MINUTES

WARRICK COUNTY DRAINAGE BOARD

REGULAR SESSION

JANUARY 23, 2008

3:00 P.M.

 

The Warrick County Drainage board met in regular session with President Phillip H. Baxter presiding, also in attendance were Nova Conner, Vice-President; Don Williams, Secretary; James E. Niemeyer, Surveyor and David K. Zengler, Attorney for Board.

 

Those present in the audience were

 

Phil Baxter: Warrick County Drainage Board January 23, 2008 will now come to order.

 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES:

 

Phil Baxter: We have the minutes for December 12, 2007 and January 9, 2008.

 

Don Williams:Mr. President, I move we approve both minutes.

 

Nova Conner:Second.

 

Motion was made and seconded to approve minutes of 12-12-07 and 1-09-08. Motion passed 3-0.

 

FENCE REQUEST:

 

Jim Niemeyer:There is a drainage easement request, Mr. Willis, would you come forward please and state your name and address.

 

Larry Willis:Iím Larry Willis, President of Willis Fence Company, 7470 State Road 66 Newburgh, Indiana 47630.

 

Don Williams:Mr. Willis, I understand that youíre wanting to put a fence in our legal drain easement. I have one question, will that fence be off the ground by at least 2-3 inches?

 

Mr. Willis: Yes, sir it will be.

 

Don Williams:Thatís the only question I have. Mr. President, I make a motion we approve the request.

 

Nova Conner: I second it.

 

Motion was made and seconded to approve fence request. Motion passed 3-0.

 

Mr. Willis thanked the Board for all oftheir time and effort for everything they do for the County.

 

CLAIMS:

 

Phil Baxter: Okay ,weíve got claims.

 

Don Williams:We have claims in the amount of $1,206. 33 and I move that we pay those claims.

 

Nova Conner:I second that.

 

Motion was made and seconded to pay claims. Motion carried 3-0.

 

Commissioner Baxter asked if there was anything else to come before the meeting.

No other member had any business.

 

Don Williams:Mr. President, I move we adjourn.

 

Nova Conner:Second.

 

Motion was made and seconded to adjourn meeting of January 23, 2008. Motion passed 3-0.