The Adair and Cass County Boards of Supervisors will hold their regular weekly meetings, Wednesday morning in Greenfield and Atlantic. The Supervisor’s meeting in Greenfield begins one-hour earlier than normal, however, at 8-a.m. During their session, the Board will hear from Cass-Adair County Engineer Charles Marker, will who provide a review of the County’s Road and Snow Ordinances, and facilitate discussion on his Fiscal Year 2012 Budget. The budget is expected to take into consideration the hiring of a Full-time Engineer.
The Adair County Board will also hear from Central Point Coordinator (CPC) Lori Nosekable, with regard to Mental Health changes, and they’ll receive a quarterly Case Management report from Judy Schwartz. In other business, the Board will hear from Todd Spencer, with Iowa Workforce Development, with regard to Public Access Points, and Sheriff Brad Newton, about the hiring of a new deputy.
In Atlantic, the Cass County Board of Supervisors will meet at 9-a.m. Wednesday. The board will receive the Cass County Soil and Water Conservation District’s report and discuss their 2012-2013 budget. They’re also expected to discuss and possibly act on a revision to the County’s Indigent Burial Policy. The topic has been discussed at the past couple of Supervisor’s meetings, with a recommendation made last week on a revision in costs for burial/cremation services, taken under advisement.