MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' MEETING HELD IN REGULAR SESSION ON MONDAY. THE 4th DAY OF MARCH, 1968.
PRESENT: Marion H. Hazleton, Chairman
Calvin Black, Member
Harold C. Young, Member Clytie Barber, Clerk
Meeting opened at 10:00 O'clock A. M. with Commissioner Hazleton in the Chair. MINUTES READ AND APPROVED
Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. Motion for approval was made by Commissioner Young, seconded by Commissioner Black and carried unanimously.
CORRESPONDENCE ON ROAD MATTERS APPROVED
Letters which had been prepared to be mailed to Mr. Henry Helland and Mr. E. Jonas were read, approved and signed by the Commissioners.
PAYMENT RECEIVED FOR FOREST ROAD SURVEY
A check in the amount of $3,832.60 was received from the Government in payment for the survey work done on the Forest Road.
LETTERS RECEIVED RE: V 0 R T A C GUIDANCE INSTALLATIONS
Chairman Hazleton received replies from Senator Moss and Congressman Burton regarding the protest to removing VORTAC Guidance Installation for aircraft from the LaSal area. These Officials stated that they would investigate the rumor and assist in-retaining the installation. (*attempting to retain)
COMMISSIONER YOUNG REPORTS ON CIVIL DEFENSE & BUILDING STANDARDS
Commissioner Young reported that in his conversation with the Jeep Patrol he had been informed that their members would prefer to participate as they have been doing in the past and, have the entire Civil Defense Program upgraded.
Commissioner Young also stated that inhis observation on some of the changes of the Courthouse addition, they do not appear to be up to desireable standards.
AIRPORT MATTERS DISCUSSED
Richard Smith met with the Commission to request a letter from the County granting him permission to base his operations at the County Airport.
Commissioner Black moved that Chairman Hazleton be authorized to draft a letter granting Richard Smith permission to base his operations at the San Juan Airport north of Monticello. Commissioner Young seconded this motion and it carried unanimously.
A letter was received from Lola Page of Carlin, Nevada requesting assistance on swimming pool plans. A letter and resolution was received from the Oljato Chapter regarding road improvement, and "B" Road designation of reservation roads.
A*letter from the Architect (*copy of a letter from the Architect) of the Long Term Care Facility to Mr. Bert Erickson informing him that the facility is now ready for final inspection, and other matters per-taining to finances.
A notice from the bonding company regarding the last lighting contract at the Monticello Airport. Com-missioner Black stated that he would investigate this request.
A letter from Emery County explaining their over-charges to San Juan County on the TV billings. The Clerk was instructed to request them to make the adjustment on the next billing.
COMMISSIONER BLACK REPORTS ON E.D.A. APPLICATION
Commissioner Black reported on a telephone call from Mr. George T. Frost on our E.D.A. Application and the need for a 30-day report. Commissioner Black then presented a report he had drafted which was ap-proved by Commissioner Young and Hazleton.
The Commissioners then discussed the plans for the March 22nd meeting to be held in the Governor's Conference Room.
EAS.T SUMMIT ROAD DISCUSSED
John Skidmore and other citizens from East Summit area met to discuss the road conditions and repairs in their area.
The Commissioners referred to the entry in the Minutes the preceeding week, wherein they had stated that the road in question would possibly be let for contract in 1969 on the State Arterial System, or,construc-ted by the County with "B" Road money.
1 P. M.
Publishers of the State of Utah Sports, Vacation & Travel Guide met with the Commission to request an add in this publication.
The Commissioners informed these publishers that the County Tourist & Publicity Council handles this type of advertising for the County and referred them to Howard Rogers.
Specifications on the Heavy Duty trucks to be purchased by the County were discussed with Tom Redd and Robert Sparks.
Mr. Blaine Kay of the State Highway Department contacted the County Commissioners by telephone and scheduled a meeting for Friday, March 8th at 11 A. M. He requested that the Mayors of Monticello and
Blanding be in attendance at the meeting.
Devon Hurst met with the Commissioners to discuss an application to purchase land under the Public Land Sale Act, and zoning within the County. The 701 Planning Program the County is participating in was briefly discussed. The Commissioners stated that they would meet with the Board of Directors of the
Water Conservancy District on Thursday evening at 7:30 P. M.
ROAD CHANGE DISCUSSED BY MELVIN DALTON
MElvin Dalton met with the Commission and requested them to consider changing a road in the Montezuma Creek area where he owns property. Mr. Dalton stated that he would furnish the needed culverts for the project.
The Commissioners advised Mr. Dalton to have Roads Superintendent Dave Guymon inspect the area and report
back on the approximate cost. They would then decide if it could be done under maintenance in 1968 or programmed for 1969.
The Commissioners scheduled a meeting with the local School Board for March llth at 2 P. M. at which time
they plan to discuss swimming pools and recreation and related problems, and County functions held in
school buildings; also mutual problems regarding snow removal.
MISSILE FIRING SCHEDULE
Athena Area #2: The period from 6 P. M. March 14th to 6 A. M. March 15th, 1968 is hereby declared a firing period.
THE FOLLOWING CLAIMS WERE PRESENTED AND APPROVE D FOR PAYMENT:
Public Employees Retirement Fund County's Matching Funds 513.81
Arvilla E. Warren Salary for February 1968 625.00
Josephine H. Pehrson Salary for February 1068 & Insurance Benefit 355.76
Fern S. Peterson 40 hrs. @ 1,50 for Assessor 60.00
Marvin R. Purcell Salary for February 1968 389.00
Ralph R. Stanard 51 hrs. @ 2.21 112.71
Willard L. Winey Salary for February 1968 408.00
Calvin F. Black Salary for February 1968 416.66
Clytie E. Barber Salary for February 1968 625.00
Delia Wright 4 1/2 hrs. @ 1.75 for Recorder 7.88
Ralph Burtenshaw February Salary 583.33
Philis Mahon Janitorial work at Blanding Nurse's Office 8.00
Douglas E. Pehrson 29 hrs. @ 2.43 70.47
Howard R. Saunders Salary for February 1968 and Insurance Benefit 591.98
Eloise 0. Fullmer Salary for February 1968 385.00
Harold J. Lyman 6 days @ 15.00 for Assessor 90.00
Susan Stanard Salary for February 1968 300.00
Margaret B. Taylor 18 days @ 15.00 for Assessor 270.00
Arliene Auble Salary for February 1968 315.00
Clarence Rogers Salary for February 1968 and Insurance Benefit 408.65
F. Bennion Redd Salary for February 1968 583.33
Ross A. Musselaan Salary for February 1968 645.83
Elizabeth F. Morgan Salary for February 1968 and Insurance Benefit 131.76
Marion H. Hazleton Salary for February 1968 and Insurance Benefit 466.98
Virgil U. Eastin Salary for February 1968 430.00
Louise Black Salary for February 1968 385.00
Marian Bayles Salary for February 1968 625.00
John Dufur Salary for February 1968 525.00
Verle Green Salary for February 1968 490.00
Lora Douglas 120 hrs. @ 1.50 for Recorder 180.00
Donald V. Blake Surveyor - 153 1/2 hrs. @ 3.36+ 516.59
Chauncey Black Salary for February 1968 525.00
Vera W. Hazleton Salary for February 1968 574.00
June Hanson Salary for February 1968 150.00
Frank R. MacDonald Salary for February 1968 428.00
Darlene Low Salary for February and Insurance Benefit 385.76
Julia Hyde 36 hrs. @ 1.75 63.00
Maxine Hodson 23 1/2 hrs. @ 1.75 41.13
Harold Young Salary for February 1968 and Insurance Benefit 425.31
Rigby Wright Salary for February 1968 525.00
Ross A. Musselman Clothing Allowance for Feb. and Jan. 40.00
Chauncey Black Clothing Allowance 40.00
Rigby Wright Clothing Allowance 40.00
Verle Green Clothing Allowance 40.00
John Dufur Clothing Allowance 40.00
Ralph Burtenshaw Travel Expense during Feb. 28.82
San Juan Cafe Meals for Sheriff's Office 8.99
Clarence M. Rogers Travel Expense during Feb. 70.76
Vera W. Hazleton Reimbursement for Cash Expense ( Stamps) 12.00
Arliene M. Auble Meal Expense 1.19
Howard R. Saunders 689 mi. @ 9 cents and lodging 69.31
Donald V. Blake 155 mi. @ 9 cents and lodging 24.30
The San Juan Record Office Supplies - Clerk 14.95
Abajo Petroleum Service to vehicle 8.10
Don Holladay . Salary and Travel Expense 436.00
Dr. Bert Cundick Salary and Travel Expense 166.00
Dr. Mason Redd Salary and Travel Expense 503.00
Shell Oil Company Credit Card Invoices - Health Department 5.70
Suburban Gas of Blanding Inc. Propane for Bluff Jail 42.00
City Drug Store Office Supplies 10.28
R. J. Fellmeth IBM processing during Feb. 1968 - General Report 83.03
The San Juan Record Office Supplies - Health Department 3.55
Fred A. Moreton & Company Insurance for Health Nurse 19.00
Monticello Communications Parts for Antenna - Assessor 9.95
Abajo Petroleum Gasoline and Misc. service for Assessor 16.16
Harry Terry Justice of Peace Fees and Additional charges 20.00
Burtin L. Pierce Justice of Peace Fees and Additional charges 32.00
Outwest Cafe Prisoner meals for February 1968 73.80
Del Chemical Corporation Sheriff's Office - Supplies 68.04
Monticello Communications Parts and Installation - Sheriff's Offace 65.00
Broderick Tire Service Tires and Repairs - Sheriff's Office 115.50
Wanetta MacTaggart Meals - Sheriff's Office 3.95
Ross A. Musselman Travel Expense 19.43
Rigby Wright Travel Expense 26.50
The San Juan Record Merchandise and Office Supplies - Sheriff's Office 9.89
Grand County Recorder 3 photostat copies of Certificate 3.00
Texaco Credit Card Invoices 400.51
TUBERCULOSIS CONTROL FUND
State Retirement Fund County's Matching Funds 18.30
Wilbert Willie Salary for February 1968 and Insurance Benefit 457.65
Wilbert Willie Travel Expenses during February 1968 11.39
Monticello Cummunications Maintenance Contract on TV Systems for Feb. '68 350.00
Utah Gas Service Company Monticello Swimming Pool - Gas Service 193.30
AGRICULTURE EXTENSION SERVICE FUND
State Retirement Fund County's Matching Funds 11.80
Fern S. Peterson Salary for February 1968 295.00
Ivan B. Jones Travel Expense and Cash Expense Reimbursement 104.59
Maxine B. Webb Salary for February 1968 345.00
Floyd Barrell Salary for February & 8 spec, meetings @ 3.00 each 224.00
C. K. Helquist Salary for February 1968 100.00
Gene Y. Hacking Salary for February 1968 345.00
Kora Helquist Salary for February & 3 spec, meetings @ 3.00 each 109.00
Eloise . Mahon 4 days @ 8.75 - substitute librarian 35.00
State Retirement Fund County's Matching Funds 45.93
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS - COURTHOUSE CONSTRUCTION FUND
Youngs Concrete Products For products delivered to P&F Construction Company 1,826.26
COUNTY ROADS FUND
David L. Guymon Advance Expenses to Salt Lake City 30.00
State Retirement Fund County's Matching Funds 461.38
State Retirement Fund County's Matching Funds 6.00
State Retirement Fund County's Matching Funds 146.44
There being no further business to bring before the board at this time, upon motion, meeting adjourned.
Clytie Barber, San Juan County Clerk Marion H. Hazleton, Chairman, San Juan County Commission