November 5, 2018
Kiowa County Commissioners Meeting
Courthouse Lower Level Conference Room
November 5, 2018
Ronald Freeman, Bert Lowery, John Unruh, Kristi Cooper, Chay Howard, Jay Schmidt, Matt Christenson, John Bertram and Ellen Peters attended the meeting.
Consent agenda included: Agenda and Commissioner minutes of 10/31.
After the prayer was given by Ellen Peters, Ron opened the meeting. Bert moved to approve the consent agenda and John seconded, motion carried 3-0.
Jay Schmidt came forward to give updates for the public works departments. He informed them they finished the overlay north of Mullinville and will work on building up the ledges with rock and cliché. Also, will be taking out a culvert at Northern Natural and replacing it and they will be invoiced for labor and materials. Ron gave him an invoice from Heft and Sons brought in an invoice in the amount of $474,640 and explained the invoice is $10,000 higher than the original contract price due to 250 tons of extra material used per Steve Heft. John moved to approve the overage on the contract price and Bert seconded, motion carried 3-0. They discussed other concerns on roads that they would like Jay to address.
Break was called till 9:30.
Matt Christenson came to talk about upgrading memory in the primary courthouse server due to them running on an old version. He presented 4 quotes for the upgrading of the memory which are as following: SHI $1536.00, SCW $1674.56, Connection $1840.00 and NMGI $2335.68. After some discussion on the quotes Bert moved to approve the bid from SHI in the amount of $1536.00 and John seconded, motion carried 3-0.
Commissioner Discussion the Keller subdivision and vacating roads were discussed with Chay Howard. He explained that no resolution, documentation filed in the ROD, or notation in the minutes could be found effectuating the vacation the roads in the Keller Subdivision.
Meeting was adjourned at 9:55
Kiowa County Commission:
Ronald Freeman, Chairman Attest:
Bert Lowery, Vice-Chairman Kristi Cooper, County Clerk
John Unruh, Commissioner
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