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There was a Public Hearing on the 2018 Budget - the Board moved to substitute Personnel/Ways & Means Draft #2 General Fund Budget in place of Draft #1 and direct the County Administrator to prepare the 2018 General Appropriation Act to include Draft #2 and set the County operating millage at 5.40 mills; the Department on Aging Special millage at .7320 mills; the Lenawee Medical Care Facility millage at .1896 mills; and the Veterans Relief Fund millage at 0.00 mills.
The 2018-2022 Capital Improvement Plan was approved
Shelly Delong, the new Equalization Director, provided the 2017 Annual Apportionment Assessment
Tom MacNaughton was reappointed to the Department of Health & Human Services Board
A public hearing will be held at 1:30 p.m. on December 13, 2017, in the Lenawee County Commissioners Chambers, 301 North Main Street, Adrian, Michigan 49221, on the proposed issuance as part of a plan of finance in one or more series, which may be issued on the same or different dates, of not to exceed $177,000,000 aggregate principal amount of hospital revenue and refunding bonds (the “Bonds”) by the County of Lenawee Hospital Finance Authority (the “Lenawee Authority”), for the benefit of Emma L. Bixby Medical Center (“Bixby”), Herrick Memorial Hospital, Inc. (“Herrick”), and Lenawee Long‑Term Care, Inc. (d/b/a/ Provincial House of Adrian) (“Provincial House”), each a Michigan nonprofit corporation and each an affiliate of ProMedica Health System, Inc., an Ohio nonprofit corporation, for the purposes of...
Other agenda items:
Michigan Works! Southeast Annual Report – Bill Sleight, Director
MSU Annual Report – Matt Shane, Dist 12 Coordinator
Accreditation With Commendation presentation – Lenawee County Health Department
The Michigan Local Public Health Accreditation Program identifies and promotes the implementation of public health standards for local public health departments and evaluates and accredits departments based upon their ability to meet these standards.
The program is a collaborative effort between the Michigan Public Health Institute; the Michigan Departments of Agriculture and Rural Development, Environmental Quality, and Health and Human Services; the Michigan Association for Local Public Health; and Michigan's local public health departments. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services provides oversight and funding for the program.