J & J

J&J Auto Coudersport
J&J Auto Coudersport

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

7-10-10 Chicken & Biscuit Dinner


Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Monday, June 28, 2010

Jakobs Hollow At Olga

Dice Run Benefit For Sydney Ellison On August 7, 2010

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Ozone Rangers To Play For Benefit In Austin

2nd Street Roost

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Chicken BBQ July 3, 2010

Thursday, June 24, 2010

6-18-10 marianna's ride

Relay for Life In Potter County

2010 Relay For Life of Potter County
June 25-26, 2010 12pm to 12pm at CARP Field

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Olga

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Olga Jakobs Hollow

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Coudersport High School Class of 1970

Olga

Saturday, June 19, 2010

Potter County Family Farm Products Available

Texas Holdem

Friday, June 18, 2010

Saturday Night Entertainment At Olga

Leona's Greenhouse

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Leona's Greenshouse Monday-Saturday 10-5 Sunday 12-4

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Approved Minutes Of June 3, 2010 Potter County Commissioners Meeting

~ Minutes ~

POTTER COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING

June 3, 2010

CALL TO ORDER

The regular meeting of the Potter County Commissioners was called to order at

11:05 a.m., Thursday, June 3, 2010 in the Commissioners Conference Room. Present: Commissioners Doug Morley, Paul Heimel and Susan Kefover, Chief Clerk Todd Brown, Recording Secretary Lucinda Weakland, guest Anne Nelson and members of the media Brent Addleman and Gerri Miller.

MOMENT OF SILENCE/INVOCATION

· Karl Runser, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church and the Lutheran Church of Galeton

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

ROLL CALL

Commissioner Doug Morley, present; Commissioner Susan Kefover, present; Commissioner Paul Heimel, present; Chief Clerk Todd Brown, present; Recording Secretary Lucinda Weakland, present.

PUBLIC COMMENT

There was none.

MINUTES – 5/20/10

Commissioner Kefover moved to approve as presented. Commissioner Heimel seconded. Roll call: Commissioner Morley, yes; Commissioner Heimel, yes; Commissioner Kefover, yes.

CONTRACTS AND AGREEMENTS

· AGREEMENT – Between Potter County and the Pennsylvania Department of Administration, Office of Public Safety Radio Services for a license to utilize 911 towers for a period of 20 years.

Commissioner Kefover moved to approve. Commissioner Heimel seconded. Roll call: Commissioner Morley, yes; Commissioner Heimel, yes; Commissioner Kefover, yes.

· AGREEMENT – Between Potter County and Cleveland Brothers Equipment Company, Inc. for annual Preventive Maintenance Service for generators located in the jail and Gunzburger Building at a cost of $745.00 and $850.00 respectively.

Commissioner Heimel made a motion to approve. Commissioner Kefover seconded. Roll call: Commissioner Morley, yes; Commissioner Heimel, yes; Commissioner Kefover , yes.

TRAINING REQUESTS

· Retroactive – Sue Weber, Barbara Busch (PCHS) – Protective Services Network, May 27, 2010, Brookville, Pa. Request for meals and mileage expenses. There was no registration fee.

Purpose: Mandatory Protective Service Network Meeting to discuss PS requirements and updates

Commissioner Kefover moved to approve. Commissioner Heimel seconded. Roll call: Commissioner Morley, yes; Commissioner Heimel, yes; Commissioner Kefover, yes.

· Sherry Hoffman (PCHS)- Joint Committee Meeting, July 7, 2010, Harrisburg, Pa. Request for meals, mileage and lodging ($114.33) expenses. There is no registration fee.

Purpose: Joint committee meeting to improve supports and services to older individuals with mental retardation. Annual face-to-face required meeting.

· Crystal Thomas (PCHS) – Recertification for Gambling Competency and CAC, June 14, 2010, Harrisburg, Pa. Request for meals, mileage and registration fee ($200.00) expenses.

Purpose: For recertification for gambling competency and certified addictions counselor

· Deanna Dow, Sherry Ianson (DRO) – CIS Training with the Department of Public Welfare, June 4, 2010, Emporium, Pa. Request for meals and mileage expenses only.

Purpose: Learn how to use the DPW computerized system

Commissioner Kefover moved to approve. Commissioner Heimel seconded. Roll call: Commissioner Morley, yes; Commissioner Heimel, yes; Commissioner Kefover, yes.

PERSONNEL

· EXTENSION OF TEMPORARY EMERGENCY HIRE – District Attorney Andy Watson requests an extension of the temporary hiring of Part-Time Secretary/Clerk Jackie Yoder as part-time Victim Witness Coordinator at 12.5 hours per week until September 1, 2010.

Commissioner Morley stated that the union has approved this extension.

Commissioner Kefover moved to approve. Commissioner Heimel seconded. Roll call: Commissioner Morley, yes; Commissioner Heimel, yes; Commissioner Kefover, yes.

· TEMPORARY INCREASE IN HOURS - District Justice Delores Bristol requests approval for a 35 hour work week for Part-Time Secretary/Clerk Kimberly Kio for the week of July 26 through July 30 while office personnel attend training on the new magisterial district judge system.

Commissioner Morley stated that the union has approved the temporary increase in hours.

Commissioner Heimel made a motion to approve. Commissioner Kefover seconded. Roll call: Commissioner Morley, yes; Commissioner Heimel, yes; Commissioner Kefover , yes.

· RESIGNATION – Housekeeper Sandra Schoonover has submitted her letter of resignation effective June 30, 2010.

Chief Clerk Todd Brown noted that Ms. Schoonover has been a county employee for 30 years.

Commissioner Kefover moved to accept. Commissioner Heimel seconded. Roll call: Commissioner Morley, yes; Commissioner Heimel, yes; Commissioner Kefover, yes.

CHIEF CLERK REPORT

· Applications for County Liquid Fuels Tax Funds for county aid as follows:

    • Ulysses Borough - $1,590.27
    • Sharon Township - $3,751.53

The Chief Clerk recommends approval of these applications.

Commissioner Heimel made a motion to approve. Commissioner Kefover seconded. Roll call: Commissioner Morley, yes; Commissioner Heimel, yes; Commissioner Kefover , yes.

COMMISSIONERS’ REPORTS

Commissioner Heimel noted that there would be no meeting of the Natural Gas Task Force in June. The next meeting will be on July 13 at 7:00 p.m. He stated that the subject of the next meeting will be drilling activities on state forest land.

Commissioner Kefover reported that the commissioners held a press conference on

June 2nd to highlight the extensive amount of paperwork imposed on the county by state regulations. She also noted that funding for the state Human Services Development Fund has been cut from $41 million to $29 million representing a 29% reduction since 2008.

BILLS

Potter County Human Services

PAYROLL CHECKS - Check #'s 3306-3319

$5,561.13

PAYROLL AUTOMATIC DEPOSITS

$48,380.06

PAYROLL CHRISTMAS CLUB DEPOSITS

$1,895.00

PAYROLL TAX TRANSFERS(EFTPS)

$19,138.82

STATE TAX WITHHOLDINGS (ETIDES)

$2,475.11

PASCDU

$232.44

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CHECKS - Check #’s 34970-35130 - 06/03

$132,395.42

Benefits Transfer

$1,512.71

Total Checks Written

$211,590.69

Commissioner Kefover moved to approve. Commissioner Heimel seconded. Roll call: Commissioner Morley, yes; Commissioner Heimel, yes; Commissioner Kefover, yes.

Potter County Courthouse

Fund #

Fund Description

Check #'s

Voided Check #'s

Voided Check Amt

Total

10

Payroll Checks

80778 - 80819

80762-80777

$0.00

$27,552.36

10

Payroll - Direct Deposit

9005365 - 9005432

$52,977.00

10

General Fund - Accounts Payable

98706 - 98991

98866-98876

$881.00

$157,864.29

10

General Fund - A/P Manual Checks

99025,906041056-906041060

$112,726.73

11

Local Emergency Planning - Manual

1628 - 1633

$523.57

12

911 Wired

3485 - 3497

$13,255.89

16

911 Wireless

1541 - 1546

$7,875.78

18

Automation Fund (Civil)

98992

$327.42

28

Domestic Relations IV-D

635

$270.00

34

V.O.J.O.

98993

$13.95

35

Victim Services/RASA

98994 - 98995

$432.55

36

Citizens Corp.

98996

$87.27

38

Divorce Fund

98997

$1,428.27

Commissioner Heimel made a motion to approve. Commissioner Kefover seconded. Roll call: Commissioner Morley, yes; Commissioner Heimel, yes; Commissioner Kefover , yes.

Potter County Courthouse – Special Run – 5/25/10

Fund #

Fund Description

Check #'s

Total

Notes

10

General Fund

98705

$11,295.00

US Postal Service-Ebensburg, Sale Notices

Commissioner Kefover moved to approve. Commissioner Heimel seconded. Roll call: Commissioner Morley, yes; Commissioner Heimel, yes; Commissioner Kefover, yes.

Tax Claim Director Todd Brown noted that this cost will be recovered through the collection of delinquent 2008 taxes.

Next Meeting: June 17, 2010

ADJOURNMENT

Commissioner Heimel made a motion to approve. Commissioner Kefover seconded. The meeting was adjourned at 11:20 a.m.

Prepared by Lucinda Weakland

Agenda For Potter County Commissioners Meeting 6-17-10

~ AGENDA ~

POTTER COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING

June 17, 2010

CALL TO ORDER

MOMENT OF SILENCE

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

ROLL CALL

PUBLIC COMMENT

MINUTES – 6/3/10

NEW BUSINESS



CONTRACTS AND AGREEMENTS

· COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT – Between Potter, Elk, Cameron and McKean counties and the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED), Accessible Housing Program for an application to obtain housing rehabilitation grant monies. This funding will be administered by the Elk

· GRANT AGREEMENT – Between Potter County and the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA) for FY2010 Emergency Management Performance Grant funding in the amount of $95,776.00.

· COOPERATION AGREEMENT – Between Potter County Board of Commissioners and the Potter County Redevelopment Authority (PCRA) to designate PCRA as the authority to act on the County’s behalf in the administration of the Small Communities Program.

· LEASE AGREEMENT – Between Potter County and Dan Bollhorst for the use of a van on an “as needed” basis for the Trailblazer Summer Youth program at a rate of $.60 per mile and a damage deposit of $200.00.

· PCHS CONTRACTS

AGING 2009/10 2010/11

Pauline Goochee

Community Health Nurse

Per Hour $25.00 No Change

Per Mile $0.55 $0.50

7/1/10 to 6/30/11

Nutrition, Inc./Pittsburgh Companies North

Senior Food Service Provider

Per congregate and home delivered meal $4.98 $5.09

Emergency Meal (Blizzard Box) $2.85 $2.91

7/1/10 to 6/30/11

Nutrition, Inc./Pittsburgh Companies North

Lease Agreement (Yearly $11,532.00)

Monthly $961.00 No Change

7/1/10 to 6/30/11

PC Human Services, Coordinated Services

Transportation – one way trips $2.10/mile No Change

7/1/10 to 6/30/11

Automated Security Alert, Inc.

Personal Emergency Response Systems/

Medication Dispensers

PERS Monthly Rental Fee $29.50 No Change

Medication Dispenser Monthly Fee $40.00 No Change

Dorothy E. Taylor

Regional Ombudsman Coordinator

Services rendered for fiscal year $53,000 No Change

Reimbursement per mile $0.505 No Change

7/1/10 to 6/30/11

LIFT

Home Modification Broker for PDA Waiver Program No cost

7/1/10 to 6/30/11

PCHS Coordinated Services Dept.

PDA Waiver Program

Paid with DPW funds. $2.00 $2.32

7/1/10 to 6/30/11

MENTAL HEALTH

Deb Hamilton

Jennifer Kibbe

Joseph Sherry

Steve Symans

Jack Goga

Natalie Stenhach

Jennifer Morrison

Act 143 Designee Agreement services

provided during daytime No Charge

7/1/10 to 6/30/11

POTTERCOUNTY HUMAN SERVICES

KOS

Maintenance Agreement for fax machines,

Printers, typewriters

Per machine, plus parts, supplies $49 No Change

KOS

Maintenance Agreement for Copiers

Per copy, per machine $.01 No Change

7/1/10 to 6/30/11

CHILDREN AND YOUTH

Trailblazers

Laborers $7.25/hr. No Change

Up to 37.5 hrs. week

6/14/10 to 8/20/10

Kandice Drake

Trailblazer Assistant Supervisor N/A $10/hr.

Up to 40 hrs. week

6/14/10 to 8/20/10

Harborcreek

Residential Treatment for Dep./Del. Youth

Most programs are RTF’s paid for by

Managed Care

St. Joseph’s $343.00 No Change

Conway House $378.00 No Change

Wagner House $314.15 No Change

Columbus House $314.15 No Change

Sr. Mary $314.15 No Change

West 26th Street $314.15 No Change

7/1/10 to 6/30/11

DRUG AND ALCOHOL

Richard A. Long dba Del-Rich Holdings

Lease for 279 Rte 6 West ($7,080.00/yr) $590.00/mo. n/a

1200 sq. ft. in southeast office

5/11/10 to 6/30/15

TRAINING REQUESTS

· Debbie Lincoln (PCHS) – Early Childhood Positive Behavior Support, July 13-14, 2010, Harrisburg, Pa. Request for meals, mileage and lodging ($166.13) expenses. There is no registration fee.

Purpose: Required training on mandatory requirement of regulation dealing with behavior.

· Todd Brown (Chief Clerk) – CCAP Annual Conference, August 8-11, 2010, State College, Pa. Request for meals, mileage, lodging ($252.00) and registration fee ($350.00) expenses.

Purpose: Annual conference

· Sherry Hoffman (PCHS) – PDA Quarterly Review & P4A Membership Meeting, July 27-28, 2010, Gettysburg, Pa. Request for meals, mileage, lodging ($294.30) and registration fee ($50.00) expenses.

Purpose: Required quarterly meetings with PDA and P4A for updates and information

PERSONNEL

· NOTIFICATION OF HIRING – James A. Jones as Part-Time Corrections Officer at the Potter County Jail effective June 28, 2010 at an hourly rate of $12.48.

No action is required.

· REQUEST FOR PART-TIME EMERGENCY TEMPORARY HIRES – Due to extensive building maintenance repair and rehabilitation work needed at the Jail, Maple View complex and Human Services building, Building and Grounds Supervisor Dave Knowles requests permission to hire John Dailey, David Kurtz and Christopher Ianson as emergency temporary part-time employees to assist with general maintenance work at an hourly rate of $7.25.

The effective date is June 14, 2010 and their employment will not exceed 90 days, with a work week not to exceed 34 hours.

· REQUEST FOR EXTRA HOURS – District Justice Delores Bristol requests the addition of 13.5 hours to the schedule of Part Time Secretary/Clerk Kimberly Kio for the week of July 5 – 9, 2010 to cover vacation time.

CHIEF CLERK REPORT

· Applications for County Liquid Fuels Tax Funds for county aid as follows:

    • Galeton Borough – $2,911.72 (encumber)
    • Bingham Township - $3,175.22
    • Harrison Township - $5,191.27
    • Eulalia Township - $2,933.55
    • Keating Township - $2,011.98

COMMISSIONERS’ REPORTS

BILLS

Potter County Human Services

PAYROLL CHECKS - Check #'s 3320-3326

$5,320.81

PAYROLL AUTOMATIC DEPOSITS

$47,812.84

PAYROLL CHRISTMAS CLUB DEPOSITS

$1,895.00

PAYROLL TAX TRANSFERS(EFTPS)

$18,941.38

STATE TAX WITHHOLDINGS (ETIDES)

$2,446.17

PASCDU

$232.44

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CHECKS - Check #’s 35131-35300 - 06/17

$123,046.83

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CHECKS – Check # 35301 - 06/18

$2,767.44

BENEFITS TRANSFER

$1,749.76

Total Checks Written

$204,212.67

Potter County Courthouse

Fund #

Fund Description

Check #'s

Voided Check #'s

Voided Check Amt

Total

10

Payroll Checks

80820 - 80870

$28,327.86

10

Payroll - Direct Deposit

9005433 - 9005503

$50,106.84

10

General Fund - Accounts Payable

98998 - 99102

98113

$2,101.57

$212,716.54

10

General Fund - A/P Manual Checks

906181061 - 906181065

$109,727.11

11

Local Emergency Planning - Manual

1634 - 1638

$1,254.45

12

911 Wired

3498 - 3506

$3,120.63

16

911 Wireless

1547 - 1550

$9,223.30

17

Saulter Preserve

99103

$20.93

18

Automation Fund (Civil)

99104

$5,909.50

28

Domestic Relations IV-D

636

$270.00

34

V.O.J.O.

99105

$10.43

35

Victim Services/RASA

99106 - 99107

$80.69

62

DEP Stormwater

99108 - 99109

$45,048.48

Next Meeting: July 1, 2010

ADJOURNMENT

Prepared by Lucinda Weakland