The Marshall County Commissioners will meet Monday morning at 8:30 in their second-floor meeting room of the County Building.  They have a full agenda for their first meeting in June.

County Highway Superintendent Jason Peters will discuss a resolution accepting the transfer of right-of-way real estate for the Randolph Street Bridge and provide an update on the streets in Del Wenzel’s subdivision on South Michigan Road along with his regular updates on road cuts, bridge projects, and road improvements.  Doug Masterson, head of the County’s Maintenance Department will provide an update to the commissioners on what they have accomplished so far this year and what plans he has for the rest of the year. 

Sandy Garrison, Director of the County Museum will present her quarterly report while Phil Beers from USI will discuss the bridges in Marshal County. 

Abby Caswell from the Probation Department is requesting to apply for the Justice Partners Addictions Response Grant, and Sandy Dunfee from the Health Department will discuss Senate Bill 4, the Public Health Commission.  Resident Autumn Reed will be talking about road conditions with the commissioners and Annette Haining from St. Joe Hospital will request the commissioners and councilmembers attendance at a presentation on June 27th highlighting local student polling and data on current challenges teens are facing. 

The Commissioners will consider on 2nd and 3rd reading an ordinance amendment for Plan Commission permit fees and Brian Teall from United Way of Marshall County will speak about Fund the Essentials 2.0.

County Clerk Jenny Bennitt is on the agenda to discuss security and County Attorney Jim Clevenger will report along with County Auditor Angie Birchmeier. 

The commissioners also have a list of items for consideration including the Congressional School Fund annual report, an Ordinance for the Title VI Plan and Policy and one for Approval and Administration Policy for Grants, the Opioid Abatement share with Project Hope, a prepayment for Auto Park and an REMC Fiber Optic Lease.

The commissioner meeting is open to the public and comments and questions are always welcome.  The meeting is also streamed live off the county website.