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Monday, February 28, 2011

St Bibiana's Fish Fry March 11th

Baseball/Softball Meeting In Shinglehouse

Friday, February 25, 2011

Cameron County Canoe & Kayak, April 2, 2011

New Phone Number For Shinglehouse Health Center

Rescheduled Winter Pesticide Update Meeting

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Agenda Of Potter County Commissioners Meeting On 2-24-2011

~ Agenda ~
POTTER COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING
February 24, 2011

CALL TO ORDER

MOMENT OF SILENCE

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

ROLL CALL

PUBLIC COMMENT

APPROVED MINUTES – February 10, 2011 (Click link to read)

NEW BUSINESS
Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness Grant – Received $5,600 towards a $7,000 Commodity Flow Study

Adoption of Sexual Harassment Policy

CONTRACTS AND AGREEMENTS
Grant-In-Aids Funds Amendment Two – Amendment to an Agreement dated July 1, 2007 between the PA Board of Probation and Parole and the Potter County Board of County Commissioners/County Executive

POTTER COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES
CONTRACTS AND AGREEMENTS

TRAINING REQUESTS
John Hetrick, Glenn Dunn for North Central Task Force Retreat, Union City - February 23-24, 2011; requesting meals, mileage and lodging

Colleen Wilber, PACDAA Quarterly, State College – March 16 -17, 2011, State College, PA; requesting registration fee, meals, mileage and lodging

Joy Glassmire, PA Children & Youth Administrators Meeting, March 30-31, 2011, State College, PA; requesting registration fee, meals mileage and lodging

Crystal Thomas, Family Issues and Intervention in HIV, February 24, 2011; State College, PA; requesting meals and mileage

William Wright, Basic Training – Corrections Officer, March 14 – April 8, 2011; Elizabethtown, PA; requesting mileage, meals and lodging

Sandra Lewis, 2011 Western PA Election Personnel Association, March 25, 2011; requesting mileage and meals

Nancy Hurt & Deanna Dow, Advanced Financials: Financial Processed Workshop, March 22, 2011; requesting mileage and meals

PERSONNEL
Appointment – Dave Foil to the Potter County Solid Waste Authority Advisory Board

Appointment – Wanda Shirk and Rance Baxter to the Planning Commission

Reclassification – PCHS – County Caseworker Supervisor to County Social Services Aide 2; $17,687 - $21,567

New Position - PCHS - Mental Health Forensic Caseworker – Temporary Full time position based on a time period of grant; $11.32 - $12.61/hr.

CHIEF CLERK REPORT

ANY OTHER BUSINESS TO COME BEFORE THE BOARD
COMMISSIONERS’ REPORTS

BILLS
Potter County Human Services

PAYROLL CHECKS - Check #'s 3480-3487

5833.86

PAYROLL AUTOMATIC DEPOSITS

49,351.94

PAYROLL CHRISTMAS CLUB DEPOSITS

1,785.00

PAYROLL TAX TRANSFERS(EFTPS)

19,168.36

STATE TAX WITHHOLDINGS (ETIDES)

2,496.00

PASCDU


ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CHECKS - Check # 37406 – 2/24

205,467.07

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CHECKS – Check #


Benefits transfer (2/16, 2/22 )

4,932.78

Total Checks Written

289,035.01

Potter County Courthouse

Fund #

Fund Description

Check #'s

Voided Check #'s

Voided Check Amt

Total

10

General Fund - Payroll-Checks

81611-81646



26,535.05

10

General Fund - Payroll-Direct Deposit

9006691-9006756



54,451.25

10

General Fund - Accounts Payable

101224-101328

101,180

943.30

282,171.68

10

General Fund – manual checks Accounts Payable

902251116-902251120



112,587.19

11

Local Emergency Planning (LEPC)

1732-1735



476.98

12

911 Wired

3660-3667



3,294.51

16

911 Wireless

1640-1645



12,695.95

17

Saulter Preserve

101320



15.25

18

Automation Fund

202



1,330.00

28

Domestic Relations

647



315.00

34

V.O.J.O.

101322-101325

101219

540.00

1,149.14

35

Victim Services RASA

101326-101328



1,420.00

52

Operational Reserve Fund

101329



130,000.00

Potter County Fiscal Summary First of the Month - Dated 03/01/2011

Fund #

Fund Description

Check #'s

Voided Check #'s

Voided Check Amt

Total

10

General Fund – Accounts Payable

101330-101341



56,151.79

10

General Fund – A/P Manual Checks

999034



20.00

12

911 Wired

3668



366.50

16

911 Wireless

1646



250.50

35

Victim Services/RASA

101342



400.00

Next Meeting: March 10, 2011

ADJOURNMENT

Prepared by Cheri Potter

Potter County Commissioners Approved MInutes For 2-10-2011

~Approved Meeting Minutes~
POTTER COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING
February 10, 2011

CALL TO ORDER

MOMENT OF SILENCE

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

ROLL CALL
Comm. Doug Morley, Comm. Paul Heimel, Comm. Susan Kefover, Chief Clerk Kathleen Majot, Recording Secretary Judy Snyder; all present

PUBLIC COMMENT

MINUTES – January 27, 2010
Comm. Kefover moved to approve; Comm. Heimel seconded. Morley yes; Heimel yes; Kefover, yes.

NEW BUSINESS
Guest speaker was Potter County Human Services Mental Health Director Melissa Gee. She presented a summary of the programs available from that agency to serve the needs of county residents. The state requires counties to provide these services and PCHS satisfies that mandate through in-house and contracted providers.

BRICO Technologies 911 Program project quotes - for four sets of duplexers and required cabling for PD/EMA base stations located at Austin, Sharon, Deerlick and Bailey Hill. Comm. Kefover moved to approve; Comm. Heimel seconded. Morley yes; Heimel yes; Kefover, yes.

Tax Claim Bureau Director – Commissioner Doug Morley will temporarily fill the role. The interim appointment allows the county to comply with all applicable laws, according to County Solicitor D. Bruce Cahilly. Comm. Heimel moved to approve; Comm. Kefover seconded. Morley yes; Heimel yes; Kefover, yes.

Opening of bids for providing meals at the jail – Two bids received. Motion by Comm. Kefover to table and forward for Sheriff Sauley for review; Comm. Heimel seconded. Morley yes; Heimel yes; Kefover, yes.

Certificate of Achievement – Michael Gray of Boy Scout Troop 530 of Ulysses, Pa., has completed the requirement for receiving the Eagle Scout Award. The commissioners issued a certificate of achievement recognizing his accomplishments

POTTER COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES CONTRACTS/AGREEMENTS

CHILDREN AND YOUTH 09/10 10/11

Gail McGee

21st Century Tutor & Activity Leader

Oswayo Valley (up to 3.75 hrs. per week) N/A $24/hr.

1/1/11 to 6/30/11

George Junior Republic

Emerg. Shelter/Diagnostic/Residential Treatment for Delinquent/Dependent Youth (as negotiated w/Potter, less than DPW approved rate) N/A $206.50

Regular Residential Male N/A $156.09-$181.53

Special Needs N/A $185.00-$251.82

Drug & Alcohol N/A $107.33-$159.83

Group Home N/A $138.36

7/1/10 to 6/30/11

Comm. Kefover moved to approve; Comm. Heimel seconded. Morley yes; Heimel yes; Kefover, yes.

TRAINING REQUESTS
Sherry Hoffman for PS Enrichment /Investigating Cases with Challenging Family Dynamics, Mars, Pa – April 19, 2011

Sherry Hoffman, Janet Long for ‘Services My Way’ Workshop, State College Pa – March 29, 2011

Donna Foust for Protective Services Conference – Harrisburg, Pa – March 29-30, 2011.

Crystal Thomas for Ethics for the Addictions Professional – State College – March 16.

Crystal Thomas for Compulsive Gambling/ Criminal Justice – State College – April 6.

Donna Foust for Ps Enrichmen /Effective Ps Case Consultation – Harrisburg – June 9.

Darry Shutt for Annual Apprise Conference - State College, Pa – April 19 – 21, 2011.

Comm. Heimel moved to approve all requests; Comm. Kefover seconded. Morley yes; Heimel yes; Kefover, yes.

PERSONNEL
Appointment – Cheri Potter as executive secretary to the commissioners, effective Feb. 14, 2011, at an annual salary of $27,000. Comm. Heimel moved to approve; Comm. Kefover seconded. Morley yes; Heimel yes; Kefover, yes.

Appointment – Linda Swift to the ATOD Advisory Board. Comm. Kefover moved to approve; Comm. Heimel seconded. Morley yes; Heimel yes; Kefover, yes.

Resignation – Ronda White/ATOD Advisory Board, having served the maximum of 6 years. Comm. Heimel moved to approve; Comm. Kefover seconded. Morley yes; Heimel yes; Kefover, yes.

Part-time van drivers/PCHS – James Douglas, $9.17/hr., Charles “Dan” Counts, $8.82/hr., both effective Feb. 14, 2011. Comm. Heimel moved to approve; Comm. Kefover seconded. Morley yes; Heimel yes; Kefover, yes.

CHIEF CLERK REPORT
The county has received applications for 100 percent of the 2010 Liquid Fuels funds allocated. All funds received by the state for this purpose have been utilized for 2010.

COMMISSIONERS’ REPORTS
Comm. Kefover reported that Kirk Tarkington, director of WNY Teen Challenge, was well-received in his presentation to the Potter County Criminal Justice Advisory Board on the services that organization can provide. She said she is working on a public event to inform the community about Teen Challenge.

Comm. Heimel announced that improvements have been made to the county’s website. Web pages of the County Treasurer, Tax Assessment, Election Office, Planning Commission and Register and Recorder’s Office offer interactive functions that improve efficiencies and save the county and the citizenry money and time. He noted that this has been accomplished at nominal expense.

BILLS
Potter County Human Services

PAYROLL CHECKS - Check #'s 3464-3471

5,668.69

PAYROLL AUTOMATIC DEPOSITS

48,777.21

PAYROLL CHRISTMAS CLUB DEPOSITS

1,780.00

PAYROLL TAX TRANSFERS(EFTPS)

18,345.97

STATE TAX WITHHOLDINGS (ETIDES)

2,452.77

PASCDU

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CHECKS - Check # 37406 – 1/31

60,000.00

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CHECKS – Check # 37407-37506 – 2/10

63,430.01

Benefits transfer (1/31,2/08 )

4,660.73

Total Checks Written

205,115.38

Comm. Kefover moved to approve; Comm. Heimel seconded. Morley yes; Heimel yes; Kefover, yes.

Potter County Courthouse

Fund #

Fund Description

Check #'s

Voided Check #'s

Voided Check Amt

Total

10

General Fund - Payroll-Checks

81575-81610

28,554.03

10

General Fund - Payroll-Direct Deposit

9006626-9006690

52,750.17

10

General Fund - Accounts Payable

101094-101215

101164-101175

13,685.67

90,884.23

10

General Fund – manual checks Accounts Payable

902111111-902111115

109,954.85

11

Local Emergency Planning (LEPC)

1724-1731

1,257.80

12

911 Wired

3645-3659

4,402.01

14

Liquid Fuels

1190-1193

10,366.79

16

911 Wireless

1636-1639

538.60

18

Automation Fund

101216-101217

8,184.00

34

V.O.J.O

101216-101219

2,627.26

35

Victim Services RASA

101220

4,856.73

38

Divorce Fund

101221

18,063.47

60

Hotel Excise Tax Fund

101222-101223

22,629.61

Comm. Heimel moved to approve; Comm. Kefover seconded. Morley yes; Heimel yes; Kefover, yes.

Next Meeting: February 24, 2011

ADJOURNMENT
Comm. Kefover moved to adjourn; Comm. Heimel seconded. Morley yes; Heimel yes; Kefover, yes.

Prepared by Cheri Potter