COMMISSION MINUTES

The Nodaway County Commission met in regular session Tuesday, August 25.

In attendance were Presiding Commissioner Bill Walker, South District Commissioner Robert Stiens, North District Commissioner Chris Burns and County Clerk Melinda Patton.

Business before the governing board included:

• Approvals and requisitions: Liquor Licenses: Graham Street Fair and The Power House; Invoice to Viebrock Sales and Service; Invoice to MTE; Circuit Clerk’s Xerox contract; Quote from MTE for COVID supplies.  

Road and Bridge to Gray Oil for diesel fuel; Prosecuting Attorney to MTE for equipment; Sheriff to Graves Food, Falls City Mercantile and Hy-Vee for inmate food and supplies for September. 

• Review of mail and email: Extension Council Report (July 2020) 

• Documents for the General Obligation Road Bonds were signed by the commission and the clerk for Grant Township and returned to Robert Sundell. This will be placed on the November 2020 ballot for Grant Township voters.

• A call was taken from Jennifer Waller of FEMA regarding Recovery Scoping.

• The commission reviewed a spreadsheet as presented by Kacey White, CORE Adjusting, on insurance expenses incurred by the county during the August 2019 lightning storm. The commission concurred with White’s information and agreed to close out the claim.

A call was taken regarding Southridge Road within Polk Township. The caller had concerns about whose responsibility the road is as it is part of a subdivision that is not maintained by the City of Maryville. The Commission placed a call to Mark Wilson, Polk Township Road Supervisor. Wilson will check with the township.

• The commission reviewed and signed a Certification of County Health Ordinance: Attachment D for Wells Family Farms.

• The commission inspected a tube on Road #248 in Union Township, Road #894 in Hughes Township, Road #718 in Grant Township and Re-Construction Road #644 in Jefferson Township which was approved.

The Nodaway County Commission met in regular session Thursday, August 27.

In attendance were Presiding Commissioner Bill Walker, South District Commissioner Robert Stiens, North District Commissioner Chris Burns and County Clerk Melinda Patton.

Business before the governing board included:

• Approvals and requisitions: Invoice to Seaman & Schuske Metal Works Co. 

• Review of mail and email: Equipment Report (July 2020) 

• Ed Walker, Nodaway County Road and Bridge Supervisor, gave updates on projects. Discussed BRO dollars and possible trade. E. Walker reported that Atchison Township will have their new grader on August 28, 2020.

• The commission spoke with Roger Young, former Audrain County Commissioner, regarding Tenaska. Also set up an appointment time for Tuesday, September 1 for current Audrain County Commissioners to meet with them for a question/answer session

• The commission, along with E. Walker met with Craig Elmore, MODOT and Andy Macias of Snyder & Associates to do the inspection of the completed BRO-B074(61) bridge in Washington Township. LPA Services Invoice No. 5, Snyder and Associates Invoice No. 6 and LPA Checklist letter was signed.

• The commission, E. Walker, Elmore and Macias inspected Bridge #1034, currently being constructed, Bridge #1020, new construction and Bridge #988 which will be a future construction project, all in Washington Township. Bridge #956 in Grant Township was also inspected for a future construction project. A tube in Jackson Township at the intersections of Road #414, #442 and #441 were inspected.

• Kim Mildward, Regional Council of Governments, was present for the opening of the Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for the Historical Preservation Grant. RFQs were received from: N-Form Architecture, Ellison-Auxier Architects, White & Borgognoni Architects, P.C. and Strata Architecture and Preservation. The commission and Mildward will study each RFQ and utilize a scoring sheet to rate them. A date of September 3 at 9:00 was set to review score sheets and decide on the firm.

• Marilyn Jenkins, collector/treasurer met with the commission to review where the CARES Act Funds’ balance is currently sitting after payments were made to the approved applicants of the Small Business grants, payments to taxing entities and COVID related supplies purchased for taxing entities

• The commission reviewed a list of each townships set levy and bond maturity dates.

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