P. LITTLE, PRESIDENT
S. CAVEHILL RD.
S. CO. RD. 400 E.
N. SPADES RD.
meeting room in the Annex building, begins at 8:00 am
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Commissioner's Meeting Minutes for 09/29/03
September 29, 2003
The Ripley County Board of Commissioners met on Monday,
September 29th, 2003 in the Ripley County Annex, Versailles, Indiana.
John Little, Commissioner President called the meeting to order promptly at
8:00AM with Commissioners Chuck Folz & Robert Reiners in attendance.
Mary Ann McCoy, Auditor of Ripley County acted as secretary for the board of
Neil Comer, Ripley County Attorney was present to advise the Board on legal
The board read the minutes from the meeting of September 15th, 2003.
A motion to approve the minutes as corrected was made by Commissioner
Reiners seconded by Commissioner Folz. Motion
The Board signed the payroll check register and claim register for September
Gene Bishop, Maintenance advised the commissioners that he had received a letter
from AMCO Elevators in reference to the Hydraulic Cylinder Replacement
(Passenger Elevator) in the courthouse at the cost of
$21,410. President Little signed the pricing page containing Amoco’s
sales terms and acceptance portion of the proposal.
Kelly Vollet, Technology advised the commissioners that the Rising Sun
Foundation had approved the grant of $10,000 for the Video Arraignment Equipment
leaving a balance of $7,947.92 to be raised by the county. Vollet also advised
the commissioners that the state is going to mandate that the counties have an
account with Holey Moly in the very near future.
Vollet has contacted Enhanced Business Solutions and they will initiate
with Holey Moly through ETC/EBS at the cost of $1,020 a year. Commissioner Folz
made the motion to go with Enhanced Business Solutions and seconded by
commissioners Reiners. Motion approved unanimously.
Vollet also advised that she is still checking on the dialer for the fire
Tad Brinson, Planning updated the commissioners on projects he is working on at
the present time.
Dana Rittle, Southeastern Regional Planning Commission & Sandy Kaiser
appeared in front of the Commissioners on the Micro Grants that had been given
out in 2000. Rittle & Kaiser were completing an annual report on the grants.
They advised the commissioners that if grants were not paid back, the county
could be responsible for the grants.
Steve Roberts, Sieko Engineering updated the commissioners on their company and
stated that the company had been in business for the past 40 years.
Brittany Martin, AECON, Inc advised the commissioners that she may have some
information concerning Nation Park Service on Bridge #8 (Cave Hill Road) by the
Judge Morris appeared in front of the commissioners about moving the entrance to
his offices for security reasons. Judge Morris advised that the cost would be
$1,829 (keep present steel door) &
$2,279 with a (new steel door). Commissioner Reiners made the motion to proceed
with moving the present wall/door and seconded by Commissioner Folz. Motion
Judge Taul/Judge Morris advised the commissioners that the Probation Office has
a sewage smell & a mold problem. Judge
Taul /Judge Morris presented the commissioners with statements from several
employees on health problems that they feel are related to the
building/environment, in which the probation department is located. Judge Taul
& Judge Morris recommended that they have an inspection on the building.
Judge Taul asked the commissioners if it would be possible to move the
probation department to the house owned by the county, if it became available.
Commissioners advised that is a possibility.
Bill Davison, Sheriff updated the commissioners on the jail/roof project.
Davison presented Ordinance #2003-17 to charge the commissary fund $15.00 for
each doctor or Hospital visit by an inmate. Commissioners signed Ordiance
Junior Heaton, Ripley County Highway Superintendent presented the commissioner
with a quote on the extended warranty for the TS110 Tractor. Cost for 12 months
/2000 hrs $1,925 and 24 months 4000 hrs $3645. No decision was made.
Scott Melling, EMS Director appeared in front of the commissioners and advised
that the Grant for ($50,000) from Rising Sun Foundation had been deferred till
the next round of grants. Melling
advised that he had found another location for the EMS on SR 129. Commissioners
agreed to make a continuant offer of $85,000. Melling also advised the
commissioners that two (2) vehicles had been ordered and the commissioners will
have a choice of a lease agreement or they can purchase the vehicles. He advised
that 3 heart monitors have been ordered at approx. $32,000 and that he had sent
out several application pkgs. for the full time propositions. Commissioners
agreed to keep the advertising for the proposition as is.
Charlene Keck, Vital Record advised the commissioners that
they would soon be hooking up with the state. Keck wanted to know if they would
be moving in the near future. Keck will get back with the commissioners at the
Jerry Vollmer, Main Source appeared in front of the commissioners with Insurance
Commissioners signed the Notice to Proceed on Bridge # 180 (Finks Road over CS
Motion to adjourn to the next meeting on Friday, Oct.10th @ 8.00AM (due to
Columbus Day on Monday, Oct.13th & offices will be closed) in the
Ripley County Annex, Versailles, In. made by Commissioner Folz and seconded by
Commissioner Reiners. Motion approved unanimously.
Ripley County Board of Commissioners
Mary Ann McCoy, Auditor
TO RIPLEY COUNTY