The Marshall County Drainage Board and the County Commissioner’s meetings have been moved to Tuesday due to the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday on Monday.

The County Drainage Board meets at 8:30 on Tuesday morning in the second-floor meeting room of the County Building.  They will reorganize with the election of officers, and appoint a Drainage Board attorney, secretary, and citizen member.  They will also make appointments to the joint drainage boards. 

The agenda includes maintenance bids for the B.F. Mattingly Ditch and Arm along with the Daniel Savage Ditch.  Drainage Board members will discuss the assessments on the J. Ballinger/Myers drain and review the ditch maintenance assessments for 2024. 

The County Commissioners meet at 9:30 in the same meeting room and will hear from County Highway Superintendent Jason Peters.  There will be a public hearing on the ordinance establishing a Marshall County Tourism Commission and County Council President Jesse Bohannon will present the Cender Dalton 2024 agreement. 

The commissioners will hear from Brian Teall from United Way on employee contributions and consider on first reading the zoning ordinance amendment on solar farms. Their agenda also included the County Attorney’s report, the Auditor’s report, the 2023 Statement of Revenues and Expenditures, Public Comment, the 2024 attorney’s contract, and change order #1 for Priority Projects Owner Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Projects. 

The commissioners will schedule a joint work session with the County Council on road projects, hear a report on jail repairs, consider an ordinance amendment for the Personnel Policies Handbook on the Sick Leave Bank, and revise the 2024 employee benefit insurance plans and premiums. 

The Drainage Board and County Commissioners meetings are open to the public and streamed live at