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May 26, 2005
The meeting of the Finance Committee was called to order by Chair, Dan Priske at 4:30 PM on
Thursday, May 26, 2005, in the Green Lake County Board Room. The requirements of the open meeting law were certified as being met. Present:
to approve the agenda. Motion carried. MINUTES
to approve the minutes of April 28, 2005 as presented. Motion
None TREASURER’S REPORT
Morris sent the report to the committee. Morris stated that rates are going up. Her most
recent investments have been 3% or higher. She is getting rready to send out the reminder notices in
June for the second half taxes. Motion/second(Kasierski/Brennan)
to accept the Treasurer’s Report. Motion carried. DEPARTMENT HEAD – Bob Podgorski, Highway Commissioner
Podgorski appeared to discuss the 2005 highway budget. Things are okay except for winter
to approve the highway report. Motion carried. BUDGET REVIEW
The Committee reviewed the printout. Discussion was held on several specific accounts.
Dissing presented three adjustments, one for Risperdal/Contra injections; this is requested
because of the changes in Medicare; one for a grant amendment for $6250 for education for the
Medicare Part D and one for $8300 to move data from the County to the State. Motion/second(Brennan/Kasierski)
to approve the adjustments. Motion carried.
DIRECTIVE FOR 2006 BUDGET
Evans and Handel appeared to discuss the short fal s in the Law Enforcement budget for 2005,
which are fuel, prisoner medical, and some in prisoner board. Handel stated that a female has been hired for transports and boat patrol, which should help with overtime costs and law enforcement coverage. Discussion was held on e-85 fuel and that County departments should consider this feature when purchasing a vehicle.
The committee discussed the directive for the department heads for the 2006 budget.
that Departments are to provide a 0% budget increase excluding
personnel costs. Motion carried. RESOLUTIONS/ORDINANCES
None SUPERVISORS CLAIMS
The Committee reviewed the supervisor’s claims in the amount of $5,102.95.
to approve the supervisor’s claims. Motion carried. VOUCHERS
A list of Finance vouchers was presented for $ 16,643.06.
to approve the Finance vouchers for $16,643.06. Motion
carried. CLERK’S REPORT
Bostelmann explained that the audit is complete and she will contact Cohen to present the
audit at the August County Board meeting. COMMITTEE DISCUSSION
Future meeting dates:
Thursday, June 30, 2005 at 4:30 PM.
to adjourn at 5:40 PM. Motion carried.
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