Commission Meeting Minutes — October 31, 2017         Certified November 7, 2017

 

Crawford County Commission met pursuant to adjournment with these members present: Leo Sanders, Presiding Commissioner; Rob Cummings, Commissioner District 1; Jared Boast, Commissioner District 2; De Dee Hamilton, Representing County Clerk; and the following proceedings were had to viz;

 

Attendees at the beginning of the meeting included Kenny McGraw, Ryan Storz, and Frank Williams.

 

The meeting was called to order at 9:05 a.m.

 

9:05 a.m.:  Jared Boast made a motion to approve the Crawford County Commission Meeting Agenda of October 31, 2017.  Rob Cummings provided a second.  All in favor; motion carried.

Roll Call Vote was held as follows:  

Leo Sanders – Yea

Rob Cummings – Yea    

Jared Boast – Yea

 

9:05 a.m.:  Rob Cummings made a motion to approve the meeting minutes of the Crawford County Commission for October 24, 2017.  Jared Boast provided a second.  All in favor; motion carried.

Roll Call Vote was held as follows:  

Leo Sanders –Yea

Rob Cummings – Yea    

Jared Boast – Yea

 

9:09 a.m.:  Citizen participation inquiry.  There was none.

 

9:10 a.m.: Discussion was held regarding contracts with MoDOT for Agri Business signs and installation.  Jared Boast made a motion to accept the contract to install the signs; Rob Cummings provided a second.  All in favor; motion carried.  Leo Sanders signed the contracts.

Roll Call Vote was held as follows:  

Leo Sanders –Yea

Rob Cummings – Yea    

Jared Boast – Yea

 

9:15 a.m.:  Kellie Vestal entered the meeting.

 

9:25 a.m.:  Commission recessed.

 

9:35 a.m.:  Brad Dicus and Corky Stack entered the meeting

 

9:37 a.m.:  The commission was back in session. All but Kellie Vestal returned.

 

9:37 a.m.:  Leo Sanders opened discussion regarding new lighting in the jail. Brad Dicus advised that there would be an $8000 per year savings to go to LED lighting in the jail.  Fixture cost was around $5,000; resulting in a payback of eight months. Brad will install the new fixtures.   Rob Cummings made a motion to proceed with the new lighting; to be purchased from the Jail CI Fund.  Jared Boast provided a second; motion carried.

Roll Call Vote was held as follows:  

Leo Sanders –Yea

Rob Cummings – Yea    

Jared Boast – Yea

Brad Dicus advised the commission of the need for a new UPS system in the jail, to provide consistent power. De Dee Hamilton told the commission that the bid notice for a new UPS system was sent to the paper on Monday, and would be published for the new two weeks.  De Dee stepped out and returned with copies of the bid, and the bid specs for the commission and Brad Dicus.  Brad told the commission he would be back for the bid opening on November 14, 2017, at 9:30 a.m.

 

9:45 a.m.:  Leo Sanders opened the floor to Corky Stack.  Stack submitted an estimate for construction costs to shore up the floor in the Perkins building. The estimate was $37,950. 

 

9:50 a.m.:  Mike Pendleton entered the meeting.

 

10:00 a.m.: The commission agreed to discuss the estimate and get back with Corky.  Corky Stack left the meeting.

Mike Pendleton wanted to tell Road 1 Commissioner, Rob Cummings, that he appreciated the work they had done on his road.  The commission thanked him for coming by.  Mike left the meeting.

 

10:15 a.m.:  The commission reviewed and signed bills.  Ryan Storz left the meeting.

 

10:35 a.m.:  Rob Cummings made a motion to adjourn the October 31, 2017 meeting of the Crawford County Commission.  Jared Boast provided a second.  All in favor; motion carried.

 

The Commission adjourned to meet November 7, 2017, at 9:00 a.m.

 

                                                

Leo Sanders, Presiding Commissionery