County to discuss cooperation for BP funds

Published: Wednesday, October 9, 2013 at 11:51 AM.

He also said there would be some expense in have to bypass the system to install it and for an override system to bypass it when an inmate was working on cleaning it each day.

“It’s a big and costly situation but so is stopping pumps with bed sheets and tennis shoes and when it stops we have overflow issues; we can’t have that,” said Commissioner Bill Parish. “I wish there was a simple and cheap way to fix this but that’s just not the case here.”

Knauer said he was going to move forward with asking the city for help probing for the depth and then bring a more accurate estimation to the board at the next meeting.

Board approved of Emergency Management Director Greg Barton’s request to hire Dakota Ward as the newest full time Emergency Management Technician.

Parish said that he was receiving complaints about a couple of waste management companies taking their trash home and storing it there and requested that at least those they hold contracts with stay within the land development code.

Goodman confirmed that they can require that compliance and agreed to send the waste management company a letter of compliance.

“I just recommend that if you hold one to certain standards that you remain consistent and require it of them all,” said Goodman.

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