CLEARWATER TRIBUNE HOME
AUGUST 12, 2010
Clearwater County Commissioners news
Open public meeting held to
recommendations from July 19 P&Z meeting
A Class S Subdivision Simple
Subdivision request by Donald Jacklin to divide
17.59 acres into 3 lots. Lot A 5.73 acres, Lot B 5.04 acres,
Lot C 6.82 acres. This property is located along
The staff verified compliance of documentation and fees were paid. The application included copies of the septic permits from the North Central District Heath Department. The lots have access off of Forest Service Roads Deadwood Ridge Connection (FS#5434) and Independence Road 10 (FS#74554) provide access to Lots A, B and C.
Each lot meets the minimum lot depth and width of 250 feet and the required lot area of five acres. The P&Z Commission recommends Board approval since it appears that the minimum requirements of the Clearwater County Ordinance governing subdivisions have been met.
The Board approved the Class S Simple Subdivision application by Donald
Jacklin, since it appears to meet the
A Conditional Use request by Ron Miller
to operate a marine service and repair business in an existing structure
accessory to his residence. This property is located at 47447 Highway 12,
Ms. Kaufman presented the staff findings. The staff verified compliance
of documentation and fees were paid. The site plan representing the layout of
the property and location to the
All health regulations and other State, County and Federal regulations are complaint. The applicant provided information to Andy Helkey of Public Health-Idaho North Central District concerning the waste water treatment and disposal system. The waste water will be contained in a pure-flow tank with a filter system for separating the oil and water. No waste water will be going into the ground.
The property has access off of Highway 12 with two access points. All other requirements appear to have been met and the P&Z Commission recommends Board approval of this request.
The Board approved the Conditional Use Permit application by Ron Miller
to operate a marine service and repair business from and accessory building to
his residence; since it appears to meet the
The Board reviewed and approved the WIF Grant Agreement Form for funding of the boat motor and out drive for the smaller Waterways’ boat. The new motor and out drive unit is being funded for the total cost of $19,613, with grant funds of $12,748.45 and match funds of $6,864.45.
The Cavendish Road Chip Seal project was completed this week. It lacked completing the front one mile on Friday; Poe Asphalt will finish this week.
Road Supervisor Simon ordered shoulder widening at MP 12.9 and MP 9; these projects were completed by the road department this week. The brushing is finished, but they moved back to Poor Man area to remove a wider swath of brush and trees in the right of way.
The County should get the chip sealing completed on
Biomass Utilization Feasibility
The Board interviewed Tetra Tech Bioenergy team for the Biomass Utilization Feasibility Study. Keith Henn, Project Manager introduced the members representing Tetra Tech; Charles Egigian-Nichols, Civil Engineer and Doug Herlocker, Environmental Assessments works in the Boise office. The group was joined by Chris St. Germaine and Loren Whitten-Kaboth, CCED, Mark Swayne and Bruce Hansen, Soil and Water Conservation Board.
The firm Tetra Tech has a proven track record in providing full service
capabilities required to execute project; evaluation of biomass, plan and
design; develop and build, operate and maintain. Tetra Tech has completed
numerous alternative energy feasibility studies for waste and
agriculture/forestry based systems. They have managed projects ranging from
small to large combined heat and power (
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.