The Marshall County Commissioners meet Monday morning at 8:30 in the second-floor meeting room of the County Building. Their lengthy agenda includes an update on the Courthouse and Clocktower Renovation project from Midwest Maintenance and a report from the County Highway Superintendent on various road work and bridge projects.
County Plan Director Ty Adley will discuss the Regional Brownfields memorandum while Sandy Dunfee from the County Health Department will seek approval for an out-of-state travel request. The Commissioners will also hear the quarterly report from Janis Holiday from Older Adult Services and an update from EMA Director Clyde Avery on the BOLD Planning contract and two resolutions for the EMP Annex warning and Emergency Public Information.
John Greer Head of Maintenance at the Jail and Sheriff Matt Hassel will appear before the commissioner to discuss water heaters at the jail and Jim Hulse is back on the agenda about a noise ordinance. Also on the agenda is the quarterly report from Sandy Garrison from the Museum along with a panic button request and Culver Town Manager Ginny Munroe will discuss the county’s dispatch center.
Sheriff Hassel will be discussing Ritter Strategic Services with the commissioners along with the County Attorney’s report, Auditor’s report, and a discussion of County Building parking lots.
The commissioner’s meeting is open to the public and comments and questions are always welcome.