County Pioneer Cemetery Commission
The County Pioneer Cemetery Commission comprised of five members appointed by the Board of Supervisors, established by County Ordinance, assumes jurisdiction and management of pioneer cemeteries in Chickasaw County. The Commission has all of the powers and duties relating to pioneer cemeteries which may otherwise be exercised by Township Trustees except the Commission does not have the authority to certify a tax levy. Term of office is three years.
County Compensation Board
The County Compensation Board recommends to the Board of Supervisors the annual compensation of the auditor, treasurer, recorder, sheriff, county attorney and supervisors based on Iowa law. The Compensation Board consists of two appointees by the Board of Supervisors and one appointee each by the County Auditor, Attorney, Recorder, Sheriff and Treasurer. Appointees serve four year terms.
Board of Review Planning Commission
The seven member Planning Commission develops the comprehensive land use plan and makes recommendations to the Board of Supervisors, reviews major subdivision changes and makes recommendations to the Board of Supervisors, and makes recommendations to the Board of Supervisors as requested on other land-related issues. Appointees serve five year terms.
Veteran Affairs Commission
The five member Veteran Affairs Commission provides guidance and oversees operations of the Veteran Affairs department. Appointees serve three year terms. Appointees must be veterans.
This five member board provides guidance and oversees operations of county Conservation department. Appointees serve five year terms.
Board of Health
Local Board of Health shall consist of at least five members. At least one member shall be licensed as a physician under Chapter 148. Board members shall serve for a term of three years.
CHICKASAW COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
BOARD MEMBER OPENINGS The Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors seeks candidates to serve on the Chickasaw County Board of Health.
The Board of Supervisors appointments are to be in accordance with Iowa Code Chapter 137. The Board of Health can be found under Iowa Code Chapter 137 and Iowa Code Chapter 70. Individuals interested in serving on Chickasaw County Board of Health are members who are willing to be involved, interested in and committed to preserving the health of the public.
Application forms are available in the Chickasaw County Auditor’s Office on the second floor of the Courthouse in New Hampton or on the Chickasaw County Website: https://chickasawcoia.org
Submit application form no later than 4:30 pm on Monday, January 25, 2021 to:
Chickasaw County Auditor
8 East Prospect, P.O. Box 311
New Hampton, IA 50659