The Winona County Board of Commissioners Tuesday will continue its discussions on what to do with leftover funds the county received for the 2007 flood repairs.
Leftover reimbursements were transferred to the Capital Improvement Fund and the county'staff wants more direction and how they should be used.
Also on the board's agenda will be a decision on how to replace County Auditor-Treasurer Sue Rivers who will retire at the end of November. River's term expires in 2015.
The board will be asked to approve an increased funding allocation to the county's Soil and Water Conservation District and will be asked to write off a nearly 21-thousand dollar loan from the County Economic Development Authority to a business that has gone bankrupt.
The meeting Tuesday will be at the County Government Center at 9:00 a.m.