Four things to know from Monday’s Board of Supervisors meeting

on November 21st, 2022

In the Knebel vs. the Board of Adjustments lawsuit, the Board appointed an attorney.

Three Windstream utility permits were signed for: north of Toledo on 300th St. going west to lay a line to H Ave, on the bridge over Deer Creek on Business 30 for moving connected lines, and near Chelsea on V Ave. north of E66 lines will be crossing over the road.

The Board approved setting the pay rate for election workers as: voting machine, computer and chair operators at $15 per hour; other poll workers at $10 per hour and deputy sheriff’s couriers at $50 per trip.

Claims totaling $115,688.24 were approved.