The Marshall County Commissioners plan to approve two ordinances presented by Health Department Administrator Christine Stinson when they meet for their regular meeting this morning.
A public hearing was held on July 3 concerning the ordinance that outlines the change in the fee schedule for the health department. Another ordinance pertaining to well installation, maintenance and operations is also on the agenda. The well ordinance was approved on first reading at the last meeting as some questions about well caps need to be addressed before the ordinance can be formally approved. Those issues should be discussed today.
The commissioners will also consider an ordinance to vacate Forest Drive, CASA Executive Director Chastity Keller will present a grant request, Linda Rippy from the Marshall County Museum will submit the quarterly report, Sheriff Matt Hassel will discuss K9 Arras, and County Attorney James Clevenger will provide a memorandum of understanding between the county and the 4-H Fair Association. The county is acting as a pass through agent for an OCRA grant for the fair association worth $500,000 for the construction of new multi-purpose building on the 4-H fairgrounds.
The commissioners will meet today at 9:30 a.m. in the second floor meeting room in the Marshall County building in Plymouth.