Carroll County Commissioners Meeting | April 24, 2013

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Meeting Notes

Welcome to the Carroll County NH Commissioners meeting from 4/24/13. Commissioners: David Babson, David Sorensen and Asha Kenney collectively administer the business of the County. The Board exercises budgetary control over County operations and prepares the annual budget for the approval by the County Delegation. The Board met at the County Administration Building, 95 Water Village Rd, Ossipee and began this meeting at 8:30am.


00:15 Public input; Daymond Steer, Conway Daily Sun, asks for update on the replacement of the County HR director;


01:11 David Babson, Commissioner, gives report on IT roundtable meeting; Nursing Home "Eden Approach" to patient care;


07:22 Asha Kenney, Commissioner, addresses a previous vote where she and the other commissioners voted unanimously to waive the bidding process for camera systems for the Jail; suggestion box at Mountain View Community; report on finding a recording secretary;


14:40 Discussion of previous minutes;


24:00 Work session begins; reviewing the process whereby money flows through the departments- Rob Horace of MVC; Domenic Richardi- Sheriff's department, Anne Aiton- Registrar of Deeds;


25:56 David Babson; date for public hearing for the MVC admission policy; re- motioning for a previous motion to accept a golf cart free of charge;


30:31 Commissioners process of receiving and answering email; 91A requests; John Ruckenbrod question- process of funds; meeting process; Daymond Steer- commissioners emails; transparency;


39:20 David Babson- employee policy book- how it should be made available to employees; delegation subcommittee Old Nursing Home Annex; request for proposal (RFP); front portion; electronic data file storage; DOC Star; County perambulation;


48:46 Discussion of perambulation; missing county sign in Union;


52:26 Public input; Steve Brown- waived bidding process for security camera's for the County Jail; what was the actual cost of contract; concern that the actual cost is not known and why the commissioners would proceed without knowing the cost;

Past Carroll County Commissioners Meetings