WAYNE – For the first time in the past few months, members with the Board of Equalization and Board of Commissioners will open to the public as they hold their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, June 16 at 9 a.m.
The meeting will shift from being available online and from the Public Safety Annex back to the Wayne County Courthouse courtroom in-person only.
The Board of Equalization will look to receive and approve motor vehicle tax exemption along with approving listing of real property that was over/under valued on the March 15 assessment roll.
Moving into the Board of Commissioners meeting, the board will hear from county treasurer, Tammy Paustian about awarding comp-time versus paying overtime for employees staying late to help customers.
Nick Kemnitz, county emergency manager and Mark Casey, highway superintendent will both provide updates. Casey will also bring forward the Haystack road maintenance agreement from Tradewind Energy along with other wind energy updates.
David Levy will attend the meeting at 10 a.m. to take action on the Plum Creek Wind Decommissioning Agreement.
Another appointment is scheduled for 10:15 a.m. where Doug Elting with Berggren Architects will provide updates on the courthouse restoration project. A decision on Change Order Number ‘B’ for west entry work, concrete and fund clean-up will also be addressed.
Board members will also look to approve a trio of fund transfer resolutions before going into executive session about personnel.