The Dent County Developmental Disabilities Board held its regular meeting on January 19th.
Members in attendance were Sean Bohrerjack, Grant Hamlet, AJ Seey, Ron Hutson, Wendy Pryor, Stephanie Floyd and Chip Adams. Members who were absent were Chris McGuirt and Cathy Diehl. Executive Director Amanda Sapoe was also present.
After approving the minutes, the Board discussed the four Board members whose terms will end on December 31, 2022. Members included Seay, Hamlet, Bolerjack and McGuirt. The board decided to recommend Hamlet and Ballerjack for re-election to the county board, giving him three years on the board, leaving two vacancies. The motion passed unanimously.
The Board then approved Scenic Rivers Industries’ emergency request, making $15,000 of the approved funds available for payroll, utilities, propane, and material for current contracts.
Seay has moved to allow SRI to use $15,000 of its approved funds for the stated purposes. The bill passed and Grant abstained.
Sapaugh explained the Board’s Funding Policy and Procedures Manual. She recommended an annual review of the Funding Policies and Procedures Manual and Bylaws. The Board has requested Sapaugh to provide the By-Laws and Funding Policy and Procedures Manual to be discussed at the April Board meeting.
Sapaugh provided the Executive Director’s report and preliminary energy analysis by Energy Solutions Professionals. Sapaugh asked if the board would be interested in more information that her ESP has offered to attend the board meeting. At the board meeting in April, he requested that Sapaugh arrange for her presentation by the ESP.
Sapaugh then discussed updating the signer information for the new account with Progressive Ozark Bank. Sapaugh, Hutson and Bolerjack, through the Progressive Ozark Bank, have been selected as signatories for the Money Market account. The motion passed unanimously.
The meeting closed at 7:08 p.m.