Wind Energy project contact
Sara Houlihan –
- Phone: 515-242-4072
Sarah Eberly –
- Phone 312-582-1062
Signed Agreement with Diamond Trail Wind Energy LLC
Map of Diamond Trail Wind Turbines 7.17.2019
Email 2 of 2 regarding wind sites
Iowa County Road Use agreement 7.26.19
Map of the Diamond Trail Haul Route
Signed Decommissioning Plan 9.13.2019
Rules for Public
Hearings on an Ordinance
In the event that the Chair of the Board of Supervisors
has a conflict of interest, the presiding officer shall be the Vice Chair or any
other member agreed to by the Board.
Any member of the public that wishes
to address the Board on the ordinance at hand shall sign up before the hearing
starts with their name and address for the record.
The hearing will be called to order and the presiding
officer shall ask for a motion to open the public hearing.
The Presiding Officer shall ask the Auditor, or Deputy
the ordnance has been published and is within the time frame required by the
Code of Iowa.
If any written
comments have been submitted.
The Presiding Officer will then read the first name on
the sign in list and ask then to approach the podium, if one is provided, with
their comments. The Presiding Officer shall go down the list in the order they
were signed in. If a member of the
public feels that their comments have already been made they can waive their
turn when their name is called.
Oral comments will be limited to 2 minutes unless the
Board agrees to extend this time.
Each person is limited to addressing the Board one time during the public
hearing, unless an exemption is granted by the Board.
Any person wishing to give written documentation to the Board during the
hearing shall provide it to the Auditor to be stamped as received.
All comments must be limited to the contents of the
ordinance being discussed.
Comments should be cumulative and non-repetitive to
other public comments made at the hearing.
All public comment shall be addressed to the Board of
Supervisors as a body and not to any single Board member or member of the
No person other than the board and the person having the
floor shall be permitted to enter into any discussion without the permission of
the presiding officer. No question shall be asked of a board member except
through the presiding officer.
The presiding officer may, with the acquiescence of a
majority of the Board of Supervisors, require any member of the public to yield
the floor, to discontinue his/her remarks, or to cease given activity, if in the
judgment of the board that person's actions or remarks may unduly disrupt the
decorum of the proceedings, or create the risk of public disturbance. If any
such person refuses to obey the presiding officer's directive, the presiding
officer may order the person to leave the board meeting.
When the public hearing has concluded, the presiding
officer shall ask for a motion and a second to close the public hearing and then
call the vote.
If at the first and second public hearing the vote
passes, the date and time of the next hearing will be announced.
If the vote fails the ordinance is dead.