PTRPC discusses audit, funded and proposed projects
During the Jan. 23 regular meeting of the Pioneer Trails Regional Planning Commission, members heard a report from Randall Fiene, CPA, concerning a recent audit of the commission.
Fiene presented the financial audit for the fiscal year 2018 and gave a brief overview. He reported there were no findings and, in his opinion, no modifications need to be made. Findings from the previous audit have been corrected, he reported, and measures have been put in place to prevent such issues in the future. The ending cash balance for the year is in access of $140,000 from various funding sources, due to the number of completed projects during the 2018 fiscal year.
The commission voted to accept the audit as presented.
In other business, the commission heard an overview of projects funded and proposed in the region from Executive Director Norman Lucas. Funded projects include:
—City of LaMonte Transportation Alternatives Program sidewalk grant.
—City of Leeton Small Communities Engineering Assistance Program DNR Grant.
—City of Lexington Transportation Alternatives Program trail grant.
—City of Sedalia Industrial Rail BUILD grant.
—City of Slater CDBG Emergency Water Distribution Improvement.
Proposed projects listed include:
—City of Holden Small Communities Engineering Assistance Program DNR grant.
—City of Houstonia USDA Wastewater Treatment Loan and Grant.
—City of Sweet Springs Buckner Foundation Grant.
—Saline County/Marshall Junction MoDOT Cost Share.
The commission also:
—Made amendments to the Bereavement Leave and Relatives provision in the personnel manual, adding aunt, uncle, niece and nephew to the list of family members used when making determinations concerning leave.
—Made amendments to the Small City/Village Caucus position portion of the bylaws.