Audrey Steiner met with the Board of Clearwater County Commissioners on Monday, Feb. 8, to discuss the Clearwater County Senior Citizens Inc. The Senior Meal Site provides two meals a week for individuals over 60 years of age within a 5-mile delivery radius of the center. The Center delivers 75 meals per week twice a week. The delivery drivers are on a voluntary basis. The Center also gives two $500 scholarships to graduating high school seniors, which at the time is not funded. COVID has majorly impacted their income.
Steiner is in the process of writing a grant application. She will be extremely grateful for any monetary help, including direction on COVID funds, a direct donation from Clearwater County or even individual donations.
The Board approved to donate to the Senior Meal Site.
The Board reviewed and approved the liquor license renewal for Orofino Yacht Club.
The Board approved and signed expense and payroll claims.
January 2020 expense claims were approved and ordered to be paid in the following amounts: Current Expense-$35,024.26; Road & Bridge-$78,226.07; Ambulance-$33,154.33; District Court-$415.51; Consolidated Elections-$99.70; Justice Fund-$49,148.45; Drug Court-$929.76; Interlock & Electronic Monitor-$0; Historical Society and Museum-$10,000; Health District-$16,702.50; Social Services-$40,450.58; Junior College Tuition-$200.00; Parks and Recreation-$78.33; Revaluation-$745.31; Enhanced 911-$2,446.28; Solid Waste-$20,132.38; Weeds-$799.64; Waterways-$1,005.59; Dent Bridge Trust Fund-$49.74; Insurance & Grants-$27,410.16; CPR Ambulance Trust-$150.00; Sex Offender-$320.00; DMV Trust-$2.79; Odyssey Court Trust-$6,692.37. Total expenses for January were $324,183.75.
There were five executive sessions held to discuss indigents and personnel that are exempt from disclosure. Present were Chairman Rick Winkel and Commissioners Mike Ryan and Vince Frazier.