Routine business for the supervisors on February 14

Benton County Courthouse

By Jim Magdefrau

VINTON – It was routine business for the Benton County Board of Supervisors at their Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2023, meeting at the service center conference room in Vinton.

A land use hearing was set for Tuesday, March 14, at 9:20 a.m. for Sheyenne and Hayley McNulty for land in Section 24, Fremont Township.

The board designated Benton County Attorney Ray Lough as designate to sign documents on behalf of the opioids settlements.

A final plat was approved for Dulin’s Second Addition to Benton County.

The Johnson County Supervisors requested Benton County take part in a U.S. Geological Survey Ground Water Model Study. The Benton board decided to not participate.

Wage and classification change was approved for Rod Schmuecker, secondary roads equipment operator.

Sealcoat improvements on 61st Street Drive were discussed with Benton County Engineer Myron Parizek.

The board amended the maximum levy budget hearing date. It will be March 7, 2023.

The board authorized the chairman’s signature on an agent/broker change form for Holmes Murphy.

Budget talk included dealing with departments, commissions and boards.

February 14 meeting


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