Summary of Mitchell County Board of Supervisor's Meeting 7-5-2022

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The board of supervisors in Mitchell County, Iowa, discussed the county's finances and various projects at a meeting on July 5, 2022. They also discussed new state laws, including a new ordinance regulating ATVs, and applications for confinement operations and infilling lot programs.

  • 00:00:00 This video discusses new state laws that go into effect on July 1st. One of these laws is a new ordinance regulating ATVs. The county attorney general says that the statute does not restrict use of ATVs on certain roads, and that a county can pass an ordinance regulating ATVs.
  • 00:05:00 In a meeting of the Mitchell County Board of Supervisors, it was discussed that the state government is changing how counties are reimbursed for room and board and percentage that their new collection agency now takes. This has been a problem for Mitchell County because the new agency is taking a much larger percentage of the county's money than the old agency.
  • 00:10:00 The narrator discusses how the state has been not returning the correct amount of money from those that owe money, due to the new room and board fee collection policy that went into effect. The narrator says that eventually an audit will show that the figures are not accurate. The narrator asks for the state to do an audit before they take any further action.
  • 00:15:00 The board of supervisors discussed Mitchell County's finances and the status of various projects. They also scheduled a meeting to discuss the paving of a road in Totoroville.
  • 00:20:00 The Mitchell County Board of Supervisors meeting on July 5, 2022, discussed applications for a business and a home next to city hall. The Board approved the business application for810 Main Street in Osage, and the home application for 10,000 dollars.
  • 00:25:00 In the video, Penny Horse, a resident of Mitchell County, discusses her concerns with the Board of Supervisor's decision to approve new confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs) in the county. Horse argues that the current master matrix used to score CAFO applications does not take into account the potential for overapplication of manure, which has led to impairment of local waterways. The Board of Supervisor's decision to approve the new CAFOs is pending a resolution calling for a moratorium on new and expanding CAFOs until corrective new legislation is adopted.
  • 00:30:00 The Board of Supervisors discussed applications for confinement operations in Mitchell County and discussed roadway safety concerns.
  • 00:35:00 The supervisor discussed a permit for a manure application facility on a 200-acre farm. The application rate is high, and the land is not on the site. If the plant is not on the site, it will increase traffic on the road.
  • 00:40:00 The video discusses Mitchell County Board of Supervisor's meeting 7-5-2022, in which it was discussed that there could be up to five million gallons of manure travelling down public roads in order to be applied to a 1500 acre site. It is possible to apply manure legally using public roads, with the only requirement being that public safety is maintained. However, there may be trucks travelling on the road, and signage could be put in place to notify drivers of this.
  • 00:45:00 The board of supervisors discussed the possibility of taking applications for infilling lot programs, and decided that it would be easier to do it that way.
  • 00:50:00 The video discusses the state of Mitchell County's bridges and the need for repairs. It also touches on the need for a local option sales tax to be used for public purposes, such as building bridges.
  • 00:55:00 The local auction sales tax could be used as a public purpose to promote development of new homes, but if the supervisors do not use the tax to build roads and bridges, it will be difficult to improve infrastructure in the future.

01:00:00 - 01:15:00

The Mitchell County Board of Supervisors met on July 5, 2022 to discuss a number of topics, including the use of local sales tax to help cover costs associated with economic development and courthouse payments, the upcoming courthouse silent auction, and ways to improve the county's daycare system.

  • 01:00:00 The video discusses how Mitchell County has used local sales tax to help cover costs associated with economic development and courthouse payments. The board of supervisors discussed possible action to fill the program's remaining money.
  • 01:05:00 The Board of Supervisors discussed possible action on the courthouse silent auction, and decided to have it take place in the last week of July. They also discussed education mold, and decided not to pick a specific Tuesday.
  • 01:10:00 The board discussed ways to improve the county's daycare system and decided to look for a new location and to get a license for 100 children.
  • 01:15:00 The Board of Supervisors discussed the suicide numbers in Mitchell County and decided to vote on the grant process. They also had a meeting about autonomous boards.

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