Jefferson County Board of Supervisors — Jefferson County Courthouse, first floor meeting room, 9 a.m.: meet with county engineer; discuss need to re reclassify a section of Kava Avenue in Sec. 11 of Blackhawk Township, from class A gravel to class B dirt; consider approval of the Sofair Farms Minor Subdivision, of the 20 acre tract at 2379 Mint Blvd.; discuss Park & Rec employee wellness; consider resolution naming depositories; committee reports; public comments; canvass Fairfield School District special election; allow claims/approve reports; road tour.
Indian Hills Community College Board of Trustees — Indian Hills Community College, Main Campus in Ottumwa, board room, 4 p.m.: approve March 11 minutes; old business; written communications; chief financial officer (financial report, approve monthly claims); board president (IACCT report, IHCC board annual art award) human resources director (personnel report); new business; college president (planning and building report, strategic plan quarterly report, stressed programs recommendations, spring term graduation 7 p.m. May 15, multipurpose building Centerville Campus and 7 p.m. May 16 Hellyer Student Life Center, Main Campus, informer-dashboard – Shane Molyneux, chief information officer); adjourn.
Logan Apartments Board of Directors — Logan Apartments, 404 S. Fourth St., 5 p.m.: monthly business meeting review of income/expenses.
Batavia City Council — Batavia City Hall, 6:30 p.m.: consent agenda (approval of minutes, warrant list, bills for payment, treasurer’s report, budget report); public forum (comments from the public, appearance by JFAN); discussion (parking on First Street from Collins to Alto); approve cemetery lot transfers (Gorman to Templeton and city to Clark); mayor’s report; maintenance report; city clerk’s report; adjournment.
Fairfield City Council — Fairfield City Hall, council chambers, 7 p.m.: consent agenda (approve March 25 meeting minutes, approve mobile home permit Southview Court Bob Brown, approve employment for Park and Recreation Department, approve liquor license for Veteran’s Club and Quality Quick Stop, approve claims); public forum (2012 audit Anderson Larkin, dust on Polk Avenue Joan Raman); resolution-determining the necessity and setting dates of a consultation and a public hearing on a proposed Highway 34West Business Urban Renewal Plan for a proposed Urban Renewal Area in the city of Fairfield; action item-appoint a designated representative of the city to conduct the consultation and provide responses to any recommendations made; resolution-assessing unpaid services; resolution-approving tax abatement application for 809 W Taylor Ave.; resolution-approving tax abatement application for 400 S. Highland St.; public hearing - TIF district creation; resolution-approving TIF district; ordinance-Southview Circle parking first reading; ordinance-prohibited deer feeding first reading; resolution-waiver of right of jurisdiction over Liberty Subdivision; resolution-annexing 2125 Libertyville Road into city limits; public hearing-rezoning 2125 Libertyville Road from R-1 to B-2; ordinance-rezoning 2125 Libertyville Road from R-1 to B-2 first reading; public hearing-rezoning of 809 W. Taylor Ave., from R-2 to R-3; ordinance-rezoning 809 W. Taylor Ave., from R-2 to R-3 first reading; ordinance-vacating city right of way first reading; action item-wastewater amendment; action item-Logan Apartments; action item-shared community calendar Tony Camaro; mayor report (Library Board appointment, Beautification Commission appointment); city attorney report; committee and board reports (Property Committee, Water & Sewer Utilities Committee, Public Safety & Transportation Committee); action items-street closure for Fairfest, street closure for RAGBRAI; administrator and department reports (library) adjourn.
Fairfield Community School District Board of Directors — Fairfield Community School District Administration/Curriculum/Technology Center, 7 p.m.: approve consent agenda (approve minutes March 18 meeting, approve secretary bills, board bills); open enrollments; monthly financial report; May calendar; public participation; student recognition for state competitions; Younghouse presentation; administrative reports — Sathoff-artwork, enrollment summary, election results, recommendations; business manager Kim Sheets-monthly update; auxiliary services director Fred McElwee-middle school roofing project recommendation, food purchasing cooperative, memorandum of understanding Fairfield RAGBRAI 2013 and Fairfield schools, school nutrition program negative and low balance accounts, department updates, recommendations; curriculum director Marci Dunlap-department of education assessment decision; high school principal Aaron Becker-FHS classroom and activities, upcoming events, professional development update, reports, recommendations; middle school principal Laura Atwood- middle school report, honors and recognitions, SES tutoring program; elementary principals Chris Welch and Jeff Eeling-Pence, Washington, Libertyville; old business, finance committee notes April 1 meeting, policy committee notes April 5 meeting; new business, personnel hire/resignation; accept bid from Advance Builders Corp. to replace commons and gym roof at middle school; approve independent audit report for period ending June 30, 2012, as compiled and field by Nolte, Cornman and Johnson, P.C., approve first reading of policies as reviewed; approve payment of $64,703 for full settlement with Woodruff Construction and sub-contractor, Sam’s Well Drilling. This amount will be submitted by Woodruff on a future pay application to the district which will be presented to board at May meeting; approve cooperative agreement for boys swimming with Ottumwa High School for 2013-14 school year, cost not to exceed $500 per pupil; approve food-purchasing cooperative as outlined; approve memorandum of understanding between Fairfield RAGBRAI 2013 and Fairfield Community School District as presented; approve when a student reaches a negative balance of $15 he/she will receive an alternate breakfast until the negative balance is corrected, matching same practice as when a lunch account reaches negative balance. In addition, when an account reaches the negative $15, no a la carte items will be allowed to be charged until the account is corrected; approve a budget guarantee resolution stating that FCSD will levy property tax for fiscal year 2013-2014 for the regular program budget adjustment as allowed under section 257.14, Code of Iowa; approve the school budget for FY2014 with a tax levy of $14.74026 per $1,000; approval of pre-levy resolution; board reports; adjourn.
Iowa Transporation Commission —Coralville Marriott Hotel & Conference Center, 300 E. Ninth St., Coralville, business meeting, 8 a.m.; public input meeting, 8:45 a.m.: Historic Hills Scenic Byway, with Pathfinders RC&D byway coordinator/officer manager Katy Anderson, 9:45 a.m.
Libertyville City Council — Libertyville Community Center, 6:30 p.m.: approve or emend agenda; consent agenda (approve minutes, budget report, treasurer’s report, warrant list, bills for payment); committee reports (fire chief, maintenance); public forum; mayor/council/attorney comments; continued business (annual recognition award presentations, mayor’s oath of office, update from Jim Warner, fire station building committee report, doors at fire station, city utility rates, city finances, update on nuisance property); new business (Ordinance 1-2013 – council member/mayor compensation amendment – second reading, Resolution 374-2013 – A resolution to participate in the AHEAD Regional Housing Trust Fund, city streets/L.L. Pelling proposal); adjourn.