Minutes for Monday, February 27, 2017
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9:30 The Callaway County Commission will meet with Pam Oestreich, County Collector, to discuss outlawed taxes per RSMo 140.730.3
10:00am The Callaway County Commission will meet to discuss employee vacation and disposal of County property.

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Monday, February 27, 2017

 

The Callaway County Commission met with the Presiding Commissioner Gary Jungermann, Eastern District Commissioner Randy Kleindienst, and Western District Commissioner Roger Fischer present.

 

Business of a general nature was conducted on this day.

 

Delinquent Taxes

10:00am

 

The Callaway County Commission met with Pam Oestreich, County Collector, to discuss delinquent taxes. Denise Hubbard was present representing the County Clerk’s office.

 

Mrs. Oestreich would like to discuss delinquent taxes for the years 2011, 2012, and 2013. There are 84 tax bills that her office has tried to collect on, most of them cannot be found or won’t pay. Per statute she may remove tax bills off tax rolls after three years. The total to write off from these three yeas is $14,285.89.

Eastern District Commissioner Kleindienst made a motion to authorize Pam Oestreich, County Collector, to write-off $14,285.89 in delinquent taxes for 2011, 2012, and 2013 per RSMo 140.730.3. If the individuals show up the bills may be reinstated.

 

Western District Commissioner Fischer seconded the motion. All in favor… ayes have it. Court Order #18 signed.

 

Court Order #18 – Delinquent Taxes

 

Now on this day, the Calllaway County Commission does hereby authorize Pam Oestreich, Callaway County Collector, to write off $14,285.89 in delinquent taxes form her tax books for the years 2011 through 2013 per RSMo 140.730.3. If the property owners included in this write off come forward in the future, the Callaway County Collector has the option to reinstate the tax bills.

 

Employee Vacation

10:15am

 

The Callaway County Commission met with Leah Laramore, HR Director, to discuss employee vacation. Denise Hubbard was present representing the County Clerk’s office.

 

The County vacation schedule is based on years of service per employee. Currently once an employee reaches their 15-year anniversary date they receive the maximum amount of 14 hours of vacation accrual per month.

 

Eastern District Commissioner Kleindienst would like to consider allowing employees to receive 16 hours of vacation accrual per month once they reach their 20-year anniversary date. The maximum amount of hours allowed to be kept on the books would remain at 240 hours. Mrs. Laramore said that currently there are 20 employees that have been with the County 20 or more years that would be affected by the policy change.

 

The group will reconvene on March 1, 2017 at 1:30pm to make a decision.

 

Adjourn

 

Ordered that the Commission adjourn until Tuesday, February 28, 2017.





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