The February 10, 2015 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: Ted Whitehead, Chairman, Mike Spitzner, Brad Harris, Joe Goodman, Janice Brooks, Jeremy Wildbur, John Weidner, Chris Rinehart, John Bayler, David Johnson, Mike Rinehart, Mary McCollough, Sue Pettit.
Absent: Bryan Knapp
Chairman Whitehead acknowledged guests and there was one agenda change. CR Smith will not be present. The Soil and Water Conservation District Report was provided to all board members.
Motion by Jeremy Wildbur, seconded by Dave Johnson, to approve the County Board minutes of January 13, 2015. Motion carried, voice action.
Jennifer Brown, 911 Coordinator, presented the 911 Report in written form.
Motion by Sue Pettit, seconded by John Weidner, to approve the action of the Claims Committee. Motion carried
Claims Committee Chairman Pettit reported that the committee met January 26 to review Employee Time Sheets and closed session minutes. Two closed session minutes from October 14, 2014 were declared open minutes.
Motion by Brad Harris, seconded by Chris Rinehart to approve the County Clerk’s Semi Annual Report as presented. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Trevor Bissey provided an update on the US Route 50 Four Lane Coalition.
Motion by Sue Pettit, seconded by Chris Rinehart to approve a request for $1000.00 for the US Route 50 Four Lane Coalition. Motion Carried.
Chief Probation Officer Curtis Leib presented his department report in written form.
Probation Officer Tera Conklin presented an update on Drug Court, now Effingham Area Problem Solving Court since they additionally handle Veteran’s Court and Mental Health Court.
Additionally, Conklin introduced Clay County resident Angela Hance , a recent graduate of the Drug Court program, Hance spoke of her experience and how it has helped her get her life back on track.
Dennis Shiley, CEFS Transportation Director, presented info regarding Public Transportation Services for Clay County.
Motion by Sue Pettit, seconded by Mary McCollough to approve the CEFS Intergovernmental Agreement for Public Transportation. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
This Agreement is entered into by and between the County of Shelby and the counties of Fayette, Clay, Moultrie, Montgomery, and Douglas, (hereinafter referred to as the “Participants”) for the provision of public transportation in said counties.
WHEREAS, Participants have applied for a grant pursuant to Section 5311 of the Federal Transit Act of 1991 and the Down state Public Transportation Act (30ILCS 740/2-1 et seq.) In order for financial assistance to be made available for public transpiration programs in rural and small urban area within Shelby, Fayette, Clay, Moultrie, Montgomery, and Douglas Counties; and
WHEREAS, it is mutual desire of the Participants that the County of Shelby be designated as the “Primary Participant” pursuant to Section 601.105(b) of the Illinois Department of Transportation Regulations for Public Transportation Assistance to Programs in Non- Urbanized Areas for the administration and distribution of Federal Section 5311 and Downtown Public Transportation funds.
And WHEREAS, Illinois Compiled Statutes 740/2-1 et seq. authorized a county to provide for public transportation within the county limits;
1. The County of Shelby shall be designated as the “Primary Participant” pursuant to Section 601.105(b) of the Illinois Department of Transportation Regulations for Public Transportation Assistance to Programs in Non- Urbanized Areas providing for the administration and distribution of Federal Section 5311 and down state Public Transportation Act Funds.
2. It shall be the responsibility to the Primary Participant to receive all Section 5311 Funds from the Illinois Department of Transportation pursuant to said Department’s agreements with the Participants.
3. The Primary Participant shall disburse said funds to C.E.F.S. Economic Opportunity Corporation a not-for-profit corporation, the service provider under the terms and conditions of said agreements.
4. Delivery of service by service provider shall be made in accordance with agreements entered into by service provider with the Primary Participants.
5. Participants are not responsible to the service provider for any local matching funds, but may provide match as desired.
6. That the terms of this Agreement will be effective for the twelve-month grant period.
7. Any revision of this Agreement must be agreed to by the Participants as evidenced by and addendum signed by the authorized representative of each.
8. This Agreement or any part thereof may be renegotiated where changes are required by State or Federal law, rules, regulations, or court action, or when Participants agree that a new intergovernmental agreement would meet their particular needs.
9. This intergovernmental agreement is binding upon the Participants, their successors and assigns.
10. If any section, sentence, clause, phase or portion of this Intergovernmental Agreement is, for any reason, held to be invalid or unconstitutional by the decision of any court of competent jurisdiction, such decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining portion of the Agreement. It is hereby declared the intent of the Participants that this Agreement shall remain valid and enforceable, notwithstanding the invalidity of any part hereof.
11. That only one original copy of this Intergovernmental Agreement shall be signed and executed by Participants and that any photocopies of the executed Intergovernmental Agreement shall be deemed to be duplicated originals.
12. The term of this agreement shall be for the Grant Fiscal year of July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016 and will be submitted for approval annually.
COUNTY OF SHELBY, a body politic and corporate
Chairperson, Shelby County Board
Shelby County Clerk
COUNTY OF CLAY, a body politic and corporate
By: _____s/Ted Whitehead__________
Chairperson, Clay County Board
S/ Brenda Britton
Clay County Clerk
Motion by Sue Pettit, Seconded by Mike Spitzner to approve the Public Transportation Ordinance. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
IN CLAY COUNT, ILLINOIS
Whereby, public transportation is an essential public purpose for which public funds may be expended under Article 13, Section 7 of the Illinois Constitution; and
WHEREAS, Clay County wishes to provide public transportation for its citizens and become eligible for grants from the State of Illinois or any department or agency thereof, from any unit of local government, from the Federal government or any department or agency thereof; and
WHEREAS, Illinois Compiled Statutes 740/2-1 et seq. authorizes a county to provide for public transportation within the Clay County limits:
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Chairman and the County Board of Clay County that:
Section 1. Shelby County shall hereby provide public transportation within the county limits.
Section 2. The County Clerk of the County of Clay shall file a certified copy of this Ordinance, within sixty days after passage of the ordinance.
Section 3. This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and approval, as required by law.
Section 4. That County Board Chairman of Shelby County is hereby authorized and directed to execute and file on behalf of Clay County a Grant Application to the Illinois Department of Transportation.
Section 5. That County Board Chairman of Shelby County is hereby authorized and directed to execute and file on behalf of Clay County all required Grant Agreements with the Illinois Department of Transportation.
APPROVED by the Chairman and the Board of Clay County on the 10th day of February 2015, and deposited and filed in the office of the Clay County Clerk of said County on that date.
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S/ BRENDA BRITTON
Clerk of Clay County, Illinois
S/ TED WHITEHEAD
Chairman of Clay County, Illinois
Jeff Workman, Clay County Health Department presented the Board of Health Report in written form.
Sheriff Andy Myers presented the Sheriff’s Department Report in written form.
Motion by Chris Rinehart, seconded by Brad Harris to raise the cap on the budget for the Jail Project to $574,000.00. Motion Carried.
County Treasurer Jana Tolliver presented her report in written form.
Motion by Brad Harris, seconded by Janice Brooks that the Chairman of the County Board be authorized to execute the Local Agency Agreement (BLR 05310) with the State of Illinois, acting by and through its Department of Transportation, for the preliminary engineering cost for the Wyman Bridge on TR-40 (Structure #013-3042) in Songer Township, Section12-10124-00-BR. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Motion by Sue Pettit, seconded by Dave Johnson that the Chairman of the County Board be authorized to execute all documents necessary to enter into an agreement with Rhutasel & Associates, Inc. Of Centralia, Illinois for the performance of preliminary engineering services for the construction of Wyman Bridge over Conners Branch Creek on Songer TR40 (Boxwood Road), Section12-10124-00-BR, at a fee of $30,950.00. Motion Carried. Voice Action
Motion by Brad Harris, seconded by Mike Spitzner to accept the low bid of $4,920.00 from Charles Heuerman Trucking Co. from Teutopolis, IL; $19,273.00 from Charles H. Carter & Sons, Inc. from Fairfield, IL; and $16,547.00 from Tri- County Ag LLC from Ingraham, IL for furnishing aggregates needed by the County for the 2015 Motor Fuel tax Maintenance Program. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Motion by Mary McCollough, seconded by Joe Goodman to approve the low bidder, Allendale Gravel Co., Inc., from Allendale, Illinois, for the amount of $119,835.00 for replacement of the Bailey bridge on Buckwheat Lane, Harter Township, Sec. 99-04134-00-BR. Motion Carried. Voice Action
Motion by Jeremy Wildbur, seconded by John Bayler to approve Bridge Aid Petition 15(12-1) in the Township of Xenia, Clay County, Illinois. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
No executive session was called.
County Engineer Mike Quandt presented the Highway Department Report in written form.
Motion by Janice Brooks, seconded by Dave Johnson to approve the Clay County hospital FY16 Operating and Capital Budget. Motion Carried
Motion by Mary McCollogh, seconded by Janice Brooks to approve a Resolution for Clay County Hospital Authorization. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
COUNTY 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 ID 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 February 10, 2015. 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, President
B. Mike Hobbs, Chief Financial Officer
C. Designated Alternate, Chelsea Musgrave, Director of HR & Marketing
Designated Alternate, Clay County Board Chairman, Ted Whitehead
Designated Alternate, Clay County Board Member, Sue Pettit
(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
ABC (7) Implement cash management process that is approved 2
ABC (8) Access to safe deposit boxes 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 President
(Operating Account) Mike Hobbs CFO
Flora Bank & Trust 2105052 Amanda Goostree President
(Payroll Account) Mike Hobbs CFO
Flora Bank & Trust 2051240 Jana Tolliver Treasurer
(Ambulance Account) Brenda Britton County Clerk
Flora Bank & Trust 2082832 Amanda Goostree President
(Funded Depreciation) Mike Hobbs CFO
U.S. Bank 199701507840 Amanda Goostree President
(Employee Flex Account) Mike Hobbs CFO
Flora Banking Company Amanda Goostree President
Mike Hobbs CFO
Flora Bank & Trust Amanda Goostree President
Mike Hobbs CFO
Edward Jones Amanda Goostree President
Michael Hobbs CFO
Marion County Amanda Goostree President
Savings Bank Mike Hobbs 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 _10th____ day of ____February___________, 2015.
BOARD OF CLAY COUNTY, ILLINOIS,
By: s/TED WHITEHEAD
TED WHITEHEAD, CHAIRMAN
S/ BRENDA BRITTON
Clay County Clerk
Motion by Janice Brooks, seconded by Joe Goodman to approve adding Jim Cowger to the Medical Staff Credentialing list, stating he now has additional privileges. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Motion by Mike Rinehart, seconded by Chris Rinehart to approve line item coding for the payment of the Insurance Deductible (Litigation) of $1000.00 from V1- Property Casualty. Motion Carried.
Motion by Mike Rinehart, seconded by Jeremy Wildbur to approve line item coding for the payment of the Insurance Deductible (Property Damage) of $1000.00 from V1- Property Casualty. Motion Carried.
Motion by Brad Harris, seconded by Sue Pettit to approve the Resolution for the States Attorney Appellate Prosecutor. Motion Carried.
WHEREAS, the Office of the State’s Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor was created to provide services to State’s Attorneys in Counties containing less than 3,000,000 inhabitants; and
WHEREAS, the power and duties of the Office of the State’s Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor are defined and enumerated in the “State’s Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor’s Act”, 725 ILCS 210/1 et seq., as amended; and
WHEREAS, the Illinois General Assembly appropriates monies for the ordinary and contingent expenses of the Office of the State’s Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor, one-third from the State’s Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor’s County Fund and two thirds from the General Revenue Fund, provided that such funding receives approval and support from the respective Counties eligible to apply; and
WHEREAS, the Office of the State’s Attorney Appellate Prosecutor and the Illinois General Assembly have reviewed and approved a budget for Fiscal Year 2014, which funds will provide for the continues operation of the Office of the State’s Attorney Appellate Prosecutor.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Clay County Board, in regular session, this 10th day of February 2015, does hereby support the continued operation of the Office of the State’s Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor, and designates the Office of the State’s Attorney’s Appellate Prosecutor as its Agent to administer the operation of the appellate offices and process said appellate court cases for this County.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the attorneys employed by the office of the State’s Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor are hereby authorized to act as Assistant State’s Attorneys on behalf of the State’s Attorney of this County in the appeal of all cases, when requested to do so by the State’s Attorney, and with the advice and consent of the State’s Attorney prepare, file and argue appellate briefs for those cases; and also, as may be requested by the State’s Attorney, to assist in the prosecution of cases under the Illinois Controlled Substances Act, the Cannabis Control Act, the Drug Asset Forfeiture Procedure Act and the narcotics Profit Forfeiture Act. Such attorneys are further authorized to assist the State’s Attorney in the State’s Attorney’s duties under the Illinois Public Labor Relations Act, including negotiations thereunder, as well as in the trial and appeal of tax objections.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Office of the State’s Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor will offer Continuing Legal Education training programs to the State’s Attorneys and Assistant State’s Attorneys.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the attorneys employed by the Office of the State’s Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor may also assist the State’s Attorney of this County in the discharge of the State’s Attorney’s duties in the prosecution and trail of other cases, and may act as Special Prosecutor if duty appointed to do so by a court having jurisdiction.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Clay County Board hereby agrees to participate in the service program of the Office Of the State’s Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor for Fiscal Year 2015, commencing December 1, 2014, and ending November 30, 2015, by hereby appropriating the sum of $5,000.00 as consideration for the express purpose of providing a portion of the funds required for financing the operation of the Office of the State’s Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor, and agrees to deliver the same at the Office of the State’s Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor on request during the Fiscal Year 2014.
Passed and adopted by the County Board of Clay County, Illinois, this 10th day of February, 2015.
BOARD OF CLAY COUNTY, ILLINOIS
By: S/Ted Whitehead
TED WHITEHEAD, CHAIRMAN
S/ Brenda Britton
BRENDA BRITTON, CLERK
Motion by John Bayler, seconded by Sue Pettit to ratify the chairman’s appointment of Clint Green to Illinois South Tourism Bureau. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Motion by Chris Rinehart, seconded by Joe Goodman to ratify the chairman’s appointment of Dan Sulsberger to Illinois South Tourism Bureau. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Motion by Mike Spitzner, seconded by Mary McCollough to ratify the chairman’s appointment of William Seelman to Harter Stanford FPD. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Chairman Whitehead took a moment to thank the board for participating in the Problem Solving Court.
Motion by Jeremy Wildbur, seconded by Mike Spitzner to adjourn. Time: 7:10 p.m. 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 AMEREN CIPS JAIL, HWY, PROB, CH-UTILITIES 463.65
2 JAMIE AYERS JAIL- PHONE, SHERIFF- OVERTIME 162.64
3 BG DISTRIBUTORS ELECTION – POSTAGE 69.93
4 BOYD JERRY L COURTS- MISC EXPENS FOR INDIGENTS 700.00
5 BRITTON, BRENDA CO BOARD SEC FEES, CO CLK- MISC 73.90
6 BUTCHER AUTOMOTIVE SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT 1171.47
7 BYRD, ASHTON JAIL –PHONE, SHERIFF- OVERTIME 92.56
8 CARTRIGHT, ADAM SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPENS & TRAINING, JAIL- PHONE 85.35
9 CELLULAR ONE ESDA- PHONE 41.19
10 CIT COURTHOUSE- DEBT RETIREMENT 87.88
11 CITY OF FLORA ESDA- RENT 275.00
12 CLERKS OF THE CIRCUIT COURT COURTS- DUES 25.00
13 COUNTY BOARD MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD-EXPENSE 1933.54
14 COLLINS MARY BETH WELCH COURTS- ATTY FEES FOR INDIGENTS 655.49
15 ELECTION SYSTEMS & SOFTWARE ELECTION- PRINTING & SUPPLIES 263.79
16 ELLIOTT, CHRISTOPHER PUBLIC DEFENDER- OTHER EXPENS 90.00
17 FANCHER, PHILLIP COURT SECURITY-BAILIFF 817.60
18 MARK FELDHAKE SHERIFF-OVERTIME, JAIL-PHONE 426.70
19 FRANK & BRIGHT FUN HOME CORONER- OFFICE EQUIP EXPENS 100.00
20 GFI DIGITAL CH RECORD- DEBT RETIRMENT 15.74
21 GREENWOOD, PAT JAIL- OVERTIME 457.57
22 GREENWOOD, TOM COURTHOUSE SECURITY-BAILIFF 445.30
23 GROSS, WILLIAM COURTHOUSE- BAILIFF 934.40
24 GROVES, TONY JAIL- OVERTIME 205.20
25 HARRS ACE HARDWARE INSURANCE- GENERAL LIABILITY 271.93
26 HEAVENS MIST WATER COURTHOUSE- SUPPLIES 91.00
27 HEUERMAN, CORY SHERIFF-OVERTIME-JAIL-PHONE 135.70
28 HICKOX, JOHN J COURTS- ATTY FEES FOR INDIGENTS 425.00
29 HOMEFIELD ENERGY JAIL, CH, PROB- UTILITIES 1280.78
30 IACC CURCUIT CLK- MISC 200.00
31 IL JUVENILE OFFIERS ASSOC SHERIFF- TRAINING 275.00
32 IL SHERIFFS ASSOC SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPENS 775.00
33 INDOFF TREASURER- SUPPLIES, INSURANCE- GENERAL LIABILITY 215.94
34 ISBA ST ATTY- TRAINING & SEMINARS 130.00
35 LEONARD, AARON CIRCUIT CLK- ATTY FEE FOR INDIGENTS 850.00
36 LEWIS, ELAM SHERIFF- OVERTIME, JAIL- PHONE, OVERTIME 635.20
37 LEXIS NEXIS COURT- LEXIS ACCESS FEES 36.00
38 LINDA’S CLEANING SERVICE HWY- UTILITIES 65.00
39 LOUISVILLE POSTMASTER ST ATTY, ELECTIONS- POSTAGE& SUPPLIES 224.89
40 MCLEAN IMPLEMENT JAIL- MAINT TO EQUIP 248.85
41 MICROTEK RECORDERS MICRO 950.00
42 MILNER, CHAD JAIL-PHONE 40.00
43 MUNICIPLE UTILITIES JAIL, CH, HWY, PROB-UTILITIES 3914.10
44 MURBARGER, DALE ST ATTY VICTIM-WITNESS COOR 8112.50
45 MURPHY CONSTRUCTION IMPROVMENTS TO CO BUILDING 92386.05
46 MURPHY, DARLA COUNTY CLERK- MISC 8.90
47 MYERS, ANDY JAIL- PHONE, TRAINING SHERIFF- TRANSPORTING PRISONERS 82.68
48 PACHESA, MICHELLE ST ATTY- TRANSCRIPT FEES 21.00
49 RAY PHILLIPS JAIL-PHONE 40.00
50 POWLESS, JOEL COURTS- ATTY FEES FOR INDIGENTS 1736.96
51 QUANDT, TAMI COUNTY CLERK- MISC 17.80
52 QUILL ELECTION & COUNTY CLERK- SUPPLIES 40.48
53 REIMERS, DEBORAH NIEBRUGGE COURTS- ATTY FEES FOR INDIGENTS 368.75
54 RICHLAND CO SHERIFF JAIL- HOUSING OF ADULTS 1344.00
55 RICOH SHERIFF- SUPPLIES 125.00
56 RK DIXON CH RECORDS-DEBT RETIREMENT 117.21
57 SERVPRO INSURANCE- GENERAL LIABILITY 4022.89
58 SHIRT TALES SHERIFF & JAIL- UNIFORMS 84.00
59 SIMS, LORI ST ATTY- TRANSCRIPTS FEE 120.00
60 SOUTH CENTRAL FS SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT 2578.07
61 SPITZNER, STEVEN JAIL PHONE 40.00
62 STURM, ROBERT JAIL- OVERTIME & TRAINING 854.34
63 TECHNICAL PARTNERS S OF A- COMPUTER TAX SERVICE 645.99
64 THOMPSON, LYNDI TREASURER- CLERICAL HIRE OVERTIME 70.00
65 TODD, WM ROBIN CIRCUIT CLK- SUPPLIES 179.95
66 TUNGATE, MARK ATTY FEE FOR INDIGENTS 137.50
67 THOMSON REUTERS-WEST ST ATTY- DUES & SUBSCRIPTIONS 129.00
68 VERIZON JAIL- TELEPHONE 342.09
69 WALMART PROB & SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPEN, JAIL- DIET & CARE 1060.90
FOR PRISONERS, MEDICAL SUPPLIES, CH- SUPPLIES
70 WIN MISC & CONTINGENCIES 87.00
71 WTCI CH, JAIL, HWY-PHONES 1758.68
72 YOUNG, RONALD ATTY FEE FOR INDIGENTS 555.95
73 ZIMDARS A/C & APPLIANCES REPAIRS TO CTY BUILDING &INSURANCE- GENERAL LIABILITY 218.32
74 ZINKS BUILDING CENTER PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPENS 3.83
TOTAL PAID CLAIMS $ 137,648.13
1 APEX COMMUNICATIONSERVICES SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT 1064.25
2 CLAY CO HEALTH DEPARTMENT JAIL- MEDICAL SERVICES 157.62
3 COMMUNICATION REVOLVING FUND JAIL- PHONE 498.55
4 COMPASS WEB S OF A- COMPUTER TAX SERVICE 775.00
5 DANS GLASS PUBLIC BLDGS- IMPROVEMENTS TO CO JAIL 6725.00
6 DAWKINS AUTO SALES SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT 189.65
7 DBS JAIL & CH- UTILITIES 120.00
8 EFFINGHAM TELCOM SOLUTIONS JAIL- PHONE 103.00
9 GOODIN ASSOCIATES PROBATION- COMPUTER EQUIP 2000.00
10 HOLKY’S PLUMBING REPAIRS TO CO BLDGS 100.00
11 ICRMT INSURANCE- GENERAL LIABILTY 1000.00
12 INDOFF CH RECORDS, CO CLK, TREASURER, CIRCUIT CLK 1102.54
ST. ATTY, & JAIL- SUPPLIES
COURTS- OPERATION OF JUDGES OFFICE
13 KEMPER CPA GROUP CH &CIRCUIT CLK- AUDIT 20075.00
14 KNAPP OIL COMPANY SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT 473.79
15 MENARDS S OF A – SUPPLIES, JANITOR EXPENS 302.84
16 MIKES FOOD MARKET JAIL- DIET & CARE OF PRISONERS 2830.75
17 PERRY’S SMALL ENGINE CH- EQUIP MAINT 41.00
18 PERSONAL MOBILITY CH- EQUIP MAINT 439.00
19 QUILL ELECTION & CO CLK- SUPPLIES 47.68
20 RAY O’HERRON CO SHERIFF & JAIL- UNIFORMS 5788.57
21 SAVMOR PHARMACY JAIL- MEDICAL SERVIES 310.60
22 YOUNG’S PIT STOP SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT 60.00
23 ZINK BUILDING CENTER PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPENS 21.07
TOTAL UNPAIDS- $44,225.91