The July 8, 2014 meeting of the Honorable Clay County Board was called to order at 6:00 p.m. by Sheriff Deputy Steve Spitzner.
The Pledge to the flag was led by Deputy Steve Spitzner.
The blessing was led by Brad Harris.
The roll was called: Present: Sue Pettit, Chairman, Mike Spitzner, Brad Harris, Jerry Britton, John Weidner, Chris Rinehart, Ted Whitehead, Ron King, David Johnson, Mary McCollough, Janice Brooks, Thomas Butcher, and Bryan Knapp
Absent: Mike Rinehart
Chairman Petitt acknowledged guests and there was one agenda change due to the absence of Sheriff Myers there will be no Personnel Executive Session under the Sheriff’s agenda items. There was one agenda change.
Motion by Brad Harris, Seconded by Mary McCollough, to approve the agenda as it stands. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Motion by Jerry Britton, seconded by Tom Butcher to approve the County Board minutes of June 10,
2014. Motion carried Voice Action.
Motion by John Weidner, seconded by Ted Whitehead to approve the action of the Claims Committee. Motion Carried.
Additionally, the claims committee will meet next week to review closed session minutes and employee timesheets.
Motion by Tom Butcher, Seconded by Chris Rinehart to approve Election Judges as presented for the next 2 year term. Motion Carried. Voice Action
Chairman Pettit presented the 911 Report in written form.
Motion by Tom Butcher, Seconded by Ron King to approve the Coroner’s Semi Annual Report as presented by Coroner Wes Miller. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Motion by Tom Butcher, Seconded by Brad Harris to approve the Semi Annual report of the Soil and Water Conservation District as presented in written form by C.R. Smith. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
There was no Board of Health Report available to present.
The Sheriff’s Report was presented in written form by Deputy Spitzner.
Motion by Tom Butcher, Seconded by Brad Harris to approve a Resolution for sale of County owned property. Motion Carried.
WHEREAS, the Board of Clay County had determined that certain real property was surplus and of no use to the county and should be sold. The County caused a Notice of Sheriff’s Sale to be published that the County of Clay County would be auctioning twenty (20) acres of ground June 7, 2014 at 9:00a.m., with the right to reject any and all bids and to select and award the bidder whose bid it felt was in the best interest of the County, with said property being described as:
The west half(W 1/2) of the southwest quarter (SW ¼) of the southwest quarter (SW ¼) of Section33 (TN5), Range 6 East (R6E) of the 3rd Principal Meridian, Clay County, Illinois, and containing twenty (20) acres more or less.
Subject to a Grant Right- of –Way Easement dated August 8, 1996 and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Clay County, Illinois as Document #115,693 and as extended by a Quit Claim Deed dated March 20,2014 and Recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Clay, Illinois as Document #182,818. Subject to prior mineral reservations, exceptions, conveyances of record, oil and gas leases, easements and right- of – ways grants of record; and,
WHEREAS, all terms of sale were set out in the Notice of Sheriff’s sale publication; and,
WHEREAS, following the Sheriff’s Sale June 7, 2014 at 9:00 a.m., a Memorandum of the Sale was entered into between Sue Petitt, on behalf of the Board of Clay County, Illinois, with the high bidders at the sale, Richard Buenuing and Albert Buening, for the total price of Twenty Eight Thousand ($28,000.00) Dollars, of which ten percent (10%), or Two Thousand Eight Hundred ($2,800.00), has already been paid as earnest money, and deposited with Seller to be applied to the purchases price.
IT IS THEREBY ORDERED that Sue Petitt, as Chairman of the Clay County Board, is hereby authorized to sign a Quit Claim Deed on behalf of the County of Clay, selling any and all interest the County of Clay has in such real property to Richard Buening and Albert Buening.
IT IS THEREBY FURTHER ORDERED that the balance of the purchases price, Twenty Five Thousand, Two Hundred ($25,200.00) shall be collected by Sue Pettit at the time of the real estate closing on behalf of the County of Clay, and deposit such funds with the Clay County Treasurer.
DATED this 8th day of July , 2014.
BOARD OF CLAY COUNTY, ILLINOIS
BY: S/ Sue Pettit .
CHAIRMAN SUE PETITT
S/ Brenda Britton .
BRENDA BRITTON, COUNTY CLERK
Motion by Jerry Britton, Seconded by Mike Spitzner to approve contract with Franklin County Detention. Motion Carried.
CONTRACT FOR TRANSPORTATION AND DETENTION SERVICES
This agreement is voluntarily made and entered into by Franklin County through the Franklin County Juvenile Detention Center, hereinafter referred to as the Center and Clay County, hereinafter referred to as the “Home County.”
Whereas the Home County is unable to provide detention services for alleged or adjudicated delinquents or juveniles certified for trial as adults pursuant to the Illinois Criminal Code, the Center agrees to provide, but is not limited to, the following transportation services:
1. Upon notification and receipt of Detention Screening Instrument, Detention Authorization For, and Court Order or Police Report, the Center agrees to respond as soon as practical to the needs of the Home County but agrees to arrive at the Home County Sheriff’s Department within a maximum period of six hours. IN KEEPING WITH FEDERAL MANDATES, WE WILL NOT BE TRANSPORTING JUVENILES HELD OVER 6 HOURS. All individuals will be transported to and from the Home County Sheriff’s Department unless otherwise stipulated and agreed herein.
2. Prior to our transportation unit transporting, it will be requited that any juvenile that is under the influence of alcohol, drugs, ill or injured be examined by a licensed physician before being accepted for transportation. In addition, those who stated they have consumed alcohol or drugs within the last eight hours will not be transported without being examined by a licensed physician. That the Home County is required to make the initial detention decision based on the criteria established in the Illinois Juvenile Court Act. That any detention decision made by the Home County must be made by a Probation Officer assigned to the Home County.
3. Transportation services between the Home County Sheriff’s Department and the Franklin County Detention Center for any court hearings, medical needs, or other required treatment of the detainee in custody.
4. Upon notification of termination of the detention, the detainee will not be returned to the Home County unless otherwise notified.
5. Transportation will be provided within the guidelines of the Illinois Department of Corrections.
6. The Center agrees to provide adequate security during any needed transportation.
a. A vehicle completely equipped for the safety and security of the juvenile and officers. This will include appropriate radio and/or transmitting equipment and a completely fitted and secure protective cage.
b. Appropriate hand and leg restraints to be utilized routinely to ensure safety and security for the juveniles and officers.
7. No transportation charge to the Home County if the youth status is predjucatory.
Franklin County Juvenile Detention Center will transport Post-Dispositional juveniles, but the home county will be billed. The fee will be $11.00 per hour for each Transportation Officer, plus the accepted state rate per mile. If a Post-Dispositional juvenile is transported with a Pre-Dispositional juvenile, to and from the same county there would be no fee.
Franklin County Juvenile Detention Center personnel will transport committed juveniles to the Illinois Department of Corrections at Warrenville and Harrisburg if the committing county so desires. The fee to transport a minor to Warrenville is the accepted state rate per mile plus officer costs. The fee to transport t a minor to Harrisburg is a flat fee of $65. All transports will be leaving from the Franklin County Juvenile Detention Center and all will be transported at the discretion of the Superintendent of the Center, taking into consideration (1) weather conditions, (2) availability of insured vehicle, and (3) paperwork is in order. Prior to transport, the committing county will mail all necessary documents to their appropriate facility. Prior to transportation, Franklin County will verify that all paperwork is in order.
This agreement does not prevent the committing county from transporting their own juveniles to the Department of Corrections.
We reserve the right to refuse to transport any and all juveniles.
8. The aforementioned services provided by Franklin County Juvenile Detention Center are contingent upon an insured vehicle being available to transport and/or funds being made available to the Center for the transportation of juveniles by the Department of Human Services and/or the Illinois Juvenile Justice Commission. If for any reason the insured vehicle is not available to transport and our grant funds to the Center from the Department of Human Services and/or the Illinois Juvenile Justice commission for the transportation of juveniles are terminated, canceled depleted, and/or fail the guidelines established by the appropriate funding source and/or that the proper paperwork has not been conveyed to the appropriate facility, the Franklin County Juvenile Detention Center will not be required to transport.
The Center agrees to provide the following services:
1. Twenty-four hour intake services.
2. Emergency room care and emergency dental services as needed. The Home County will be responsible for the cost of the services provided.
3. Medical screening by the registered nurse on staff at the Center. Over the counter medication shall be provided while prescription medication will be charged to the Home County.
4. Psychological/Psychiatric/Substance Abuse testing when ordered by the Court. Please allow for four (4) weeks for testing to be completed. The psychological/Psychiatric/Substance Abuse testing will be billed to the Home County unless the county is eligible for Redeploy Illinois funding (Second Judicial Circuit only).
5. Therapy by a mental health professional as needed by the detainee will be provided as determined by the H Group.
6. An education program that meets the guidelines of the Illinois Department of Corrections, the Illinois Orphanage Act and the Illinois Department of Education.
7. A daily program of physical exercise and activities both indoor and outdoor, weather permitting.
8. Nondenominational religious services.
9. Access to a juvenile by Probation Officers, court personnel, attorneys, Department of Human Services or other professional agencies on a need basis.
10. A regular visiting policy.
11. A standard schedule for phone contact with family.
12. A mail policy that complies with DOC regulations and encourages contact with family.
Minors that the Center agrees to accept under this agreement are:
1. Minors allegedly delinquent as defined in 705ILCS 405/5 and pending detention, adjudication and dispositional hearings.
2. Minors eligible to be sentenced to a county detention facility for up to thirty (30) days per charge.
3. Minors eligible to be placed in a county detention facility as part of a probation order for treatment.
4. Minors eligible to be held in a county detention facility pending prosecution as an adult.
5. Minors eligible to be held in a county detention facility as part of a contempt of court order or warrant.
6. Minors eligible for and ordered to (for up to 180 days) participate in and to complete a residential Methamphetamine Treatment Program (see below).
Six beds are still available on a separate non-secure portion of our facility. These beds are used to house youth while court-ordered psychiatric, psychological, mental health, substance abuse, and/or sex offender assessments are completed. “Status Offenders” may also be housed in this portion of the facility.
The Detention Center will not accept status offenders, including, but not limited to, runaways and curfew violators.
A pre-existing eight bed wing at the Detention Center will house a residential methamphetamine treatment program. If eligible, youth may be ordered to a maximum of 180 days of residential treatment. An additional 180 days of community-based aftercare will also be provided upon completion of the residential component of the program.
The center will not refuse a detainee because of mental capacity, suicidal tendency, medication requirements or drug or alcohol dependency unless the needs of the detainee cannot be met at the Center. The Home County agrees to notify the Center of these conditions during the initial contact for pick up.
The Center and the Home County agree to provide a contact person available on a 24 hour basis. The Center’s contact person is identified as a detention supervisor and can be contracted at the Center at (618) 438-2222.
The Home County’s contact person will be Curtis Leib, CMO Clay County Probation
And can be contacted at (618)665-3060
Any initial detention decision prior to a detention hearing must be made by a Probation Officer assigned to the Home County.
Sharing and dispersion of information will be in compliance with the Juvenile Court Act.
The Center reserves the right to refuse admission to a detainee if no bed is available.
All detainees will be held at a per diem rate of $100.00. Any portion of a 24-hour day that a detainee is housed will result in a full day’s charge. Any medication prescribed by a licensed physician for a juvenile while detained at the Center will be charged to the Home County. The estimated cost of repair for deliberate damage to center property/equipment by a detained juvenile will be billed to the Home County. Any major or serious damage will be referred to the Franklin County State’s Attorney Office for prosecution. The Home County will be billed immediately after the juvenile is released or every 30 days of detainment unless other arrangements are made.
If any litigation arises from this contract or any of the services or payment obligations under this contract are not fulfilled the parties mutually agree that Franklin County, Illinois shall be the sole proper venue for any litigation and do hereby consent to being sued in Franklin County, Illinois. The Home County hereby expressly waives any right to claim venue in the courts of the Home County and any right to object to Franklin County as the proper venue in which suit against it may be brought.
The Home County hereby agrees that in the event suit must be brought against it to collect sums owed under this contract or for services rendered by the Franklin County Juvenile Detention Center, that it shall be liable for any and all attorney’s fees and costs incurred by Franklin County in bringing such action, if the Franklin County is successful in bringing such suit.
This agreement begins on July 1, 2011 and terminates on June 30, 2012. This contract may be extended on mutual written agreement of the parties. This agreement may be terminated by either party by notification of such in writing and delivered by Certified Mail at least 30 days prior to the proposed termination date.
Independent Contract. Nothing in this agreement shall be considered to create the relationship of employer and employee or principal and agent between the parties hereto. In the performance of this agreement, the Center shall act as and shall be deemed at all times to be an independent contractor.
Severability. This agreement and all provisions hereof is intended to be severable. This agreement contains all the terms and conditions agreed upon by the parties hereto, and no other agreements, oral or otherwise, regarding the subject matter of the agreement, shall be deemed to exist or bind any parties hereto.
The undersigned parties cause this contract to be executed.
Home County Authorized Signature
Clay County Board Chairman
Shawn Freeman, Superintendent
Franklin County Juvenile Detention Center
Probation Officer Curtis Leib presented the Probation report in written form.
Motion by Tom Butcher, Seconded by Dave Johnson to approve the transfer of funds to the Social Security Fund. ($15,000 from County Corp).Motion Carried.
Treasurer Jana Tolliver presented her reports in written form.
Motion by Bryan Knapp which was seconded by Janice Brooks, to approve the low bidder, Perry County Construction Company from Herrin, Illinois, for the amount of One Hundred Thirty-Five Thousand Five Hundred Twenty-Two and 00/100 ($135,522.00) for replacement of the Wolfe Bridge on Jaeger Lane, Louisville Township, Sec 12-07123-00-BR. Motion Carried. Voice Action
Motion by John Weidner, which was seconded by Ted Whitehead, to rescind Bridge Aid Petition 07(09-1) in Pixley Township. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Motion by Brad Harris, which was seconded by Bryan Knapp, to approve Bridge Aid Petition 14(09-1) in Pixley Township. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Motion by Tom Butcher, which was seconded by Ron King to approve Bridge Aid Petition 14(02-1) in Blair Township. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Motion by Brad Harris, which was seconded by Janice Brooks, to approve Bridge Aid Petition 14(03-1) in Clay City Township. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Motion by Mary McCollough, which was seconded by Bryan Knapp, to approve Bridge Aid Petition 14(09-2) in Pixley Township. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Motion by Dave Johnson, which was seconded by Mike Spitzner, to approve Bridge Aid Petition 14(09-3) in Pixley Township. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
County Engineer Mike Quandt presented the Highway Department Report in written form.
Motion by Jerry Britton, Seconded by Janice Brooks to amend the previous acceptance motion of the bid for the bid for the Ambulance Typel purchase from Demers. (Current bid approval is for a 2014 F350 4X4 for $148,000; amending to a 2012 F450 4X4 for $143,500.) Motion Carried
Motion by Bryan Knapp, Seconded by Tom Butcher for Kaci O’Dell to be removed from the SHAZAM account and add Mike Hobbs and Luke Czyewski for approval by the Clay County Board. Motion Carried.
Motion by Brad Harris, Seconded by Ron King to approve the appointment for the following health professionals: Motion Carried. Voice Action
James Cowger, APN Specified Professional Affiliate
Lucas Zumbahlen,RN Specified Professional Affiliate
Stuart Richards, RN Specified Professional Affiliate
Michael Klingler, MD Active Pediatrics
Provisional to Full Courtesy
Michele Hartke, APN Specified Professional Affiliate
Melissa McGettigan, MD Courtesy Teleradiology
Stephanie Swope, MD Courtesy Teleradiology
Matthew Donaldson, MD Courtesy Teleradiology
David Spicer, MD Courtesy Teleradiology
Chester Harrison, MD Courtesy Teleradiology
Circuit Clerk Crystal Ballard presented her report in written form.
Motion by Tom Butcher, Seconded by Chris Rinehart to approve a Resolution to increase the Circuit Clerk Automation Fee. Motion Carried.
WHEREAS, by means of a Resolution passed and approved on August 12,2003, by the Clay County Board, it was determined that an automation fee was to be collected by the Clay County Circuit Clerk in the amount of $15.00; and
WHEREAS, Chapter 705, Act 105, Section 27.3(a) now provides that in all counties having a population of not more than 500,000 inhabitants, the Clerk of the Circuit Clerk may charge and collect a court automation fee of not less than $1 nor more than $25.00, to be charged and collected by the Clerk of the Court.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF CLAY COUNTY, ILLINOIS that the automation fee to be assessed by the Circuit Clerk for shall be and is hereby increased to $25.00
Dated this 8th day of July , 2014.
BOARD OF CLAY COUNTY, ILLINOIS
s/ Sue Pettit .
Chairman Sue Petitt
s/Brenda Britton .
Clay County Clerk
Motion by Tom Butcher, Seconded by Chris Butcher to approve Kemper CPA to assist with budget preparation. Motion Carried.
Motion by Bryan Knapp, Seconded by Jerry Britton to approve an increase for Election Judge pay to $125.00 per day plus $25.00 with schooling. Motion Carried.
Finance Committee Chairman Tom Butcher reported that work will be starting on budget preparation.
Chairman Pettit presented the ROE Report of Official Acts. This report is available in the County Clerk’s Office for review.
Chairman Petitt extended sympathies to the Dennis Grahn family, citing appreciation for his service to the county with audits and budget preparation.
Board Member Chris Rinehart took a moment to thank employees for the good job they do and that they are appreciated.
Motion by Bryan Knapp, Seconded by Chris Rinehart to adjourn. Time: 6:40 PM. Motion Carried. Voice
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 AIR CONSTRUCTION IMPROVMENTS TO CO BUILDINGS 2207.46
2 AMEREN CIPS PROB, JAIL, CH, HWY-UTILITIES 443.56
3 AIG CORONER- TOXICOLGY 180.00
4 AYERS, JAMIE JAIL- PHONE, SHERIFF-OVERTIME 234.10
5 BALLARD, CRYSTAL CIRCUIT CLERK- MISC 120.15
6 BOYD, JERRY MISC EXPEN FOR INDIGENTS 800.00
7 BRIGHT, BARRY ATTY FEE FOR INDIGENTS 479.30
8 BRITTON, BRENDA CO CLK- MISC, CO BOARD SEC FEES 173.56
9 BYERS PRINTING COMPANY CO CLK- RECORD BOOKS 133.37
10 BYRD, ASHTON JAIL –PHONE, SHERIFF- OT 236.92
11 CARTRIGHT, ADAM JAIL- OT, SHERIFF- TRAINING 1287.96
12 CELLULARONE ESDA- PHONE 41.19
13 CHET’S ELECTRIC REPAIRS TO CO BUILDING 542.32
14 CHILDERS, JEREMY SHERIFF- OT, JAIL- PHONE 220.15
15 CIT CH RECORDS- DEBT RETIRMENT 162.88
16 CLAY CO. CONSERVATION PROG SOIL CONSERVATION PROGRAM 5000.00
17 CLAY COUNTY HEALTH DEPT MISC & CONTINGENCIES 48.00
18 CLAY COUNTY REPUBLICAN S OF A- PUBLICATION, ADMIN- EXPENS, 1170.10
JAIL & ELECTION- SUPPLIES
19 CITY OF FLORA ESDA- RENT 275.00
20 CNA SURETY S OF A & SHERIFF- SUPPLIES 90.00
21 COLCLASURE, DERRICK JAIL- OVERTIME& TRAINING 745.51
22 CONKLIN, TERA PROBATION- TRAVEL 451.43
23 COUNTY BOARD MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD MEETING 2675.81
24 DAVE’S AUTO TECH SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT 337.37
25 DICKEY NYAL REVIEW ASSESSMENT ROLLS- EXPEN & SALARY 54.45
26 FANCHER, PHILLIP BAILIFFS 467.20
27 FAYETTE COUNTY COURTS- SHARE CHIEF JUDGES OFFICE 344.79
28 FELDHAKE, MARK SHERIFF-OVERTIME, JAIL PHONE 645.76
29 FLEET ONE PROB- TRAVEL 248.81
30 FRANK & BRIGHT FUNERAL HOMECORONER- OFFICE EQUIP EXPENS 100.00
31 GFI DIGITAL CH RECORD- DEBT RETIRMENT 18.60
32 GOODIN ASSOC CIRCUIT CLK- MISC 600.00
33 GREENWOOD, PAT JAIL- OT , TRAINING 1676.46
34 GREENWOOD, TOM BAILIFFS 584.00
35 GROSS, WILLIAM BAILIFF, JAIL- OVERTIME, TRAINING 2348.98
36 GROVES, TONY JAIL- OVERTIME , TRAINING 1340.36
37 GUINN, YVONNE FEES OF REGISTAR OF VITAL RECORDS 130.00
38 HASTINGS, JACK REVIEW ASSESSMENT ROLLS- EXPEN & SALARY 58.90
39 HEAVEN’S MIST WATER CH- SUPPLIES, PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPEN 66.00
40 HEUERMAN, CORY SHERIFF-OVERTIME, JAIL-PHONE 227.35
41 HICKOX, JOHN ATTY FEES FOR INDIGENTS 162.50
42 HOMEFIELD ENERGY JAIL, CH, PROB- UTILITIES 853.14
43 IL CORONERS & MEDICAL ASSOC CORONER- EDUCATION 450.00
44 IL SECRETARY OF STATE S OF A- SUPPPLIES 20.00
45 IL SHERIFF’S ASSOC SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPEN 320.00
46 IL STATE’S ATTY ASSOC ST. ATTY- TRAINING 350.00
47 IL STATE BAR ASSOC PUBLIC DEFENDER- OTHER EXPEN 327.00
48 INDOFF CIRCUIT CLK- SUPPLIES & MISC 75.96
49 JACOB JACOBI CORONER- AUTOPSY 3475.00
50 KESSLER, HUGH REVIEW ASSESSMENT ROLLS- EXPEN & SALARY 58.90
51 KNAPP OIL CO SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT 386.53
52 LAMB, EDDIE REVIEW ASSESSMENT ROLLS- EXPEN & SALARY 60.68
53 LARRY’S GARAGE SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT 422.30
54 LEWIS, ELAM SHERIFF- OVERTIME JAIL- PHONE 400.30
55 LINDA’S CLEANING SERVICE HWY- UTILITIES 65.00
56 LOUISVILLE POSTMASTER SHERIFF & COURTS- SUPPLIES 270.19
57 MANATRON TREASURER- SUPPLIES 37.19
58 MENARDS IMPROVMENTS TO CO BUILDING 154.74
59 MILLER OFFICE EQUIPMENT PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPEN, ST ATTY- SUPPLIES 299.99
60 MILNER, CHAD SHERIFF-OVERTIME, JAIL-PHONE 415.00
61 MUNICIPLE UTILITIES JAIL, CH, HWY, PROB-UTILITIES 1065.27
62 MURBARGER, DALE VICTIM/WITNESS COOR- SALARY 3687.50
63 MYERS, ANDY JAIL- PHONE 40.00
64 PERRY’S SMALL ENGINE PURCHASE NEW EQUIPMENT 199.99
65 PHILLIPS, RAYMOND SHERIFF- OVERTIME, JAIL- PHONE, BAILIFFS 895.42
66 QUILL ELECTION- SUPPLIES 15.29
67 RICHLAND COUNTY SHERIFF JAIL- HOUSING OF ADULTS 1596.00
68 RICOH SHERIFF- SUPPLIES 125.00
69 ROSS INFORMATICS SERVICES ELECTION & S OF A COMPUTER TAX SERVICES &MISC 359.40
70 SECRETARY OF STATE SHERIFF- SUPPLIES 10.00
71 SOUTH CENTRAL FS SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT 4341.04
72 SPITZNER, STEVEN JAIL PHONE 40.00
73 THOMSON REUTERS TREASURER- SUPPLIES, ST. ATTY- DUES, SUBSCRIPTION 156.00
74 TOLLIVER, JANA TREASURER- MISC 65.90
75 TUNGATE, MARK ATTY FEE FOR INDIGENTS 512.50
76 WALMART CH- PURCHASE OF EQUIP, JAIL- DIET & CARE PRISONERS, 850.67
77 WAYNE COUNTY PRESS SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPEN 400.00
78 WTCI CH, JAIL, HWY-PHONES 1694.05
79 ZIMDARS REPAIRS TO CO BUILDINGS 2884.00
TOTAL PAID CLAIMS $54,510.25
1. ACT AUTOMOTIVE SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT 10.00
2. ADVOCATE PRESS REVIEWING ASSESSMENT ROLLS- EXPENS 60.45
3. COMMUNICATION REVOLVING FUND JAIL- PHONE 498.55
4. DBS DISPOSAL JAIL & HWY- UTILITIES 120.00
5. HARR’S ACE HARDWARE CH- SUPPLIES 249.98
6. HEARTLAND PEST CONTROL REPAIRS TO COUNTY BUILDING 170.00
7. INDOFF S OF A-, ST. ATTY, PROBATION, CIRCUIT CLK 1677.34
CH RECORDS -SUPPLIES,
8 LORENZ SUPPLY CH- SUPPLIES 264.14
9. MIKES FOOD MARKET JAIL- DIET & CARE FOR PRISONERS 1891.03
10. RAY O’HERRON CO INC JAIL & SHERIFF- UNIFORMS, SUPPLIES 771.83
11 ROBBINS SCHWARTZ NICHOLAS MISC & CONTINGENCIES 4100.00
12 ROSS INFORMATICS SERVICES S OF A- COMPUTER TAX SERVICES 939.10
13 SPRINT COMMUNICATION JAIL- TELEPHONE 449.91
14 TASER INTERNATIONAL JAIL- INCIDENTAL EXPENS 40.75
15 THOMSON REUTERS-WEST ELECTION- SUPPLIES 78.00
16 WIN MISC & CONTINGENCIES 67.00
17 YOUNG’S PIT STOP PLUS SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT 108.00
18 ZINK BUILDING CENTER PROB- INCIDENT EXPEN 35.54