Meeting Minutes
9/10/2007

Floyd County Board of Supervisors Meeting

September 10, 2007, 9:00 AM

UNAPPROVED MINUTES

The Floyd County Board of Supervisors met for a workshop meeting at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, September 10, 2007 in the Board Room of the Floyd County Courthouse with the following in attendance:  Chairman Dunkel and Supv. Staudt; Absent:  Supv. Enabnit

Staudt/Dunkel moved to amend the agenda to include discussion regarding 2nd Street property.  Motion carried 2-0.  Staudt/Dunkel moved to approve the agenda as amended.  Motion carried 2-0.

The Board will review claims individually after the meeting.

Frank Rottinghaus, County Treasurer, and the Board discussed utility taxes, penalties and interest for nine parcels owned by 360 Networks USA who filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy and has requested a waiver of penalty, interest and costs levied on property taxes in exchange for payment in full of all outstanding taxes due.  The Board will act on this at tomorrow’s regular meeting.

Supv Staudt will contact the current NIHRA alternate to see if she would be interested in filling Mike Milligan’s position.  If so, the alternate position will need to be filled yet.

The Board noted the receipt of the North Iowa Juvenile Detention Services FY07 Annual Report.

Supv Dunkel provided Neil Leipzig, Conastoga-Rover, with the Terracon Consultants and Scientists Limited Site Investigation report on the 2nd Street property.  Leipzig reported that some supporting data is missing and he is interested in the process of collecting samples (example: filtering).  Leipzig recommended Dunkel provide a copy of the report to Mel Pins, DNR.   

Donielle Jarvela, Auxiant representative, presented the County’s mid-year health plan review.

Sheriff Rick Lynch, Jesse Marzen, County Attorney, and the Board discussed disbanding the LEAD program.  Lynch and nine Sheriff Deputies provided letters in October 2006 in support of terminating the LEAD 28E agreement and dissolving the organization.  Marzen and Lynch both stated that the city and county law enforcement agencies and County Attorney’s office work well together and there is no need for LEAD.  The Board would like the County Attorney to provide a letter to the Board regarding his position in disbanding the program and a letter regarding the legalities of disbanding including how the funds will be dispersed between the County Attorney, Sheriff and City of Charles City. 

A motion was made by Supervisor Staudt and seconded by Supervisor Dunkel to adjourn.  Motion carried 2-0.

 

ATTEST:  _________________________________             ____________________________________

            Gloria A. Carr                                                            Warren K. Dunkel, Chair

            Floyd County Auditor                                            Floyd County Board of Supervisors

 

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