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Chairman Dinning said Commissioners will talk to Economic Development Director Dennis Weed about the Foreign Trade Zone schedule of fees. Chairman Dinning said through the county monitoring is done and there is a contingency for spraying mosquitoes. a.m., Boundary Ambulance Service (BAS) Board Member Nancy Russell and BAS Chief Jeff Lindsey joined the meeting. a.m., Commissioner Kirby moved to adjourn as the Boundary County Ambulance Service District Governing Board and reconvene as the Boundary County Board of Commissioners. The local group will probably be asked to assist in all alternatives that are analyzed. Knauth said work of the subcommittees is not done yet, especially if they have to comment on scoping to voice support and bring the project forward. Perry asked what the anticipated time frame is and Mr. Knauth said another project is the Deer Creek project. a.m., Emergency Services Incident Commander Bob Graham and Director Dave Kramer joined the meeting to discuss Emergency Services. Kramer said with the upcoming changes he thought it was time to start a discussion as to what thoughts Commissioners might have pertaining to filling the Emergency Manager position and how that might look. Kramer said he has had discussion with the fire chiefs to see if they had any people to recommend and he wondered if Commissioners wanted to advertise, interview, etc., for this position.
Clerk Poston explained matters pertaining to the effects on reporting when the Legislative Service Office went into effect and she added that this district has been inactive for many years. Chairman Dinning mentioned the request for comment on the Forest Service’s Starry Goat Project. Commissioner Kirby moved to recess as the Boundary County Board of Commissioners and convene as the Boundary County Ambulance Service District Governing Board. Knauth and Chairman Dinning said they thought it was spring. The Forest Service still anticipates a decision this coming spring, and the first sale is this next summer with a second sale in the fall. The person who fills this position should be someone who works well with EMS, fire departments, etc.
Commissioners gave the opening invocation and said the Pledge of Allegiance. Those present talked about the condition of District Five Road with regard to drainage issues. Kimball said the grader is heading to Pine Island Road today. Road and Bridge will be fixing bad spots on Meadow Creek Road, Old Highway Two Loop, and Plantation Road using rock. Kimball spoke of mechanical work being done to Road and Bridge equipment. Kimball with two innovation award plaques they had received at an Idaho Association of Counties conference for Road and Bridge’s sandbag filler. Kimball that Breezy Way is not recognized by UPS and FED Ex and he asked if the road naming process starts with Road and Bridge or the county mapper. Kimball said the process starts with Road and Bridge so he will check their GIS information. Commissioner Pinkerton moved to authorize the Chairman to sign the Northern Lights Retirement Authorization form allowing Northern Lights to remove an old power pole and attached equipment from Boundary County property located next to the Boundary County landfill. Chairman Dinning mentioned that Judge Julian said it could be mounted upstairs in the court room, but that Commissioners’ should also give their approval.
Road and Bridge Department Superintendent Clint Kimball joined the meeting to give his department report. County resident Marty Martinez and Blue Sky Broadcasting Reporter Mike Brown joined the meeting at a.m. Commissioners will let Senior Conservation Officer Brian Johnson know that it is okay to mount the elk in the Courthouse.
a.m., Commissioners contacted County Civil Attorney Tevis Hull via telephone.