The Floyd County Board of Supervisors met for a workshop meeting at on Monday, April 30, 2007 in the Board Room of the Floyd County Courthouse with the following in attendance:Chairman Dunkel, Supv. Enabnit, and Supv. Staudt.
Staudt/Enabnit moved to amend the agenda to include discussion on the disposition of the Rockford property and discussion on reopening the firing range.Motion carried 3-0.Enabnit/Staudt moved to approve the agenda as amended.Motion carried 3-0.
The Board reviewed transfers over the years from the General and General Supplemental Funds to the Employee Health Plan Trust Fund.From July 2001 through December 2005, $50,000 from the General Fund and $782,000 from the General Supplemental Fund has been transferred to the Health Plan with $224,778.70 being recouped from other funds.The Auditor reported that Jan Slater, Gardiner-Thomsen, informed her it would be appropriate to cut a warrant from the Health Plan to the General and General Supplemental Funds to payback some of the transfers should the Board decide to do so as long as the minimum required in the Health Plan is maintained.The Board will take action on this at the next regular meeting.
The Board reviewed the rewrite of the credit card policy reflecting the addition of the clause on rewards, points, and cash back.The policy will be discussed at tomorrow’s department head meeting and will be acted on at the next regular meeting.
The Board discussed seeking bids for the courthouse building exterior wall repairs.This will be acted on at the next regular meeting.
The Board discussed that the issue of the civil service commission not having more than two members affiliated with the same political party was resolved with one member changing his affiliation to “no party.”
The Board discussed a call from John Pearson, soon to be owner of the Rockford property, regarding the tenant not vacating the property by May 1.Supv Dunkel left a message with the CountyAttorney to follow up on the eviction process.The Auditor will update Pearson on the issue.
The Board received notice from the Sheriff requesting permission to re-open the Floyd County outdoor gun range due to distance to travel, membership costs, break-ins of storage shed and conflicts with scheduling training times at the Nashua gun range.The Board would like the Auditor to follow up with our insurance carrier on insurance costs for the FloydCounty facility.
A motion was made by Supervisor Staudt and seconded by Supervisor Enabnit to adjourn.Motion carried 3-0.