Mabe said that her department could find the required local match funds from within its existing budget and did not require additional funds from supervisors.

The extra funds are a permanent allocation to the budget, Mabe said, given in recognition of the fact that local agencies across the state are “really struggling” to keep up with Medicaid application renewals.

Supervisors also accepted $13,545 in one-time state and federal funds to pay for additional overtime to assist with the current Medicaid backlog.

Finance Director Eric Dahl told supervisors that the county was able to refinance some debt, snagging a better interest rate and smoothing out a “hefty” balloon payment due in 2026, all without extending the amortization period of debt repayment.  The debt in question financed the courthouse and the public library.

Supervisors approved a rezoning request by George Dansey, who wished to rezone 1.95 acres of property off of Rt. 6 near Scottsville so that he may operate a bakery.

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