FIRST DAY OF THE REGULAR SESSION OF THE
CAMAS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING
June 11, 2018
The meeting was called to order at 9:05 a.m. by Chairman Travis Kramer. Also present were Commissioner Marshall Ralph, Prosecuting Attorney Matt Pember, Clerk Korri Blodgett, and two individuals from the public. Commissioner Bill Davis was out with the flu.
The Board reviewed the Agenda. Commissioner Ralph made a motion to approve the Agenda as posted. Seconded by Commissioner Kramer. Unanimous.
The Board discussed the property that S.E. Frostenson and Clarice Frostenson had deeded to the County in August 1977.
The Board discussed the ambulance fee schedule that was submitted to Judy Vang at Wittman Enterprises. Judy made suggestions relating to Medicare. The Board will review the proposed ambulance fee resolution at the meeting on June 25.
Commissioner Kramer updated the Board on his conversation with the Administrative Assistant regarding duties.
Planning and Zoning Administrator Dwight Butlin and Road Supervisor Mike Gill met with the Board to discuss the property abandonment and the Bike path. They reviewed a 40-foot piece of land that was deeded to the county in 1936, which the County does not maintain and has no use for. They will look into abandoning it. Dwight also discussed an Engineering firm having to inspect the completed Bike Path project. The Contract will be with Lochner, Inc. and Camas County. Commissioner Ralph made a motion to approve and sign the contract with Lochner Inc. Seconded by Commissioner Kramer. Unanimous.
The Board began deliberation on the recommendation from the Planning and Zoning Commission on Sec XVII of the Comp Plan. The Board set the public hearing for July 9, at 10:00 a.m. Commissioner Kramer closed deliberations at 10:15 a.m.
The Board discussed Ag Value Assessments.
The Board met with Sam Laredo to present an Emergency Fund Application through the Local Highway Technical Assistance Council (LHTAC). He presented a Cost estimate for the 227 Road West Slide preliminary design and cost estimate for $533,552. They are applying for $100,000 and Commissioner Ralph made a motion to approve and authorize signature on the grant application. Seconded by Commissioner Kramer. Unanimous.
Commissioner Ralph provided information relating to the Man-Made Park project Board. Mike Dettori would like to step down as the Chairman of the Manmade Park Committee.
The Board reviewed the minutes of May 29. Commissioner Ralph made a motion to approve the minutes as corrected. Seconded by Commissioner Kramer. Unanimous.
The Board recessed for lunch at 12 noon.
The Board reconvened at 1:00 pm.
Sheriff Dave Sanders met with the Board to discuss a combined grant application. Caribou County is applying for the grant and he is asking for a letter of support for the Enhanced Emergency Communications Grant to provide a text to 911 system, network support and equipment maintenance. Once the project is completed, residents will be able to text 911, explain the situation and the system will ping the location. Commissioner Ralph made a motion to authorize signatures in support of the grant. Seconded by Commissioner Kramer. Unanimous.
The Board reviewed the bills as presented on the claims list. Commissioner Ralph made a motion to approve the bills. Seconded by Commissioner Kramer. Unanimous.
Commissioner Ralph updated the Board on the Region IV Development meeting that he attended in Twin last week.
The Board recessed at 4:00 p.m.
Travis Kramer, Chairman Korri Blodgett, Clerk