May 24, 2011|
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 as submitted.
It was moved by Stock and seconded by Hecht to approve the agenda as posted. Ayes all, motion carried.
Leo Lease, a landowner in Drainage District 2 and 51, was present to ask questions about the proposed repairs to that district and
suggested a different approach to erosion control. No action was taken.
Devin Mogler, VP of Agronomy Operations with Farmers Cooperative Company, requested permission to construct two 30,000
gallon anhydrous ammonia tanks at the Greenfield Site development on Highway 71 South of Early. This will be in addition to the
proposed grain storage and seed warehouse at the same location. Mr. Mogler indicated that he had gotten approval from the
County Zoning officer for this project.
It was moved by Hecht and seconded by Stock to approve the request to build the anhydrous ammonia storage tanks at the site. Ayes all, motion carried.
At 10:35, the Chairman opened the public hearing on the proposed budget amendment for the 2010-11 Sac County budget. The county auditor explained the changes in the revenues and expenditures for the current year. The major changes included the purchase of an additional sheriff’s vehicle, a new ambulance, increased mental health costs, additional costs for the 2010 general election, increased fuel costs and two conservation projects. There was no one from the general public to support or oppose the proposed amendments.
It was moved by Hecht and seconded by Stock to close the public hearing.
Ayes all, motion carried.
It was moved by Stock and seconded by Hecht to approve the amendment to the2010-11 Sac County budget. Ayes all, motion carried.
It was moved by Stock and seconded by Hecht to acknowledge and approve the annexation resolution submitted by the City of Early
for a parcel of land adjacent to Lutheran First Addition and Lutheran Second Addition to the Town of Early and Lot one of Lutheran First Addition
and part of Lot One Lutheran Second Addition to the Town of Early. Ayes all, motion carried.
Mike Gooding with Hedberg and Son Roofing Company presented samples of his product prior to the bid letting for reshingling the
senior center and the ambulance shed.
The Board opened and reviewed the following bids for replacing the shingles on the Sac City Senior Center and the South part of the
ambulance shed in Sac City:
Mentzer Landscape and Construction bid a 35 year laminate shingle at $5648.70 for the senior center and a
35 year laminate shingle for the south part of the ambulance shed at $5,285.04; Brent Wilhelm bid a 35 year Pinnacle shake style or a
30 year Owens shingle at $6,130.00 for the ambulance shed; Welco Industries bid a 35 year laminate shingle for the Senior Center at $9,210.00
and 35 year laminate shingle for the ambulance shed at $7,125.00; JR Roofing bid a 50 year laminate shingle for the senior center at $10,400.00
and a 50 Laminate shingle for the ambulance shed at $8,500.00, a Decra (steel) roofing for the senior center at $12,800.00 and
a Decra (steel) roofing for the ambulance shed at $12,800.00, and an Eco Star roofing system (recycled rubber) for the senior center at $31,500;
Hedberg and Son Roofing bid a 35 year laminate shingle for the senior center at $10,625.00 and a 35 year laminate shingle for the ambulance shed
at $10,500.00, a Metro (steel) roofing system for the senior center at $17,500.00 and a Metro (steel) roofing system for the entire ambulance shed
at $31,500.00 and an Eco Star roofing system (recycled rubber) for the senior center at $27,500.00. All bids included removal of the old shingles
and landfill costs. The Board will review the bids and consider a contract at the next meeting.
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 approve an amendment to the current DOT secondary road budget. Aye all, motion carried.
Ivan Droesler and Gregg Villegas from Kuehl and Payer discussed several issues concerning drainage district 2 and 51 and
drainage district 86. No action was taken.
With there being no further business, on motion, the meeting was adjourned.
Secretary S/ James W. Dowling,