MADISON COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
RESOLUTIONS – AUGUST 12, 2008
Please note that the numbers on the resolutions listed below are agenda numbers only.
Official resolution numbers will be assigned on the final print of the minutes following the
RESOLUTION NO. 15
AUTHORIZING THE CHAIRMAN AND THE SHERIFF TO ENTER INTO AN
AGREEMENT TO PROVIDE SPECIALIZED LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES WITH
THE VILLAGE OF EARLVILLE
WHEREAS, The Village of Earlville has requested of the Madison County Sheriff
a provision to it of specialized law enforcement services, consisting of coverage in
excess of that usually and normally furnished by the Sheriff to the village; and
WHEREAS, the Sheriff is willing to provide such coverage presently to the extent
of up to16 man hours per week , subject to increase or decrease upon the mutual
agreement of the Sheriff and the Village of Earlville; and
WHEREAS, the Village of Earlville will reimburse the Sheriff at an hourly rate of
$30.00 per hour for the part-time personnel , which personnel shall be used
predominantly where reasonably possible; and will reimburse the Sheriff at a rate based
upon the rate payable by the County to full-time deputies in the event the same shall be
required to be used, which rate shall be inclusive of fringes, benefits, and related
allocable costs ; and
WHEREAS, the sheriff shall furnish the vehicle, all labor, equipment and supplies
required to deliver said services and the Village shall provide and maintain an office,
necessary office equipment (including but not limited to a telephone, computer, printer
parking space/facility), all is more fully set forth in this Agreement; and
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Sheriff and the Chairman of the
Board of Supervisors be and are hereby authorized to execute an agreement with the
Village of Earlville for the provision of Specialized Law Enforcement Services, for a term
of one year commencing September 1, 2008 and renewable annually, in the form as is
on file with the Clerk of this Board.
(PENDING BOARD APPROVAL)
WE the PEOPLE wonder...
WHY DID THE MAYOR NOT WANT A LOCAL POLICE OFFICER?
WHAT DOES IT REALLY COST THE VILLAGE, COMPARED TO THE LOSS OF THEIR PERSONAL LOCAL POLICE OFFICER?