Tuesday morning's meeting of the Cerro Gordo County Board of Supervisors ended with a celebration of sorts.
Near the end of the Cerro Gordo County Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday morning, CG Public Health Director Brian Hanft discussed the department's focuses as the COVID-19 pandemic moves into a second fall season.
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Positive test rates are down to 4% and CG Public Health plans to conclude its mass vaccination clinic by June 11.
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Half of the money from the American Rescue Plan Act is expected to roll in sometime in May 2021 and the remaining funds will come May 2022.
Local funds average about $1.08 million for the first 3 years before bumping up to $2 million in the 4th and $3.4 million in the 5th.
CG Public Health Director Brian Hanft told the county supervisors that his department still had vaccination slots at the end of Monday.
The board also moved forward on a plan to refinance 2012 capital loan notes it used to cover costs for the county's law enforcement center.
Online slots were gone in four minutes.
The city of Clear Lake plans to break ground on an inclusive playground at the site sometime in 2021.
The difference a month can make.
One of the more expensive local projects would be $700,000 for resurfacing along County Road B15.
The specific suit has been joined by counties across the state. The building price is about $250,000.
The new year will bring new leadership to 43 North Iowa.
"We didn’t have a problem before Bushel Boy came and now we’ve got a problem," landowner Gary Sutcliffe said at the meeting.
The county's receiving just more than $20,000 to cover upcoming election costs.
The focus of National Recovery Month is to recognize the journey to recovery and highlight the services available in the community.
Cerro Gordo County is putting $100,000 into the fund prioritized for businesses of 25 or less.
At Tuesday morning's meeting of the Cerro Gordo County Board of Supervisors, the three-member panel made what they characterized as a much needed change in one of the county's cities.
"When I ran for this job, somebody asked me what does this pay? And I said I have no idea."
Latham said that a big part of his focus would be to continue improving various parts of county infrastructure with a minimum burden to residents.