The Carroll County Board of Supervisors are back to their regular schedule for next week’s meeting. The opening items of business are to review interfund transfers, approve payables and plats and receive a quarterly report from the Carroll County Recorder, Ashten Wittrock. At 10 a.m., the board will move into closed session to conduct union negotiations with the county’s employees. After finishing with those, they will return to open session to discuss leasing the county farm, preparations for the retirement of County Engineer, Dave Paulson, upcoming sewer work at the courthouse and Monday’s Carroll City Council meeting. The third reading of an ordinance that would remove parking spaces near the jail’s entry and exit will be reconsidered. It failed to pass the city council on a 3-3 tie vote due to concerns over the impact it would have on Main Street businesses. A possible solution to the parking issue, which would change the angle of spots on Main Street, has been proposed, and it is believed this will create a net gain of spots. The supervisors will finish with manure management annual updates and committee reports. The board will convene at 9 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 14 in the meeting room at the courthouse. The public is invited and encouraged to attend. The full agenda can be found included with this story on our website.