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Minutes - BOCCCOMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS Week of August 28,1989 The Grant County Commissioners session was called to order at 9:00 a.m. by Chairman Glenn Chamberlain. All of the Commissioners were in attendance with the Clerk of the Board. The Commissioners approved the minutes of the precedding session. Chairman Chamberlain was authorized to sign the notice of separation or work interruption of Dale E. Morris and Brad Branson of the Mental Health Office. The Commissioners approved the purchase of a washing machine out of the capital outlay budget for the Juvenile Department in the amount of $557.93. The Commissioners approved the salary of Kimberly A. Allen of the Clerks Office at $1,210.50 per month effective September 1,1989. The Commissioners approved the salary of Leslie C. Braman of the Juvenile Department at $1,029.60 per month effective September 1,1989. The Commissioners approved the salary of Jeanette Beehler of the Grant County Alcohol and Drug Center at $1260 per month effective September 1,1989. The Commissioners approved out of state travel for Cleve Schuchman and John Jurovich of the Sheriff Department. The Commissioners approved the salary of Jeneen Rothstein of the Cooperative Extension Office at $1058.40 per month effective September 1,1989. The Commissioners approved the salary increase of Shannon Kagele of the Auditors Office at $1444 per month effective September 1,1989. Chairman Chamberlain was authorized to sign an agreement between Fire District #3 and the Grant County Sheriff Department for the re-fill- ing efill- ing of diving and other tanks. The Commissioners responded to the Sheriff Department request for the printing of 10,000 boating ordinances. The Commissioners signed the Public Works Claims Fund Voucher approval #8-1 through 8-2 in the total amount of $13,327.94. The Commissioners appointed Don Goodwin to the advisory committee for the Moses Lake/I-90 Urban Area Transportation Study. The Commissioners met with various Elected Officials and Department Heads regarding matters of mutual concern. As there was no further business the session was continued until August 29. August 29,1989 The session was continued at 9:00 a.m. with all of the Commissioners in attendance with the Clerk of the Board. The Commissioners met with the Public Works Department regarding Parking Lot -Juvenile Building, PUD -Amended Franchise REquest, Supplemental Agreement -Bridge No. 202('N' NE), Hazardous Waste Plan -Consultant's Scope of work, 10:00 a.m.-Road Vacation Hearing(Westshore Drive), 10:30 a.m.- Denton Plat(Continued Hearing), Road Department Operations. The Commissioners held a Public Hearing regarding a requested Road Vacation by Carmel Gallaway in an unused portion of Westshore Drive Right of Way. A motion was made by Commissioner Chandler and seconded by Commis- sioner Goodwin to deny the vacation based on the following findings of fact: 1. The properUy.on both sides of the road is not owned by Carmel Galloway. 2. It would not be in the public interest to vacate at this time. 3..;There.:is_a-pending court case regarding this matter and surrounding property awnebsl.'wer,e- in opposition to the vacation. The motion carried. A continuation of Public Meeting was held on the Denton Plat request. A motion was made and seconded to continue the meeting until September 12, 1989 at 10:00 a.m. A Public Hearing was held and a motion was made by Commissioner Chandler and seconded by Commissioner Chamberlain that Resolution Number 89 -86 --CC relating to a supplemental extension in the Juvenile Department #117 budget of the Current Expense Fund in the amount of $10,050 be passed. The motion carried. As of this date the Board by a majority vote does approve for payment those vouchers included in the list filed in the Auditors Office 8/28/89 in the total amount of $417,147.11. The Commissioners signed the Public Works Payroll Journal for the month of August in the amount of $177,468.32. The Commissioners met with a group from the Royal Slope regarding the Rabanco site. The Commissioners met with representatives from the Rabanco group regarding the Dangerous Waste Disposal Site. As there was no further business the session was adjourned until September 5,1989. ATTEST: Q'a=CN044 krL-42 Clerk o e oard BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS GRANT COUNTY, WASHINGTON 0 n