Journal Express, Knoxville, IA

Local News

January 19, 2013

Supervisors meet Tuesday, try to plan ahead

(Continued)

Knoxville —

 

V. CONSENT AGENDA (All items listed under the consent agenda will be enacted by one motion.)

 

  1. Approve Marion County Claims through January 22, 2013.

  2. Approve Marion County Conservation Warrants 194708 – 194737 through 1/15/13.

  3. Approve Marion County staff salary adjustments. A list is available in the Marion County Auditor’s Office.

  4. Approve Board of Supervisor Regular Session Minutes – 12/24/12, 1/8/13

  5. Approve Board of Supervisor Special Session Minutes – 1/2/13

 

Discussion_______________________________________________________________________

Motion ______________________________

Second ________________________________

Vote

Kingery_________

Raymie__________

Agan__________

 

VI. PUBLIC HEARINGS – None

 

VII. ZONING ITEMS – None

 

VIII. ORDINANCES – None

 

IX RESOLUTIONS - None

 

X. OTHER BUSINESS

 

1. Discussion and action as necessary with representatives of Red Rock Area Community Action Program regarding public transportation services in Marion County.

 

Discussion_______________________________________________________________________

Motion ______________________________

Second ________________________________

Vote

Kingery_________

Raymie__________

Agan__________

 

2. Discussion and action as necessary with Mindy Creighton, Mid Iowa Community Action, regarding administration space needs.

 

Discussion_______________________________________________________________________

Motion ______________________________

Second ________________________________

Vote

Kingery_________

Raymie__________

Agan__________

 

3. Discussion and action as necessary with an Iowa Department of Natural Resources representative regarding the Bussey Memorial Hall.

 

Discussion_______________________________________________________________________

Motion ______________________________

Second ________________________________

Vote

Kingery_________

Raymie__________

Agan__________

 

4. Discussion and action as necessary with Larry Spellerburg, Calhoun and Burns, regarding a proposed renovation project with the Marion County Courthouse Clocktower.

 

Discussion_______________________________________________________________________

Motion ______________________________

Second ________________________________

Vote

Kingery_________

Raymie__________

Agan__________

 

5. Discuss and take action on authorizing bargaining unit services with Von Bokern Associates.

 

Discussion_______________________________________________________________________

Motion ______________________________

Second ________________________________

Vote

Kingery_________

Raymie__________

Agan__________

 

6. Discuss and take action on official county newspaper request from Marion County News.

 

Discussion_______________________________________________________________________

Motion ______________________________

Second ________________________________

Vote

Kingery_________

Raymie__________

Agan__________

 

7. Receive and file FY13/14 Marion County Compensation Board recommendations.

 

Discussion_______________________________________________________________________

Motion ______________________________

Second ________________________________

Vote

Kingery_________

Raymie__________

Agan__________

 

8. Receive and file Sheriff’s Quarterly Report 10/1/12 – 12/31/12.

 

Discussion_______________________________________________________________________

Motion ______________________________

Second ________________________________

Vote

Kingery_________

Raymie__________

Agan__________

 

9. Discussion and action as necessary on contract for provision of mental health services with Capstone Behavorial Healthcare from 07/01/12 – 6/30/13.

 

Discussion_______________________________________________________________________

Motion ______________________________

Second ________________________________

Vote

Kingery_________

Raymie__________

Agan__________

 

XI. APPOINTMENTS – None

 

XII. CLOSED SESSION – None

 

XIII. ADJOURNMENT

 

Discussion_______________________________________________________________________

Motion ______________________________

Second ________________________________

Vote

Kingery_________

Raymie__________

Agan__________

 

 

Time: _________________

 

MARION COUNTY encourages all citizens of the county to attend Board of Supervisors’ meetings. Board of Supervisors’ chambers are handicapped accessible a county staff members are available to provide assistance if needed. If you are hearing impaired, vision impaired, or a person with limited English proficiency and require an interpreter or reader, please contact us by noon on the business day prior to scheduled meetings to arrange for assistance (641 828-2231). TTY telephone service is available for the hearing impaired through Relay Iowa (800-735-2942). For questions about ADA compliance or related issues, contact Steve Edwards (641-828-2213 or 641-891-8225).

 

*PLEASE TURN OFF ALL CELL PHONES & BEEPERS IN THE BOARDROOM*

 

 

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