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2012 KSA Board of Directors

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President Sheriff Steve Sparrow

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1st VP Sheriff John K Blackburn

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2nd VP Sheriff Rodney Coffey

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3rd VP Sheriff
















Sec/Treasurer Sheriff Chuck Korzenborn

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Serg. of Arms Sheriff Troy Young

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NSA 2nd Vice President Sheriff John Aubrey




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NSA Director Sheriff Keith Cain




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2011 Immediate Past President Sheriff Bruce Hampton

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2010 Past President Sheriff Jerry "Peanut" Gaines

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2009 Past President Mark Matthews




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KSA Exe. Director Retired Sheriff Wagner

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Sheriff Chris Carson




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Sheriff Kevin Corman

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Sheriff Zemmer Hammond




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Sheriff Pat Melton

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Sheriff Todd Pate

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Sheriff Craig Peoples




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Sheriff Garrett Roberts

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Sheriff Charlie Williams




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Sheriff Wallace Whittaker

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Sheriff Wayne "Tiny" Wright

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KENTUCKY SHERIFF’S ASSOCIATION

10/11/2012

Prestonsburg, KENTUCKY
Meeting called to order at 9:00 AM Eastern Standard Time.

Sheriff Chuck Korzenborn called role. Sheriff’s absent: Sheriff Matthews, Sheriff Carson, Sheriff Hammond, Sheriff Aubrey, Sheriff Cain, Sheriff Peoples, and Sheriff Williams



Sheriff Korzenborn certified a quorum.

Motion was made by Sheriff Melton and seconded by Sheriff Hampton to excuse the absent board members. Motion was approved unanimously.
MINUTES OF PRIOR MEETING
Motion was made to approve the September 16, 2012 minutes made by Sheriff Whitaker and seconded by Sheriff Wright to approve the minutes of the prior meeting as written. Motion was approved unanimously.

KENTUCKY SHERIFF’S ASSOCIATION SECTERARY/TREASURER REPORT
09/15/12-10/10/12

Paid bills per President Sparrow or Board Approval at KSA Meeting

KSA Operating Account Balance as of 09/15/2012 $ 44,354.77

KSA Savings Account $ 131,606.35

KSA Scholarship Account as of $ 5,750.00

KSA Convention Account as of $ 40,446.17
Dues Collected for the Year of 2012
The totals dues billed for the year 2012 are $121,598.00. As of 10/10/2012 $119,705.00 for a total of (97.93%) has been collected. That leaves an outstanding balance of $2,523.00
See attached for Check and Deposit Detail.


Motion to Accept Sheriff Melton

2nd Sheriff Roberts


UNPAID BILLS FOR BOARD APPROVAL
KSA Board of Directors Travel, Meeting and Conference $ 5,338.36
Motion to Accept Sheriff Young

2nd Sheriff Melton
KSA Convention Bill between $49,500-$50,000

Motion to Accept Sheriff Melton

2nd Sheriff Wright





KSA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT

KSA BOYS/GIRLS RANCH REPORT

KSA Executive Director Wagner Report
KSA Director Wagner submitted the July, August, and September financial report for the ranch
Motion was made to approve the reports made by Sheriff Whitaker and seconded by Sheriff Coffey to approve the financial report. Motion was approved unanimously.
KSA Conference-this year’s conference was the biggest conference that the KSA has had. Surveys turned in stated the best training was put on by Sheriff Coffey.
NSA President and Directors Conference-The conference was held in Louisville and it was well attended and was a big success for the KSA.
DOCJT- is finalizing the survey for the report to be submitted to the Justice Secretary.
KACO REPORT
Sheriff Korzenborn reported on the KACo legislative details on the Kentucky retirement system. See attached report.




KENTUCKY ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES

COUNTY EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM

FACT SHEET
I support the KACo Legislative Committee proposal passed today because it. . .


  • Creates a separate board for the County Employee Retirement System (CERS). Currently all retirement systems for state and local public employees (except teachers) are managed by the Kentucky Retirement System under its Board of Directors.



  • Creates a structure that will give CERS the ability to determine its own investment strategies. CERS has different assets and member demographics than does KRS and therefore different goals and objectives for investments.




  • Gives CERS the ability to track its own assets and liabilities separate from other retirement systems. Currently all funds in retirement systems of state and local employees are “pooled” and invested together. CERS is a separate fund and should be managed separately.




  • Establishes a plan to reach full funding in ten years without changing benefits for existing members. KRS has a much larger unfunded liability than does CERS.



Doesn't “pooling” the funds in five retirement systems mean the combined funds can earn more and be better managed?


  • Not necessarily. Because CERS has a much smaller unfunded liability, its investment strategy can be different. The CERS has an unfunded liability estimated at $6.9 billion. KRS' liability is estimated to be over $30 billion.



Will payments and benefits change under the KACo proposal?



  • Current benefits for employees and retirees in the system will not change. KACo believes that the contract between employer and employee goes into effect from the date an employee begins working for a member agency.




  • Employer payments would freeze at existing levels.




  • A lower retiree tax exemption may be necessary.




  • Benefits will most likely have to change for future hires.



Fast Facts


  • 94,685 employees participate in the County Employee Retirement System. 85,285 are in the non-hazardous duty system and 9,400 are in the hazardous duty system.




  • There are five retirement systems currently under the authority of the KRS Board of Directors: Kentucky Employee Retirement System Non-hazardous, Kentucky Employee Retirement System Hazardous, County Employee Retirement System Non-hazardous, County Employee Retirement System Hazardous and State Police Retirement System.

KLEC REPORT
NO REPORT
LEGISLATIVE UPDATE
PRESIDENT AGENDA
President Sparrow- James Comer is going to speak at the next KSA meeting. A presenter with the campaign to fight Prescription Drug abuse will speak on their new program.
KSA President Conference Hotel expenses- A recommendation to pay the President hotels expenses while attending the conference was presented to the board.
Motion was made to pay the President expenses made by Sheriff Blackburn and seconded by Sheriff Coffey to approve the minutes of the prior meeting as written. Motion was approved unanimously.

OLD BUSINESS
Auditors and County Fees-The KSA along is still working with both offices to work on issues that sheriffs have brought up as issues at the conference and other pending issues.
Sheriff Fuzzy Keesee addressed the board of going back to the General Assembly in reference to getting additional fees for the operations of Justice Centers.

NEW BUSINESS
Perry Co Sheriff Les Burgett updated the board on an ongoing investigation into funds missing from his office during his administration from previous term where he left office and then was reelected. A change in the KRS needs to be made in reference has to be reported within 90 days of funds missing. Sheriff Burgett stated he was out of office and they did the audit after 90 days and a suit was filed against him personally. The bookkeeper has been indicted for the theft but the Sheriff is still in the legal battle.
Sheriff Blackburn made a motion that the KSA needs into look at purchasing a new vehicle for the Executive Director. The motion was made by Sheriff Blackburn and second by Sheriff Wright to sell the current vehicle and get pricing on a new vehicle. Motion was approved unanimously.
KSA Dues- The board received a copy of dues increase between 1-3% for the year 2013 the motion was made by Sheriff Coffey to increase the dues by 3% to try and keep in line with the other associations, seconded by Sheriff Roberts. Motion was approved unanimously. A motion was made by Sheriff Hampton to increase the dues at 3% every year until we come in line with the other associations, seconded by Sheriff Gaines. Motion was approved unanimously.
Sheriff Coffey- requesting an email be sent out in reference to how many offices use special deputies and if there is a large response that the KSA would into training through KACo or through JCSO. The board agreed and an email will be sent.

NEXT MEETING
November 28, 2012 in Louisville at the Galt House, Breakfast to be served at 9:30 a.m. and the meeting will begin at 10:00 a.m. The meeting will be held during the KACo conference.
Motion to adjourn was made by Sheriff Melton and seconded by Sheriff Leavell. Motion was passed unanimously.

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