The Commission met on Tuesday, June 7, 2016. Present were: Presiding Commissioner Curtis Livengood; North District Commissioner David P. Chapin; South District Commissioner Richard Burke; and Susette Taylor, Clerk of the Commission.
Presiding Commissioner Curtis Livengood called the meeting to order.
Jeremy Davis with Rock Port Telephone was in to request an easement from the County to run fiber optic cable along the County property to the 911 Center. The Commission granted the request. Rock Port Telephone will have the easement prepared for approval.
Road & Bridge Supervisor Adam Meyer reported that land owner along the Atchison/Nodaway Line Road has contacted him about bringing a 1 mile section of road into the CART Rock Program. This would allow the road to be rock from State Highway 46 to State Highway DD. The Commission agreed to the request as long all conditions are met to bring the road into compliance by the landowners. A minimum of 600 Ton of rock per mile must be applied and maintained for one year by the land owners, then upon inspection and approval by the Road and Bridge Supervisor it will become a CART Road and be maintained by the County. Supervisor Meyer will provide the required forms to the landowners.
Supervisor Meyer then requested approval to seek bids for a D6T Dozer. The commission approved and Supervisor Meyer will draw up the specifications for a June 30 bid opening.
Clerk Taylor reported that the new Department of Labor law for salaried employees will go into effect as on December 1, 2016. The County currently has three supervisor positions that are salaried that will need to be moved to hourly earnings to comply with the new regulations. North District Commissioner David Chapin made a motion that the three employees currently on salary be moved to hourly status as of July 24th, 2016. This would allow their time sheets to match current payroll dates. The motion was seconded by South District Commissioner Richard Burke. Presiding Commissioner Livengood called for further discussion, there being none, a roll call vote to approve was as follows: Chapin – yes; Burke – yes and Livengood – yes.
Commissioner Burke and Livengood went out to inspect county property and roads.
There being no further business to come before the commission, the commission adjourned.

The Commission met on Thursday, June 9, 2016. Present were: Presiding Commissioner Curtis Livengood; North District Commissioner David P. Chapin; and South District Commissioner Richard Burke. Susette Taylor, Clerk of the Commission was absent.
Presiding Commissioner Curtis Livengood called the meeting to order.
Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved.
Bills were reviewed, approved and ordered paid.
Mr. Robert Gibson with Tiffany Care Centers was present to introduce the new Administrator of Pleasant View Nursing and Rehabilitation facility to the Commission. Kent Hohensee began his duties on June 6th and will work with the County on budget items that are shared between the county and Tiffany Care Centers.
There being no further business to come before the commission, the commission adjourned.

The Commission met on Tuesday, June 14, 2016,. Present were: Presiding Commissioner Curtis Livengood; North District Commissioner David P. Chapin; South District Commissioner Richard Burke and Susette Taylor, Clerk of the Commission.
The Commissioners met at the Tarkio Resource Center to participate in the graded Emergency Radiological Drill.
There being no further business to come before the commission, the commission adjourned.

The Commission met in Special Session on Wednesday, June 15, 2016, Present were: Presiding Commissioner Curtis Livengood; South District Commissioner Richard Burke and Susette Taylor, Clerk of the Commission. North District Commissioner David Chapin was absent.
Also in attendance for the Special Session were Lori Jones, Assessor; and Diane Livengood, Collector.
The Special Meeting was held to allow Leanne Russell Fate, Associate Project Developer with EDF renewable energy the opportunity to provide a presentation to the County outlining the timeline of an anticipated project being developed in Atchison County known as the Brickyard Hill Project. The project would be a 150 MW project that would provide 100 – 150 temporary jobs during construction and 4 – 6 long term permanent positions during operation. They are hosting a landowner meeting tonight in Maryville.
There being no further business to come before the commission, the commission adjourned.

The Commission met on Thursday, June 16, 2016. Present were: Presiding Commissioner Curtis Livengood; North District Commissioner David P. Chapin; South District Commissioner Richard Burke and Susette Taylor, Clerk of