MASON CITY – The Cerro Gordo County Board of Supervisors met Tuesday morning in Mason City for their regular meeting.
No road report was given as County Engineer Mary Kelly was absent.
The county responded to union proposals for compensation and benefits changes for courthouse and road employees.
The county rejected a proposed 5% pay increase from the union. The county also rejected a proposed stipend increase for clothing for road workers. The county rejected “longevity” pay schedule increased for courthouse employees, as well.
In other business, an Iowa State University representative, Mike O’Donnell, was introduce by the North Iowa Corridor’s Brent Willett. O’Donnell invited the public to a “Sustainability Summit” to gain feedback on how communities in the county can sustain growth now and in the future, avoiding choices now that would stymie growth later.
The event will be held on November 7th from 9 AM to 4 PM at the Music Man Square in Mason City.
Watch video of entire meeting: