10/26/11 Bear Lake Regional Commission & Bear Lake Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau Meeting Agenda:
The next meeting of the Bear Lake Regional
Commission & Convention & Visitors Bureau will be held
on Wednesday, October 26, 2011 at 7:00 pm at the Garden City Convention
69 North Paradise Parkway, Bldg. A, Garden City, Utah.
If you cannot attend please send a representative to attend in your place. Any questions call Christy at 435-946-2198.
October 26, 2011
2. Approval of Agenda
3. Support from Senator Hatch/ Dianne Browning
4. Lake Monitoring
5. New Business/ Other Business
a. Staff Reports
6. Old Business
- Status of Interlocal Agreement
7. Executive session/ personnel
8. Approval of Minutes
9. Bills, Payroll
Bear Lake Convention & Visitors Bureau
Garden City, Utah
OCTOBER 26, 2011
2. Approval of Agenda
3. Minutes (Sept. 28, 2011)
5. Other Business
- Tourism Report
6. Budget Approval FY2012
7. Executive Session (If needed)
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10/19/11 Planning & Zoning Meeting Agenda:
The Bear Lake County Planning & Zoning
Commission will hold its regular scheduled meeting on Wednesday,
October 19, 2011 at 7:00 pm at the Paris Elementary Board Room
located at 39 S. Fielding St., Paris, ID.
Listed below is the agenda:
1. Approval of agenda
2. Road rights-of-way (width, abandonment)
3. Discussion on Community Expansion Uses-Roy Bunderson, Doug Taylor
4. Old Business
5. Approval of the minutes
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10/12/11 Commissioners Meeting Minutes:
The Board of Bear Lake County Commissioners met in regular session on Wednesday, October 12, 2011, beginning at 9:00 A.M. in the School District #33 Board Room in Paris, Idaho. Members present were Vaughn N. Rasmussen, Chairman, Montain D. Kunz, DeMar Romrell and Kerry Haddock, Clerk of the Board.
Roger Jones, Prosecuting Attorney, Brent Bunn, Sheriff, Lynn Lewis, Assessor, Tricia Poulsen, Treasurer, and Bill Stock, also attended the meeting.
Commissioner Kunz made a motion seconded by Commissioner Romrell to approve the agenda with the addition of a JABG Grant application. Motion carried.
Commissioner Romrell made a motion seconded by Commissioner Kunz to approve the minutes of the September 6, 2011 special meeting and the September 12, 2011 regular meeting. Motion carried.
ELECTED OFFICIALS MEETING
Sheriff Bunn presented his monthly report. Average jail population was 5.2 prisoners. He also presented information on the Juvenile Detention Center. Treasurer Poulsen reported that tax notices would be mailed on the first of November.
PLANNING AND ZONING
Mitch Poulsen presented an application for a waiver to place a garage on a property prior to building a dwelling. Planning and Zoning had recommended approval of the application. Commissioner Romrell made a motion seconded by Commissioner Kunz to approve the waiver. Motion carried. Lori Haddock joined Mr. Poulsen to present a plaque to the Commissioners from the Utah Chapter of the American Planning Association recognizing the Bear Lake Valley Blueprint for Outstanding Achievement in Planning.
LIBERTY RIGHT OF WAY
Sue Dimick met with the Commissioners to request a right of way revision in Liberty.
Bids for a new Sheriff's vehicle were opened. Bids were submitted by Jensen-Wood Motor for $28,898.00 and Bear Lake Motor for $30,405.59. Later in the meeting, after having the bids checked by Deputy Craig Bunn, Commissioner Romrell made a motion seconded by Commissioner Kunz to accept the bid of Jensen-Wood. Motion carried.
Commissioner Kunz made a motion seconded by Commissioner Romrell to approve the September bills. Motion carried.
REPORT GRAND TOTAL . . . . TOTAL WARRANTS
. . . . . 791,487.63 317
TOTAL VOID/CANCEL . . . . . 50.00 * * TOTAL VOIDED/CANCEL FOR THE PERIOD SELECTED * *
NET WARRANTS . . . . . 791,437.63
Roy Bunderson met with the Commissioners to discuss economic development efforts in the County. He asked the Commissioners to be progressive and proactive. He also discussed the contribution of the Paris Hills project to the County. The Commissioners will discuss an Economic Development Committee at their next regular meeting.
SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE
Lisa Transtrum offered additional money for the Dingle pipe project if the County would provide in-kind match. The Commissioners agreed to provide men and equipment for the match. She also noted that there were some changes on the assessment roll for the Liberty LID.
BLM TRAVEL PLAN UPDATE
Blaine Newman presented an update on the Bear Lake Management Travel Plan. The final plan is expected to be done by the end of October, which would then be followed by a 30 day appeal period.
PUBLIC ACCESS ROADS
The Commissioners again discussed the need to identify all RS2477 roads in the County. They will hold a public hearing to finalize.
PAID TIME OFF POLICY
The Commissioners continued discussion on a paid time off policy. They will get some information on disability policies for the next meeting.
Bill Stock discussed a problem with vacation rental property being located in residential zoned areas. He wondered if the County has not collected revenue due to this situation. The Commissioners will discuss this at the next Four County meeting.
ROAD AND BRIDGE
Greg Skinner presented his monthly report. He reported on roads in Bear Lake West. He asked the Commissioners to retain the crusher at Montpelier Reservoir for an additional 30 days. The Commissioners noted that the improvement to the Crow Creek Road was badly needed and agreed to keep the crusher.
Commissioner Romrell made a motion seconded by Commissioner Kunz to convene in executive session per Idaho Code 67-2345(b, c and d) to discuss indigent cases, personnel and legal issues. All Commissioners voted yes in a roll call vote.
Following the Executive Session Commissioner Kunz made a motion seconded by Commissioner Romrell to act on Indigent claims as follows:
MEDICAL ASSISTANCE CLAIMS
Case #2011-19 - Denied - Not a resident of Idaho; not a County resident; not medically indigent; application is incomplete; didn't present for an interview.
Case #2011-20 & 2011-21 - Denied - Not the obligated County - Caribou County.
Clerk Haddock presented annual contracts with Computer Arts for software and maintenance. The charge was the same as last year. Commissioner Romrell made a motion seconded by Commissioner Kunz to approve and sign the contracts. Motion carried.
The Montpelier animal shelter asked the Commissioners to consider contributing to their costs as many animals being cared for were from outside Montpelier. Commissioner Kunz made a motion seconded by Commissioner Romrell to donate $250 to the shelter. Motion carried.
Meeting adjourned subject to recall by the
Chairman or his order.
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10/12/11 Commissioners Meeting Notice:
PLEASE BE AWARE THAT THE REGULAR BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING FOR OCTOBER WILL BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2011, DUE TO MONDAY BEING A HOLIDAY AND SCHEDULING CONFLICTS ON TUESDAY.
9:00 A.M. ELECTED OFFICIALS MEETING/APPROVAL OF MINUTES
9:15 A.M. COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS
9:30 A.M. MITCH POULSEN - Waiver Recommendation from Planning and Zoning
9:45 A.M. KAY BECK & SUE DIMICK - Right of Way in Liberty Revision
10:00 A.M. BID OPENING - NEW SHERIFF'S VEHICLE
10:15 A.M. ROY BUNDERSON - Economic Development
10:30 A.M. LISA TRANSTRUM/Soil Conservation
District - Dingle Pipe Project
10:45 A.M. BLAINE NEWMAN - BLM Update/Travel Plan
11:00 A.M. Public Access Roads
11:15 A.M. PTO Policy
11:30 A.M. BILL STOCK - Bear Lake County Ordinances - Lack of Enforcement
11:45 A.M. PUBLIC COMMENTS
12:00 N EXECUTIVE SESSION - Medical Assistance
Claims - Personnel Issues
Road & Bridge Issues/Solid Waste Issues
Approve September's Bills/Minutes
Road & Bridge/Solid Waste Issues
Computer Arts Contract
Oregon Trail Money
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