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BE IT REMEMBERED that the White County Commissioners held a special meeting on Wednesday, December 27, 2006, at 8:00 a.m. at the White County Courthouse on the 2nd floor of the Commissioners’ Chambers.

 

Commissioners’ present was President John C. Heimlich, Vice President Steve Burton, and Member O.D. “Bud” Ferguson. Also present was White County Auditor Mary Jo Pool and the Commissioners’ Secretary Donya Tirpak.

 

Commissioner Heimlich called the meeting to order.

 

CLAIMS

  • Commissioner Burton made a motion to approve the claims as advertised for December 27, 2006, seconded by Commissioner Ferguson. Vote: Unanimous

PAYROLL

  • Commissioner Ferguson made a motion to approve the payroll as advertised for December 28, 2006, seconded by Commissioner Burton. Vote: Unanimous

WHITE COUNTY HIGHWAY BIDS – SUPPLIES FOR 2007

Commissioner Heimlich said that the County Highway Superintendent Steve Brooke has had time to look over the submitted bids for the Highway Supplies for 2007.

 

Highway Superintendent Steve Brooke made the recommendation to the Commissioners to accept all of the bids that were submitted.

 

  • Commissioner Burton made a motion to approve and accept all of the bids submitted for the Highway Department Supplies for 2007, seconded by Commissioner Ferguson. Vote: Unanimous

APPOINTMENTS FOR 2007

Commissioner Heimlich read off the following appointments for 2007.

 

E-911 Director 1 year

Terri Conwell

E-911 Board 1 year

Ron Schmierer

Alcoholic Beverage Board 1 Year

Kenneth George

 

Animal Disease Emergency 1 Year

Dr. Carl Hites

 

Area Plan Commission 4 Years

Michael Smolek 01/2011

(replacing Gary Barbour)

 

Arrowhead RC&D 1 Year

Connie Cascales

Attorney, White County 1 Year

George Loy

Aviation Board 4 Years

Harry Voorhis 12/31/10

 

 

 

Board of Finance 1 Year

John Heimlich

 

Board of Zoning Appeals 4 Year

Jerry Thompson 01/2011

 

Child Protection Team 1 Year

Steve Burton

 

Community Corrections Board 1 Year

Ron Schmierer

 

Emergency Management 1 Year

Gordon Cochran, Director

Bob Hall, Deputy Director/Admin. Asst.

 

Emergency Management Advisory Council 4 Year

Tommy Bartlett, Brookston 12/31/10

Environmental Officer 1 Year

John Raines

GIS Data Manager 1 Year

Eric Storm

Health Dept 4 Year.

Michelle Nichols 12/31/10

Donald Brooks 12/31/10

 

Highway Department 1 Year

Steve Brooke, Superintendent

Beth Brown, Office Administrator

BJ Propes, Assistant Superintendent

 

Economic Development Board 1 Year

John C. Heimlich

Steve Burton

 

Economic Development Director 1 Year

Connie Neininger

 

Kankakee-Iroquois Reg. Planning 1 Year

Ron Schmierer

 

Lakeview Home 1 Year

Kae Fuller, Director

 

Maintenance, County Courthouse 1 Year

Ed Ward, Supervisor

 

Property Tax Assessment Board 1 Year

Robert Oilar, Freeholder

Judy Bertram, Level II Appraiser

 

Recycling, Director 1 Year

Dawn Girard

 

Northwest Indiana solid Waste Board 1 Year

Ron Schmierer, Member

Steve Burton, Member

John Heimlich, Alternate

 

Solid Waste Citizens Advisory Council 1 Year

Dawn Girard

Veterans Service 1 Year

Tom Carter

 

White County Hospital Association 4 Year

Phil Gutwein January 2011

 

  • Commissioner Ferguson made a motion to approve the appointments for 2007 as presented, seconded by Commissioner Burton. Vote: Unanimous

TWIN LAKES REGIONAL SEWER DISTRICT – PAYROLL

Twin Lakes Regional Sewer Board member Art Anderson appeared before the Commissioners asking permission to keep the sewer district employees (10 in all) on the county’s insurance. The sewer board members have decided to hire an outside company to process their payroll but they would like to continue the county carrying the insurance for them.

 

Commissioner Heimlich did talk with the county’s consultant, Amy Carpenter, and she did say that there are cases of groups being on the same health insurance but payroll is separate. He said that she also mentioned that Lafayette and West Lafayette are pulling together for insurance.

 

After a long discussion, Commissioner Heimlich said that the Commissioners do not have a problem keeping them on the insurance plan, only if it doesn’t have to continue to be administered through the Auditor’s office. If there is a way that the Sewer District can administer all of the paperwork such as Arnett sending them their own bill, they write a check to the county, and all we have to do is mail it out, then the Commissioners are all for it.

 

Commissioner Heimlich said that these questions need to be discussed with the consultant and he should have an answer by the next meeting on Tuesday, November 2.

 

There being no further business to come before the Commissioners, their meeting was adjourned.

 

 

 

_____________________________ _____________________________ ______________________________

John C. Heimlich, President Steve Burton, Vice President O.D. “Bud” Ferguson, Member

 

 

 

ATTEST: ______________________________

Auditor Mary Jo Pool