAS, 605 ILCS 5/9-113 grants to the appropriate local highway authority, the right to impose reasonable rules, regulations and specifications for the use of Roads by public and private utilities; 605 ILCS 5/9-113.01 imposes a liability on public or private utilities for any damage to local highways; 625 ILCS 5/15-316 allows the proper local authority to prohibit or impose weight limitations on the operation of trucks or vehicles of a certain weight, size or type (known as “Restricted Equipment”) deemed necessary; 605 ILCS 5/5 et seq. provides that the County has broad power regarding the opening, construction, maintenance, relocation, access to or repair of highways in the County system; and 605 ILCS 5/6 et seq. provides that the Road District has broad power regarding the opening, construction, maintenance, relocation, access to or repair of highways in the Road District highway system;
WHEREAS, the Operator, the County and Road District wish to set forth their understanding and agreement as to the Development Impact as a result of the Development Activity;
WHEREAS, in the best interest of the public health, safety and welfare the Operator, County and the Road District have reached an agreement addressing the majority of issues that will arise with the Operator’s use through Development Activity of the Development Route which may result in Development Impacts;
WHEREAS, the Operator has provided to the County Engineer of Clay County a site layout plan for the Operator’s activities that shows the locations of entrances, pad developments, pipelines, tank locations, well sites, and any other related information pertaining to Development Site and Development Route (“Exhibit “A”); and
NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the good faith performance by each Party of the mutual covenants hereinafter set forth, and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, the Operator agrees to the maintenance and repair of the Development Route, to their pre-Development Activity condition, to the extent to which repairs are consequential to the Development impacts.
ALL PARTIES FURTHER AGREE to the following additional terms and conditions:
1. In no case shall the Operator or Operator’s Representatives utilize any roads with “RESTRICTED EQUIPMENT” for Development Activity ingress or egress that is not along the Development Route, without prior written permission from the Authority.
2. During the term of this Agreement roads shall be maintained by Operator for damages caused by the Development Activity, at the Operator’s sole expense, throughout the term of this Agreement, to a level consistent with the safe and navigable use of the roads as determined by the Operator and the Authority.
3. Operator agrees that at its sole expense it shall document the condition of the Development Route prior to any Development Activity via videotape, photograph, and/or other means. Any documentation of the Development Route prior to any Development Activity shall be promptly provided to the County and Road District, who will maintain a copy on file until such time as the bond discussed in the following paragraph is released. The Operator shall give the County and Road District two (2) days notice prior to the documentation of the Development Route.
4. Prior to the Drilling Activity on the Route, the Operator shall post a bond, cash deposit or other surety in a form satisfactory to the proper Authority to cover the costs of Development Impact caused by the Development Activity on the Development Route by Operator. The amount of the bond or surety shall be in an amount no greater than Twenty-Eight Thousand & 00/100 DOLLARS ($28,000.00) average per mile, secured for the completion of the permanent repairs and restoration under 8. b. i, ii, iii, and iv. If the Authority is required to enact 8.d., the Operator SHALL be required to increase bond amount to cover any and all costs to provide the interim repairs of the damage created by the Operator. Further when the bond, cash deposit, or other surety is established in a form satisfactory to the proper Authority it shall be accompanied by a proper form of assignment of the monetary instrument to the Authority, in form satisfactory to the proper Authority, which restricts the Operators ability to withdrawn funds before the Authority releases them and allows the Authority to drawn on the funds in the event of the Operators default.
5. This agreement is entered in to as a condition to irrevocable privilege of the Operator for the Development Activity on the entire Development Route, and Operator shall receive from Authority the irrevocable privilege to prosecute such for the term of this Agreement, unless suspended as outlined below. In the absence of other requirements, all motor vehicles to be utilized by Operator hereunder, whether owned by Operator or others, shall comply with all legal size, load and weight limits in accordance with State Law or local ordinance, and all non-conforming vehicles shall require the proper local permit or local third party approval.
6. Operator shall furnish the Authority all necessary contact information, including a twenty four (24) hour emergency contact number, for the authorized local representative of the Operator, and such information shall be maintained and kept current at all times concerned hereunder.
7. With regard to Development Activity utilizing any of the roads covered by this agreement, the Operator, its contractors, subcontractors and all respective agents, employees, representatives, etc. shall be responsible for placing and maintaining signage in compliance with applicable provisions of the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices and shall install the appropriate signage along the Development Route for the Operator and Operator’s Representatives to follow, including but not limited to no less than four (4) signs on roads that are not included in the Development Route, in order to notify the Operator and Operator’s Representatives that Development Activity is not allowed on said excluded roads. If Authority determines that any additional traffic signage is reasonably needed, or desired, as a result of this Agreement and in the interests of safety, then the Authority will give reasonable notice to that Operator and Operator shall provide for such signage at Operator’s sole expense. In the event that any other safety concerns should arise during the course of this Agreement, Operator and Authority agree that they will mutually discuss such concerns and reach a resolution satisfactory to all concerned in a timely manner, however such discussions will not result in a suspension or delay of access to the Development Route or of Development Activities.
8. DAMAGES AND REPAIRS:
a. Periodically, the Authority shall inspect the Development Route to ensure it is safe and navigable and to ensure that no Development Impacts have occurred that would inhibit safe use.
b. If any County or Township Road is damaged by Operator, its contractors, subcontractors or their respective employees, agents, representatives, etc., Operator shall promptly repair such damage. Subject to considerations of safety, the presence of emergency conditions, and the cost of such repairs, any permanent repair and restoration shall commence and be completed promptly by Operator within no less than three (3) months following the conclusion of Development Activity. The repairs shall consist of the following where applicable to repair Development Impacts:
i. Grading of gravel roads and drainage ditches and the application of additional gravel on roadway and seeding of disturbed earthen areas.
ii. On oil & chip roads that have experienced movement of the roadway surface, shall be scarified, pulverized, compacted, reshaped and receive the application of a new A-2 bituminous surface. (In accordance with IDOT’s Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction.) Grading of drainage ditches and seeding if disturbed.
iii. Pothole filling
iv. Culvert Repair
c. Following completion of such repair, the County Engineer, Township Road Commissioner and Operator shall jointly inspect the repair to confirm that it has been completed to the reasonable satisfaction of the County Engineer to at a minimum the condition of the Development Route prior to the start of Development Activities based on the videotape, photograph, and/or other means used prior to Development Activity to record the condition of said Development Route. Upon the satisfaction of the Authority, the Authority shall within five (5) days issue to the Operator a letter stating such and upon receipt of said letter by Operator this Agreement shall be automatically terminated in whole.
d. FAILURE TO REPAIR: If Operator fails to repair any damage to county or township roads and bridges/culverts as required by any portion of this Agreement during its term, the Authority, acting collectively or independently, may request in writing that Operator perform such repair. If Operator fails to commence work on such repairs within five (5) days of such written notice or fails thereafter to maintain reasonable progress in the performance of such repairs, the Authority may draw on the bond established by the Operator to complete the repairs on the Operator’s behalf. The Authority may then order said repairs to be made by the Authority or by a contractor chosen by the Authority. All bills related to the repair work shall be promptly paid for by the Operator through its established bond. Should at any time the established bond contain an insufficient amount of funds to cover the repairs then the Authority shall directly invoice the Operator for the shortfall. If for any reason the Operator fails to pay bills related to the repair work the Authority shall be entitled to seek legal relief.
9. Operator shall protect, save, indemnify, and hold the Authority, its officials and employees harmless from any liability, claims, damages, penalties, charges, or costs which may arise or be claimed by the Operator, its contractors, subcontractors and all respective agents, employees, or any of the Operator’s representatives, as a result of any violations of any laws or ordinances, or any loss, damage or expense, including injury or death to any person, from any cause or causes established to be the direct result of Development Impact to the Development Route.
10. Operator assumes all liability for subcontractors and or agents working on Operator’s behalf.
11. This Agreement shall be binding upon Operator and Authority, and their respective successors and assigns.
12. In the event that any clause, provision or remedy in this Agreement shall, for any reason, be deemed invalid or unenforceable, the remaining clauses and provisions shall not be affected, impaired or invalidated and shall remain in full force and effect.
13. Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of Illinois.
14. The Operator may not assign, directly or indirectly, all or part of its rights or obligations under this Agreement without the prior written consent of the Authority, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed.
15. The work performed to public roads under this agreement shall constitute a public improvement and therefore Operator may be required to pay prevailing wages to all contractors and subcontractors employed in the construction of this improvement.
16. This Agreement shall take effect upon all signatures of all Parties affected below.
Clay County Engineer, Michael Quandt Date Chief Financial Officer for Strata- X, David Hettich Date
Harter Township Road Commissioner, Jim Tackitt Date
County Engineer Mike Quandt presented the Highway Department report in written form.
Motion by Bryan Knapp, Seconded by Dave Johnson to approve the Capital Request for the Domostic Hot Water Heater. (Hospital). Motion Carried. 13 Yes 1 Abstain
Motion by Jerry Briton, Seconded by Tom Butcher to approve the credit card name change to James Veach. (Hospital). Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Motion by Janice Brooks, Seconded by Bryan Knapp to approve permission for Luke Czyzewski, Staff Accountant, inquiry access to the bank account. ( Hospital). Motion Carried
Chairman Pettit made the following committee appointments: (replacement for Jesse James resignation)
Janice Brooks- Executive Finance Committee
John Weidner- Claims Committee (moving Pettit as an alternate)
Chris Rinehart- Strategic Planning Committee
Tom Butcher- Insurance Committee
John Weidner- Liquor Commision
Motion by Bryan Knapp, Seconded by Ted Whitehead to ratify the chairman’s appointment of Juanita Hubble to the Clay County Housing Authority for a 5 year term, ending December 10, 2018. Motion Carried. Voice Action
Motion by Ron King, Seconded by Tom Butcher to approve the 2014 Board Meeting Dates and Times. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
2014 CLAY COUNTY BOARD MEETING DATES
SECOND TUESDAY OF THE MONTH AT 6:00P.P.M.
JANUARY 14 JULY 08
FEBRUARY 11 AUGUST 12
MARCH 11 SEPTEMBER 09
APRIL (Thursday) 10 OCTOBER 14
MAY 13 NOVEMBER (Thursday) 13
JUNE 10 DECEMBER 09
CLAIMS- MONDAY PRECEDING BOARD MEETING
(EXCEPTION: TENTATIVE DATE FOR CLAIMS OCTOBER 10TH)
Chairman Petitt stated that, Brenda Britton, as Clerk of the County Board, is FOIA officer. Pettit is considering the appointment of an Open Meeting Act officer to help guide board meetings and OMA compliance. Board Member Rinehart noted that board members are required to take open meeting act training . Chairman Petitt felt it might be beneficial to schedule an OMA class through the Extension office. Board Member Ted Whitehaed mentioned that Clay County Township Organization may be planning on hosting an OMA training and he will check on it. Chairman Pettitt urged board members to speak up, welcoming suggestions, questions and comments.
Motion by Ted Whitehead, Seconded by John Weidner to adjourn . Time: 6:40 PM. Motion Carried. Voice Action
Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the County Board:
Your Committee on Paid Claims would beg leave to report that they have examined all claims presented to them, and recommend the payment of the following, and that the Clerk be directed to issue orders on the County Treasurer to the Claimants for the several amounts allowed, as follows, to wit:
No. Names of Claimants For What Amount of Claim
1 ADVOCATE PRESS S OF A -PUBLICATION,SHERIFF- INCID EXPE 3184.50
2 ALLEN, STACEY COUNTY CLERK- MISC 35.60
3 AMEREN PROB,JAIL,CH HWY,-UTILITIES 322.29
4 AMEREN ENERGY MARKETING CH-PROB,JAIL- UTILITIES 674.18
5 ANDTHONY’S SHERIFF- INCID EXPEN 255.14
6 AMERICAN INST OF TOXICOLOGY CORONER- TOXICOLOGY 210.00
7 ARNOLD, ASHLEY S OF A- TRAVEL 8.74
8 AYERS, JAMIE JAIL-OT,PHONE, 266.80
9 BALLARD, CRYSTAL COURTS- SUPPLIES 127.40
10 BARBECK CORONER- SUPPLIES 57.50
11 BRIGHT, BARB CORONER- OFFICE & EQUIP EXPEN 100.00
12 BRISCOE SURPLUS SALES MISC. & CONTING 1158.48
13 BRITTON, BRENDA CNTY BOARD SEC FEES 65.00
14 BYRD, ASHTON JAIL- PHONE & OT, SHERIFF- OT,TRAINING 605.08
15 CELLULAR ONE ESDA- TELEPHONE 40.80
16 CHILDERS, JEREMY JAIL-PHONE OT, SHERIFF- OT, ILEAS, 2459.12
17 CLAY CO. COALITIONAGAINST DRUG CO MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM 2000.00
18 CLAY COUNTY HEALTH DEPART SOLID WASTE PLANNING/EDUCATION 1839.87
MISC & CONTING
19 CLAY COUNTY PROBATION COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH PROG 2000.00
20 CLAY CO. REHABILITATION MENTALLY DEFICIENT PERSON BOARD 37,600.00
21 CLAY COUNTY REPUBLICAN TREASURER, SOFA- PUBLICATION 1400.00
TREASURER, JAIL- SUPPLIES 22 CITY OF FLORA ESDA- RENT 275.00
23 COLCLASURE, DERRICK JAIL-OVERTIME, TRAINING 562.61
24 COMPUTYPE MISC & CONTIN 75.00
25 CONKLIN, TERA PROB- TRAVEL 201.54
26 COULTER, ANNA MAE REVIEWING ASSESS ROLLS- SALARY 3000.00
27 COUNTY BOARD MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD MEETING 2590.97
28 DALES AUTO SALVAGE SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPENSES 90.00
29 DBS HWY- UTILITIES 105.00
30 DUNIGAN, DAVETTA REVIEWING ASSESS ROLLS- SALARY 3000.00
31 ELLIOT, CHRISTOPHER PUBLIC DEFENDER- OTHER EXPEN 80.10
32 FANCHER, PHILLIP BAILIFFS 2228.68
33 FAST STOP FLEET PROB- TRAVEL 262.15
34 FELDHAKE, MARK JAIL-PHONE,OT- SHERIFF OT,TRAINING 1295.80
35 FLORA PRINTING COMPANY PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPENS 77.22
36 FRY, JIM ESDA- AUTO MAINT 100.00
37 GALLS JAIL- UNIFORMS 209.56
38 GLOBAL TECHNICAL SYSTEMS JAIL- MAINT TO EQUIP 2287.50
39 GROSS, WILLIAM BAILIFFS & JAIL- OVERTIME 2404.86
40 GROVES, TONY JAIL- TRAINING, OT 1005.09
41 HAGEN, DENA S OF A – TRAVEL 57.79
42 HAMILTON REPAIR SERVICES SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT 127.96
43 HASTINGS, JACK REVIEWING ASSESS ROLLS- SALARY 3000.00
44 HEARTLAND PEST CONTROL REPAIRS TO COUNTY BUILDING 170.00
45 HEAVEN’S MIST WATER CH-SUPPLIES, PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPENS 78.00
46 HECHT, JULIE STATES ATTRNY- TRANSCRIPT FEE 12.00
47 HEUERMAN, CORY JAIL- PHONE, SHERIFF- OT, UNIFORMS 1730.68
ILEAS, TRANSPORTING PRISONERS, TRAINIGN
48 ILLINOIS PUBLIC SAFETY AGENCY SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPEN 1662.00
49 INDEPENDENT TELOCM HWY- UTLILITIES, MISC & CONT 626.50
50 INDOFF STATES ATTNY,CIRCUIT CLRK,TREASURER 1737.35
JAIL, S OF A- SUPPLIES , PUBLIC DEF-EXPEN
PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPENS
51 JATAL JAIL- EQUIP MAINT 599.90
52 KIEFER LANDSCAPING REPAIRS TO CO BUILDING 275.00
53 KINCAIDS OIL SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT 2835.47
54 LEIB, CURTIS PROB- TRAVEL 75.89
55 LEWIS, ELAM SHERIFF- UNIFORMS OT- JAIL-PHONE, OT 1430.38
56 LEXIS NEXIS LEXIS ACCESS FEES 499.00
57 LINDA’S CLEANING SERVICES HWY- UTILITIES 65.00
58 LOGAN, KEVIN S OF A- TRAVEL 124.60
59 LOUISVILLE POSTMASTER SHERIFF- SUPPLIES, S OF A -POSTAGE 966.59
60 MCGEE, NANCY MISC & CONT 150.00
61 MILNER, CHAD JAILPHONE,-SHERIFF OT, TRAINING, 1233.01
62 MUNICIPAL UTILITIES JAIL,CH,HWY,PROB UTILITIES 1582.57
63 MURPHY CONSTRUCTION HWY- OFFICE EXPEN 2500.00
64 MYERS, ANDY JAIL-PHONE, SHERIFF-TRAINING, UNIFORMS 258.22
65 OFFICE PRODUCTS CENTER TREASURER- SUPPLIES 7.29
66 OUTBACK STORAGE PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPEN 70.00
67 PHILLIPS, BLAKE JAIL-OT & UNIFORMS 1434.03
68 PHILLIPS, RAYMOND JAIL-PHONE- SHERIFF OT, TRAINING 885.68
69 POWLESS, JOEL COURTS- ATTORNEY FEE INDIGENTS 187.50
70 PROFESSIONAL ID CARDS CORONER- SUPPLIES 24.35
71 QUILL ESDA- MISC. – ELECTION- SUPPLIES 211.72
72 RAY O HERRON JAIL- UNIFORMS,SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXP 9357.95
UNIFORMS, TRANSPORTING PRISONERS
73 RICOH SHERIFF- SUPPLIES 125.00
74 RKDIXON CH- RECORDS DEBT RETIREMENT 117.21
75 ROSS INFORMATION SERVICES S OF A COMPUTER TAX SERVICES 609.40
76 SACHUA, VICKIE PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPEN 28.26
77 SALEM TIRE CENTER SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT 584.38
78 SECRETARY OF STATE SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPEN 215.00
79 SERVPRO MISC. & CONTING 9469.52
80 SHIRT TALES SHERIFF & JAIL- UNIFORMS 160.00
81 SHORTY’S ELECTRIC MISC & CONTING 901.70
82 SOUTHERN IL COUNSELLING CENTER CO. MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM 20200.00
83 SPITZNER, STEVE JAIL- PHONE, OT- SHERIFF OT, UNIFORMS 2471.47
84 SUNURBAN EXTENDED STAY JAIL- TRAINING 1248.75
85 TECHNICAL PARTNERS STATES ATTRY, S OFA-COMPUTER TAX SERV4265.52
86 THE WEB CAFE JAIL – SUPPLIES 6.95
87 THOMPSON, LUPITA COURTS- ATTORNEY FEE FOR INDIGENTS 656.25
88 THOMSON REUTERS S OF A- PUBLICATION 800.00
89 TUNGATE, MARK COURTS- ATTORNEY FEE FOR INDIGENTS 1147.20
90 WAL-MART JAIL- DIET & CARE PRISON, SUPPLIES 987.06
PUBLIC DEFEND- EXPENS
PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPEN
91 WEIDNER, KRISTA PROB- TRAVEL 128.12
92 WOODS BASEMENT SYSTEMS PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPENS 129.00
93 WRIGHT AUTOMOTIVES SHERIFF- INCIDEN EXPENS,PURCHASE AUTO13830.00
94 WOOD, STEVEN JAIL- OT, TRAINING 960.75 95 WTCI CH, HWY, JAIL TELEPHONES 1826.72
96 YOUNGS PIT STOP SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT 30.00
97 ZIMDARS JAIL- MAINT TO EQUIP, PURCHASE OF EQUIP1001.74
SUPPLIES, CH- EQUIPMENT
98 ZINKS BUILDING CENTER COURTS- SUPPLIES 64.94
TOTAL: $ 170,202.95
1. BIBBERO SYSTEMS PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPEN 135.17
2. COMMUNICATION REVOLVING JAIL- TELEPHONE 498.55
3 FLEETONE LLC PROB- TRAVEL 180.59
4. GALLS SHERIFF-UNIFORMS 100.00
5 INDOFF PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPEN, CIRCUIT CLK 102.94
6 MENARDS PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPENS 198.00
7 MILLER OFFICE SUPPLY PROB- INCIDENTAL EXP 107.27
8 ROBBINS SCHWARTZ MISC & CONTINGENCIES 1050.00
9 SPRINT COMMUNICATION JAIL- TELEPHONE 449.91
10 UNITED COUNTIES COUNCIL OF IL UCC- DUES 150.00
11 WIN MISC & CONTINGENCIES 92.00
12 YOUNGS PIT STOP PLUS SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT 30.00
13 ZINKS BUILDING CENTER PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPEN 38.31
IMRF- EXCELERATED PAYMENT PER BUDGET $200,000.00