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July 12, 2013

Appanoose County Board of Health meeting agenda for 07/15/13

Appanoose County Board of Health

The Appanoose County Board of Health will meet Monday, July 15 at 5:30 p.m. in the Conference Room at 209 E. Jackson St. in Centerville.

Items on the agenda include approval of May 13 meeting minutes, Board of Environmental Health Bill MIlan — amendments for approval fan violation notices, letter from Wanda Besco with Southern Iowa Family Planning, Advisory Committee — no new business, Board of Health — Public Health — unfinished business, new business, PHEP grant, contract with Appanoose Community Care Services (Kris Laurson) State Grant, Margit’s evaluation, rudeness/confidentiality and titles.

Centerville CityCouncil

The Centerville City Council will meet Monday, July 15 at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall.

Items on the agenda include approval of July 1 regular meeting minutes, approval oaf July 8 special meeting minutes, approval of June 12 Drake Library Board meeting minutes, approval of June 8 and June 10 Airport Commission meeting minutes, authorization and issuance of general obligation lease purchase agreement to evidence the obligation of the city thereunder, Res. No. 2013-3213 instituting proceedings to take additional action for the authorization and the issuance of not to exceed 80,000 general obligation lease purchase agreement, approval of tax exempt certificate, Res. No. 2013-3214 authorizing action to enter into a lease purchase agreement and levying a tax to pay said leas=purchase agreement, approval of bills, approval of financial statement, department reports — public works, water pollution control, water, streets, library and airport, Raeann Fuller — complaint regarding service at City Hall, Ron Hudson — request for council to ban recreational fires during summer months, Paul Kness — property at 541 N. 12th St. being used as community garden, Richard Defoe — request for vacation and sale of alley, accept resignation of Mike Bogle from LOST Oversight Committee effective July 1, update on Safe Routes to School project, authorizing mayor (Pro-Tem) to execute addendum to engineering agreement for the Safe Routes to School project, Park Committee to present proposed storm water restoration project in the Morgan E. Cline Park, consider Park Committee/Park Board recommendation to utilize the dedicated funds for preparations of a REAP grant application for the proposed storm water restoration project, consider/approve a 28E agreement between the city of Centerville and the Appanoose County Conservation Board regarding the management of land adjacent to the Centerville Reservoir, approve the Centerville Municipal Airport application for an FAA grant of $460,000 for acquisition of surrounding land with the city of Centerville providing match money of $46,000, authorize the mayor (pro-rem) to sign and execute all documents pertaining to the FAA grant, approve interim financing of Airport land purchase(s) until the funds can be drawn down from the grant, approve Edwin Brand — Mayor Pro Tem — as an authorized signature on the banking agreement with Iowa Trust and Savings Bank, Res. No. 2013-3214 transferring funds from Hotel/Motel to General, reports, other business, audience questions and comments.

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