Members of Meade County Fiscal Court conducted their regular monthly business Tuesday (2/11) night which entertained a short agenda.
After no public comments, the court entered into the business session where they accepted the $3,943.17 in excess fees from the Meade County Sheriff. They also approved a resolution to accept $1,234,228.53 in annual Road Aid funds from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet to be used for repairs on county maintained roads.
The court opened bids related to the county electrical and building inspector contracts. After review, magistrates unanimously approved the bid David Viers as the county electrical inspector. The court acknowledged a bid for the building inspector but did not take any further action the contract until other details are reviewed on the proposal.
Second District Magistrate Eli Dix brought two property maintenance issues in Rock Haven to the court to have a letter drafted to the property owners to notify them of formal complaints regarding the situations. This is the first time since the Property Maintenance Ordinance was approved just a few months ago that a issue has came before the entire body of Fiscal Court. County Attorney Jessica Roberts said a letter needs to be drafted to be used as a first notice of the complaint.
The court approved updates to the county personnel policy which added the ability to advertise online in addition to tradition methods for applicants for employment and cellphone reimbursements for supervisors or leaders who use their personal cell phones for work purpose. They also approved the annual policy and procedures for the Detention Center. Jailer J.J. Scarborough said that no changes had been made to the policies.
You can watch the entire meeting in our “On Demand” section.