Tuesday, April 19, 2016

19 April 2016 Dearborn County Commissioners Meeting Notes

19 April 2016 Dearborn County Commissioners Meeting Notes

Present: Shane McHenry, President, Art Little, and Kevin Lynch

Also present: Gayle Pennington, Auditor and Terri Randall, Administrator
ABSENT: Andy Baudendistel, Attorney,


Signatures for Dispatch interlocal agreement with Aurora- McHenry said it had a termination section and it automatically renews annually. Baudendistel had reviewed it per McHenry. Approved and signed. 

Cardono Professional Agreement for archaeological dig for courthouse annex site- Randall presented this item. This is required because it is being funded by Riverboat Funds and the state considers those as state funds. They are not suspecting we will find a lot of artifacts. She went to 4 different firms. Cost estimates were $4750 - 9000. Working with Brad Rullman they were also the lowest and they recommend this firm. They will dig 10 holes and see what they find. This should be completed by mid- May. Baudendistel reviewed this. Approved and signed. 

ADMINISTRATOR- Terri Randall- nothing more

AUDITOR- Gayle Pennington- claims approved and April 5th minutes approved. 

The 2016 tax sale contract from the treasurer and auditor with SRI and Baudendistel already reviewed and the fee is raised from $70-now being $75 per parcel. They do all the research and conduct the sale. There are usually about 100 after the advertising though they start with about 300 parcels. The commissioners end up with 25 certificates at the end that don’t sell. Approved and signed. 

ATTORNEY- Andy Baudendistel- Right of Entry Agreement with Lawrenceburg Redevelopment- presented by McHenry. This is the lot on William Street and Maple Street for parking which is owned by Redevelopment omission of Lawrenceburg. Parking is needed during the construction of the annex. 
Builder’s insurance is also needed and Randall said she will get that for the parking lot. 
Approved and signed. 

Lynch- part 2 of a 3 part series on the heroin epidemic is this Thursday the 28th from 8-10AM
Little- Enjoy the beautiful weather out there. Be careful going thru Bright and patient as they are working on the roads.
McHenry- The voter conference here and Lynch got the lieutenant governor here. Port board and the state and OKI will be working together to get the ball rolling on the port authority. 

PUBLIC COMMENT- Celeste Calvitto- the fire dept is doing 3 roads in Bright this saturday for litter removal. 
McHenry asked me for update on the Lawrenceburg Council public hearing meeting on county fire service fees for the water line for township residents last night so I repeated  summary of the blog notes essentially.


Meeting Adjourned at 5:27 PM

Christine Brauer Mueller

Lawrenceburg Township

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