The June 9, 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, Bryan Knapp, John Bayler, David Johnson, Mike Rinehart, Mary McCollough, Sue Pettit.
Chairman Whitehead acknowledged guests and Chairman Whitehead also noted that on Agenda Item 16-G, there will be an Executive session.
Motion by Brad Harris, seconded by Mary McCollough, to approve the County Board minutes of May 12, 2015. Motion Carried, Voice Action.
Motion by Sue Pettit, seconded by Janice Brooks, to approve the action of the Claims Committee. Motion Carried. 13 YES
1 NO (Mike Rinehart)
Additionally, Claims Committee Chairman Pettit noted that the committee will meet July 6 to review Employee Time Sheets and Closed Session Minutes.
Jennifer Brown, 911 Coordinator, presented the 911 Report in written form.
Motion by Brad Harris, seconded by Sue Pettit, to approve the CCARS Contract.
CLAY COUNTY ANIMAL CONTROL AND SHELTER SERVICES AGREEMENT
THIS AGREEMENT, made and entered into this 9th day of June 2015, by and between Clay County, through the Clay County Board, Clay County Courthouse, Louisville, Illinois 62858, (hereinafter identified as “County” and Clay County Animal Rescue and Shelter of 123 Main St., Flora, Illinois 62839, (hereinafter identified as “CCARS”);
W I T N E S S E T H:
WHEREAS, Clay County, by and through the Clay County Board, desires to contract with Clay County Animal Shelter and Rescue to perform Animal Control duties pursuant to its statutory obligations;
WHEREAS, Clay County Animal Rescue and Shelter desires to perform said duties, in conjunction with its mission of continuing a foster care and adoption program in Clay County for stray or abandoned animals, and has represented that it intends to build a state of the art facility to utilize for operation pursuant to its assumption of these duties; and further, to benefit Clay County by fulfilling the mission of CCARS which includes preventing cruelty to animals, reduce the unwanted domestic pet population and producing educational programs on animal control and rabies.
NOW THEREFORE, for and in consideration of the mutual benefits and obligations set forth in this Agreement, the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, the parties hereto hereby agree as follows:
- ANIMAL SHELTER LEASE.
Clay County will lease to CCARS the existing Animal Control facility under the terms of a Lease attached and incorporated herein.
- ANIMAL SHELTER SERVICES.
CCARS shall provide the following services for Clay County in the unincorporated areas of Clay County;
Operate the Animal Shelter in conformance with the statutory obligations as contained in the Illinois Animal Control Act, 510 ILCS 5/1 et. seq., including investigation of abuse and neglect allegations as mandated in the Illinois Humane Care for Animals Act, 510 ILCS 70;
Answer calls from the public (either directly or through answering services or devices);
Board animals to the extent that facilities are available and suitable, provided, however, that priority shall be given to accepting animals housed in said shelter pursuant to the Illinois Animal Control Act shall have priority over any animals housed beyond that which is legally and minimally required pursuant that Act and that are delivered by local law enforcement agencies;
Sell licenses to prospective owners of animals or other persons who seek licensing as an agent for the county as required under law and in accordance with the requirements of the law;
Collect the same fees as collected under the agreement the Board had with the Clay County Health Department, including but not limited to, animal registration fees, animal impoundment fees, animal boarding fees, animal contractual fees, and animal adoption fees, and CCARS will use the amounts collected to further the requirements and goals in this agreement;
Collect fines, as an agent on behalf of the County for those animals impounded by the County or law enforcement, said fines shall be remitted to the County on a monthly basis;
Provide 24-hour access to the Shelter for local law enforcement agencies as necessary;
Charge and keep reasonable fees for the provision of services to the general public as long as a schedule of those charges and fees in provided to the County;
Provide all non-building/structure equipment, materials, and personnel at CCARS expense necessary to operate the Animal Shelter under the terms of this Agreement;
Keep and maintain complete and accurate records of all fees charged and collected (separating those charged and remitted as agent for the county from those chard and collected otherwise), and keep an accounting of all revenues and expenditures made in relation to services rendered under this Agreement. These records shall be provided on a regular (quarterly) basis to the County or County committee assigned to review these records;
Keep and maintain an Activity Log that shall record the date, time, and nature of the receipt of every animal at the Animal Shelter, including the name and address (if known) of the person presenting the animal, or the name and position of the law enforcement officer impounding the animal, the date, time and notification of the owner if the animal has an identification tag or current license, the amount of any fees, fines, and other charges for the animal, the name and address of any adopter of the animal, and the final disposition of the animal;
Maintain records, documents and other accounting evidence that sufficiently and properly substantiates all direct and indirect costs expended in operation of the Animal Shelter, provide a quarterly accounting of these records, and a summary of the Activity Log to the County or County committee assigned to review these records;
All records required under this Agreement shall be subject to inspection and review by the County upon its request. The records shall be retained by CCARS no less than five (5) years after the termination of this Agreement;
Pay for worker’s compensation, general liability, driver’s/vehicle insurance, volunteer coverage, Board and Committee coverage, and building contents in amounts acceptable to the County and at a minimum in amounts required under the Illinois Tort Claims Act;
Provide the County with copies of organizational documents (and updates, as appropriate), including but not limited to: bylaws, articles of incorporation, 501(c)3 status, personnel policies and employee manual, nondiscrimination policy, and conflict of interest policy;
At its discretion, use volunteer labor for the operations at the shelter. It will establish rules and policies for such use including, but not limited to, background, age, physical capability, skills, and availability;
Not assign the management of the shelter to another party without County approval, but will have the sole right to enter into agreements with other entities in order to support and assist in the management, operations, and promotion of the Shelter. CCARS will disclose these agreements to the County as they are executed or as part of regular reporting documents;
Establish, pay for, and control its personnel, IT, phone, financial, and legal costs and services for the Shelter. CCARS will provide copies of its annual audit, IRS Form 990, and any other financial reviews to County upon receipt of the materials;
Provide other assistance as requested by the County for special dog, cat or other animals situations within the resources and facilities available through the Shelter; and
Provide County with an opportunity at least quarterly to meet with the Board of CCARS to review operations at the Shelter, audits and other financial information, and the administrative expectations, needs, and services being provided pursuant to this Agreement.
County shall pay CCARS the sum of $42,000.00 per year for administrative services to be paid in monthly installments of $3,500.00 commencing on the day of.
County shall allow CCARS to use the existing shelter property to sell and market items, at its discretion, related to CCARS mission of providing funding for the shelter;
If donations are made directly to the County for Shelter operations, those shall be transferred to CCARS, monthly, for the use of CCARS under the terms of this agreement. Donations made to CCARS will be used in furtherance of this contract and CCARS mission statement.
- TRANSFER OF EMPLOYEES.
Animal Control positions and responsibility will transfer to CCARS employment and any County contributions made toward IMRF for said employees shall immediately be terminated, with appropriate notice of such event to be given to said employees;
The County shall make all operational and financial records related to the Animal Shelter and, to the extent possible, personnel records of transferred employees, available to CCARS.
- MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS.
CCARS staff shall participate as requested by County Counsel or the Sheriff in legal proceedings involving impounded or sheltered animals;
It is understood and agreed by the Parties that CCARS staff shall provide other assistance as requested by the County for special dog, cat or other animals situations within the resources and facilities available through the Shelter;
The Parties intend to rely on the services and commitments of CCARS as a material inducement for entering into this agreement. The rights and duties under this Agreement may not be assigned to another party, except for those noted in Paragraph 2(P) above.
The Parties are aware that CCARS may receive a new state of the art facility to serve as an animal shelter, donated by an anonymous benefactor. In the event that such donation occurs and CCARS subsequently ceases to operate or exist, this asset will be transferred by Deed to the County free and clear of all liens. The structure shall then be used by the County for purposes of maintaining Animal Services in the County.
- EFFECTIVE DATE.
This Agreement will have a beginning date, including the transfer of management and employees, use of the existing facility, and first payment of funding on.
- Clay County Board leases to CCARS and CCARS leases from Clay County Board the existing Animal Control facility, located at 14400 Hwy 45, Louisville, IL together with any and all appurtenances thereto( hereinafter “the Premises”) for a term of one (1) year, such term beginning on the date as contained in paragraph 6 above.
- CCARS shall have the right, to be exercised as provided below, to extend the Term of this Agreement for additional consecutive periods of one(1) year upon satisfaction of the following terms and conditions:
- that such extension of the Term shall be on the same terms, covenants, and conditions contained in this Agreement; and
- that this Agreement shall not have been terminated during the initial Term or any extension of the Term and shall be in full force and effect at the date of such exercise of the right to renew.
- That unless CCARS notifies County Board of CCARS’s intention to not extend the Agreement at least sixty (60) days prior to the expiration of the then-current Term, CCARS shave be deemed to have exercise its right of extension.
- When reference is made in this Agreement to the Term of the Agreement or the Term of the demise under this Agreement, the reference shall include any and all extensions of the Term unless the context otherwise requires.
CCARS shall hold harmless, indemnify, and defend County, and its officers, agents, and employees from and against all claims, suits, actions, losses, damages, liabilities, costs and expenses of any nature resulting from, arising out of, or related to the activity of CCARS or its officers, employees, subcontractors, volunteers, or agents under this Agreement. County will hold harmless, indemnify, and defend CCARS against all claims, suits, actions, losses, damages, and expenses of any nature resulting from, arising out of, or related to the activities of County, its officers, employees, or agents under this Agreement.
LIABILITY. CCARS agrees to purchase and maintain throughout the duration of this Agreement Comprehensive General Liability, Automobile Liability, Directors and Officers Liability, and Volunteers Liability Insurance at its own expense covering its activities under this Agreement. In addition, all such insurance shall list Clay County and its elected officials, officers, employees, agents and representatives as an Additional Insured for the indemnification obligations under this Agreement.
Worker’s Compensation. CCARS agrees to comply with Illinois State law for all its employees and volunteers.
Mutual Consent. The parties may terminate this Agreement at any time by mutual written consent.
County Termination with Cause. County may terminate this Agreement with written notice to CCARS of non-performance of duties or obligations, financial non-performance, breach or default under this Agreement or other good and sufficient cause as determined by County. Notice of termination for cause may be immediate if in County’s determination continuation of services is jeopardized. Otherwise, County will provide written notice of the specific cause or breach and afford CCARS thirty (30) days to remedy the issue. The remedy period may be extended by CCARS. During this period, CCARS will work with County to identify acceptable remedies.
CCARS Termination for Cause. CCARS may terminate this Agreement with written notice to County of non-performance of suites or obligations, failure to make funding available in amounts and upon schedule as agreed upon by the parties or other breach of default under this Agreement.
CCARS will provide written notice of the specific cause or breach and afford County thirty (30) days to remedy the issue. The remedy period may be extended by CCARS. During this period, CCARS will work with County to identify acceptable remedies.
If the Agreement is terminated, any unspent or unobligated funds from the County fees will be immediately returned to the County by CCARS.
The obligations and rights noted herein under the Termination Section shall not limit the remedies available under law to either party in the event of termination of this Agreement.
All notices, waivers, demands, requests, submissions, or other communications required or permitted under this Agreement shall, unless otherwise expressly provided, be in writing and shall be deemed properly served, given, and received if delivered by hand or by messenger, when delivered; or if mailed, certified or registered, postage prepaid, return receipt requested, upon receipt to the addresses listed above or such other address or addressee as either party may give to the other in writing.
The invalidity or unenforceability of any provision of this Agreement shall not affect or impair any other provision. The determination that any provision of this Agreement is in conflict with any federal, state, or local constitution, charger, law, ordinance, regulation, or order shall not nullify any other provision of this Agreement. The conflicting provision shall continue in effect to the extent that it remains valid.
All negotiations, consideration, representations, and understandings between County and CCARS and incorporated in this Agreement and may be modified or altered only by an agreement in writing between the Parties.
This agreement is executed as of the date set forth herein above in duplicate originals with each party hereto receiving one original document.
IT IS SO AGREED
CLAY COUNTY, ILLINOIS, BY AND THROUGH ITS BOARD
On this 9th day of June, 2015.
Sign: S/ Ted Whitehead
CLAY COUNTY ANIMAL RESCUE AND SHELTER, AN ILLINOIS NOT FOR PROFIT CORPORATION
On this ____ day of _________, 2012.
Motion Carried. 8 YES ( Spitzner, Harris, Wildbur, Knapp, Whitehead, Johnson, Pettit, C. Rinehart, Bayler, M. Rinehart) , 6 No ( Goodman, Brooks, Weidner, C.Rinehart, Bayler, M. Rinehart)
Wes Miller, Coroner, presented his Semi- Annual Report in written form.
Motion by Sue Pettit, seconded by Dave Johnson, to approve the Coroner’s Report in written form. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Motion by Mike Rinehart, seconded by Brad Harris, to approve the FY 2016 Health Department Budget. Motion Carried.
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.
Chairman Whitehead thanked Steve Wood for his years of service to the county upon his retiring May 31, 2015.
Motion by Sue Pettit, seconded by Janice Brooks to approve the 2016 Holiday schedule. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Motion by Jeremy Wildbur, seconded by Joe Goodman, to adopt the Jury Resolution. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
WHEREAS, by Resolution adopted August 12, 2003, the County Board established the fee to be assessed and collected by the Circuit Clerk for a civil jury trial at $200.00 and for an ordinance violation jury trial at $135.00. Said resolution is still in full force and effect, and
WHEREAS, by Public Act 098-1132, the General Assembly amended the applicable statutes of the Illinois Compiled Statutes to increase the compensation paid to jurors for service to $25.00 for the first day of attendance, and $50.00 per day for each additional day of attendance. Said Public Act further amended said statutes to limit civil jury trials to 6-man juries and provided that the county board should establish a fee for each alternate juror requested for said civil jury trials. Said Public Act takes effect June 1, 2015, and
WHREAS, the County Board has previously authorized the payment of travel expense to the jurors and the same is no longer required by state statute;
WHEREAS, the application of said Public Act will increase the costs of jury trials and therefore does justify an increase of the fees assessed by the Circuit Clerk for civil juries and ordinance violation juries, and
WHEREAS, the application of said Public Act requires the County Board to establish a fee for alternate jurors in civil jury matter
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNTY BOARD OF CLAY COUNTY, ILLINOIS, THAT:
SECTION 1. Resolution adopted August 12, 2003 be and the same is hereby amended to provide that the fee to be assessed and collected by the Circuit Clerk for civil jury demands is $212.50.
SECTION 2. Resolution adopted August 12, 2003 be and the same is hereby amended to provide that the fee to be assessed and collected by the Circuit Clerk for ordinance violation jury demands is $137.50.
SECTION 3. Resolution adopted August 12, 2003 be and the same is hereby amended to provide that the fee to be assessed and collected by the Circuit Clerk for alternate jurors in civil jury trials is $125.00 for each alternate juror requested.
SECTION 4. The fee to be paid by the County of Clay to grand and petit jurors for their services in attending courts the sums of $25.00 for the first day and thereafter $50.00 for each day of necessary attendance with no reimbursement for travel expense.
SECTION 5. The fee is to be charged to the requesting litigant and then paid to any alternate juror(s) for their services in attendance the sum of $25.00 for the first day and $50.00 for each day of attendance thereafter, with no reimbursement for travel expense.
SECTION 6. The Circuit Clerk shall pay to jurors as compensation for service those sums required by 55 ILCS 5/4-11001 as now in effect or as hereafter amended.
SECTION 7. In all other respects, Resolution adopted August 12, 2003 shall remain in full force and effect.
SECTION 8. This resolution shall be in effect June 1, 2015, and apply to all cases filed after said date.
PASSED THIS____9th___DAY OF_____June_________________2015.
s/ Ted Whitehead
Ted Whitehead, Clay County Board Chairman
___s/ Brenda Britton__________________
Brenda Britton, Clay County Clerk
Circuit Clerk Crystal Ballard presented her report in written form.
Treasure Jana Tolliver presented her Financial Reports in written form. Additionally, Tolliver reported the Mobile Home Tax Bills have been mailed and Real Estate Tax Bills should go out in July.
Motion by Dave Johnson, seconded by Brad Harris, to approve the Clay County Prevailing Wage Ordinance. Motion Carried.
County Engineer Mike Quandt presented the Highway Department Report in written form. Additionally, Quandt reported that’s Lee Ann Stanford has been hired as Secretary at the Highway Department, employment beginning June 22, 2015.
Motion by Sue Pettit, seconded by Jeremy Wildbur, to approve the Radio Purchase for the Hospital, in the amount of $23,382.95. Motion Carried.
Motion by Dave Johnson, seconded by Joe Goodman, to approve adding Sara Richardson and Rebecca Johnson as users to the Remote Deposit Capture. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Motion by Dave Johnson, seconded by Jeremy Wildbur, to approve increasing the deposit limit to $500,000 (currently $250,000). Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Motion by John Bayler, seconded by Mike Spitzner to approve the roof repairs to the Kumar Building. Motion Carried.
Motion by Janice Brooks, seconded by Brad Harris, to approve the following health professionals. Motion Carried. Voice Action
Kyle Hayden, D.O. Provisional Courtesy Radiology
Brandon Snyder, M.D. Provisional Courtesy Radiology
Robert Kaufman, M.D. Provisional Courtesy Radiology
Ronald Hidalgo, M.D Provisional Courtesy Radiology
Jane Janes, APN Specified Professional Affiliate
Clay County Hospital President Amanda Goostree announced that Dr. Brandon Cycholl will be joining CCH August 1, 2015, seeing new patients in September. Dr. Cycholl will be Medical Director for CCH Clinics.
Phil Gustafson, SSM, presented the Clay County Hospital Year End Review. Gustafson emphasized the fact that many critical care hospitals are no longer functioning yet CCH continues to thrive and grow.
CCH had a $300,000 gain, and that was after cleaning up outstanding audit issues from past years.
CCH saw a 40% growth in in- patient services, and 18% growth in out- patient services.
Many new programs and specialty services have been implemented, as well as, adding a 2nd surgeon, and several other medical providers.
Additionally, regarding employee turnover, Human Resources focus is on the hiring process and peer interviews; citing it usually takes a 3-5 year period to adjust to cultural changes.
Motion by Janice Brooks, seconded by John Bayler, to go to closed session for the following purpose: (1) The appointment, employment, compensation, discipline, performance or dismissal of specific employees of the public body (5ILCS 120/2 (c ) (1) ; Time : 6:55 p.m. Motion Carried. Voice Action.
Motion by Sue Pettit, seconded by Jeremy Wildbur, to return to open session. Time: 7:00 p.m. Motion Carried. Voice Action. 13 Yes, 1 No (C. Rinehart)
Motion by Dave Johnson, seconded by Joe Goodman to amend the residency requirement if the SSM Agreement, Paragraph 3.2 (a), no longer requiring the Hospital President to reside in Clay County. Motion Carried. 11 Yes ( Spitzner, Harris, Goodman, Brooks, Wildbur, Knapp, Whitehead, Bayler, Johnson, Pettit, Mccollough) 3 No ( Weidner, C Rinehart, M. Rinehart)
Executive Finance Committee Chairman Mike Rinehart reported the Committee had met with no real changes to report. Additionally Rinehart reported the committee will look into mileage rates.
Chairman Whitehead read a letter from the Office of the Chief Judge, Fourth Judicial Circuit.
STATE OF ILLINOIS
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF JUDGE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Mr. Ted Whitehead
Clay County Board Chairman
Clay County Courthouse
Louisville, IL 62858
Re: Clay County State’s Attorney
Dear Mr. Whitehead:
Please be advised Clay County State’s Attorney Marilyn Brant is resigning her position as Clay County’s State’s Attorney effective June 30, 2015.
Accordingly, please find enclosed a request for filling the State’s Attorney vacancy signed by a majority of the Circuit Judges of this circuit requesting that the vacancy be filled by you and the County Board as provided by statute. It is my understanding the Board has a regularly scheduled meeting June 9, 2015. Hopefully, the appointment can be completed on that date.
Please contact me with questions.
s/ Michael D. McHaney
Motion by Chris Rinehart, seconded by Brad Harris, to go to closed session for the following purpose: (3) The selection of a person to fill a public office, when the public body is given power to appoint under law or ordinance, or the discipline, performance or removal of the occupant of a public body is given power to remove the occupant under law or ordinance (5ILCS 120/2 (c ) (3); Time :7:05 p.m. Motion Carried. Voice Action
Motion by Sue Pettit, seconded by Joe Goodman, to return to open session. Time :7:25 p.m. Motion Carried. Voice Action
Chairman Whitehead reported that he had received three names for consideration for the State’s Attorney appointment: Assistant State’s Attorney Melanie Pearce, from the Republican Party Joel Powless, and from the Democratic Party Sherry Tungate.
Chairman Whitehead stated he was bringing forth Joel Powless from the Republican Party.
Motion by Chris Rinehart, seconded by Bryan Knapp to ratify the Chairman’s appointment of Joel Powless as State’s Attorney. Motion Failed 5 Yes (Goodman, Wildbur, C. Rinehart, Knapp, Whitehead) 8 No (Spitzner, Harris, Brooks, Weidner, Bayler, Johnson, Pettit, McCollough) 1 Abstain (M. Rinehart)
Chairman Whithead stated he was not prepared to bring forth another name at this time and a Special Meeting will be scheduled.
Board Member Sue Petitt commented that “For the record, I would like to state the reason. I voted “No “is the very short time before we have another election and I feel it is in the best interest of the county to leave Melanie in that position she has worked for us for 7 years and I think she’s done an excellent job. My vote “No” in no way reflects against Joel Powless. I think he is an excellent attorney and would be a good person for the position, but as far as the county’s interest I just feel like that’s the decision I have to make.
Chairman Whitehead read a “Thank You” not from the family of Stalford Duvall.
Additionally Chairman Whitehead read a letter from the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency.
June 4, 2015
Name of Place Clay County Courthouse
300 Broadway Street
Date: May 18,2015
This letter is to notify you that the place named above was entered in the National Register of Historic Places on the date listed above.
If you have any questions concerning this, please feel free to contact me.
National Register Coordinator
Chairman Whitehead thanked Tim Jones for all his work on having the Courthouse acknowledged as such.
Sheriff Myers made note that he is planning an open house at the Jail for County Board members the next County Board meeting.
Executive Finance Committee Chairman Rinehart stated he had received a letter from Franklin County Detention Center asking for $750.00, and he will take this to the committee for a recommendation.
Motion by Bryan Knapp, seconded by John Weidner, to adjourn. Time: 7:40 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:
1 ACT TIRE & AUTO SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT 47.00
2 AIT CORONER- TOXICOLOGY 180.00
3 AMEREN CIPS JAIL, HWY, PROB, CH-UTILITIES 451.93
4 AYERS, JAMIE JAIL- PHONE, SHERIFF- OVERTIME 145.12
5 BALLARD, CRYSTAL CIRCUIT CLK- MISC 133.50
6 BARBER, STEPHEN D.M.D. JAIL- MEDICAL SERVICES 532.00
7 BRANT, MARILYN STATES ATTORNEY- SUPPLIES 15.62
8 BRIGHT, BARRY COURTS- ATTY FEES FOR INDIGENTS 243.95
9 BRITTON, BRENDA CO BOARD SEC FEES 65.00
10 BURKE, SANDY PROB- TAVEL 248.40
11 BYERS PRINTING COMPANY COUNTY CLK- BOOK BINDING & RECORD BOOKS 1930.96
12 BYRD, ASHTON JAIL –PHONE, SHERIFF- OVERTIME 145.12
13 CARTRIGHT, ADAM SHERIFF OVERTIME, JAIL- PHONE 421.48
14 CELLULARONE ESDA- PHONE 41.19
15 CHEMUNG COUNTY SHERIFF STATES ATTORNEY- SUPPLIES 28.00
16 CHETS ELECTRIC REPAIRS TO CO. BUILDINGS 3748.87
17 CIC RECORDERS- SUPPLEIS 80.00
18 CIT CH RECORDS- DEBT RETIREMENT 87.88
19 CITY OF FLORA ESDA- RENT 275.00
20 CLAY COUNTY ADVOCATE PRESS ADMIN0 REVIEW ASSESS ROLLS EXPENS 79.60
21 CLAY COUNTY HEALTH DEP JAIL- MEDICAL SUPPLIES, SOLID WASTE PLANNING 1925.52
22 CLAY COUNTY REPUBLICAN MISC EXPENS FOR INDIGENTS, CH- PRINTING & SUPPLIES 191.10
23 CLAY COUNTY TREASURER-IMRF MISC & CONTINGENCIES 292.50
24 COMPASS WEB TREASURER- COMPUTER EQUIP SOFTWARE 50.00
25 COUNTY BOARD MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD-EXPENSE 2045.16
26 CREATIVE PRODUCT SOURCING INC- DARE SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPENS 106.00
27 EFFINGHAM TELCOM JAIL- PHONE 103.00
28 FANCHER, PHILLIP BAILIFFS 919.80
29 MARK FELDHAKE JAIL- PHONE, SHERIFF- OVERTIME 215.64
30 FLEET ONE LLC PROBATION- TRAVEL 144.59
31 FLORA PRINTING COMPANY PROBATION- INCIDENTAL EXPENS 87.26
32 FRANK & BRIGHT FUN HOME CORONER- OFFICE EQUIP EXPENS 100.00
33 FRITSCHLE, LOGAN JAIL- OVERTIME 159.12
34 FRONTIER COMM COLLEGE SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPENS 42.00
35 GFI DIGITAL CH RECORD- DEBT RETIRMENT 23.90
36 GREENWOOD, PAT JAIL- OVERTIME, SHERIFF-TRANSPORTING 87.20 PRISONERS
37 GREENWOOD, TOM COURTHOUSE SECURITY-BAILIFF 467.20
38 GROSS, WILLIAM COURTHOUSE- BAILIFF, JAIL- OVERTIME, TRAINING 1951.04
39 GROVES, TONY JAIL- OVERTIME 51.30
40 HARRS ACE HARDWARE CH- SUPPLIES 56.97
41 HEARTLAND PEST CONTROL PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT 170.00
42 HEAVEN’S MIST WATER PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPENS 19.50
43 HEUERMAN, CORY JAIL-PHONE, SHERIFF- OT 349.12
44 HICKOX, JOHN J ATTORNEY FEES FOR INDIGENTS 315.00
45 HOLKY’S PLUMBING IMPROVEMENTS TO CO. BUILDING 767.93
46 HOMEFIELD ENERGY JAIL, CH, PROB, HWY- UTILITIES 832.70
47 IL DEPT OF PUBLIC HEALTH SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPENS 35.00
48 IL JUVENILE OFFICERS ASSOC SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPENS 350.00
49 IL PUBLIC SAFETY AGENCY JAIL- PHONE 1662.00
50 IL STATE BAR ASSOC COURTS- DUES & SUBSCRIPTIONS 395.00
51 LEE’S PC DEPOT OPERATION OF JUDGES OFFICE 50.00
52 LEONARD,AARON K ATTORNEY FEES FOR INDIGENTS 300.00
53 LEWIS, ELAM JAIL- PHONE,SHERIFF- OVERTIME 784.00
54 LIL DETAILS SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPENS 75.00
55 LINDA’S CLEANING SERVICE HWY- UTILITIES 65.00
56 LORENZ SUPPLY SO CH- SUPPLIES 581.39
57 LOUISVILLE AUTO PARTS REPAIRS TO CO BUILDING 127.00
58 LOUISVILLE LAUNDRY SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPENS 154.00
59 LOUISVILLE POSTMASTER SHERIFF- SUPPLIES, PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPENS 1905.84
60 MILLER OFFICE EQUIPMENT CIRCUIT CLK- SUPPLIES, S OF A- COMPUTER TAX SERVICES 123.00
61 MILLER, WES CORONER- TRAVEL 72.09
62 MILNER, CHAD JAIL-PHONE 40.00
63 MILONE, GARY E COURTS- ATTY FEES FOR INDIGENTS 893.07
64 MUNICIPLE UTILITIES JAIL, CH, HWY, PROB-UTILITIES 1573.09
65 MURPHY CONSTRUCTION JAIL- PUBLIC GROUNDS IMPROVEMENT 11016.00
66 MYERS, ANDY JAIL- PHONE, SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPENS 152.68
67 RAY PHILLIPS JAIL-PHONE, SHERIFF- OVERTIME 408.40
68 PROMOWATCH, INC SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPENS 75.00
69 ROE #12 CLAY CO. SHARE ROE#12 7467.08
70 REIMERS, DEBORAH NIEBRUGGE ATTORNEY FEES FOR INDIGENTS 1625.00
71 RICOH SHERIFF- SUPPLIES 125.00
72 RKDIXON CH RECORDS- DEBT RETIREMENT 131.28
73 SAV MOR PHARMACY JAIL- MEDICAL SERVICES 315.79
74 SIMS, LORI C.S.R. COURTS- OPERATION OF JUDGES OFFICE 27.00
75 SOUTH CENTRAL FS SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT 2015.03
76 SPITZNER, STEVEN JAIL PHONE 40.00
77 STURM, ROBERT JAIL- OVERTIME 152.82
78 TUNGATE, MARK ATTORNEY FEES FOR INDIGENTS 2737.50
79 THE POTTER’S SHED SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXENS 50.00
80 VERIZON JAIL- TELEPHONE 342.17
81 WALMART JAIL- DIET & CARE, SUPPLIES, MEDICAL SERVICES 2566.42
CH- SUPPLIES, SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPENS
82 WEIDNER, KRISTA PROB- TRAVEL 72.31
83 WTCI CH, JAIL, HWY-PHONES 1800.03
84 YOUNG, RONALD COURTS- ATTY FEES FOR INDIGENTS 700.80
TOTAL PAID CLAIMS $61,379.96
ACT AUTOMOTIVE SHERIFF- INCIDENTAL EXPENS 40.00
CLAY COUNTY REPUBLICAN S OF A- SUPPLIES 65.00
COMPASS WEB STATES ATTY- SUPPLIES & S OF A- COMPUTER SERVIES 90.00
DBS DISPOSAL HWY, JAIL, COURTHOUSE- UTITLITIES 225.00
HEAVENS MIST WATER CH- SUPPLIES 65.00
INDOFF TREASURER, STATES ATTY, S OF A, ELECTION, JAIL 2896.58
SUPPLIES, JAIL- PURCHASE EQUIPMENT
PROB- INCIDENTAL EXPENS
KEMPER CPA GROUP AUDIT 130.00
MILLER OFFICE EQUIPMENT COURTS & STATES ATTY- SUPPLIES 353.95
OK AUTOMOTIVE SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT 814.30
PERRY’S SMALL ENGINE COURTHOUSE- SUPPLIES 129.02
RAY O’HERRON CO SHERIFF- PURCHASE EQUIPMENT, UNIFORMS 418.99
WIN MISC AND CONTIGENCIES 89.00
YOUNG’S PIT STOP SHERIFF- AUTO MAINT 108.00
TOTAL UNPAIDS- $5424.84