The Marshall County Board of Finance, Marshall County Drainage Board, and Marshall County Commissioners will all meet Tuesday morning instead of Monday due to the Martin Luther King Jr. national holiday. 

All meetings will be held in the second-floor meeting room of the County Building.  The Board of Finance begins at 8 a.m. with newly elected Treasurer Kelly Einspahr and the three County Commissioners.  They will approve several sets of meeting minutes and consider approval of outstanding warrants over 2 years old and review the 2022 financial reports and investment policy.  

The Drainage Board meeting begins at 8:30 a.m. with reorganization and appointments to joint drainage boards.  Merl Hayn will discuss the vacation of a portion of the Gabriel Leffert Ditch.  Craig Hawley will make a request for approval of a new bridge to be constructed across the Robert Martin Ditch and Dan Sharp is seeking a new crossing of the Schuh Ditch.

At 9:30 the Commissioners will meet and hear from Highway Superintendent Jason Peters, discuss the Southpoint Subdivision with Del Wenzel, consider the request of the County Health Department to apply for the Vaccination Insurance Reimbursement Grant, and hear from Ken Jones on the Regional Sewer District.

Ty Adley, the County Plan Director will discuss Board of Zoning Appeals appointments, County Park Board members Greg Hildebrand and Adam Thada are seeking approval to apply for a Marshall County Community Foundation Grant, and Sheriff Matt Hassel will discuss the 2023 Vehicle Purchases.   The Commissioners will also hear from the County Attorney, County Auditor, approve claims, and consider a resolution on the Local Income Tax Special Purpose for the jail and public comment.