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Public Meetings

Feb 16, 2018


Fairfield Community School Board of Directors — Administration/Curriculum/Technology Center, 7 p.m.: call to order (roll call; approve agenda; public hearing for calendar; approval of consent agenda [approval of minutes; approval of bills — secretary bills, board bills]; donations; funds transfer [standing transfer approval for school lunch fund]; open enrollment; support staff information; monthly financial report; March calendar); public participation; old business; administrative reports (superintendent [student reports; highlights; audit report; notes from directors — transportation, facilities, food and nutrition; calendar information; donations]; business manager [financials for the month; other news]; curriculum [FAST Data 2017-18]; high school principal [discipline and attendance; student of the month; Gold Key Award]; middle school principal [At Risk Check In; PRIDE Awards; Principal Awards; Students of the Month Awards]; elementary reports [Pence; Washington]); new business (personnel — hires; resignations; approve anatomy and physiology field trip to Truman State University; approve acceptance of monetary donation to renovate the high school weight room; approve and accept financial audit report for FY17; approve resolution to begin proceeding for selling Libertyville school to the city of Libertyville, including setting a date for the public hearing; approve donating three pieces of old weight room equipment to the Fairfield Park & Recreation Department; approve holding an auction of unneeded equipment; approve board policies for the 2nd Reading; approve board policies at the 1st Reading); board reports (president — board highlights).



Jefferson County Board of Supervisors — Jefferson County Courthouse first-floor meeting room, 9 a.m.: acknowledge minutes; meet with county engineer; discuss and consider county-held tax sale to be compromised and assigned on a mobile home parcel, tax sale No. 16-0169; presentation and discussion of telephone system proposal by Natel, Wilson Napoleao; discuss and consider county preference for ambulance service; make committee reports; public comments; allow claims and approve reports. 9:30 a.m.: FY19 County Budget hearing; consider resolution adopting Compensation Board salary recommendations; consider budget appropriation by service area; consider departmental budget appropriation.

Fairfield Public Library Board of Trustees — Fairfield Public Library conference room, 5:15 p.m.: call to order (checker: L Kristine Davis); public address; approval of minutes; approval of bills; communications; report of librarian; report of committees (Building Committee [solar expansion]); unfinished business (board development training); new business (presenters coming from out of town; replacement of public computer monitors; confirmation that documents are signed, initialed).



Fairfield Beautification Commission — Fairfield City Hall, 5:15 p.m.: call to order; roll call; approval of minutes; proposals for city council (change City Code to allow 10 members on the Commission; change City Code and bylaws to allow Commission to reports its activities from the previous year and its plan for the coming year in January; policy statement for nodes [Members of the public shall not plant, or replace any of the plantings, in city garden nodes. FBC volunteers may maintain the garden nodes and contract with professionals to replace or plant new shrubs, flowers and trees as needed.]; BC role as an advisory board [what it can and cannot do]); ongoing projects updates (west entrance sign landscape maintenance; south entrance Christmas decorations; banners and brackets update); proposed new projects (west entrance service sign [Greater Jefferson County Foundation grant]; west side Central Park watering system; projects for volunteers — M.U.M. and FYP [Street Sweepers Ball; node maintenance; Adopt-A-Spot [nominations needed]; Rotary tree planting); programs [Rose Award — recognition for downtown streetscape participants; grants; budget [Oakwood bill; baskets; proposals for spending — Central Park watering system; Rose Award for businesses; replacement trees for Heritage Park; replacement trees for garden nodes); nuisance reports; suggestions/comments; next meeting March 21.

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