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County to canvass primary ballots

The Davison County Commission will canvass primary election ballots at its next regular meeting. With the primary election taking place on Tuesday, the meeting has been pushed back to Thursday to canvass the ballots the same week as the election....

The Davison County Commission will canvass primary election ballots at its next regular meeting.

With the primary election taking place on Tuesday, the meeting has been pushed back to Thursday to canvass the ballots the same week as the election. If the meeting was not moved, the board would have to wait until June 14 to canvass the ballots.

The five-person board will meet a 9 a.m. at the Davison County North Offices on 1420 N. Main St.

Prior to canvassing, the commission consider appointing Carole Millan to the canvassing board.

Other business

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• Call the meeting to order, conduct the Pledge of Allegiance, approve minutes from the previous meeting, conduct citizen input and hear board reports.

• Consider appointing Carole Millan to the canvassing board and canvass ballots from primary election.

• Meet with Director of Equalization Kathy Goetsch and Highway Superintendent Rusty Weinberg to consider approving new hires.

• Hear miscellaneous motions brought to the board, approve bills and timesheets, acknowledge volunteers, hear the auditor's account with the treasurer, sign a co-op agreement with Planning & Zoning District III and consider an automatic supplement.

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