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These are the minutes for September 2012 as approved by the Bourbon County Commission.

 

September 3, 2012 Holiday
September 7, 2012
September 10, 2012
September, 14, 2012
September 17, 2012
September 21, 2012
September 24, 2012
September 28, 2012

 

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September 7, 2012      Friday        9:00 am
 
The Bourbon County Commission met in open session with all commissioners and the county clerk present.  Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved.
 
Laurie Sisk, reporter with the Fort Scott Tribune, was present.  Laura Hyer, reporter with the Bourbon County Review, was present.
 
Randall Bates met with commissioners.  He has a business, Tree Solutions, and would like to set up an account at the Landfill.  Commissioners approved billing every two weeks.  Joanne Long reminded Mr. Bates that he still owes Bourbon County for an overpayment from Payroll, due to a stop-payment and re-issued check.
 
Harold Coleman reported that there was vandalism at the low-water project in northern Bourbon County.
 
Allen Warren made a motion to go into executive session, for a period of 20 minutes, under the non-elected personnel exception to the Kansas Open Meetings Act.  Harold Coleman seconded the motion and all voted in favor.  Those present for the session were the commissioners.  The session began at 9:04 am and ended at 9:24 am with no action.
 
Joanne Long presented commissioners with a Resolution appointing an interim Emergency Manager and assistant interim Emergency Manager, as required by the State.  Harold Coleman made a motion to adopt Resolution 20-12, appointing Paul Ballou and Delwin Mumbower as interim Emergency Manager and interim assistant Emergency Manager, respectively.  Allen Warren seconded and all voted in favor.
 
Commissioner Warren said that he spoke with Dave Martin about working with the City on the Emergency Manager position.  He recommends that Bourbon County sit down with officials from the City of Fort Scott and talk through the possibility of working together with the Emergency Manager position.  Joanne Long suggested that commissioners speak with Terri Johnson first, as there may be prohibitions on a City employee being the County Emergency Manager.
 
Ms. Long presented the proposed contract for attorney services with Dan Meara for the next tax foreclosure sale.  Commissioners tabled any action, as they want to clarify the deed preparation and find out if Mr. Meara will offer a discount if the County prepares the deeds. 
 
There was discussion of the publication to publish delinquent taxes.  To publish it three times cost $14,345.10.  There were also 1,320 blank lines added, at the direction of the newspaper, which added an additional page of print, adding to the cost.  It’s also in larger font than similar publications in Allen County.  Mr. Warren wants to ask for a 20% cost reduction for the blank lines.  The interim publisher is supposed to contact the Clerk to make arrangements to meet with the Commissioners.
 
Jingles Endicott made a motion to appoint Allen Warren as Bourbon County voting delegate and Harold Coleman as alternate to the KWORCC annual meeting at the KAC conference in November.  Harold Coleman seconded the motion and all voted in favor.
 
Allen Warren asked commissioners for reimbursement of $40.77 for subscription to the Humboldt Union.  It’s the Allen County official newspaper and it’s gleaning us lots of valuable information to help us save money.  Jingles Endicott made a motion to reimburse Allen Warren $40.77, for the subscription to the Humboldt Union.  Harold Coleman seconded the motion and all voted in favor.
 
Harold Coleman signed the bridge contract documents for the 10th Street and Birch low-water bridge project.
 
Tom McNeil was present.  The Amish were a no-show again, however, Harold Coleman stated that they had short notice of this meeting, as they were only made aware of it last evening. 
 
Delwin Mumbower and Louella Howard, Bourbon County Rural Fire District #3, met with commissioners to discuss the Fire Services Exploring Program.  Formed through the Boy Scouts of America, it is a County-wide program in conjunction with Rural Fire District #3 and the Fort Scott Fire Department.  It’s for 14 year-old freshmen through 20 year olds.  It is self funded and will be governed by the children, once it’s up and running.  There will be no children on fire calls. 
 
Commissioners asked Mr. Mumbower if there are still violations of the Burn Ban.  He said that there are still a few fires occurring.  The rain has helped, but he recommends that Commissioners keep the ban in place for now.  He will meet on Monday to have a serious discussion about it.  That meeting is set for 9:45 am, September 10th.
 
Bobby Preston met with commissioners to discuss a problem he’s having with a neighbor.  Mr. Preston drives a truck and has made a larger turnaround for his property.  However, his neighbor is causing large ruts in his property by cutting through.  He wants to block off his driveway beyond the turnaround.  Commissioners said you have the right to keep people out of your property, so they suggested putting a cable or gate up. 
 
Jingles Endicott left the meeting at 11:10 am.
 
Susan Quick met with commissioners for the weekly tax sale update.  She has received the bill for publication for delinquent 2011 real estate.  She’s received a report from District Court on the court costs and we’ll receive $5,184 of the court fees.  She’s working on abating the taxes for those properties sold at the tax sales.  Terri Johnson was also present.  They discussed that multiple properties owned by one owner and properties with out-of-county mailing addresses can be set aside as possible non-homestead properties.
 
Commissioners asked Mrs. Johnson to review the law to see who has the responsibility of the Emergency Manager—City or County.  Mrs. Johnson also mentioned that there was an advantage with Keith Jeffers, as he was not involved in police or fire, so he was completely uninvolved in police or fire issues.
 
After routine business, the meeting adjourned at noon.
 
                                                                             THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                                                                             OF BOURBON COUNTY, KANSAS
 
                                                                             (ss) Harold Coleman, Chairman 
                                                                             (ss) Allen Warren, Commissioner 
                                                                             (ss) Jingles Endicott, Commissioner
ATTEST:
(ss) Joanne Long, County Clerk

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September 10, 2012            Monday         9:00 am
 
The Bourbon County Commission met in open session with all commissioners and the county clerk present.  Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved.
 
Laura Hyer, reporter with the Bourbon County Review, and Laurie Sisk, reporter with the Fort Scott Tribune, were present.
 
Charlie Elliott gave the road report.  He also gave a status update of clean-up from the storm last Friday.  He said it’s mainly limbs and utility poles that are down.
 
Mr. Elliott also spoke with commissioners about a resident in his district who has threatened him while on his grader.  He said that he refuses to maintain that road because of the threats.  Commissioners need to speak with the Sheriff about it again.
 
Lane Cutler spoke with commissioners about a fence issue.  His property buts up against the City of Fort Scott’s property at the south end of Lake Fort Scott, which the City recently opened for hunting.  He may request a fence viewing.  No action at this time.
 
Dave Martin, Paul Ballou, Delwin Mumbower, Shane Walker and Ron Gray met with commissioners to give a storm update.  Mr. Martin commended Paul, Delwin and Shane for their work and coordination during the emergency and the emergency response departments, as there were no injuries as a result of the storm.  Westar also did a great job with communications and getting the power back on.  They said that everything went well, considering the amount of damage Bourbon County and Fort Scott received.    They said the damage was mostly electrical and that Westar reported that, as of 8 pm last night, approximately 12 county residents were still without power, but they were expected back up this morning.  Commissioners verbally declared a disaster over the weekend, but now need to sign an official declaration and send it to KDEM.  Joanne Long presented the proposed resolution.  Harold Coleman made a motion to adopt Resolution 21-12, a declaration of local disaster emergency.  Allen Warren seconded the motion and all voted in favor. 
 
Commissioners then discussed the Burn Ban.  Both Paul Ballou and Delwin Mumbower recommend lifting it.  Harold Coleman, with approval from the city and rural fire departments, made a motion to lift the burn ban.  Jingles Endicott seconded the motion and all voted in favor. 
 
DeeDee Martin, Sara Frederick and Alice Maffett, SEK Multi-County Department of Health met with commissioners.  Ms. Martin is the new Public Health Nurse and wanted to introduce herself and Ms. Frederick.  They are implementing new testing in the health departments and working on getting out into the community, however, they stated that Alice Maffett is already very active in the community.  They hope to meet regularly with the commissioners in the district for updates.
 
Lane Cutler came back to ask for a fence viewing for property between himself and the City of Fort Scott, in Section 26, Township 26, Range 24, Drywood Township.  He paid for all three commissioners to view.  Joanne Long will get it scheduled.
 
At 11:00 am, commissioners opened bids for interest rates for lease purchase items.  Two were received:  Citizens and UMB.  Commissioners will review them and hope to make a decision on Friday.
 
After routine business, the meeting adjourned at 11:40.
 
                                                                                          THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                                                                                          OF BOURBON COUNTY, KANSAS
 
                                                                                          (ss) Harold Coleman, Chairman 
                                                                                          (ss) Allen Warren, Commissioner 
                                                                                          (ss) Jingles Endicott, Commissioner
ATTEST:
(ss) Joanne Long, County Clerk

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September 14, 2012  Friday 9:00 am
 
The Bourbon County Commission met in open session with all commissioners and the county clerk present.  Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved.
 
Laurie Sisk, reporter with the Fort Scott Tribune, was present.  Laura Hyer, reporter with the Bourbon County Review, was present.
 
Bills and payroll for the period were reviewed and approved.
 
Commissioners discussed the lease bids that were opened Monday.  They received responses from both Citizens and UMB.  Citizens only bid the three dump trucks and shortened the term from 10 to 5 years at 3.25%
 
UMB bid the trucks and equipment at 7 years, not 10, at 3.0% and the Appraiser’s and Sheriff’s vehicles at 5 yrs at 2.5%.
 
Joanne Long said that one of the banks called this week to ask about the bids and mentioned the fees assessed per lease.  They wanted the commissioners to check those rates before they made a decision.
 
There was discussion of eliminating one of the pieces of equipment, to counter the higher payment amounts.  Also, the road grader needs to be removed from this bid, as we don’t plan to replace it until next spring and interest rates may be different then.  After discussion, Allen Warren made a motion to use UMB for financing equipment and vehicles, with the exception of the grader, which will be bid at a later date.  Jingles Endicott seconded the motion ald all voted in favor.  Harold Coleman signed the documents and Allen Warren will forward them to UMB. 
 
Barbara Albright was present.
 
Tom McNeil reported to the commissioners on a meeting he had this week with Chris Borntrager, who gave him the proposal for satisfying the sanitation problem for the Amish.  They propose homemade composting toilets.  That plan will be forwarded to KDHE for review.
 
Doug Miller spoke with commissioners about equipment that is just lying around at the landfill.  He’s been collecting the scrap metal, per an agreement with the County and wants to know if he can have that equipment too. 
 
Harold Coleman left at 9:45 to attend a funeral.  He returned at 10:50 am.
 
At 10:00 am, a public hearing was opened for consideration of a road vacancy request in Walnut Township, described as:  75th Street, at the intersection of K3 and K39, north approximately ½ mile to the dead-end.  Commissioners Warren and Endicott, Joanne Long, Barbara Albright, Laurie Sisk and Laura Hyer were present.  After hearing no opposition, the public hearing was closed at 10:10 am.  Jingles Endicott made a motion to adopt Resolution 23-12, vacating ½ mile of 75th Street in Walnut Township.  Allen Warren seconded the motion and both voted in favor. 
 
Susan Brown met with commissioners to discuss a proposed change to the US 69 Corridor Study.  She said that several improvements to US 69 in Fort Scott will be made, including intersections, access to businesses and signal coordination.  She’s here today to speak with commissioners about a change to a planned back access road for local traffic, from 18th Street south.  As the County and City are partners in the project, she needs the commissioners’ approval to deviate from the original plans.  Allen Warren made a motion to sign the letter reflecting the change to the proposed back access road.  Jingles Endicott seconded the motion and all voted in favor.  Commissioners signed the letter.  Ms. Brown will provide the County with a fully executed copy of the letter at a later date.
 
Terri Johnson met with commissioners.  On the requested fence viewing for Mr. Cutler on property neighbored by the City of Fort Scott, she has looked into the fence viewing laws, which are old and not well tested.  She said that she’s got a call in to Bob Farmer, but hasn’t heard from him.  Her understanding of the situation is that the properties were held in-common, before the City decided to open theirs up to public hunting, so now Mr. Cutler wants a fence viewing.  Per K.S.A. 29-310, if there was no existing fence and the land was held in-common and one changes, a fence viewing may be requested.  Also, if there was a fence, which it appears there was, it would be no different than any other person asking for a fence viewing for a fence in disrepair, no matter that the other landowner happens to be a government entity.  She said that the key is the change from use in-common.  She feels there is a basis in the law to do the fence viewing so you should view the fence.  Commissioners instructed Joanne Long to send out the fence viewing letters and to schedule the viewing.
 
Terri Johnson then asked to speak with commissioners in executive session, to discuss non-elected personnel.  Harold Coleman made a motion to go into executive session, for a period of ten minutes, under the non-elected personnel exception to the Kansas Open Meetings Act.  Jingles Endicott seconded the motion and all voted in favor.  Those present for the session were the commissioners and Terri Johnson.  The session began at 10:35 am and ended at 10:45 am with no action.
 
Valorie Leblanc met with commissioners to go over paperwork from the bond company for the sewer district.  The documents will need to be approved on Monday, so the commissioners have been given the weekend to review them.
 
Allen Warren reminded commissioners of the 17-County meeting next Thursday in Anderson County.  All commissioners and many department heads plan to attend.
 
Commissioner Warren also said that he’s been in contact with Joyce Davenport about having two groups of high school students from the Family Study classes come to the courthouse and hear from commissioners and department heads on September 18th and October 3rd.  Allen will notify department heads about what’s expected of them.
 
After routine business, the meeting adjourned at 12:35 pm.
 
                                                                                                THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                                                                                                OF BOURBON COUNTY, KANSAS
 
                                                                                                (ss) Harold Coleman, Chairman
                                                                                                (ss) Allen Warren, Commissioner   
                                                                                                (ss) Jingles Endicott, Commissioner
ATTEST:
(ss) Joanne Long, County Clerk

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September 17, 2012  Monday         9:00 am
 
The Bourbon County Commission met in open session with all commissioners and the county clerk present.  Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved.
 
Marty Pearson gave a road report.
 
Laurie Sisk, reporter with the Fort Scott Tribune, and Laura Hyer, reporter with the Bourbon County Review, were present.
 
Earl Brown stopped in to report that the septic system at the Hiattville Fire Station is running over onto his property.  He has also reported this to Tom McNeil, County Sanitarian.
 
Doug Miller met with commissioners about the vehicles and equipment at the landfill that’s not being used.  He’d like us to dispose of them to him. 
 
Gene Cowan was present.
 
Jingles Endicott made a motion that Bourbon County signs the CEO Liability for the Kansas Works Enforcement Program.  Harold Coleman seconded and all voted in favor.
 
Allen Warren clarified from the minutes of the last meeting, that when we bid for a road grader, we won’t bid for interest rates again, only for the equipment from the manufacturer.
 
Several documents pertaining to the bonds for Bourbon County Sewer District #1 were presented for review and approval.  Joanne Long presented the Debt Issuance Compliance Policy, in conjunction with financing the bonds for Bourbon County Sewer District #1, for approval.  Harold Coleman made a motion to adopt the policy as written.  Allen Warren seconded the motion and all voted in favor.
 
Harold Coleman made a motion to adopt Resolution 22-12, the Bond Resolution for Bourbon County Sewer District #1.  Jingles Endicott seconded the motion and all voted in favor.
 
Harold Coleman made a motion to sign the Agreement Between Issuer and Agent, for Bourbon County Sewer District #1.  Allen Warren seconded the motion and all voted in favor.
 
Allen Warren made a motion to sign the Final Certificate of Bourbon County.  Harold Coleman seconded the motion and all voted in favor.
 
Jingles Endicott made a motion to sign the Series 2012A and 2012B bonds for Bourbon County Sewer District #1.  Allen Warren seconded the motion and all voted in favor.
 
Jingles Endicott made a motion to adopt Resolution 24-12, the USDA Loan Resolution for Bourbon County Sewer District #1.  Allen Warren seconded the motion and all voted in favor.
 
Phil Hanson met with commissioners to talk about a house he had been renting that is in such poor condition, he feels it needs to be condemned.  Commissioners said that Bourbon County has no zoning, and can’t do anything about it.
 
Cathy Cooper, 6th Judicial District, Community Corrections, met with commissioners.  She presented the 2013 carryover reimbursement plan and asked commissioners to please authorize the chairman to sign approval for KS Dept of Corrections.  Allen Warren made the motion to allow Chairman Coleman to sign for Bourbon County.  Jingles Endicott seconded the motion and all voted in favor.  Ms. Cooper said that the reimbursement comes to a little over $75,000.
 
Darrin Petrowksy, KDOT met with commissioners to ask for a letter from them approving the proposed Eagle Road interchange in the Arma to Fort Scott project.  Jingles Endicott made a motion to sign a letter to that affect.  Allen Warren seconded the motion and all voted in favor. 
 
Mr. Petrowsky also updated commissioners on several KDOT projects in Bourbon County.
 
After routine business, the meeting adjourned at noon.
 
                                                                                    THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 
                                                                                    OF BOURBON COUNTY, KANSAS
 
                                                                                    (ss) Harold Coleman, Chairman 
                                                                                    (ss) Allen Warren, Commissioner 
                                                                                    (ss) Jingles Endicott, Commissioner
ATTEST:
(ss) Joanne Long, County Clerk

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September 21, 2012    Friday        9:00 am
 
The Bourbon County Commission met in open session with all commissioners present.  Tony George was also present.  Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved.
 
Marty Pearson gave a road report.  The low-water bridge on 225th Street is complete.  Both Marty Pearson and Harold Coleman inspected the job.  Harold Coleman asked Marty to have ruts filled on 225th St., north of Hammond, as he’s heard some complaints.
 
David Stewart met with commissioners to request a fence viewing between his property and the City of Fort Scott at Lake Fort Scott.  He paid for all three commissioners to view.
 
Melvin Endicott requested a 24’ whistle at 250th and Limestone.
 
Susan Quick updated commissioners on the reconciliation of the escrow account/partial payment account.  Based on an email from Terry Sercer, $3,479.01 was deposited from the escrow account into the Delinquent Property Tax Fund.  That money needs to be returned to the escrow account to obtain a zero balance.
 
Judy Wallis spoke with commissioners about a vehicle for the Appraiser’s Office.  Commissioners said we have approval for a lease purchase of $15,000 at 2.5% from UMB, so she just needs to get bids for the vehicle.  Commissioners approved the request to move forward.
 
After routine business, the meeting adjourned at 11:40 am.
 
                                                                                   THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                                                                                   OF BOURBON COUNTY, KANSAS
 
                                                                                   (ss) Harold Coleman, Chairman 
                                                                                   (ss) Allen Warren, Commissioner 
                                                                                   (ss) Jingles Endicott, Commissioner
ATTEST:
(ss) Joanne Long, County Clerk

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September 24, 2012  Monday         9:00 am
 
The Bourbon County Commission met in open session with all commissioners and the county clerk present.  Minutes of the previous meeting were read and corrected.
 
Laurie Sisk, reporter with the Fort Scott Tribune, and Laura Hyer, reporter with the Bourbon County Review, was present.
 
Terri Johnson spoke about the City of Fort Scott’s objection to the Lane Cutler fence viewing.  She says there’s nothing in the law which says not to proceed with the viewing.  Lane Cutler was present for part of the meeting.  Terri said commissioners need to decide, based on the information they have, whether the property is being held in-common.  According to K.S.A. 29-309, in-common means it’s “…shared in respect to title, use or enjoyment, held by several for the equal advantage, use or enjoyment of all.”  Commissioners said it was not.
 
 
Marty Pearson gave a road report.
 
Marti Tuchscherer spoke with commissioners about a potential road closing and a fence viewing in Section 23, Township 26, Range 24.  She took a road closing petition, but paid for all commissioners to conduct a fence viewing between her property and the City of Fort Scott
 
Brenda Boehm, Shane Walker and Paul Ballou met with commissioners to request approval of revised Community Emergency Response Team (CERT-EM) guidelines.  Harold Coleman made a motion to approve revisions to the CERT guidelines.  Allen Warren seconded the motion and all voted in favor.
 
Valorie Leblanc brought more paperwork for the bond for the Chairman to sign.
 
Commissioners left at 11:10 am to go to a fence viewing at the south end of Lake Fort Scott.  
 
                                                                                            THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                                                                                            OF BOURBON COUNTY, KANSAS
 
                                                                                            (ss) Harold Coleman, Chairman 
                                                                                            (ss) Allen Warren, Commissioner 
                                                                                            (ss) Jingles Endicott, Commissioner
ATTEST:
(ss) Joanne Long, County Clerk

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September 28, 2012  Friday 9:00 am
 
The Bourbon County Commission met in open session with all commissioners and the county clerk present.  Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved.
 
Laurie Sisk, reporter with the Fort Scott Tribune, and Laura Hyer, reporter with the Bourbon County Review, were present.
 
Allen Warren made a motion to go into executive session, for a period of 10 minutes, under the non-elected personnel exception to the Kansas Open Meetings Act.  Harold Coleman seconded the motion and all voted in favor.  Those present for the session were the commissioners and Marty Pearson.  The session began at 9:02 am and ended at 9:12 am with no action.
 
Bills and payroll for the period were reviewed and approved.
 
Marty Pearson gave a road report.
 
Joanne Long said she’s received emails from Frank Young, Agricultural Engineering, stating that the 225th Street low-water bridge is done and has been inspected by Marty and Frank.  There is a bill from Rogers and Sons Concrete included with the emails, that the commissioners directed the clerk to give to Doylene Chapman for payment.
 
Lane Cutler was present.  Terri Johnson talked with commissioners about the condemnation on record for the City of Fort Scott around Lake Fort Scott, as it pertains to the fence viewing.  She said the condemnation was much like one the County needed for the Sewer District.  Therefore, there are two bases for the fence viewing:  an existing fence in disrepair and the change in use of one owner.  Following the discussion, Allen Warren made a motion, following Monday’s fence viewing, that the existing fence does need to be replaced and/or repaired, as it is insufficient, as viewed, and the Commission orders and assigns that the two property owners should share the expense equally.  Jingles Endicott seconded the motion and all voted in favor.  Commissioners signed the fence viewing to that effect and it was filed with the Register of Deeds and will be mailed to the owners, in accordance with law.
 
Terri Johnson directed Chairman Coleman to sign the final settlement between Bourbon County and Mark Marsee, for the Sewer District.
 
Allen Warren left at 9:55 am to attend a sheriff’s sale.  He returned at 10:08 am.
 
Joanne Long presented commissioners with a request from Drywood Township for financial assistance in paying the attorney’s fees accrued during the trouble between Drywood Township and Bourbon County Rural Fire District 2.  After discussion, commissioners declined the request and wrote a letter, as such; to the Township explaining that the County didn’t authorize this expense and therefore cannot help pay it.
 
Joanne Long officially notified commissioners of her resignation, effective October 16, 2012, as she has accepted employment with Computer Information Concepts (CIC).  She said that CIC wants a smooth transition, so they have offered her back at CIC’s expense, to assist with the November election, if requested.  Ms. Long also said that she can continue to program ballots for Bourbon County, as she’s done since 2008, when Bourbon County purchased the programming software with the assistance of HAVA funding.  At the time, programming averaged between $8,000-$12,000 per election and the County made arrangements for Ms. Long to do it for $10,000/year, or an average of $5,000 each.  Prices have increased since 2008 and Labette County paid $22,000 for programming for the August Primary.  Ms. Long said that the 2013 budget only has the $10,000/yr budgeted and training someone on the program or having the programming done by ES&S is not in the budget.  No action.
 
John Scott asked about Harold Martin not being hooked up to the sewer district.  Commissioners said that he’s in violation of Amended Resolution 9-11 and the county attorney is dealing with notifying him of that and what that means, financially.
 
Barbara Albright and Rhonda Dunn were present.
 
Joanne Long asked commissioners to appoint a voting delegate and alternate for the KCAMP annual meeting at KAC.  Jingles Endicott made a motion to appoint Allen Warren as voting delegate and Harold Coleman as alternate to the KCAMP annual meeting at KAC.  Harold Coleman seconded the motion and all voted in favor.
 
Allen Warren made a motion to go into executive session, for a period of ten minutes, under the non-elected personnel exception to the Kansas Open Meetings Act, to protect the privacy of the individual.  Jingles Endicott seconded the motion and all voted in favor.  Those present for the session were the commissioners and Terri Johnson.  The session began at 11:28 am and ended at 11:38 am with no action.
 
After routine business, the meeting adjourned at 11:55 am.
 
                                                                                             THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
                                                                                             OF BOURBON COUNTY, KANSAS
 
                                                                                             (ss) Harold Coleman, Chairman 
                                                                                             (ss) Allen Warren, Commissioner 
                                                                                             (ss) Jingles Endicott, Commissioner
ATTEST:
(ss) Joanne Long, County Clerk

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