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

March 4, 2019

COMMISSIONERS’ PROCEEDINGS
March 4, 2019
Commissioners Robert ‘Pits’ DeArmond, Scott Blain, and Bill Bullock, and Administrative Officer Angela Newell were present.
8:30 Pledge of Allegiance
Commissioner Bullock moved to approve Treasurer Cash Report for February 2019; Commissioner DeArmond seconded; motion carried.
Commissioner Bullock moved to approve District Court Report for February 2019; Commissioner DeArmond seconded; motion carried.
Commissioner Bullock moved to approve the Clerk and Recorder Monthly Deposit Reconciliation for February 2019; Commissioner DeArmond seconded; motion carried.
9:00 Interstate Engineering Regional VP Brent Moore met with Commissioners regarding the Task Order for Capital Improvement Planning (CIP). Brent noted the Renewable Resource Grant and Loan (RRGL) application has been submitted, which would provide an additional $5,000 in funding for the CIP. Brent reviewed recommended software for the creation of the CIP; he believes the software will be critical in keeping the plan up to date going forward. Commissioner Bullock moved to approve Task Order No. 3 with Interstate Engineering for the creation of a County Capital Improvement Plan; Commissioner DeArmond seconded; motion carried.
Commissioner DeArmond noted he had discussed bus programs in other Montana Counties with their Commissioners. Rosebud County’s service is run though the Senior Center and medical center not the County. This service only provides transportation for medical appointments. Powder River County’s service is 80% funded by a federal grant and services are primarily for getting people to and from doctors’ appointments.
10:00 Sanitarian in Training Cortney Lynde met with Commissioners for update. She has been in touch with the training coordinator with the State Dept. of Environmental Quality. There are some funds available for her to shadow other sanitarians and to help cover costs of Cortney attending the Sanitarian Conference in Butte in April. Cortney noted she has been doing a lot of studying. Received first septic application. Will be getting more info from State regarding funding resources for training. Did first inspection at Carbon Fork. Discussed Tomahawk Restaurant; Commissioner DeArmond believes they may still be serving food.
10:30 Commissioner Bullock moved to approved employee time from February 17 – March 2, 2019; Commissioner DeArmond seconded; motion carried.

12:00 Adjourned