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March 17, 2021 at 9:30 AM - Finance Committee Meeting

Agenda
1 9:30 a.m.   Bonnie Friedrichs, County Clerk                 
1 1)  Bills to pay
1 COMMITTEE ACTION ONLY:  Motion to pay all bills as submitted.
2 9:35 a.m.   Janelle Mott, Financial Officer
2 1)  Child Care Fund’s monthly report (attachment #1)
3 9:40 a.m.   Mark Hall, Emergency Services Coordinator
3 1)  Colligo GIS (previously known as Coleman Engineering Co) Invoice  (attachment #2)
3  ACTION ITEM #1:  The Committee recommends we approve the Colligo GIS (previously known as Coleman Engineering Co) invoice for yearly maintenance agreement (1.1.21 – 12.31.21) on 911 mapping in the amount of $5,000.00 with  budgeted funds coming out of line item #211-325-955.006, as presented.  
3 2)   Power Outlet Upgrade 911 Center (attachment #3)
3 ACTION ITEM #2:  The Committee recommends we approve to correct the quote from Thunder Bay Electric in the amount of $4,845.00 for power outlet upgrade in the 911 Center with monies to come from the Building and Grounds Fund, as presented.
4 9:45 a.m.  Dave Guthrie, Remonumentation Director
4 1)  Professional Services Agreement with Lewis and Lewis Professional Surveying, Inc. for   Remonumentation Services   (attachment #4)
4 ACTION ITEM #3:  The Committee recommends we approve the
annual Professional Services Agreement for 2021 for Alpena County with
Lewis and Lewis Professional Surveying Inc. for Remonumentation Services
as presented.
4 2)   Professional Services Agreement with Huron Engineering & Surveying, Inc.
      for Remonumentation Services (attachment #5
4 ACTION ITEM #4:  The Committee recommends we approve the annual Professional  Services Agreement for 2021 for Alpena County with Huron Engineering & Surveying, Inc. for Remonumentation Services, as presented.
5 9:50 a.m.   Sgt. Christina Bednarski, Jail Administrator
5 1)  Advanced correctional Health Care Contract Renewal (attachment #6)
5 ACTION ITEM #5:  The Committee recommends we approve renewal of the jail medical contract agreement (April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022) for the provision of health care to incarcerated patients with Advanced Correctional Healthcare, Inc. at a 4% increase with the new cost $173,174.32, from line item 101-301-819, as presented.  This increase is included in the budget.
6 9:55 a.m.  Sheriff Steve Kieliszewski
6 1)   Pay Rate for Jail Administrator Christina Bednarski (attachment #7)
6 ACTION ITEM #6:  The Committee recommends to approve to pay Sgt. Christina Bednarski $1,500.00, the difference in pay for 240 hours since she started the position of Jail Administrator on March 1, 2021, along with associated costs of benefits with monies to be transferred from the Deputy Wage line item #101-301-703 to the Jail Administrator’s Wage line item #101-301-724, as presented.  
7 10:00 a.m.   Wes Wilder, Maintenance Superintendent
7 1)   Removal of Hazardous Material at the Fairgrounds (attachment #8)
7 ACTION ITEM #7:  The Committee recommends to approve the transfer of $3,500.00 from line item #101-265-801.001 into line item #101-268-801.001 (Professional Services Hazardous Waste Removal) to pay for removal of hazardous material at the Fairgrounds, as presented. 
7 2)   Repair of 2012 Ford F-250 Maintenance Plow Truck (attachment #9)
7 ACTION ITEM #8:  The Committee recommends to approve the Maintenance Superintendent’s request to transfer monies from the Fund Balance to line item #402-234-981.002 (Maintenance Vehicles) and retain the vehicle for use by the Maintenance Department, as presented. 
 
8 10:05 a.m.  Steve Smigelski, Airport manager
8 1)  Purchase of Floor Scrubbing Machine for the New Terminal (attachment #10)
Attachments: (1)
8 ACTION ITEM #:   The Committee recommends to approve the Airport Manager’s request to purchase a new floor scrubber for the new airport terminal for $3,399.00 and an additional #132.95 for the scrubber head (total cose $3,531.95) with monies coming from Equipment Maintenance line item #295-536-931, as presented.  This item is eligible for CARES Act reimbursement.
 
9 10:10 a.m.  Steve Mousseau, IT Director
9 1)  Promote Logan Kemp to Assistant IT Director (attachment #11)
9 ACTION ITEM #:  The Committee recommends to approve Logan Kemp’s promotion to Assistant IT Director with unbudgeted monies to be transferred from Software Line Item #101-958-728 to the wages line item #101-958-704, as presented.
10 10:15 a.m.   Gerald Fournier, Drain Commissioner
 
10 1)  Contract Amendment with Spicer Group to Furnish Professional Engineering Services – Beaver Lake (attachment #12)
10 ACTION ITEM #:  The Committee recommends to approve Gerald Fournier, Drain Commissioner, to sign the Amended Contract with Spicer Group for Professional Engineering Services regarding Beaver Lake in the amount of $76,000.00 to be invoiced monthly, pending attorney review.
11 10:20 a.m.  Jeff Kowalski, Chairman Parks Commissioner
11 1)  Parks Commission Resolution #21-01 2021 Waterways Grant Application (attachment #13)
11 ACTION ITEM #:  The Committee recommends to approve the Alpena County Parks Commission Resolution #21-01 -- 2021 Waterways Grant Application, as presented.
12 10:20 a.m.  Bill Peterson, Finance Chairman
12 1)  Expiration of Suspension of Email/Fax Chages (attachment #14)
Attachments: (1)
13 10:25 a.m.    Kim Ludlow/Cindy Cebula, County Treasurer/Deputy Treasurer
 
13 1)  Monthly Reports (attachment #15)
Attachments: (1)
13 2)   Transfer from Insurance Fund to General Fund (attachment #16)
13 ACTION ITEM #:  The Committee recommends we approve the Treasurer to transfer the 2021 budgeted amount of $51,000.00 from the Self Insurance Fund to the General Fund to cover HSA Incentives, which have been paid from the General Fund, as presented.
 

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