CLINTON — One week after adjusting benefits offered as part of the Home Base Iowa program, the Clinton County Board Supervisors is set to vote on resolutions for three individuals to take advantage of an incentive offered as part of the program.
The resolution says the Board of Supervisors commits to the Home Base Iowa partnership by offering reimbursement of expenses up to $275 per visit, up to two times a year, for a veteran to interview with a business in Clinton County, and a one-time home purchase closing-cost reimbursement of up to $1,500 for a home located in Clinton County.
Clinton County last week officially removed the requirement of using a Clinton County banking institution and Clinton County attorney for the closing-cost reimbursement of a home purchase.
The Clinton County Board of Supervisors agenda lists Home Base Iowa awards for Brian Damm, Gregory Rosenberg and Joseph Hanson.
The agenda also includes discussion with possible action for repair and replacement options for the security X-ray system at the Clinton County Courthouse.
The Board of Supervisors will meet at 9 a.m. Tuesday.