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County to consider highway load limits and jail contracts

The Davison County Commission meets again Tuesday to consider several items on behalf of the county. The commission will meet at 9 a.m. at the Davison County North Offices at 1420 N. Main Street. Highway Superintendent Rusty Weinberg will attend ...

The Davison County Commission meets again Tuesday to consider several items on behalf of the county.

The commission will meet at 9 a.m. at the Davison County North Offices at 1420 N. Main Street.

Highway Superintendent Rusty Weinberg will attend the weekly meeting to discuss spring load limit restrictions and the potential purchase of new fuel pumps and Corrections Administrator Don Radel will appear before the five-person board to discuss signing out of county jail contracts.

Other business

The commission will consider the following agenda items:

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9 a.m.: Call the meeting to order, conduct the Pledge of Allegiance, approve minutes and hear citizen input and board reports.

9:15 a.m.: Meet with Ramon Shultz, of Tech Solutions, regarding drop box training.

10:15 a.m.: Meet with Weinberg to accept the fuel quote, discuss purchasing new fuel pumps, discuss spring load limit restrictions and set a bid opening date.

10:45 a.m.: Meet with Radel regarding signing out of county jail contracts.

10:50 a.m.: Hold an executive session regarding personnel.

11:15 a.m.: Hear miscellaneous motions brought to the board and approve bills and timesheets.

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