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SEPTEMBER 17, 2014

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2014 ROAD REGULAR MEETING
The regular meeting of the Bay County Road Commission, Road Department, was called to order at 9:00 a.m., at 2600 E. Beaver Road, by the Chairman, Richard Gromaski.
Roll Call: Richard Gromaski, Edward Rivet & Michael Rivard
Also present were: Road Commission Representatives: Jim Lillo, Engineer-Manager; Cory Wale, Assistant Engineer; and Tom Kramer General Superintendent; Dept. of Water & Sewer Representatives: Thomas Paige, Director; Supervisors – Terry Watson, Bangor; Ronald Campbell, Frankenlust; Mark Galus, Fraser; Tom Foret, Hampton; Dennis Bragiel, Kawkawlin; David Schabel, Merritt; Gary Brandt, Monitor; and Paul Wasek, Williams; George Augustyniak, Fraser Township Trustee; John Billette, Civil Engineering Consultants; Dan Hansford, Essexville; and Lisa VanDusen, Assistant Clerk of the Board.
The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
Commissioner Gromaski moved to approve the minutes of the September 3, 2014 meeting. Motion was adopted on a roll call vote:
Yeas: Rivard, Rivet & Gromaski
PUBLIC INPUT – G. Augustyniak commended crew working in Linwood.
Commissioner Rivet moved to renew a Contract with SAMSA for computer support and maintenance. Chairman is authorized to sign. Motion was adopted on a roll call vote: Yeas: Gromaski, Rivard & Rivet
Commissioner Rivard moved to approve Final Plat for Holly Springs Residential Subdivision, Phase I in Monitor Township. Full Board is authorized to sign. Motion was adopted on a roll call vote:
Yeas: Rivet, Gromaski & Rivard
Commissioner Gromaski moved to release a bond held for DeShano Companies, Inc. for bond #W170022287. Motion was adopted on a roll call vote:
Yeas: Rivard, Rivet & Gromaski
Commissioner Rivet moved to approve Agreement #6-2014-01, with Gibson Township for seal blend. Project is estimated at $5,580.00. Discretionary Fund is $5,580.00. The Chairman and the Clerk are authorized to sign for the Board. Motion was adopted on a roll call vote:
Yeas: Rivard, Gromaski & Rivet
Commissioner Gromaski moved to approve hiring Ms. Luann O’Laughlin as a temporary, part-time employee whose employment start and end dates will coincide with Lisa VanDusen’s maternity leave. Motion was adopted on a roll call vote:
Yeas: Rivard, Rivet & Gromaski
Commissioner Gromaski moved to approve payroll for the period of 8/23/14 through 9/5/14 in the amount of $112,201.03. Motion was adopted on a roll call vote:
Yeas: Rivet, Rivard & Gromaski
Commissioner Rivard moved to approve bills in the amount of $429,084.46. Motion was adopted on a roll call vote:
Yeas: Gromaski, Rivard & Rivet
Commissioner Gromaski moved to approve permits 14-216 through 14-229. Motion was adopted on a roll call vote:
Yeas: Rivet, Gromaski & Rivard
Engineer-Manager’s Report – County-wide paving update; Pyramid Paving to pave Benjamin/Edwin and crush Collegetown in Hampton next – Chip seal complete – Fog Seal started in Midland & Frankenlust Township – Ricoma Beach Project progressing well; started restoration on 9/17.

PUBLIC INPUT – P. Wasek commended Tom Kramer & Crew for excavating.
G. Augustyniak questioned paving on Elevator Road; will be completed along with Wilder & 3 Mile intersection.
T. Watson commended BCRC crew with the great work done on the North Union Project.

There being no further business before the Board, Commissioner Rivard moved to adjourn the meeting until Wednesday, October 1, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. Motion was adopted on a roll call vote at 9:26 a.m.:
Yeas: Rivet, Gromaski, Rivard

Respectfully Submitted by: Approved by:

Danean Wright Richard S. Gromaski
Clerk of the Board Chairman of the Board