Several Appointments Scheduled, Health Insurance Options To Span Two-Days

WAYNE – The Wayne County Board of Commissioners will meet for their second time in the month of June Tuesday morning at 9 a.m.

From the Wayne County Courthouse, prior to the start of the meeting around 8:45 a.m., there will be a debut for the recent “In God We Trust” sign.  Amy Jackson, a Wayne High art teacher painted and stenciled the sign while County Commissioner Randy Larson created the shadowbox. The sign is currently hanging up in the courthouse lobby.

Moving upstairs to the meeting room, there are seven scheduled times for appointments with the board on Tuesday while two will carry over into Wednesday.

Troy McCormick will talk about the wind turbines, Pat Brentlinger will bring up the replacement of the West Emergency Exit door in the courthouse basement while Jason Dwinell and Nic Kemnitz will talk about the Quonset doors at South Lincoln Street.

During the Highway Superintendent, Mark Casey’s talk, he will award a bid for a bottom dump gravel trailer for Road District #1 (Larson) and give road/bridge updates. Phil Lorenzen will talk about the Rural Road Improvement bond issuance and Steve Muir with Elkhorn Valley Insurance will have a discussion with the board about Wayne County’s health insurance renewal with United Healthcare.

The board will then take a recess and reconvene on Wednesday, June 21 to talk more about health insurance.

Craig Johnson, of Holmes Murphy will meet with the board at 9 a.m. on Wednesday as Judd Allen, with NACO Benefit Services will also meet with the board at 10 a.m. to talk about Health Insurance options.

Following the health insurance options, the board will make a decision on whether to bid for health insurance coverage.

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