Board of Supervisors Minutes- September 9, 2019

Wayne County Board of Supervisors

September 9, 2019

A meeting of the Wayne County Board of Supervisors was held on the 9th day of September, 2019, in the Board Room of the Wayne County Courthouse, Corydon, Iowa, pursuant to notice duly given in compliance with Iowa Code Section 21.4.  The Board noted due notice of meeting subject to said Code Section.

Present were David Dotts, Tom Swearingin, and Don Seams members of the Board of Supervisors.

Unless otherwise noted, all motions were approved unanimously.

Pledge of Allegiance.

Swearingin adopted the agenda with a second by Seams.

Seams approved the minutes from the Aug. 26, 2019 meeting with a second by Swearingin.

Swearingin approved the claims with a second by Seams.

Swearingin approved payroll with a second by Seams.

Nichole Moore and Julie Pribyl from Chariton Valley Planning and Development addressed the Board concerning Hazard Mitigation Planning. Moore discussed the possibility of Wayne County joining other counties for a regional plan. Moore also discussed the need to amend the budget for writing the plan.  Auditor Dooley also asked if Moore and Pribyl could help with a disaster plan for the courthouse.

Bill Byrns, Emergency Management, informed the Board that FEMA had completed a majority of the site visits with only two remaining.

The Manure Management Plan completed by David Alexander was presented on Aug. 30, 2019.  Auditor, Michelle Dooley, signed off on the plan when it was received.

Swearingin made the motion to approve the Amendment to the Wayne Co. Major Medical Plan.  Seams seconded the motion.

Seams made the motion to approve the Flex Amount change from $2500 to $2700.  Swearingin seconded the motion.

Swearingin made a motion with a 2nd by Seams to approve an SSL Certificate for the County website at an approximate cost of $80-$90 per year.

Randy Zerr, County Engineer, updated the Board on FEMA visits with the last two visits scheduled for Sept. 10th and 11th.  Zerr is completing the annual report for the DOT and the School to Fairgrounds survey.

The Board discussed how personal emails and social media accounts could affect computers and the network.  No action was taken at this time, but more information is needed from the IT provider.

Meetings attended by supervisors include: Swearingin and Seams attended the Fair Board meeting and all supervisors attended the cyber security meeting. Seams also attended the courthouse security meeting in July as well as the Cross Meeting where they discussed the new mental health hospital in Osceola, a 28E agreement for adults that in 2022 will include children, proposing to remove the levy cap and discussed a 1 cent sales tax.

Seams made the motion to adjourn the meeting with a second by Swearingin at 10:35 AM.

There being no further business, the next meeting of the Wayne County Board of Supervisors will be held on the 23rd day of September, 2019.



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David Dotts, Chairperson                                                  Denise Becker, Secretary