Tuesday, Jan. 16
Brown County Board of Health — 5 p.m., Salmon Room, County Office Building, 201 Locust Lane.
Brown County Solid Waste Management District Board — 5:30 p.m., Salmon Room, County Office Building.
Nashville Development Review Commission — 6 p.m., Town Hall, 200 Commercial St. Agenda includes election of officers; certificate of appropriateness for Chris Walsh, Consolidated Automotive Services, 30 Artist Drive; and other business.
Wednesday, Jan. 17
Brown County Soil and Water Conservation District — CANCELLED
Brown County Commissioners — 6 p.m., Salmon Room, County Office Building. Agenda includes Community Corrections grant; recorder’s office bulk user agreement/ordinance; CRH ambulance contract 2017-18 report; rezoning of 7320 Sweetwater Trail; highway department inventory, long-range and construction plans for 2018; update on winter storm and highway material inventory; 2018 highway budget items; report on courthouse feasibility meeting of Jan. 9; appointments to public defender board, Helmsburg Regional Sewage District Board and Brown County Redevelopment Commission; scheduling public hearing on proposed septic ordinance; contract with Umbaugh for five-year financial plan; and other business.
Thursday, Jan. 18
Nashville Tree Board — 8:30 a.m., Town Hall.
Brown County Schools Board of Trustees — 6:30 p.m., Helmsburg Elementary School, 5378 N. Helmsburg School Road. Agenda includes donation of two Mitsubishi PLC training stations for the BCHS engineering and technology departments from Enkei, valued at $7,900 total; $1,000 grant for the BCHS tennis program from the Duke Energy Foundation; maternity leave request through end of the year; 25-cent increase to hourly rate for three Brown County Career Resource Center staff and a $1.25 increase to the hourly rate for one other CRC employee; authorization of district projects and publication of notice; separations of seventh-grade volleyball coach, BCHS boys varsity soccer coach and junior high part-time cafe worker; appointments of special needs bus driver and BCHS assistant girls varsity track coach; superintendent’s report; and other business. To be preceded by a 5:30 p.m. executive session for discussion of the possible purchase of real estate; the assessment, design and implementation of school safety systems; the receipt of information about and interviewing of prospective employees; and job performance evaluations.
Nashville Town Council — 6:30 p.m., Town Hall. Agenda includes audience communication from Brown County Regional Sewer District; council appointments to boards and commissions; INDOT conflict of interest policy; regular reports; outstanding check listings; memorandum of understanding with county for services; opening of service contract bids; ticket deferral and enforcement update; and other business.
Cordry Sweetwater Volunteer Fire & Ambulance — 7 p.m., fire station, 101 Firehouse Road.
Saturday, Jan. 20
Cordry-Sweetwater Conservancy District Board of Directors — 8:30 a.m., CSCD office, 8377 Cordry Drive, Nineveh. Special meeting to approve claims, voucher report and Resolution 2018-1 for encumbered funds.
Monday, Jan. 22
Alcoholic Beverage Commission — 11 a.m., Salmon Room, County Office Building. Agenda includes investigation of propriety of holding an alcoholic beverage permit by the following applicant: Brown County Playhouse, 70 S. Van Buren St., beer, wine and liquor catering hall license renewal.
Brown County Election Board — 2 p.m., Salmon Room, County Office Building, 201 Locust Lane.
Nashville Metropolitan Police Merit Commission — 3 p.m., Town Police Department, 200 Hawthorne Drive. Agenda includes election of merit commissioners, officer contracts, and other business.
Brown County Council — 6:30 p.m., County Office Building. Agenda includes election of officers; broadband initiative; appointments to PTABOA and redevelopment commission; sheriff commissary report; money transfers concerning public defender and court-related funds; auditor report; and other business.
Tuesday, Jan. 23
Brown County Area Plan Commission — 6 p.m., Salmon Room, County Office Building. Agenda includes Deborah Herring requesting a rezone of 188 S. Jefferson St. from RB to B1; Tricia Dishman requesting a rezone of 2450 State Road 46 East in Washington Township from R1 and FW to B2 and FW; and other business. To be followed by a work session on the zoning ordinance, focusing on development standards and tiny homes.
Wednesday, Jan. 24
Brown County Parks & Recreation Board — 5:15 p.m., parks and rec office, 1001 Deer Run Lane.
Brown County Board of Zoning Appeals — 6 p.m., Salmon Room, County Office Building. Agenda includes Brent and Debie Seifert requesting a side setback variance at 6539 Robin Drive in Hamblen Township; Jeff and Patricia Tracy requesting a special exception for a private recreational development at 5515 and 5525 State Road 46 East in Washington Township; Tonya Figg and Ted Deckard requesting a special exception to allow two additional guest rooms for the Allison House Bed and Breakfast at 90 S. Jefferson St. in Washington Township; and other business.
Van Buren Township Advisory Board — 6:30 p.m., 4748 Christianburg Road. Agenda includes election of officers.