Executive Board Meeting November 2013

President Melissa Baker called the Board meeting of the Kentucky Association of county Treasurer’s and Finance Officers to order on August 14, 2013, at the Galt House.

Approval of the minutes from the previous meeting was tabled till the KACo Conference in November, 2013.

Tammy Robertson presented a final treasurer report to be entered into the minutes showing a $.00 balance with the money being paid over to Becky Carroll the new KACTFO treasurer. Becky Carroll reported the banking account as of August 13, 2013 was $46,337.76. A motion was made to accept the Treasurer’s report by Tammy Robertson, seconded by Paula Guinn to approve the Treasurer’s report. Motion Carries.

Old Business

Kathy Dillow made a motion to approve all bills that are associated with the conference and any bills that may incurred before KACo Conference, second by Joan Isaacs. Motion carries.

Mary Conley and Jeff Gray gave an update on the treasurer training committee. Mary Conley also updated on the website and asks for the board to approval the contract with K2 Technology to add a training tab to the website in the amount of $800. Becky Carroll made the motion and Lissa Gibson 2nd. Motion carries.

Mary Conley then ask for board approval to add a PowerPoint to the training tab that would benefit new treasurers or counties that can not travel to be added to the same contract with K2 Technology with a cap of $1600. Lissa Gibson made the motion and Carol Vincent 2nd. Motion carries.

New Business

Glenda Harper made a monition for Secretary Susan Bailey to purchase a recorder for the purpose of taking minutes and the board to reimburse her, Tammy Robertson 2nd. Motion carries.

Melissa Baker reported that she had the KACTFO Conference set for April 2 to 4 of 2014 with more information to follow.

Motion to close the meeting was made by Mary Conley and 2nd by Glenda Harper. Melissa Baker closed the meeting.

Respectfully Submitted,
Susan Bailey, Secretary

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