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He discussed the statistics for the last fiscal year and commented on the health of the Plan for this fiscal year. President Skidmore asked County Manager Jeremy Young if he has received employee feedback, which he has not. Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve and authorize the President to sign the Manila Ridge waterline documents as presented by Ms. Mayor Barrett appeared with before the Commission to present the activities scheduled for the Putnam County Homecoming on September , Mayor Barrett asked the Commission to consider providing inflatables and portable toilet rentals for the event.

Commissioner Foster made a motion to provide inflatables and portable toilet rentals for the Putnam County Homecoming. Young spoke briefly on the need for additional security cameras at Valley Park. President Skidmore agreed with everything Commissioner Andes said, but said his anticipation during the project was for sponsorship money to help pay for some of these items, but it never came to fruition. Commissioner Foster does not want the Commission to spend any additional money at the park.

Commissioner Skidmore made a motion to issue increment paychecks to all full-time General County Fund non-civil service employees for FY as presented by Mr. Commissioner Foster said he is for increment pay; however if he sees any additional alternate methods within any department to reallocate funds amongst employees from retirees or resignations, then he will no longer support the increment pay and just allocate the wages and let the wages be wages.

Commissioner Foster explained the Commission allocates funds for salaries and wages within departments and this creates the perception of favoring one department over another with disparity in wages. Commissioner Foster is very disappointed in what he has seen during his time as a Commissioner. Smith for professional services rendered July 16, to July 30, Mendenhall, Claude Rufus Nelon, Jr.

Gibson of the Estate of William Lyle Gibson, deceased. An Order to approve the appointment of Daniel S. An Order to reopen the Estate of Lewis D. Purdy, Executrix for the sole purpose of asbestosis litigation. Hughes stated some of the unclaimed properties could belong to estates probated in the county. President Skidmore seconded the motion. Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve the minutes of July 12, Madore et al, Mica T. Casto Blomer, Michael W.

Lanier et al, Michael L. Campbell et al, Alvin E. Jeffries, Sarah Hamrick, Suzann W. Robinson, Theresa Smith, Jimmy G. Thompson, three for Lonzel A. Martin turned in the evidentiary materials and request for release of funds, which takes thirty days and they have all easements required.

Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve the budget amendment 1 as presented by Mr. Commissioner Foster made a motion to authorize Mr. Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve and authorize the President to sign State Budget Revision 1 as presented by Mr. Young presented the increment order for all full-time General County Fund non-civil service employees for FY Commissioner Foster would like to table the decision until Commissioner Andes could be present at the August 14, Commission meeting and President Skidmore agreed.

Lyvers for professional services rendered July 2, to July 13, Hatcher, Russell Douglas Hauldren, Sr. Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve and sign the edit registers and checks as presented by Mr. Scott Tyree et ux, Bradley J. Commissioner Foster requested Mr. Hanna to provide statistical information to determine if the program is helping to decrease violence.

Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve the contract with L. Commissioner Foster asked Mrs. Sargent said they have not used him thus far; however she does know one upcoming incident they will need to use Mr. McCoy due to conflict of interest. An Order to reopen the Estate of Robert S.

Blackshire and appoint Mary A. Blackshire as Administratrix for the sole purpose of class action litigation. Darby as Executor for the sole purpose of distributing proceeds from water settlement. An Order to reopen the Estate of Clyde S. Cyrus and appoint Scott Allen Cyrus as Executor for the sole purpose of distributing proceeds from asbestosis litigation. Cyrus as Executor for the sole purpose of distributing proceeds from asbestosis litigation. Fisher due to the death of Robert S.

Fisher former Administrator and releasing the bond of William E. Edit registers and checksCommissioner Foster made a motion to approve and sign the presented documents.


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Commissioner Andes made a motion to approve the minutes of June 12, Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve the Erroneous Assessments as presented:. Commissioner Foster made a motion to re-appoint J. Commissioner Foster made a motion to re-appoint Stephen A.

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Andes to serve on the Putnam County Development Authority Board, effective October 1, with a term to expire on September 30, President Andes seconded the motion. Rich Pullin reviewed the possible changes to residential fire service fees, which will be structured based on square footage and presented to the Fire Service Board. Commissioner Foster confirmed with Mr. Pullin that the potential changes are to change residential fees based on square footage, include additional buildings for residential properties and to determine if businesses are on residential properties, so they can be charged accordingly.

Commissioner Foster wants to confirm we are following the procedures in the state code. President Skidmore requested Mr. Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve and authorize the President to sign the Manila Ridge waterline environmental clearance release of funds documents as presented by Ms.


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Brent Maynard who resides at Beaumont Lane off Sunnybrook Drive appeared before the Commission to explain that he feels Middle Brook Subdivision has caused water issues for him and the Valley Park walking trail. After discussion, Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve optional coverages with exception of the general liability and the criminal defense reimbursement as presented by Mr.

Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve and authorize the President to sign the Supreme Court memorandum of understanding for Family Court facilities as presented by Mr. Commissioner Foster made a motion to designate all the banking institutions situate in the county and duly incorporated under the laws of this state, or organized under the laws of the United States, as depositories of public moneys. Commissioner Foster made a motion to make annual disbursements on a quarterly basis beginning in July to the following agencies: An Order to reopen the Estate of Patricia A.

Risk Sammons and appoint Michelle A. Fulks Executrix for the sole purpose of selling the real estate as stated in the last will and testament. Commissioner Andes made a motion to approve and sign the presented documents. Commissioner Andes made a motion to approve the minutes of May 22, Commissioner Andes made a motion to approve the minutes of May 14, Commissioner Andes made a motion to approve the Erroneous Assessments with the exception of Brian Breck et ux, which is denied.

Commissioner Andes made a motion to approve and sign the following orders, personnel payroll changes and certifications:. Commissioner Andes made a motion to re-appoint Clinton Beaver to serve on the Putnam County Library Board, effective July 1, with a term to expire on June 30, Commissioner Andes made a motion to appoint Marcie Kimberling to serve on the Dilapidated Building Enforcement Agency Board, effective June 12, with a term to expire on May 10, Commissioner Andes made a motion to re-appoint Mark Stolle, Jr. Haid explained she is the mother of an autistic child who runs, so it is dangerous with the playground being close to the road.

Several others parents and grandparents spoke in favor of the fencing. President Skidmore explained the road that runs past the playground is a service road and not meant for public use. Commissioner Andes said stop signs, yield signs and speed bumps might be added. Haid stated Sara Brown is willing to help with grant writing if one is available. Project Coordinator Tim Hanna appeared before the Commission to report there were no bids for the exterior stairwell retaining wall project, so he will advertise for the project again.

Commissioner Andes made a motion to approve the delinquent tax list as presented. Commissioner Andes made a motion to approve and authorize the President to sign the Manila Ridge proposal documents as presented by Mr. Jeremy Young reviewed the optional insurance coverages, which Mr. After a brief discussion, Commissioner Andes made a motion to table the decision until June 28, to allow Commissioner Foster to be present.

Jeremy Young discussed the need for additional cameras throughout Valley Park. Commissioner Andes feels we do need additional security and the Hurricane Police Department recommends facial recognition cameras, which would alert local law enforcement of potential predators. The Commissioners requested Jarrod Dean contact a security company for an assessment. Commissioner Andes made a motion to approve a budget revision for the County Clerk Fund for capital outlay equipment as presented by Mr.

Commissioner Andes made a motion to approve a budget revision for the Circuit Clerk Fund for supplies and materials as presented by Mr. Commissioner Andes made a motion to approve a budget revision for the Animal Shelter Fund for maintenance building and grounds, training and education, and vehicle supplies as presented by Mr. Commissioner Andes made a motion to approve the orders as presented. An Order to approve the reappointment of Teresa A. An Order to approve the reappointment of Emily C.

Commissioner Andes made a motion to approve the documents as presented and authorize the President to sign. Commissioner Andes made a motion to approve publication and studies necessary for an additional early voting site. Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve the minutes of May 15, Smith for professional services rendered May 1, to May 15, Commissioner Foster made a motion to amend the prior appointment order of Andre Wilkinson to serve as the Commission Representative, rather than a board member, on the Putnam County Solid Waste Authority Board with a term to be effective on May 22, Andrew Skidmore and Commissioner Ronald R.

Foster were present when the Board of Canvassers convened on Monday, May 14, at 9: All preliminaries were taken care of and the canvassing of ballots began. There were 48 provisional ballots, 28 were counted and 20 were not counted.

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Commissioner Foster moved to count two voters registered in Putnam County, but another county pulled them to their county in error. Commissioner Foster moved to count two military voters who voted online in previous elections, but neglected to request a provisional ballot until the day before the election. Commissioner Foster moved to not count sixteen voters that were not registered to vote in Putnam County. Commissioner Foster moved to count five poll workers who voted outside their precinct.

Commissioner Foster moved to count eight voters that have moved and voted in their new precinct. Commissioner Foster moved to not count a first time voter that did not have their identification. Commissioner Foster moved to not count three voters that were registered democrat and voted republican. Commissioner Foster moved to count, with the exception of non-corresponding districts, a voter who is registered in Scott Teays precinct, but voted in Winfield precinct. Commissioner Foster moved to count an absentee voter who resides in a healthcare facility.

Commissioner Foster moved to count a blind absentee voter who had their power of attorney sign their ballot. Commissioner Foster moved to not count an absentee voter that was not registered to vote in Putnam County. Commissioner Foster moved to count a voter who requested an absentee ballot a day early because they were in the hospital. Commissioner Foster moved to count an absentee voter requested by their caregiver. Commissioner Foster moved to not count a voter that was registered republican and voted democrat.

Commissioner Foster moved to count a voter that was registered democrat and voted non-partisan. Precinct 2 and Precinct 11 were selected to hand count. Two counting teams were set up. The hand count was completed. All provisional ballots marked vote by the Commission were run through the electronic tabulator. Commissioner Andes moved to declare the Primary Election On Tuesday, May 22, at 9: Andes and Ronald R.

Foster were present when the 9: Commissioner Foster made a motion to appoint Commissioner Andes as acting President. Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve the minutes of April 26, Dorsch et ux, William R. Hall, Maria Lemaster, Cyrus A. Commissioner Foster requested County Manager Jeremy Young review the bids to allow a decision to be made later in the meeting.

Advantage Valley has identified some gaps in the resources and they work to find resources along with funding to fill those gaps. They have identified the top fifteen development sites to get shovel ready in the region with five being located in Putnam County. Ellis requested the Commissioners consider donating funds. The Commissioners were not ready to make a commitment with the absence of President Skidmore. The Commissioners suggested Ms. Ellis meet with all parties in the region to create a plan and attend a future meeting to present the information. Transportation Committee to honor James H.

State Auditor John McCuskey appeared before the Commission to discuss and provide a presentation on the transparency website, which can be accessed at wvcheckbook. The website creates transparency to government spending and keeps our community better informed. The Commissioners requested County Attorney Larry Frye schedule Josh Barker for a future Commission meeting to review details of setting up the transparency website.


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    Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve a budget revision for the Circuit Clerk Fund for travel as presented by Mr. Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve a budget revision for the Putnam County Sheriff Department Fund for travel and overtime as presented by Mr. Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve a budget revision for the Putnam County Sheriff Department Fund for overtime as presented by Mr. Smith for professional services rendered April 16, to April 30, Commissioner Andes made a motion to approve the documents as presented and authorize the acting President to sign.

    Project Coordinator Tim Hanna announced the Putnam County Recreation Enhancement Fund is available and he will forward to the eligible municipalities. Hanna compile a list of all the projects completed with the funds. Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve the minutes of April 17, An Order to make a payroll change for James R.

    Tammy Phelps appeared before the Commission to request assistance in getting a low water crossing on Bridge Creek Road because emergency services cannot cross the current bridge. Commissioner Foster asked if they have contacted the news, which they have with no response. The Commissioners provided Karla Dixon with local news contacts. James Kelly and Chuck Young spoke regarding nobody taking responsibility for the repairs. Hayes needed to verify if they are paying the real estate as well as personal property.

    Hayes confirmed RDE, Inc. Nippon Thermostat and Diamond Electric are not paying any taxes on the land. Commissioner Foster stated he does not understand why the Commission exonerated the accrued taxes for WV Steel. The motion died for lack of a second. Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve a budget revision for the Prosecutor Department for dues and subscriptions and supplies and materials as presented by Mr. Lyvers for professional services rendered April 9, to April 20, Inez Joy Bird aka Inez G. An Order to reopen the Estate of Elmer A. Cyrus and appoint Carol Ann Hayes, Executrix, for the sole purpose of amending the appraisement and closing estate of Agnes Cyrus, deceased wife.

    Commissioner Foster made a motion to appoint Jeffrey Blair to Putnam County Development Authority, effective April 26, with a term to expire on September 30, Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve the minutes of April 10, Clark et ux, Michael D. Sheriff Steve Deweese stated the three officers having the most DUI arrests were unable to be present, so they will be recognized at an upcoming Commission meeting. Young presented the Levy approval letter from the Office of the State Auditor. Elswick explained in , Tasty Blend Foods, Inc.

    In or , they discovered through their audit that they did not receive tax tickets and realized the PILOT agreement was never finalized. Elswick would like to move their baking plant in South Carolina to Putnam County where they would employ twenty-five additional employees. Sorsaia stated the Sheriff Tax office mailed their tax tickets to an incorrect post office box in Winfield consequently WV Steel did not pay taxes for two years, so their property was sold in a tax sale. The Sheriff Tax office mailed the required certified notice of the tax sale to the incorrect post office box that was returned, but there was no attempt to locate their correct address.

    WV Steel eventually realized they needed to redeem their property and met with Mr. Karr stating they planned to expand their business. The Commission agreed to another two-year PILOT agreement to assist them with recovering costs relating to regaining ownership of their property, but no taxes were exonerated. At that time, they came to the Commission to resolve the issue. County Attorney Larry Frye said he believes the problem started when the property was deeded to WV Steel and they did not receive their tax tickets. Stump suggests in the future exempting real property or personal property in its entirety and leaving the other one alone.

    Frye what the Tasty Blend Food, Inc. Frye stated the agreement says RDE agrees it will make payments in lieu of property taxes to the Sheriff with such other parties responsible for the collection of payments due to the Sheriff with land and facilities including the buildings improvements and equipment in amounts to be hereafter provided. Elswick if he was getting a bill for Tasty Blend Food, Inc. Commissioner Foster feels going forward we should assign one person who is responsible for all PILOT agreements to ensure they receive a bill or a notice of what we expect them to pay and should be done on a yearly basis to avoid future issues.

    Commissioner Foster stated Mrs. Commissioner Foster was not comfortable making a decision with partial information and wants to be fair with everyone. Commissioner Foster made a motion to table the decision until April 26, In , a project plan was approved to facilitate infrastructure improvements around the development including water, sewer and street improvements.

    The bonds were placed with the developer, so the developer took all the risk, however they been paying interest only with fifteen years left. Stump feels there may be an opportunity to refinance the bonds at a lower interest rate and possibly allow us to free up money from that development to larger TIF District.

    A placement agent is needed to review the numbers and Mr. Stump recommends signing a G letter with Piper Jaffrey with no liability to the county. Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve and authorize the President to sign the G letter with Piper Jaffrey. Smith for professional services rendered April 2, to April 12, Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve the minutes of March 27, An Order to add to payroll Walter E. Frank Chapman appeared before the Commission to provide updates on the pipeline and I64 projects.

    Trans Canada Pipeline will provide Mr. Chapman with a blasting schedule and have approximately two thousand workers per day. The I64 project began today and will run through November with one lane open in each direction. All three phases of the I64 projects presents concerns of potential traffic delays for emergency services with construction running through Chapman stated there is an urgent need for a new bridge on Bridges Creek Road since emergency services cannot cross the creek to reach nineteen residents.

    Chapman was unclear on the details. The Transportation Committee will discuss this at their meeting on May 21, at which time Commissioner Foster stated a representative from the EPA should be present if they rejected the plans. Parker is expecting more quotes by April 6, Jarrod Bostic with Alpha Technologies also recommended 50 Mbps. Commissioner Foster voted nay. Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve a budget revision for the Circuit Clerk Fund for dues and subscriptions as presented by Mr.

    Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve a budget revision for the Planning Fund for overtime as presented by Mr. Smith for professional services rendered March 19, to March 29, An Order to reopen the Estate of Claude D. Davis and appoint Judy Ann Davis as Executrix for the sole purpose of asbestosis litigation.

    Mayor Barrett appeared before the Commission to request the Commission pay for publication and canvassing fees for the Winfield Annexation. Commissioner Foster made a motion to deny the request to pay for the publication and canvassing fees for the Winfield Annexation as presented by Mayor Barrett. President Skidmore made a motion to approve payment for publication and canvassing fees for the Winfield Annexation. Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve the minutes of March 13, Buffalo FFA appeared before the Commission to debate Senate Bill relating to transferring rules and regulations for farmers markets, cottage foods, acidified foods, nonpotentially hazardous foods, and exempted foods from Department of Health and Human Resources to Department of Agriculture and Senate Bill relating to transferring milk rules and regulations from Department of Health and Human Resources to Department of Agriculture.

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    FFA teacher Danielle Grant stated they are required to present their debate five times, but they plan to present it at least ten times. Martin appeared before the Commission with an update on the Manila Ridge Waterline Extension including the review of easements and right of ways and the start date will most likely be in August or September. Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve the amendment to the Personnel Policy and Procedures Manual to include e-cigarettes under the Clean Air Policy as presented by Mr.

    Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve the amendment to the county Smoking Restrictions in the Workplace Policy as presented by Mr. Commissioner Foster asked to table the motion until Commissioner Andes could be present. President Skidmore rescinded his motion and tabled it until the April 10, Commission meeting.

    Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve and authorize the President to sign the Deed to convey the parking lot at the Henson Center to the City of Hurricane with the condition that the property remain as a senior citizen center parking lot and shall revert back to the County with first right of refusal if the City would seek to dispose of said property.

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    Commissioner Foster made a motion to adopt the budget for fiscal year as presented by County Manager Jeremy Young. Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve advertisement of the Budget in the Hurricane Breeze and Charleston Newspapers as presented by Mr. Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve a budget revision for the Planning Department for contracted services, EMS Department for medical supplies, and Animal Shelter Department for travel as presented by Mr.

    Smith for professional services rendered March 1, to March 15, Clyde Lee Arline, Jr. An Order to reopen the Estate of Billy R. McClure as Executor for the sole purpose of asbestosis litigation. Harris due to the death of Della Mae Mattox former Executrix. Sheppard, Executor of the Estate of Richard Bruce Zegeer and to approve the partial distribution contained therein. An Order that lists the election officials received from the Democratic and Republican Executive Committees be named Election Officials for the purpose of conducting the Primary Election to be held on May 8, Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve and sign the presented documents.

    Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve the minutes of February 22, Five for Denver R. Commissioner Foster made a motion to authorize the President to sign an Application for the Community Corrections Grant Application as presented by Mr. County Clerk Brian Wood appeared before the Commission to present his budget with minimal changes. Commissioner Foster inquired about the part-time employee, Mr. Wood explained a full-time employee passed away; therefore, he replaced them with a part-time employee and divided the remaining money to his employees as an incentive.

    Prosecuting Attorney Mark Sorsaia appeared before the Commission to present his budget with minimal changes furthermore said his budget flat lined for the last several years. Sorsaia reflected on the erratic violent episodes, which have occurred in the last year and a half with law enforcement discharging firearms four times. Commissioner Andes inquired if the incidents were drug related and Mr. Sorsaia confirmed they were. Circuit Clerk Ronnie Matthews appeared before the Commission explaining his budget is similar to the last few years, but requested an increase to travel and training.

    Matthews reported an increase in pro se divorces, which creates additional work for staff. Matthews also has one employee working daily in family court and may need an additional part-time employee in the future. President Skidmore asked how the office is running with the recent staffing changes, which Mr. Young is retiring and the training need continues with newer employees. Commissioner Andes asked if they could charge for assisting the public with pro se divorce paperwork, which Mr.

    Matthews confirmed they could not. Sheriff Steve Deweese appeared before the Commission to present his budget reporting increases to professional services, contracted services, ammunition, postage, printing, and vehicle repairs. Sheriff Deweese requested an additional deputy sheriff then Commissioner Andes inquired about the federal grant for deputy pay, which Sheriff Deweese stated Putnam County does not qualify for it.

    Commissioner Foster inquired about line item 59, which County Manager Jeremy Young said there was an error that was corrected. Sheriff Deweese stated he will need to replace seven vehicles this year and requested the continuance of their part-time employee. Commissioner Foster asked how many hours for the part-time employee, which Sheriff Deweese said he requested twenty hours.

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    Commissioner Andes asked if there would be a benefit to ask legislature if we can email instead of mailing, which Sheriff Deweese agreed it would. Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve the amended smoking policy ordinance to include e-cigarettes as presented by Mr. After discussion, the Commissioners requested County Attorney Larry Frye prepare a policy to prohibit all tobacco products in courthouse facilities.

    Assessor Sherry Hayes appeared before the Commission to present her budget with increases in several line items and requested a raise for her employees. Hayes is moving two employees from to and two from to Commission Andes seconded the motion. County Manager Jeremy Young presented 2 bids for the demolition of existing restroom and construction of a new restroom at Valley Park Soccer Field as follows: Commissioner Foster made a motion to award the demolition of existing restroom and construction of a new restroom at Valley Park Soccer Field to Wolf Creek Contracting for an upcoming change order as presented by Mr.

    Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve and authorize the President to sign documents authorizing ACH payments as presented by Mr. Trustee beginning March 25, through May 25, Smith for professional services rendered February 19, to February 28, An Order to reopen the Estate of Denver L. Adkins and appoint Jerry W. Bell as Executor due to a medical issue of Rhoda Adkins, former Executrix, for the sole purpose of asbestosis litigation. Yvonne and Jim Litton whose home is located across from the Commons Building appeared before the Commission to report flooding on their property, which they believe, is related to the construction at Valley Park.

    County Manager Jeremy Young said there is a meeting tomorrow at 9: The Commissioners assured them the issue would be corrected as soon as they determine the cause. Martin appeared before the Commission stating this is the sixth year we have applied for the grant and has shared the timeline for the project. Commissioner Andes thought we were ready to go.

    Martin said the design is complete, however there is a process including verifying easements, bidding etc. Commissioner Andes requested an update every two weeks. President Skidmore wanted to go on record to thank Senator Jeffries for his efforts that aided in obtaining this grant. Several citizens reported they already signed easement agreements when Terradon came through seven or eight years ago. Martin said they are going to verify what they have along with getting the agreements they need.

    Mayor Fred Halstead who is an inspector for Terradon stated he would be working with residents to ensure they receive all the agreements needed. A citizen asked about a tap for property without structure, which Mayor Halstead answered typically they do not give a tap for properties without a structure. A citizen asked what the tap fees are, which Mr. A citizen asked about the specifications for lines and regulators, which Mr. Martin said they would be passed out at the time of the construction. A citizen who lives on the other end of Jim Ridge asked how likely she is to get water, which President Skidmore stated they have only done one project during his term in office.

    President Skidmore explained they are still paying for water projects with thirty-year terms, but will continue to apply for water projects through grants. A citizen asked about the possibility of getting grant funding for phase three, which President Skidmore responded he feels we are unlikely to receive a grant award next year, since we received one this year.

    A citizen asked if they would do any side roads, which Commissioner Andes said that will be for the engineers to decide. Martin believed they would. A citizen asked when construction would begin, which President Skidmore responded October 1, Commissioner Foster said this was laid out before he got here, but he is inclined to serve as many people as possible for the least amount of money.

    Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve the minutes of February 13, Regional Intergovernmental Council Executive Director Colt Sandora stated at their last executive committee meeting they reviewed their financials and they are bringing in slightly more than they need. Sandora said if they receive more grant money, they could not accept it because they do not have match funds. Sandora believes there have been some misrepresentations shared by the other commission.

    President Skidmore is on the executive committee and an increase in rates was approved; however, the vote was not unanimous, but goes to the full RIC board on March 8, Commissioner Foster asked how the rates are determined, which Mr. Sandora explained it is by property evaluation. Commissioner Andes explained when our taxes come in low the county reduces spending. Commission Andes stated RIC has given out a lot of money in raises and travel expenses went through the roof.

    Commissioner Foster asked for a written response to the allegations, which Mr. Sandora agreed to do. Putnam County Day Report Director Jamey Hunt appeared before the commission to report he requested a two and half percent raise increase for staff, which would come from a grant request, otherwise he has few changes to his budget. President Skidmore verified Mr. Hunt has around one hundred and ten offenders. Hunt if they are required to engage in contractual services for certain items, which Mr.

    Hunt explained it is more expensive to hire someone for those services. Commissioner Foster inquired if anyone has contacted Day Report regarding picking up trash that flies off garbage trucks, which Mr. Commission Foster asked if we could legally do anything about this, which County Attorney Larry Frye will look into the matter. Putnam County Library Director Megan Tarbett appeared before the commission requesting the same amount even though their programs are increasing.

    Tarbett asked for staff raises and has plans to add two full time employees. President Skidmore asked what Ms. Tarbett thought she could expect from the state, which she has heard it will not change. Commissioner Andes asked if Ms. Tarbett expects the money from the school board to increase, which she stated she hopes so. Kirk requested the same as last year, and overall their budget is lower.

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    Kirk reported their audit is close to completion. Kirk announced they are conducting a community health assessment. Putnam County Development Authority Executive Director Drew Dunlap appeared before the commission with his goal to move towards self-sufficiency in terms of funding. Dunlap obtained a grant for a three-year position for business retention and expansion program, which allowed them to hire Will Miller. Dunlap reported their state funding is shrinking by fifty percent and they are requesting a 2. Commissioner Foster stated he presented a survey to PCDA board regarding Commission contribution amounts in other counties where Putnam County Commission was either the top or one of the top contributors.

    Commissioner Foster asked if they are looking for alternative sources and have they checked with other development authorities for alternate measures to obtain revenue. Dunlap said they are looking into other ways including leases. Dean has set many goals including marketing, rebranding parks, and obtaining revenue through sports events and the community center. Dean announced the WV Recreation and Parks Association Annual Conference is scheduled at the community center and a world champion designed their eighteen whole disc golf course.

    Dean refinanced loans and has plans to use revenue to help pay off their debts and plans to apply for additional grants. Dean is working with Judge Reeder on the Second Chance Program with two employees from the program on their maintenance crew. Dean requested an increase from the Commission.

    President Skidmore asked about projected rentals, which Mr. Dean said should increase. Dean verified they are. Commissioner Foster made a motion to authorize Alan Pritt to file the opiod panel complaint. Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve and authorize the president to sign Capital Business Interiors for the ballroom furniture for Valley Park Community Center Project at presented by Mr.

    Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve and authorize the president to sign Capital Business Interiors for the pre-function space for Valley Park Community Center Project at presented by Mr. Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve a budget revision for the Animal Shelter Department for training and education as presented by Mr. Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve a budget revision for the Building and Grounds Department for capital outlay equipment as presented by Mr.

    Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve a budget revision for the Judicial Building Department for capital outlay equipment as presented by Mr. Smith for professional services rendered February 1, to February 15, An Order to reappoint William J. Kelley due to the death of Wilma Jean Kelley, former Executrix. An Order to reopen the Estate of Wayne W. Garrison and appoint Rosemary G.

    Garrison as Executrix for the sole purpose of West Virginia Water litigation. President Skidmore confirmed with Mr. Frye that the recommended professions for Putnam County Planning Commission board members is state code. Commission Foster feels we have a balanced group for state code requirements. Commissioner Foster made a motion to re-appoint James Dodrill to Putnam County Planning Commission, effective February 7, with a term to expire on February 6, Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve the minutes of January 25, An Order to add to payroll Devin S.

    Commissioner Andes made a motion to re-appoint Ronald Foster to serve on the Putnam County Planning Commission, effective February 7, with a term to expire on February 6, Commissioner Foster made a motion to re-appoint Veronica Parkins to serve on the Putnam County Library Board, effective July 1, with a term to expire on June 30, Commissioner Foster made a motion to re-appoint Judie Sydenstricker to serve on the Putnam County Library Board, effective July 1, with a term to expire on June 30, Commissioner Foster made a motion to re-appoint Jim Dillon to serve on the Putnam County Board of Health, effective July 1, with a term to expire on June 30, Commissioner Foster made a motion to reduce the number of board members on Putnam County Planning Commission from fifteen to eleven through attrition as terms expire.

    Commissioner Foster tabled his motion to allow County Attorney Larry Frye the opportunity to research if a quorum is based on active members or total potential members. Doug Tate appeared before the Commission to present an update on how likely Putnam County is for being hacked. Tate explained the information is backed up to a server along with having several firewalls, so the county is protected. Tate explained if the county were hacked then our system could be down as little as a few days and up to a week and a half depending on the situation.

    Tate explained IT is changing their services so equipment replacement will be built into monthly and annual costs. County Manager Jeremy Young is going determine if we have cyber security insurance and if so ensure we are meeting our requirements. County Attorney Larry Frye verified a quorum is based on the number of members serving on a board. Commissioner Foster made a motion to reduce the number of Putnam County Planning Commission board members to eleven.

    Commissioner Foster made a motion to accept the bid from Capitol Business Interiors pending review by Commission staff. Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve a budget revision for the Circuit Clerk Department for unexpected tax charges as presented by Mr. Smith for professional services rendered January 16, to January 31, Mowrer, Claxton Frazier Smith, Jr.

    Childers as Executrix for the sole purpose of handling a creditor. Fortner as Executrix for the sole purpose of transferring stock. Maxson as Administrator DBN for the sole purpose of amending the appraisement to add assets. Maxson as Executor for the sole purpose of amending the appraisement to add assets. David Powell appeared before the Commission to thank them for allowing him to serve on the Putnam County Planning Commission Board, and would have liked to continue serving on the board.

    Powell asked why he was not considered for re-appointment given nearly twenty years serving along with his experience in planning and zoning. Commissioner Foster said his philosophy in general is to restrict the number of years someone sits on a board with some certain exceptions, which gives more people the opportunity to serve on a board. Commissioner Foster also said our previous County Attorney had addressed recusals and Mr.

    Powell had two abstentions, with one being after our current County Attorney researched and provided a letter regarding recusals due to a conflict of interest. Commissioner Andes said for the same reason being number of years served and because Mr. Powell had abstained from voting on two occasions.

    President Skidmore said the by-laws require a farmer to sit on the board, which is why we appointed David Meadows. Powell asked if that meant since there was no farmer or someone representing agriculture on the Planning Commission for approximate three months that any actions set forth or recommendations during that time could be challenged. County Attorney Larry Frye said the by-laws recommend having people with different occupations, but is not mandatory.

    Letters to the Democratic and Republican Executive Committees requesting the list of poll workers for the purpose of conducting the Primary Election to be held on May 8, Commissioner Andes made a motion to approve the minutes of January 9, Hoffman, four for Ram Technologies, Caleb J. An Order to appoint Stephen A. President Skidmore made a motion to appoint Stephen A. Jim Withrow appeared before the Commission to present the conservation programs offered by Western Conservation District including curbing erosion, conserving and improving soil health, conserving water resources, protecting waterways from erosion and degradation, managing manure, managing grazing lands, establishing wildlife habitat, managing forestlands, and improving air quality and conserving energy followed by a short video.

    Commissioners will make a decision at the February 13, Commission meeting. Commissioner Andes made a motion to approve a budget revision for the Circuit Clerk Department for training and education as presented by Mr. Commissioner Andes made a motion to approve a budget revision for the Elections — County Clerk Department for building and equipment rental as presented by Mr.

    Smith for professional services rendered January 1, to January 11, Hodges, Administratrix of the Estate of Larry Garrett. An Order to approve the reopening of the Estate of Juanita Burford for the sole purpose of amending the appraisement to add real estate and appointing Kevin Sloan as Executor due to the death of former Executor, Ronsford Burford. Billy Gillispie of Gillispie Towing appeared before the Commission to ask to be included on towing for Commissioners explained our policy is prepared every three years.

    Commission Secretary will determine what year it will be prepared and contact Mr. Gillispie with the information. Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve the minutes of December 28, Commissioner Foster made a motion to approve the Divide Orders and Erroneous Assessments as presented:. Coleman et al, Willie D. Aldridge et ux, John W. Harrison et ux, Ronial R. Erroneous Assessments for Eric S. An Order to appoint Bryan B. Escue to serve on the Putnam County Parks and Recreation Commission, effective January 9, with a term to expire on August 31, Commissioner Foster made a motion to appoint Bryan B.

    Frye presented a Petition filed by, Ronnie Roach, who appeared in person. As this indicates, he is easily bored, but enjoys working in the real world after decades of diplomatic service. He presently lives at Zionsville, Indiana, with his wife, Katya Beshparova, plus three dogs and four cats. Are you an author? Help us improve our Author Pages by updating your bibliography and submitting a new or current image and biography. Learn more at Author Central.

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