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Commission Minutes

Commission Minutes

MONDAY, JUNE 6, 2022

9:00 AM CONVENE

PRESENT: Roy Rost, Chairman; Steve Baldwin, Kevin Braun, Members; Brenda Wood, Clerk and Recorder

FALLON COUNTY COURTHOUSE

The Pledge of Allegiance was held in the Commissioner’s Office to start off the week.

9:00 AM PUBLIC COMMENT –AGENDA/NON-AGENDA ITEMS

No one appeared for Public Comment.

9:15 AM COMMISSIONER MINUTES APPROVAL FOR WEEK OF MAY 30-June 3, 2022.

Commissioner Baldwin made the motion to approve the minutes from May 30-June 3, 2022, with corrections. Commissioner Braun seconded the motion. Commissioner Rost asked for any other discussion; being none. 3 Ayes. 0 Nays. The motion carried unanimously.

9:30 AM Commission Work Session

          The Commission reviewed, revenues received, reports, emails and other correspondence, board minutes and agendas.

9:35 AM Rich Menger, Sanitarian joined.

          Rich discussed waterfall project and draining of the upper Lake. 

9:45 AM Rich left the meeting.

10:00 AM ROAD/SHOP UPDATES/Bobby Wiedmer, Road Superintendent

          Road Updates-Replacement of culverts was discussed. Now laying scoria on Lame Jones Trail; will also pull the shoulders and blend it in with the road material. Bobby will go view Chimney Creek Road due to reported gouge in the road.  Commissioner Braun asked about moving blade operators around in a rotation of the districts. This has not been discussed before, but they have used the crew in all of the districts before.  Bobby stated the crew knows what work needs to be done in the districts they work in, who the County has easements for and who we don’t.

10:10 AM Carl Overland, Shop Mechanic joined.

The replacement for one of the crew members, getting ready to retire, has been around watching other operators and will move to that district.  Commissioner Rost discussed a driveway that was missed when blading other driveways. Bobby discussed getting mag chloride from Glendive for a County Road in Herbst Industrial Subdivision.  They are working on a plan to haul it from Glendive to Baker.   

          Shop Updates-In the process of pulling the motor on the ambulance. Older Council on Aging bus is throwing a code. Needs a new catalytic converter but they cannot get one and don’t know when one will be available; they are going to try to clean it for now.  Landfill scraper radiator will need to be removed and taken to Glendive.

10:18 AM Bobby and Carl left the meeting.

10:29 AM Richard Menger, Sanitarian joined.

10:30 AM Shannon Hewson, Brosz Engineering joined the meeting via conference call.

PROJECT UPDATES-Waterfall-Contractor work is complete, less the switch on the box that needs to be moved bythe electrical contractor, seeding in wetlands and the grate for the manhole. Discussed whether there was a need for a walkthrough on this project; all Commission has viewed the project and do not feel there is a need for anything further.  Rich stated he is very happy with the project as well. Shannon presented a change order and pay application for the project. 

          Lake Project-The gates have been opened so the water is slowly flowing out of the upper dam. Rocking the eroded areas is going to have to wait because they cannot get equipment in where needed.  Rich feels the wetlands should be flooded by the end of the week and when that happens, they will shut the gates.

          Storm Drain project-The estimate for this project should be ready this morning and will bring it this afternoon. Preliminary plans will be brought over next week in preparation of going to bid. Will need to meet with MDU, then if locating needs to be done they can discuss that next week as well.

          Box Culverts-No further updates at this time however, the Contractor is also working on the waterline project for the City of Baker.  They are having problems getting some of the parts; Shannon is in hopes they may do some of the bridge work in between.

10:38 AM Shannon hung up the phone and Rich left the meeting.

11:00AM AIRPORT INSURANCE QUESTIONS/Debbie Wyrick, Deputy Clerk and Recorder and Craig Canfield, KLJ Engineering via conference call.

11:02 AM Roger Meggers, Baker Air joined.

11:03 AM Jade Boggs, Insurance Agent joined

          Last week Debbie received a phone call from Young Gun Construction’s Insurance Agent.  He was questioning if Fallon County was going to insure the fuel tanks, (for the Fuel System Project at the Airport). Debbie said this has brought up a lot of questions about who is supposed to insure them. Friday an agreement was received from Young Gun to lease the tanks to the County so the County can insure them. Discussed Baker Air owns the fuel that will be placed in the tanks and Young Gun currently owns the tanks.

          We would take full ownership of the tanks after they are placed in the permanent resting spot. Jade stated the County could insure them during the course of construction, any faulty workmanship or property damage would be the responsibility of Young Gun Construction. If the county signs the agreement the county is assuming the property damage of the tanks and after the project is complete the county would definitely be responsible.        

          The day the lease agreement stops would be the day they are ready to install the tanks; it is felt that needs to be included in the lease agreement. The insurance coverage will be a separate policy. No one is sure what the specifics are on the tank warranty. They have taken all precautions regarding the tank’s current placement, i.e., bollards, check valves, etc. Roger will check on the coverage he has in place.   

          Craig will revise the agreement, after Commission approves of the revisions it will be sent to Young Gun Construction for their signature.  After the signed copy is received, the Commission will sign it and it will be sent to Debbie and Jade. The agreement will be recorded in the Clerk and Recorder’s Office.

11:25 AM Craig hung up the phone, leaving the meeting.

Further discussed the agreement and the insurance policy needs.

11:54 AM Roger, Debbie and Jade left the meeting.

11:56 AM Commissioner Baldwin made the motion to recess. Commissioner Braun seconded the motion. Commissioner Rost asked for any other discussion; being none. 3 Ayes. 0 Nays. 0 Absent. The motion carried unanimously.

                NOON RECESS

1:15 PM RECONVENE

PRESENT: Roy Rost, Chairman; Steve Baldwin and Kevin Braun Members; Brenda Wood, Clerk & Recorder

FALLON COUNTY COURTHOUSE

1:15 PM PUBLIC COMMENT – AGENDA/NON-AGENDA ITEMS

No one appeared for Public Comment

1:25 PM Richard Menger, Sanitarian joined.

1:30 PM TOWN OF PLEVNA – REQUEST TO USE COUNTY MINIMUM ALLOCATION FUNDS (ARPA) FOR LAGOON PROJECT/Gary Thielen, Mayor-Town of Plevna; Jolene Boespflug, Clerk-Town of Plevna; Shannon Hewson, Brosz Engineering

Brosz Engineering completed the preliminary report for the Town of Plevna lagoon.  There is a splitter manhole that comes in and goes to cell 1 and 2. There is constant raw sewage going to both cells. The State said the Plevna lagoon system would not pass, operating in its current status. Sewage would typically go to one cell and then transfer to the other cell to sit; then it can be discharged. The cells have been evaporating on their own, however, heavy rains can create the need for emergency discharge which is handled by the State of Montana. The current condition of the cells would prevent them from getting a discharge permit from the State of Montana, unless it was an emergency. 

The Town of Plevna were in hopes Fallon County would share their minimum allocation funds due to their projected shortfall. The shortfall is expected to be approximately $20,000, plus unknown costs. Rather than removal of sludge, DEQ was going to allow an alternative plan of dragging the cells and placement of chemical for cost saving purposes. They are trying to establish operation and maintenance procedures for the lagoon.

The Commission would like them to get their funding and come back when they are sure of the amount of their shortfall. Rich will check on grant funding from DNRC but would like someone else to administer the grant if he were to get one for them. The Commission plans to submit the County’s drainage project for our minimum allocation funds and if there are any funds left, the Commission would be glad to give those funds to the Town of Plevna for their project.

2:04 PM Gary, Jolene and Shannon left the meeting.

2:15 PM PERMISSION TO RECRUIT CONTAINER SITE ATTENDANT/Jeff Frank, Manager of Landfill Operations; Julie Straub, HRM

          Due to the recent resignation of the Container Site Attendant, Jeff would like to recruit a new equipment operator.  The Commission asked if they would like to try to operate with the current staff, with the premise they have permission to work overtime, as needed.  Discussed rotation of days for all staff. If there is a Saturday, they will not have coverage, they would give notice of the container site being closed for the day.

The decision is to try to work with the current staff, permission granted to work overtime as needed.  If this does not appear to be working Jeff can meet with the Commission again.  Jeff was agreeable with this and felt the staff would be as well. 

2:25 PM Jeff and Julie left the meeting.

2:30 PM MAY, 2022 END OF MONTH CLAIMS APPROVALS

The Commission reviewed and approved end of month May, 2022 claims in the amount of $207,059.98. They are filed in the Clerk and Recorder’s Office.

3:30 PM MAY, 2022 TIMESHEET/PAYROLL APPROVALS

The Commission reviewed and approved timesheets for the month of May 2022 and approved payroll and withholdings in the amount of $560,311.89. They are filed in the Clerk and Recorder’s Office.

 4:05 PM COMMISSIONER WORK SESSION

The Commission reviewed, revenues received, reports, emails and other correspondence, board minutes and agendas.

The Commission approved and signed the Geophysical Exploration Permit for Paragon Geophysical Services, Inc. The Permit is on record in the Clerk and Recorder’s Office.

 4:30 PM Commissioner Braun made the motion to recess for the evening. Commissioner Baldwin seconded the motion. Commissioner Rost asked for any other discussion; being none. 3 Ayes. 0 Nays. 0 Absent. The motion carried unanimously.

TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 2022

ELECTION DAY – COMMISSION NOT IN SESSION

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 2022

9:00 AM RECONVENE

PRESENT: Roy Rost, Chairman; Steve Baldwin, Member; Brenda Wood, Clerk and Recorder

ABSENT: Kevin Braun, Member

Fallon County Courthouse

9:15 AM County Rural Fire Warden Budget Discussion/Randy Hoenke, County Rural Fire Warden, Kimberly Jensen, AP Clerk

          Randy reviewed his Rural Fire Warden budget with the Commission. Randy does not feel he needs a laptop.  Discussed a possible grant he may receive, ($10,000), that is budgeted in his #220 operating supplies. He will send copies of invoices that will be reimbursed. The grant supplies will be dispersed between Baker and Plevna Fire Departments.

9:20 AM Randy and Kimberly left the meeting.  

9:30 AM Budget Work Session

          The Commission reviewed various budgets.

10:00 AM Superintendent of Schools Budget Discussion/Don Schillinger, Superintendent of Schools; Kimberly Jensen, AP Clerk

          Don reviewed his County Superintendent of Schools budget with the Commission.  Don left everything pretty much the same as last year. This year Don will budget for a new computer to stay in the rotation.  Discussed some trainings he may attend for his certification.

10:08 AM Don and Kimberly left the meeting.

10:15 AM Road/Bridge Budget Discussion/Bobby Wiedmer, Road Superintendent; Mitch Overn and Carl Overland, Shop Mechanics and Kimberly Jensen, AP Clerk

         The Road, Bridge and Road Capital Project budgets were discussed. They will rotate 2 new computers and a laptop. Discussed the rest of the changes to the budgets in length; largely discussed fuel costs and possibly changing the way road work is completed. Discussed possible equipment purchases from #4302 Road Capital Project budget, box culvert projects and the Cabin Creek culvert that will need replaced.

11:15 AM Bobby, Mitch and Carl left the meeting.

11:25 AM Kimberly left the meeting.

11:30 AM EMS Updates/Ambulance Policy Discussion/Lisa Mitchell, EMS Program Manager

          The call volume was low in May (17 Total); had 2 refusals, 1 agency assist and 2 cancelled calls.  Lisa has been working with Katie at FMC regarding the transfer policy and charges for medications, which may have to be included in the base rate.  They are waiting on information from the insurance companies before completing that portion of the policy. Discussed complexities regarding transfers from private facilities to the hospital. The Commission agreed to wait until further information is received before completing the policy. 

11:40 AM Lisa left the meeting

11:48 AM Commissioner Baldwin made the motion to recess. Commissioner Rost seconded the motion. Commissioner Rost asked for any other discussion; being none. 2 Ayes. 0 Nays. 1 Absent (Kevin Braun). The motion carried unanimously.

12:00 PM       NOON RECESS

1:45 PM RECONVENE

PRESENT: Roy Rost, Chairman; Steve Baldwin and Kevin Braun Members; Brenda Wood, Clerk and Recorder

FALLON COUNTY COURTHOUSE

PUBLIC COMMENT – AGENDA/NON-AGENDA ITEMS

No one appeared for Public Comment.

2:00 PM Treasurer Budget Discussion/Barb Ketterling, Treasurer/Assessor; Kimberly Jensen, AP Clerk

          Barb discussed her budget with the Commission; decreased her supply, purchased services and capital outlay line items and increased her computer budget for the replacement of 3 computers.  Overall, her operating budget decreased by $3,500. Barb was approved to purchase a new copy machine; it will be 3 to 4 months before received.

2:30 PM Human Resources/Employee Safety Budget Discussion/Julie Straub, HRM; Kimberly Jensen, AP Clerk

          Safety-Julie would like to increase safety reimbursement from $150 to $200 or somewhere in between, due to the increasing costs of safety equipment. The Commission asked that it remain at $150 per year, per eligible employee. Discussed all safety budget costs; to accommodate those costs, the operating budget increased by $15,700.  Human Resource budget-Julie decreased this budget by $2,050.

2:37 PM Julie left the meeting.

3:00 PM RENEWAL OF WORKMAN’s COMP INSURANCE/Debbie Wyrick, Deputy Clerk and Recorder; Christa Alford, Payroll Clerk and Jade Boggs, Insurance Store; Julie Straub, HRM

          The end of this Fiscal Year will complete two (2) years with State Fund Workman’s Compensation Insurance. 

The experience modification factor is a multiplier used to calculate the workers’ compensation premium. It shows our workers’ compensation claims experience compared to other businesses with similar jobs. The increase will be 15% from last year. Overall, governmental entities as a whole are performing very well.  Fallon County will move to the gold group; at the end of three (3) years, State Fund will perform a look back and we could see a return on premiums.  In 2020 when we moved from Victory to State Fund the County saved $30,000.  So far, this fiscal year there has been $66,000 paid out in losses. The Commission made the decision to renew with State Fund. 

          Airport Tank insurance-Jade found the storage tanks can be covered by Traveler’s rather than getting a standalone policy.  The Pollution portion would be a standalone policy with an approximate cost of $500-$600 annually; discussed Baker Air being named as additional insured on this policy. The berm for the tanks will accommodate the contents of both tanks.  Roger Megger, Baker Air is checking to see if he has pollution insurance.

3:20 PM Jade, Debbie, Julie and Christa left the meeting.

3:30 PM DUE TO UNEXPECTED MEETING – APPOINTING BOARD MEMBERS HAS BEEN MOVED TO 3:30 PM

APPOINT VARIOUS BOARD MEMBERS

          Commissioner Baldwin made the motion to accept resignations from Candace Mettler, Fallon County Library Board; Krista Nemitz, Planning/Airport Board of Adjustment Board(s); Randy Wolenetz, Weed Board.  Commissioner Braun seconded the motion.  Commissioner Rost asked for any other discussion; being none.  3 Ayes.  0 Nays. Motion carried unanimously.

           Commissioner Braun made the motion to reappoint the following to the following boards:  Dale Hinton, Airport Board/Airport Zoning Commission; Jennifer Fisher, Baker TV Board; Betty Mueller, Bonnie Newberry and Robert Boggs, Council on Aging Board.  Commissioner Baldwin seconded the motion.  Commissioner Rost asked for any other discussion; being none.  3 Ayes. 0 Nays.  Motion carried unanimously. 

          Two applications were received for the Museum Board-Ken Griffith-Current Board Member and Jamie Holliday.  Commissioner Rost recused himself from this discussion. 

          Commissioner Braun made the motion to reappoint Ken Griffith to the Museum Board.  Commissioner Baldwin seconded the motion.  Commissioner Baldwin asked for any other discussion; being none.  2 Ayes. 0 Nays. 1 Abstain (Commissioner Rost). Motion carried.

           Commissioner Baldwin made the motion to reappoint Jon Slagter to the Planning/Airport Board of Adjustment Board(s).  Commissioner Braun seconded the motion.  Commissioner Rost asked for any other discussion; being none.  3 Ayes. 0 Nays.  Motion carried unanimously.

             Commissioner Braun made the motion to reappoint Pat Hanley to the Planning/Airport Board of Adjustment Board(s).  Commissioner Baldwin seconded the motion.  Commissioner Rost asked for any other discussion; being none.  3 Ayes. 0 Nays.  Motion carried unanimously. 

           Commissioner Braun made the motion to reappoint Carl Overland, David Kono and Steve Bryan to the Shooting Range Board. Commissioner Baldwin seconded the motion.  Commissioner Rost asked for any other discussion; being none. 3 Aye. 0 Nays. Motion carried unanimously.

3:30 PM Commissioner Braun made the motion to recess for the evening. Commissioner Baldwin seconded the motion. Commissioner Rost asked for any other discussion; being none.  3 Ayes. 0 Nays. The motion carried unanimously.

          EVENING RECESS

4:15 PM   NORTH PLAINS CONNECTOR PROJECT MEETING-FALLON COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS

THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 2022

9:45 AM RECONVENE

PRESENT: Steve Baldwin, Presiding Officer and Kevin Braun, Member; Brenda Wood, Clerk & Recorder

ABSENT: Roy Rost, Chairman

FALLON COUNTY COURTHOUSE

9:45 AM PUBLIC COMMENT – AGENDA/NON-AGENDA ITEMS

9:50 AM Debbie Wyrick, Deputy Clerk and Recorder joined

          Debbie stated it has been determined the County should be insuring the Airport fueling system. Commission made the decision to insure the entire fueling system.  Debbie will contact the insurance agent about preparing the Certificate of Liability and see if he can add specifics regarding when the tanks are moved the liability reverts back to Young Gun Construction. 

9:53 AM Debbie left the meeting.

10:00 AM FMC MONTHLY REPORT/HOSPITAL BUDGET DISCUSSION/David Espeland, CEO and Marjorie Losing, CFO-Fallon Medical Complex; Kimberly Jensen AP Clerk

           Budget discussion-No changes were made to the budget submittal. Portion of the budget that is used for maintenance of building and equipment remained the same-$400,000. Only mill levy funds spent this fiscal year was to purchase an ice machine in the amount of $10,490.37. The remaining mill levy funds budgeted amount was $1,091,227.

10:08 AM Kimberly left the meeting. 

            FMC Monthly Report-Marjorie presented the May financials and reviewed the FY22 Hospital budget packet. David discussed the recent issues regarding information presented to the Hospital Board by the Assistant Attorney General at their June meeting. If the activities from the special interest group progresses and moves forward at the July meeting, the Hospital doors will close; determination on the status will be decided by the District Court Judge. David will be placing an article in the paper and on Facebook regarding this matter.

11:05 AM Richard Menger, Sanitarian and Kimberly Jensen, AP Clerk joined.

11:05 AM David, Marjorie left the meeting.

11:07 AM Sanitarian/Motor Vehicle Disposal Budget Discussion

          Sanitarian budget-Commission stated the Sanitarian budget was okay as submitted.

          MVD (Motor Vehicle Disposal) budget-This is grant funded by the State of Montana. Funds will be budgeted and spent according to the grant.

11:15 AM-Rich and Kimberly left the meeting

11:26 AM Debbie Wyrick, Deputy Clerk and Recorder joined. 

          Debbie explained, our Insurance Company cannot write the stipulations, discussed earlier, on the Certificate of Liability in the Airport fueling system. Any stipulations would need to be placed in the lease agreement between Young Gun Construction and Fallon County. 

11:30 AM Debbie left the meeting.

11:30 AM Airport Budget Discussion/Roger Meggers, Airport Manager; Kimberly Jensen, AP Clerk and Debbie Wyrick Deputy Clerk and Recorder

          Budget-Discussed the budget and the fuel system project.  Will budget for a computer for the pilot lounge in order to keep it in the rotation. 

11:40 AM Kimberly left the meeting.

11:40 AM Commission contacted Craig Canfield, KLJ Engineer for the Airport fueling system project, via conference call. 

          Discussed insurance needs for the construction project.  Determined the Airport fueling system and tanks will need to be insured.  Discussed added language; (Fallon County is not responsible for the moving of tanks to area of permanently placement). Craig feels the agreement covers this by saying it will expire when ready to move the tanks.  When that time comes, Young Gun Construction will be notified the rental agreement has expired.  Once the fueling system is installed and operational, Fallon County will be the owner and will take responsibility for the liability of the fuel system. The coverage will be $400,000 and is adequate if everything were to be a total loss. Young Gun Construction is liable for any damage during the moving phase. Jade wrote the coverage start date of June 18th because that is Fallon County’s renewal date.  Debbie will get this information sent off. 

12:05 PM Craig hung up the phone and Debbie left the meeting.

12:08 PM The Commission contacted Craig Canfield regarding the remaining Construction Project amount to be budgeted for FY23. Craig gathered the figures and stated $392,000 should cover Young Gun invoicing and $223,000 would be the grant reimbursement for FY23.

12:14 PM Craig hung up the phone, leaving the meeting.

12:15 PM Commissioner Braun made the motion to recess. Commissioner Baldwin seconded the motion. Commissioner Baldwin asked for any other discussion; being none 2 Ayes. 0 Nays. 1 Absent. (Commissioner Rost). The motion carried.

            NOON RECESS

1:15 PM RECONVENE

PRESENT: Steve Baldwin, Presiding Officer and Kevin Braun, Member; Brenda Wood, Clerk and Recorder

ABSENT:  Roy Rost, Chairman

FALLON COUNTY COURTHOUSE

PUBLIC COMMENT – AGENDA/NON-AGENDA ITEMS

No one appeared for Public Comment.

1:20 PM WEED/NOXIOUS WEED BUDGET DISCUSSION/Sara Berger, Weed Control Coordinator, Kimberly Jensen, AP Clerk

         Weed Budget- The Commission did not have any questions regarding Sara’s budget. Decreased some line items, increased the chemical line item due to rising costs; left the fuel budget as it was, increased the computer budget from $1,000 to $1,200. 

          Noxious Weed Budget-This is a grant that has been received each year.  May apply for the Tri-County grant that is shared with Wibaux and Prairie Counties. 

1:30 PM Sara and Kimberly left the meeting.

2:00 PM SOLID WASTE BUDGET DISCUSSION/Jeff Frank, Manager of Landfill Operations; Kimberly Jensen, AP Clerk

          Discussed increasing the computer budget to $2400, instead of $2,000; increased the fuel line item by $10,000; increased #360 by $30,000 to accommodate the tire shredder costs; increased and decreased other line items based upon the past year’s expenses.  Discussed purchase of containers will come from FY23 budget.  Further discussions on finding a hook truck to purchase, each will come from Capital Outlay-Machinery/Equipment line item.

2:25 PM Jeff left the budget meeting.

2:30 PM GOLF BUDGET DISCUSSION/Kevin Hill, Golf Course Superintendent; Kimberly Jensen, AP Clerk

          Discussed purchasing a tablet rather than a PC, this would be beneficial to run the irrigation system.  Commission would like a quote to repair the irrigation system. Kevin left the line items the same as last year with the exception of the utility budget, which has seen some increases for all departments.

2:45 PM Kevin and Kimberly left the meeting.

3:00 PM SHOOTING RANGE BUDGET DISCUSSION/Jim Leischner, Shooting Range Manager; Shane Bettenhausen, Shooting Match Supervisor; Kimberly Jensen, AP Clerk

          Discussed securing the shot gun area from further damage from the bump and run. Would like to purchase drill stem and possibly have the Road Department drive them in the ground.  Would drill holes in the drill stem for placement of chain. Jim and Shane feel the cost would be minimal, approximately $500.

3:15 PM Robbie Christiaens, Outside Maintenance Supervisor joined.

Robbie will assist in placement of drill stem.  One call will be notified. 

3:20 PM Robbie left the meeting.

          Discussed budget for a new modem for the Range Solutions System. Currently they have a work around for the issue, completed by Dustan Davis, former IT Tech.  A cost of $10,000 was quoted to replace the modem.

          Retirement-Commission discussed the decision Shane has made regarding retirement. Has no definite date set but is committed to be here for the Shoot scheduled for September.

3:25 PM Jim, Shane and Kimberly left the meeting.

3:30 PM PLANNING BUDGET DISCUSSION-Mary Grube was unable to attend and has rescheduled.

4:00 PM FAIR BUDGET DISCUSSION/Shyla Hadley, Fairgrounds Manager; Wendy Wagner, Fair Board Member; Kimberly Jensen, AP Clerk

         Discussed the increases and decreases of various line items and reasons for each.  There will be no High School Rodeo in the new Fiscal Year.            

4:18 PM-Alyse Weber joined.

Further discussed the budget as presented.  The group moved to the Capital Outlay items listed:  awning, crows nest extension; arena tarp roller.  The Commission asked them to choose their top two items.  The decision was to forgo the awning and complete the crow’s nest extension and arena tarp roller.  Capital Outlay items will be taken from the Capital Project Fund #4300. 

4:50 PM Shyla, Wendy, Alyse and Kimberly left the meeting.

4:55 PM Commissioner Braun made the motion to adjourn. Commissioner Baldwin seconded the motion. Commissioner Baldwin asked for any other discussion; being none 2 Ayes. 0 Nays. 1 Absent. (Commissioner Rost). The motion carried.

           ADJOURN                                                                              

                                                                                               s/Roy Rost, Presiding Officer

                                                                                               s/Steve Baldwin, Presiding Officer-June 9, 2022

ATTEST:

Brenda J. Wood, Clerk and Recorder