NOTICE: Letter to MDT regarding completion of Highway 212/310

April 22, 2019

COMMISSIONERS’ PROCEEDINGS
April 22, 2019
Commissioners Robert ‘Pits’ DeArmond, Scott Blain, and Bill Bullock, and Administrative Officer Angela Newell were present.
8:30 Pledge of Allegiance.
Chris and Joan Miller met with Commissioners for public comment period. The Millers have applied for a septic permit for a residential house and have been working through the process for a number of years. They with Sanitarian in Training Cortney Lynde regarding the review fees last week. Commissioners noted that as those fees have been charged to other applicants it would not be appropriate to waive them. Commissioner Blain agreed that it would be beneficial to residents to try and clarify the sanitary approval a septic permitting process.
9:00 Commissioner Bullock moved to designate earmarked alcohol Tax Money to the Journey Recovery – Satellite Office at 100%; Commissioner DeArmond seconded; motion carried.
9:45 Commissioner DeArmond moved to select the following plans for health insurance RM2000, RM3000, BP2000, HD4000, and HD6000 with Dental and Vision options; Commissioner Bullock seconded; motion carried.
11:00 Public Health Nurse Roberta Cady met with Commissioners regarding Public Health grants. She noted Public Health Emergency Preparedness and City Readiness Initiative grant is down by more than $8,000 over last year. Roberta noted the City Readiness potion of the grant is done in concurrence with RiverStone Health, but the state will no longer accept RiverStone’s documentation for Carbon County increasing the time commitment for reporting deliverables. Roberta noted the grant allocation formula is population based but the deliverable requirements are not less because of the lower population. Beartooth Billings Clinic is concerned that they will not be able to meet the deliverables with less resources.
12:00 Adjourned