Board of Supervisors Minutes - July 11, 2012
Present: Larry Gibbs, Gary Bowden, Ron McCartney
A public hearing was conducted regarding a minor subdivision plat of “Subdivision of the SE NE 13-91-3 Subdivision”. Gary Meisner was present. He explained the situation with the property owned by the Estate of Mardell Meisner. No objections were heard. The Chairman declared the public hearing closed.
Motion by Gibbs, seconded by McCartney, to approve resolution # 18-2012 regarding a minor subdivision plat of “Subdivision of the SE NE 13-91-3 Subdivision”. Ayes: Gibbs, McCartney, Bowden
Resolution # 18-2012
Accepting the minor subdivision plat of Subdivision of the SE NE 13-91-3 Subdivision
WHEREAS, there has been submitted to the Board of Supervisors of Clayton County, Iowa, a plat of real property hereinafter designated as Subdivision of the SE NE 13-91-3 Subdivision and described as: a subdivision of the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter of Section 13, Township 91 North, Range 3 West of the fifth principal meridian, Clayton County, Iowa,
WHEREAS, the Mardell Meisner Estate as owner of said real property, has executed and acknowledged an instrument consenting to said plat,
WHEREAS, it appears that said plat complies with all requirements of Chapters 354 and 355 of the Code of Iowa,
WHEREAS, the Clayton County Subdivision Review Committee has recommended approval of said subdivision, affirming that it has complied with all the regulations of Clayton County, Iowa,
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Clayton County Board of Supervisors that the Board approves as an official subdivision, the plat of real property to be known as Subdivision of the SE NE 13-91-3 Subdivision, (approximately 39.39 acres) situated in Clayton County, Iowa, and described as: a subdivision of part of the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter of Section 13, Township 91 North, Range 3 West of the fifth principal meridian, Clayton County, Iowa,
Motion by McCartney, seconded by McCartney, to approve the quarterly report of fees from the County Auditor ($1,593.73), County Recorder ($33,290.69) and County Sheriff ($33,509.20). Ayes: Gibbs, Bowden, McCartney
The County Sheriff reviewed the Jail Inspector’s report with minor issues of a biennial inspection by the local Fire Department; scheduling of male/female jailers to cover same gender of prisoners; showers need painting which is problem with moisture that different paint and/or ceiling fans; the Fire Marshall’s report was also reviewed which had minor issues of a sprinkler head o-ring and covering some exposed wiring. It is not uncommon for the inspectors to find issues as that is their job. All issues of both reports will be resolved by the County Sheriff.
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