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BE IT REMEMBERED, that the White County Commissioners held a regular meeting on Monday, August 21, 2017, in the White County Building, 2nd – floor Commissioners’ Conference Room, beginning at 8:00 a.m.

 

Commissioners present were: President John C. Heimlich, Vice President Steve Burton, and Commissioner David Diener. Also present was White County Auditor Gayle Rogers, White County Attorney George Loy, and the Commissioners’ Assistant Donya Tirpak.

 

Commissioner Heimlich called the meeting to order.

 

MINUTES

  • Commissioner Diener made a motion to approve the minutes of the regular meeting held on August 7, 2017, seconded by Commissioner Burton. Vote: Unanimous

PAYROLL

  • Commissioner Burton made a motion to approve payroll from August 14, 2017, seconded by Commissioner Diener. Vote: Unanimous

CLAIMS

  • Commissioner Diener made a motion to approve and pay the claims as presented, seconded by Commissioner Burton. Vote: Unanimous

 

TERRACE BAY ROAD

Mike Johnson, 306 Terrace Bay, said that on June 13, 2017, there was a big rain that came through and backed-up a natural ditch on the west side of his property and caused $160,000 in damages to his property. He provided a video showing how strong the water was coming down the road onto his property.

 

Larry Leman, 308 Terrace Bay, said that the ditch is a drainage ditch off of the farm ground to the west of their property that leads to a culvert that crosses in front of Mr. Johnson’s house. He said that the road floods a lot of the times because the catch basin can’t handle it, but it’s never been this bad.

 

White County Surveyor Brad Ward said that this is a private ditch and there’s a 36” pipe that goes under Terrace Bay Road.

 

White County Highway Superintendent Mike Kyburz said that the culvert is due for replacement and it wouldn’t be a problem to upsize it. He said that he didn’t know exactly what the date was, but he does know that Terrace Bay is on the list to be reconstructed within the next few years.

 

Commissioner Diener suggested that Surveyor Ward and Highway Superintendent Kyburz go out and take a look at the size of the culvert to see if it can be fixed.

 

AREA PLAN – INDIANA BEACH ROAD VACATION HEARING REQUEST

Area Plan Director Colin Betts reported that the documents that were requested from Indiana Beach had not been submitted yet and they would like to continue the hearing to the next meeting.

 

  • Commissioner Diener made a motion to continue the Indiana Beach Road Vacation hearing to Tuesday, September 5, 2017, seconded by Commissioner Burton. Vote: Unanimous

TAX SALE

Auditor Rogers reminded everyone that the Tax Sale would be held on August 30, 2017, at 1:00 p.m. There are 53 parcels with $266,989.20 in tax delinquency.

 

At this time, Council President Butch Kramer called the council members to order in joint session with the commissioners. Council members present:

President Butch Kramer Jim Annis Bruce Clear Jim Davis

Denny Carter Casey Crabb Art Anderson

 

HEALTH DEPARTMENT

White County Health Officer Dr. Sharvelle advised everyone to wear special glasses today for the Eclipse, because regular sunglasses will not protect your eyes.

 

E-911

Director Terri Brooks recognized Dispatcher Katie Stout for her quick actions and out-of-the-box thinking that saved Bob Burley’s life on July 13, 2017. Marla Gregory, Office Manager at the Sheriff’s Department, was also recognized because she was the neighbor that Dispatcher Stout had called to see if anyone was calling for help in the area. Marla Gregory was able to reach Mr. Burley and save his life from drowning. Director Brooks also recognized Maureen Scalise, a resident on the other side of the lake that called 911 when she heard someone calling for help. Mr. Bob Burley was present to discuss the details of the incident and thanked everyone involved, especially Katie Stout and Marla Gregory. Director Brooks honored everyone with flowers, and a special bouquet was given to Bob and his wife Kathryn for celebrating their 62nd Wedding Anniversary today.

 

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

President Randy Mitchell submitted the Business Summary for August 2017.

 

Mr. Mitchell pointed out that the goal of reaching 500 new jobs for White County is at a low of 161 so far for the year. Employers have their “Help Wanted” signs out, but no one wants to work.

 

Leads for the MACP continue to come in strong and currently they are working with a food manufacturer that is seeking a food grade building. A site visit was also given in the Shell Building, and they are waiting on a response back.

 

HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT

Highway Superintendent Mike Kyburz reported that they are currently working on chip-and-seal.

 

Norway Bridge is scheduled to close sometime after September 4, so they can get started on the reconstruction project. Mike is patiently awaiting the results of the Community Crossing program.

 

BUILDING DEPARTMENT

Director Colin Betts reported that in July there were 102 permit inspections and 30 new permits issued.

 

BUILDING FEE SCHEDULE INCREASE

Director Colin Betts proposed a new Fee Schedule for the permit fees in the Building Department.

 

The proposed fees and a comparison chart was submitted to show what surrounding counties are charging. A lot of categories were consolidated to make it more understandable to the public when applying for a building permit.

 

Permit Fees - Single & Two-Family Residential

White County (Current)

White County (Proposed)

New Dwelling (conventional stick built)

.12 per sq. ft. / $135 min

.14 per sq. ft. / $175 min

Modular Home

.12 per sq. ft. / $135 min

.10 per sq. ft. / $125 min

Manufactured Home

(same as above)

(same as above)

Additions (to principle structure)

.12 per sq. ft. / $75 min

.14 per sq. ft. / $75 min

Remodeling

.12 per sq. ft. / $30 min

.12 per sq. ft. / $60 min

Attached Garage

.08 per sq. ft. / $60 min

(see Addition)

Accessory Structures - Primary

x

.10 per sq. ft. / $35 min

Accessory Structures - Secondary

x

$35

Addition of roof over decks, porches, balconies

.05 sq. ft. / $30 min

(See Secondary Accessory)

Decks or balconies in excess of 30" above grade

.05 sq. ft. / $30 min

(See Secondary Accessory)

Decks below 30" above grade

.05 sq. ft. / $15 min

(See Secondary Accessory)

Alteration/Repair

$40

(See Upgrades)

Accessory Structures (non-perm) < 720 sq.ft.

.05 per sq. ft. / $30 min

(consolidated)

Accessory Structures (Perm. &/or includes electric or plumbing) >720 sq. ft.

.08 per sq. ft. / $60 min

(consolidated)

Above ground pools

$50.00

(See Secondary Accessory)

In-ground pools

$75.00

(See Secondary Accessory)

Spa or Whirlpool

$50.00

(See Secondary Accessory)

Ramps / Retaining wall 30" above finished grade

$30.00

(See Secondary Accessory)

Electrical Installation & Upgrades (includes generator installs)

$40

(See Upgrades)

Mechanical (HVAC) Installation

$40

(See Upgrades)

Plumbing Installation

$40

(See Upgrades)

Re-Inspection

$30.00

$30.00

Renewal of expired permits

50% of original fee

Requires new permit

Extension of unexpired permit

$30.00 per req. Insp.

50% of original fee

Failure to obtain permit

original fee + 50% max $300

original fee + 50% max $300

Permit after construction has started

X

original fee + 50% max $300

Upgrades

X

$35 single / $70 multiple

Failure to request required inspections

X

$50 per inspection

Failure to obtain Certificate of Occupancy (code violation)

X

$10 min / $300 max

Permit Fees - Multi-Family

White County (Current)

White County (Proposed)

New Apartments / Condominiums

.12 per sq ft / $100.00 per unit min.

.14 per sq ft / $400.00 min.

Remodel (NO increase in footprint or structure height)

.12 per sq ft / $100.00 min.

.12 per sq ft / $125.00 min.

Addition (Increase in footprint or structure height)

.12 per sq ft / $100.00 min.

.14per sq ft / $125.00 min.

Accessory Structures - Primary

.10 per sq. ft. / $35 min

Accessory Structures - Secondary

$35

Attached Garage

.08 per sq ft / $60.00 min.

(see Addition)

Addition of covered decks, porches, patios, balconies or gazebos

.05 per sq ft / $30.00 min.

(See Secondary Accessory)

Decks or balconies in excess of 30" above grade

.05 per sq ft / $30.00 min.

(See Secondary Accessory)

Patios, decks below 30" above grade

.05 per sq ft / $15.00 min.

(See Secondary Accessory)

Roof over existing decks, patios or balconies

.05 per sq ft / $30.00 min.

(See Secondary Accessory)

Alteration/Repair

$30

(See Upgrades)

Accessory Structures (non-perm) < 720 sq.ft.

.08 per sq ft / $60.00 min.

(consolidated)

Accessory Structures (Perm. &/or includes electric or plumbing) >720 sq. ft.

.05 per sq ft / $50.00 min.

(consolidated)

Ramps, steps, & sidewalks 30" above adjacent grade

30

(See Secondary Accessory)

Retaining wall 30" above finished grade

30

(See Secondary Accessory)

Alterations (Combination of 3 or more of items 1-4 would be considered a remodel)

 

(See Secondary Accessory)

1) Electrical Service (new installation, upgrade, temporary)

 

(See Upgrades)

Installation <400 amps

40

(See Upgrades)

Service>400 amps and 3 phase service

60

(See Upgrades)

2) Mechanical (HVAC) Installation only

60

(See Upgrades)

3) Plumbing Installation only (including fire sprinkler systems)

60

(See Upgrades)

4) Structural Installation only

50

(See Upgrades)

Swimming Pool

100

(See Secondary Accessory)

Spa

50

(See Secondary Accessory)

Whirlpool

50

(See Secondary Accessory)

Sewer Connection/alteration

40

(See Misc)

Upgrades

$35 single / $70 multiple

Miscellaneous

$35

Re-Inspection

30

(See Misc)

Renewal of expired permits

50% of original fee

50% of original fee

Extension of unexpired permit

$30.00 per req. Insp.

$30.00 per req. Insp.

Permit after construction has started

Original fee + 50% up to $300 max.

(no change)

Failure to request required inspections

x

$50 per inspection

Failure to obtain Certificate of Occupancy (code violation)

x

$10 min / $300 max

Permit Fees - Agriculture

White County (Current)

White County (Proposed)

Accessory Building

.01 per sq ft/$30 min.

(see below)

Accessory Structures - Ag use

$35

Accessory Structures - Other

(see Accessory structures for Residential)

CAFO

.03 per sq ft/$30 min.

(no change)

Grain Bins

$30

$75.00/FIRST BIN; + $25/ADDITIONAL IF CONSTRUCTED AT THE SAME TIME

Commercial Grain Bin

$150

(see Accessory Structures - Ag

Ramps, grain elevator hopper, etc.

$30

(see Accessory Structures - Ag

Retaining wall 30" above finished grade

$30

(see Accessory Structures - Ag

Permit Fees - Commercial

White County (Current)

White County (Proposed)

NEW CONSTRUCTION or ADDITIONS: (Excluding Hotels, Motels, Bed & Breakfast, NPO/NGO, and Legislative bodies & their departments)

 

.10 per sq ft / $200 min.

25-750 sq. ft.

$75

(consolidated -see above)

751-2,777 sq. ft.

.10 per sq ft / $200 min.

(consolidated -see above)

2,778-11,250 sq. ft.

.09 per sq ft / $900 max.

(consolidated -see above)

11,251-61,540 sq. ft.

.08 per sq ft / $4,000 max.

(consolidated -see above)

61,541-100,000 sq. ft.

.065 per sq ft / $6,500 max.

(consolidated -see above)

100,001-150,000 sq. ft.

$6,500 + .01 per sq ft

(consolidated -see above)

150,001 or more.

$7,000 max.

(consolidated -see above)

Remodel-Same Scale only with $100 min.

.08 per sq ft / $125 min.

Non-Profit & School Corps (tax exempt)

.10 per sq ft / $200 min. $1,000 Max

.06 per sq ft / $100 min.

Hotel/Motel

$30/unit + .10 sq ft

(consolidated -see above)

Shell only

1/2 above scale* / $200 min

(no change)

Tenant Buildout

1/2 above scale* / $200 min

(no change)

*Scale may be adjusted at building inspector's discretion, depending on the extent of "shell" work completed or tenant work necessary.

Alteration: (Combination of 3 or more of items 1-4 below is considered a remodel)

$30

(see Upgrades)

1) Electrical Service (new installation, upgrade, temporary)

 

(see Upgrades)

Installation <400 amps

$40

(see Upgrades)

Service>400 amps and 3 phase service

$60

(see Upgrades)

2) Mechanical (HVAC) Installation only

$40

(see Upgrades)

3) Plumbing Installation only (including fire sprinkler systems)

$40

(see Upgrades)

4) Structural Installation only

$30

(see Upgrades)

Accessory Structure

$100 + .10 per sq ft

(see Primary or Secondary Accessory Structures categories)

Accessory Structures - Primary

.10 per sq ft / $70 min.

Accessory Structures - Secondary

$35

Sprinkler system installation

100

(see Specialized Structures )

Commercial Range Hood Installation

 

 

Class one hood (grease laden vapors)

$100 per unit

(see Upgrades)

Class two hood (steam)

$60 per unit

(see Upgrades)

Swimming Pool/Spa/Whirlpool

$150

(see Secondary Accessory )

Storage Tanks:

$150 per tank battery

(see Specialized Structures )

Liquid storage of flammable / combustible material in excess of 500 gallons, compressed gas storage in fixed containers exceeding: 200 cubic ft: Flammable gas, 500 cubic ft: Oxidizing gas (incl. Oxygen), & 6,000 cubic ft: Inert gas

 

 

Specialized Structures

$125 per structure

Towers - Attached to Class 1 Structures

$150 per unit

(see Specialized Structures )

Upgrades

$35 single / $70 multiple

Re-Inspection

$30

$30

Renewal of expired permits

50% of original fee

Requires new permit

Extension of unexpired permit

$30.00 per required inspection

50% of original fee

Permit after construction has started

Original fee + 50% up to $300 max.

Failure to request required inspections

X

$50 per inspection

Failure to obtain Certificate of Occupancy (code violation)

X

$10 min / $300 max

  • Commissioner Diener made a motion to accept the proposed Fee Schedule for the Building Department as presented, seconded by Commissioner Burton. Vote: Unanimous

RECYCLE

Director Dawn Girard presented a year-to-date report for the Recycling Department.

 

Director Girard reported that from the $22,000 grant funds that she received in 2017, she would like to spend the balance $10,714.70, on purchasing another new pulling truck. She plans on using the 2018 grant funds and the $10k to purchase the truck.

 

Receipts of Collection are up $27,864.52 from 2016 because stock market prices are up and they are collecting more material, as well.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL

Officer Jim Reynolds presented the Environmental Report for August 2017. He said that White County has tested positive for West Nile.

 

  • Received 104 calls/complaints on various issues.
  • Reviewing weekly pool samples and making inspections.
  • Issued 2 septic permits.

 

  • Made 8 landfill inspections.
  • Collected lake samples.
  • Attended training on homemade explosives.

 

METRONET

Mike Crabb, Business Enterprise Sales, presented the Scope of Work proposal for a new voice/data telephone system and 1 GB of Internet service for the Courthouse, Annex, and Jail.

 

White County Attorney Loy said that he did review the proposal and he was concerned with the 5-year term with the automatic renewal. He requested that the county is put on notice when the 5-year term arrives and that we also have the right to terminate within 30 days. Mr. Crabb said that they are not able to delete the early termination charge entirely, but they are willing to agree to a declined charge. Also, the term will only renew for 1-year, not another 5-year term.

 

Commissioner Diener asked what the charge would be if we wanted to add phones in the future. Mr. Crabb said that it would be an additional $16.00/month for each additional extension.

 

Commissioner Diener asked why the Highway and Recycling Department wasn’t included in the proposal.

 

Mr. Crabb said that he was going to wait for the new Highway Department to be constructed and then discuss integrating them into the network. They will provide fiber out to Reynolds, so the new department will have internet service.

 

Commissioner Diener said that he would like to see the phone service and fiber internet extended to the current Highway Department now because their future plan is to move the Recycling Department to this location.

 

Mr. Crabb said that he could incorporate the current Highway Department into the proposal, but it will increase the cost to the original quote. He explained that it’s going to be the $16.00 per phone line added to the $7,000 monthly cost. The termination date will stay the same as the original contract.

 

Councilman Crabb said that from White County REMC’s standpoint, Metronet is one of the companies that most want to work with. He has no problem at all working with them.

 

Councilman Kramer asked how much the proposal was. Mr. Crabb said that the county is currently paying $6,200/month for phone service and Metronet’ s cost would be $7,000/month, with no money down. This would be for everything; there is no additional maintenance cost.

 

Councilman Davis felt that if we are going to approve the proposal, we should include the Highway Garage.

 

Mr. Crabb explained that whether it’s a new construction or an existing location, it’s not going to take much to add another location.

 

  • Commissioner Diener made a motion to approve the proposal from Metronet to provide a new voice/ data telephone system and internet service to the county, seconded by Commissioner Burton. Vote: Unanimous

 

SECURITY COMMITTEE - UPDATE

Commissioner Diener reminded the council that there would be a security training course for all courthouse employees on August 23, and the courthouse will be closing at 11:30 a.m.

 

Commissioner Diener said that the committee had ordered a walk through metal detector and a wand to be set up at the north entrance. Since the north entrance is the only handicap door with handicap parking, all other entrances will be closed off to the public. He also explained that with the funds from Judge Thacker’s budget, they would be hiring one full-time and two part-time security personnel to man the metal detectors for 2017. If the council approves the funds for 2018, they will have one security officer working the metal detector, one security officer on the 3rd – floor, and two part-time officers to fill in on vacation and sick days.

 

Commissioner Diener also explained that the judges are in favor of getting a video conferencing system installed. This will cut down the need to transport prisoners, and also eliminate the exposure of having inmates in/out of the courthouse all day long. The cost of the system is $15,000 per location.

 

Councilman Anderson thought this was all a “cute” idea, but said that he wouldn’t do it. Councilman Crabb thought it was a good idea, but asked the committee to be good with the county’s money and to use it wisely.

 

Councilman Clear, Security Committee member, discussed a lot of the research the committee has done to make these final decisions to move forward with the purchases. He also discussed the financial costs.

 

At this time, the council adjourned to their own meeting room.

 

CONSIDERATION OF ERPI – AMENDMENT TO SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT & SECOND AMENDMENT TO TRUST INDENTURE

Attorney George Loy explained that in June 2013 the county negotiated TIF Revenue bonds with Mag Pellet. Two documents were executed at that time to loan bond proceeds back to Mag Pallet to finance the construction and operation of a pellet plant (Magnetation): Trust Indenture and a Loan Agreement. Unfortunately, in May of 2015 Mag Pellet filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy. In December 2016, all of Mag Pellet’s assets were sold to ERP Iron Ore (ERPI).

 

In order to preserve its rights on the deal made with Mag Pellet, the county entered into a Settlement Agreement with ERPI in January of 2017. The Settlement Agreement required ERPI to employ no less than 105 full-time employees at the Magnetation Plant by June 1, 2017, in order to obtain the full benefit of the TIF bonds.

 

ERPI has said that they can’t meet the deadline and now they are requesting an extension of time in order to obtain the full benefit of the TIF bonds and to pay the property taxes due by June 30, 2017, pursuant to the Settlement Agreement.

 

ERPI is requesting to extend the time to repay the real estate taxes of $858,312.01 on or before August 30, 2017, and $4,821,827.33 on or before November 13, 2017. They are also requesting to establish new employee hiring thresholds: 30 full-time by August 30, 60 full-time by September 15, and no less than 105 employees by October 1, 2017. If these terms are met, the county will deposit 80% of the TIF Revenues by December 1, 2017, payable to ERPI.

 

Attorney Loy said that when the settlement agreement was done in January 2017, the first amendment to the Trust Indenture was signed. The second amendment to Trust Indenture was presented for approval. This document will instruct the trustee bank of the new settlement amendments for the property taxes.

 

Attorney Loy submitted a resolution approving amendments to agreements with ERP Iron Ore.

 

  • Commissioner Burton made a motion to approve Resolution No. 17-08-21-01, approving amendments to agreements with ERP Iron Ore, LLC and certain other matters in connection therewith, seconded by Commissioner Diener. Vote: Unanimous

  • Commissioner Diener made a motion to approve the Second Amendment to Trust Indenture as presented, seconded by Commissioner Burton. Vote: Unanimous

 

RESOLUTION NO. 17-08-21-01

A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF WHITE

COUNTY, INDIANA APPROVING AMENDMENTS TO AGREEMENTS WITH ERP IRON ORE, LLC AND CERTAIN OTHER MATTERS IN CONNECTION THEREWITH

WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners of the White County, Indiana (the “Board”) desires to benefit the health and general welfare of the citizens of White County, Indiana (the “County”) and create opportunities for gainful employment and business opportunities within the County; and

 

WHEREAS, County issued its Taxable Economic Development Revenue Bonds, Series 2013 (Mag Pellet, LLC Project) (the “Bonds”) pursuant to a Trust Indenture, between the County and Old National Trust Company (the “Trustee”), dated as of June 1, 2013 (the “Indenture”);

 

WHEREAS, the County loaned the proceeds of the Bonds to Mag Pellet, LLC (“Mag Pellet”) pursuant to a Loan Agreement, between the County and the Company, dated as of June 1, 2013, to finance a portion of the costs of the construction and equipping of an iron ore pellet manufacturing facility (the “Facility”);

 

WHEREAS, on May 5, 2015, Mag Pellet and certain affiliated entities (collectively, the “Companies”) filed voluntary petitions under chapter 11 of title 11 of the United States Code, commencing cases in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Minnesota, which cases are jointly administered under the caption In re Magnetation LLC, et al., 15-50307 (WJF) (Bankr. D. Minn.);

 

WHEREAS, on December 6, 2016, the Companies entered into an Asset Purchase Agreement to sell substantially all of their remaining assets to ERP Iron Ore, LLC (“ERPI”), and on that same day filed a motion to approve the sale to ERPI and for related relief (the “Motion”);

 

WHEREAS, the County filed an objection to the Motion; and

 

WHEREAS, to resolve its objections to the Motion and provide for the operation of the Facility, the County entered into a Settlement Agreement – White County, between ERPI and the County (the “Original Settlement Agreement”), as well as a First Amendment to Trust Indenture, between the County and the Trustee, amending the Indenture, and a First Amendment to Loan Agreement, among the County, Mag Pellet, and ERPI, amending the Loan Agreement; and

 

WHEREAS, to amend the Original Settlement Agreement and the Indenture, the Board desires to approve the execution of an Amendment to Settlement Agreement – White County, between ERPI and the County (the “Amendment to Settlement Agreement”) and a Second Amendment to Trust Indenture, between the County and the Trustee (the “Second Amendment to Trust Indenture”).

 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Commissioners of White County, Indiana, that:

 

The Board hereby finds that the execution and delivery of the Amendment to Settlement Agreement are in the best interests of the County and its citizens. The Board is authorized and directed to execute the Amendment to Settlement Agreement, in the name and on behalf of the County, and the Auditor of the County is hereby authorized and directed to attest the execution of such agreement, with such changes and modifications as such persons deem necessary or appropriate to effectuate this Resolution, said persons’ execution thereof to be conclusive evidence of the approval of such changes.

The Board hereby finds that the execution and delivery of the Second Amendment to Trust Indenture are in the best interests of the County and its citizens. The Board is authorized and directed to execute the Second Amendment to Trust Indenture, in the name and on behalf of the County, and the Auditor of the County is hereby authorized and directed to attest the execution of such agreement, with such changes and modifications as such persons deem necessary or appropriate to effectuate this Resolution, said persons’ execution thereof to be conclusive evidence of the approval of such changes.

The members of the County Council of the County, the Board, the Auditor of the County, the legal counsel of the County, and other appropriate officers of the County are hereby authorized to take all such actions and execute all such instruments as are necessary or desirable to effectuate this Resolution.

This resolution shall be in full force and effect from and after its adoption.

 

BOXER GIRL

Commissioner Heimlich said that Boxer Girl had submitted a letter requesting to extend the date of the due diligence period, relating to the Purchase Sale and Development Agreement dated February 21, 2017. They are requesting an additional 6-months of due diligence because they are having difficulty finding White County contractors to bid the project. The extra time will allow them to secure a contractor for the project.

 

  • Commissioner Diener made a motion to approve an additional 6-months of due diligence as requested, seconded by Commissioner Burton. Vote: Unanimous

BRIDGE NO. #90 – WEST SHAFER DRIVE OVER HONEY CREEK

  • Commissioner Burton made a motion to name Bridge No. #90, on West Shafer Drive over Honey Creek, near Indiana Beach the Thomas Earl Spackman and Helen Florence Spackman Bridge, seconded by Commissioner Diener. Vote: Unanimous

There being no further business to come before the board, the commissioners adjourned their meeting.

 

 

 

 

___________________________ _____________________________ ____________________________

John C. Heimlich, President Steve Burton, Vice President David Diener, Member

 

 

 

 

ATTEST: _________________________

Gayle Rogers, Auditor

 

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