HACTC has profitable FY 2017
Despite a loss in December, Pierce County commissioners learned Tuesday that the Heart of America Correctional & Treatment Center ended 2017 in the black.
HACTC Administrator Mike Graner informed the Board of County Commissioners during its regular meeting Tuesday morning that the facility accrued $248,267.60 in revenue in December, however it also incurred $313,995.20 in expenses resulting in a $65,727.60 loss for that month.
The facility ended fiscal year 2017 with a profit of $188,219.52.
Commission Chairman Dave Migler said the facility had a “good year.”
“Can’t kick on that at all,” Migler said.
In December the average daily population at HACTC was 111 inmates.
The facility currently sits at over 100 inmates, with the ADP in January at 107.
Graner also informed the board that the facility has all its officer positions filled, and the facility received its inspection report from the Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation and was in compliance with all 107 of the DOCR’s standards.
The board approved HACTC bills and financial statements.
– The board met with Human Resources Consultant Tanya Wieler and approved changes to the county’s employee manual.
– The board approved a motion to support in-county behavioral health service efforts.
– The board approved a request from County Veterans Service Officer Ron Montonye for approval for national certification training held out-of-state.
– The board approved abatement applications for A.J. Schneibel and Krystal Meester, Howard Duchscher, Leon Fritel and Cynthia Miller.
– The board approved January meeting minutes, bills and financial statements, and treasurer’s checks.
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