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THE KALONA NEWS, SEPTEMBER 4, 2014 PAGE 3B Tho following county lend nnM.L20 Stone Ridge Estates 8D E2 NW4 & W2 Courtney Stout, grantee; warranty deed; Hasklns; Allio quit olelmli $2 Vec Alley AdJ tigris am u noted In the Washington NE4 27-77-5; $318,800 Aud Perc B In SW4 SW4 25-76-7 L7, 8 $43,000 County Recorder's Office. Grantor Is Betty J Hoot=an, grantor; Charles E LEEl Stout, Penny Stout, grantor; Brant RlimJl Aohlirye, Sonla Acharyli Oupta, the seller and Grantee Is the buyer. Hcotman, grantee; survlv spouse; Lll B24 Stout, Courtney Stout, grantee; warranty grantor; William D Gerdes, Lind= J Gerdee, Price= are eetlme~ bu~ on fax stamp Columbian Add, Washington deed; Aud Pare B in SW4 SW4 25-76-7 grantee; warranty deed; L8 Ealit Creek Add, amount al listed In County Recorder'= Michael G Vincent, Connie J Vincent, Roy D Beechy, Elizabeth Ann Beeohy, Wlishlngton; $294,000 conversion chert, grantor; Matthew J Ives, Chrlstel J Ivee, grantor; Samuel R Beechy, Juanlta Beechy, Bernlird L Thomann, grantor; Alan P June 9-13, 2014 grantee; warranty deed; Aud Pero C, Cont grantee; warranty deed; Land 2-77-8; Thomenn, Llndl K Thomlnn, grantee; war- Roneld BAr=strong, Karan KArm=trong, 5,883AC NWFR4 NE4 & SW4 NE4 And N $120,000 rarity deed; PT SW4 SW4 25-77-7 Cont grantor; Be=seth= J Fisher, grantee; war- L1 ofAud SD W2 BE4 5-78.g; $80,000 Shewn W Reth, Christine M Reth, Chris- 6,gSAC; $250,000 ranty deed; L10, W28FT Lll B8 Smoules Susan Jolynn Leyden, grantor; Kevln Ed- tins M Less, grantor; Jersey McGIrt, Steph- Matthew J Vogel, Cod Vogel, Corinne L Second Add, Walihington; 11-18-307-006; ward Hora, grantee; quit claim deed; Land singe McGIrt, grantee; warranty deed; L51 Vogel, grantor; Jacob W Slndli, Kathryn R $110,000 SW4 BE4 18-76-7 Cont 2,22AC & 2.78AC Schncebelens 8D, Rive=Ida; $126,500 Sends, grantee; warranty deed; L18 Olik- Rlchlrd D Belton, grantor; Kathryn A Joe D Knott, grantor; Eric David Yoder, Kenneth K Miller, grantor; Iszak Kleelie, wood VIllage 8D, Wlishlngton; $250,000 Belton, grantee; =urv lipoulie; L10 B12 Orlg grantee; warranty deed; Former RR Row grantee; warranty deed; L10 B2 Margaret M Ksran D Wlnborn Eeetlita, Andrew M Win- Plat, Riverside 100FT Wlde Across W2 NE4 13-77-7; YoungsAdd, Welihlngton; $52,000born Coexecutor, Phllllp E Wlnbom CoEx- Todd Hahn Con=ruction Inc, grantor; $80,000 Lois Mlirle Oaks, grantor; Sarah Farrier, ecutor, grantor; Andrew M Wlnbom, Petri- Staven R Kuhl, grantee; warranty deed; Pennyless Corp, grantor; Brant Stout, grantee; warranty deed; L7,8 Bll Orlg Pllt, cla B Wlnbom, grantee; court officer; Und Into L10 Walnut Ridge Elitatali, Kalon=; Bergert Inc, grantor; St=van S Berger, $177,500 Julia M Berger, grantee; warranty deed; Aud Phllllp E Wlnborn, grantor; Andrew M Plirc B PT NW4 BE4, PT 8W4 8E4, PT E2 Wlnborn, Petrlle Wlnborn, grantee; Und BE4 SW4 & PT NE4 SW4 14-77-g; $20,000 Into L10 Walnut Ridge Elitlteli, Kllon=; Ads Sue Sands, Adl Sue Steele, Ads $178,000 Sue Crceeett, Dale Sands, grantor; Phil Alta M Troyer, Verde A Troyer, grantor; E Stout, Dawn K Stout, grantee; wlrranty Justin J Deliotel, Rachel E Desotal, grant, deed; L12 Gag W Alexenders add, Craw- el; warranty deed; PT LC B8 Myenl Second fordsvllle; $88,500 Add, Kalona; $117,000 Washington County Sheriff, Houliehold Tlmothy J Vogel, KlmberlyAVogel, grant- Finance Industrial Loin Co of Iowa, Dort L or; Shannon D Rugg, Erie R Rugg, grantee; Voytko, John Nlim Voytko, Stavln Charles wlirrlinty deed; L2 Prlilrle Home add, W!uh- Roth St, Lois Ann Roth, grantor; Houliehold Ington; $182,600 Finance Industrial Loen Co of lows, grant- Robert O 8ohlegel, Deborah A Sohlegel, el; sheriff deed; 1.2 Rolling Hills SD, Weigh- grantor; Joel R Wenger, grantee; warranty Ington; (Voytko/Roth) 126,356.23 deed; L8 B5 JH Wllsons Add, Walihlngton; $73,600 MId-Praldo Community 8ohool District prepaid bills; from MId-Pralris. the outdoor oluulroom. Thlli Ill I first year Kelone, Well=an, West CheetarOpen Enrollment Requeetl Pereonnel Items project. MId.Preldo High School, Wollmen, IA Terry & Tara Weychoff request "late Contract i/uued to Karl Beetty, eli High Walihington Township PTO requeetli 82386 Wsychoff, Grade 10, attend Mid-Prairie School Strength and Conditioning Coach approval to rallie funds through in Octo- August 28, 2014- 7:00 p.m. High School from Wllltamliburg. (Fall Only), $1,493,82 per Innum, bar 28, 2014, Fell Open House free.will www.mld.preldo.k12.1e,ue Robert & Rebecca Mulllnli request Nat- Contract Ilisued to RIndy Billlupe, u donation meal for use to support oluli- =lie Mulllns, Grade 10, attend MId-Pralde Assistant Wrestling Coach at the High room needs, field tdpe, and all lichcol President Jim Huliliey called the meet- Home School Aslillitenc, e Program from School, $3,866,40 per annum, activities ell well ul larger purahelieli thlt Ing to order. Iowa City. Resignation of Ryan Koller, Veralty may erilie during the lichool year. Board membere present: JimSteffany Rawle requests Rylelgh Baseball Coach, $4,820 per annum, ef- Washington Townlihlp PTO raqueeta Huuey, Matt Fruoht, Chuck Freeman Swertzendruber, Grade 4, attend Kalone feotlve 8/13/2014. Ipprovel to reilie funds from Augulit 29 (erdved it 7:12pm), Jersey Plckard, Elementary from Washington. Resignation of Ryen Duwe, Girls As- to September 17, 2014, by selling But- George Schaefer, end Jeremy Statler. Chedty Plgsley requests Jordan Wel- slstant Track Coach, $1,g38.g8 pot an- tar breldli for Improvementli to the play- Board member= absent:Chuck mann ,Grade 8, attend Mid-Prairie Middle hum, effective 8/21/2014. ground end playground equipment. Freemen, St=de Bontrager. School from Washington. Resignation of Ryen Duwe, 7th Grade NIAC Contact for Educetlonel Bar- Jar=my Plckird moved to adopt the Kirk & Sara Putt=ann request Sophia Boyli Basketball Coach, $2,181 per an- vices agenda ill presented. Seconded by Matt Putt=an, Kindergarten, attend We,men num, effective 8/21/2014. The agreement Ill for the purpolie of Fmlicht. Motion carried 5-0. Elementary from Keote. Resignation of Hannah MIIIor, 7th expending the licoba of collego courses Public Forum Janey 8chell requests Krllitin 8chell, Grade Softball Coach, $1,869.80 per an- offered to the Dllitrlct for concurrent credit No one spoke. Grade 11 end Jaylene 8hell, Kinder- num, effective 8/21/2014. within the litata-legllileted Senior Year Consent home gertan attend Washington CommunRy Fundrelelng Requests Pluli program. Thlli Ill a one.year contract George Schaefer moved to approve Schools from Mid-Prairie. Kelona Elementary Bopitorli requeetli from July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2016. the following consent items, Tony== Cole requeetli Willow Cole, approval to rlllie funds through the Kalo. Finance Payment of BIlls Grade 4, end Belly Cole, Grade 11, at- na Fall Festival, September 28 end 27, Oenerel Obligation Bonds The blllli eli lilited forAugust 25th and tend Wishlngton Community Schools 2014, by selling cotton cindy for use for Fuel Bid= Buslneu Manager, Jeff Swertzontru- bar, proliented the two bids to the boird for propilili end approval, Only two com- plnles liubmltted bide for the upcoming liohool yeir, Swirtzentruber noted that thlli agenda Item Ill late In the year com- pared to previous year= end the goal Is to have the bid proceu happen In May/June tlmoframee In liubliequent year=. Herahbarger OII Company, Vendor's Mergln per Gallon, Fumlsh end Deliver Diesel, $0.138 for #2 Diesel, $0.186 for #1 Dleliel KIIonn OII Company, Vendor'li Margin per Gallon, Fumllih end Deliver DIESel, $0.017 for #2 Dleliel, $0.010 for Winter Blend Joramy Plcklrd made the motion to ep- prove Kalon= OII Company eli liu~',oliliful bidder for the time period September 1, 2014 to August 1, 2014, Jeramy Statler /ascended the motion, Motion carried 5-0. Board Development and In-Service Activities Chairman Hulixy noted continuing Board Edupition semlnira available. Subsequent to the closure of tho bulil- nelili meeting the Board toured the Alter- native Learning Center in Well=an, KJlo- ne Elementary end Mid-Prairie Middle School In Kalon=, This well in opportu- nity to ale the currant conditions, project progreeli end floor plans of the building/i, Chuck Freeman arrived it 7:12pm, Announcements end Suggestions for Next Agenda The next regular Board meeting will be on Monday, September 8, 2014, et 7:00 p,m. at the High School library, Dllious- lion about meeting date= for the next few mootlngli. Conlillitanoy In data end time well noted eli desirable et thlli time, AdJoummont The meeting adjourned it 8:48p,m, President, Jimee P Hulilioy Secratery, Jeffrey C, Swirtzentruber Publilihed In the Kolone Newli, Thura- dly, September 4, 2014 L-147 ORIGINAL NOTICE FOR Wlmberly, Jr., Bureau Investment Group South Half of Lot Number Fifteen (16), TION. THIS MEANS THAT THE BALEPURCHASER AT THE SALE WILL BE tor It 84t..684-I!802. (If you ire heir. PUBLICATION Portfolio No. 14 LLC In Block Number Five (5), In Snlder Ind OF THE MORTGAGED PROPERTY ENTITLED TO IMMEDIATE POSSES- Ing Implied, call Relay Iowl TrY It You are notified there was on June Allen'li Addition to the Town of Kelona, WILL OCCUR PROMPTLY AFTER EN- SIgN OF THE MORTGAGED PROP- 18001382942.) Disability ooordlnitore In the lows District Court for Weohlng- 18, 2014 filed in the Office of the Clerk Welihlngton County, Iowa TRY OF JUDGMENT UNLESS YOU ERTY. YOU MAY PURCHASE AT THE cennot provide legal advice, ton County. EquRy No. EQEQ008892 of the above-named Court a Foreclosure that the mortgage on the above-de- FILE WITH THE COURT A WRITTEN 8ALE. Green Tree Servicing LLC, plaintiff, vs. Petition, which prays for foreclosure of licribad rill estate be foreclosed, that DEMAND TO DELAYTHE SALE. IF YOU You must lierve I motion or Inliwer Clerk of the Above Court, Richard C. Wlmbedy, Jr. A/K/A Richard mortgage in favor of the Plaintiff on the e lipeolel execution Issue for the eels of FILE A WRITTEN DEMAND, THE SALE on or before the 24th diy of Septam- Welihlngton County Courthoulie Chides Wlmberly, Jr.; Spoulie of Richard property deecdbed herein end judgment as much of the mortgaged premises eli WILL BE DELAYED UNTIL SiX MONTHS bar, 2014, Ind within i reelioneble time Welihlngton, Iowa C. Wlmberly, Jr. A/K/A Richard Charleli in ram In the amount of $86,727.93 plus Ill necelipiry to satisfy the judgment end FROM ENTRY OF JUDGMENT IF THE thor=shot, file your motion or enliwer, In Wlmbedy, Jr., ; Cltlbenk Federal Savings Interest et the rate of 8.78% per annum for other relict is the Court may doom MORTGAGED PROPERTY IS YOUR the Iowa Dllitrict Court for Wulhlngton YOU ARE ADVllllen TO ==leek LIE. Bank; FIA Card Services; Capital One from Novemver 1, 2013, such amount julit end equitable. The attorney for tho RESIDENCE AND IS A ONE-FAMILY County, Iowa, etthe County Courthoulie GAL ADVICE AT ONP.le 1"O I=RO1'IEP-1' Bank (USA), N.A.; Chalie Bank USA, NA: equaling $16,04 per day, the colitli of the Plaintiff Ill Matthew E. Laughlin, wholio OR TWO-FAMILY DWELLING OR UN- In Wulhlngton, Iowa. If you do not, Judg- Bureau Invelitment Group Portfolio No. actlonlncludlngtitlecostliof$228.00, and address Is The Devili Brown Tower, 218 TIL TWO MONTHS FROM ENTRY OF mentbydofeultmeyberanderadegelnlit 14 LLC end Parties In Ppiseeslon, De- reasonable attorney fees end that Pild 10th Street, Sulto 1300, Des Molnee, JUDGMENT IF THE MORTGAGED you for the relief demanded In the Petl- Pub,shed In The KIIonl Newli, Thura- fendanta, liumli be declared e lien upon the follow- Iowa 60309-3gg3, Phone: (618) 288- PROPERTY IS NOT YOUR RESIDENCE tlon. day, Augulit 21, 2014 L-107 To the above-named Defendants: Ing-deecribed premilies from November 2600, Fecelmllo: (616) 243-0864, OR IS YOUR RESIDENCE BUT NOT A If you require the assistance of lux. Data of Bocond Publloetlon, Augulit 28, Richard C. Wlmberly, Jr., a/k/i Richard 28, 2001, located In Walihington County, NOTICE ONE-FAMILY OR TWO-FAMILY DWELL-Illity aids or cervices to participate In 2014 Charles Wlmberly, Jr., Spoulie of Richard lows, to-wit: THE PLAINTIFF HAS ELECTED ING. YOU WILL HAVE NO RIGHT OF court beceuee of I disability, Immedl. Date of Third Publication, September C. Wlmberly, Jr., I/We Richard Charles Lot Number Sixteen (18), end the FORECLOSURE WITHOUT REDEMP- REDEMPTION AFTER THE 8ALE. THE italy cell your district ADA ooordlne. 4, 2014 BOARD OF SUPERVISORS personnel change request for Bill Perry I final amount due from Weohlngton Building #2, Welihlngton, Iowa. The ell utilities, except telephone and Intarnet WASHINGTON COUNTY, IOWA wholie employment with the County County In the amount of $10,30g.38 egraement Ill for the time period of July eocesli, Ill Included In the monthly rental REGULAR MEETING OF TUESDAY, Engineer's Office ended on August 5, which Includes retalnege along with one 1, 2014 through June 30, 2018, unlees amount. County Attorney Larry Brook AUGUST 11), 2014 2014. limall work order. According to Thoriuli, a 90 day notice Is given by either party, lit=tad ho had reviewed the document The Board voted to ipprovo, end payment of thlli amount will come from The Ioelio will outometloelly renew for end found It acceptable from a legal Chairman Steve Davis called the authorize the Chair to algn, e personnel ferm tomerkotfundli. TheBoerdvotadto an additional ono-yeer term provided litandpolnt. The complete agreement mooting to order et go30 a.m. in the change request from the County Engineer ipprovo payment of bridge replacement that the lease has not boon terminated Ill available by contacting the Auditor's Courthoulio chamber= In regular scallion, for the hiring of Robert Bauer eli a celiuel costa, related to bridge project BROS- for any roe/ion by either party, Tormli office. Items on the egonba were: peraonnol part-time employee, effective August 5, C0928(81)--SF-g2, In the amount of of the Ioalio cell for the Ioliloo, HIIIorolit SowerdbrlofedtheBoerdbystatlngLoo (:hinge roquostli - County Engineer; 2014, at a rate of $80.00 per hour. The $10,389.38 and to luthorizo the chair Family Service/i, to pay a monthly rental County approved a resolution onAprl127, approval of final payment for BROS- County Auditor is hereby authorized to lilgn raleted document= on behalf of fee of $1,810.37 to Wuhlngton County, 2010 raqueetlng Regional UtilRy Service C0928(81)---SF-g2 - County Engineer; to issue pay warrants upon proper the Board. The complete document Ill except that the pro-ratad end egrood Bylitomli (RUSS)to provide wolitawatar pemonnol change requeeta - County certification from the Dobartmont Head. Ivelleblo by contacting the Audltor'li upon amount for July end Augulit, 2014 treatment liorvlces to the unlncorporatad Shodff; dlamueelon end action regarding The Bolrd voted to approve, end office, will be $1,580.83. The July and Augpit communRy of Mopir/Powdertown. proposed FY2015 lease egraemont authorize the Chair to sign, e poraonnol The Board voted to acknowledgerant Ill duo on or before Soptamber 1, A Sower Revenue Bond Anticipation between HIIIcrest Family Services and change request from Washington County poraonnol change raquolita from the 2014 while the rent for 8optamber and Project Note for Con|lderatlon of a Joint Washington County Board of Suporviliora. Secondary Reed= for the hiring of Jered Sheriffs Officefore change In employment October lihell be duo Ind plylblO on or Agreement with LEE County woli paliaed Supervisor= Stan Stoops, Bob Yodor, Elcholborger as a full-time employee, cleliliifipition for both Celia Clocolo Ind before October 1, 2014. Thoraeftor, rant by RUBB on Juno 13, 2012, Seward end Jack Seward Jr. were also present, effective August 21, 2014, et e reto of Nathan Schneider from pert-time to full- bay=onto lihell be duo on or before the continued by lit=tang that Welihlngton Supervllior Richard Young waa absent. $19.89 per hour. The County Auditor Is time. The effective deto of the change Ill 1lit of eeoh month, Any additional office County hell not yet voted on ony Unlou noted, all motlonli were pelilied hereby authorized to isliue pay wlrrentli Augulit 7, 2014 for each employee. EIoh space will bo Ioaood at $7.00 per liquaro roliolutlon ollowlng RUSS to soil bondli unanimously by the Board members In upon proper certification from the employee'li componpition will ram=In foot, prorated to the deto of ouplncy, for the propelled project led Washington ettandance, Department Head. unchanged, end additional common lip=ca will be County Ill not currently obllgatad In Iny Tho Bpird voted to approvo tho County Engineer Jacob Thodus Tho Board voted to approvo e Ionic leeliod at tho rata of $3,50 por liquero way to participate In tho Joint proJoct at egonda error It was amended to include presented the Eatlmeto of Construction agreement between HIIIcrelit Family foot, proratod to tho bato of ocoupanw. Moolr/Powdortown, On Augulit 13, 2014 tho following egonba Item: Regional Projeotworksheetdotalllngthefinalcostli Services and tho Weohlngton County A IIto fog of 18 porpint of tho unplld thoRUSSbcerdvotodtosondlpropcood UttlRyservioeSystoms(RUSS)updete. of bridge project BROS-C0928(81)-- Board of Supervlliora for office lip=co amount duo lihall be aslioliliod on tho relolutlon to tho Board of Suporvlsors Tho Board voted to acknowledgo e 5F-g2 located in Noble. Tho roport Ilsta located at 2178 Lexington Bouloverd, 18th of oeoh month, The monthly oolite of of momber countioli for conlildoratlon end peliliege, Sewlrd explained thlt Ill RUB8 momber countleli mulit ipprove the resolution before the project can move forward, In other wordli, If only one county fills to approve the raliolution, the project will not move forward under RUSS oversight. According to Sowerd, RUSS Exooutlve Director Bruce Hudlion Ind Lee County 8uporvl=or ond RUSS board mombor Ernle Schiller wllih to make e prelientation to Washington County In liupport of the propolied project for Mocer/Powdertown. The Board voted to hoot I public work seolilon et 8:00 p.m, on August 28, 2014 in tho courtroom of the Washington County Courthoulie for the purpolie of ha=ring a presentation from RUSS and LEE County regarding the proposed Mocer/Powdortown CommunRy Septic ProJect, At 10:11 I,m. the Baird voted unonimoulily to adjourn. Attut: s/DANIEL L, WlDMER0 County Auditor Published In The Kelona News, Thursday, September 4, 2014 L-188 BOARD OF 8UPERVl8OR8 nually pay the City of Muspitlne $1,800 WASHINGTON COUNTY, IOWA for equipment feeli. Also, expenlieli re- REGULAR MEETING OF TUESDAY, leted to the City's reeponee to emergon- AUGUST 12, 2014 clee will be borne by Washington County. The costs will be eli determined by the Chairmen Steve Davis Pilled the moot- City end shall include costa for manpow- Ingtoordoretg:30a.m. lnthoCourthouee or, damaged or destroyed equlpmont, chambers In regular uuion. Itoms on end any lipeclal equipment end supplies tho agenda wore: dlsausllon end action ulied. Tho CRY will attempt to recovor regarding IHmondery rood use permit oolite from reeponeible parties before bill- eppllcetlon from grenGABLE, Corelville; ing the County for unrecoverad expenlv dli~,uulon end action regerdlng seoond- el. Nothing in the agreement lihall llmit ary roed uee permit applipition from lowe the abllRy of either party to blll reepon- CRY CycUng Club, lowe CRY, di~,uuioN slble pertlos for expenua. The complete ~tlon regerdlng propo~)d 28E egree, agreement is eveileble for review In the mont with the City of Muapitino regarding Auditor's office. response to hazardouli meted=Is omor- Seward opened the dllicuseion of Jell gonololi, dllcuulon end action regarding end law enforcement wages by stating personnel change request= from Shodff; he appreciated the Information related to dllcuulon end action regarding Jell end wegoa that was provided to him by the law onfomomont wegoe. Supervisor= Shodff and added that the final colic wee Richard Young, Stan Stoop/i, Bob Yoder, not es bad all expected. Dunbar thanked end Jack Seward Jr. were else present, the Board of Supervlliora, the Treesurar, The Board voted unanimously to ep- the Auditor, and Deputy Auditor Mlcholle prove tho agenda after it wig amended Hymen. Young exprelilied hill appracle. to piece tho egonda atom ontitled "dilicue- tion of the opportunRy to have a frank and alan and action regarding jail end law an- open disculision related to Jell and law forpiment wegee" Immediately after tho onforcement wegos. Ho =Ilia ompheoized egonde Item ontitled 'dilicuuion/ection that in tho future the process needs to regarding propoeed 28E agreement with begin eedier. Young moved, and Yodor CRY of Mu~,atino regarding response to seconded, a motton to accept jail end Iiw hazardous materiels omergoncleli", onforcement wigs= aS negotiated with Tho Board voted unanimously to Ip tho Shodff. Dunbar queatlonod whethor In prove en eppllpitlon for a INmondary road ordor to avoid future confusion tho motion use permit from granGABLE, Coralvillo. should roforonce the specific wage sheet Tho ovont Is scheduled for August 31, listings being approved. Sowird replied 2014 with plans Pilling for tho use of a that the motion was In reference to tho 9.1 mile bortlon of Highway 22 and W-38 omployee rato recommondetlon liheet for from epproxlmetoly 8:00 e.m. until 10:30 fiscal year 2014-15. Seward added that it e.m, was hill opinion that what Dunbar wall re- Tho Boord voted unanimously to ap- farting to was the gonoml egreemont re- prove an application for secondary rced gerdlng future wegoe. Dunbar eleo quoli- use permit from Iowa CRY Cycling Club, tioned whether tho motion on tho tablo, If Iowa CRy. The event Is scheduled for pealed, would raauit in action that would August 1S, 2014 with plans Pilling for tho duplicate Board action taken on August 8, use of Highway 22, Vino Avonuo, (3-36 2014. Sewardreplledthetitwaethoscele end W-61 from approximately 10:00 a.m. that wee peleed list week end today it until 3:00 p.m. woli the ictull pay rite=. Whon put to a The Board voted unanimously to vote by tho Board tho motion waa unenl- epprovo a 28E Agreemont between moulilyepproved. Weahlngton County and the CRy Of The Board voted unanimously to Mmltine end to authorize the Chair to acknowledge the following perlonnol elgnthoegreemonton behelfofthe Board. change requosta from tho Shodff, all ef- Weahlngton County Emergoncy Manager feotlve August 7, 2014: wage Increase for Larry Smith explained that the egreemont Jason Tinnee from $17.62 to $1g.85 per allows tho Mu=w, etlne Fire Deplrtmont to hour; wage increase for Krlstlo Nielsen provide hazardoua metadal emargonay from $14.37 to $14.86 per hour; wage aul~lnce within Washington County. increelie for Trace Nebel from $14.50 to The agreement shall continue in effect $14.59 per hour; wage Increase for Pem until terminated by either party. Either Miller from $17.36 to $18.11 per hour; party may terminate tho agreement by wage Increase for Kylo Hertaoak from giving written notice to the other party by $18.37 to $19.55 per hour; wage increase way of certified mall Indicating e date of for Inoceocla Dlez from $14.80 to $14.8g termination, in which Pise the agreement per hour; wage Increase for Barbara shall ceelie. Also, the agreement may be Brookli from $18.37 to $1g.88 per hour; emonded by agreement of both pattie=, wage increase for Dennlli Boeoker from County Attorney Larry Brock voiced hie $19.11 to$19.58 perhour;wegalncreeee approval Of the document from e legal for Krietln Bell from $15.42 to $16.38 per perabective. Washington County shall an- hour. The Board voted unlnlmously to e- knowledge a porlionnel ohlnge request for Divid Lyonli whose employment with the Sheriff's Office will end on Augulit 25, 2014, Dunbar queetloned whether the Board lihould conlilder furthor lotion on com- benlietlon for jell staff per tho July 1,2014 spreadsheet dlliouslied by the Bcerd et Its August 8 meeting, At that meeting, the Board voted to ipprove only the top ling of the lipraedliheet, Stoopli liuggostad the Board welt until a later deto to tako furthor action. Dunbar countered that tho July 1, 2014 liproedsheet followli tho dlreo- tivo glvon by tho Board, AIkod If whethor tho Board could tako for=el action on the requolit, County Attomoy Larry Brock of- fored his legal opinion that tho Boird could take liuch lotion. Seward stated a preference to dolly furthor action. Discussion followed, Including whethor an omployee'li ennlvoraery dlta of ore- ploymont should sorvo all tho bells for wage Inoroelioli or should liuch Inoroeoos occur on July 1 led/or January 1, Tho Board voted unanimously to approvo tho jell step Increuo bleed on tho ennlvor- sary date of an omployee'li date of hire, At 10:20 =,m, tho Board voted unani- mously to adjourn. Attolit:, S/DANIEL L, WIDMER, County Auditor ACE-N-MORE, Supplies .............. 321,22 ADRIAN TRUCKING, Hauling ..... 700.00 AGRILAND FS INC, Fuel ....... 57,14g.38 ALLAMER TERM &, Put control,,30,00 ALLIANT, Utility ......................... 8,g07,88 ALTORFER MACHINERY, Pertli, 887,48 AMER HOME FINDING, Shelter Pira .... ............... , .................................. 1,382,88 ARAMARK SERV, Bervlce ............ 88.74 ARCHER APPLIANCE, Weoher., 57g,00 ARMSTRONG HTG &, Service 2,g88.2g AT & I', Service ....................... I0,870.00 BAILEY OFFICE EQUIP, Supplloli ......... ................................................ 12,114.91 BAKER PAPER, 8upplleli ......... 1,307.10 BARRON MOTOR SUPPLY, Pertli288,g9 BROWNELLS, Suppllee ................ 47.44 BRUEGGE, MICHAEL, Reimb.,,, 160,00 CALHOUN BURNS & A88OC, Brldgo In- spect ......................................... 1,055,33 CBM FOOD SERV, Meelli ........ 4,069.18 CDW GOVERNMENT, Equipment ......... .................................................. 1,717.10 CEDAR VALLEY CORP LLC, Rob oxton- slon ........................................... 5,586.58 CENTRAL IOWA DETENTION, Phermecy ...................................... 14.88 CITY OF KALONA, UtilRy ....... 10,025.7g CITY OF WASH, UtilRy ................ 888.2? COBB OIL- WASHINGTON, Oil. 182.80 COUNTRY HAVEN, July .......... 1,480.10 CRILE, JERI, Reimb ...................... 87.50 CULLIGAN WATER COND, Weter137.70 CUSTOM IMPRE881ONS INC, Shipplng .............. , ...... . ................ , ......... ,..,,.84,47 DAN8 OVERHEAD DOORS, Ropllra .... .................................................. 2,880,00 DATASPEC INC, Sorvlce ......... 1,248,00 DAVIS CO SHERIFF' SorvJce ........ 41,80 DENNLER, DARREN, Relmb ........ 38,48 DES MOINES CO SHERIFF, Servlce ..... ....................................................... 17,24 DETWEILER, CAROL, Relmb ....... 18,00 DEY'rA, LLC, Monthly fee .............. g0,00 DONS TRUCK 8ALES, Partli.,, 1,079,12 DOUD8 STONE LLC, Road=tong .......... ................................................ 18,871.70 EARL8 INC, Repelra ..................... 15,00 FAREWAY STORE, Meals .......... 218,03 FASTENAL COMPANY, Sign supply ...... ..................................................... 281.00 FISHER, KARRI, Relmb ..... , .......... 78,38 FISHER, LYNN, Relmb .................... 4,8g FOUR OAKS, Shelter Pira ....... 1,3gg,80 FOWLER, JAMES, Rent .............. 200.00 FREDERICK, REBECCA, Relmb 201,38 GARNER, KRISTEN, Relmb ....... 218,g3 GARRETT, JEFF, Relmb ............... 28.00 GATR, Pertli ................................ 818,8g GINGERICH TILING INC, Septic Install, ................................................ 14,287.88 GINGERICH, CHARITY, Relmb., 192,00 GLANDONS WESTSIDE, Sorvlco294,32 GREINER DISCOUNT TIRES, Ropeirli, ..................................................... 422,g0 GRETTER AUTOLAND INC, Pirtli ........ ..................................................... 114.90 H&L MACK TRUCK SALES CORP, Pertli .................................................. 1,218,22 HAIFLEYS TRUCK REPAIR, Fuel fine .., ..................................................... 375.84 HANCOCK CO SHERIFF, Service 45.00 HEDDENS DDS, HEATHER, Aug sitar- ego ................................................. 30.00 HENRY CO PUBL HLTH, Roimb2,t28.14 HENRY CO SHERIFF, Sorvice ...... 48.22 HERNANDEZ, CATALINA, Relmb.48.78 HERVEY, MAXlNE, Reimb ............ 81.38 HILLCRE8T FAMILY SERVICES, Service ......................................... 242.80 HOMETOWN INN & SUITES, Witness lodging ......................................... 231.00 HOMEWOOD, DAVE, Rent ......... 200.00 HONSEY, KARl, Dontal hygienist 740.28 HUSCHKA, MELANIE, Rolmb ....... 82,00 HY VEE PHARMACY, Meals ....... 733,g9 IA ALLIANCE IN HOME CARE, Conference fees .......................... 240.00 IA BRIDGE & CULVERT, Rab138,071.43 IA COMM ASSURANCE POOUnliurence .............................................. 182,888,$3 IA ONE CALL, Service ..................... 8,10 IA PRISON IND, Signs ............. 9,57g.40 IA RADIO PLUS, Ads ................... 24g.20 IA ST UNIVERSITY, Reglstretion 170.00 ICEOO TREASURER, Registration ........ ., ..... ,..,,..,........,.,,..,........,...,..,,...,.,200.00 IMWCA, Work comp Ins ......... 18,898.00 J & 8 ELECTRONIC, Annual malnt ........ ..................................................... 828.50 JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL, Pert=.,.4.32 JOHNSON CO MED EXAMINER, Autopsy fee ............................... 1,628.00 JOHNSON CO SHERIFF, Sorvice.81.56 KALONA OIL CO, Dioliol .......... 2,087,47 KCII, Adli ................................... 1,338,g7 KEOKUK CO AUDITOR, Roimb,. 158,81 KEOKUK CO SHERIFF, Sorvice.,,88,82 KEY OUTDOOR ADVERTISING, Billboard ....................................... 700.00 KREIDER EXCAVATING, Septlolnlitall ,, ................................................ 10,040.00 LATZER, VICKI A, Fence relmb 1,324.88 LEET8 REFRIGERATION, Repair=S0,00 LEICHTY & SON CONST, 8optio Inlitall. ................................................ 34,240.00 LINS, BONNIE, Relmb ................ 302.53 LLOYD, MCCONNELL, Arty fee,, 110,00 LOUISA CO SHERIFF' Bervlce ..... 38.34 L-TRON CORPORATION, Scanners ..... .................................................. 1,017.00 MANGOLD, LINDA, Rolmb ......... 323,28 MARIE ELECTRIC, Repelra ........ 757,40 MARKS SANITATION &, Garbage ......... .................................................. 8,g38,28 MARSH, TOM, Rolmb ................. 280,80 MCDOWELL, IRENE, Relmb ...... 183,78 MCKESSON MEDICAL, Supplioli411,g1 MCLAUOHLIN, JEREMY, Rolmb ,,28,00 MEDICAL EXCESS, Premium,, 1,947.56 MIDWEST WHEEL, Pirtli ........ 1,032,8g MILLER, VIRGINIA, Relmb ......... 38g,28 MITCHELL, SUE, Relmb ............... 82,88 MOORES BP AMOCO, Food ........ 82,00 MUTUAL WHEEL CO, Supplieli.,578,78 NATL ENVIRONL, Cradentlel ...... 130,00 NEFF, GERALD, Door check ......... 18.00 NORTH AMERICAN SALT COMPANY Salt ......................................... 27,g81.28 NORTHLAND SECURITIES INC, Disclosure rpt ............................ 1,500,00 OFFICE DEPOT, Supplies ........... 213,83 OMNI LINK, Chergee ..................... 27,00 ORSCHELNS - CARD SERVICES 8upplloli ....................................... 118.48 PACHA, ALIClA, Relmb ................. 41.04 PASTER TRAINING, INC, Servslfe bookli ........................................... 348,75 PEIFFER, CHAD, Chore ............. 198,00 PHYSICAL THERAPY, Bervlco .,, 225.00 PITNEY BOWEl, Rental ohgli ,,,, 17g,54 PLATTENBERGER DO, R, Mad oxem- Inor ............................................... 290.00 POWELL, JEFFREY, Arty fee ...... 518,00 PRIORITY DISPATCH, Meier ...... 156.00 QUILL CORP, Supplies ............. 1,220.22 REPUBLIC COMPANIES, Supplies ....... ..................................................... 311,08 RODNEYS CONCRETE &, Pavomeot contract ..................................... 7,787,20 ROGAN INC, Servlco .................. 145.00 ROTH, HOLLY, 8orvlco ............... 160.00 SCHAEFFER MFG, Supplies ...... 424,56 SCHNoEBELEN INC, Parts ........ 181.8g SECRETARY OF STATE, 8endce .......... .................................................. 2,010,05 8EMCO, Hauling ...................... g,718.00 SHAW ELECTRIC INC, Ropelra. 748.62 SHELANGOSKI, PAUL, Chore..,. 182.00 SIEREN, SUSAN, Depo ................ 36.40 SINCLAIR TRACTOR, Wlro .......... lg.38 SINCLAIR TRACTOR, Patti ....... 353.86 SLECHTA COMM, Legal pub... 2,254.54 BLOAT, ROBERTA, Rolmb ............ 38.83 SMITH, LARRY, Suppllos .............. 84,44 SOLAR TRAFFIC SYSTEMS, Signs ...... .................................................. 5,258.00 8T LUKES CHILD PROTECTION CTR, Witnelili fell ................................ 800.00 STELLAR INDUSTRIES INC, Partli ....... ..................................................... 282.40 8TIGERS, DANIEL, Mod oxlmlnor ........ ..................................................... 318,00 STOUDER, DANIELLE, Relmb ,,, lg8,38 TAYLOR, LI8A, Rolmb .................. 42,38 TEMPLE, SHEILA, Dental hyglonlet ....... .................................................. 2,421,80 THREE CHICKS PUBLICATIONS, Legal pub ................................................. 17.48 TIFCO INDUSTRIES, Pert= ......... 818,8g TIM VOGEL CONSTRUCTION, Repairs ..................................................... 728.gl TINDAL LAW OFFICE, Arty fee ,,,223.00 TODD, TERESA, Relmb ................ 54,88 TRUE NORTH COMPANIES, Sept con- liultant ....................................... 2,000,00 UI DIAGNOSTIC LABS, Autopsy fee ...... .................................................. 3,344.00 UNIFORM DEN INC, Uniform ..... 407,87 US CELLULAR, Cell phone ......... 887,gl US POST OFFICE, Posit=go ....... 181,80 US POSTAL 8ERV, Postage.,,, 1,888.38 VANSICKLE, J P, Relmb ............... 28,00 VEENSTRA & KIMM INC, Engineer de- lilgn .............................................. 222.00 VISA, % WASHINGTON STATE BANK, Supplies ......................................... 81,88 VOGEL, KIM, Relmb ..................... 10.50 WALDSCHMIDT, DIANE, Relmb. 287,38 WALKERS OFF SUPPL, 8uppllee ......... .................................................. 1,804.27 WALMART COMM BRC, Suppllu94g,87 WAPELLO CO AUDITOR, Mh advocate .................................................. 2,56g.2g WA8H CO AUDITOR, Relmb, 56,gg3,88 WASH CO HOSPITAL, 8orvlpi,,, 56g,00 WASH CO SECONDARY, Fuel,,, 588,18 WASH CO SHERIFF, 8orvlce ..... 180.45 WASH EVENING JOURNAL, Legal pub .................................................. 2,818.68 WASH LUMBER & HOME CENTER, 8uppliee ......................................... 38.g2 WCH MEDICAL CLINIC, Phyliipilli ........ ..................................................... 212.00 WEIDMAN, JEN, Reimb ................ 4g,72 WELLMARKM/AGEWORKS, Clelmli ..... ................................................ 31,308.g3 WE8T CHESTER CITY, UtilRy ..,. 735,gl WIDMER, BECKY, Relmb ............. 57.00 WIDMER, DANIEL, Roimb .......... 292.32 WINDsTREAM, Phone ............. 4,~2.0g WINDsTREAM, Phone .................. 88.53 WOLF, JENNINE, Roimb ............... 27.94 WORKPLACE LEARNING, Contdbu on .................................................. 1,100.00 YOUNG, RICHARD, Mad o minor ....... ..................................................... 152.50 Published in The KIIonl New=, Thuradly, September 4, 2014 L-409