Monday, September 12, 2011 the Madison County Commission met with the following officers present: Presiding Commissioner Robert Mooney, First District Commissioner Dennis Bradford and Second District Commissioner Larry Mungle. County Clerk Don Firebaugh was present to record the proceedings.
E-911 director Steve Perkins reported one dispatcher had submitted a letter of resignation that will be effective this month. Perkins reported 911 calls for the month of August. There were 71 emergency, 11 fire, 99 law, 148 hang-up, 49 non-emergency, 3 transfer, and 0 test for a total of 381 calls.
Madison County Chamber of Commerce Director, Sandy Francis reported that a membership drive for 2012 is approaching and thanked Madison County for their Premier Membership status for 2011. The Commission said uncertainty exists for available funds in 2012, but a decision will be made in early January during budget time.
Gregg Pruett, Road and Bridge Supervisor submitted a report of the status of personnel, equipment and work accomplished last week. Today, he is with the crew patching CR 203.
Bradford and Mooney attended the September 11, 2001 remembrance ceremony at the courthouse last Friday.
Bradford and Mungle met with Gregg Pruett at the Road and Bridge department last Wednesday to look at equipment and discussed the possible purchase of a road grader.
Mooney attended an Economic Development meeting in Bonne Terre, University of Missouri Extension Council meeting and the Civic Center planning meeting in Fredericktown last week.