Commission Meeting 14 May 2018
This meeting was attended by Representative Chris Sells. He stated to me he was on hand to see how things went with the proposed arena.
Call to order at 9 AM by Chairman Byrd. Invocation offered by Commissioner Riley followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.
Roll call showed all members present.
The agenda was approved after one amendment to include a “Good Name And Character” addition to the Executive Session. The minutes of two previous meetings were approved.
There were 2 new hires, one for the jail and one for the engineering department. A total of 4 separations. There was no overtime needing approval. Mr. Samuels, a county employee of 34 years retired. Ms. Leigh has passed 2 of the 3 courses required for payroll/personnel clerk. Approved by unanimous vote.
There were 5 claims over the $500.00 limit requiring approval.
There were 3 claims over the $3,000.00 limit requiring approval.
Motion to approve was accepted by unanimous vote.
Conecuh County Safe Room:
A problem with building insurance by Meadowbrook has arose. Attorney Bishop was tasked with getting with city attorney Hartley and work something out whereby the city will pay the insurance until all the payments and paperwork get completed. The county will reimburse the city for any funds expended. A motion to approve passed by unanimous vote.
A work session for safe room management will be held on 29 May directly behind the scheduled regular commission meeting.
Extension Service Quarterly Report Update:
Ms. Cindy Knowlton reported on several items the Extension office has been involved in including attempting to establish food bank locations for food drops. She had several more items to discuss. Suggest a visit to the local extension office and see Ms. Knowlton for a full update.