The Marshall County Commissioners meet Monday at 8:30 in their second-floor meeting room of the County Building. 

The commissioners have a full agenda including an update on the Highway Department from Superintendent Jason Peters along with the quarterly report from the Council on Aging by Executive Director Janis Holiday.  Jennifer Daake the county’s HR Administrator is seeking a second reading of the amendments to the Personnel Policy, a discussion on Employee Benefit Insurance rates for 2024, and the presentation of a clinic service agreement.

Faith Freed, an Environmentalist with the Marshall County Health Department will ask the commissioners to consider for second reading the On-Site Sewage System Ordinance and the commissioners will conduct a public hearing on the ordinance.  Sticking with ordinances, County Plan Director Ty Adley will seek approval of the second reading amending fees.

Other agenda items include Sheriff Hassel asking for approval of the 2024 CHIRP Grant Agreement and Shannon McLeod from Priority Projects recommending a contractor for the Owner-Occupied Rehabilitation Project.  The County Attorney and Auditor will have reports along with public comments. 

Under Commissioner Items is a memorandum of understanding with the Plymouth Building Inspector for services, a service agreement with Griewank Electrical for inspections, and a proposal from Hyperwave for live streaming. 

The Commissioner’s meeting is open to the public and live streamed on the county website at