Marshall County Board of Supervisors

Regular Session May 24, 2022, at 9:05 a.m.

Marshall County Sheriff's Office, 3rd Floor Meeting Room 3B

2369 Jessup Avenue, Marshalltown, Iowa

AGENDA


1.

Call to Order at Marshall County Sheriff's Office Meeting Room 3B

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Notice to the Public

The Board of Supervisors welcomes comments from the public during the time allowed for discussion. You are requested to approach the microphone, state your name for the record and limit the time used to present your remarks in order that others may be given the opportunity to speak. The normal process on any agenda item is for the Chairperson to read the item from the agenda. The Board is given an opportunity to comment on the issue and/or place a motion on the floor. An opportunity for discussion may be presented at which time the public may participate and a roll call vote will follow.

2.

Pledge of Allegiance

3.

Roll Call.


Present __ / Absent __/ By ZOOM __Present __ / Absent __/ By ZOOM __
Present __ / Absent __/ By ZOOM __
THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member
4.

Approve Agenda.

 Motion by _________________, second by ________________.




THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member
5.

Service Awards

  • 10 Years, Tamara Krough, Administrative Assistant, Conservation
  • 10 Years, Armando Estrada, Truck Driver 3, Secondary Roads
  • 10 Years, Peter Hutzel, Truck Driver 3, Secondary Roads
  • 5 Years, Joseph McMillen, Deputy Sheriff, Sheriff's Office
6.

Consent Agenda:

6.A.

Approve Minutes, Regular Session May 10, 2022, and Special Session May 13, 2022.

6.B.

Approve claims as audited and authorize the County Auditor and Recorder to issue payment of the same. The listing of claims paid at this meeting and all claims paid in the current month will be published as part of the first meeting of the following month.

6.C.

File Clerk of District Court Report: April 2022. General Supplemental Fund Surcharge: $767.08

6.D.

File Manure Management Plans

MATTHEW BURT FARM, ID59927, 1310 Taylor Avenue, no changes

MTM FARMS, ID61010, 3016 Marsh Ave, Haverhill, no changes

JARED WHITAKER, ID70163, 180th St Clemons, no changes

JUSTIN WHITAKER, ID66798, 1775 Binford Ave, State Center, no changes


6.E.

End of Consent Agenda. Roll call vote:

 Motion by _________________, second by ________________.




THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member
7.

Approve 28E Agreement with Franklin County, Iowa, for Franklin County, Iowa, to be CICS employer of record.

 Motion by _________________, second by ________________ to ______ 28E Agreement with Franklin County, Iowa, for Franklin County, Iowa, to be Central iowa Community Services ("CICS") employer of record, effective July 1, 2022, and authorize Chair to sign.




THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member
8.

Approve Extensions to Law Enforcement 28E Agreements, through June 30, 2023, for the following cities in the amounts listed, pending return of contracts.

  • City of Albion, $13,100.00
  • City of Clemons, $3,875.00
  • City of Ferguson, $3,187.50
  • City of Haverhill, $4,175.00
  • City of Laurel, $7,175.00
  • City of LeGrand, $25,175.00
  • City of Liscomb, $7,175.00
  • City of Gilman, $13,350.00  (approval pending receipt of signed contract)
  • City of Rhodes, $10,050.00
  • City of St. Anthony, $2,487.50

 Motion by _________________, second by ________________ to _____ Extensions to Law Enforcement 28E Agreements, through June 30, 2023, for the following cities in the amounts listed, pending return of contracts.




THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member
9.

Adopt RESOLUTION 2022-0019 TO TERMINATE THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT FUNDING FOR THE GREEN MOUNTAIN SANITARY SEWER INSTALLATION PROJECT

  • Whereas Marshall County was awarded a $126,000 HUD Community Development Block Grant award through the Iowa Economic Development Authority for the Green Mountain Sewer construction project on June 2, 2020, and
  • Whereas one of the conditions of the award is completion of the project by May 1, 2023, and Iowa Regional Utilities Association and USDA Rural Development was fully aware of the timeline expectations, and
  • Whereas as of May 3, 2022, the Iowa Regional Utilities Association still does not have USDA Rural Development Authority to bid out the project and they are scheduled to provide at least $1,390,620 to the project, and
  • Whereas the Iowa Economic Development Authority staff have indicated that they want the County to terminate the contract because they are not confident that the project can be fully completed by May 1, 2023, and 
  • Whereas once the construction schedule and USDA Rural Development funding timeline is firm Marshall County can reapply for funding with a new 3-year project timeline, if the Iowa Regional Utilities Association desires to pursue that funding, and
  • Whereas Region 6 Resource Partners will periodically check in with Iowa Regional Utilities Association about the status of things and work with the county and Green Mountain area to pursue this funding, if desired.  
  • NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MARSHALL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS:
  • Section 1: Marshall County hereby terminates the Community Development Block Grant application due to the inability to confidently complete the Green Mountain Sanitary Sewer Installation Project by May 1, 2023.  

 Motion by _________________, second by ________________ to _____ RESOLUTION 2022-0019 TO TERMINATE THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT FUNDING FOR THE GREEN MOUNTAIN SANITARY SEWER INSTALLATION PROJECT.




THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member
10.

Title VI Non-Discrimination Agreement

 Motion by _________________, second by ________________ to ____ Title VI Non-Discrimination Agreement and authorize Chair to sign.




THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member
11.

Approve Business Associate Agreement with Springbuk, Inc., a service provider for North Risk Partners, relating to HIPPA matters concerning the county's self-funded health plan, and authorize the Chair to sign.

 Motion by _________________, second by ________________ to ________ the Business Associate Agreement with Springbuk, Inc., a service provider for North Risk Partners, relating to HIPPA matters concerning the county's self-funded health plan, and authorize the Chair to sign.




THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member
12.

Marshall County Hazard Mitigation Grant Application, Siren project. Discussion, possible action.

 Motion by _________________, second by ________________.




THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member
13.

Items previously tabled:

13.A.

Tabled: Review and possible Approval of selected project expenditures recommended by the Marshall County ARPA Committee, to be paid from the AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN ACT (ARPA) FUND

PROJECTS recommended by ARPA Committee at their meeting 2/1/2022:

Tabled "without specific date":  

  • Mental Health Court, $229,000.00
  •  Assist LeGrand for radio equipment acquisition, 50% of purchase price, $16,099.26
  • Assist Timber Creek  Township for radio equipment acquisition, 50% of purchase price, $17,154.76.

 Motion by _________________, second by ________________, to remove item from table for discussion and possible action.




THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member


 Motion by _________________, second by ________________, to _____________________________.




THOMPSON, ChairSALASEK, Vice ChairPATTEN, Member


14.

Public Forum. Time set aside for the public to make comments on topics of County business other than those listed on this agenda. No action will be taken on any of these topics brought up in the public forum.

15.

Adjournment.

The next regular session is June 7, 2022, at 9:05 a.m. All business to be acted upon at that session should be submitted to the County Auditor and Recorder’s Office or the Board of Supervisors’ Office by Wednesday, June 1, 2022, at 12:00 p.m. There being no further business to come before the Board, the meeting is adjourned at _______a.m.

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