Supervisors approve routine business at meeting July 21

Marc Greenlee talks with the Benton County Board of Supervisors.

By Jim Magdefrau

VINTON – It was routine business for the Benton County Board of Supervisors at their meeting Tuesday, July 21, at the courthouse in Vinton.

Land Use Administrator Marc Greenlee explained a variance to the subdivision ordinance for Chris and Julie Frimml, for land in Section 10, Eldorado Township. This is for a new house on a parcel that has been previously split, which they own with Chris’s parents. They will hold a land use change hearing next.

A land use hearing was held for Adam Rabe for land in Section 35, Leroy Township. This for a new home. It is on land owned by Jason Rabe of Big Toy Storage. It is now pasture land with a CSR of 28. The driveway has been built with county supervision. The house will need a septic system. Rural water is available. There are other acreages and agricultural land in the area, with no intense livestock.

A law enforcement contract was approved with the City of Norway.

Vacation carryover was approved Toni Parizek, Veterans Affairs, for 14 hours.

Change orders were approved for the Watershed Management Authority..

The board approved a purchase agreement for temporary and permanent easement for bridge replacement project on 22nd Avenue in Cedar Township , by the sandpit north of Vinton.

The board approved a purchase agreement for temporary easement for bridge replacement project in Canton Township on 30th Avenue Dr ive, with Scott and Jill Deklotz.

The board appointed Kimberly Rayman as Medical Examiner Investigator.

There was talk about controlling Canadian Thistle, as well as progress on the U.S. 30 and Highway 218 intersection.

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