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JULY 29, 2010

Clearwater County Commissioners news

Marine Deputy towed 13 boats on the reservoir Saturday

    Sheriff Goetz July 19 reported at the Board of County Commissioners meeting that the Marine Deputy towed 13 boats on the reservoir Saturday, due to engine problems. The Sheriff’s Department has hired a deputy for the Pierce Patrol position and that person is to be moved up shortly.

    The Board reviewed the request for Allocation of the 2010 SRS funds for schools and roads. The allocation of 14 percent for Title II funds and one percent to Title III funds is the suggested split of the total 15 percent to be received. The Board approved signing Resolution #10-07-10 designating the National Forest related Safety-Net Payments for the Secure Rural Schools and Community Self-Determination Act of 2000 re-authorization in FFY 2008-2010.

    Bobbi Kaufman gave a Planning and Zoning update. She will be attending two days free training for building officials in Lewiston on July 27-28.

    Clerk Carrie Bird presented a proposal to amend the Personnel Manual; Section 4, Page 28; Bereavement Leave. This was reviewed and the Board adopted the amendment to the Clearwater County Employee Handbook.

    Local Professional Services Agreement #7579 regarding the Cavendish Road was reviewed, approved, and signed by the Board.

    There were three executive sessions held to discuss personnel and indigent matters. Chairman Don Ebert, Commissioner John Allen and Commissioner Stan Leach were present for the meeting.