Summary of Mitchell County Board of Supervisor's Meeting 12-3-19

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The Board of Supervisors in Mitchell County discussed a range of topics at their meeting on December 3rd, including budget resolutions, a draft contract with the sheriff, and proposed changes to the county's motor vehicle sales laws. They also discussed ways to recognize and reward employees, and how to pay for a well that was recently drilled in the county.

  • 00:00:00 The Mitchell County Board of Supervisors approved a resolution and policy dealing with the protection of information, and the county attorney will be notified of any disclosures or protected data within 24 hours.
  • 00:05:00 The supervisor discusses budget resolutions and how Bart Gimbert may have purchased property.
  • 00:10:00 The video discusses Floyd County Board of Supervisor's meeting where Floyd County Supervisor Floyd said he was not going to draw a contract with Mitchell County because the contract would be too expensive. Floyd County Supervisor Floyd said he would get in touch with Gerry Anderson to try and negotiate a contract.
  • 00:15:00 The board of supervisors discusses a draft contract with the sheriff. The sheriff complains that the cost of printing the contract affects his budget, and the board members agree that the sheriff's responsibility is to approve contracts, not to review drafts. The board discusses a bill in the US Senate that would restore Medicare benefits for children and veteran's health benefits, and another bill that would allow people awaiting trial to continue receiving Medicaid benefits.
  • 00:20:00 The board of supervisors discussed ways to recognize and reward employees, Mitchell County Attorney discussing legal issues, county engineer discussing road conditions, and the bus driver discussing the Raven bus.
  • 00:25:00 The meeting discussed proposed changes to Mitchell County's motor vehicle sales laws, which would require a bill of sale for all sales from January 1st. Department of Revenue officials are also proposing to add the requirement to their code.
  • 00:30:00 The McIntyre Board of Supervisors requests financial assistance for cleaning obsidian property, which is connected to the Sloane property. The board was never able to agree to pay for the cleaning, and this is why the request is on the books for today. They argue that they sold the land to the Sloanes for a buck, so the Sloanes should benefit from the cleaning.
  • 00:35:00 The board of supervisors discussed paying for half of a tax sale, and it was decided that the board would have to approve this before it could happen.
  • 00:40:00 The Board of supervisors meeting discussed how to pay for the well that was drilled in Mitchell County. They agreed to pay half the cost with the condition that the well is eventually sold and they are reimbursed for the money they paid. They also discussed how to hold a meeting for women to hear about available grants.
  • 00:45:00 The Board of Supervisors discussed salary increases and public comments. Gary said he would like to see the courthouse closed on Tuesdays and make a decision about it at a later date.

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