A 90-day extension to Wapello County’s 28E agreement with Southeast Iowa Case Management is first up on the Wapello County Board of Supervisors’ agenda next week.
Wapello County does an annual contract with Southeast Iowa Case Management, and the current contract will expire June 30, Supervisor Steve Siegel said Friday.
“We’re going to extend the agreement 90 days due to the reform, and we’ll continue working with Southeast Iowa Case Management,” he said.
The board will also consider a contract with Southern Iowa Mental Health. The board members will go over the contract and likely sign it.
“I don’t think we changed the rates,” Siegel added.
Also on the agenda is information from Billy Young of Ottumwa. He represents the Spoke Folks Bike Club, and the members have worked on a proposal to put bike signs on county roads.
The board will also consider approval of two modifications to the Wapello County employee health plan. Siegel said the changes came up during collective bargaining with all the unions.
“[The board] agreed to improve vision benefits, and we’re doing that,” he added.
The board will meet at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday in the third-floor boardroom at the Wapello County Courthouse. The meeting is open to the public.