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by KIX101.1 /1230 KFJB News Department posted Jan 28 2014 9:53AM
The Marshall County Board of Supervisors at their latest meeting approved tentative Union Agreements with the Marshall County Sheriffs Departments Office Workers, Jailers and Clerical Staff and also the Secondary Road Department. Chairman Dave Thompson says the Union workers will receive a 2% raise each year during a three year term, there will be no hike in health insurance costs the first year but the likelihood of shared costs of health insurance the second and third years if certain levels of overall costs are exceeded.
 
The Supervisors approved two new hires, Rod Ruff as a Motor Vehicle Supervisor in the Treasurers office, and Valentina Kunkel as a Jailer for the Marshall County Sheriffs Department. These are replacement hires and not new hires.
 
Leah Bethel was named a Deputy County Medical Examiner.
 
A public hearing date of February 25th at nine a-m was set on the proposed county budget for 2014 and 2015.
 
The right of way contract process has begun for a bridge project on Parker Avenue between Marshalltown and Haverhill
 
Supervisor approved purchase of a Falcon 4-ton hot patcher trailer for the Secondary Roads Department, a price tage of 37-thousand-347 dollars.
 
County Assessor Craig Madill told the Supervisors that 96% of those eligible for the Business Property Tax Credit signed up for it.
 
The Supervisors met for half an hour, their next regular meeting will be February 11th at nine a-m at the Marshall County Courthouse.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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01/28/2014 9:53AM
News from the Marshall County Board of Supervisors.
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