Weeds Superintendent Denny Williams met with the Board of Clearwater County Commissioners at their March 4 meeting to give an update. He discussed the agenda for Clearwater Noxious Weed Clinic for Orofino and Lewiston on March 20 and 21.

The Board approved and signed the Letter of Support for Clearwater Jet Board Club-Clearwater River Rush Board Race.

The Board reviewed and approved the liquor license renewal for The Flame Bar.

The Board approved by consensus to sign a Certificate of Residency for attending a community college.

GIS Kim Burger met with the Board to introduce the LiDAR 2019 Collection project. The LiDAR can benefit the County in many projects. It would be a valuable resource for many applications – scientific, engineering, surveying, aerial imagery, flood plain, landslide, fire and many more areas that can use this data.

The Board approved the LiDAR 2019 Collection Project.

The Board approved and signed expense claims.

There was one executive session held to discuss indigents that are exempt from disclosure. Present were Chairman Rick Winkel and Commissioners John Smith and Mike Ryan.

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