The Cerro Gordo County Board of Supervisors met this morning at the Cerro Gordo County Courthouse.|The Cerro Gordo County Board of Supervisors met this morning at the Cerro Gordo County Courthouse. The Board discussed various culverts, drainage issues, and tax assessments.
The meeting started at 9:35 AM and was adjourned at 9:39 AM. NorthIowaToday.com asked Chris Watts, a citizen who attended the meeting, if most meetings are this short. “Most meetings average about 20 minutes in length,” Watts said. “However, in the other 98 counties in Iowa, the average meeting time is over 2 hours in length.”
The Board of Supervisors is an elective office with a four-year term. The Board follows the Plan Three supervisor district representation plan as defined in Chapter 331.206 of the Code of Iowa. Supervisors are elected from single-member equal-population districts, in which the electors of each district shall elect one member who must reside in that district. Cerro Gordo County Supervisors are currently paid nearly $45,000 per year plus benefits. This map explains the County Supervisor Districts.
Current Cerro Gordo County Supervisers are: