Peterbilt of Wisconsin, Inc.Two 2006, Model 357 Peterbilt Trucks$313,230.00
Truck and Trailer Specialties of Boyne FallsLiterature & pricing for equipment only$ 59,993.00 per truck
Mr. Luchenbill explained August 2005 production; he will review bids and return later today for discussion.
Resumed public hearing at 11:05 AM.
Doug Bergmann, Jr. presented Bergmann Marina November 2004 property survey. Though paperwork was never filed with Charlevoix County Register of Deeds, MDOT apparently granted old clear vision right-of-way for railroad back to Bergmann Marina; Mr. Porath will revise plans. Mr. Porath explained the 50’ curb radius at Raspberry Lane and any drainage corrections would be on a field change order.
Public hearing adjourned at 11:30 AM.
Commissioner Ogden moved to pay bills totaling $90,009.44, seconded by Commissioner Saunders.
VOTE:Ayes – Saunders, OgdenAbsent – WayNays – noneMotion carried.
Mr. Luchenbill reviewed and approved Peterbilt of Wisconsin, Inc. “Two 2006 Heavy Duty Work Ready Truck” bid and recommended the Board place order.
Commissioner Ogden moved to purchase two new 2006, 357 Peterbilt turn-key trucks from Peterbilt of Wisconsin, Inc. for $313,230.00, seconded by Commissioner Saunders.
VOTE:Ayes – 2Absent – 1Nays – 0Motion carried.
Vice-Chairman Saunders adjourned the meeting at 12:05 PM.
FEBRUARY 14, 2005
Chairman Way called the meeting to order at 9:00 AM.
Chairman Way, Commissioners Saunders and Ogden, Patrick Harmon, James Vanek and Shelley Kondrat attended, along with Charlevoix County Planning Department Director Larry Sullivan and Petoskey News-Review Reporter Fred Gray.
Commissioner Ogden moved to approve January 24, 2005 regular meeting minutes with the following changes, seconded by Commissioner Saunders.
Page 2, line 18:change “or loads on” to “or loads into”
Page 2, line 27:change “employees should not” to “employees shall not”
Page 2, line 28:change “employees should not” to “employees shall not”
Page 2, line 52:change “Requirements For Private Roads” to “Requirements For Public Roads”
Page 3, line 10:delete “off”
Page 4, line 15:add “Mr. Harmon and Mr. Vanek will continue investigation.”
Page 4, line 17:change “Mr. Vanek sent” to “Mr. Vanek said”
VOTE:Ayes – 3Nays – 0Motion carried.
Mr. Sullivan said Northwestern Michigan Counsels Councils of Government (NMCG) contacted him about establishing a Pollution Prevention and Energy Efficiency Center (P2/E2 Center). Funding is available to have and engineer investigate three Charlevoix County buildings for heating and electrical efficiency, which would result in an energy efficiency audit. The Charlevoix County Board and their Building and Grounds Committee selected the Charlevoix County building, the CCRC Boyne City building and the Sheriff Department building for said program. NMG NMCG is trying to secure a grant for low interest loans for participants interested in proceeding with audit recommendations, however there is no obligation.
Mr. Sullivan said Top O Michigan Trails Council representative contacted him requesting Transportation Act Enhancement TEA21 funding for a non-motorized trail from Boyne City to US31. They require two viable applicants, suggesting the City of Boyne City and the Charlevoix County Road Commission. Commissioner Ogden recommended asking Charlevoix County Transit.