Tentative Agenda for Scott County Board of Supervisors February 24 - 28, 2014 Print
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Friday, 21 February 2014 10:18
Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Committee of the Whole - 8:00 am

Board Room, 1st Floor, Administrative Center

1. Roll Call: Cusack, Earnhardt, Hancock, Minard, Sunderbruch

Facilities & Economic Development

2. Appointment of Weed Commissioner. (Item 2)

3. IA DOT Agreements for Paved Approaches at County Roads. (Item 3)

4. Construction plans and specifications for the roof replacement project at the Administrative Center. (Item 4)

Human Resources

5. Human Resource and General Policy updates. (Item 5)

Health & Community Services

6. Tax suspension requests. (Item 6)

Finance & Intergovernmental

7. Quarterly financial reports from various county offices. (Item 7)

8. Assessment of election costs for the School Board, Municipalities Election and Pleasant Valley School District special election held on February 4, 2014. (Item 8)

9. Board Appointment. (Item 9)

10. Beer/liquor renewal licenses for Glynns Creek Golf Course and Fairyland.

Other Items of Interest

11. Recognition of Terry O'Neill's years of service on the Benefited Fire District #1. (Item 11)

12. Discussion of Board member visits with County Departments. (Item 12)

Special Committee of the Whole, Board Room, Immediately following COW (approx 8:45)

1. Roll Call: Cusack, Earnhardt, Hancock, Minard, Sunderbruch

2. Budget Work Session.

Thursday, February 27, 2014

Regular Board Meeting - 5:00 pm

Board Room, 1st Floor, Administrative Center

Public Hearing

1. Amendment to the FY14 operating and capital budget.

2. Plans and Specifications for the Administrative Center Roof Replacement Project.

Friday, February 28, 2014

Special Committee of the Whole - 11:00 am

Clarion Hotel, Davenport

1. Roll Call: Cusack, Earnhardt, Hancock, Minard, Sunderbruch

2. Legislature Forum for State Legislators and Scott County Government.

3. Other items of interest.
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