EXECUTIVE COUNCIL – September 27, 2021

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OF IOWA AGENDA

– Teleconference Only –

Conference Call Phone Number: (866) 685-1580

Conference Code Pin: 0009990993

 10:00 AM

September 27, 2021

  1. Approval of minutes from the Executive Council meeting held on September 20, 2021
  1. Emergency Allocations – Pages 1 – 4
  1. Payment of Cost Items – Pages 4 – 7
  1. Information Items – Page 7
  1. Emergency Allocations
  1. Department of Public Safety is requesting an emergency allocation in the amount of $3,878.00. On March 19, 2020, State Patrol Vehicle #42 was damaged by a deer. Request is to cover repair costs.

The State Auditor’s Office has reviewed request and recommends allocation, subject to audit of actual invoices.

  1. Department of Public Safety is requesting an emergency allocation in the amount of $2,166.20. On January 12, 2021, State Patrol Vehicle #299 was damaged by a deer. Request is to cover repair costs.

The State Auditor’s Office has reviewed request and recommends allocation, subject to audit of actual invoices.

  1. Department of Public Safety is requesting an emergency allocation in the amount of $11,489.20. On January 13, 2021, State Patrol Vehicle #473 was damaged by a deer. Request is to cover repair costs.

The State Auditor’s Office has reviewed request and recommends allocation, subject to audit of actual invoices.

  1. Department of Public Safety is requesting an emergency allocation in the amount of $4,416.71. On March 6, 2021, State Patrol Vehicle #54 was damaged by a deer. Request is to cover repair costs.

The State Auditor’s Office has reviewed request and recommends allocation, subject to audit of actual invoices.

  1. Department of Public Safety is requesting an emergency allocation in the amount of $2,978.51. On March 21, 2021, State Patrol Vehicle #236 was damaged by a deer. Request is to cover repair costs.

The State Auditor’s Office has reviewed request and recommends allocation, subject to audit of actual invoices.

  1. Department of Public Safety is requesting an emergency allocation in the amount of $2,508.38. On April 17, 2021, State Patrol Vehicle #326 was damaged by a raccoon. Request is to cover repair costs.

The State Auditor’s Office has reviewed request and recommends allocation, subject to audit of actual invoices.

  1. Department of Public Safety is requesting an emergency allocation in the amount of $3,334.00. On April 5, 2021, State Patrol Vehicle #88 was damaged by hail. Request is to cover repair costs.

The State Auditor’s Office has reviewed request and recommends allocation, subject to audit of actual invoices.

  1. Department of Public Safety is requesting an emergency allocation in the amount of $3,052.00. On April 12, 2021, State Patrol Vehicle #98 was damaged by a deer. Request is to cover repair costs.

The State Auditor’s Office has reviewed request and recommends allocation, subject to audit of actual invoices.

  1. Department of Public Safety is requesting an emergency allocation in the amount of $4,422.60. On May 15, 2021, State Patrol Vehicle #372 was damaged by a deer. Request is to cover repair costs.

The State Auditor’s Office has reviewed request and recommends allocation, subject to audit of actual invoices.

  1. Department of Public Safety is requesting an emergency allocation in the amount of $2,176.37. On May 18, 2021, State Patrol Vehicle #177 was damaged by a raccoon. Request is to cover repair costs.

The State Auditor’s Office has reviewed request and recommends allocation, subject to audit of actual invoices.

  1. Department of Public Safety is requesting an emergency allocation in the amount of $3,091.80. On May 19, 2021, State Patrol Vehicle #366 was damaged by a deer. Request is to cover repair costs.

The State Auditor’s Office has reviewed request and recommends allocation, subject to audit of actual invoices.

  1. Department of Public Safety is requesting an emergency allocation in the amount of $2,569.27. On May 20, 2021, State Patrol Vehicle #665 was damaged by a media tent. Request is to cover repair costs.

The State Auditor’s Office has reviewed request and recommends allocation, subject to audit of actual invoices.

  1. Department of Public Safety is requesting an emergency allocation in the amount of $7,781.98. On June 1, 2021, State Patrol Vehicle #83 was damaged by a deer. Request is to cover repair costs.

The State Auditor’s Office has reviewed request and recommends allocation, subject to audit of actual invoices.

  1. Department of Public Safety is requesting an emergency allocation in the amount of $2,758.20. On May 26, 2021, State Patrol Vehicle #239 was damaged by a deer. Request is to cover repair costs.

The State Auditor’s Office has reviewed request and recommends allocation, subject to audit of actual invoices.

  • Department of Administrative Services is requesting an emergency allocation in the amount of $2,893.48. On December 5, 2020, Vehicle #2923 was damaged by vandalism. Request is to cover repair costs.

The State Auditor’s Office has reviewed request and recommends allocation, subject to audit of actual invoices.

  1. Department of Administrative Services is requesting an emergency allocation in the amount of $3,592.21. On January 25, 2021, Vehicle #1134 & 105455 had their catalytic converters stolen. Request is to cover repair costs.

The State Auditor’s Office has reviewed request and recommends allocation, subject to audit of actual invoices.

  1. Department of Administrative Services is requesting an emergency allocation in the amount of $6,745.19. On January 21, 2021, Vehicle #1024 had its catalytic converter stolen. Request is to cover repair costs.

The State Auditor’s Office has reviewed request and recommends allocation, subject to audit of actual invoices.

  1. Department of Administrative Services is requesting an emergency allocation in the amount of $2,068.16. On April 1, 2021, Vehicle #1455 had its catalytic converter stolen. Request is to cover repair costs.

The State Auditor’s Office has reviewed request and recommends allocation, subject to audit of actual invoices.

  1. Department of Administrative Services is requesting an emergency allocation in the amount of $2,411.67. On April 23, 2021, Vehicle #2174 was damaged by a pheasant. Request is to cover repair costs.

The State Auditor’s Office has reviewed request and recommends allocation, subject to audit of actual invoices.

  1. Department of Administrative Services is requesting an emergency allocation in the amount of $4,714.97. On May 27, 2021, Vehicle #105673 & 105681 had their catalytic converters stolen. Request is to cover repair costs.

The State Auditor’s Office has reviewed request and recommends allocation, subject to audit of actual invoices.

  1. Department of Administrative Services is requesting an emergency allocation in the amount of $3,608.39. On June 22, 2021, Vehicle #2659 was damaged by a deer. Request is to cover repair costs.

The State Auditor’s Office has reviewed request and recommends allocation, subject to audit of actual invoices.

  1. Department of Administrative Services is requesting an emergency allocation in the amount of $2,031.80. On June 3, 2021, Vehicle #1209 was damaged by a deer. Request is to cover repair costs.

The State Auditor’s Office has reviewed request and recommends allocation, subject to audit of actual invoices.

  1. Department of Administrative Services is requesting an emergency allocation in the amount of $3,267.88. On June 2, 2021, Vehicle #2629 was damaged by a deer. Request is to cover repair costs.

The State Auditor’s Office has reviewed request and recommends allocation, subject to audit of actual invoices.

  1. Payment of Cost Items
  1. Department of Corrections (IMCC) …..…………………………………….$62,162.42

On December 28, 2020, hot water condensate tank failure needed tank and water line replacement. Request is to cover repair costs.

The State Auditor’s Office has reviewed this request and recommends payment.  This represents full and final payment, $5,837.58 will be reverted and this allocation closed.

           

  1. Department of Natural Resources ………………………….…………………$24,964.19

On September 29, 2016, floods damaged various Iowa state parks. Request is to cover repair costs.

The State Auditor’s Office has reviewed this request and recommends payment.  This represents partial payment.

  1. Department of Natural Resources …………………….……………………$199,942.13

Drainage Assessments Pursuant to Iowa Code Section 468.43:

      Allamakee                                                                        $1,544.34

      Clay                                                                                $14,916.43

      Des Moines                                                                    $10,706.00

      Dickinson                                                                         $9,149.00

      Emmet                                                                              $4,939.00

      Fremont                                                                          $19,363.80

      Hamilton                                                                          $1,401.16

      Hancock                                                                           $2,577.00

      Harrison                                                                              $884.68

      Howard                                                                                 $42.00

      Jackson                                                                               $548.94

      Kossuth                                                                               $287.71

      Louisa                                                                            $15,668.00

      Mills                                                                                 $2,187.36

      Monona                                                                                 $74.00

      Muscatine                                                                        $2,657.00

      Palo Alto                                                                        $83,356.31

      Pocahontas                                                                            $25.64

      Pottawattamie                                                                  $2,635.00

      Story                                                                                     $28.97

      Van Buren                                                                           $232.92

      Winnebago                                                                       $8,933.95

      Woodbury                                                                      $14,887.12

      Worth                                                                               $1,914.00

      Wright                                                                                 $981.80

Michael J. Moss, Assistant Attorney General, has reviewed this request and recommends payment.

  1. Patterson Law Firm L.L.P….……………..………………………………………..$736.00

729 Insurance Exchange Building

505 Fifth Avenue

Des Moines, IA 50309-2390                                                                         

Michelle Franz v. Woodward Resource Center, State of Iowa and Second Injury Fund of Iowa

Jeffrey S. Thompson, Solicitor General, has reviewed this invoice and recommends payment.  Payment will be made from the Second Injury Fund.

  1. Patterson Law Firm L.L.P….……………..………………………………………….$42.00

729 Insurance Exchange Building

505 Fifth Avenue

Des Moines, IA 50309-2390                                                                        

Kelly Hartz v. University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics, State of Iowa and Second Injury Fund of Iowa

Jeffrey S. Thompson, Solicitor General, has reviewed this invoice and recommends payment.  Payment will be made from the Second Injury Fund.

  1. Patterson Law Firm L.L.P….……………..……….…………………………………$170.00

729 Insurance Exchange Building

505 Fifth Avenue

Des Moines, IA 50309-2390                                                                        

Robert Kurtz v. Iowa Department of Transportation and State of Iowa and Second Injury Fund of Iowa

Jeffrey S. Thompson, Solicitor General, has reviewed this invoice and recommends payment.  Payment will be made from the Second Injury Fund.

  1. Patterson Law Firm L.L.P…….………………..……………………………………..$70.00

729 Insurance Exchange Building

505 Fifth Avenue

Des Moines, IA 50309-2390                                                        

      Larry Opal v. Clarinda Correctional Facility, State of Iowa and Second Injury Fund of Iowa

Jeffrey S. Thompson, Solicitor General, has reviewed this invoice and recommends payment.  Payment will be made from the Second Injury Fund.

  1. Patterson Law Firm L.L.P…….………………..………………………………………$28.00

729 Insurance Exchange Building

505 Fifth Avenue

Des Moines, IA 50309-2390                                                        

      Bryson Powell v. Glenwood Resource Center, State of Iowa and Second Injury Fund of Iowa

Jeffrey S. Thompson, Solicitor General, has reviewed this invoice and recommends payment.  Payment will be made from the Second Injury Fund.

  1. Simmons Perrine Moyer Bergman PLC…………………………………….$977.50

115 Third Street SE, Suite 1200

Cedar Rapids, IA 52401

Tobacco Settlement Authority

Jeffrey S. Thompson, Solicitor General, has reviewed this invoice and recommends payment.  Payment will be made from the Tobacco Settlement Authority.

  1. Michael Marquess…….………………..…………………………………………….$5,000.00

2183 Docks Drive

Garwin, IA 50632

      Tribal cases when the offenses are committed by non-natives against non-natives (or without a victim) on the Sac and Fox Indian Settlement in Tama County

Jeffrey S. Thompson, Solicitor General, has reviewed this invoice and recommends payment.  Payment will be made from the General Fund.

  1. Information Items
  1. The City of Seymour made their fifth Contingency Loan payment of $17,180.00. This loan was approved for $284,837.00 on May 8, 2017 and is prorated not to exceed twenty years. Total repayment to date: $27,180.00.

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