The Henry County Supervisors met yesterday morning for their regular meeting. Engineer Bill Belzer gave an update on secondary roads in the county. The supervisors also received an update on the Red Flag Horseless Carriage Tour that starts its inaugural run next year. The supervisors also went over the RFD Solid Waste request for proposals. Lynn Whaley was on hand to go assist with the discussions. Whaley’s company Wemiga, was awarded the temporary contract with the county. In the open forum part of the meeting, Barry Lyons addressed the board regarding his property at Oakland Mills. He had come to a meeting previously to discuss persons and vehicles entering and damaging his property. The supervisors had asked a surveyor to go over the property lines. Lyons had questions regarding how many people and what times they were on the property. The supervisors needed more information so the item was added to the agenda for Thursday’s meeting.