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s, Thursday, November 3, 2005 f0F SHERIFF'S LEVY AND school cook's helper' SALE The resignation of Vioki Adam as On000w00 -WlOclatlon, ct, E 5/8  lh., S .... , O000al:."  pecial '4-7; zn_, ; Amy L.I ebe], Ka 1=1 Association s, Grant b =IK, act, #4100I Iowa District Court ss. Court Case # Planters Bank Washington Execution VS, Amy L. Kurtz; U.S. ND, Defen- ,ent Debtor). )f the judgement rendered --efsrenced court case, an 00 .,.,t, issued by the court to the ebe],. titl County, and the execution i : iii: :iionti:ie: i tr: ii:i, ,w.ia'hr-'l*.darvls Subdivision In 656"7''11!10Wa; Washington Coun- -J57"3)..TOk.  address per attorney llfi',, u property will be offered , washihgton, Iowa. =c auction for cash only as  11/29/05 Time of Sale of Sale Front steps of pII County Courthouse. ,efendant is advised that real estate includes the VA,lch must not exceed 1/2 E.   city or town plat, or, if _. ,it2xceed 40 acres), defer;l- ,-,4 :Alolla, ,Jlli', =_ ncmestead plat with the ow --hdlen (10) days after service 'cn,...toO ! the Sheriff will have it >e split l;ne the cost to this case. re,re De. not subject to redem tion ..... 1 eXe P ' A.smption: Certain money ,"/'E.aY be exempt Contact your Ptly to review specific pro- ;J,, law and file appropriate ibable. ,rnount $86,783.18 Costs U  JlFlng Costs PLUS Inter- 00'114, $7,9''23" r'll.m  . =,L"u_ n Sheriff Jerry A. Dunbar 'j'(0Unty, Deputy Robyn E. J,--,,t .  Jamin Hopkins 1350 NW 100, C,ve 00owa Ph # all inThe Kalona News Thurs- ?, 2005. L-54 '.Ond publication in The ! , Thursday, November 3, 01 SHERIFF'S LEVY AND i SALE /0WA, Iowa District Court u.unty ss. Court Case # 'rlclal Iowa, INC, Wash-  Plaintiff, Special Execu- te R. Gutler;'ez and Janle :' Defendants (Judgement i,^ vf the iud,emen t rendered ferenced court case, an SSUed by the court to the 0Unty, and the execution ';ale of defendant Real hs Judgement. The property a 1372.1 Feet corner of the i of Section Township Num- North, Range West of the Fifth Meridian, running : Feet, thence North Feet, thence the Point of Begin- therefrom the North thereof, in Iowa. Tax Map or as: 2630 240th Street will be offered or cash only as 11/29105 Time of Sale Front steps of ' Courthouse. is advised that estate includes the must not exceed 1/2 or town plat, or, if 40 acres), defen- stead plat with the days after service Sheriff will have it the cost to this case. iect to redemption. Certain money exempt. Contact your review specific pro- and file appropriate $125;253.42 Jlng Costs PLUS 12/10/2004, Sheriff Jerry A. Dunbar Deputy Robyn E. Siddens; 650-42nd IA 50312; ph # 515- Kalona News Thurs- ,2005. L-65 }ublication in The November 10, School Dis- West Chester Ilman, IA 52356 7:00 P.M. II Was served to Board new support staff per- COok's helper at the associate at the teacher associate at teacher associate at lead custodian at the driver Nisly called the 3resent: Dave pe, James Hussey, Bonnie Nisly, none to approve the Seconded by Julie Forum =ent Items to approve the II1 for October 24, 2005 & Clam Frantz, District, for their ade 1, and Katie, in the Mid- Lisa Steckly as high Kalona Elementary associate; The consent items were seconded by Julie Miller. Motion Carried 7-0. Board Work Session High School principal Gerry Beeler reviewed the present graduation require- ments and introduced a proposed three tier graduation requirement for students preparing for a four year college, stu- dents preparing for a two year college, and students who will be seeking jobs after high school. The purpose of the new requirements would be to better pre- pare students for their future after high school by raising the bar to improve the rigor and relevance of courses studied. The consensus of the Board was that the administration should continue to devel- op a plan for graduation requirements. The High School Monday morning schedule was reviewed by Gerry Beeler, Jim Cayton, Pete Cavanaugh, Glenda McDowell, and Don Randol. All agreed that this time is well spent for staff devel- opment. The Superintendent reviewed the dis- trict's HVAC needs. The middle school office air conditioner and the Wellman Elementary chiller system are scheduled to be replaced at the end of this si;hool year. The Wellman Elementary chiller is now located on the roof and may be relo- cated on the ground for easier mainte- nance. Superintendent Schneider reported that Early Separation Benefits are being tested in a court case in Des Moines. He said there is some interest from staff members that might retire if the Board chooses to keep the policy for one more year, but recommends dropping the poli- cy after this year. This item will be on next months agenda. Superintendent Schneider said it would cost about $35,000.00 to expand the district's foreign language program. This would be the cost of a new teacher at base salary and some materials for the program. Changes to foreign lan- guage will be considered after settlement of wages and benefits of staff for 2006- 2007. Board Development and In-servlce Actlvltles November 17 & 18 - Annual IASB Convention in Des Moines The meeting adjourned at 9:50 p.m. Published in The Kalona News Thurs- day, November 3, 2005. L-108 BOARD OF SUPERVISORS WASHINGTON COUNTY, IOWA REGULAR MEETING OF FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2005 Chairperson, Jack Dillon, called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m, in the Cour- thouse chambers in regular session, Supervisors Randy Payne and Larry DeLong were also present. Community Service's, Bobble Hoover, presented the Board with an amendment to an agreement with Hillcrest Family Services relating to operation of the Washington County Community Health Center. Hoover explained to the Board that although the current contract is in effect through June 30, 2006, the Coun- ty has found the need for additional med- ication management and proposes to hire a physician's assistant in addition to Dr, Okiishi, currently the psychiatrist sub- contracted by Hillcrest. Hoover further explained details relating to the need for the assistant and noted that the County currently has a three month client waiting list for services. The assistant will provide services at the initial rate of $153.52 per hour. T the Board voted to approve an amendment to the service agreement with Hillcrest Family Services. The Board voted to approve resolution 05-53, for adjustment of appropriations for Washington County Community Ser- vices. The Board voted to approve a mainte- nance bill from Omhard Hill ResCare for Wilson's Town & County Plumbing, Ainsworth, in the amount of $917.98. The Board voted to approve resolution 05-56, for reclassification of County Road No. 27 (Ivy Avenue). County Engineer, David Patterson, told the Board that the portion of Ivy Avenue that will be reclassified currently is a short dirt road with a bridge that is in ill repair and must be replaced. Patterson explained that the paperwork for this project has been in the works since June and the petition signed by the adjoining landowners is now complete.This reclas- sification will allow for the installation of a low-water crossing opposed to the Coun- ty closing the road or replacing the bridge or installing a culvert, resulting in a considerable savings. Patterson esti- mated the project cost of a culvert at approximately $75,000, with the cost of a low-water crossing estimated at $25,000. The Board voted to approve resolu- tions 05-54, 05-55, for the pumhase of highway right-of-way easements. County Engineer, David Patterson, informed the Board that a County bridge on 155th Street, west of Juniper Avenue, is in dire need of repair and the County has designed a box culvert to replace the bridge next year, but in order to do so must pumhase highway right-of-way. The Board voted to approve resolution 05-51, for the placement of stop signs. County Engineer, David Patterson, told the Board that the County's paving project in Cmwfordsville is nearing the completion stage and he is recommend- ing the main intersection In Cmw- fordsville, which is Main Street (Old Highway 218) and County Road G6W, be designated a four-way stop intersec- tion. Patterson further explained that the City Council and Schools have both requested the stop signs and sight dis- tance issues and traffic counts justify the action. Chairperson, Jack Dillon, informed those in attendance that the Board has in front of it a resolution calling for a November referendum for a new County correctional facility. Dillon proceeded by reading the resolution. Discussion ensued with Auditor Fredrick explaining that on November 8, 2005, the County will hold a special county-wide election in conjunction with the regular city elections, thus running the two elections simultaneously. Such a move will save the taxpayers of the County a considerable amount of money for election costs. The Board voted to approve resolution 05-61, calling for a special election on November 8, 2005, asking for authoriza- tion to construct, equip and furnish a new correctional facility and enter Into a loan agreement and issue bonds in an amount not to exceed $ 4.6 million, Supervisor DeLong noted that a schedule of public meetings has been set relating to the proposed new jail, with Chairperson Dillon stating that WEDG will be present at these meetings to pro- mote passage of the bond issue and a Supervisor will attend the meetings in order to answer direct questions about Legal Publications the project. Further discussion disclosed that a representative from the Sheriff's Department will also be present to field questions. At 9:32 a.m., the Board opened a dis- cussion relating to the appointment of members to the Washington County Land Use & Planning Commission. Subdivision Coordinator, Larry Chris- tenson, explained to the Board that six of the nine member's terms have expired and it is his recommendation that all of these individuals be reappointed to the Commission with the exception of Julia Gammon, who has declined reappoint- ment. Christenson, referring to his memo to the Board dated August 23, 2005, pointed out that he is recommending that five of the original members be reap- pointed to full terms, having served only partial terms, and that these five mem- bers were originally unsolicited volun- teers that have attended twenty meet- jngs in the formulation of the ordinance and have contributed 260 hours of serv- ice aside from the time spent on their own reviewing provisions of the draft ordinance. It is his feeling that these indi- viduals' experience and knowledge will be valuable during the process of review- ing applications, especially for major subdivisions, and for continuing long range planning for the County. Dillon noted that Christenson also has a recommendation for a replacement (Layne Twinam) for the one member who does not wish to continue service to the Commission. Supervisor DeLong stated that he does appreciate the service of the peo- ple that have asked to be reappointed, but he has people that have come to him and said that they want to be on that (the Commission) when the term comes up and he wants to submit some names also of people that have asked to be on it. DeLong reiterated that he appreciates the hours spent by the current members but he has other people that have asked to be on it and the Board needs to decide where we go from here. Supervisor Payne stated he knows that we have had a lot of people that have turned in their names and request- ed to be on it and he is glad to see that so many people have stepped forward and offered to work on what could be a very busy committee. Payfie noted that we now have a list of names of people who would like to be on it and the Board needs to decide how to proceed. Dillon stated that the Code says the Board will appoint the members and it is his suggestion that since the Board is coming at this kind of cold, the Board should offer the names that DeLong and Payne have to Christenson for review and study. Payne responded that the decision is up to the Board and that they will either get the blame or credit - is the way he looks at it. DeLong suggested that information about the vacancies is out and possibly the Board could wait and see if other people want to step for- ward, or just move on. Christenson readdressed the Board noting that the original members have not yet served a full three-year term and their experience will be very important in trying to maintain continuity and their knowledge valuable during the review process and going forward with the update of the County's comprehensive plan. Dillon told Christenson that he feels it very important (in the future) to watch the expiration of these terms as some of them expired in 2004 and the others early in 2005. Christenson explained that the administrative rules provide for mem- bers to continue to hold their office until new appointments are made and he in fact, last October, submitted the names of member's terms that were expiring to the Board as an agenda item and was told to remove the item from considera- tion. Additional discussion continued relat- ing to the number of members that the Commission can have and why that number was decided upon. Dillon agreed that the current mem- bers have done an outstanding job, but noted that he has heard that possibly having an attorney or realtor on the Commission would be advantageous. Dillon further suggested that the Board wait another week before making a deci- sion on the appointments. The Board voted to defer its decision on appointment of Washington County Land Use & Planning Commission mem- bers until the September 27th meeting. Discussion concerning finalization of the Board's request for amendment of the subdivision ordinance as it relates to flood plain regulations ensued, with the Board indicating that it was tired of noth- ing happening and instructed Christen- son to get the process moving along immediately. At 9:46 a.m., Chairperson Dillon opened a discussion of the Washington City-County Communications Commis- sion 28E agreement by noting that the Communications Commission last met on September 13th, at which time items of concern to the Board were discussed. Supervisor Payne, who attended the session, told the Board that the small city mayors have proposed what he views as a temporary fix to one of the Board's con- cerns and have recommended that the Washington City and County attorneys draft resolutions to present to the respec- tive bodies for consideration. Additional discussion continued with Payne stating that there is still much to work out, but at this time no action by the Board is nec- essary. At 9:48 a.m., the Board voted to recess the regular session until the scheduled school election canvass. At 11:01 a.m., the Board voted to reconvene the regular session. The Board voted to accept the can- vass of the September 13th, 2005, Washington County School Election results. Following the canvass of Washington Community School District election results, Including the tabulation of all eli- gible absentee ballots, It was determined that a tie existed between candidates, Stephen A. Butler and Ronald Goodwln, for Director District #2, each receiving 104 votes. As per Code of Iowa, Section 50.44, the candidates' names were "placed on identical slips of paper and placed In a cardboard receptacle by the Supervisors, subsequent to which Supervisor Payne drew one slip from the box and Ronald Goodwin was declared the winner. After the lottery, citizen, Rick Cicalo, asked to Inspect the box and slips of paper. Hearing no comments or objec- tions, the Board voted to accept the results as canvassed Meeting adjourned at 11:41 a.m. Attest: s/WILLIAM C. FREDRICK, County Auditor GENERAL BASIC AINSWoRTH COMM HOUSING ..38.00 ALL AMEn TERM & .................... 153,00 ALLIANT .................................... 3088,83 ALLIED DOCUMENT ................... 577.78 ANDERSON, TERESA ................ 119.79 ARBUCKLE, KAREN .................. 1524.09 ASTORIA POLICE DEPT .............. 17.53 AT & T ........................................ 3639.38 B P AMOCO .................................. 42.37 BAILEY OFFICE EQUIP .............. 128.43 BAILEYS TEST ............................ 125.00 BAKER PAPER ............................ 413.00 BANKERS LEASING CO ............ 141.75 BEANS PHARMACY ..................... 19.82 BOB BARKER CO ........................... 9.61 BUCKINGHAM, JUSTINE ............... 8.25 BUTTERBAUGH, BERYL .............. 15.07 CARSON PLUMBING & .............. 188.61 CDW GOVERNMENT ................ 4169.07 CENTRAL IA KFC ..................... 2801.94 CITY OF AINSWORTH .................. 47.40 CITY OF WASH ........................... 414.94 CLARK, MICHAEL ......................... 15.07 CREDIT BUREAU OF WASH ........ 80.00 CULLIGAN WATER COND ............ 20.00 CUMMINS-ALLISON CORP ........ 339.00 CUSTOM IMPRESSIONS ............. 18.45 DAY DOTS ..................................... 16.73 DENTAL EQUIP & ....................... 185.00 DERMATEC DIRECT ..................... 77.16 DETWEILER, CAROL ................... 62.37 DETWEILER, NATHAN ................. 82.50 DIMENSIONS DESIGN ................. 75.17 DINES ......................................... 312.70 DMACC .......................................... 25.00 DONNELLY, MARGARET ............ 635.48 EARLS INC .................................... 27.63 EARNEST, ILLA ........................... 175.00 EDMONDSON, BARBARA ............ 79.20 ENTSMINGER, MARJORIE ........ 190.41 FARRELLS ................................... 254.43 FED EX .......................................... 45.71 FISHER AUTO ............................. 475.43 FLANNERY, DIANA ..................... 384.00 FREDERICK, REBECCA ............. 115.50 G & K SERVICES ........................ 367.28 GALLUZZO, JUDITH ................... 180.00 GLANDONS WESTSIDE ............. 114.17 GLAXO SMITH KLINE ................. 242.50 GRABER, MARTHA ...................... 87.45 GRETTER FORD MERCURY ....... 18.64 HASLER MAILING ......................... 60.00 HENRY SCHEIN DENTAL ........... 266.44 HINCKLEY, CINDY ...................... 796.53 HODGSON ENTERPRISES ...... 1530.00 HOOVER, BOBBLE ........................ 25.55 HY VEE FOOD .......................... 2630.46 HY VEE PHARMACY .................. 313.48 HYNES, LENI .............................. 665.77 IA NETWORK SERV ..................... 58.21 IA OFFICE SUPPL ........................ 25.94 IA ST ASSN OF CO ...................... 82.00 IA ST SHERIFF &....' .................... 210.00 IA TELECOM ............................. 3463.60 IMAGETEK INC ........................... 950.00 INR ................................................. 79.00 J & J BUSINESS FORMS ........... 187.99 JONES EDEN FUNERAL ............ 260.00 KALONA CO-OP TELE ............... 621.95 KALONA KOUNTRY KATERING.480.00 KALONA SALES BARN ................ 83.00 KAUFFMAN, JOHN ..................... 100.00 KCII .............................................. 759.14 KIRKWOOD COMM COLLEGE ....25.00 KLEESE, SUSAN ........................ 226.71 KLEOPFER, TERI ........................ 115.00 LAMAY, KAY ................................. 127.05 LEGISLATIVE SERV BUREAU....103.00 LISCO .......................................... 125.00 LOLLAR, LOY ................................ 89.95 MANGOLD, LINDA ...................... 199.32 MARKS SANITATION & .............. .429.95 MARSH, TOM .............................. 229.02 MCAVOY, BRENDA ..................... 292.05 MCKESSON GEN MEDICAL ...... 139.74 MECCA ...................................... 3778.31 MERCY KALONA FAMILY ........... 419.00 MILAM, BARBARA ...................... 200.00 MITCHELL, SUE ............................ 69.96 MOORES BP AMOCO .................. 55.00 MOYSON RESOURCES ........... 1125.00 NAYADLEY, JEFF .......................... 45.54 NCS HEALTH CARE ................... 231.98 NEFF, GERALD ............................. 15.00 NEW ALLIANCE FS .................... 344.00 NEXTEL ......................................... 72.76 OFFICE EXPRESS ........................ 25.05 PAMIDA INC .................................. 65.71 PEIFFER, ROBERTA ..................... 45.21 PENCE, CONNIE .......................... 30.94 PENTON TECH MEDIA ................. 37.00 PICKARD, LARRY L .................... 200.00 PREMIER HLTH ASSOC ........... 4875.00 PRINCIPAL FINANCIAL CORP ...281.79 PRINT SHOP ............................... 108.69 PROFESS MEDICAL SUP .......... 179.37 QUILL CORP ............................... 726.19 RAMSEY BADRE & ASSOC ..... 4350.00 RAMSEY COMM ......................... 343.75 RATH, SHIRLEY ............................ 93.06 REGGIE TIRE ................................ 16.82 RESCARE INC ............................ 181.33 RICH, SUE ..................................... 36.45 RIEMAN MUSIC UNLIMITED....1024.97 ROBISON, JACKI ........................ 435.09 RODRIGUEZ, MARIA .................. 115.50 ROSS AUTO & MUFFLER .......... 182.26 SANOFI PASTEUR .................... 3091.79 SCHNEIDER, KRISTIN ................... 0.00 SCHOOLEN, DORENE ............... 175.00 SHIMP, DR DENNIS C ................ 252.00 SITLERS ELEC SUPPLY ............. 475.75 SLAGLE PHARMACY .................... 43.57 SLECHTA COMM ........................ 250.06 SLOAT, ROBERTA ....................... 862.92 SORRELL GLASS CO ................ 422.67 STURDEVANT, LINDA ................. 113.30 TEMPLE, SHEILA ...................... 1025.15 THOMANN, JEFF .......................... 38.83 US CELLULAR ............................ 389.36 US POST OFFICE ......................... 37.00 US POSTAL SERV .................... 1745.90 VETERANS INFO SERVICE ......... 45.00 VISA ............................................. 460.58 VITTETOE, FAY A ....................... 200.00 WALKERS OFF SUPPL .............. 982.51 WALMART COMM BRC .............. 241.32 WASH CLEANERS ...................... 248.35 WASH CO AUDITOR ................... 664.31 WASH CO PUBL HLTH ............... 100.00 WASH CO SECONDARY .......... 6888.33 WASH EVENING JOURNAL ....... 771.39 WASH MEDICAL CLINIC ............ 372.00 WELLMAN ADVANCE ................. 346.52 ZEP MFG ................................... 1389.45 ZlCKEFOOSE, KARREN ............. 119.46 GENERAL SUPPLEMENTAL ALLEN, PATRICIA .......................... 67.50 AMEn HOME FINDING ............. 2296.14 BATTERSON, JOY ...................... 101.25 BLACKWELL, CARLA ................... 33,75 CLERK OF COURT ....................... 21.00 DUNBAR, JOAN ............................ 67.50 EDDY, JANICE ............................... 97.88 FARRELLS ..................................... 58.55 FOUR OAKS ................................ 559.80 FRANKLIN CO SHERIFF .............. 15.00 FREDRICK, WILLIAM ............... ,...10.70 HENRY CO SHERIFF ................... 28.14 IA TELECOM ............................... 101.27 IMAGE GRAPHICS ....................... 21.00 IMWCA .................................... 36993.00 JOHNSON CO SHERIFF .............. 32.00 LAMPKIN, ROBERTA .................. 108.00 LASEK, MARGIE ......................... 108.00 LAUNSPACH LEWIS ................ :....91.60 LEIGH, P EVELYN ......................... 92.73 LIPSHI, PATRICIA .......................... 70.00 MCALLIsTER, DIXIE ..................... 79.20 MCCALL, BETTY ......................... 114.75 MCCALL, MARY .......................... 101.25 MCCREEDY, KAREN ..................... 82.50 MILLER, ALBERTA ...................... 101.25 MOORE, DORIS J ....................... 105.14 PLAINSMAN - CLARION ............. 150.65 ROBISON, SARAH ........................ 97.88 ROSlEN, JAN .............................. 108.00 S IA AREA DET SEn .................. 831.69 SATTLER, LOUISE ........................ 67.50 SCHNEIDER, VERNITA ................. 85.47 SECRETARY OF STATE ................ 93.37 SIEREN, SUSAN ........................... 75.90 SIMON, LINDA ............................... 70.14 TOBIN, BETTY ....................  ......... 69.48 U OF I -DEPT OF PATHOLOG....200.00 ULFERTS, DONNA ........................ 67.50 US CELLULAR .............................. 31.45 US POST OFFICE ....................... 199.00 US POSTAL SERV ........................ 41.63 VINCENT, PATTY ........................... 67.50 VOGEL, MARLENE ..................... 101.25 WALKERS OFF SUPPL .................. 0.00 WAPELLO CO AUDITOR ............ 675.72 WASH CLEANERS ........................ 69.50 WASH CO HOSPITAL ............... 1668.00 WASH CO SECONDARY ............ 547.45 WASH CO SHERIFF ................. 1844.89 WELTE, CORINE ........................... 70.80 WHITE, NORMA ............................ 68.16 WORLEY, ROSEMARY ................. 33.75 YEGGY, EVELYN ........................... 68.49 YODER, MARY E ........................... 67.50 YOUNG, BEVERLY ........................ 33.75 ZEHR, BEVERLY ........................... 67.50 MH/DD SERV CROSS MEDICAL LAB ................... 0.00 CROSSROADS INC ...................... 96.24 DAY & MEEKER .......................... 280.00 GOODWILL IND .......................... 418.34 HILLCREST FAMILY SERV ....... 4531.65 IA HEALTH SYSTEM ............... 13200.00 MATKOVICH, RITA ...................... 175.00 RESCARE INC ................................ 0.00 ST LUKES HOSPITAL ............... 1350.00 TENCO IND INC .......................... 376.00 WAPELLO CO AUDITOR .......... 1032.23 WASH CO MINI BUS ..................... 15.00 WASH CO SHERIFF ................... 337.15 WCDC ........................................ 2443.13 RURAL SERV BASIC DIAMOND MOWERS .................. 215,65 GOPHER SIGN ......................... 1803.27 MARKS SANITATION & ............. 5177.50 US POSTAL SERV .......................... 7.25 WALKERS OFF SUPPL ................ 75.66 SECONDARY RDS ALLIANT ...................................... 829.13 ALTORFER MACHINERY ............ 957.49 ARAMARK UNIFORM ................. 202,13 ARNOLD MOTOR SUPPLY ............. 4.49 BALLOU OIL & ............................ 630.00 BARNES DISTRIBUTION .......... 1448.90 BARREN MOTOR SUPPLY ......... 144.87 BROWN SUPPLY CO .................. 265.12 CALHOUN BURNS & ASSOC ..5709,20 CITY OF WASH ............................. 39.56 CITY OF WELLMAN ...................... 26.25 CJ COOPER & ASSOC ............... 190.00 COBB OIL - WASHINGTON ....11652.93 DONS TRUCK SALES ........... 211133.62 EARLS INC .................................... 58.00 FORINASH TOOL ........................ 106.99 FUTURE LINE HYDRAULICS ..... 109.88 GRAHAM LAND ACQUISTN ....... 543.75 HORNING REPAIR ........................ 65.45 IA DEPT OF NATIONAL .............. 150.00 IA PRISON IND ............................. 19.56 IA TRANSIT ................................. 309.06 IDEAL READY MIX .................... 2119.00 JOHNSON CO TREASURER ...... 396.29 KOS, AARON ................................. 60.00 LAWSON PRODUCTS ................ 102.37 LUBEMASTER CONSTR ............ 351.12 MARKS SANITATION & ............... 100.00 MOELLER, DONALD ..................... 61.00 MOSE LEVY CO ......................... 622.80 OREILLY AUTO PARTS ............... 143.78 ORSCHELNS .............................. 145.24 PRAXAIR DISTRIB INC ................ 37.17 QUILL CORP ................................. 95.30 RAY MAN INC ............................. 145.65 RIVER PRODUCTS CO .......... 45330.46 RODNEYS CONCRETE & ........ 4864.75 SADLER POWER TRAIN ............ 863.50 SAFETY-KLEEN CORP ................. 85.00 SLABACH CONSTRUCTION ....1280.00 STELLAR INDUSTRIES .............. 304.05 UBBEN BUILDING SUPPLY ...... 1615.00 UTILITY EQUIP ........................... 507.52 WEHR FARM SUPPLY ................ 687.00 WENGER TILING ...................... 1017.50 WEST CHESTER CITY ................. 30.55 FEMA GRANT ALLIANT .................................... 1221.54 BURRICHTER, BARB ................. 300.00 CITY OF WASH ............................. 34.68 FEDERATION BANK ................... 190.30 FENN, KENNY ............................. 300,00 GONSHOROWSKI, RAPHAEL..,.100.00 MILLER, KEN .............................. 144.98 WASH STATE BANK ...................... 95.00 SPEC ASSESSMENTS WASH CO AUDITOR ................. 1115.00 GROUP INS TRUST WELLMARK BLUE CROSS ,.,.88155,44 PUBL SAFETY COMM CREDIT BUREAU OF WASH ........ 16.00 CUSTOM IMPRESSIONS ............. 11.50 GREINER, GINA ............................ 20.98 IA TELECOM ............................... 405.99 KALONA CO-OP TELE ............... 340.00 LE'I-rS, MELANIE .......................... 61.95 MAYER, JAIME .............................. 14.99 SORRELLS, CARA L ..................... 15.08 US CELLULAR ............................ 481.99 WALMART COMM BRC ................ 41.13 WASH EVENING JOURNAL ....... 101.92 E911 SERV BULLBERRY SYSTEMS INC.,..9850.00 IA NENA ...................................... 210.00 IA TELECOM ............................. 1130.80 KALONA CO-OP TELE ............... 233.52 QUILL CORP ............................... 340.8t QWEST ........................................ 421.92 RAMSEY COMM ......................... 175.91 WASH CO SECONDARY ............ 210.00 WELLMAN CO-OP TELE ............ 271.58 RECYCLING SERV ALLIANT ........................................ 98.02 CITY CARTON CO ...................... 271.25 CITY OF WASH ............................. 27.00 IA TELECOM ................................. 44.99 MARKS SANITATION & ............. 1577,50 NEW ALLIANCE FS .................... 561,00 REDLINGER TRUCKING ............ 350.00 WEIKERT IRON & ....................... 369.00 M/C HLTH CARE HENRY SCHEIN DENTAL ........... 283.16 LISCO ............................................ 25.00 NEBEL, EDIE ................................. 11.65 PEIFFER, ROBERTA ....................... 8,25 QUILL CORP ................................. 19.20 TEMPLE, SHEILA ...................... 1025.15 U OF I CeLL DENTIST ................. 69.95 US CELLULAR .............................. 10.15 WALKERS OFF SUPPL ................ 24.27 WASH EVENING JOURNAL ......... 31.20 WEIDMAN, JEN ............................. 74.72 EMPOwERMENT AREA A TO Z PRESCHOOL ................ 1560.00 FIRST BAPTIST PRESCH .......... 600.00 HIGHLAND COMM SCH-AINS ...480.00 HIGHLAND COMM SC-RIVERS .360.00 KALONA ELEMENT PRESCH ....480.00 KEOTA ELEM PRESCHOOL ....... 480.00 KINGDOM KIDS PRESCHOOL ..480.00 MONTESSORI SCHOOL ............ 120.00 ST JAMES PRESCHOOL .......... 1080.00 WACO COMM SCHOOL DIST....120.00 WALMART COMM BRC ................ 24.88 WASH CO PUBL HLTH ............. 1954.49 WASH PRESCHOOL CTR .......... 960.00 WELLMAN ELEM PRESCHL ...... 480.00 Published in The Kalona News Thurs- day, November 3, 2005. L-649 BOARD OF SUPERVISORS WASHINGTON COUNTY, IOWA Page 7B REGULAR MEETING OF TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2005 Chairperson, Jack Dillon, called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. in the Cour- thouse chambers in regular session. Supervisors Randy Payne and Larry DeLong were also present. Auditor Fredrick informed the Board that Washington County Community Ser- vice's CPC, Bobble Hoover, is not able to attend today's meeting. The contract she is asking the Board to approve today is the formal document from the Iowa Department of Human Services for pro- viding Washington County with Targeted Case Management Services as author- ized by the Board during the August 30th meeting by its passage of resolution 05- 47 (for the designation of a Targeted Case Management service provider), it was noted that the contract will run from October 1, 2005 through October 1, 2008. The Board voted to approve a contract with the Iowa DHS for providing Wash- ington County with Targeted Case Man- agement Services. The Board voted to approve resolution 05-60, for an adjustment of appropria- tions for the County Recorder. Recorder, Connie Pence, told the Board that the resolution allows her to expend CLRIS funds that have already been collected but not yet approved for expenditure. These funds must be sent to the State Treasurer's office. The Board voted to approve resolu- tion 05-62, for the suspension of Wash- ington County property taxes. County Treasurer, Jeff Garrett, explained to the Board that Pearl Beachy, Kalona, is a resident of a health care facility for which DHS pays a portion of her treatment and per Iowa Code property taxes must be suspended. In answer to questions from the Board, Garrett explained that the taxes continue to accrue, but the County is not allowed to charge interest on the suspended taxes or sell the property at a tax sale. The Board voted to approve resolu- tions 05-57, 05-58, for the purchase of highway right-of-way easements. It was noted that the right-of-way is being purchased in order for the County to undertake a bridge replacement proj- ect on 110th Street. The costs of the easements are $1141.15. Chairperson Dillon told the Board that he has been contacted by Attorney, William Suepple, who has informed the Board that the Sheriff's union (Chauf- feurs, Teamsters and Helpers Local Union 238) has requested to begin rene- gotiation of its contract, and it is therefore necessary for the Board to appoint an employer representative for these nego- tiations. The Board voted to approve William F. Suepple, Sr., of Meardon, Suepple & Downer PLC, Iowa City, Iow as the employer representative for collective bargaining with the Chauffeurs, Team- sters and Helpers Local Union 238. At 9:16 a.m., Chairperson Dillon, opened a discussion of the anticipated lease with Federation Bank for tempo- rary office space for Washington County Public Health, noting that the Board has yet to receive a finalized copy of the lease. Discussion ensued concerning the status and terms of the lease, with Pub- lic Health Director, Edie Nebei, telling the Board that County Attorney, Edmondson, has given her final approval of the lease language and in a meeting last Friday, the Board of Health also approved acceptance of the lease. Supervisor DeLong told the Board that he and Nebel recently met with Federa- tion Bank's, Dale Torpey, and also looked at the space that the County will lease. While the lease space will be tight, it is very nice and should work for the department. DeLong noted that the County's current building lease with the hospital expires on December 31, 2005, and there are not a lot of lease options available for this amount of square footage. DeLong told the Board that the cost of the lease will have to be addressed at a later date and a budget amendment is likely. Discussion of the proposed lease lan- guage followed with a discussion of the monthly lease rate. DeLong explained that the $2,068 per month ($24,816 per year) rate includes a 20% discount because of the two-year commitment and the volume of space the County will lease from Federation. Nebel told the Board that her depart- ment will also need to find additional space to run the WlC clinic (held four times per month) and she has visited with the Menonite Church in Washington who is willing to work with her at a cost of $50 per day used. Nebel explained that liability insurance and computer hook- ups are yet an open issue. Federation Bank's, Dale Torpey, told the Board that Federation is willing to work with Public Health on an occupation date and will make the space available ' after December 15th but will not start lease charges until after the actual pos- 'session date. Additional discussion between the Board .and Nebel regarding a timetable for the actual move followed. The Board voted to recommend approval of the two-year lease with Fed- eration Bank, for a temporary relocation of Washington County Public Health, and authorized the chair to sign the lease when finalized. At 9:26 a.m., the Board addressed en agenda addendum relating to a request for an application for fireworks permit. On motion by DeLong, seconded by Payne, the Board voted to approve an application for fireworks permit from Stephanie Miller, Riverside, for Septem- ber 24, 2005, 8:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m., with a rain date of October 1, 2005. The vote on the motion: Aye-Dillon, DeLong, Payne; Nay-none. Chairperson Dillon opened a discus- sion relating to the proposed Washington County correctional facility by reviewing his opinion on the results of the Wellman meeting and discussing the upcoming meeting schedule for distributing infor- mation about the project. Additional gen- eral discussion continued. Meeting adjourned at 9:34 a.m. Attest: s/WILLIAM C. FREDRICK, County Auditor Published in The Kalona News Thurs- day, November 3, 2005. I..-164 Sell it with a classified - eall 319. 656.2273