Mental Health Disability Services Director Bobbie Wulf presented a revised agreement for the sharing of her position with Keokuk County to the Washington County Board of Supervisors yesterday morning. The revision maintains the 68 and 32-percent sharing but increases the amount of money that Keokuk County is responsible for to approximately $30,000 and does not include the full $20,000 raise for her for the dual role. Supervisor Jack Seward shared that he feels the split share agreement is justifiable and makes sense with state’s mandated spending per capita.
The supervisors agreed to have a work session Thursday at 4 p.m. to further discuss the agreement.
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