Madison County supervisors did not approve the monthly Road Department report on Monday after District 2 Supervisor Ronny Lott questioned nearly $12,000 worth of work labeled "Yard."

"I don't know what yard this refers to," Lott said at the meeting.

According to the report, there were 120.5 man hours and the total cost was $11,756.07.

He said he didn't want to approve the report because of the vague listing.

On Wednesday morning, Andrew Grant, Road Department business manager, said the yard in question referred to a county stockyard and the time was spent unloading materials such as pea gravel.

He said it just wasn't documented as well as it should have been.

In other business:

• The Madison County Citizens Service Agency presented a successful no-findings independent audit to supervisors.

Dr. Mary Sims-Johnson thanked the board and her staff for a great fiscal year. The agency helped 3,631 residents with energy assistance, provided 20,996 public transit trips, and supplied 4,640 meals to name a few.

• Approved appointment of Don Seagrove as commissioner for the Southwest Madison County Fire Protection District

• Authorized County Fire Coordinator to attend national conference in Las Vegas June 9-12

• Presented a county resolution to the Velma Jackson Boys Basketball team for winning back-to-back basketball state championships. County Engineer Rudy Warnock paid for a plaque to be made and Board Attorney Mike Espy treated the team to lunch at Penn's.

• Approved the Road Department to assist the city of Clanton with cleanup of I-55 and U.S. 51 corridors during April Cleanup Month

• Discussed Hart Road Bridge and Cane Creek Road Bridge projects

The next meeting of the Madison County supervisors is April 21 at 4:30 p.m.