AUGUST 12, 2013
President Kopecky called the meeting to order at 6:37 p.m. In addition to Kopecky, in attendance were Commissioners Decker, Kukla, Loomer, and Millard, Pat Prahl, Pat Romenesko, Doug Snyder, and Attorney Torhorst. Secretary Kirch took the minutes of the meeting. Motion (Decker/Loomer) to approve the July 8, 2013 minutes. Approved 5?0. Romenesko distributed and reviewed the financial report. Motion (Loomer/Kukla) to approve the financial report. Approved 5-0.
Cash Fund Replacement Total
Checking Account Balance 125,046.03 16,310.03 108,736.00 125,046.03
Money Market Account Balance 2,989.99 2,989.99 - 2,989.99
Totals 128,036.02 19,300.02 108,736.00 128,036.02
Accounts Receivable: Current >30 Days >60 Days Total
Geneva National Community Services 18,401.82 - - 18,401.82
Interlaken Service Corporation 10,305.75 - - 10,305.75
28,707.57 - - 28,707.57
Pat Prahl distributed and reviewed the second quarter invoice. Third starter was installed last month. Expect cost to be approximately $24,000. Prahl and Snyder met with new WalCoMet Administrator, Brad Huza. Discussion included I&I, phosphorous issue, and metering/sampling. Huza would like to present the annual report in October or November. Pumps at Lift Station #1 were pulled and inspected. Had oil changed, all in good shape. Motion (Decker/Millard) to approve the second quarter invoice for $4,056.57 and accept the Geneva National Service Report for July. Approved 5-0.
Doug Snyder distributed and reviewed his report. Does not plan on attending the WalCoMet meeting as they appear to be guided properly by their District Administrator, Brad Huza. Memo and excerpt from their 29 page feasibility study report were reviewed. Total cost of the septage receiving station needs to be less than $75,000 to make it feasible. Their original plan was almost $500,000. Geneva National and Interlaken volumes are currently 10.1% greater than projected in the WalCoMet 2013 rate study; the corresponding billing is 5.8% higher. WalCoMet’s volume is 3.5% greater than expected and corresponding revenue is 6.0% greater. Motion (Kukla/Loomer) to accept the engineer’s report as presented. Approved 5-0.
Attorney Torhorst had no activity to report.
No public comments.
Motion (Loomer/Kukla) to adjourn at 6:52 p.m. Approved 5?0.
Debra L. Kirch, Secretary