AMENDED DRAFT MINUTES
Committee Present: Sandy Price, Chairman; Don Spaulding, Vice Chairman; Mike McKee, John Troy, Larry Cornell, Kathie Wilcox, Dan Tagliente
Other Legislators/Staff Present: Carol Tytler,
Legislator; Scott Schrader, County Administrator;
Others Present: Eric Mulvihill, News Director-WXHC; Dr. Doug Rahner, Family Health Network
The meeting was called to order at 8:35a.m. by Chairman Sandy Price
MOTION TO APPROVE THE
MINUTES OF THE MARCH 12, 2008 MEETING MADE BY MR. TROY 2ND BY
MR. CORNELL ALL PRESENT VOTING IN FAVOR MINUTES APPROVED
Area Agency on Aging
Discussion: Ms. Deloff explained that this position is for 10 hours a week for a staff member who is on a long-term leave.
2. Authorize Agreement Area Agency on Aging (StafKings Healthcare Systems, Inc.) MOTION BY MR. TROY 2ND BY MR. SPAULDING ALL PRESENT VOTING IN FAVOR MOTION PASSES
Ms. Deloff explained that these are Personal Care Aids and they are in
addition to Home Care for
Employment & Training
Davison indicated that this a standard agreement required for
Discussion: Ms. Davison informed the Committee that this plan is out for public review and that they have not received any comments so far.
Monroe indicated that DSS wanted another provider to look at other options.
Lann explained that the bus is used for summer field trips.
The Youth Bureau actually hires a qualified bus driver and pays $0.50
per mile. The
Veterans Mr. Bullock indicated that he has been getting
complaints about the way veterans are treated at our local clinic. He
will be speaking to someone at the VA Hospital to resolve this problem.
Mr. Lann advised the Committee that the County Youth Bureau will be
receiving $1,000.00 from Pall Trinity. Mr.
McKee commented that they have been receiving this money every year since he
has been a Legislator. Mr. Lann
also commented that they are trying to get a tennis program going this year.
Office of the Aging Ms. Deloff commented that the Bowl-a-thon went well. They raised over $4,000. Older Americans Day is May 8th with an essay contest for 4th, 5th, and 6th graders. They will also honor the Senior Citizen of the Year.
The Rosewood Home in Cincinnatus was discussed.
The home has a lot of deficiencies that have not been corrected such as
there is not enough food and smoking in the rooms as well as other
deficiencies. Dr. Rahner indicated
that the Family Health Network staff is appalled at the situation there.
Ms. Wilcox mentioned that the
Employment & Training Ms. Sandwick said that they are waiting for funds for the summer program and Ms. Davison indicated that they are losing approximately $210,000 from the state.
Social Services Ms. Monroe provided the following information:
The Foster Care Proclamation will be at the next Legislative Session.
The meeting was adjourned at 9:15a.m.
Minutes taken and prepared by