(Neb.)-Sheridan County Commissioners Discuss Roads, New Website
(SHERIDAN COUNTY)-Present at the Sheridan County commissioners’ meeting on Monday morning were chair Dan Kling, commissioners Jack Andersen and James Krotz,and county clerk Sindy Coburn.
Building superintendent Dwaine Sones met with the commissioners to review a list of maintenance projects and possible security improvements recommended by the Safety Committee.
Road superintendent Tom Kuester announced that he would like to prepare a request for bids on a new motor grader. The board encouraged him to proceed with the request.
Two employees of the assessor’s office appeared to discuss a possible wage increase. The commissioners reminded the employees that elected officials are responsible for setting wages within their offices, and the commissioners approve the overall budget for each office, out of which wages are set.
The commissioners amended the Checklist for Expense Reimbursement to provide for the reimbursement of meal expenses only for overnight trips when employees are on county business.
Commissioner Jack Andersen announced that the new county Website is now operational. It can be visited at http://www.sheridancountyne.com. The commissioners approved a motion to publish notice of board meetings on the website in addition to the newspaper of record.
Attorney Michael Varn presented a request for the subdivision of a small parcel of land owned by Frank Furguson in 32/42. The commissioners approved the request.
The board also voted to publish the general notice of the Sheridan County Black Tailed Prairie Dog Management Plan at their earliest opportunity.
The next regular meeting of the commissioners is scheduled for Monday, March 10th, starting at 9:00 a.m.
To view minutes of this and previous commissioner meetings, visit the office of the Sheridan county clerk or online at http://www.sheridancountyne.com/commissioners.
--Submitted by Commissioner James Krotz
All meetings of the Board of Commissioners are held in compliance with Nebraska Open Meetings Law.
Back to News
Printer Friendly Version
Send Story to a friend.