WARRICK COUNTY SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT BOARD MEETING MINUTES 08-15-13 The Warrick County Solid Waste Management District meeting was called to order with Don Williams presiding. The call of roll showed the following to be present: Don Williams, Allan Holweger, Alonzo Moore, Richard Reid, Ron Tubbs and Marlin Weisheit. Also present were Scott Anslinger, Jamie Arvin, Todd Glass, Michele Wallace and Trayce Wilson. Not in

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WARRI
CK COUNTY SOLID WASTE


MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

BOARD MEETING MINUTES

08
-
15
-
13



The Warric
k County Solid Waste
Management District meeting was c
alled to order with Don
Williams

p
residing. The call of roll showed the following to be present
: Don Williams
,
Allan
Holweger, Alonzo Moore
, Richard Reid
, Ron Tubbs

and Marlin Weisheit.
Also present were

Scott Ans
li
nger,
Jamie Arvin,

Todd Glass,
Mi
chele Wallace and Trayce Wilson. Not in
attendance was Mayor Pam Hendrickson.




Public Comment
:

There was no public comment.



Minutes:



Allan Holweger
made motion to approve the
July 18, 2013 minutes. Marlin Weisheit seco
nded
motion. Motion carried 5
-
0
. Alonzo Moore abstained.



Controllers Report and Claims:

Trayce Wilson reported
that as of July 31
, 2013

the District ended

with a balance of
$2,267,561.76. As discussed previously, Trayce contacted Boonville Federal Savings Bank
about the requirement of counter signatures
on checks. Boonville Federal stated t
he District
could use the checks they have currently for two signatures. Boonville Federal would need a
copy of the minutes when the motion was made by th
e board. Trayce and Scott Anslinger
discussed naming three people who could sign checks, as precauti
on, with Trayce and Scott
being two options and the third being Don Williams as President of the Board. Allan Holweger
made motion to approve Trayce Wilson, Scott Ansl
inger and President of the
District
’s Board
has signatory authorization for checking.
Ron Tubbs seconded motion. Motion carried.



Trayce also
reported the District had claims totaling

$121,833.97

that needed to be appro
ved for
payment. Richard Reid
made motion to approve all
properly
documented claims. Allan
Holweger
seconded motion.

Motion c
arried.


Operations Manager’s Report:


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Concrete Work Estimates:

Michele previously informed the board about the
deterio
rating condition of the asphalt in front o
f the shop and compactor area at

Pelzer
Road. Due to other conflicting projects
the Warrick County Highway Department is
not able to complete this work. Michele contacted three companies and requested
quotes for
the removal of the existing asphalt and to replace with reinforced c
oncrete.
Michele recommended awarding Gourley Construction LLC, who had the cheapest
quote, with the project. Marlin Weisheit made motion to approve utilizing Gour
ley
Construction LLC
wi
th removal of asphalt and replacement of reinforced concrete at
Pelzer Road in front of the shop and compactor area

for the amount of $9,250. Allan
Holweger seconded motion. Motion carried.









Superintendent’s Report:


Scott Anslinger reported:

A.

Safety (OSHA & Liability):

Efforts to put safety measures in place have been
ongoing

at all District sites, installation of safety
guard rails on the ramp at

Pelzer
Road were initiated
months
before the
July 24
th

incident.
S
afety issues identified by
the

District’s liability insurance carrier and potential OSHA violations are being
addressed at Pelzer Road. Michele W
allace has been instrumental in
improving areas
of concern
: faulty equipment has been replaced, proper lighting and signage showing
designat
ed exits have been installed, housekeeping has greatl
y improved in the shop
area,
as aforementioned safety rails are being installed to preve
nt additional falls on
the ramp and a rail will be installed on one side of the cardboard container at Casey
Road.

B.

Staffing Update
-
Laborer’s Position:
Scott provided the board with the finalized

laborer/driver job description to be approved.
This position will be funded by the
District’s loss of a full time t
ruck driver due to retirement. This position is designed
with two titles, laborer and CDL driver, when the employee is performing general
labor assigned by Michele they will be paid $11.15/hr. and when the employee is
being utilized as a

CDL

roll
-
off truck dri
ver they will be paid $16.01/hr.. Richard
Reid made
motion to approve the
finalized job description for laborer/driver and to
fill the position. Ron Tubbs seconded motion. Motion carried.

C.

2014 Budget:
Scott presented the board with the D
istrict’s proposed 2014 budget for
their review.
Scott and Trayce W
ilson worked diligently to
develop a solid budget by
removing
all purchases not critical to District operations

and including the operation
costs associated with the new processing facility
: employee salaries, utilities and
proj
ected increased insurance costs. The budget does not include construction,
equipment purchase costs and repayment costs for a loan or bond on the new facility.
Scott and Trayce met with Rob Norris, representative from State Department of Local
Government

Finance (DLGF), and learned that the District is collecting less than half
of what is currently allowed in our property tax levy
. DLGF allowed the District to
increase their budget by 5% to account for the general operational expense increases
and DLGF a
pproved the District to collect 0.0721 per hundred of assessed value from
their property tax levy in their 2014 budget
. Mr. Norris noted the money under the
District’s tax levy (1/3 of a quarter) is not available for use by any other
governmental entity,
if the money is not used it is lost.

D.

Recycling Sorting & Processing

Facility
:
The budget presently shows that it is not
feasible for the District to operate a sorting and processing center of the magnitude
previously di
scussed. Scott requested the Buildi
ng Committee meet and review
options available and present recommendations to the board. Don Williams
, Allan
Holweger and Ron Tubbs tentatively
stated

they would meet on

Wednesday 08
-
28
-
13

at 10:00am in the commissioner’s meeting room.









Attorney’s Report:

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Handbook:

Mr. Glass presented the board
with copies of the revised employee policy
handbook for review between now and the September 19, 2013 board meeting. Mr.
Glass

and Scott Anslinger

requested the Personnel Committee

convene

once before
the next meeting to do a final run through. District
’s

management will review the
revised handbook with Mr. Glass also before the next board meeting. At the next
board meeting Mr. Glass
will seek boa
rd approval and then the District would put the
revised em
ployee policy handbook in place. Don Williams recommended the
handbook have a separate acknowledgment for employees to sign on the last page.




B.

Pelzer Road Lease:

Mr. Glass stated the County
Attorney
, Adam Long,

is aware of
possibly leasing land if any project moved forward in the Pelzer Road property.

C.

Other:
Mr. Glass stated the second EEOC complaint has been finalized.




Other Business:

The next regular board meeting will be September
19, 2013 at noon in the commissioner’s
meeting room.


Adjournment:

Richard Reid
made motion to adjourn, seconded by

Marlin Weisheit.
Motion carried.


Submitted By:

Jamie Arvin

Administrative Assistant