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MAY 6, 2010
Clearwater County Commissioners news
Board discusses draft proposed
and opposed for
Neal Johnson provided an
update on legislative review that covers the
The rural emergency service providers are trying to educate the elected officials in the cities and counties on the impact the changes will make on the cost of providing services. The State wants to have jurisdiction over the existing ambulance districts and licensing for EMTs. There is opposition to the draft legislation and the local EMTs ask that the BOCC remain informed on the draft plan.
The BOCC approved and signed expense claims. Commissioners approved the motion to sign the Riverside CDBG Water Project pay request No. 7.
The Reimbursable Agreement No. DTFH70-10-E-00007 ID PFH CDP 67(2), for Grangemont Road Brush Removal was accepted, approved and signed by the Commissioners.
The BOCC approved the publication for Request for Proposals/ Qualifications for Feasibility Study for Biomass System Services.
The BOCC approved the
Treasurerís request for Cancellation of Apportionment of taxes for $317.80. They
also signed the Catering Permit for Tomís Tavern for a fundraising dinner to be
held at the
New address audit
The re-addressing is being
worked on for the
There will be an open house with the Western Federal Highways Administration on Wednesday, May 19 to review the Grangemont Road Project.
There were three executive sessions held to discuss personnel, contract negotiations and indigent matters. Present for the meeting was Chairman Don Ebert and Commissioner John Allen and Commissioner Stan Leach.