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Tama Co. Supervisors By: Joyce Wiese

July 6, 2013
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For fiscal year 2014 the Tama County Board of Supervisors Larry Vest, Kendall Jordan and Dan Anderson, approved the transfer of funds from the General Basic Fund and Rural Services Fund to the Secondary Road fund with $147,625.00 from the General Fund to the Secondary Road Fund and $1,827,133.00 from the Rural Fund to the Secondary Road Fund for a total transfer of $1,974,758.00. Also the supervisors authorized the County Treasurer to transfer a portion of the funds calculated by a percentage each month after the apportionment of property taxes is received by the General Fund (4.948 percent) and Rural Services Fund (85.554 Percent) of property tax, not to exceed the limit of the total transfer stated above.. Susan Jones, assistant to the County Engineer, reported the recycling on Highway T47 is completed, the final coat to come in a few weeks. Union Grove Lake recycling is now completed. Highway E29 east of Garwin recycling is starting today, Monday. Material is being hauled to L Avenue North of Highway D65 starting today. Highway D65 will start being ripped up Monday, July 8th approximately. The County Road Department is continuing to repair storm damage, working on the storm damage as being a disaster Permits were approved for Poweshiek Water to do work at 1266 U Avenue. Grundy County REC for cable work, and Windstream for work on 370th Street. A resolution was approved for the Board of Supervisors to appropriate funds as adopted in the county budget to the county departments for fiscal year 2014, in the amount of $26,692,227. In other business Darrel Niedermann, Toledo, and Harold Vorba, Traer, were re-appointed to the Tama County Veterans Administration and Doug Dvorak was reappointed to the Tama County Zoning Board. Approval was also given for a Wheaton Contract with the CPC (Central Point of Coordination) office. This is for Chemical Dependency clients. Supervisors were advise they had very few calls for the use of this department. Claims approved for payment for the past week came to $197,396.70.
 
 

 

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