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Kendall County Coroner Board met November 7.

By Angelica Saylo Pilo | Dec 23, 2017

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Kendall County Coroner Board met Nov. 7.

Here is the minutes provided by the Board:

The Kendall County Board Meeting was held at the Kendall County Office Building, Room 209, in the City of Yorkville on Tuesday, November 7, 2017 at 6:20 p.m. The Clerk called the roll. Members present: Chairman Scott Gryder, Lynn Cullick, Bob Davidson, Elizabeth Flowers, Judy Gilmour, Audra Hendrix, Matt Kellogg, Matthew Prochaska, and John Purcell.

The Clerk reported to the Chairman that a quorum was present to conduct business.

THE MINUTES

Member Gilmour moved to approve the submitted minutes from the Adjourned County Board Meeting of 10/3/17. Member Davidson seconded the motion. Chairman Gryder asked for a voice vote on the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

THE AGENDA

Member Prochaska asked to swap items 10A and 10C and removing 12 A 7. Member Prochaska moved to approve the amended agenda. Member Cullick seconded the motion. Chairman Gryder asked for a voice vote on the motion. All members present voting aye except Purcell. Motion carried 8-1.

SPECIAL RECOGNITION

Elizabeth Van Holt from the Governor’s office presented the board with the harvest proclamation which authorizes a 45 day extension of a free permit for crop harvest to hold 10% more of their load.

Chairman Gryder stated the Saturday is Veteran’s Day and the VAC is going around the county with events all week. Thank you veterans!

CITIZENS TO BE HEARD

Todd Milliron thanked the finance committee for allowing him to sit in; he watched them cut out about $4 million from the budget. Mr. Milliron spoke about the Millington Road Bridge repairs and funding. He also spoke about the county not taking CPI this year.

Steve Drumm informed the board that his website is under way.

NEW BUSINESS

Security System Cameras

Member Gilmour moved to approve the security system upgrade change order #8 for camera changes in an amount not to exceed $45,335.67 from line item #7502-000-6652 (contingency). Member Prochaska seconded the motion.

Craig Clary from Dewberry Architects spoke about replacing the cameras at the courthouse so that the whole parking lot can be viewed. Members discussed costs.

Chairman Gryder asked for a roll call vote on the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

Vehicle Maintenance Contract

Member Prochaska moved to approve the Sheriff’s Office vehicle maintenance contract to Gjovik Ford for a 2 year contract, December 1, 2017 to December 1, 2019 with an option for a 2-year extension for December 2019 to December 2021 with written notice form the county. Member Purcell seconded the motion. Chairman Gryder asked for a roll call vote on the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

A complete copy of IGAM 17-34 is available in the Office of the County Clerk.

Kendall County Drug Court

Member Prochaska moved to approve the agreement between Kendall County and Gateway Foundation Inc. for residential treatment services as part of the Kendall County Drug Court. Member Kellogg seconded the motion. Chairman Gryder asked for a roll call vote on the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

A complete copy of IGAM 17-35 is available in the Office of the County Clerk.

STANDING COMMITTEE REPORTS

Administration/HR

Employee Wellness Program

Member Cullick moved to approve the county employee wellness program effective January 1, 2019 with a mandatory physical/health screening completed by December 1, 2018. Member Gilmour seconded the motion.

Members discussed the health benefits to the employees for early detection and the potential cost savings.

Chairman Gryder asked for a roll call vote on the motion. All members present voting aye except Hendrix who voted nay. Motion carried 8-1.

Proven IT Contract

Member Cullick moved to approve a new one-year contract with Proven IT for toner purchase and printer repair to be paid from Technology account #0102-033-6587 (printer expense). Member Gilmour seconded the motion. Chairman Gryder asked for a roll call vote on the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

Employee Health Insurance

Member Cullick moved to approve United Health Care as the lowest responsible bidder for employee health insurance. Member Gilmour seconded the motion.

Jim Pajauskas gave the board a brief overview of the bid process. The board reviewed the plan designs and rates from 2017 and proposed 2018 along with the network providers.

Chairman Gryder asked for a roll call vote on the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

Employee Dental Insurance

Member Cullick moved to approve United Health Care as the lowest responsible bidder for employee dental insurance. Member Kellogg seconded the motion.

Jim Pajauskas stated that United Health Care is offering an implementation credit along with a 1% off of the health insurance for offering multiple programs.

Chairman Gryder asked for a roll call vote on the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

Employee Life and Optional Life Insurance

Member Cullick moved to approve United Health Care as the lowest responsible bidder for employee life and optional life insurance. Member Kellogg seconded the motion.

Jim Pajauskas stated that United Health Care program will cos $0.17 per $1,000 of coverage guaranteed for 2 years.

Chairman Gryder asked for a roll call vote on the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

Property, Casualty, Liability and Auto Insurance

Member Cullick moved to approve ICRMT as the lowest responsible bidder for property, casualty, liability and auto insurance. Member Gilmour seconded the motion.

Scott Koeppel stated that only one bid was received.

Chairman Gryder asked for a roll call vote on the motion. Members voting aye include Cullick, Flowers, Gilmour, Kellogg, Prochaska and Purcell. Members voting nay include Davidson, Gryder and Hendrix. Motion carried 6-3.

Finance

CLAIMS

Member Cullick moved to approve the claims submitted in the amount of $733,513.16; Grand Jurors claims in an amount not to exceed $268.49 and October Petit Jurors in the amount of $1,274.14. Member Gilmour seconded the motion.

COMBINED CLAIMS: FCLT MGMT $23,538.95, B&Z $342.54, CO CLK & RCDR $79.29, ED SRV REG $1,746.15, SHRFF $7,107.63, CRRCTNS $13,489.73, MERIT $260.00, EMA $171.72, CRCT CT CLK $1,874.91, JURY COMM $1,934.86, CRCT CT JDG $9,803.60, CRNR $5,415.36, CMB CRT SRV $19,583.55, PUB DFNDR $1,441.18, ST ATTY $1,649.57, SPRV OF ASSMNT $5,657.30, EMPLY HLTH INS $392,411.53, OFF OF ADM SRV $514.41, CO BRD $1,760.60, TECH SRV $9,619.50, CAP EXPND $1,935.00, ECON DEV $191.15, CO HWY $12,504.59, CO BRDG $35,437.64, TRNSPRT SALES TX $116,938.23, HLTH & HMN SRV $14,106.64, FRST PRSRV $1,611.45, ELLIS HS $549.33, ELLIS BRN $393.19, ELLIS BDAY PRTIES $69.84, ELLIS WDDNGS $2,000.00, HOOVER $1,141.64, ENV ED NTRL BGNNNGS $15.69, GRNDS & NTRL RSRCS $828.46, ANML CNTRL EXPND $257.45, ANML MED CR FND $350.00, ANML CNTRL EXPS $626.05, CO RCDR DOC STRG $5,787.90, SHRFF PRV ALC CRM $425.00, DRG ABS EXP $1,160.76, HIDTA $16,014.73, SHRFF RNG FND $89.58, COOK CO REIMB FND $4,450.84, CRT SEC FND $649.34, CRNR $601.96, PRBTN SRV $7,133.00, KC CT DRG FND $4,113.02, GIS $1,160.30, ENG/CNSLTG ESCRW $1,319.40, EMPLY BNFT PRGM $1,621.26, CO ANML POP CNTRL $1,104.06, VAC $6,811.70, CRNR SPCL FND $759.61, FP BND PRCDS ’07 $1,541.09

Chairman Gryder asked for a roll call vote on the motion. All members present voting aye except Purcell who voted present. Motion carried.

Coroner Claims

Member Cullick moved to approve the Coroner claims in an amount not to exceed $6,776.93. Member Gilmour seconded the motion. Chairman Gryder asked for a roll call vote on the motion. Members voting aye include Cullick, Flowers, Gilmour, Hendrix and Prochaska. Members voting nay include Davidson, Gryder and Kellogg. Member Purcell voted present. Motion carried 5-3-1.

Tentative 2017-2018 Fiscal Year Budget

Member Cullick made a motion to file the tentative fiscal year 2017-2018 County of Kendall, Illinois budget with the County Clerk. Member Flowers seconded the motion.

Member Purcell reviewed the general fund policy, the levy, transfers, expenditures and capital items.

Chairman Gryder asked for a roll call vote on the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

BREAK

RECONVENE

Facilities

Healy Bender Contract

Member Davidson moved to approve the Healy Bender contract for the Part 1 analysis of the County Office Building in the amount of $22,500.00. Member Hendrix seconded the motion.

Member Davidson stated that the board already voted on the item and this is directing the chairman to sign the contract. Members talked about what they will be doing for the county and the cost for the study.

Chairman Gryder asked for a roll call vote on the motion. Members voting aye include Davidson, Flowers, Gryder, Hendrix, Kellogg and Prochaska. Members voting nay include Cullick, Gilmour and Purcell. Motion carried 6-3.

Economic Development

Revolving Loan Fund recapture Strategy

Member Hendrix stated that the item is not ready.

Animal Control

Member Flowers reviewed the minutes in the packet from the October 25, 2017 meeting. Highway

There will be a special meeting on November 13, 2017 to discuss the Millington Road Bridge.

STANDING COMMITTEE MINUTES APPROVAL

Member Davidson moved to approve all of the Standing Committee Minutes and Reports. Member Flowers seconded the motion. Chairman Gryder asked for a voice vote on the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

SPECIAL COMMITTEE REPORTS

Kencom

Member Gilmour stated that they will be meeting on November 30, 2017.

Housing Authority

Member Prochaska stated that they will meet on November 11, 2017.

Historic Preservation

Member Flowers stated that the Oswego Historic Preservation Committee is looking for new members.

Board of Health

They will be discussing contributing to the budget for benefits.

Juvenile Justice Council

Member Gilmour stated that they will be meeting on November 14, 2017.

Board and Commissions Review Ad Hoc

No meeting dates scheduled. Members discussed when items will come before the board.

CITIZENS TO BE HEARD

Todd Milliron encouraged the board to have an email sent out for the match/non match for the health insurance providers. Mr. Milliron told the board that United Healthcare has a website for employees to search for their providers. Mr. Milliron spoke about the CPI.

ADJOURNMENT

Member Flowers moved to adjourn the County Board Meeting until the next scheduled meeting. Member Cullick seconded the motion. Chairman Gryder asked for a voice vote on the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

https://www.co.kendall.il.us/wp-content/uploads/November_7_2017-CB-Minutes.pdf

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