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Supervisors discuss employee handbook changes

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The Carroll County Board of Supervisors in their weekly meeting on Monday, Jan. 23, discussed changes to the employee handbook. Auditor Kourtney Payer will send a rough draft of proposed changes to county elected officials and department heads for review. These include pay date changes and usage of sick time. No action was taken, and this item will be on a future agenda.   

Supervisors approved two plats, the Recorder’s quarterly report and liquor license for Sparky’s One Stop #1.  

Also approved was $45,000 additional funding for Region XII community development block grant down payment assistance program.  

Carroll County librarians from Carroll, Coon Rapids, Glidden and Manning presented their FY24 funding requests.  

Election results for County Drain 23 were canvassed.  Dave Bauer was reelected for District 2 with all six votes cast.  

Jamie Hanlon, Dave Hoffman and Brian Bauer were appointed as Carroll County Condemnation Compensation commissioners. 

There was general discussion on current compensation for township clerks and trustees, and plans to increase compensation will be finalized by resolution at upcoming meeting.  

Carroll County Conservation Board received an offer to purchase the Breda Depot building along with a small a parcel of land.  A public hearing for sale of this property is set for 9:30 a.m. Monday, Feb. 6, in the supervisors meeting room in the courthouse.  

Phoenix Avenue northeast of Carroll is closed between 170th and 180th streets indefinitely for bridge replacement.   

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