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County to consider passport photo service

Davison County may get into the passport photograph business. The Davison County Commission will hear a passport photograph research report from Treasurer Christie Gunkel at Tuesday's meeting at the county's north offices at 1420 N. Main Street. ...

Davison County may get into the passport photograph business.

The Davison County Commission will hear a passport photograph research report from Treasurer Christie Gunkel at Tuesday's meeting at the county's north offices at 1420 N. Main Street. The meeting will officially start at the Highland Conference Center at 8:30 a.m. to hear a discussion from Gov. Dennis Daugaard about his 2016 State of the State Address before returning to the Davison County North Offices.

Gunkel requested the purchase of passport photograph equipment at the Jan. 12 commission meeting to help eliminate color, size, position and glare issues some passport applicants had with their photographs taken by private businesses in Mitchell. At the last meeting, Gunkel was asked to establish potential costs to justify the county's expenses to purchase a camera and specialized passport photograph printer.

Agenda items

The commission will consider the following agenda items:

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• 8:30 a.m.: Call meeting to order.

• 11 a.m.: Approve minutes.

• 11:05 a.m.: Hear the quarterly nurse's report.

• 11:15 a.m.: Meet with Treasurer Christie Gunkel to discuss a probationary raise and hear a passport photograph research report.

• 11:30 a.m.: Meet with Corrections Administrator Don Radel regarding a 24/7 Program grant and approval of a new employee.

• 11:45 a.m.: Meet with Jim Radke to discuss an easement.

• 11:55 a.m.: Hear miscellaneous motions brought to the board and approve bills and timesheets.

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