Osage County Commission Meeting Minutes
July 11, 2017
The meeting was called to order by Presiding Commissioner Dudenhoeffer at 8:30 AM.
Meeting opened with the Pledge of Allegiance.
District 1 Commissioner John Glavin present.
District 2 Commissioner Larry Kliethermes present.
County Clerk Patrick Steele on duty.
Media was represented by Jerri Voss.
Present for all or part of the meeting were: Jerry Bryan, Randy Atkin, Sheriff Bonham, and John Klebba.
Approval of the Agenda: Agenda was approved.
Minutes: Minutes of June 13, 15, and 20, 2017 are ready for review and approval. Note: no minutes were made of the June 22, 2017 meeting that approved timesheets. Meeting of July 6, 2017 Minutes are ready for review and approval.
Bills and Communications:
Checks for approved invoices for signatures and disbursement.
June Sales Tax Reports, showing a big jump.
June Tax Adjustment Report for review and approval.
Board of Equalization scheduled for 9 AM on July 18, 2017 in the Commission Room. John Deeken has been contacted by Commissioner Kliethermes and Presiding Commissioner Dudenhoeffer will ask John Trenshaw.
County Government Day, State Auditor Nicole Galloway, July 26, 2017 from 9 AM to 4 PM. Nicci Bouse and Patrick Steele will be attending.
MRPC Dinner Meeting is scheduled in Salem for October 26, 2017. Details to be provided later.
Workforce Meeting on November 15, 2017.
Road and Bridge Items: Randy provided a copy of his weekly report. He was asked to provide location of brush cutters on the weekly report. He reported that both brush cutters are now working. The temperature is a real problem and they are working mostly in the mornings when it is cooler.
New BRO Project, CR 531: Error on cover page has been corrected to show CR 531 on cover page.
Plan for County Roads: Not discussed.
Luebbering Law Suit: Trial dates are set for Nov. 6-9, 2017 in Union, MO.
Tax Support Pamphlet: The pamphlet is at the printers and Commissioner Kliethermes will cheek with the printer.
Westphalia Road Issue: No new information.
Agricultural Ready County Program: The presentation is planned to be made at the start of the sale at the County Fair on July 13, 2017, sometime between 6 PM and 6:30 PM.
Health Care Consortium Statewide: No new information.
Levee Break near Morrison Follow-up. There are no county roads in the old Starke Road District Area.
FEMA/SEMA Follow-up: No new information.
The Conflict of Interest Ordinance, 02-2017 was presented for adoption. Commissioner Kliethermes made the motion to adopt the ordinance and it was seconded by Commissioner Glavin and passed with three ayes in the roll call vote.
John Klebba from Legends Bank presented the paid loan agreement for the Administration Building to the County Commission. He thanked the Commission for their significant investment in Linn in the purchase and renovation of this building. He also provided a general warranty deed for the property from Central Missouri Community Development Corporation to Osage County, Missouri which will be recorded.
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County Clerk’s June Report was presented to the Commissioners. To date, 15 absentee ballots have been mailed out to Permanent Absentee Voters.
Sheriff Bonham informed the Commissioners that they have upgraded to Leeds on line and the invoice will be $1300.00 when it comes in. He has received complaints that the train has been stopped on the tracks blocking CR 433 and CR 432. He reported that the Department is ready for the Fair this coming week, it will be lowered key, more of a walking and talking approach. He informed the Commissioners that new employee Ricky Jarvis who is familiar with the Meta area, will be moving to Meta.
Jerry Bryan reported that Purple Wave was difficult to contact, but he has placed a bid on the safe that is listed on their auction site. He stated that it would have been better for the County if they would have accepted his bid prior to listing on Purple Wave. So far, he has the winning bid.
Commissioner Glavin asked to speak about CR 738. He reported that people in Belle wanted to have CR 378 extended across the railroad tracks to connect with HWY 28. It will take about 250 of new road, Railroad and Highway Permits to get approval. He will attend a meeting to see just what is wanted. It is unclear where the road actually lies within the City limits of Belle.
With no further business, Commissioner Glavin made the motion to adjourn and the meeting was adjourned at 9:45 AM.
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