Accounts payable

Claims data explained to commissioners – St. John News

By Lisa Weber Stafford County Deputy Clerk

The Stafford County Board of Commissioners met in ordinary session on Wednesday, July 20, 2022, in the Board Room Annex. President Wycoff called the meeting to order at 8:30 a.m. Present: Todd Wycoff, Bryce Garner and Clayton Grimmett.

Commissioner Garner moved, seconded by Commissioner Grimmett, to approve the minutes of the July 6 meeting. Motion carried 3-0.

Commissioner Garner moved, and Commissioner Grimmett seconded, to accept the resignation of Mary Hildebrand as Treasurer of Union Township. Motion passed 3-0.

Commissioner Garner moved, and Commissioner Grimmett seconded, to approve the appointment of Gemma Austin to fill the unexpired term of Treasurer of Union Township. Motion carried 3-0.

Mike Minton, Gallagher, and Associates, representing Benefits Management, presented the utilization report for the first half of 2023. He reviewed the report and explained the claims data. He’ll be back in the fall with renewal numbers for next year. It will also provide information for a fully funded plan for comparison with our self-funded plan as well as an analysis on a specialty drug plan option.

Vanessa Cornwell, Treasurer, presented a list of outstanding checks from the previous year to be voided. Commissioner Garner moved, and Commissioner Grimmett seconded, to allow the Treasurer’s Department to void outstanding checks from the previous year. Motion carried 3-0. Commissioner Garner moved, and Commissioner Grimmet seconded, to suspend the Executive Session for 5 minutes pursuant to the solicitor-client privilege exception to discuss a sensitive matter with no action taken and adjournment to follow. Motion passed 3-0. Entry at 9:38 a.m. Exit at 9:43 a.m. Persons present: commissioners, county clerk, county attorney.

July accounts payable vouchers and checks have been approved and signed from the following funds:

General

74,341.18

Road & Bridge

Health

rural fire

Nox weeds

Expert

Solid waste

EMS

1,102.87

motor vehicle

E911

Equipment Reserve

Services for the elderly

22,014.50

local alcohol

2,500.00

SF CO Hospital

119,250.00

COVID-19 Grant – Health

325.94

TOTAL $219,534.49

The meeting adjourned at 9:43 a.m.