October 14, 2014 Minutes

The October 14, 2014 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, Joe Goodman, , Janice Brooks, Thomas Butcher, John Weidner, Chris Rinehart, Bryan Knapp, Ted Whitehead,  Ron King, David Johnson,  Mike Rinehart, and Mary McCollough

                Absent: None

                Chairman Pettit acknowledged guest and there were no agenda changes.

                Chairman Pettit recognized and thanked new board member Joe Goodman, sworn in prior to the meeting.

                Motion by Ted Whitehead, Seconded by Brad Harris to approve the agenda as it stands. Motion Carried. Voice Action.

                Motion by Tom Butcher, seconded by John Weidner to approve the County Board minutes of September 9, 2014 Motion carried Voice Action.

                Claims Committee Chairman Mike Rinehart passed around copies of minutes from the September 8, 2014 claims committee meeting, noting a motion made during the Claims Committee meeting and approved requiring a Hospital Representative to attend with the actual Hospital claims.   Rinehart noted that the Hospital did not attend the October meeting to present Hospital claims.   Rinehart stated that Hospital claims could not be verified by just a report, but that the actual claims should be presented.

                Rinehart then made a motion to approve all the claims except the Hospital claims.

                Discussion ensued regarding a Resolution for the Cash Management Plan for the Hospital that was approved at the November 13,2007 Board meeting requiring that the Hospital shall provide reports and be available by phone for the claims committee meetings.  Rinehart stated he wants the policy reviewed and a discussion item at the November Board meeting.

Motion by Ron King, seconded by Mike Spitzner to approve paid and unpaid claims for the Clay County Hospital. Motion Carried. 11 Yes 3 No

The motion on the table by Mike Rinehart, seconded by Mary McCollough to approve all other paid and unpaid claims for the County. Motion Carried.

Chairman Pettit presented the 911 Report in written form.

Chairman Petitt thanked Barb Tackitt for being present to administer flu shots.

Additionally, Bard Tackitt presented the Board of Health Report in written form, encouraging everyone to get their flu shot.

Motion by Tom Butcher, Seconded by Bryan Knapp to approve repairs to the west wing of the Courthouse  Roof by IC Enterprises in the amount of $26,125, to be paid from funds set aside for Improvements to County Buildings. Motion Carried.

Motion by Brad Harris, Seconded by Mary McCollough to award the fuel bid for the period of December 1,  2014 to November 30, 2016, to FS South Central for $2.59/ gallon. Motion Carried.

Motion by Tom Butcher, Seconded by Chris Rinehart to approve the new Jail Software Management System, excluding the data conversion, for $32,000.  (Data Conversion will be additional expense.) Motion Carried.

Sheriff Myers provided an update on the purchase of a new squad car.  He will order now, with payment made in the next budget year.

Additionally, Myers presented the Sheriff’s Department Monthly Report in written form.

Myers noted that the construction of the new jail addition is going well and hopes to be under roof by the November meeting.

Curtis Leib, Chief Probation Officer presented his department report in written form.

Circuit Clerk Crystal Ballard presented her department report in written form.

Motion by Brad Harris, Seconded by John Weidner to approve the 2015 Holiday Schedule as presented. Motion Carried. Voice Action.

Treasurer Jana Tolliver presented her financial reports in written form.  Additionally, Tolliver reported that loans between funds this year have been repaid.  Also, 97% of Real Estate Tax has been collected with the 2nd Distribution being made to tax entities.  This year’s tax sale will be November 10th.

Motion by Ron King, Seconded by Dave Johnson to approve the Resolution to place the question of extending a special tax for highway purposes to be levied against all taxable property in Clay County.  Motion Carried.


BE IT RESOLVED that there be submitted at the General Primary Election to be held on February 2, 2010 the question of extending a special tax for highway purposes, to be levied against all taxable property in Clay County for the purpose of improving county highways 1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,14,16,18,19,20,22, and 23, pursuant to 605 ILCS 5/5-604. The annual rate percentage shall be .0833% of the value of the taxable property as equalized or assessed by the Department of Revenue, which tax shall be levied for a term of five years.

                DATED this 14th day of October 2014.

                                                                                                                COUNTY BOARD OF CLAY COUNTY,

                                                                                                                STATE OF ILLINOIS

                                                                                                                By:     S/Sue Pettit



                S/Brenda Britton                            

                Clay County Clerk

                Motion Carried. Voice Action.

Motion by Janice Brooks, Seconded by Mike Spitzner to approve Bridge Aid Petition 14(09-4) in Pixley Township.  Motion Carried.



TO:         County Board of Clay County, Illinois

                I request aid in the construction of Bridge Aid Project No. 14(09-4) in the Township of Pixley, Clay County, Illinois, and in support thereof submit the following:

                Name of Structure:                         Weidner Culvert

                Estimated Project Cost:                 $3,200.00

                Location of Works:                          Copper Ln, near Southeast (SE) Corner of the Northeast

                                                                                Quarter (NE ¼) of Section 12, T4N-R8E of the 3rd PM., Clay

                                                                                County, IL on TR-165 over Ditch.

                Existing Structure:                           Deteriorated CMP culvert.

                Construction Proposed:                                Remove existing structure and replace with a 36” diameter pipe

                                                                                Culvert with aggregate backfill.

                Type of Traffic:                                  Farm to market. This is a Motor Fuel Tax

                                                                                Section (TR-165) and a necessary artery for traffic. It is both a

                                                                                School bus route and U.S. mail route.

                The construction of the project shall be by the Clay County Highway Department, and per the resolution of the Clay County Board approved October 14, 2014

                The division of costs are estimated as follows:

                                                                County (50%)                     Township (50%)                               Total

Construction                                      $1,600.00                             $1,600.00                                             $3,200.00

                A portion of the County’s share of the project will be provided by in-house labor and equipment rental costs.

                I request you to issue certification of expediency for this project and appropriate the sum of $1,600.00 for its completion from County Bridge Funds available for such purpose. The township will appropriate the sum of $1,600.00 for use in this project.

                                                                                                                                Respectfully submitted,


                                                                                                                                Pixley Township Road Commissioner

Approved by the Clay County Board

This 14th day of October, 2014

                                                                                                                                Approved this 14th day of October, 2014

____________________________                                                     _________________________________

Clay County Clerk                                                                                             Clay County Engineer

Motion by Ted Whitehaed, Seconded by Tom Butcher to go to closed session for the following purpose:  Litigation, when an action against, affecting or on behalf of the particular public body has been filed and is pending before a court or administrative tribunal, or when the public body finds that an action is probable or imminent, with the basis for such finding being: (5ILCS 120/2 (c )(11); Time 6:40pm Motion Carried. Voice Action

Motion by Ted Whitehead, seconded by Tom Butcher to return to open session. Time 6:47pm.  Motion Carried. Voice Action

 County Engineer Mike Quandt presented the Highway Department Report in written form.

Motion by Dave Johnson, Seconded by Janice Brooks to approve the appointment for the following health professionals: Motion Carried. Voice Action

                Initial Appointments:

                Anton Dubrick, MD                                         Provisional Active Family Practice

                Dennis Swenie, MD                                        Provisional Active Family Practice

                Michelle Griggs, CRNA                                   Provisional Allied Health Anesthesia

                Kevin Allen, CRNA                                           Provisional Allied Health Anesthesia


                Haskell Nutgrass, CRNA                                 Provisional Allied Health Anesthesia

                Lisa Wichterman, MD                                     Courtesy Radiology

                Mary Ludolph, MD                                          Courtesy Radiology

                Patricia Whitworth, MD                                 Courtesy Radiology

                Robert Nordstrom, MD                                 Courtesy Radiology

                Russell Brueny, MD                                         Courtesy Radiology

                Ryan Watson, MD                                            Courtesy Radiology

                Syam Vasireddy, MD                                      Courtesy Teleradiology

                John Becker, MD                                              Courtesy Teleradiology

                Holly Novak, MD                                              Courtesy Cardiology

                Mansuri Ghani, MD                                         Courtesy Cardiology

                Maria, Perez, MD                                             Active Family Practice

Motion by Janice Brooks, Seconded by Mary McCollough to approve the Capital Request for Hospital Flooring from Hoedebecky Flooring, Inc., for a total cost of  $112,944.18. Motion Carried.

Motion by Chris Rinehart, seconded Tom Butcher to go to closed session for the following purpose:  (1) The appointment, employment, compensation, discipline, performance of dismissal or specific employees of the public body (5 ILCS 120/2 (c ) (1); Time 6:55pm.  Motion Carried. Voice Action

Motion by Tom Butcher, seconded by Mary McCollough to return to open session. Time 7:00pm. Motion Carried. Voice Action.

Motion by Tom Butcher, seconded by Chris Rinehart to approve Resolution Prior to Arbitration.  Motion Carried.



FMCS NO.:                                                          14-54433-A

GRIEVANT:                                                         Teamsters, Local 50

EMPLOYER:                                                         County of Clay and Clay County State’s Attorney

ISSUE:                                                                   Sick Leave


In full, final and complete resolution of the above- referenced matter, the parties agree as follows:

  1. The Union, Teamsters Local 50, and the grievants, Karen Phillips and Deanna Hamilton will agree to withdraw the above- referenced grievance based upon the terms set forth herein.
  2. The grievance shall be held in abeyance until the parties are able to initiate negotiations in 2015 over a successor agreement to the current 2012-2015 collective bargaining agreement, at which time the issue of sick leave accumulation will be addressed between the parties.  After the successor collective bargaining agreement is ratified, approved and executed by both parties, the Union will withdraw the above – referenced grievance with prejudice.
  3. If at any time  before the parties reach agreement over a successor collective bargaining agreement any bargaining unit employee is required to utilize more than 45 days of sick leave days, then the Union shall have the right to immediately reinstate the grievance and advance it to arbitration.
  4. The arbitration hearing over the grievance in this matter will be postponed with the arbitrator’s cancelation fee to be shared equally between the parties.
  5. This resolution is made without precedent or prejudice in the disposition of other cases and the terms of this resolution may not be utilized in any subsequent proceedings, except for the enforcement of its terms.


___s/ Sue Pettit         .                                                                                   

County of Clay                                                   Teamsters, Local 50

    s/ Marilyn Brant     .

 Clay County State’s Attorney                     DATED:______________

DATED: ____10-14-14_____


                Motion by Tom Butcher, seconded by Janice Brooks to approve the Work Comp/ Property Casualty Insurance Renewal with ICRMT, for FY 2015 Total amount $181,759.  Motion Carried.

                Motion by Tom Butcher, seconded by Dave Johnson to approve the Health Insurance renewal with HOPE TRUST, $794 monthly employee premium.  Motion Carried.

                Motion by Mike Rinehart, seconded by Tom Butcher to go to closed session for the following purposes:  (1) The appointment, employment, compensation, discipline, performance of dismissal or specific employees of the public body (5 ILCS 120/2 (c ) (1); (8) Litigation, when an action against, affecting or on behalf of the particular public body has been filed and is pending before a court or administrative tribunal, or when the public body finds that an action is probable or imminent, with the basis for such finding being: (5ILCS 120/2 (c )(11); Time 7:05pm. Motion Carried. Voice Action.

Motion by Mike Spitzner, seconded by Tom Butcher to return to open session. Time 7:15pm. Motion Carried. Voice Action.

Executive Finance Committee Chairman Tom Butcher presented the FY2015 Budget, to be laid open for public inspection.  The deficit budget reflects improvements that will be paid from other funds already set aside.

Motion by Tom Butcher, seconded by Ted Whitehead to approve Resolution regarding property number 01-01-017.  Motion Carried.


                WHEREAS, pursuant to the authority of 35 ILCS 516/35 the County of Clay, as Trustee for the Taxing Districts, has undertaken a program to collect delinquent mobile home taxes;

                WHEREAS, Pursuant to this program, the County of Clay, as Trustee for the Taxing Districts, has acquired an interest in the following described mobile home:



YR/SQ FT:1986/0164


As described in certificates(s) :NONE sold October 31,2011

Commonly known as: 5621 RIDGE RD

And it appearing to the Finance Committee that it would be to the best interest of the County to accept full payment of the delinquent taxes, penalties, interest, and cost from the owner of an interest in said property.

                WHEREAS, Jim Wilson,   has paid $1,241.56 for the full amount of taxes involved and a request for surrender of the tax sale certicate has been  presented to the Finance Committee at the same time it having been determined that the County shall receive $615.00 as a  return for its certificate(s) of purchase. The County Clerk shall receive $60.00 for cancellation of Certificate(s) and to reimburse the revolving account the charges advanced from this account. The remainder is the amount due the Agent for his services.

                THEREFORE, your Finance Committee recommends the adoption of the following resolution:

                BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF CLAY COUNTY, ILLINOIS, that the Chairman of the Board of Clay County, Illinois, be authorized to execute the cancellation of the appropriate Certificate(s) of Purchase on the above described mobile home for the sum of $615.05 be paid to the Treasurer of Clay County Illinois, to be disbursed according to law. This resolution to be effective for sixty (60) days from this date and any transaction between the above parties not occurring within this period shall be null and void.

                ADOPTED by roll call vote this 14th day of October, 2014.


       S/Brenda Britton                                                                                                                S/Sue Pettit

    CLERK                                                                                                                                                COUNTY BOARD CHAIRMAN


Motion by Mike Spitzner, seconded by Ron King to ratify the Chairman’s appointment of Jason Perry to the 911 Board, replacing Larry Carter. Motion Carried. Voice Action.

Chairman Pettit presented the ROE #12 Report of Official Acts, available for review in the County Clerk’s Office.

Motion by Brad Harris, Seconded by Mary McCollough to adjourn. Time: 7:20 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              ACT TIRE & AUTO                             SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT                                                                                  25.00

2              ADVOCATE PRESS                            ELECTION- SUPPLIES                                                                                       38.20

3              AMEREN CIPS                                    PROB, JAIL, CH, HWY-UTILITIES                                                                  956.67

4              ARNOLD, ASHLEY                             S OF A- TRAINING PROPERTY RECORDS                                                  66.28

5              AYERS, JAMIE                                    JAIL- PHONE, SHERIFF- OT                                                                            683.53

6              BALLARD, CRYSTAL                          CIRCUIT CLERK- MISC, COURTS- DUES                                                    276.22

7              BISSEY, ASHLEY                                 TREASURER- CLERICAL HIRE                                                                         720.00

8              BRITTON, BRENDA                           ELECTION- MISC, CO BOARD SEC FEES                                                    279.74

9              BUHRMANN, JULIE                         TREASURER- OVERTIME                                                                                                35.48

10           BYERS PRINTING COMPANY        CO CLK- RECORD BOOKS, MICRO –SUPPLIES                                        2759.39

11           BYRD, ASHTON                                  JAIL –PHONE, SHERIFF- OVERTIME                                                           124.68

12           CARTRIGHT, ADAM                         SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPEN                                                                      15.00

13           CELLULARONE                                   ESDA- PHONE                                                                                                    41.19

14           CENTRAL CIGAR                                                SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPENS                                                                    69.80

15           CHILDERS, JEREMY                           SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPENS, JAIL- PHONE                                        179.17

16           CIT                                                          CH RECORDS- DEBT RETIRMENT                                                                 87.88

17           CITY OF FLORA                                  ESDA- RENT                                                                                                        275.00

18           CLAY CO REPUBLICAN                    ELECTION- PUBLICATION, CO CLK- SUPPLIES,                                      426.15


19           CAN SURETY                                       CO CLK- SUPPLIES                                                                                            30.00

20           COMMUNICATION REVOLVING                JAIL- PHONE                                                                                                       498.55

21           COMPASS WEB                                 CH- EQUIP MAINT                                                                                           110.00

22           CONKLIN, TERA                                 PROB- TRAVEL                                                                                                   360.91

23           COUNTY BOARD MEMBERS         COUNTY BOARD MEETING                                                                           2000.20

24           DAVES AUTO TECH                          SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT                                                                                  63.25

25           DBS DISPOSAL                                   JAIL- & CH-UTILITIES                                                                                       120.00

26           DORIS BROS TROPHIES                  ADMIN- CO BRD PER DIEM & EXP                                                             13.50

27           ELLIOTT CHRIS                                   PUBLIC DEFENDER- OTHER EXPENS                                                          35.00

28           FANCHER, PHILLIP                           BAILIFFS                                                                                                               934.40

29           FCJDC                                                    JAIL- HOUSING JUVENILES                                                                           500.00

30           FELDHAKE, MARK                            SHERIFF-UNIFORMS, OVERTIME JAIL PHONE                                      1231.15

31           FE MORAN SECURITY                     REPAIRS TO CO BUILDING                                                                            297.00

32           FLEET ONE LLC                                   PROB- TRAVEL                                                                                                   228.70

FRANK & BRIGHT FUNERAL HOMECORONER- OFFICE EQUIP EXPENS                                                       100.00

33           FOURTH JUDICIAL CIR JUVENILE                PUBLIC DEFENDER- OTHER EXPENS                                                          75.00

34           GFI DIGITAL                                        CH RECORD- DEBT RETIRMENT                                                                   44.39

35           GREENWOOD, TOM                        BAILIFFS                                                                                                               584.00

36           GROSS, WILLIAM                             BAILIFF, JAIL                                                                                                       1168.00

37           GROVES, TONY                                 JAIL- OVERTIME                                                                                                                99.36

38           HARR’S ACE HARDWARE               CH- PURCHASE OF EQUIP                                                                             237.98

39           HEAVENS MIST WATER                  PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPENS                                                                         13.00

40           HEUERMAN, CORY                          SHERIFF-OVERTIME, JAIL-PHONE                                                              620.79

41           HILDERBRAND, DAREL                    ESDA- TRAINING                                                                                              19.17

42           HOMEFIELD ENERGY                       JAIL, CH, PROB- UTILITIES                                                                             1194.15

43           ILLINOIS STATE BAR ASSOC          PUBLIC DEF- OTHER EXPENS, COURTS- DUES                                       60.92

44           ILLINOIS SHERIFF’S ASSOC           SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPENS                                                                    45.00

45           KIDS, COURTS, & SCHOOLS          PUBLIC DEF- OTHER EXPENS, ST ATTY- SEMINARS                             365.00

46           LAMB, MICHAEL                               ESDA- TRAINING                                                                                              146.39

47           LEGAL DIRECTORIES PUBLISHING CIRCUIT CLK- SUPPLIES                                                                                              8.75

48           LEIB, CURTIS                                       PROB- TRAVEL                                                                                                   26.23

49           LEONARD, AARON K                       COURTS- ATTY FEE FOR INDIGENTS                                                          452.87

50           LEWIS, ELAM                                      SHERIFF- OVERTIME & AUTO MAINT JAIL- PHONE                            346.70

51           LINDA’S CLEANING SERVICE        HWY- UTILITIES                                                                                                 65.00

52           LOUISVILLE POSTMASTER            TREASURER & ELECTION- POSTAGE, ST ATTY- SUPPLIES                  1342.45

53           MARY BETH WELCH COLLINS       COURTS- ATTY FEE FOR INDIGENTS                                                          1130.21

54           MARSHALL & SWIFT                        S OF A- COMPUTER TAX SERVICES                                                            569.20

MEAGHERS SIGN & GRAPHICS   SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPENS                                                                    676.06

55           MIKES FOOD MARKET                    JAIL- DIET & CARE OF PRISONERS                                                              1568.09

56           MILLER OFFICE EQUIPMENT        PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPENS, TREASURER- MISC                                 248.97

57           MILLER, WES                                      CORONER- SUPPLIES                                                                                      9.64

58           MILNER, CHAD                                  JAIL-PHONE, SHERIFF- OVERTIME                                                             210.37

59           MUNICIPLE UTILITIES                     JAIL, CH, HWY, PROB-UTILITIES                                                                  1004.81

60           MURPHY CONSTRUCTION            JAIL- IMPROVEMENTS TO CO BUILDING                                                                104364.00

61           MYERS, ANDY                                    JAIL- PHONE, SHERIFF- TRANSPORTING PRISONERS                         66.47

62           PHILLIPS, RAYMOND                      SHERIFF- OVERTIME, UNIFORMS, JAIL- PHONE                                  424.20

63           PROFESSIONAL ID CARDS             CORONER- SUPPLIES                                                                                      16.40

64           REGIONAL OFFICE OF EDUCATION CLAY CO SHARE ROE#12                                                                          7316.94

65           RICOH                                                   SHERIFF- SUPPLIES                                                                                          125.00

66           RICHLAND CO SHERIFF                   JAIL- HOUSING ADULTS                                                                                                252.00

67           RKDIXON                                             CH RECORDS- DEBT RETIREMENT                                                              117.21

68           SOUTH CENTRAL FS                         SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT                                                                                 3275.90

69           SPITZNER, STEVEN                           JAIL PHONE                                                                                                        40.00

70           STURM, ROBERT                               JAIL- OVERTIME                                                                                                                378.00

71           VERIZON WIRELESS                         JAIL- PHONE                                                                                                       342.09

72           WALMART                                          JAIL- DIET & CARE PRISONERS, CO BOARD- EXPENS                          1101.78


73           WTCI                                                     CH, JAIL, HWY-PHONES                                                                                 1720.21

74           ZINKS BUILDING CENTER              JAIL- SUPPLIES                                                                                                  22.99





1.            BUTCHER AUTOMOTIVE                                               SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT                                                                  103.10

2.            CIT                                                                          CH RECORDS- DEBT RETIREMENT                                              87.88

3.            CLAY COUNTY REPUBLICAN                         COURTS- MISC FEES FOR INDIGENTS,                                     239.60



5              COMPUTYPE                                                      MISC & COMTINGENCIES                                                             75.00

6.            DBS DISPOSAL                                                   JAIL & HWY- UTILITIES                                                                    120.00

7              EFFINGHAM TELCOM SOLUTIONS            MISC & CONTING, JAIL- PHONE                                                 310.50

8              ELECTION SYSTEMS & SOFTWARE             ELECTION- COMPUTER SERVICES                                              1569.05

9              FLORA BATTERY & ALTERNATOR                                CH- REPAIRS TO COUNTY BLDING                                             160.00

10           HEAVENS MIST BOTTLED WATER               PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPENS, CH- SUPPLIES                           102.00

11           INDOFF                                                                                S OF A-, ST. ATTY, PROB, CIRCUIT CLK, TREASURER           1129.11

                                                                                                JAIL, SHERIFF- SUPPLIES- JAIL- MAINT OF EQUIP

                                                                                                PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPENS

12           KEMPER CPA GROUP                                     BUDGET PREPARATION                                                                 1250.00

13           KIEFER LANDSCAPING                                   REPAIRS TO COUNTY BUILDING                                                 275.00

14           LEE PC DEPOT                                                    CIRCUIT CLK- SUPPLIES                                                                  145.00

15.          MIKES FOOD MARKET                                    JAIL- DIET & CARE FOR PRISONERS                                           3182.12

16           MILLER OFFICE EQUIPMENT                        ST ATTY- SUPPLIES                                                                           193.00

17           QUILL                                                                    ELECTION- SUPPLIES                                                                       246.56

18.          RAY O’HERRON CO INC                                  JAIL & SHERIFF- UNIFORMS, SUPPLIES                                   221.68


19           ROBBINS SCHWARTZ NICHOLAS                                MISC & CONTINGENCIES                                                              2310.88

20.          SHIRT TALES                                                       CORONER- SUPPLIES                                                                      65.00

21           THE WEB CAFÉ                                                   JAIL-MAINT TO EQUIP                                                                   29.95

22           WIN                                                                       MISC & CONTINGENCIES                                                              67.00

23           YOUNG’S PIT STOP PLUS                               SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT                                                                  138.00

24           ZINK BUILDING CENTER                                                CH- SUPPLIES                                                                                     12.49

TOTAL: $18,972.92

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