Madison County Court NDN

The public is invited to attend a meeting of Madison County government during which tax dollars may be spent or decisions made that affect expenditures.

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WHAT: Madison County Commissioners.

WHEN: Tuesday, Aug. 4, 9:30 a.m.

WHERE: Commissioners’ Room, Madison County Courthouse, Madison.

AGENDA HIGHLIGHTS: Commissioners have a lengthy agenda.

— Among the items of discussion will be consideration of a change to the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Economic Development Revolving Loan Fund to discontinue and cease any business-type activities.

— Also, commissioners will consider the application of John and Kristen Orlowski for a conditional-use permit to build a house on less than 40 acres on Orlowski Lot Split, which is north of the City of Madison along 553½ Avenue.

— Commissioners also will consider the application of Patrick Hintz for a conditional-use permit to build a house on less than 40 acres on Sunderman’s Southeast Lot Split, which is north and east of Battle Creek along 843rd Avenue.

— Commissioners also will consider the application of Evan Eucker, doing business as Eucker Pork, for a conditional-use permit to operate a livestock feeding operation, which is west of Madison along 827th Road.

— In addition, commissioners will consider the application of Brent Weitfeld for a conditional-use permit to spread bio-solids from the City of Norfolk Wastewater Treatment Plant on pasture ground south of Norfolk at 83660 556th Ave.

— Also, commissioners will consider another application of Brent Weitfeld for a conditional-use permit to spread bio-solids from the City of Norfolk Wastewater Treatment Plant on pasture ground south of Norfolk at the intersection of 837th Road and 558th Avenue.

— Finally commissioners are scheduled to discuss the 2020-21 fiscal year budget requests, as well as review and process claims.

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Remember, government works best when citizens are informed and involved. Attending the public meetings of governmental bodies is an excellent way to accomplish that.

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