The Wright County Board of Supervisors will meet on Monday morning by first hearing the latest COVID case load statistics and immunizations. The Wright County Emergency Operations Center will address the board on the issue.
The board will then canvass the votes for the special election held for the Clarion-Goldfield-Dows Community School District. Once certified, it will be filed with the state and the results will be made official.
The board will approve eleven appointees as Civil Process Servers. The eight women and three men are due to be certified to assume their positions by the board. the board will then approve the eleven appointments as Deputies. The nine men, one woman, and one police dog have been nominated by the Sheriff’s Office to take various positions. Brit is the Narcotics Canine and Patricia Barz is appointed to be Deputy Clerk / Office Manager.
The board will then hear from Wright County Engineer Adam Clemons on the condition of secondary roads in the county. He will be followed by the setting of a date for a public hearing for Drainage District 194. It is expected to be set for March 29th.
Those interested in viewing the meeting can do so by going to the Zoom Meeting at https://zoom.us/j/465435965?pwd=bkVoekE4N3lCdDl1dDdnb0dtemNPQT09. Those who want to participate by calling (312) 626-6799 Meeting ID: 465 435 965