Meetings will be held at 115 E Washington Street, Rooms 400 and 404, AND VIA REMOTE ATTENDANCE which can be streamed on YouTube. The south/Front Street doors of the McLean County Government Center will be open 30 minutes prior to the meeting to allow the general public access to Room 400. Immediately following adjournment of the meeting, the general public will be asked to leave and the building will be closed.
If you wish to submit a public comment for a committee meetings, you must notify the County Administrator, Ms Camille Rodriguez (email@example.com), 24 hours in advance of the meeting with your name and topic you wish to speak on. Details for virtual meetings found on each committee agenda. Public Comment Statute
Clicking on Committee name links below will take you to the Agenda with attachments on the County’s Website
OF NOTE: HEALTH Health Department will present request to convert the open part time Communication Specialist to full time Health Promotion Specialist; NO FLU CLINIC at Health Dept this year due to availability at pharmacies/primary care facilities; Jail Heathcare reports 49 COVID tests were administered in July; Open positions at Nursing Home (Food Service Supervisor Assistant; Cook; Dietary Aid; Activity Assistant; CNAs; LPNs; RNs); JUSTICE Circuit Clerk purchasing scanning equipment ($16,500); Critical Hire Request for Circuit Court: 1- Division Supervisor I and 2- Office Support Specialist II; LAND USE 2019 E-waste Recycling report (McLean Co ranked 5th in the state by weight or recyclables)
4:30 pm HEALTH Departmental matters: Jessica McKnight (Health Department) will present request to amend FTE positions to allow for converting the part time Communication Specialist to full time Health Promotion Specialist and additional funds to cover additional salary will come from COVID crisis/contact tracing grant, as well as Monthly and General Reports (Contact director, supervisor and 7 tracers began work 8/24/20; working with ISU staff to provide contact tracing for students; More detailed information on COVID test seekers at the mobile site-119 tests, 12 had symptoms, 8 known exposure, 3 positive cases; Budget difficulties for Dental Program and applying for COVID grant; and NO FLU CLINIC at Health Dept this year). Michelle Welch and Jason Tabb will present Healthcare Reports from Adult & Juvenile detention centers (49 COVID tests were administered in July). Terri Edens (County Nursing Home) will present request for open positions (Food Service Supervisor Assistant; 2- Cooks; 2- Dietary Aid; Activity Assistant; CNAs; LPNs; RNs) and to approve bid for sprinkler system and electrical work (To Be Distributed), as well as Monthly and General Reports (Employees testing weekly; 4 of the 5 positive cases have recovered and are returned to work; No residents have been positive for COVID). Camille Rodriguez, the County Administrator, will Critical Hire Request for NURSING HOME: Food Service Supervisor Assistant; 2- Cooks; 2- Dietary Aid; Activity Assistant; HEALTH DEPT Health Promotion Program Manager and HP Specialist; report on Recent Employment Activities (Nursing Home- LPN, CNA) and General Report.
8:00 am TRANSPORTATION Departmental Action Items: Requests approvals of August Equipment Letting for 24’ Full Frame Dump Trailer to replace 1976 trailer ($37,871), Critical Hire Request for Fleet Manager Position to repair/maintain equipment; and Matching Tax Resolution/Jurisdictional Addendum for Cropsey Road to resurface the road and project will be led by Livingston County (our portion of the project cost is $250k). Information: Jerry Stokes (County Engineer) will report on Chenoa-Division St project; Ron Smith Memorial Hwy, Park Culvert on Pipeline Road, and Towanda East Road. Adjournment.
4:30 pm JUSTICE Departmental matters: Mike Donovan (Director of Court Services), Don Everhart (Circuit Clerk), Carla Barnes (Public Defender), Molly Evans (director of Children’s Advocacy Center), Jon Sandage (Sheriff), Kathy Yoder (Coroner), and Don Knapp (State’s Attorney) will present statistics and General Report. In addition, Circuit Clerk will request approval of budget adjustment for purchase of scanning equipment ($16,500); and Coroner will request budget adjustment for receipt of $3,241 to assist with costs of toxicology testing for participation in the State Unintentional Overdose Reporting System. Camille Rodriguez (County Administrator) will present for Information: Approve Critical Hire Request for Circuit Court: 1- Division Supervisor I and 2- Office Support Specialist II; Recent Employment Activities (Juvenile Detention Officer; Assistant States Attorney II, Circuit Clerk Office Support Specialist I, Sheriff Office Support Specialist I, and Corrections Officer); and General Report.
4:30 pm FINANCE Not available as of Saturday Morning.
3:30 pm LAND USE Departmental matters: No items for action. Information: EAC first and second quarter Solid Waste Program Reports and 2019 E-waste Recycling report (McLean Co ranked 5th in the state by weight or recyclables). Adjournment.
4:45 pm PROPERTY Not available as of Saturday Morning.
Many thanks if you have made it through this week’s round up!