Triple Homicide in Oneida County

The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a triple homicide at a residence located about 20 miles west of Malad in Holbrook. The Sheriff’s Office received a report of the homicide Friday afternoon about 1:00 PM. When Deputies arrived three bodies were found inside the home, later identified as Brent L. Christensen (61), Trent Jon Christensen (32) and Yavette Chivon Carter (27). All three victims resided at the residence. Also, located were a 2 year old child, and a 2 month old infant. The infant was located under the arm of her mother, Yavette, as she was protecting  the baby. The children are safe and are with family at this time.

The murders are believed to have taken place sometime Thursday afternoon or early evening. Also located on the property are about 50 to 70 pit bull dogs and puppies raised for sale and dog fighting, and a marijuana grow operation in the basement of the home.

The Sheriff’s Office is being assisted by the Bannock, Bingham and Power County Sheriff’s Offices, Blackfoot City Police, Idaho State Police and the Box Elder County Sheriff’s Office in various aspects of the investigation.

Evidence is clear that this is not a random homicide, but that there is some type of relationship between the perpetrator and the victims, and the general public is not in immediate danger.

The Sheriff’s Office is asking anyone that may have attended the “Easter Party” at this residence on Sunday,  March 31st  to contact the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office at 208-766-2251. The Sheriff’s Office is also looking for the drivers of two different Semi Tractors: one is described as a blue semi-tractor with white block style lettering, and a red semi-tractor both of which had been seen at the residence this past week, neither were pulling trailers. They are not suspects but may have information that would be helpful to the investigation.

Anyone with information is asked to contacted the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office at 208-766-2251 or text a tip to 208-815-0120

New Administrator Named at Hospital

John Williams was named CEO and Administrator of Oneida County Hospital after the resignation of Todd Winder on March 21.
John Williams was born and raised in Malad. He has 20 years of experience in healthcare administration and an extensive background in skilled nursing facilities management.

MHS Wrestlers claim Academic State Wrestling Championship

The Malad High School wrestlers earned the Academic Championship at the 2A state tournament. The Academic State Championship is selected from Idaho schools who have a wrestling team. The unweighted grade point average of each member of the team is submitted to the Idaho High School Athletics Association. The team with highest average is selected to receive the award. Malad’s wrestlers also came home with the third place trophy from the state competition.

Piles of Snow Blanket Oneida County

Approximately nine inches of snow blanketed the valley Monday evening and early Tuesday morning. This is in addition to a similar amount received Sunday which netted about .9 inches of precipitation at the Oxford Mountain Snotel Site.

Check out the latest edition of The Enterprise for more on this story.

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• Firemen’s Ball set for Saturday
• Christmas Coloring Contest Grand Prize Drawing set for Saturday
• Win a Christmas ham
• New LDS Bishopric
• Victory Baptist Church announces concert
• Elementary program announced
• ISU Basketball Coach Bill Evans visits
• Commissioners pick road project engineer
• Public notices, news of record
• School sports and school news
• Name Santa’s Helpers Contest returns

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Rough Stock Band to play at Firemen’s Ball Saturday, December 8

    The 91st annual Firemen’s Ball will be held this Saturday, December 8, at the American Legion Building in Malad from 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. Put on your dancing shoes and be ready to dance to the music of the Rough Stock Band! If you don’t like to dance, maybe you would just like to sit and listen to this well-loved country band led by Harry Sherman. Popular throughout the area, Rough Stock is known for their high-energy country music.
During the evening the firemen will raffle an Ashley recliner. Tickets for the recliner can be purchased from Thomas Market, Hess Lumber or any Malad fireman. At the same time, plan to enter a raffle for a rifle! Throughout the evening door prizes will be awarded. #46 me’s partner. Proceeds from the dance and the raffle drawings help provide funds for the department.
For an enjoyable evening of local fun, plan to attend the Firemen’s Ball and help to honor our dedicated local firemen. All local firemen are volunteers and our community is lucky to have such a committed group of men who perform a great service to our city and county.

State Board repeals online graduation reqiurement

(Boise). The State Board of Education today repealed the pending rule that required students graduating in 2016 to take two online courses to graduate from high school. With Idaho voters rejecting Proposition 3 in the recent election, the Board decided the online requirement should be repealed and future requirements should be discussed as part of ongoing education reform efforts. “The voters sent the education system a clear message that all stakeholders must be involved in developing and implementing reform,” said State Board President Ken Edmunds. “The Board is committed to ensuring that students have the skills they need to succeed when they graduate from high school. Knowing how to learn effectively in an online environment is a critical skill, and the Board looks forward to the opportunity to revisit this issue with stakeholders.” Superintendent Luna concurred, “There is a need to make sure every student graduates from high school prepared to go on to postsecondary education and the workforce, which includes the skills to learn and work in a digital environment. After the vote on November 6, we will need to come at this with a different process and through a different approach.” The Board also approved repeal of the rule regarding Fractional Average Daily Attendance (ADA), which was rendered null and void with the rejection of Proposition 3. The rule provided that ADA be calculated based on time spent in various programs or online courses and created a basis for fractional ADA calculations among multiple providers. Due to the rejection of Proposition 1, the State Department of Education requested that the Board repeal the pending rule to incorporate parent and principal input as part of teacher evaluations. The Board approved repeal of this pending rule. School personnel evaluation procedures are already established in Administrative Rule and amendments may be brought forward in the future.

Land Board approves land exchange, acquires commercial building in Idaho Falls

(BOISE) – The Idaho State Board of Land Commissioners (Land Board) today unanimously approved a land exchange between the State of Idaho endowment trust and a private land owner in Bonneville County.

The endowment trust will exchange about 14 acres of property in McCall currently being used as the University of Idaho (UI) McCall Outdoor Science School (MOSS) for a privately owned commercial building of equal value in Idaho Falls.

The exchange will enable the Land Board and the Idaho Department of Lands (IDL) to perform on its constitutional duty to generate maximum long-term financial returns to the trust beneficiaries in two ways.

First, the exchange will instantly more than double cash returns to the beneficiaries of the property.  Secondly, the exchange builds the commercial land asset type within the overall endowment trust land portfolio, bringing diversity to a portfolio that is heavily comprised of two land asset types – rangeland and timberland.  Diversifying revenue sources strengthens the entire endowment trust land portfolio, making it more resilient to external forces that may impact one asset type.

In a separate transaction after the exchange is completed, the UI will work with the private land owner to bring the McCall property into UI ownership.  The MOSS campus has been used as an outdoor education facility since 1938, and the university and MOSS advocates for many years have indicated a desire for the university to acquire the property.

The UI endowment trust and the Normal Schools endowment trust (which benefits Lewis-Clark State College and the Idaho State University Department of Education) own the property. The UI and Normal Schools will receive hundreds of thousands of dollars more annually from the higher returns that the commercial building will generate.

The tenant of the Idaho Falls property is and would continue to be Battelle Energy Alliance, an operating contractor of the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) and collaborative partner with the UI, Boise State University, Idaho State University, and private industry.

The exchange shows the State’s support for the eastern Idaho community and the INL by committing to be a long-term landlord in the INL Research and Education campus in Idaho Falls.

Two Land Board members, Secretary of State Ben Ysursa and State Controller Brandon Woolf, recently held an open house in Idaho Falls to share information about the proposed land exchange with local officials and members of the public.

Notices

TRUSTEE’S SALE
Notice of Trustee’s Sale Idaho Code 45-1506 Today’s date: November 19, 2012 File No.: 7595.20515 Sale date and time (local time): March 25, 2013 at 11:00 AM Sale location: on the front steps of the Oneida County Courthouse, 10 E Court Street, Malad City, ID 83252 Property address: 402 Bannock Malad City, ID 83252 Successor Trustee: Northwest Trustee Services, Inc., an Idaho Corporation P.O. Box 997 Bellevue, WA 98009 (425) 586-1900 Deed of Trust information Original grantor: George W. Swank and Mary L. Swank, husband and wife Original trustee: Scott’s Land Title Original beneficiary: CitiFinancial, Inc. Recording date: 04/08/2003 Recorder’s instrument number: 134062 County: Oneida Sum owing on the obligation: as of November 19, 2012: $59,326.83 Because of interest, late charges, and other charges that may vary from day to day, the amount due on the day you pay may be greater. Hence, if you pay the amount shown above, an adjustment may be necessary after we receive your check. For further information write or call the Successor Trustee at the address or telephone number provided above. Basis of default: failure to make payments when due. Please take notice that the Successor Trustee will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for certified funds or equivalent the property described above. The property address is identified to comply with IC 60-113 but is not warranted to be correct. The property’s legal description is: Commencing at a point 149.5 feet South of the Northeast corner of Lot 1, Block 11, of the Townsite of Malad City, Idaho, as the same appears on the Plat thereof on file in the office of the County Recorder of Oneida County, thence running South 134 feet to the North line of Bannock Street, thence North 53 degrees 00’ West 140.5 feet; thence North 29 degrees 00’ East 83.5 feet; thence South 63 degrees 00’ East 78 feet to the Point of Beginning. T-2280 The sale is subject to conditions, rules and procedures as described at the sale and which can be reviewed at www.northwesttrustee.com or USA-Foreclosure.com. The sale is made without representation, warranty or covenant of any kind. (TS# 7595.20515) 1002.234202-File No.
Published in The Idaho Enterprise #4039 12/6/27/12 T4
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PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENT
TO PROPOSE OR PROMULGATE NEW OR CHANGED AGENCY RULES
The following agencies of the state of Idaho have published the complete text and all related, pertinent information
concerning their intent to change or make the following rules in the latest publication of the state Administrative Bulletin.

IDAPA 26 – IDAHO DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND
RECREATION
P.O. Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0065
26-0136-1201, Rules Governing the Winter Recreational Parking Permit Program. (Temp & Prop) IDPR has expanded on-line services to include a three-day, temporary Park`N`Ski pass. Customers purchasing the new permit will receive a document listing the dates the permit is valid and the new permit must be displayed on the vehicles’ dashboard, not hung from the rearview mirror. Comment by: 12/26/12.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
IDAPA 25 – Idaho Outfitters and Guides Licensing Board
25-0101-1201, Rules of the Idaho Outfitters and Guides Licensing Board (Written comment period closes 4/26/2013)

NOTICES OF NEGOTIATED RULEMAKING
IDAPA 27 – IDAHO BOARD OF PHARMACY
27-0101-1207, Rules of the Idaho Board of Pharmacy (Written comment period closes 1/10/2013)

Please refer to the Idaho Administrative Bulletin, December 5, 2012, Volume 12-12, for the notices and text of all rulemakings, public hearings schedules, information on negotiated rulemakings, executive orders of the Governor, and agency contact information.

Issues of the Idaho Administrative Bulletin can be viewed at www.adminrules.idaho.gov/

Office of the Administrative Rules Coordinator, Dept. of Administration, PO Box 83720, Boise, ID 83720-0306
Phone: 208-332-1820; Fax: 332-1896;
Email: rulescoordinator@adm.idaho.gov
Published in The Idaho Enterprise #4043 12/06/12 T1
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The Idaho Unclaimed Property Program posts an updated list of Idaho Unclaimed Property owners on the internet once each month. This online list can be viewed at sto.idaho.gov(click on “Unclaimed Property”). Anyone without Internet access can view the list on computers at most public libraries. Unclaimed Property consists of abandoned bank accounts, forgotten refund checks, utility deposits, gift certificates, and more.
Published in The Idaho Enterprise #4042 12/06/12 T1
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PUBLIC NOTICES

NOTICE OF PENDING ISSUE OF TAX DEED
FOR 2009 UNPAID TAXES

STATE OF IDAHO    )
) SS
COUNTY OF ONEIDA    )

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, THAT UNDER THE PROVISION OF REVENUE LAWS OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, THE COUNTY TREASURER, AS TAX COLLECTOR OF ONEIDA COUNTY, IN SAID STATE, IS DEEMED TO BE THE PURCHASER, IN TRUST, OF CERTAIN PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN A DELINQUENCY ENTRY MADE IN RESPECT OF UNPAID TAXES AND RESPECT OF WHICH THE TIME FOR REDEMPTION WILL EXPIRE January 14, 2013.

DELINQUENCY ENTRIES SUBJECT TO TAX DEED, January 14, 2013

PARCEL NO.    NAME OF     DESCRIPTION     2009 TAXES
RECORD OWNER         LATE CHARGE                    INTEREST
COSTS
RP0294500    Falconer Realty LLC     NESE    $     518.55
8911 South Sandy Parkway  4-14-36      10.38
Sandy, UT 84070         190.59
200.00    **
$     919.52

RP0029801    Nannette Hess     T-3400    $     226.40
c/o Jeff Hess     Lot 8 Block 9    4.52
1002 E 1050 N    Malad City     83.20            Ogden, UT 84404         200.00    **
$     514.12

RP0122901     V. Paul Hough ETUX CPWROS  T-5604    $       79.20            22485 W 10500 S    14-16-32    1.59
Stone, Id 83252        29.11
200.00    **
$     309.90

RP02749-35     Doris Sabine Inman    T-3516     $       80.58
c/o Dorie S. Mactino     22-15-35    1.62            794-5th Concession RR#1    29.62            Bruce Mines Porico        200.00    **        Ontaria Canada         $     311.82

RP0350802    Tracy Marble ETUX    T-3561     $118.74
6752 S Old Hwy 191    27-15-36    2.38
Malad, Id 83252        43.64
200.00    **
$364.76

RP0350900    Tracy Marble ETUX    T-3395    $     987.78
6752 S Old Hwy 191    27-15-36    19.76            Malad, Id 83252        363.04
200.00    **                $   1570.58

RP0248200    Margaret Swindle     T-2501 T-3877    $     139.56
c/o Joan Jetta Brown     27-14-35    2.80            421 S 14th Street        51.30
Muskogee, OK 74401        200.00    **
$     393.66

**(NOTE: TOTALS DO NOT REFLECT THE PRO-RATED SHARE OF THE COST OF THIS NEWSPAPER AD WHICH WILL BE ADJUSTED AND CHARGED AT TIME OF PAYMENT. TOTALS ARE DATED THROUGH December 31, 2012.

** FOR MORE INFORMATION CONCERNING THE LOCATION OF THESE
PROPERTIES OR MORE COMPLETE LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS, CONTACT THE ONEIDA COUNTY ASSESSOR’S OFFICE (208-766-4116 Ext 106.) FOR MORE INFORMATION CONCERNING THE TAX HEARING OR PAYMENT OF THE TAXES FOR THESE PROPERTIES, PLEASE CONTACT THE TREASURER’S OFFICE AT 10 COURT STREET, MALAD, IDAHO OR CALL 208-766-2962 Ext 108.
YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED, THAT IF SAID DELINQUENCY ENTRY IS NOT REDEEMED ON OR BEFORE December 31, 2012, BY PAYMENT OF SAID TAX TOGETHER WITH INTEREST, LATE CHARGES AND ADDED COSTS AS PROVIDED BY LAW, TO ME AT THE TAX COLLECTOR’S OFFICE AT MALAD, IDAHO, I SHALL THEREUPON AS REQUIRED BY LAW, MAKE APPLICATION TO THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS FOR A HEARING TO BE HELD ON January 14, 2013, AT 10:00 A.M., AND ISSUE TO THE SAID COUNTY OF ONEIDA, AS GRANTEE, A TAX DEED CONVEYING TO THE SAID COUNTY, ABSOLUTE TITLE TO THE PROPERTY AS DESCRIBED IN SAID DELINQUENCY ENTRY, FREE OF ALL ENCUMBRANCES, EXCEPT ANY LIEN FOR TAXES WHICH MAY HAVE BEEN ATTACHED SUBSEQUENTLY TO THE ASSESSMENT HEREINBEFORE REFERRED TO.

DATED AT MALAD CITY, ONEIDA COUNTY, IDAHO THIS 19 day of October 2012.

DIANNE B. PETT
TREASURER/EX-OFFICIO TAX COLLECTOR
ONEIDA COUNTY, IDAHO
Published in The Idaho Enterprise #4040 11/29/12 12/20/12 T4

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Notice of Trustee’s Sale Idaho Code 45-1506 Today’s date: October 11, 2012 File No.: 7043.22566 Sale date and time (local time): February 13, 2013 at 11:00 AM Sale location: on the front steps of the Oneida County Courthouse, 10 E Court Street, Malad City, ID 83252 Property address: 281 Bannock Street Malad City, ID 83252 Successor Trustee: Northwest Trustee Services, Inc., an Idaho Corporation P.O. Box 997 Bellevue, WA 98009 (425) 586-1900 Deed of Trust information Original grantor: Lori Larson, an unmarried woman Original trustee: Northern Title Original beneficiary: Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. solely as nominee for MetLife Home Loans, a division of MetLife Bank, N.A. Recording date: October 29, 2009 Recorder’s instrument number: 145035 County: Oneida Sum owing on the obligation: as of October 11, 2012: $119,678.00 Because of interest, late charges, and other charges that may vary from day to day, the amount due on the day you pay may be greater. Hence, if you pay the amount shown above, an adjustment may be necessary after we receive your check. For further information write or call the Successor Trustee at the address or telephone number provided above. Basis of default: failure to make payments when due. Please take notice that the Successor Trustee will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for certified funds or equivalent the property described above. The property address is identified to comply with IC 60-113 but is not warranted to be correct. The property’s legal description is: A parcel of land located in Block O, Malad Townsite survey, also part of Section 21, Township 14 South, Range 36 East, Boise Meridian, Malad City, Oneida County, Idaho, and further described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of 3rd West and Bannock Street located North 53 degrees 01’ 08” West 940.44 feet from the intersection of 2nd West and Bannock Street; thence South 53 degrees 01’ 08” East 206.05 feet; thence South 36 degrees 58’ 52” West 41.25 feet to a 5/8” rebar with cap labeled “A.A. Hudson, PLS 4735” set on the Southwesterly right of way line of said Bannock Street, the True Point of Beginning; thence South 53 degrees 01’ 08” East 99.68 feet along said Southwesterly right of way line to a 5/8” rebar with cap; thence South 59 degrees 42’ 58” West 348.15 feet to a 5/8” rebar with cap set at a fence corner; thence North 51 degrees 31’ 05” West 98.49 feet along a fence line to a 5/8” rebar with cap; thence North 59 degrees 41’ 39” East 345.30 feet along a fence line to the True Point of Beginning. The sale is subject to conditions, rules and procedures as described at the sale and which can be reviewed at www.northwesttrustee.com or USA-Foreclosure.com. The sale is made without representation, warranty or covenant of any kind. (TS# 7043.22566) 1002.230380-File No.
Published in The Idaho Enterprise #4026 10/25/12/11/15/12 T4

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Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Grant Activities
The county of Oneida is submitting a proposal to the Idaho Department of Commerce for an Idaho Community Development Block Grant (ICDBG) in the amount of $200,000 to $300,000.
The proposed project will construct a road at the Industrial Site located in the County of Oneida and near the City of Malad. This road will extend a short distance from the industrial site to the nearby crossroad. The project may or may not include moving power lines.
The hearing will include a discussion of the application, scope of work, budget, schedule, benefits of the project, how ICDBG funds will benefit low and moderate income persons, and the location of the proposed project.  The application, related documents, and ICDBG Application Handbook will be available for review. The hearing has been scheduled for November 26, 2012 at 10:00 a.m.  The meeting will be held in the Commissioners Chambers located at the Oneida County Court House.
The hearing will be held in a facility that is accessible to persons with disabilities.  Special accommodations will be available, upon request, five (5) days prior to the hearing in a format that is usable to persons with disabilities.  For more information, contact Lon Colton at 208-766-4116.
Max Firth
Oneida County Commission
10 Court Street
Malad, Idaho 83252

This Notice can be provided in a format accessible to persons with disabilities and/or persons with limited English proficiency upon request.
Al ser solicitada, ésta notificación puede ser proveída en un formato fácil de usar para personas con discapacidad y/o personas con conocimientos limitados del Inglés.
Oneida County is an equal opportunity employer.
Published in The Idaho Enterprise #4033/11/15/22/12/T2
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Assessment Notice
Samaria Lake Irrigating Company

Notice is hereby given that at the meeting of the board of directors held on the 8th day of November 2012, an assessment of $38.00 per share was levied upon the capitol stock of the company payable on or before the 15 day of December, 2012, to secretary Carrie John, 26945 N 8800 W, Portage Utah, 84331.  Any shares of this assessment which remains unpaid on the 1st day of January 2013 will be delinquent and subject to the law of the company which requires said stock to be advertised for sale to pay the assessment.

David Mills, President
Carrie John, Secretary
Published in The Idaho Enterprise 4034 11/15/22/29/12 T3
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NOTICE
This is to serve as notice that General Dynamics Wireless Services is in the process of fulfilling compliance requirements for a proposed 100-foot self-supported lattice telecommunications tower to be located on a mountain top near North Canyon Road and Stump Canyon Road at N 42° 11’ 07.85734”, W 112° 27’ 13.30481” in Oneida County, Idaho.  Comments are sought on the effect of the proposed tower on historic properties within the viewshed of the proposed tower per the Nationwide Programmatic Agreement of March 7, 2005 under the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966.  For comments, please write to: Ms. Bobbi Preite, 11849 W. Executive Drive, Suite G, Boise, Idaho 83713.
Published in The Idaho Enterprise 4035 11/15/22/12/T2
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NOTICE
This is to serve as notice that General Dynamics Wireless Services is in the process of fulfilling compliance requirements for a proposed 196-foot self-supported lattice telecommunications tower to be located on a mountain top near North Arbon Valley Road and North Hess Road at N 42° 14’ 19.94157”, W 112° 36’ 32.55447” in Oneida County, Idaho.  Comments are sought on the effect of the proposed tower on historic properties within the viewshed of the proposed tower per the Nationwide Programmatic Agreement of March 7, 2005 under the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966.  For comments, please write to: Ms. Bobbi Preite, 11849 W. Executive Drive, Suite G, Boise, Idaho 83713.
Published in The Idaho Enterprise #4036 11/15/22/12 T2
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Resolution  #2012-11-01

A RESOLUTION WRITTEN FOR THE PURPOSE OF AMENDING THE FY 2012 BUDGET FOR ONEIDA COUNTY PRIOR TO THE YEAR END CLOSE OUT.

WHEREAS, on September, 12th, 2011, the Oneida County Board of Commissioners adopted the Fiscal Year 2012 budget for Oneida County, as published; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Idaho Code 31-1605, the Board of Commissioners may proceed to adjust the budget as adopted: and
WHEREAS, Emergency Services received grant money in the amount of $25,975.00 for the purpose of conducting Hazard Mitigation research completed by Whisper Mountain, and
WHEREAS, The Road and Bridge department recived and spent grant monies for work done on the Narrows project and to build Low Water Crossings on various County roads, in the amount of $17,652.88 and $38,468.87 respectively, and
WHEREAS, the Justice fund was over spent in the following accounts; Sheriffs account, $16,086.04 due to vehicle fuel and maintenance and training costs. Juvenile account, $19,569.25 due to the lack of budgeted money for the required allotment for Juvenile facilities. Justice general funds, $17,057.19 for benefits, due to this account benefits, due to this account being budgeted short of the amount required, and
WHEREAS, the Swimming pool overspent their budget by $6,907.03 due to increased purchase of chemicals and added days of operation which increased the payroll payout, and
WHEREAS, the Tort fund was overspent by $7,000.43 due to increased cost of Workman’s compensation insurance as a result of an increase to the number of claims in recent years, and
WHEREAS, the Search and Rescue received income of $4,385.00 and spent $5,600.00 from their available funds.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of County Commissioners approve to increase the Emergency Services budget by $25,975.00 from the General fund to show the revenue and expense of grant monies received from Homeland Security, and
THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board of County Commissioners approve to increase the Road & Bridge budget by $56,121.75, using cash reserves from the Road and Bridge Fund to show the revenue and expense of grant monies received, and
THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board of County Commissioners approve to increase Sheriff’s budget by $16,086.04, the Juvenile Probation budget by $19,569.25, and the General Justice fund by $17,057.19, by using cash from cash reserves from the Justice fund to cover the budget shortfall, and
THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board of County Commissioners approve to increase the Parks and Recreation budget by $6,907.03, using cash reserves from the Parks and Recreation Fund to cover the budget Shortfall, and
THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board of County Commissioners approve to increase the Tort fund by $7,000.43, using cash reserves from the Tort Fund to cover the budget shortfall, and
THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board of County Commissioners approve to increase the Search and Rescue budget by $5,600.00 by using cash reserves in the Search and Rescue fund to cover the budget shortfall.
This resolution was approved and adopted by the Board of Oneida County Commissioners on the 13th Day of November, 2012 and will be retroactive to the 30th, day of September, 2012 for the close out of the 2012 Fiscal Year.

ADOPTED THIS 13TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 2012

BOARD OF ONEIDA COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

/s/ Max C. Firth
Max C. Firth, Chairman

/s/ Dale F. Tubbs
Dale F. Tubbs, Commissioner

/s/ Cecil C. Sweeten
Cecil C. Sweeten, Commissioner

Attest:
/s/ Matthew L. Colton
Matthew L. Colton, Clerk
Published in The Idaho Enterprise #4038 11/22/12 T1

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SYNOPSIS OF THE SEPTEMBER MINUTES
ONEIDA COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
Sept. 10th, 2012
Kevin Ball requested a building variance for a single wide in Curlew.
The motion was approve to send the request back to P&Z for further review and an official recommendation. Suzanne Johnson presented a favorable report of the County’s Juvenile Probation program. Todd Winder presented the Hospital budget for FY2013. Aaron Hull requested upgrades to the weed department’s facilities. County roads were discussed. A variance was approved to sell one lot in the Elkhorn Ridge Subdivision. A resolution, #2012-09-01, to increase the renewal fees for concealed weapons permits was approved. Also approved was the motion to hold an executive session for indigent matters. The BOCC approved indigent case #1O-2012-10012, and denied indigent case numbers 1O-2012-10015, 1O-2013-10001, and 1O-2013-10002
Minutes from the August 27th, meeting was approved. The claims were approved as submitted.
Sept. 24th, 2012
The Whitaker contract for low water crossings was signed. The BOCC approved the minutes from the last meeting and they approved the levies as submitted. A variance request by Chad Rindlisbacher was approved. The roads in the Daniels area were discussed. Kathy Ray gave updates on the proposed road at the industrial park. The Commissioners approved payment to SEICOG for help in obtaining grants. The Commissioners addressed the concerns from P&Z of having a committee to sign off on Subdivision roads when complete. The Hospital requested help through Homeland Security money to update their facilities. Names were discussed as possible candidates for the Airport Board.
Expenses for September 2012
Clerk-Auditor    $903.40
Assessor    $1,387.45    Treasurer-Tax Collector    $475.62    Commissioners    $6.95
Annex Building & Grounds    $453.35    Building & Grounds    $4,050.91    Emergency Services    $5,173.00    County Agent    $1,293.40    Data Processing    $2,857.79
Elections    $4,415.04    General      $1,147.89         Total Current Expense Fund    $22,164.80

Sheriff    $5,425.18    Prosecuting Attorney    $508.18
Public Defender    $2,500.00
Juvenile Detention    $967.91
Jail    $12,650.48         Total Justice Fund    $22,051.75
Road & Bridge    $91,996.46
Airport    $3,924.73    Ambulance    $2,784.14    District Court    $2,785.51    Fair    $7,561.74
Parks & Recreation    $6,511.62
Indigent & Charity    $11,074.75
Solid Waste    $50,547.31
Tort     $3,554.95
Weeds    $7,462.96
Consolidated Elections     $120.00
Waterways    $10.99
Auditor’s Trust    $27,489.58
Economic Development Trust     $585.53
Court Facility Trust    $591.99
Drug Court Trust    $282.90     Bear River Drug Task Force Trust     $315.00
911 Trust Account    $499. 54
Sheriff’s Revolving Trust          $174.00         Total All Funds    $262,490.25
Published in The Idaho Enterprise #4037 11/22/12 T1

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