County Manager position discussed at workshop

Published: Sunday, May 19, 2013 at 05:05 PM.

“Best thing to do is call a junk man to pick it up because it’s all scrap,” said Carter.

Gothard requested a workshop to be called to discuss updating the Policy Manual.

Goodman explained that there had been some delays in the updating due to the elections as well as revisions he was concerned with from a legal standpoint.

The board agreed to discuss updating the Policy Manual at the workshop they were holding on June 19, which was set to discuss the function and responsibility of Public Works.

Chairman Alan Bush request that the board consider putting a change in the policy to include budgeting for temporary pay increases for those who have to do additional work in a temporary position.

“I’m saying this because there had to be a temporary pay increase for (David) Corbin for the additional services he has taken on as our point of contact,” said Bush. “As of now there are no previsions in the policy for a temporary pay increase.”

Corbin was chosen by the board at the last BOCC meeting to serve as a “point of contact” between the board and the county employees while the county operates without a county administrator.

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