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June 19, 2017 the Madison County Commission met with the following members present: Presiding Commissioner Robert (Bob) Mooney, First District Commissioner Tom Stephens and Second District Commissioner Larry Kemp. Ellie Blankenship from CTS Group attended the meeting.


Road and Bridge Supervisor Gregg Pruett said the department is mowing and continuing repairs to county roads.

A maintenance issue on CR 249 was discussed. After discussion, the Madison County Commission said the county is responsible to maintain the cattle guards and the 12-foot roadway between them. Only on order by the Commission will work be done as needed to keep the road passable.


The only bid received to purchase the county property on Hwy 72 West known as the Old Madison County Quarry was opened. JBJ Properties, LLC submitted a bid of $3,000 for the 1.54 acres. After discussion, Commissioner Kemp made a motion to approve the bid proposal. The motion was seconded by Commission Stephens. The motion carried.


The Ozark Regional Library requested Judy Kegley be re-appointed to the Board of Directors for a four-year term. The three Commissioners approved the request.


Commissioner Stephens said he checked on some roads last week and the progress being made on the CR 217 Bridge over Village Creek. The bridge is now passable with temporary closings due to guardrail installation.

Commissioner Kemp was out of the county and had no report.

Presiding Commissioner Mooney said he attended an Economic Development meeting in Ironton last week. He also looked at some county roads and talked to an attorney concerning an earlier road closure.


Accounts payable were presented for approval and payment. Commissioner Kemp made a motion to approve the accounts payable. The motion was seconded by Commission Stephens. The motion carried.

No further business was transacted June 19, 2017, and Commissioner Mooney adjourned the meeting at 11:35 a.m.

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