Marshall County Board of Supervisors

Regular Session April 26, 2022, at 9:05 a.m.

Marshall County Election Center, 107 S 1st Avenue, Marshalltown, Iowa

AGENDA


1.

Call to Order.

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Notice to the Public

The Board of Supervisors welcomes comments from the public during the time allowed for discussion. You are requested to approach the microphone, state your name for the record and limit the time used to present your remarks in order that others may be given the opportunity to speak. The normal process on any agenda item is for the Chairperson to read the item from the agenda. The Board is given an opportunity to comment on the issue and/or place a motion on the floor. An opportunity for discussion may be presented at which time the public may participate and a roll call vote will follow.

2.

Pledge of Allegiance

3.

Roll Call.


Present __ / Absent __/ By ZOOM __Present __ / Absent __/ By ZOOM __
Present __ / Absent __/ By ZOOM __
THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member
4.

Approve Agenda.

 Motion by _________________, second by ________________.




THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member
5.

Service Awards

  • Melinda Mullins, Clerical, Sheriff's Office, 20 Years
  • Christopher Christensen, Jailer, 5 Years
  • MIchael Malloy, Patrolman 2, Secondary Roads, 5 Years
  • Scott Jorpeland, Truck Driver 3, Secondary Roads, 5 Years


6.

Consent Agenda:

6.A.

Approve Regular Session Minutes, April 12, 2022, and March 2022 bill list.

6.B.

Approve Special Session Minutes, April 19, 2022

6.C.

Approve claims as audited and authorize the County Auditor and Recorder to issue payment of the same. The listing of claims paid at this meeting and all claims paid in the current month will be published as part of the first meeting of the following month.

6.D.

File Clerk of District Court Report: March 2022. General Supplemental Fund Surcharge- $460.20

6.E.

File Manure Management Plans

  • PI-295 ID65971  1670 170th St Clemons, added acres
  • PI-296 ID65970 1806 170th St Clemons, added acres
  • PI-333 ID67102 1444 148th St Clemons, added acres
6.F.

End of Consent Agenda. Roll call vote:

 Motion by _________________, second by ________________.




THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member
7.

Consider acquisition of 2 parcels near 901 E Boone Street, approximately 2 acres, from the City of Marshalltown. Discussion, possible action.

 Motion by _________________, second by ________________ to _____________ and authorize the Chair to sign an agreement relating to payment of survey expenses.




THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member
8.

Approve Award of Contract and Authorize Chair to sign Contract and Bond with Manatt's Inc., of Brooklyn, Iowa, for road improvements on S52 and E63, $2,186,634.75.

  1. Project FM-C064(135)--55-64 for HMA Resurfacing with Milling on S52, from E63(295th St) South 1.25 miles to IA Hwy 3302)
  2.  Project STBG-SWAP-C064(136)--FG-64 for HMA Pavement Widening / HMA Resurfacing on E63, from Story Co Line East 5 miles to IA Hwy 330

 Motion by _________________, second by ________________ to approve Award of Contract and Authorize Chair to sign Contract and Bond with Manatt's Inc., of Brooklyn, Iowa,  for road improvement on S52 and E63,  Project FM-C064(135)--55-64 and Project STBG-SWAP-C064(136)--FG-64, HMA Pavement Widening/HMA Resurfacing, in the amount of $2,186,634.75.




THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member
9.

Approve Breiholz Construction Company Courthouse Construction Change Orders

 Change Order Detail                                                     Cost 

  • 1    COR 16: Attic Sprinkler                            6,361.86 
  • 2    COR 17: Drywall and Framing               81,709.68 
  • 3    COR 20: ASI 45                                       8,960.34 
  • 4    COR 21: South Entry Door                      9,688.22 
  • 5    COR 22: PR 15 Cover Electric Panel         941.27 
  • 6    COR 23: ASI 42 Pre-Action Enclosure     4,721.72 
  • 7    COR 24: ASI 41 Corridor Lighting            3,448.71 
  • 8    COR 25: Framing and Drywall                    902.46 
  • 9    COR26: ASI 47 Revised Duct Layout    17,139.83 
  • 10    COR 27: RFI 81 Shaft Wall                    4,292.77
  •                   PR 14: Wood Refinishing    
  • 11a        Wainscot                                       142,319.00 
  • 11b        Door Frames                                 103,138.00 
  • 11c        Windows                                        167,921.00

                                                              Total:     551,544.86 

 


 Motion by _________________, second by ________________ to approve Breiholz Construction Company Change orders in the amount of ____________________________.




THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member
10.

Personnel Changes:

10.A.

New Conservation Board Season Hires

Conservation Board Seasonal Temporary Hires:

  1. Ethan Meyer, 40 hours per week, $10.25/hr, start on or after 5-16-2022, end date 8-27-2022.
  2. Hunter Hughlette, 40 hours per week. $10.25/hr, start on or after 5-16-2022, end date 8-27-2022.
  3. Bill Carey, 40 hours per week. $14.00/hr, start on or after 5-14-2022, end date 8-27-2022.
  4. Julie Stahl, 40 hours per week. $12.88/hr, start on or after 4-05-2022, end date 9-24-2022.

 Motion by _________________, second by ________________.




THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member
10.B.

Approve Personnel Actions: June 7th Primary Election - Election Pay Rate Change:

  1. Hire, Precinct Election Officials, Elections, rate of pay $10/hour, effective June 7, 2022, only, all Polling Locations.
  2. Hire, Precinct Election Official Chairs, Elections, rate of pay $12/hour, effective June 7, 2022, only, all Polling Locations.
  3. Hire, up to 8 additional full-time equivalent people, Election Absentee Voting Worker, rate of pay $10/hour, effective May 2, 2022, through June 14, 2022.
  4. Hire, Election Special Precinct Board, Up to 21 people, Elections, rate of pay $10/hour, effective June 6, 2022, through June 8, 2022.
  5. Hire, Health Care Facility Officials, Up to 21 people, Elections, rate of pay $10/hour, effective May 16, 2022, through June 6, 2022.
  6. Change Rate of Pay for Carol Slifer, Election Office Staff effective May 1, 2022, to $14/hour
  7. Hire, Phyllis Eygabroad, Election Office Staff on or after May 1, 2022, to $12/hour

 Motion by _________________, second by ________________.




THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member
11.

Adopt Resolution 2022-0018 Allocation of $7,646,967.00 of Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF) as Lost Revenue. Discussion, action.

  • Whereas in March 2021, the federal government established the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA), which included the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF) to provide state, local and Tribal governments with the resources needed to respond to the pandemic and its economic effects; and
  • Whereas the US Department of the Treasury issued an Interim Final Rule implementing the SLFRF program on May 10, 2021, which included replacing lost revenue to County governments; and
  • Whereas On January 6, 2022, the Treasury issued final rules for the SLFRF Program, including authorization for Counties to allocate up to $10,000,000 of their total SLFRF allocation as lost revenue to spend on government services; and
  • Whereas the Marshall County Board of Supervisors find this reallocation to be in the best interest of the residents of Marshall County.
  • NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Marshall County Board of Supervisors to approve allocation of $7,646,967 of its total SLFRF allocation as lost revenue to spend on government services.
  • This Resolution shall be in effect after approval and signature of the Board Chairman as required by law.
  • Resolution passed and adopted this ___  day of April, 2022.

 Motion by _________________, second by ________________.




THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member
12.

Marshall County Hazard Mitigation Grant Application, Siren project. Discussion, possible action.

 Motion by _________________, second by ________________.




THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member
13.

Approve Renewal of HealthPartners UnityPoint Health, Inc. Agreement, for the Marshall County Medical Benefit Plan, effective July 1, 2022, and authorize Chair to sign. Discussion and action.

Motion by ________, second by _________, to ________ the renewal with HealthPartners UnityPoint Health, Inc., and authorize Chair to sign.




THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member
14.

Approve Renewal of the contract with Delta Dental Plan of Iowa for the Marshall County Employee Dental Benefit Plan, effective July 1, 2022 - June 30, 2023, and authorize chair to sign. Discussion and action.

Motion by _________, second by _________, to _________ the renewal with Delta Dental Plan of Iowa and authorize Chair to sign.




THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member
15.

Approve Sourcewell Employee Benefits Program Renewal for Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D), and Long Term (LTD) and Short Term (STD) Disability benefits from July 1, 2022, thru June 30, 2023, and authorize chair to sign. Discussion and possible action.

Motion by _________________, second by ________________ to ________ the Sourcewell Employee Benefits Program Renewal for Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D), and Long Term (LTD) and Short Term (STD) Disability benefits from July 1, 2022, thru June 30, 2023, and authorize chair to sign.  




THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member
16.

Approve Voluntary Insurance Coverage for Accident Expense and Critical Illness, possible change of providers from Colonial Life to Assurity Life Insurance Company beginning July 1, 2022, and authorize Chair to sign. Discussion and possible action.

Motion by _________________, second by ________________ to ____________ and authorize Chair to sign.




THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member
17.

Items previously tabled:

17.A.

Tabled: Review and possible Approval of selected project expenditures recommended by the Marshall County ARPA Committee, to be paid from the AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN ACT (ARPA) FUND

PROJECTS recommended by ARPA Committee at their meeting 2/1/2022:

Tabled "without specific date":  

  • Mental Health Court, $229,000.00
  •  Assist LeGrand for radio equipment acquisition, 50% of purchase price, $16,099.26
  • Assist Timber Creek  Township for radio equipment acquisition, 50% of purchase price, $17,154.76.

 Motion by _________________, second by ________________, to remove item from table for discussion and possible action.




THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member


 Motion by _________________, second by ________________, to _____________________________.




THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member


18.

Public Forum. Time set aside for the public to make comments on topics of County business other than those listed on this agenda. No action will be taken on any of these topics brought up in the public forum.

19.

Adjournment.

The next regular session is May 10, 2022, at 9:05 a.m. All business to be acted upon at that session should be submitted to the County Auditor and Recorder’s Office or the Board of Supervisors’ Office by Wednesday, May 4, 2022, at 12:00 p.m. There being no further business to come before the Board, the meeting is adjourned at _______a.m.

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