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Neighbors Growing Together | Sep 18, 2014

Public meetings

Aug 22, 2014

MONDAY

Jefferson County Board of Supervisors — Jefferson County Courthouse first-floor meeting room, 9 a.m.: acknowledge Aug. 18 minutes; meet with county engineer; meet with Adam Plagge for presentation on housing needs assessment; consider property tax abatements for city of Fairfield; consider Resolution of Financial Commitment for AHEAD Regional Housing Trust Fund; consider RUSS Resolution R01-15 considering sewer revenue bond anticipation notes for Mooar/Powdertown; discuss and consider Jasmine Avenue; make committee reports; public comments; allow claims and approve reports.

Fairfield Community School District Board of Directors — Lincoln Center-Opportunity Center, 6 p.m.: special meeting (call to order [roll call; perfection and approval of agenda; approval of consent agenda (three open enrollment requests; support staff information); approve hires; approve policies, first reading. Work session, following special board meeting: policy review/revise.

Jefferson County Health Center Board of Trustees — Jefferson County Health Center Conference Center, 6 p.m.: dinner; 6:30 p.m.: call to order; board education (Meaningful Use/IT); connect to purpose; approval of agenda; approval of July 28 minutes; medical staff report; finance/HR committee report (approval of monthly bills; CFO report for July); CEO report; community update; chairwoman’s report; closed session (QI report; CEO evaluation).

Fairfield City Council Water & Sewer Utilities Committee — Fairfield City Hall Council Chambers, 6 p.m.: 206 E. Briggs Ave. bill reduction request; 104 W. Harrison Ave., bill reduction request.

Fairfield City Council — Fairfield City Hall Council Chambers, 7 p.m.: call to order; roll call; consent agenda (approve Aug. 11 minutes; resolution of employment for the park and recreation department; approval of liquor licenses for Pep Stop, Best Western Fairfield Inn, approval of claims); public forum/appearances (Patrick Callahan of Callahan Municipal Consultants LLC, city administrator search; David Neff of Oktoberfest committee, Oktoberfest); resolutions. action items and ordinances (resolution - approval of tax abatement application for Agri-Industrial Properties, 301 N. 22nd St.; resolution - approval of tax abatement for Ron and Linda Hunerdosse, 806 Sunset Drive; resolution - agreement with Curtis Architecture for downtown facade project; resolution - awarding South Second Street overlay project; resolution - authorizing contract for historical architect for downtown facade project; resolution - approving memorandum of agreement for Nady land; action item - authorizing Neumann Monson to proceed with gym design; resolution - authorizing engineering services agreement with French-Reneker-Associates for gym/pool project; resolution - warding pool project; public hearing - date and time for a meeting on the matter of the authorization of a loan agreement and the issuance of not to exceed $750,000 general obligation capital loan notes, series 2014; resolution - instituting proceedings to take additional action for the authorization of a loan agreement and the issuance of not to exceed $750,000 in general obligation capital loan notes, series 2014; ordinance - first reading, rezone 300 W. Kirkwood Ave. from B1 General Business District to R2 General Residential District [Veronica Butler]; ordinance 1121 - second reading amending Ordinance No. 1102 providing that General Property taxes levied and collected each year on all property within the amended Highway 34/West Business Urban Renewal Area be paid to a special fund for payment of principal and interest on loans, monies advanced to and indebtedness including bonds issued, incurred by the city in connection with the amended Highway 34/West Business Urban Renewal Area); mayor report (Suicide Prevention Month proclamation); city attorney report (proposed Crisis Home); committee and board reports (Public Safety & Transportation Committee; Water & Sewer Utilities Committee); administrator and department reports (police - setting trick-or-treat night; project update).

 

TUESDAY

Milestones Area Agency on Aging Board of Directors — Milestones AAA Ottumwa office meeting room, 9:30 a.m.: BOD training “Keeping the Workplace Free of Harassment and Discrimination” preceding the meeting; call to order; roll call; approve June 24 minutes; reports (financial [financial report; accounts payable]; nutrition program [meal information report]; case management [client information]; options counseling [report]); old business (volunteer screening procedure); new business (review on-site monitoring and performance review; programs [Elder Abuse Prevention and Awareness, SMP, VISTA]; appointment of BOD committee members to finance and grievance committees; agency insurance coverage review); items of interest (Iowa Department on Aging retreat report; OIL report).

Jefferson County Conservation Board — Jefferson County Park Nature Center, 4 p.m.: call to order; perfect and approve agenda; approve July minutes; open discussion period with special interest group and general public; review and approve accounts payable; review and approve financial report; reports (communications; shop and field; naturalist; park host; park reports and updates); business topics for discussion (infrastructure upgrades and progress report; FEDA land discussion and master plan; set date for September meeting).

Fairfield City Council Property Committee — Fairfield City Hal, 5:30 p.m.: 211 Glasgow Road, livestock; 604 North B St., intentions; 206 W. Adams Ave., intentions.

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