July 2, 2018 the Madison County Commission met. In attendance were Presiding Commissioner Robert "Bob" Mooney, First District Commissioner Tom Stephens and Second District Commissioner Larry Kemp. John Stagner from Allstate Benefits and Sheriff Katy McCutcheon attended the meeting.
ROAD AND BRIDGE DEPARTMENT
Road and Bridge Department supervisor Gregg Pruett said the department removed some downed trees and mowed on CR 275, CR 451, CR 313, and CR 470. They filled potholes on CR 421 and CR 521. The department finished the paving on CR 219. Some residents complemented the department on the general upkeep of CR 535.
Sheriff Katy McCutcheon said she applied for a salary supplement grant from the state this year and was notified that it has been approved. The grant must be applied for yearly before April 1 and if approved, gives full time deputies earning less than $30,000 an amount equal to that sum. The funds are raised by serving civil processed papers.
John Stagner discussed the Allstate supplemental insurance program and requested information that can be discussed with each employee that is interested in the insurance program.
Commissioner Stephens checked road and bridge conditions in District One last week.
Commissioner Kemp checked the condition of several District Two roads and bridges last week.
The three Commissioners attended the Fredericktown City Council meeting last week.
Presiding Commissioner Mooney and District Two Commissioner Larry Kemp attended the Solid Waste Management meeting along with the SEMO Regional Planning and Development meeting in Perryville. They also attended the District Commissioner’s meeting in Ste. Genevieve along with the Health Department Board meeting in Fredericktown.
Accounts payable were presented for approval. Commissioner Stephens made a motion to approve paying the accounts as presented. Commissioner Kemp seconded the motion. The motion carried.
No further business was transacted July 2. Commissioner Mooney adjourned the meeting at 10:50 a.m.