The Floyd County Board of Supervisors met for workshop at on Monday, September 25, 2006 in the Board Room of the Floyd County Courthouse with the following in attendance:Supv. Dunkel, Chairman Pro-Tem and Supv. Enabnit; Absent:Chairman Staudt.
Enabnit/Dunkel moved to approve the agenda as presented.Motion carried 2-0.
The Board will review claims individually after the meeting.
Abbie Leavens requested permission to be married on County property located at 2461 Hwy 14.The County’s insurance company was contacted and advised that the County get a certificate of insurance from the Leavens with the County listed as “additional insured.”A waiver and/or hold harmless agreement could be signed but may not hold up if an injury occurred.The Leavens’ homeowner’s insurance may cover the event.The County’s insurance agent advised that should the County decide to allow the wedding that only the wedding, not a reception, be held on the property.The Board will act on this tomorrow and Leavens can contact the County’s insurance agent for insurance requirements.
The attorney for one of the parties for the drain hearing scheduled for September 26 requested the hearing be postponed due to a medical reason.The Board will act on this tomorrow.The Board received information on how to proceed with the hearing.
Supv Dunkel reported of an ADA concern brought to his attention about the north door entrance.Supv Dunkel will check the doors to see if they are working properly and report back to the Board.
Applications for the EMA position were accepted through last Friday.The sub-committee of the Emergency Management Board will meet to decide how to proceed with the applications.
The Board reviewed the letter from the IDNR regarding Balsam Coop’s permit for a swine confinement feeding operation.The Board has 14 days from September 21 to notify the IDNR if they intend to file a demand for a hearing with the IDNR.
The Board noted the receipt of the signed IDED Housing Enterprise Zone Program Agreement for the Enterprise Zone named FloydCounty, Charles City EZ-7.