The Emmet County Board of Supervisors Tuesday reviewed the fiscal 2012 Emmet County mental health report.
Dorothy Christensen, county mental health coordinator, noted that the report is a state requirement and must be forwarded to the Iowa Department of Human Services.
Christensen called the board's attention to various sections of the report.
In other business, the board approved two construction plans - One on County N24 spanning School Creek west of Estherville and the other on County N60 northwest of Armstrong.
In the road report, Roger Patocka, county engineer, said crews had been ditch cleaning and building driveways and field entrances. He said Union Pacific Railroad officials had indicated plans are in the works to repair several rail intersections in the county.
The board also received insurance renewal proposals from Nancy Danielson and Al Blum of Blum & Leonard and Clarence Hoffman of the Iowa Communities Assurance Pool.
Supervisors meet Tuesday
By Michael Tidemann
The Emmet County Board of Supervisors will meet 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 27 in the Emmet County Courthouse Board Room.
A public forum will be offered at 8:35 a.m. for any comments the public may want to make.
At 8:40, Roger Patocka, county engineer, will give the road report followed at 9 a.m. by an update on Iowa Lakes Community College by Val Newhouse, college president.
The board will approve family farm applications at 9:30 a.m. and the 2012 weed commissioner's report at 9:45.
The board will make a decision on insurance proposals at 10 a.m.
Under miscellaneous, the board will discuss and act on drainage issues.