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Meeting - Douglas County Commissioners July 28

DOUGLAS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS REGULAR MEETING JULY 28 9:00 a.m. Call to order, approve agenda, approve minutes from July 6 and 14 9:00 a.m. Tom Reddick, auditor/treasurer 1. Bills 2. Liquor license 9:05 a.m. Dawn Crouse, recorder 1. Annual complia...

DOUGLAS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

REGULAR MEETING

JULY 28

9:00 a.m. Call to order, approve agenda, approve minutes from July 6 and 14

9:00 a.m. Tom Reddick, auditor/treasurer

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1. Bills

2. Liquor license

9:05 a.m. Dawn Crouse, recorder

1. Annual compliance report

9:10 a.m. Mike Woods, Social Services director

1. Request authorization to submit fraud investigator PDQ for evaluation

9:15 a.m. Sandy Tubbs, Public Health director

1. Consider, approve purchase of administrative service agreement with STG Public Health

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2. Authorize filling assistance director position

3. Establish salary for director and assistant director positions

4. Authorize filling program coordinator position

5. Consider, approve home and community based services contract for FY 2009

6. Consider, approve 2009-2010 school health agreements

7. Approve year-to-date financial report; January-June 2009

8 Acknowledge payment of June 2009 bills

9:45 a.m. Dave Robley, Public Works director

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1. Award contract for SAP 21-609-09 (CSAH 9)

2. Road closure requests - Forada and Rose City

3. Through highway orders - CSAH 12 and CR 61

4. Central Lakes Trail management

10:00 a.m. Dave Rush, Land and Resource Management director

1. James Hjelm - Permit to allow a 295' tower and 12x20 shelter

2. Brandee Baumann - Permit for temporary dwelling

3. Philip and Sharon Magnuson - Permit to allow movement of 1,000 cubic yards of fill

4. Excavator and Landscaper License: Busy Bee Lawn Care, Alexandria

5. Contract with SEH - comprehensive guide plan

10:15 a.m. LEC discussion

10:30 a.m. Commissioner Bales

1. AMC budget suggestions

11:00 a.m. Budget discussion

Items from the floor.

Agenda as of July 22, subject to change.

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