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CLINTON COUNTY

BOARD OF

SUPERVISORS

AUGUST 14, 2017



The Board of Supervisors of Clinton County, Iowa, met. Present were Supervisors Hamerlinck, Determann and Srp. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved.



REPORTS

The July 2017 monthly report of the Commission of Veterans Affairs, submitted by Ed Staszewski, Director, was presented, approved and filed.



9:00 A.M. Review Correspondence and Claims

Call to Order – Pledge of Allegiance



9:15 A.M. FORMAL ACTION: Resolutions and Motions


CONSENT AGENDA

The following Resolutions #2017-183 through #2017-187 and one (1) Motion were approved on the Consent Agenda:

RESOLUTION #2017-183

WHEREAS, in consideration of the mutual benefit between the Clinton County Secondary Road Department, Bruce Whitwell Trust and Reed Gardner, an agreement has been prepared that stipulates the requirements of construction and future maintenance of a culvert and flap gate to be located at the southwest corner of County Bridge Number J-2007 on 170th Street in Section 20 of Grant Township; and

WHEREAS, the proposed installation includes the construction of a berm along the southwest bank of Drainage District 12 in the road right-of-way to prevent runoff from flooding into adjacent fields as well as the county road ditch; and

WHEREAS, the Drainage District 12 Trustees have provided the Clinton County Secondary Road Department written approval authorizing the installation of the culvert, flap gate and berm.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED the Board of Supervisors of Clinton County, Iowa, approve the following agreement between the Bruce Whitwell Trust and Reed Gardner.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Chairperson of the Board of Supervisors be authorized to execute said agreement on behalf of Clinton County, Iowa.



Roll Call: Srp: Yes; Determann: Yes; Hamerlinck: Yes. Shawn A. Hamerlinck, Chairperson



RESOLUTION #2017-184

WHEREAS, Code of Iowa, Chapter 425, provides a homestead property tax credit for qualifying properties; and

WHEREAS, the City of Clinton Assessor’s Office has recommended the approval of applications for the homestead property tax as filed in the City Assessor’s Office; now

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Clinton County Board of Supervisors that said parcels are allowed the homestead property tax credit per Code of Iowa, Chapter 425, effective July 1, 2017.



Roll Call: Srp: Yes; Determann: Yes; Hamerlinck: Yes. Shawn A. Hamerlinck, Chairperson



RESOLUTION #2017-185

WHEREAS, Code of Iowa, Chapter 425, provides a homestead property tax credit for qualifying properties; and

WHEREAS, the City of Clinton Assessor’s Office has recommended the removal of the homestead property tax credit from certain parcels as filed in the City Assessor’s Office; now

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Clinton County Board of Supervisors that said parcels be disallowed the homestead property tax credit per Code of Iowa, Chapter 425, effective July 1, 2017.



Roll Call: Srp: Yes; Determann: Yes; Hamerlinck: Yes. Shawn A. Hamerlinck, Chairperson



RESOLUTION #2017-186

WHEREAS, Sheriff Rick Lincoln desires the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office to enter into an amendment to an existing agreement with Advanced Correctional Healthcare (ACH) to provide medical services for inmate use; and

WHEREAS, said amendment will cover the cost of medical care and prescription medication to Clinton County inmates while housed at Muscatine County Jail; and

WHEREAS, the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office previously has entered into similar agreements with ACH for the Cedar and Dubuque County Jails.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Clinton County Board of Supervisors authorize the signing of the agreement between the Clinton County Sheriff and Advanced Correctional Healthcare to be in effect after both parties sign said contract.



Roll Call: Srp: Yes; Determann: Yes; Hamerlinck: Yes. Shawn A. Hamerlinck, Chairperson



RESOLUTION #2017-187

WHEREAS, by order of the Clinton County Board of Supervisors, a layoff of certain staff in County Case Management is required due to budgetary reasons as a result of new State requirements; now

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors of Clinton County, Iowa, that the County Auditor be and is hereby authorized to discontinue payroll from the General Basic Fund, Case Management for the following employees effective August 31, 2017: Tracy Dickey, Medicaid Case Manager; Andra Ehredt, Medicaid Case Manager; Cel Hlubek, Administrative Assistant; Robyn Landon, Medicaid Case Manager; Christina McQuistion, Medicaid Case Manager; Shane Sikkema, Medicaid Case Manager; Sherry Tubbs, Medicaid Case Manager.



Roll Call: Srp: Yes; Determann: Yes; Hamerlinck: Yes Shawn A. Hamerlinck, Chairperson



Motion was made by Supervisor Determann to authorize the Chairperson to sign Utility Permit Number 10 – 95 for Eastern Iowa Light and Power to plow underground cable along 257th Street in Section 26 of Spring Rock Township T81N-R1E.



Roll Call: Srp: Yes; Determann: Yes; Hamerlinck: Yes. Motion carried.



RESOLUTIONS

The following resolution was presented and on motion approved:

RESOLUTION #2017-188

WHEREAS, Clinton County voters approved a proposition to issue General Obligation Bonds not to exceed $22,000,000 for the purpose to pay for the costs of designing, constructing, equipping and furnishing a Jail, Sheriff’s Office, 911/Communications Center and Emergency Management Agency Office and demolition of the existing facility; and

WHEREAS, the Clinton County Board of Supervisors have deemed it best practice to review each claim for payment for said project; and

WHEREAS, the appropriate Clinton County officials have reviewed the claim(s) listed below and recommend payment; and

WHEREAS, the following list of claims have been submitted for payment on said project:

VENDOR AMOUNT INVOICE DATE

Samuels Group $106,516.85

June 31, 2017

Samuels Group $172,614.33

July 31, 2017

BE IT RESOLVED by the Clinton County Board of Supervisors that said claims have been duly reviewed and approved for payment; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED the County Auditor is authorized to make said payments within the standard claim payment process from the Capital Projects Fund.



Roll Call: Srp: Yes; Determann: Yes; Hamerlinck: Yes. Shawn A. Hamerlinck, Chairperson



UNFINISHED BUSINESS



GENERAL PUBLIC



DEPARTMENT HEADS, ELECTED OFFICIALS AND

EMPLOYEES



County Auditor Eric Van Lancker reminded the Board of Supervisors that LEC bid opening is scheduled for Tuesday at 2 p.m. He said Samuels Group said the Board should expect to approve some bids the following Monday and the rest the Monday after that.

Chairperson Hamerlinck said he received a phone call from a citizen about land donated to the County Conservation Department. A resident asked to speak to the Board about creating a policy concerning the County accepting donated land. Hamerlinck also reported the Solid Waste Agency Board is not operating at its best currently. He said some of that is due to the 28E agreement which limits authority of some cities on the board. He said the 28E needs to be updated, especially where voting weight is addressed. He said the City of Clinton has the majority of the votes, but a super-majority is needed to approve an action. However, the small communities cannot approve an action without the Clinton votes. Hamerlinck said that fact is holding up things that need to be done at the agency. Hamerlinck said an article in the 28E agreement can call for an arbitrator to sit in on unresolved issues. He said the City of Clinton has recently announced it is taking its recycling outside of the County. However, the City of Clinton with its weighted vote voted down a new recycling plan that affects the small towns. He will ask the board in the future to support using the language in the 28E agreement to force an arbitrator to address the recycling plan issue. Hamerlinck asked Solid Waste Agency Board Chairman Paul Varner to also address the issue. Varner said this is turning into a very big issue. He said the weighted voting system is becoming a problem. Varner said the small towns don’t participate because they don’t feel like they have a vote. Varner said it is important those taxpayers are represented. He said the situation needs to be worked out rationally. Srp said Clinton leaving the solid waste agency is a game-changer and the county folks need to be represented. Supervisor Determann said it was one vote per city at one time and then it was switched to a weighted vote after a court action. Hamerlinck said he is waiting on an opinion from County Attorney Mike Wolf and then he will schedule an agenda item for the Board to further discuss the matter. Varner said he will personally call all members of the Solid Waste Agency Board to attend that Supervisors meeting. Wolf said he isn’t sure about DNR requirements for municipalities and recycling programs and that should be researched.

Wolf reported the Clinton Half-Marathon is Sept. 10 and the YWCA would like to continue to use the Courthouse yard to finish as they have before. Wolf thanked the County Maintenance Department, County IT Department, Court Administration and the County Auditor for how efficiently the courts were moved to the Administration Building when the Courthouse was closed. He said it was amazing how smooth the transition was conducted. Wolf also updated the Board of Supervisors on a death that occurred during the weekend in the County jail.

Determann said he was at the Iowa DOT meeting last week and the commission voted to make the Hwy 30 project a priority. He said a consultant should be looked at to review the Courthouse structure in the long term. Srp said it sounded like the structural engineer is reviewing other matters at the Courthouse. Determann will speak with the Building Maintenance Manager about the Courthouse review. Determann said there is a meeting in Des Moines on Monday he would like to attend that involves IPERS.

County HR Director Dawn Aldridge said the Sheriff’s Office has signed her up for a law enforcement investigation training course. She also reported she will attend a human resources conference in October.



DISCUSSION WITH

POSSIBLE ACTION

Safety improvements on County road rehabilitation projects: County Engineer Todd Kinney reported the local road safety plan was finished in 2016. He said there are some recommendations about installing edge line rumble strips for some sections. He said it is up to the Board to require that as policy. He added the State will pay for a two-foot shoulder to allow for the edge line rumble strips. He said there is currently a project approved by the State for the edge line rumbles. Kinney said this can be done individually by project and each project would have to come before the Board. Kinney recommends it be considered on a case-by-case basis. Determann said those are good safety features. Srp said the safety features are good improvements, but supports the recommendation because it would allow the County to be more flexible. No action will be taken as the projects are currently reviewed on an individual basis.



Union Pacific 350th Avenue crossing negotiation: Kinney reported Union Pacific has made contact with the County again to discuss the railroad crossing at 350th Avenue. Union Pacific has requested the County close the crossing to traffic. That plan has met resistance from the County and local residents as the road is recognized as an important connector road. Kinney said he is waiting for a report to determine if an overpass can be installed at that location and what the possible cost may be. The latest Union Pacific offer is $250,000 to close the crossing.



Motion was made by Supervisor Srp to not accept the Union Pacific’s current offer of $250,000 to close the 350th Avenue railroad crossing.



Roll Call: Srp: Yes; Determann: Yes; Hamerlinck: Yes. Motion carried.



The Board of Supervisors approved the following claims be allowed and checks issued on the various funds in payment thereof:

Vendor Name

Payable Description

Total Payments

ACCURACY INC DBA ULTRAMAX AMMUNITION

SUPPLIES $324.00

ACKERMAN, RAYMOND B JR

SERVICES $480.38

ACKERMAN, RAYMOND B JR DBA COMPASSIONATE CARE

SERVICES $336.61

ALL PETS MOBILE CLINIC

SERVICES $500.00

ALLIANT ENERGY DBA INTERSTATE LIGHT/POWER CO

SERVICE $490.52

ALLIED SERVICES LLC DBA REPUBLIC SERVICES

SERVICE $2,217.54

ALTORFER INC

SERVICE $1,277.48

B I INC

SERVICES $699.75

BADTRAM, REBECCA L

MILEAGE REIMB $154.05

BOSS INC

SUPPLIES $1,160.23

BRIDGEVIEW COMH CENTER

SERVICES $13,283.85

BRINKMAN BUILDING CENTER INC

SUPPLIES $24.78

BRUCES AUTO BODY REPAIR CENTER

SERVICE $420.00

BURMEISTER, GARY L

GROUNDS CARE $144.00

BUSSIE, STACEY J

MEAL REIMB $8.87

CALLTELE INC DBA CTI TECHNOLOGY

EQUIPMENT $1,550.00

CENTURYLINK

SERVICE $2,175.80

CHAD BEHRENS LLC DBA BURKE ELECTRIC

REPAIR SERVICE $2,015.16

CHARM-TEX INC

SUPPLIES $830.80

CHATHAM OAKS INC

SERVICE $2,292.69

CITIBANK N A HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICE

SUPPLIES $1,000.95

CLINTON CO AREA SOLID WASTE AGENCY

SERVICE $91.25

CLINTON COUNTY

REIMBURSEMENT $57.90

CLINTON COUNTY AUDITOR

REIMBURSEMENT $219.28

CLINTON COUNTY SHERIFF

SERVICE $596.18

CLINTON MUNICIPAL TRANSIT ADM

TRANSPORTATION $412.00

CLINTON, CITY OF

SEWER SERVICE $4,098.47

CLINTON, CITY OF EMPLOYEE HEALTH INS TRUST

PREMIUMS $3,281.00

CLINTON, CITY OF HOUSING AUTH

SCHOOL READY $100.00

COAST TO COAST COMPUTER PRODUCTS

SUPPLIES $449.96

COMPANY ONE FIRE SUPPRESSION

RECERTIFICATION $1,972.65

DAU, ERIC M

CELL PHONE REIMB $50.00

DELTA DENTAL OF IOWA

PREMIUMS $118.25

DEWITT OBSERVER PUBLISHING CO DBA THE OBSERVER

PUBLICATION $2,461.42

DEWITT OFFICE CENTER DBA THE OFFICE CENTER

SUPPLIES $22.20

DEWITT, CITY OF

WATER/SEWER $41.29

DHS CASHIER

SERVICE $7,296.38

DUBUQUE COUNTY SHERIFF

INMATE HOUSING $11,495.00

EASTERN IOWA TIRE INC

VEHICLE MAINT $33.55

EILERS, STANLEY G MD

SERVICES $4,400.00

EMC NATIONAL LIFE CO

PREMIUMS $18.60

ERNST, SHONA

MEI SERVICES $203.88

F & B COMMUNICATIONS INC

SERVICE $302.56

FAUROTE-EGBERS, LINDA

TRANSCRIPTS $40.15

FORRET, LORI

GROUNDS CARE $590.80

GARAGE INC, THE

VEHICLE MAINT $191.13

GATEWAY SUPPLY LTD

SUPPLIES $1,089.76

GAUDET, EDWARD J

MILEAGE REIMB $58.50

GENESIS MEDICAL CENTER GENESIS HEALTH SYSTEM

EAP SERVICES $741.60

GENESIS VNA & HOSPICE

SERVICES $21,784.60

GLB 3 INC DBA MJ'S EAST AMOCO

FUEL $158.82

GLOBAL MED INDUSTRIES LLC DBA HEARTSMART.COM

SUPPLIES $67.00

GLOVE PLANET LLC DBA LABSOURCE INC

SUPPLIES $690.00

GRAND MOUND COOPERATIVE TELEPHONE ASSOC

SERVICE $2,162.82

GREAT PLAINS LODGING VI LLC DBA HILTON GARDEN INN

LODGING $300.29

GREENFLY NETWORKS INC DBA CLEARFLY COMMUNICATIONS

SERVICE $516.79

GUARDIAN ANGELS SERVICES LLC

SERVICES $125.00

H F AG SERVICES INC CLINTON FEED & GRAIN INC

SUPPLIES $290.00

HAACK LAWN CARE LLC

GROUNDS CARE $923.10

HARTZ INC DBA HARTZ LOCK CO

SUPPLIES SERVICE $683.35

HILLCREST FAMILY SERVICES

SERVICES $186.60

HINTZ, GARY L DBA HINTZ LAWN SERVICE

GROUNDS CARE $265.25

HOOVER, GREGORY J DBA HOOVER LAWN & SNOW

GROUNDS CARE $1,097.20

HOWARD, DANNIE E

CELL PHONE REIMB $50.00

HY-VEE INC

PROVISIONS $476.69

I E M S A

REGISTRATION $500.00

IIW PC

SERVICE $210.00

IMAGINE THE POSSIBILITIES INC

SERVICES $4,921.88

IOWA AMERICAN WATER CO

UTILITY ASSISTANCE $485.16

IOWA AMERICAN WATER CO

SERVICE $879.11

IOWA COUNTY ATTORNEYS ASSOC

REGISTRATION $650.00

IOWA LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY

RECERTIFICATION $150.00

IOWA MUNICIPALITIES WORKERS COMPENSATION ASSOCIATION

PREMIUMS $11,559.00

IOWA STATE ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES

REGISTRATION $210.00

ITSAVVY LLC

EQUIPMENT $6,824.30

JACKSON COUNTY SHERIFF

SHERIFF SERVICES $32.00

JACOBS, DON P DBA JACOBS APPRAISAL SERVICES

SERVICES $400.00

JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL

SUPPLIES $105.84

K & S H2O INC DBA CULLIGAN OF CLINTON

SERVICE $24.80

KNESS, CHANCE

REIMBURSEMENT $55.33

KNIGHT, RYAN J

MILEAGE REIMB $63.18

KNOWBE4 INC

SUBSCRIPTION $4,124.64

KRAUSE WELDING & REPAIR

REPAIR SERVICE $395.36

KWIK TRIP INC

FUEL $537.96

LANDON, ROBYN S

MILEAGE REIMB $43.68

LAURITZEN AUTOMOTIVE INC

VEHICLE MAINT $35.43

LECTRONICS INC

SERVICE $1,798.50

LEMKE FUNERAL HOMES LLC

BURIAL ASSISTANCE$1,000.00

LERUP ASSETS LLC

RENT ASSISTANCE $350.00

LINDEN, PRISCILLA K

EXPENSE REIMB $194.54

LIVESAY, RODNEY

MEI FEES $142.08

LOST NATION-ELWOOD TELEPHONE

SERVICE $599.79

M J CALCOTE INC DBA KENDRICK PEST CONTROL

SERVICE $175.00

MAIL SERVICES LLC

SERVICES $1,825.44

MANNING, ALICIA A

MILEAGE REIMB $101.40

MARSHALL, MICHAEL E DBA MARSHALL FARMS

GROUNDS CARE $103.00

MASTERCARD

AUG PAYMENT $4,509.39

MAYER LONERGAN & ROLFES

LEGAL REP $666.00

MCI COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES

SERVICE $11.09

MEDIACOM COMMUNICATIONS CORP

SERVICE $4,100.00

MEDIAPOLIS CARE FACILITY INC

SERVICES $14,418.42

MEIER, RANDALL M

MILEAGE REIMB $20.63

MIDWEST BUSINESS PRODUCTS

SERVICE $11.81

MILES CO-OP TELEPHONE ASSN

SERVICE $94.13

MORELAND, JOHN S

REIMBURSEMENT $640.44

MULGREW OIL CO DBA R & K OIL CORPORATION

FUEL $996.04

MUSCATINE COUNTY SHERIFF

HOUSING $15,180.00

MUSSMANN, MARK C

MILEAGE MEALS $105.72

NAT'L EMERGENCY NUMBER ASSOC.

ENP MANUAL $100.00

NEILL A KROEGER PC

LEGAL REP $90.00

NEOPOST USA INC DBA HASLER

METER RENTAL $199.17

NEWMAN'S CLEANING SYSTEMS INC

SERVICE $3,099.00

NEWSPAPER HOLDING INC DBA CLINTON HERALD

SUBSCRIPTION $188.10

O'DONNELL ACE HARDWARE

SUPPLIES $312.27

OFFICE ALLY INC

SERVICE $19.95

OFFICE MACHINE CONSULTANTS INC

MAINT CONTRACT $172.97

OLDSEN, SARAH E DBA LAW OFFICE OF SARAH OLDSEN

LEGAL SERVICES $930.00

ON-SITE INFORMATION DESTRUCTION SERVICES OF IOWA

SERVICE $147.00

OSARO, ODUAH DANIEL MD

STIPEND $500.00

PAARMANN, DAVID G

GROUNDS CARE $49.40

PARKER CASSIDY SUPPLY COMPANY

EQUIPMENT $76.92

PATHWAY LIVING CENTER INC

SERVICES $31,438.46

PAUL H SHAFF HOME FARM TRUST

GROUNDS CARE $25.56

PAYSEN, HOWARD M

ASST RAD OFFICER $68.00

PETERSEN, DR. ERIC S

SERVICES $600.00

PINNEY PRINTING COMPANY

SUPPLIES $157.50

PLUNKETT'S PEST CONTROL INC

PEST CONTROL $118.74

PRESTON TELEPHONE COMPANY

SERVICE $93.22

QUILL CORPORATION

SUPPLIES $1,217.72

R H A SERVICE INC

REPAIR SERVICE $2,000.42

R K DIXON COMPANY COMMAND BUSINESS SYSTEMS

COPIER LEASE $346.83

RACOM CORPORATION

EQUIPMENT/INSTALLATION
$1,942.83

RAMIREZ, STEPHEN M

MEI SERVICES $104.96

REPORTING ASSOCIATES CO

TRANSCRIPTS $298.45

RIVER CITY DISPOSAL

SERVICES $65.00

RK GRAPHICS RK AUTOGRAPHICS INC

REPAIR SERVICE $150.00

ROGIS, DAVID GLEN

MEI SERVICES $149.76

SECRETARY OF STATE

NOTARY RENEWAL $30.00

SHAH, PANKAJ C DBA TRAVEL INN

LODGING $940.80

SHELL FLEET CARD PLUS

FUEL $154.11

SIMMONS, BURTON A

RAD OFFICER $340.00

SIVRIGHT, CHRISTOPHER J

MEAL REIMB $6.08

SOENKSEN, ALLAN L

MEAL REIMB $5.84

SONJON ENTERPRISES INC DBA ROTO ROOTER SEWER

SERVICE $260.00

STANKEE, CHRISTY

MEI SERVICES $291.84

STETSON BUILDING PRODUCTS INC

SUPPLIES $85.88

STODDARD, TAMI K

EXPENSE REIMB $25.52

SYSCO IOWA INC

PROVISIONS/SUPPLIES
$12,101.60

TANDEM TIRE & AUTO SERVICE INC

VEHICLE MAINT $67.55

TEMP ASSOCIATES IOWA INC

TEMP SERVICES $691.20

THE PERFECT ANSWER INC/ANSWERING INNOVATIONS LLC

SERVICE $91.64

TIRES N' MORE HARRY'S FARM TIRE INC

VEHICLE MAINT $51.85

TRUENORTH COMPANIES LC DBA R J LEE & ASSOCIATES LLP

CONSULTING FEE $22,800.00

TURNER, WILLIAM L

RENT ASSISTANCE $400.00

TYLER TECHNOLOGIES INC

SERVICE/SUPPORT $8,679.99

UNIFORM DEN INC

UNIFORMS $1,062.60

UNITED STATES CELLULAR CORP

SERVICE $507.42

VERIZON WIRELESS SERVICES LLC DBA VERIZON WIRELESS

SERVICE $774.91

VOGEL, BRENT M

CELL PHONE REIMB $50.00

W W GRAINGER INC DBA GRAINGER

SUPPLIES $175.84

WAGNER FAMILY ENTERPRISES INC DBA THE TONER PLACE

SUPPLIES $118.50

WAGNER PHARMACY

PRESCRIPTION $799.78

WELLS FARGO FINANCIAL LEASING

COPIER LEASE $391.74

WENZEL, WILLIAM D

GROUNDS CARE $585.25

WEST PAYMENT GROUP WEST PUBLISHING CORP

SUBSCRIPTION $216.00

WESTON REPORTING

TRANSCRIPTS $258.40

WHITESIDE COUNTY, M A B A S DIVISION 30

DUES $225.00

WIEGE PROPERTIES

RENT ASSISTANCE $200.00

WINDSTREAM IOWA COMMUNICATIONS INC

SERVICE $11.26

WITT'S SMALL ENGINE CLINIC INC

PARTS $49.90

WOLFE, JOHN J JR

LEGAL REP $306.00

WULF, TODD

RENT ASSISTANCE $200.00

XEROX CORPORATION

COPIER CONTRACT $50.35

YORKTOWN INDUSTRIES IND INC

SUPPLIES $428.40

ZAPD INVESTMENTS

RENT ASSISTANCE $200.00

$279,147.30

Fund Summary



Fund Expense Amount



0001 - GENERAL BASIC

$156,166.91



0002 - GENERAL SUPPLEMENTAL

$15,656.32



0010 - MH-DD SERVICES FUND

$76,805.23



0011 - RURAL SERVICES BASIC

$164.00



0021 - PIONEER CEMETERY

$3,758.00



0027 - COMMISSARY

$830.80



0028 - CHAPTER 809A

$500.00



4000 - EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT SERVICES

$2,267.88



4010 - E911

$8,268.98



4100 - COUNTY ASSESSOR

$649.73



4110 - CITY ASSESSOR

$5,147.37



5120 - SCHOOL READY

$3,653.52



5121 - EARLY CHILDHOOD IOWA

$4,536.96



8500 - CLINTON COUNTY BENEFIT TRUST

$741.60



Grand Total: $279,147.30



The Board of Supervisors adjourned to meet on Monday, August 21, 2017.


Eric Van Lancker
County Auditor

Shawn A. Hamerlinck

Chairperson

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