2. Monroe Construction$ 91,400.00
3. D & T Construction$ 88,867.00/addtl $1,450 for Rule 5 plan
4. Tom Brovont & Son Builders$101,447.00
5. Leo Brown Construction$115,000.00
6. Innovative Modular Solutions$144,400.00
7. O & R $108,000.00
8. Rochester Homes$108,684.00
Roger Rose moved to accept all legal bids and take them under advisement. Sherry Fulton seconded the motion. Motion carried 3-0.
Millie Sytsma presented the monthly E.M.S. report for May.
Sytsma reported they had an ambulance break down but it has been repaired. The fourth ambulance is not yet in service. The demo ambulances she looked at were $120,000 to $130,000. She is continuing to look for a less expensive ambulance.
Sytsma said she and Sheriff Conley agreed to bill for supplies only to cover costs for jail ambulance runs. She inquired if the agreement needed to be in writing. Sytsma also asked if there is a policy in place for on duty accidents for the county employees.
There was a discussion on the transfer contract that is effective January 1, 2010 thru December 31, 2010. It was determined that notice should be given now to terminate the contract for December 31, 2010.
Public Hearing – Hunter Carlisle Property:
Mark Rodriguez opened the public hearing at 10:00 a.m.
Plan Commission Director, Casi Cowles said Gary Madlem reported at the last inspection of the Hunter Carlisle property that the new electrical and plumbing is done and they are getting ready for new drywall. They are still working on the drainage problem. Casi asked if the board wanted to continue the hearing pending final inspection. Roger Rose made the motion to continue the hearing for the Hunter Carlisle residence in Nyona Lake until July 6 at 10:00 a.m. Sherry Fulton seconded the motion. Motion carried 3-0.
Public Hearing Continuation – Vice Property:
Mark Rodriguez re-opened the public hearing at 10:05 a.m.