The Forest Service is revising the Land Management Plans for the Nez Perce and Clearwater National Forests into one plan, in accordance with the 2012 National Forest System Land Management Planning Rule.

The purpose of this agreement is to define the relationship and duties of the Forest Service and the County, as a Cooperating Agency.

Clerk Carrie Bird met with the Board to discuss the IAC Unemployment Fund.

The Board approved and signed the IAC Unemployment Fund.

The Board approved the Draft Cooperating Agency Agreement between the County of Clearwater and the USDA, Forest Service, Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest.

Partnership Specialist Melinda Thorp met with the Board to give an update on 2020 Census.

The Board approved and signed expense claims.

Salary claims for the period of 5/19/19-6/15/19 were approved and paid in the following amounts: Current Expense-$78,192.60; Road and Bridge-$31,370.32; Ambulance-$19,357.52.

Consolidated Elections-$2,795.11; Court-$12,986.88. Justice Sheriff-$72,141.28; Justice Jail-$27,470.09; Justice Prosecuting Attorney-$19,072.57; Drug Court-$2,461.34; Social Services-$3,131.20; Parks & Rec Maintenance-$416.16; Revaluation-$7,574.43; E-911-$3,328.00; Solid Waste-$16,636.35; Solid Waste-Timberline-$3,906.14; Weed Control-$4,401.36; Waterways-$7,078.88; Disaster 17-$4,166.34. Total payroll expenses were $316,486.57.

There were two executive sessions held to discuss indigents and personnel that are exempt from disclosure. Present were Chairman Rick Winkel and Commissioners John Smith and Mike Ryan.

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