The Christian County Board will meet on Tuesday evening at 6:30 PM. The meeting will be held at the Taylorville High School Cafeteria. You can enter the school at the Cafeteria West Door from Knute Rockne Drive. The Board will be introduced to Benjamin Jacobi-O’ Halloran Kosoff Geitner & Cook, who is the new special counsel for Christian County. For resolutions and ordinances, there will be a zoning board of appeals ordinance discussion on solar and WECS ordinances. There will also be a discussion on the CEFS renewing the Community Partnership Agreement.
Under committee meetings, the highway, building, grounds, environmental, zoning, and welfare committee met on February 10th. There will be courthouse and elevator updates, highway business, and animal control updates. The executive, personnel, liquor, and legislative committee didn’t meet in February. The audit, finance, purchasing, and budget committee met on February 13th. The board will approve claims. State’s Attorney Mike Havera will be requesting additional salary for the Assistant States Attorney Position.
Under new business, there will be a discussion of the ordinance in accordance with the Intergovernmental Agreement with the City of Taylorville to use City Hall. Tom Snyder, Tom Fergin, and Frankie Blanchfield will be reappointed for terms for the CC Water Reclamation District. The next County Board meeting will take place on March 24th, 2020. The meeting has been moved due to the March 17th, primary. For any questions, contact Janet Bland, assistant to the County Board at 824-4011.