The Board of Clearwater County Commissioners approved the holiday closure on Christmas Eve (Monday, Dec. 24). There will be no Commissioners’ Proceedings on that same day.

The Board approved and signed the 2018-2019 Clearwater County Annual Operating Plan for the Pine Marten Warming Hut between Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest, Clearwater County and Clearwater County Groomer Advisory Board.

Sheriff Chris Goetz met with the Board to give an update in the Sheriff Department.

There was a Planning & Zoning update with Bobbi Kaufman, her weekly report; P&Z Meeting Nov. 21, discussing the State of Idaho, Division of Building Safety regarding the Commercial Plan Review. Kaufman will be moving into her new office location on the main floor.

IT Assistant Jenne Jasper met with the Board to discuss her topics; Grangemont Weather Station and laptops.

The Board had a conference call at 11 a.m. to discuss the BGCM Railroad Project.

Cassie Bansemer and Dave Holland of the Clearwater County Road and Bridge Department reported on the road crew work. The Board approved to purchase the salt shed. Bansemer told the Board she advertised in the newspaper for a seasonal equipment operator.

Holland will be doing Road & Bridge Maintenance on the equipment.

Road & Bridge Rob Simon met with the Board to discuss the Local Strategic Initiatives Program.

The Board approved and signed expense and payroll claims.

There were two 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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