The October 8, 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 Ron King.
The roll was called: Present: Sue Pettit, Chairman, Mike Spitzner, Jerry Britton, Janice Brooks, Thomas Butcher, John Weidner, Chris Rinehart, Bryan Knapp, Ted Whitehead, Ron King, David Johnson, and Mike Rinehart.
Absent: Brad Harris
Chairman Sue Pettit acknowledged guests and there were no agenda changes.
Motion by Tom Butcher, second by Ted Whitehead, to approve the County Board minutes of September 10, 2013. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Chairman Pettit thanked Barb Tackitt, Clay County Health Department for giving flu shots prior to the start of the meeting.
Motion by Mike Rinehart, seconded by Dave Johnson to approve the action of the Claims Committee. Motion Carried.
Additionally, Rinehart presented information regarding expenditures from the Health Department for the CTG (Community Transformation Grant).
Sheriff Andy Myers presented his departments report in written form.
Sheriff Myers reported he had received 3 bids for the camper; at this time he will not accept any of these bids.
Additionally, Myers reported he had an estimate from Air Construction to make repairs around windows at the jail. He has met with the Building and Grounds Committee regarding other repairs for the jail, such as replacing windows. Myers also reported on moisture/ mold issues with the basement at the Probation Office. There is a definite need to process with measures to remedy issues with the basement; however, board consensus was that they needed more information and estimates before approving repairs.
Chairman Petitt asked that County Clerk Britton contact insurance regarding mold remediation and liability issues.
Judge Todd came forward to swear- in Steve Spitzner as Chief Deputy Sheriff.
Chairman Pettit presented the 911 report in written form.
Jeff Workman, Health Department, reported that the Board of Health Bulletin was not available. He did remind everyone to get their flu shots, and that Tracy Walker and
Jonathan Smith have been hired to assist with the Affordable Care Act.
Probation Officer Curtis Leib presented in written form to the board.
Treasurer Jana Tolliver presented her reports in written form. Tolliver announced the tax sale is set for October 28, 2013.
Motion by Tom Butcher, which was seconded by Chris Rinehart to adopt a Resolution for Department Use of Funds ( Public Safety Sales Tax).
(DEPARTMENT USE OF FUNDS)
WHEREAS, the Clay County Board has the responsibility for establishing the annual budget for the
County of Clay; and.
WHEREAS, the Clay County Board, with the advice of the Finance Committee, has the responsibility for
approving funds budgeted from the Public Safety Sales Tax funds, hereinafter referred to as PSST;
WHEREAS, it is the intent of the Clay County Board to permit the use of those monies by the agencies
and for the purposes previously established by Statute and under the direction of the Clay County Board.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED:
1. That the budgeted amounts that are appropriated to be paid from the PSST fund shall be first paid from
the PSST fund until the PSST fund is exhausted, at which time the payment items for the budget shall be paid out if
the County Corporate Fund.
Dated this _____8th____ day of ______October_____, 2013.
BOARD OF CLAY COUNTY, ILLINOIS
By: ____S/ Sue Pettit____________
SUE PETTIT, CHAIRMAN
____S/ Brenda Britton________
BRENDA BRITTON, CLERK
Motion Carried. Voice Action,
County Engineer Mike Quandt presented the Engineer’s Report in written form.
Motion by Jerry Britton, Seconded by Janice Brooks to approve the annual Environment of Care Evaluations. Motion Carried. Voice Action
Motion by Tom Butcher, Seconded by Ron King to make changes to the Corporate Banking Resolution as presented. Motion Carried. Voice Action
HOSPITAL AUTHORIZATION RESOLUTION
I, Brenda Britton, certify that I am the Clerk of the County of Clay under the laws of the State of Illinois, County of Clay, Federal I.D. Number 37-6000605, engaged in business under the trade name of Clay County Hospital, and that the Resolutions on this document are a correct copy of the Resolution adopted at a meeting of the Clay County Board duly and properly called and held on ______________, 2013. These resolutions appear in the minutes of this meeting and have not been rescinded or modified.
Any person listed below as an Agent, subject to any written limitation, is authorized to exercise the powers granted as indicated below:
Name and Title of Person
A. Amanda Goostree, Interim President
B. Larry Spour, Chief Financial Officer
C. Designated Alternate, Darla Hout, Director of HR & Marketing
Designated Alternate, Clay County Board Chairman, Sue Pettit
Designated Alternate, Clay County Hospital Committee Chairman, Jerry Britton
(Attach one or more Agents to each power by placing the letter corresponding to their name in the area before each power. Following each power indicate the number of Agent signatures required to exercise the power.)
of signatures required
N/A (1) Exercise all of the powers listed in this Resolution ________
ABC (2) Open any deposit or share account(s) in the name of
the County Hospital 2
ABC (3) Endorse checks and orders for the payment of money or 2____
transfer funds on deposit with this Financial Institution
ABC (4) Sign, execute and deliver promissory notes or other 2
evidence of indebtedness after Board approval of
ABC (5) Open, close and renew certificates of deposit and investment 2
accounts upon maturation
ABC (6) Sign accounts payable and payroll checks ___2____
AB C (7) Implement cash management process that is approved 2
BANKING INSTITUTIONS AND ACCOUNT INFORMATION
This Resolution shall apply to the following banking institutions and accounts:
BANK ACCOUNT # SIGNORS’ NAMES TITLES
Flora Bank & Trust 2088673 Amanda Goostree Interim President
(Operating Account) Larry Spour CFO
Flora Bank & Trust 2105052 Amanda Goostree Interim President
(Payroll Account) Larry Spour CFO
Flora Bank & Trust 2051240 Jana Tolliver Treasurer
(Ambulance Account) Brenda Britton County Clerk
Flora Bank & Trust 2082832 Amanda Goostree Interim President
(Funded Depreciation) Larry Spour CFO
U. S. Bank 199701507840 Amanda Goostree Interim President
(Employee Flex Account) Larry Spour CFO
Flora Banking Company Amanda Goostree Interim President
Larry Spour CFO
Edward Jones Amanda Goostree Interim President
Larry Spour CFO
Marion County Amanda Goostree Interim President
Savings Bank Larry Spour CFO
EFFECT ON PREVIOUS RESOLUTIONS
This Resolution supersedes any and all prior Resolution heretofore made.
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY
I further certify that the Clay County Board of the County of Clay, has, at the time of the adoption of this Resolution had, full power and lawful authority to adopt the foregoing resolutions and to confer the powers granted to the persons named who have full power and lawful authority to exercise the same on behalf of Clay County Hospital.
X The County of Clay is a unit of local government, and Clay County Hospital is a county hospital.
The Board of the County of Clay resolves that:
1. The Financial Institution is designated as a depository for the funds of the County Hospital and to provide other financial accommodations as indicated in this Resolution.
2. This Resolution shall continue to have effect until express written notice of its rescission or modification has been received and recorded by the Financial Institution. Any and all prior resolutions adopted by the Board and certified to the Financial Institution as governing the operation of this County Hospital’s account(s), are in full force and effect, until the Financial Institution receives and acknowledges and express written notice of its revocation, modification or replacement. Any revocation, modification or replacement of a resolution must be accompanied by documentation, satisfactory to the Financial Institution, establishing the authority for the changes.
3. The signature of the Clay County Board Chairman and County Clerk on this Resolution is conclusive evidence of their authority to act on behalf of the County Hospital. Any Agent, so long as they act in a representative capacity as agents of the County Hospital, is authorized to make any and all other contracts, agreements, stipulations and orders which they may deem advisable for the effective exercise of the power indicated on page one, from time to time with the financial institution, subject to any restriction on this Resolution or otherwise agreed to in writing.
4. All transactions, if any, with respect to any deposits, withdrawals, rediscounts and borrowings on behalf of the County Hospital with the Financial Institution prior to the adoption of this Resolution are hereby ratified, approved and confirmed.
5. The Clay County Board agrees to the terms and conditions of any account agreement, properly opened by an authorized agent of the County Hospital. The Clay County Board authorizes the Financial Institution, at any time, to charge the Clay County Hospital for all checks, drafts, or other orders, for the payment of money that are drawn on the Financial Institution so long as they contained the required number of signatures for that purpose.
6. The Clay County Board acknowledges and agrees that the Financial Institution may
furnish at its discretion automated access devices to Agents of the County Hospital to facilitate those powers authorized by this Resolution or other resolutions in effect at the time of issuance. The term “automated access device” includes, but is not limited to, credit cards, automated teller machines (ATM) and debit cards.
7. The Clay County Board acknowledges and agrees that the Financial Institution may rely on alternative signature and verification codes issued to or obtained from the Agent named on this Resolution. The term “alternative signature and verification codes” includes, but is not limited to, facsimile signature on file with the Financial Institution, personal identification
numbers (PIN), and digital signatures. If a facsimile signature specimen has been provided on this Resolution, (or that are filed separately by the Corporation with the Financial Institution from time to time) the Financial Institution is authorized to treat the facsimile signature as the signature of the Agent(s) regardless of by whom or by what means the facsimile signature may have been affixed so long as it resembles the facsimile signature specimen on file. The Clay
County Board authorizes each Agent to have custody of the Clay County Hospital’s private key used to create a digital signature and to request issuance of a certificate listing the corresponding public key. The Financial Institution shall have no responsibility or liability for unauthorized use of alternative signature and verification codes unless otherwise agreed in writing.
DATED this __8___ day of ______October______, 2013.
BOARD OF CLAY COUNTY, ILLINOIS,
By: S/ Sue Pettit
SUE PETTIT, CHAIRMAN
S/ Brenda Britton
Clay County Clerk
Motion by Bryan Knapp, Seconded by Chris Rinehart to amend the Governing Board Bylaws to add a non voting member to the hospital committee ( advisory capability only). Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Motion by Mike Rinehart, Seconded by John Weidner to accept notice of termination from BJC Healthcare regarding the management agreement between Alton Memorial Hospital and Clay County Hospital. ( Termination December 31, 2013). Motion Carried. 11 Aye 1 Abstain
Motion by Bryan Knapp, seconded by Tom Butcher, to approve the appointment for the following health professional:
John Scally, MD Courtesy Cardiology
Shailesh Nandish, MD Courtesy Cardiology
Jeffrey Jenson, MD Courtesy Family Practice
David Kowalski, MD Courtesy Internal Medicine Motion Carried. Voice Action
Motion by Jerry Britton, Seconded by Ted Whitehead to approve appointing Amanda Goostree as Interim President at Clay County Hospital. Motion Carried.
Motion by Jerry Britton, Seconded by Dave Johnson to go to cloesed session for the following purpose: The setting of a price for sale or lease of property owned by the public body (5 ILCS 120/2 (c)(6) (management agreement) Time 6:35 PM. Motion Carried. Voice Action
Motion by Bryan Knapp, Seconded by Chris Rinehart to return to open session. Time 6:55pm. Motion Carried. Voice Action
Circuit Clerk Crystal Ballard presented he departments report in written form. Additionally, Ballard updated the board on renovations to the courtrooms.
Motion by Tom Butcher, Seconded by Janice Brooks to go to closed session for the following purpose: The appointment, employment, compensation, discipline, performance or dismissal of specific employees of the public body (5 ILCS 120/2 (c)(1) Time 6:58 PM. Motion Carried, Voice Action
Motion by Tom Butcher, Seconded by Mike Spitzner to return to open session. Time 7:30pm. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Upon return to open session, Finance Committee Chairman Tom Butcher noted that effective October 1, the Assistant States Attorney Position is Eligible for IMRF.
Finance Committee Chairman Tom Butcher presented the FY 2014 Budget. The budget will lay open for public inspection in the County Clerk’s Office.
Motion by Tom Butcher, Seconded by Janice Brooks to renew ICRMT for Property/ Casualty and work Comp Insurance. (P/C- $112,252.00 and W/C – $70953.00). Motion Carried.
Motion by Tom Butcher, Seconded by Ted Whitehead to approve the FY 2014 Hope Trust health insurance rates. Motion Carried
Additionally, Butcher noted that money was budgeted in the FY 2014 budget to 3 Fire Protection Districts- total of $17,000.
Also, Butcher noted that the Finance Committee will be meeting on Tuesday October 15th.
Chairman Petitt noted that the October 9th, FOP mediation session has been canceled due to the government shutdown, furlough.
Motion by Ted Whitehead, Seconded by Mike Spitzner to ratify the chairman’s appointment of Brad Harris to the 337 board. Term expires October, 2016. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Motion by Tom Butcher, Seconded by Chris Rinehart to ratify the chairman’s appointment of Anthony Booth to the 337 board. Term expires October, 2016. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Motion by Ron King, Seconded by John Weidner to ratify the chairman’s appointment of Sue Pettit to the 337 board. Term expires October, 2015. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Motion by Tom Butcher, Seconded by Mike Spitzner to ratify the chairman’s appointment to the Greenways & Trails Committee: Sue Petitt, Jerry Stringer, Jacque Lueking, Randy Bukas, R.C. Franklin, Dina Hilmes, Brittani Walker, and Dan Sulsberger. Effective October 8, 2013. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Motion by Chris Rinehart, Seconded by Bryan Knapp to approve the Clay County 2014 Holiday Schedule.
CLAY COUNTY 2014 HOLIDAY SCHEDULE
January 1, 2014, Wednesday New Year’s Day
January 20, 2014, Monday Martin Luther King Day
February 12, 2014, Wednesday Lincoln’s Birthday
February 17, 2014, Monday President’s Day/ Washington Birthday
April 18, 2014, Friday Good Friday
May 26,2014, Monday Memorial Day
July 4, 2014, Friday Independence Day
September 1, 2014, Monday Labor Day
October 13, 2014, Monday Columbus Day
November 4, 2014, Tuesday Election Day
November 11, 2014, Tuesday Veteran’s Day
November 27, 2014, Thursday Thanksgiving Day
November 28, 2014, Friday Thanksgiving Holiday
December 24, 2014, Wednesday Christmas Eve
December 25, 2014, Thursday Christmas Day
Adopted by the Clay County Board, Louisville, Illinois this ___8___ day of October 2013.
County Board Chairman
Clay County, Illinois
Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Chairman Pettit presented the ROE #12 report of Official Acts
Finance Committee Chairman Butcher stated that ESDA had contacted him to see what to do with the old ESDA truck. Consensus was to let ESDA sell it and keep proceeds.
Board Member Mike Rinehart brought up questions regarding the ownership of the Animal Control vehicle. Board member Ted Whitehead will check and make sure that
ownership is transferred to CCARS.
Motion by Ted Whitehead, Seconded by Mike Spitzner to adjourn. Time: 7:50 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 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION 52.50
2 AMEREN ENERGY MARKETING CH-PROB,JAIL- UTILITIES 2346.17
3 AMEREN PROB,JAIL,CH HWY,-UTILITIES 901.01
4 ARNOLD, ASHLEY S OF A- TRAVEL 97.00
5 BALLARD, CRYSTAL CIRCUIT CLERK -MISC 724.91
6 B G DISTRIBUTORS ELECTION- POSTAGE 64.05
7 BISSEY, ASHLEY TREASURER-CLERICAL HIRE 580.00
8 BRIGHT, BARB CORONER- OFFICE & EQUIP EXPEN 100.00
9 BRIGHT, BARRY COURTS- ATTORNEY FEE FOR INDIGENTS 854.10
10 BRITTON, BRENDA CNTY BOARD SEC FEES, CNTY CLK-MISC 177.78
11 BUHRMANN, JULIE TREASURER- OVERTIME 34.68
12 BYERS PRINTING COMPANY COUNTY CLK- SUPPLIES, MISC 323.15
13 BYRD, ASHTON JAIL- P/T CORRECTIONAL SALARY 1543.08
14 C.A.O.A S OF A- TRAINING 325.00
15 CARDMEMBER SERVICE- AMAZON COURTS- OPERATION OF JUGDES OFFICE 227.78
16 CASH, HARVEY SHERIFF-INCIDENTAL EXPENSES 117.80
17 CELLULAR ONE ESDA, JAIL- TELEPHONE 40.80
18 CHILDERS, JEREMY SHERIFF- OVERTIME, ILEAS,JAIL TELEPHONE 1119.51
19 CLAY COUNTY HOSPITAL PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPENS 47.25
20 CLAY COUNTY REPUBLICAN COURTS-MISC EXPENS INDIGENTS 150.90
CIRCUIT CLK- SUPPLIES
21 CITY OF FLORA ESDA- RENT 550.00
22 COCHORN, CECIL SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPEN 105.34
23 COLCLASURE, DERRICK JAIL-OVERTIME 637.63
24 COLLINS, MARY BETH COURTS- ATTORNEY FEE FOR INDIGENTS 886.91
25 CONKLIN, TERA PROB- TRAVEL 236.90
26 COUNTY BOARD MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD MEETING 3677.52
27 ELLIOT, CHRIS PUBLIC DEFEND- OTHER EXPENS 24.03
28 FAULKNERS BINDING BOOK BINDING 3750.00
29 FELDHAKE, MARK JAIL- TELEPHONE & OVERTIME 614.08
30 FLEET ONE LLC PROB-TRAVEL 429.77
31 FLORA READY MIX REPAIRS TO CO. BUILDING 90.09
32 FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT JUR JUSTICESHERIFF- TRAINING, PUBLIC DEFENDER 150.00
33 GREENWOOD, PAT JAIL- OVERTIME 689.13
34 GROSS, WILLIAM BAILIFFS & JAIL- OVERTIME 1149.88
35 GROVES, TONY JAIL- PART TIME CORRECTIONAL OFFICER 347.38
36 HEAVEN’S MIST WATER CH-SUPPLIES, PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPENS 84.50
37 HECHT, JULIE STATES ATTRNY- TRANSCRIPT FEE 112.00
38 HEUERMAN, CORY JAIL- PHONE,OT SHERIFF- OT, TRAINING 908.72
39 HILDERBRAND, DAREL ESDA- TRAINGING 32.26
40 INDEPENDENT TELCOM JAIL- MAINT TO EQUIP, TELEPHONE 83.00
41 INDOFF STATES ATTNY,CIRCUIT CLRK- SUPPLIES 249.08
PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPENS
42 JACOBI, JAMES MD CORONERS- AUTOPSY 3365.00
43 KINCAIDS OIL SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT 3156.30
44 KNAPP OIL SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT 151.00
45 LAMB, MIKE ESDA- TRAINING 132.53
46 LARRY’S GARAGE SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT 369.99
47 LEIB, CURTIS PROB- TRAVEL 56.47
48 LEONARD, AARON COURTS- ATTORNEY FEE INDIGENTS 235.00
49 LEWIS, ELAM SHERIFF- TRAINING, ILEAS,JAIL-PHONE, OT 665.52
50 LOUISVILLE POSTMASTER PROB, PUBLIC DEFEN, TREASURE POSTAGE 1813.45
51 MIDWEST OFFICE PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPEN 125.93
52 MILLER OFFICE EQUIPMENT PROB- INCID EXPENS, STATES ATT- MAINT 678.55
TO EQUIP, ELECTION, CIRCUIT- SUPPLIES
53 MILLS, TIM MISC & CONTIGENCIES 2000.00
54 MILNER, CHAD JAIL- PHONE, OT- SHERIFF OT 1403.44
55 MILONE, GARY COURTS- ATTORNEY FEE INDIGENTS 487.34
56 MUNICIPAL UTILITIES JAIL,CH,HWY,PROB UTILITIES 1110.39
57 MYERS, ANDY JAIL- TELEPHONE, SHERIFF- UNIFORMS 516.94
58 PHILLIPS, BLAKE JAIL- PART TIME CORRECTIONAL OFFICER 169.05
59 PHILLIPS, RAYMOND JAIL- TELEPHONE, OT- SHERIFF OT,ILEAS, 719.29
60 POWLESS, JOEL COURTS- ATTORNEY FEE INDIGENTS 920.21
61 QUILL ESDA- MISC. – ELECTION- SUPPLIES 362.44
62 RICHLAND COUNTY SHERIFF JAIL- HOUSING OF ADULT PRISONERS 1232.00
63 RICOH SHERIFF- SUPPLIES 125.00
64 RKDIXON CH- RECORDS DEBT RETIREMENT 234.42 65 ROSS INFORMATICS SERVICES CNTY CLK- COMPUTER SERVICES, MISC 789.10
66 RUDOLPH CONSTRUCTION REPAIRS TO COUNTY BUILDING 331.98
67 SHORTY’S ELECTRIC JAIL- MAINT TO EQUIPMENT 215.46
68 SPITZNER, STEVE JAIL- TELEPHONE,OT- SHERIFF OT, TRAINING
TRANSPORTING PRISONERS 1058.77
69 ST. CLAIR CO. SHERIFFS OFFICE JAIL- TRAINING 942.00
70 STRINGER, JERRY SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPENS 116.02
71 TECHNICAL PARTNERS ELECTION- SUPPLIES, S OF A-COMPUTER TAX327.00
72 THOMPSON, LYNDI TREASURER- OVERTIME 20.00
73 THOMSON WEST STATES ATTORNEY- OFFICE BOOKS 343.92
74 TOLLIVER, JANA TREASURER- SUPPLIES 13.32
75 TUNGATE, MARK COURTS- ATTORNEY FEE INDIGENTS 1200.00
76 TYSON SHERIFF- SUPPLIES 475.20
77 WAL-MART PROB- INCIDEN EXPEN, DIET & CARE PRISON 631.15
78 WEIDNER,PAUL PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPENS 160.00
79 WIN MISC. & CONTINGENCIES 92.00
80 WOOD, STEVEN JAIL- IT, TRAINING- SHERIFF- 368.71
81 WTCI CH, HWY, JAIL TELEPHONES 1956.81
82 YOUNG, RON COURTS- ATTORNEY FEE INDIGENTS 794.75
83 ZIMDARS A/C REPAIRS TO COUNTY BUILDING 87.95
84 ZINKS BUILDING CENTER PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPENS 514.90
REPAIRS TO CO BUILDING
TOTAL: $ 55,104.99
1. ADVOCATE PRESS SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPENSES 80.00
2. BARBECK COMMUNICATIONS SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPENSES 850.00 3. CLAY COUNTY REPUBLICAN PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPENSES 35.00
4. COMMUNICATION REVOLVING JAIL- TELEPHONE 498.55
5. DBS DISPOSAL JAIL, CH, & HWY- UTILITIES 120.00
6. EFFINGHAM DAILY NEWS OFFICIALPUBLICATION 314.60
7. HARGIS GLASS PLUS, INC SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT 188.49
8. ILLINOIS ASSOC. OF CHIEF OF POLICE JAIL- TRAINING 407.50
9. INDOFF TREASURER & STATES ATTORNEY- SUPLLIES 589.58 PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPENS.
10. LEE’S PC DEPOT COURTS-OPERATION JUDGES CHAMBERS 60.00
11. LEGAL DIRECTORIES PUBLISHING COURTS- DUES,SUBCRIPTIONS 67.75
12. LINDA’S CLEANING SERVICES HWY- UTILITIES 65.00
13 LORENZ SUPPLY CO JAIL & CH- SUPPLIES 552.59
14. MIDWEST OFFICE SUPPLY PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPENS 21.99
15. MIKES FOOD MARKET JAIL- DIET/CARE FOR PRISONERS 2177.86
16. RAY O’HERRON JAIL & SHERIFF- UNIFORMS 210.68
17. ROBBINS SCHWARTZ MISC & CONTINGENCIES 150.00
18. SECURE PROCESSORS STATES STTORNEY- SUPPLIES 90.00
19 SPRINT COMMUNICATION JAIL- TELEPHONE 469.29
20. YOUNGS PIT STOP PLUS SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT 48.00
21. ZIMDARS A/C JAIL-MAINT TO EQUIPMENT 141.00