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Woods County Excise Board approves county reports

 

March 18, 2022



The Woods County Excise Board met Wednesday morning to sign off on county financial business. Board members present were Chris Olson and Bob Seivert. Joe Shirley was absent. County Clerk Shelley Reed also attended.

The following monthly appropriations were approved:

District #1 Highway Cash $149,916.89

District #2 Highway Cash $150,026.61

District #3 Highway Cash $150,392.77

District #1 CBRI Fund-105 $13,162.14

District #2 CBRI Fund-105 $13,162.15

District #3 CBRI Fund-105 $13,162.15

Enhanced 911 $25,415.07

Assessor’s Fee $268.00

County Clerk’s Lien Fee $1,386.00

County Clerk’s Preservation Fee $2,180.00

Sheriff’s Revolving Fund $235.00

Court Clerk Payroll $4,302.76

Emergency Management $5,000.00

Treasurer’s Resale $3,740.49

Sheriff Commissary $78.47

Sheriff’s Service Fee CHS $4,118.35

Mortgage Tax $115.00

Court Clerk RM & P $239.75

Board members approved a transfer of appropriations from the Court Clerk’s Revolving Fund to Payroll in the amount of $4,302.76. Reed explained that the separate payroll account was set up on the advice of the auditor. This amount was deposited into the old account so had to be moved. Seivert asked who audits the county, and Reed said the state auditor’s office does the audit every two years.

As in previous months, the excise board members approved the transfer of funds from Commissioner District 2 CBIR to the ETR fund in the amount of $10,000. This is to pay a no-interest loan used by Commissioner Randy McMurphy for road upkeep.

The board members acknowledged the transfer of appropriations from Highway CIRB to Highway Personal Services for District 1 in the amount of $15,329.95 and for District 2 in the amount of $15,329.94.

Under new business, Reed reminded the excise board members that they need to complete three hours of continuing education. Several classes are offered online. Reed said they can come to the courthouse to access a class or they can do it from home. They are required to use a computer with a camera and mic so they can be seen and heard. Both Olson and Seivert said they would like to take the class at the courthouse. They asked Reed to let them know when the next one is offered.

 

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