of County Commissioners met in regular session at 9:00 a.m. with all members
and the county clerk present.
department head meeting was held with the following in attendance: Frank Goldsby, Public Works Administrator;
Tom Kramer, Road Foreman; Rita Gee, Treasurer; Mary K. Sullivan, Register of
Deeds; Nancy Ramski, Civic Center Building and Grounds Manager; Todd Hampton,
Building Official; John Crosby, Fire Chief; Don Button, Emergency Management
Coordinator; and Kevin Barbo, Interim Emergency Medical Service Director.
Schwein made the motion to approve the minutes of the July 16, 23 and 24, 2002
meetings and the claims against the various funds of the county.
Emergency Management Coordinator, presented an update on his department. The commissioners reviewed and approved two
grant agreements. Carl Higgs made the motion to allow Mr. Button to attend ICS
training. Costs for the training will be reimbursed by the state. Gene Schwein
seconded the motion and it passed unanimously.
KCAMP Insurance Administrator, reported that the annual KCAMP/KWORCC meeting
will be held on Sunday evening the first night of the Kansas Association of
Barbo, Interim EMS Director, updated the commissioners on his department. He said Dr. Plumlee has agreed to serve as
medical director and protocols are being updated.
Goldsby, Public Works Administrator, Nancy Ramski, Building and Grounds
Manager, and Tom Kramer, Road Foreman, met with the commissioners. Mrs. Ramski presented information on six
proposed RV electrical hook-ups at the fairgrounds. Approval was given to solicit bids for this project. Mr. Goldsby requested approval to purchase a
one-ton truck for the sign department and transfer that department’s truck to
the shop. Approval was given to solicit
bids for the truck. Discussion was held
on the Moscow bridge replacement project.
Mr. Kramer explained that the road would be closed during construction
because the cost to build a bypass at state specifications would be $250,000 to
$300,000, and the state does not want to do this.
Schwein made the motion to adjust Kevin Barbo’s rate of pay to $15.00 per hour
while he is interim EMS Director. His
pay will be adjusted accordingly when a new director is hired. Carl Higgs seconded the motion and it passed
made the motion to approve the low bid not to exceed $1,523 for an IBM Netvista
A22p computer from Next-Tech for the Register of Deeds office. The Register of Deeds technology funds that
are available shall be used to pay as much of this cost as possible. Gene Schwein seconded the motion and it
commissioners adjourned to meet again on August 9 as a board of canvassers to
canvass the ballots cast at the primary election today.
Linda McHenry, County Clerk Madison