Cass Supervisors hold closed session Wed. morning

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July 23rd, 2013 by Ric Hanson

The Cass County Board of Supervisors will hold a closed session for roughly an hour, Wednesday, prior to opening their regular meeting. The session is being held under provisions set for by the Code of Iowa, and is one of a handful of such meetings set to take place over the next few months with various County personnel. On Wednesday, the Board will meet at 8-a.m. to conduct an annual performance evaluation and contract review with County MH/DD/General Assistance Coordinator Teresa Kanning.

When the Board resumes their normal session at around 9-a.m., the will act on a nomination and the appointment of an additional member to the Local Emergency Planning Committee. Action is also expected on accepting or rejecting bids for a Hot Melt Asphalt (HMA) resurfacing with milling project on County Road G-43 from Highway 6 to Highway 71, and a resurfacing project on County Road M-56, from G-30 to the junction with Highway 6.

And, if the documents are ready, the Board may act on approving a 28-E agreement for Mental Health Regionalization. As time allows, the Supervisors may also hear a regular report from officials with Medivac Ambulance.