Carbon County Development Permit Package

SB 442 Override Letter - April 6

February 29, 2024

February 29, 2024
Commissioners Scott Miller, Scott Blain, and Bill Bullock, and Administrative Officer Angela Newell were present.
8:30 Pledge of Allegiance.
Discussion of Employee time status.
Discussed preparations for preliminary budgets, the County’s organizational structure, and planning for upcoming retirements.
Bullock moved to approve Bob Johnson for the Compensation Board for Dist. #1; Blain seconded; motion carried.
Blain discussed the pavement evaluation system offered by LTAP.
Bullock noted a the MACo Conference the Law and Justice Committee is considering a policy statement change regarding state cooperation in the creation of regional detention facilities.
10:00 County Attorney Alex Nixon met for his regular appointment. Discussed Sage Creek road issues. Discussed electrical issues in the Court House that took down phones for all county offices on Monday and left dispatch and the rest of the courthouse without internet for most of the day.
10:20 Contract Planner Forrest Mandeville joined the meeting. Mandeville noted there are a number of Subdivisions in process and he has a few pre-application meetings for additional subdivisions.
10:30 Mandeville and Clerk and Recorder Macque Bohleen joined the meeting regarding adopting the Revised Development Regulations. Mandeville and Newell confirmed there were no formal protests filed. Bullock moved to approve Resolution 2024-15 to Adopt Revised Development Regulations; Blain seconded; motion carried.
Bohleen discussed election judge trainings.
10:44 Bullock moved to approve employee time with notes made; Blain seconded; motion carried.
Bullock moved to offer the Building Maintenance Coordinator position to Scott Wilson; Blain seconded; motion carried.

11:00 Matt Eaton and Truman Neprud met for the Joliet Motor Grader Bid Opening. Two bids were received as follows:
o Tractor & Equipment: 2024 Caterpillar 160 – Net $477,000; less trade $82,000; total $395,000; delivery on or before 4/30/2025. Options: rear ripper included Postless Snow Wing $24,800 new or $7,400 for mounting kit to utilize the old wing; V-plow folding $11,900; V-plow fixed $2,600; Circle option unavailable.
o RDO: 2024 872 John Deere 872GP – Net $480,000; less trade $75,000; total $405,000; delivery 60 days from award date. Options: rear ripper included Postless Snow Wing Capitol I $24,800 or Little Falls $24,000; V-plow folding $28,900; V-plow fixed $15,000; Circle option $15,000.

11:30 Public Health Director Erin Cross met regarding the Crisis Coalition Bylaws and Limited Pharmacy Application. Cross presented an application for Limited Pharmacy Services which will allow Public Health to provide some treatments for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea as they begin testing for Sexually Transmitted Infections; Cross noted Public Health will also test for HCV, HIV, and Syphilis but will have to refer the patient for treatment by a physician. Bullock moved to approve limited Pharmacy MOU for onsite testing; Blain seconded; motion carried.
Behavioral Health Crisis Coalition By-Laws. Cross noted the Crisis Diversion Grant (CDG) would be used to provide any necessary funding related to coalition expenses as the Coalition is a requirement of the grant. The Coalition Coordinator position still needs to be filled. Discussion of Coalition membership and how membership is approved. Blain reviewed questions posed by Denise Rivette concerning the bylaws. Bullock moved to approve Coalition By-Laws as presented; Blain seconded; discussion of entity representatives and balancing representatives so entities have equal representation; Miller noted he was impressed with the last meeting he attended; motion carried.
Bullock moved to approve Commissioners’ Proceedings for February 15, 2024; Blain seconded; motion carried.
12:00 Adjourned.

Respectfully submitted: Angela Newell, Administrative Officer