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November 7, 2013

Attica-Pershing grant to dominate board meeting

Knoxville — The Marion County Board of Supervisors will meet in regular session Tuesday, Nov. 12, at 9 a.m. On the agenda are several items related to a $300,000 Community Development Block Grant for the Attica-Pershing sewer project. 

The tentative agenda is pasted below. 

MARION COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS REGULAR AGENDA
 
MARION COUNTY COURTHOUSE
214 E Main St, Knoxville, Iowa
 
November 12,  2013   9:00 A.M.
 
 
1. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL
 
Craig Agan________  Mark Raymie_______  Jim Kingery________
 
2. AGENDA –
 
1. October 12, 2013 regular session agenda.
 
Discussion_______________________________________________________________________
Motion ______________________________
Second ________________________________
Vote
Kingery_________
Raymie__________
Agan__________
 
3. COMMUNICATIONS – None
 
4. PUBLIC COMMENTS: This is the portion of our agenda during which we hear any public comment about any item NOT on the agenda below. If you are here to be heard on an agenda item, please wait for that item’s discussion portion of the agenda to make your comment about the item. Thank you.  
 
5. CONSENT AGENDA   (All items listed under the consent agenda will be enacted by one motion.)
 
1. Marion County Claims through November 12, 2013.
2. Marion County staff salary adjustments. A list is available in the Marion County Auditor’s Office.
3. Marion County Board of Supervisor regular session minutes: 11/22/13
4. Marion County Board of Supervisor special session minutes:  10/25/13, 11/21/13
5. Work Beyond Right-of-Way Agreement with Thomas Van Zee.
6. Work Beyond Right-of-Way Agreement with Letha Kamerick.
 
Discussion_______________________________________________________________________
Motion ______________________________
Second ________________________________
Vote
Kingery_________
Raymie__________
Agan__________
 
6. BUSINESS –
 
1a. Attica-Pershing CDBG: Agreement between the County of Marion, Iowa and the Region Six Planning Commission for Professional Administrative Services regarding 2013 $300,000 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) award for Attica-Pershing Wastewater Collection and Treatment Facility Construction.
 
Discussion_______________________________________________________________________
Motion ______________________________
Second ________________________________
Vote
Kingery_________
Raymie__________
Agan__________
 
1b. Attica-Pershing CDBG: Policy and Signature Authorities - Residential Anti-displacement and Relocation Assistance Plan Under section 104(d) of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended.
 
Discussion_______________________________________________________________________
Motion ______________________________
Second ________________________________
Vote
Kingery_________
Raymie__________
Agan__________
 
1c. Attica-Pershing CDBG: Procurement Policy related to the implementation and administration of CDBG award.

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