The Marshall County Commissioners meet Monday morning at 8:30 in their second-floor meeting room of the County Building. The agenda for the meeting includes an update from Midwest Maintenance on the Courthouse and Clocktower renovation project and a report from Highway Superintendent Jason Peters.
Also on the agenda is the quarterly report from EMA Director Clyde Avery, Faith Freed from the County Health Department on the Crisis Co Ag Supplemental Testing Site continuation, and Ann Anglin from HR with a resolution for a COVID-19 Exposure Policy.
The commissioners will hear from Jim Hulse who wants to discuss Marshall County gun control and Janis Holiday from Older Adult Services who is seeking ARP Funding to cover what Saint Joseph Hospital has been paying for approximately 20 years. The funding provided free transportation for cancer patients receiving treatment at the Cancer Center.
The commissioners will also hear from the County Attorney, County Auditor, and Public Comments and discuss the intergovernmental agreement with the City of Plymouth for Bridge #232 on Randolph Street in Centennial Park. They will also discuss the Local Income Tax Fund.
The public is welcome to attend, and the meeting is also available live online using the county’s website. A copy of it is will be available on the county’s website within 24 hours.