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2010-02-03 MINUTES 1 <br /> <br />COMMISSIONERS' MINUTES <br />KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON <br />COMMISSIONERS AUDITORIUM <br />SPECIAL MEETING <br /> <br />WEDNESDAY 11:00 A.M. FEBRUARY 3, 2010 <br /> <br />Board members present: Chairman Mark McClain, Vice-Chairman <br />Paul Jewell and Commissioner Alan Crankovich. <br /> <br />Others: Julie Kjorsvik, Clerk of the Board; Judy Pless, Budget & <br />Finance Manager and 5 members of the public. <br /> <br />SPECIAL MEETING HB 1386 APPLICATIONS COMMISSIONERS <br /> <br />At approximately 11:00 a.m. CHAIRMAN McCLAIN opened a special <br />meeting to review applications received for funding from House <br />Bill 1386, for historic preservation and historic document <br />preservation. After a notice was published in the paper of <br />record of the Boards’ intent to distribute funds (subject to <br />availability of funding), there were a total of four project <br />applications received by the January 11, 2010 deadline. <br /> <br />Judy Pless, Budget & Finance Manager noted there was $33,051.04 <br />available in the fund for the Boards’ consideration, and that <br />$9,869.00 was for funding of the 2010 Records/Archive Clerk’s <br />position in the Commissioners office. <br /> <br />Barbara Foster reviewed the request for funding from the Rodeo <br />Hall of Fame, in the amount of $1,825.00, to purchase a scanner <br />in order to preserve rodeo images from the time period 1929- <br />1955. Mary Christensen reviewed the request for funding from <br />the Kittitas County Genealogical Society, in the amount $996.49, <br />to purchase a copy machine and to repair/rebind books. Lori <br />Foulke reviewed the request for funding from the Kittitas County <br />Historical Society, in the amount of $4,995.00, to preserve <br />documents of local historical significance which are unique and <br />one of a kind and which could not be replaced if damaged. She <br />also spoke of the application submitted by the Northern Kittitas <br />County Historical Society, in the amount of $5,000.00, to assist <br />with replacing the roof of The Carpenter House Museum. <br /> <br />Commissioner Crankovich questioned if the roof repair project <br />for The Carpenter House Museum would qualify under the <br />guidelines for funding from HB1386. Commissioner Jewell noted <br />the Board previously approved funding of the Rehabilitation of <br />Old City Hall in 2008, and the window repair project in Roslyn,