Ambulance Director Darby Zick met with the Board of Clearwater County Commissioners to give an update on the Ambulance happenings at the Oct. 15 meeting. Zick will be attending the PRIMA conference this week in Coeur d’ Alene.

The prescribed burn project completed approximately 5,000 acres in the Barnard Junction and Moose-Kelly project areas.

The Board held a public bid opening for Huckleberry Butte Bridge. The bids were taken under advisement.

Planning & Zoning update with Bobbi Kaufman. The upcoming P&Z hearings will be Nov. 21 and Dec 19.

North Fork Ranger District Andrew Skowlund met with the Board to give an update. He discussed the current logging activity on Lower Orogrande Stew and Preacher Dewey Stew. Skowlund reported that 1500 loads of logs were harvested in September 2018.

There were nine campsites that were blocked off for the N.W. Riperian site repair project. The Commissioners understand why some sensitive places are blocked off but asked that more camping opportunities be developed elsewhere.

IT Administrator Danny Santiago and IT Assistant Jenne Jasper gave an update on the happenings. 

The Board approved and signed expense claims.

There were three executive sessions held to discuss indigents and personnel that are exempt from disclosure. Present were Chairman Don Ebert and Commissioners John Smith and Rick Winkel.

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