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Pawnee commission weekly minutes
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LARNED — The Pawnee County Commission met June 20 at the Pawnee County Courthouse. The following are approved minutes submitted by Pawnee Commission clerk Ruth Searight.
9 a.m. — Pawnee County commissioners Kathy Bowman, Donna Pelton and John Haas were present.
Ruth Searight, County Clerk.  Gave valuation estimate for budgets.
Darold Bussard, Pawnee County custodian, presented a quote and discussed installing some fans on third floor hallways.
Commissioners went through mail. They discussed the 3I show.
Commissioners read and approved minutes of June 6 and June 13.
9:40 a.m. — John Settle, county attorney, discussed a letter from CMS regarding the Pawnee Valley Community Hospital.
10 a.m. — Rod Wallace and Donna Preisner, Pawnee County Extension Office, and Aaron Wolff, board member, presented and discussed their proposed 2012 budget and appropriation request.
10:30 a.m. — Jack Holland, Oppenheimer and Company, and John Harrison, County Club Bank Capital Marketing, presented and discussed their services regarding hospital bond issue.
11:30 a.m. — Settle further discussed CMS. He discussed a possible contract for grant writing with Elaine Salmans.
Commissioners appointed Harriet Vance, P.A.; and Nikki Vogel, P.A., upon taking the oath, as deputy district coroners for the 24th Judicial District.
Commissioners approved paying the PCEDC an appropriation of $25,000 for 2011.
Commissioners approved writing off a $10 debt at Camp Pawnee for an RV fee.
1 p.m. —  Jenny Manry, Larned Pride Committee, gave updates on grants that Pawnee County will receive. The Home Depot will provide $5,000 for new windows at Camp Pawnee. Walmart will provide $3,433 for fire pits and grills for Camp Pawnee.  Manry gave information on another grant the Pride Committee will apply for.
2 p.m. — Settle, Pete Schartz, First State Bank vice-president; Matt Heyn, PVCH administrator; HaysMed personnel, John Jeter, president, CEO; Bill Overbey, CFO, and Shea Veach, vice-president, regional operations; Lorri Adams, CEO and president Solutions 4 Fundraising;, and Frank Albert, Vice-President Solutions 4 Fundraising presented and discussed the services they offer.
Heyn gave operations, CMS and facility master plan.
Overbey gave updates on FY 2012 budget and financial statements.
4 p.m. —Heyn discussed fiscal year 2012 starting July 1, 2011.
4:15    p.m. — Don Gaeddert, Larned City Manager.  Discussed and gave updates on airport project. He discussed the financial statement as of May.
He discussed and commissioners approved and signed for a damage payment received from Captiva II, LLC, for $500, as an initial payment for damages for lease: Airport #1-21, SE4-21-21S-16W.
4:30    p.m. — Mary Beth Herrmann, Pawnee County health administrator.  gave an update on five grants.
She discussed some cabinets and countertops for one of their rooms.
She provided updates on activities and plans.
4:35    p.m. — Scott King, Pawnee County sheriff, and Derek Slack, Pawnee County undersheriff, gave updates on activities and plans in the department.
They were informed of the Fire Marshall’s report, and they will prepare a plan of corrections.
Settle discussed performing asbestos containing material (ACM) surveys related to the upcoming demolition and construction project at PVCH. Commissioners approved Precision Environmental Services Base Bid for $2,940; Expedite Fee $600, number of samples in base 120, and Lead paint test alternate equals $650 times 2.
He further discussed the Pawnee Valley Community Hospital.
6:45    p.m. — The meeting was adjourned. The next meeting was scheduled June 27.