Pike County Commission Minutes

June 17

Dan Miller called the meeting to order at 9 a.m., Curt Mitchell moved to accept the Agenda as presented; Jim Luebrecht seconded the motion. Motion carried

Miller yes, Luebrecht yes, and Mitchell yes.

Andar Johnson with Clean Line visited with Commission. Ms. Johnson invited the Commission and local businesses June 27 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. to the Knights of Columbus Hall in Hannibal. For a presentation and a meet and greet with the staff from Clean Line Energy. There will also be a public meeting Aug. 1 from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. at the Bowling Green High school on routing possibilities.

Representative Hansen stopped by with an American flag and a Missouri flag for the courthouse.

Carolyn Wisecarver met with the Commission to update them on projects PCDA is involved with.

The Commission visited  228, 230, 231, 232, 235, 240, 266, and 293. Road Supervisor was informed of their findings.

Commission review bills.

There being no other business before the County Commission at this time, the meeting thereupon was adjourned until, June 24, at 9 a.m.

June 20

Curt Mithcell called the meeting to order at 9:03 a.m., Curt Mitchell moved to accept the Agenda as presented; Jim Luebrecht seconded the motion. Motion carried

Luebrecht yes and Mitchell yes.

Sean O’Brien Road Supervisor reported projects on CR 235, 323, 103, and dust control are in progress or finished. SEMA will be here today at 2 p.m. to view the flood damage.

Curt Mitchell reported on the Highway 54 meeting he attended Wednesday. He relayed that the cost of the Champ Clark Bridge should cost less than originally estimated due to not needing a new navigation channel. Curt also reported that the Louisiana and Frankford state sheds were sold. The Eolia shed is still in negotiations with Pike Lincoln Tech. The Highway Commission will be holding its meeting at Tievoli Hills Sept. 10.

Commission review bills.

There being no other business before the County Commission at this time, the meeting thereupon was adjourned until, June 24, at 9 a.m.

June 24

Dan Miller called the meeting to order at 9:02 a.m., Curt Mitchell moved to accept the Agenda as presented; Jim Luebrecht seconded the motion. Motion carried

Miller yes, Luebrecht yes and Mitchell yes.

Richard Couch asked the Commission about maintaining Road 9111. Commission referred Mr. Couch to the Louisiana Special Road District.

Curt Mitchell motioned to accept resolution 1-2013 authorizing and directing county staff and consultants to take certain action with respect to a proposed project for Calumet Missouri, LLC. Jim Luebrecht seconded. Vote Miller yes, Mitchell yes and Luebrecht yes.

Curt Mitchell reported on the mayors meeting. Flooding was the main discussion.

Commissioners, PCDA, Assessor, and County Clerk attended the ground breaking ceremony for Calumet Missouri, LLC.

Commission review bills.

There being no other business before the County Commission at this time, the meeting thereupon was adjourned until, June 27, at 9 a.m.

June 27

Dan Miller called the meeting to order at 9 a.m., Curt Mitchell moved to accept the Agenda as presented; Jim Luebrecht seconded the motion. Motion carried

Miller yes, Luebrecht yes and Mitchell yes.

Sean O’Brien Road Supervisor project on CR 248 is complete. CR 48 will be placed on priority. Until then cold patch will be placed.

Lem Wells III addressed concerns he has with the new bridge being built on CR 481. Mr. Wells also would like some ditching and gravel on places. The Commission explained to Mr. Wells their concerns with public safety in this matter.

Sarah Cunningham 911 Coordinator presented information on the two 911 recorders. Three Bids were received. Nelson Systems 19000.00, A&W 21194.80, and Bus Comm 24451.38. Curt Mitchell made a motion to accept Nelson System’s Bid of 19000. Jim Luebrecht seconded. Vote Miller yes, Mitchell yes, and Luebrecht yes.

Carolyn Wisecarver PCDA, requesting repairs be made on the PCDA vehicle. Commission asked Sean O’Brien if their maintenance worker would have time to take a look at it. Mr. O’Brien indicated they could.

Betsy Barnes PCADD, presented the commission with PCADD’s current Audit.

Patty Fisher Extension, reported that a second Specialist would be hired. The position will be a Community Specialist working with organizations.

Commission review bills.

There being no other business before the County Commission at this time, the meeting thereupon was adjourned until, June 27, at 9 a.m.

 


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