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Public meetings

Nov 09, 2012


Indian Hills Community College Board of Trustees — Indian Hills Community College board room, main campus, Ottumwa, 4 p.m., chief financial officer (financial report, approval of monthly claims); board of trustees president (IACCT report); human resources director (personnel report); new business; college president (planning and building report, board retreat Nov. 16, update from David Massey, director of online learning and web marketing).



Jefferson County Board of Supervisors — Jefferson County Courthouse first floor meeting room, 9 a.m., presentation of initial proposal from jailers’ union; meet with county engineer; discuss Grimes Avenue and 227th Street project; consider setting cutoff date for windshield claims on Salina Road; consider converting recorder’s savings account to checking account; consider pay increase for Secondary Roads employee; consider pay increase for Auditor’s office employee; committee reports; public comments; allow claims and approve reports; road tour.

Libertyville City Council meeting — Libertyville Community Center, 6:30 p.m., consent agenda (approval of minutes, budgetary report, treasurer’s report, warrant list, list of bills for payment); committee reports (fire chief, maintenance); public forum; mayor/council/attorney comments; continued business (update from Jim Warner, fire station building report, city bond insurance, city sidewalks project update); new business (resolution 368-2012 annual financial report 2011/2012, Copeland’s County auto extension lot permit renewal, Maplewood Circle new resident building permit, fire township meetings, post office meeting update, city volunteer awards, holiday tree lighting and Santa visit).

Fairfield City Council — Fairfield City Hall, council chamber, 7 p.m. consent agenda (approve minutes Oct. 22 meeting, approve liquor license for Ila, resolution for hiring for Park & Rec department, approval of claims, $524,591.83); public forum/appearances, Catherine Shafer - Little League State Championship site; resolution – set time and date for public hearing (7 p.m. Nov. 26) for vacation of water and sewer easement of north 75 feet of Parcel A Roosevelt Addition; resolution – tax abatement for Kevin Phelps, 800 W. Kirkwood Ave.; ordinance – third and final reading, rezone 107 W. Hempstead Ave. (Rusty Luksich) from B-1 to R-3; set December council meeting; mayor report (board appointments); city attorney report; committee and board reports (Public Safety & Transportation); administrator and department reports.



Jefferson County Board of Supervisors — Jefferson County Courthouse first floor meeting room, 11 a.m., canvass general election.

Regional Utility Service Systems Board of Directors — Mount Pleasant, 1 p.m., engineering reports; French-Reneker Kent Rice project update; Garden & Associates, Mark Fincel/Jeremiah Selby, Pleasant Plain and East Pleasant Plain, consider final documents/payments Div. I, II, consider final payment, Div. III. IV; Richmond/Rubio/Ollie – discuss effects of delay in project/authorization to access Richmond wastewater treatment property, discuss/consider Ollie lagoon option; Warner Engineering, Jim Warner, project update; approve treasurers report (bills received, delinquent customer report, bank reconciliation); Bruce Hudson, executive director update; discuss/consider Ollie SRF maturity date extension resolution; discuss/consider setting committee to evaluate employee salaries for fiscal year 2014; discuss/consider state audit report FY2011; discuss/consider bids for fiscal year 2012 audit; discuss Franklin debt, timeline for payment; discuss/consider new RUSS policy, “call in notification;” review vulnerability assessment, emergency response plan for Mount Union/Keswick; discuss/consider arbitration proceedings with Wapello County; discuss Mount Sterling, discontinuance update; discuss Des Moines Count project-Augusta; discuss/consider signing amended/substituted joint agreement with Washington County for Richmond project; discuss/consider litigation proceedings with Mount Union (possible closed session); public comments.

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