June 13, 2006|
The Sac County Board of Supervisors met in regular session with all members present, Jack Bensley, Chairman, presiding.
The minutes of the last meeting were approved with the following corrections: The taxes abated on abandoned railroad right
of way at the May 30, 2006, board meeting were incorrectly described as being in Section 25 of Douglas Twp. The minutes
should have read Section 25 of Delaware Twp.
The meeting scheduled with the Ambulance Director to discuss collection policies was rescheduled for June 27, 2006.
It was moved by Stock and seconded by Hecht to approve the agenda as posted. Ayes all, motion carried.
The county engineer updated the board on activities of the county road crews and the status of current maintenance
and construction projects.
It was moved by Hecht and seconded by Stock to set a bid letting for pavement patching on County Roads M27,
M43, M64, N14, and D59 for Thursday, July 6, 2006, at the office of the County Engineer. Ayes all, motion carried. The bids
will be submitted to the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, July 11 for approval.
Clyde Bartel of the Iowa Dept. of Transportation presented a county drainage district agreement where the DOT agrees
to reimburse each drainage district impacted by the relocation of U.S. Highway 20, a flat fee of $750.00 to cover the cost to the
district for providing certain information to the DOT. A second agreement for establishing right of way in the drainage districts
was also presented for consideration. No action was taken pending review of the documents by the county drainage attorney.
It was moved by Stock and seconded by Hecht to cancel the regular board meeting on Tuesday, July 4, 2006, due to
the holiday closing. Ayes all, motion carried. It was noted that no claims would be approved in July until Tuesday, July 18.
It was moved by Hecht and seconded by Stock to enter into an agreement pursuant to Iowa Code Section 28E to share
a Victim Witness Coordinator effective July 1, 2006. Ayes all, motion carried.
The Board tabled any action on a resolution regarding a Security Information Policy until such time as the board could
discuss the policy with the county attorney.
At the prescribed hour, the board took up the canvas of the Primary Election held June 6, 2006, and offered the following
results for the Democratic ticket:
U.S. Representative District 5; Robert L. Chambers 95, Joyce Schulte 179*;
Governor: Mike Blouin 85, Chet Culver 128*, Ed Fallon 90, Sal Mohamed 4; Secretary of State: Michael A. Mauro 229*;
State Auditor No candidate; State Treasurer: Michael L. Fitzgerald 258*; Secretary of Agriculture: Denise OBrien 134*, Dusky Terry 130;
Attorney General: Tom Miller 270*; There were no candidates for State Representative Dist 051 or 052, Supervisor District II,
Supervisor District III, County Treasurer, County Recorder, County Attorney.
For the Republican ticket:
U.S. Representative Dist 5:
Steve King 338*; Governor: Jim Nussle 340*; Secretary of State: Chuck Allison 176*, Robert C. Dopf 131;
State Auditor: David A. Vaudt 307*; State Treasurer: No candidate; Secretary of Agriculture: Karey Claghorn 23, Mark Leonard 149,
Bill Northey 170*; Attorney General: No candidate; State Representative District 051: Rod Roberts 77*;
State Representative District 052: Mary Lou Freeman 264*; County Supervisor District II: Rick Hecht 124*;
County Supervisor District III: Dean Stock 93*; County Treasurer: Vicki Peyton 340*; County Recorder: Linda Lee Siebrecht 335*;
County Attorney: Earl E. Hardisty 323*.
With there being no further business, on motion, the meeting was adjourned.
Secretary S/ James W. Dowling,