LGL # 35052 -12.21.21 Minutes | Legal services


DECEMBER 21, 2021 FIFTY-FIRST MEETING OF THE COUNTY OF WOODBURY SUPERVISORY BOARD The Supervisory Board met on Tuesday, December 21, 2021 at 4.30 pm The members of the Board present were Taylor, Ung, De Witt, Radig and Wright . Staff in attendance were Karen James, Council Administrative Assistant, Dennis Butler, Budget Analyst / Analyst, Joshua Widman, Deputy County Attorney, Melissa Thomas, Director of Social Services, and Patrick Gill, Council Auditor / Clerk. The regular meeting was opened with the oath of allegiance to the flag and a moment of silence. There was no citizen concern. Motion by Taylor seconded by Radig to approve the agenda for December 21, 2021. Carried 5-0. Copy filed. Motion by Taylor seconded by Radig to approve the following by consent: To approve the minutes of the December 14, 2021 meeting. Copy filed. To approve claims totaling $ 404,711.33. Copy filed. To receive the November juvenile detention population report. Copy filed. To approve the lifting of the tax suspension for Trina Currier-Hawkins, parcel # 884706227024, 4115 Davis Ave. Copy filed. To approve the appointment of Kenzie Holsinger, P / T Youth Worker, Department of Juvenile Detention, effective 12-21-21, $ 20.38 / hour. Vacant post published on 11/17/21. Entry-level salary: $ 20.38 / hour. Copy filed. Presentation of the certificate award to Cynthia Wiemold. Copy filed. Approve the Woodbury County Travel and Expense Policy Addendum effective 01/01/2022. Copy filed. Approve the appointment of Tom Thiesen (effective 1/1/22) to the Adjustment Council for a new term of 5 years. Copy filed. Approve the appointment of Corey Meister (effective 1/1/22) to the Planning and Zoning Commission for a further 5-year term. Copy filed. Carried 5-0. Motion by Radig seconded by Taylor to approve the release of the mortgage made to CEDCORP, Inc. Carried 5-0. Copy filed. Suzan Stewart, chair of the temporary county redistribution committee, presented a report to Council outlining the proposed plan for the oversight districts for Council consideration. Motion by Radig seconded by De Witt to receive the report of the provisional redistribution commission. Carried 5-0. Copy filed. A public hearing was held at 4:40 p.m. for an order relating to the assessment of wind power conversion properties authorized by Chapter 427B.26 of the Iowa Code. the President calls anyone wishing to be heard. Motion by Radig seconded by Taylor to close the public hearing. Carried 5-0. Moved by Radig, seconded by Taylor, for 3rd reading of the wind power conversion property ordinance authorized by Chapter 427B.26 of the Iowa Code. Carried 5-0. Copy filed. A public hearing was held at 4:45 p.m. to consider an order setting the boundaries of the Woodbury County polling stations and the Woodbury County Supervisory Districts. The President called anyone wishing to be heard. Motion by De Witt seconded by Radig to close the public hearing. Carried 5-0. Motion by Radig seconded by De Witt to approve the first reading of the ordinance. Carried 5-0. Motion by Radig seconded by De Witt to waive the second and third readings of the ordinance. Carried 5-0. Moved by Radig, seconded by Taylor, to pass Ordinance # 60 setting the boundaries of the Woodbury County Polling Stations and Supervisor Districts in Woodbury County. Carried 5-0. Copy filed. Motion by Radig seconded by De Witt to approve and authorize the President to sign the County Appreciation Certificate. Carried 5-0. Copy filed. Motion by Radig seconded by De Witt to approve and authorize the president to sign the county redistribution certification. Carried 5-0. Copy filed. Motion by Taylor seconded by De Witt to approve directing staff to work with the Siouxland Regional Transportation System to prepare a memorandum of understanding, loan agreement, and prepare a resolution to approve the issuance of tax bonds for the installations. Carried 5-0. Copy filed. Motion by De Witt seconded by Taylor to approve the agreement with HCI Construction for the replacement of the windows for $ 75,140, ​​with $ 20,140.00 of the total coming from agency funds. Carried 4-1; Radig objected. Copy filed. The Board heard the minutes of the committee meetings. There was no citizen concern. The council’s concerns have been heard. The board adjourned the regular meeting until January 3, 2022. Meeting signature sheet. Copy filed. 2 Published in the Sioux City Journal on January 8, 2022. LGL # 35052


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