The Board of Clearwater County Commissioners went on record at their July 23 meeting in support of the Idaho Trappers Association proposal to expand Wolf Trapping.
Sheriff Goetz and Emergency Management Coordinator Don Gardner presented to the Board the Generator Maintenance Agreement with Cummins Sales and Service.
The Board approved and signed the Generator Maintenance Agreement.
Chris St. Germaine, Director of the Clearwater County Economic Development met with the Board to get a signature on the WDTF Community Micro-Grant Application. The grant will be for CNA training from the LCSC Workforce Training.
The Board approved and signed the WDTF Application.
The Board approved the motion to pass Resolution No. 18-07-10 to transfer funds to replace the Capital Trust Funds.
The Board approved and signed expense and payroll claims. The Board reviewed and approved the liquor license renewal for The Vug Restaurant and Bar.
Salary claims for the period of 6/16-6/30/2018-7/14/2018 were approved and paid in the following amounts: Current Expense-$74,887.26; Road and Bridge-$24,702.75; Ambulance-$17,130.87; Consolidated Elections-$0; Court-$12,664.11; Justice Sheriff-$69,161.10; Justice Jail-$20,450.02; Justice Prosecuting Attorney-$18,041.91; Drug Court-$2,099.31; Social Services-$2,995.20; Parks & Rec Maintenance-$734.58; Revaluation-$6,800.03; E-911-$0; Solid Waste-$12,317.25; Solid Waste-Timberline-$3,533.19; Weed Control-$4,234.92; Waterways-$7,393.80; Disaster 17-$14,787.16. Total payroll expenses were $291,933.46.
There were four 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.