The Marshall County Commissioners will meet Tuesday morning at 8:30 in their second floor meeting room of the County Building.
Agenda for the meeting includes a report from the County Highway Superintendent Jason Peters, a request for field access by Thomas Monhaut and a discussion of virus rules by Jim Hulse.
Jerry Chavez, CEO of the Marshall County Economic Development Corporation will be on hand for a public hearing on a CDBG COVID-19 grant application along with Jon Langfeldt who is requesting a right-of-way transfer.
Grant writer Shannon McLeod will be on hand to award the bid for the 6 COVID-19 LED Message boards while EMA Director Clyde Avery will present a master service agreement for BOLD Planning and Annette Haining, the Tobacco Education Coordinator will discuss a Smoke Free Policy for Marshall County ground.
The County Commissioners will also hear from County Health Officer Byron Holm on the request to purchase a Winnebago at a cost of $300,000 plus using the county’s COVID-19 funds and Laurie Johnson from DLZ will discuss a CARES Act Study.
Also on the agenda is the County Attorney and Auditor’s reports, a design contract with Rowland for the Courthouse Clock Tower and under Commissioner Items is the Bremen and Plymouth Boys & Girls Club.
Those attending the Commissioners meeting should social distance along with wearing a face mask while entering the building or moving about in the building