September 20, 2022 CSM Minutes

COMMISSIONERS SPECIAL MEETING

The special meeting of the Hancock County Commissioners was brought to order by Commissioner Wombacher at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday September 20, 2022.    Commissioner Clark, Commissioner Paradis, County Administrator Michael Crooker were also present, as well as several Department Heads.  The meeting was held using a hybrid format and Department Heads and members of the public were able to attend in person or via Zoom.

Adjustments to agenda:

MOTION: Move to approve the Agenda as presented. (Paradis/Clark 3-0, motion passed)

Public Comment: None

Meeting Minutes:

MOTION: Move to approve the September 7, 2022 Regular Meeting as presented. (Paradis/Clark 3-0, motion passed)

EMA:

MOTION: Move to approve the job description for the Shared Administrative Assistant position between the Airport and EMA and authorize staff to advertise the position at pay grade 8. (Paradis/Clark 3-0, motion passed)

Deeds:

MOTION: Move to approve the purchase of the Acclaim recording software from Harris Technologies for the sum of $106,900 and permit the Registrar to overspend line 30-500 in anticipation of paying the overdraft from unanticipated revenues. (Paradis/Clark 3-0, motion passed)

UT:

MOTION: Move to accept and file the August monthly report from the UT Supervisor as presented. (Paradis/Clark 3-0, motion passed)

MOTION: Move to approve and sign the Request for Transfer of Budgeted Funds as presented and dated September 20, 2022. (Paradis/Clark 3-0, motion passed)

MOTION: Move to approve the Unorganized Territories Proposed Budget for FY July 1, 2023 through June 30, 2024 as presented and recommended. (Paradis/Clark 3-0, motion passed)

MOTION: Move to approve the concept of a proposed Regional Animal Control Agreement with each interested municipality and the Unorganized Territories as presented in the sample Lamoine document example provided by the UT Director. (Paradis/Clark 3-0, motion passed)

Airport:

MOTION: Move to reconsider the action of September 7, 2022 to seek RFP’s to the Non-aviation use land parcel P-R27.  Vote on reconsideration (Paradis/Clark – motion failed)

MOTION: Move to authorize the Airport Manager to continue to work with the individual interested in leasing the land parcel P-R2 and to bring a proposed lease agreement back to the Commissioners at a later date for our review and consideration rather than seeking RFP’s to the Non-aviation use land parcel P-R2 at the corner of Ramp Road and Caruso Drive. (Paradis/Clark 3-0, motion passed)

Commissioners:

MOTION: Move to adjourn (Clark/Paradis 3-0, motion passed)

Meeting was adjourned at 11:25 a.m.

Respectfully submitted,

Patrice Crossman

Clerk

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