January 30, 2018
The Logan County Board of Commissioners (BOCC) made several appointments – as well as taking other action – in their regular meeting on January 30, 2018.
- Commissioner Byron Pelton will preside as chairman of the board in 2018, and Commissioner Dave Donaldson will serve as vice chairman. Other official appointments in the Courthouse include: Diana Korbe, administrative officer to the BOCC/Human Resources; Alan Samber, county attorney; Debbie Unrein, budget officer; John Haynie, veteran service officer; and Todd Thomas, fair manager. The commissioners were also appointed as representatives on various other boards.
- The BOCC approved an agreement with Scott Szabo of 304 Country Club Drive for use of the county right-of-way under Country Club Drive. The permit will allow Szabo to bore under the said road to install an underground pipeline, but it is not considered a conditional use permit for any water transmission.
- Bids received and opened for the purchase of several vehicles and pieces of equipment will be forwarded to the Road & Bridge Department for recommendation from Jeff Reeves, Logan County Road & Bridge manager.
- The F & H Parks and Recreation District (Fleming/Haxtun) received approval of their renewal application for a 3.2% beer license.
The Logan County Commissioners are seeking volunteer applicants for the following boards:
*Board of Adjustment
*Emergency Medical Services Council
*E911 Authority Board
*Lodging Tax Board
*Shooting Sports Board
*Logan County Fair Board
If you are a Logan County resident and interested in serving on one of these advisory boards, please complete an application available at the Commissioners’ Office, Logan County Courthouse, 315 Main Street, Sterling or call 522-0888. Applications are available here: https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/logan/news/volunteer-opportunities-0. Please return applications to the above address or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5:00 p.m., February 2, 2018.
Following their regular meeting, the BOCC met in executive session for discussion regarding a possible intergovernmental agreement with the City of Sterling pertaining to Sunset Memorial Gardens Cemetery.