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Davison Co. board to hear quarterly nurse report

Repairs, reports and policy manual changes fill the Davison County Commission's Tuesday agenda. At its regular 9 a.m. Tuesday meeting at the Davison County North Offices, the five-person board will hear a quarterly report from the community healt...

Davison County North Offices. (Republic file photo)
Davison County North Offices. (Republic file photo)

Repairs, reports and policy manual changes fill the Davison County Commission's Tuesday agenda.

At its regular 9 a.m. Tuesday meeting at the Davison County North Offices, the five-person board will hear a quarterly report from the community health nurse, consider repairs at the Public Safety Center and consider changes to the employee policy manual.

The meeting will be held at 1420 N. Main St. in Mitchell.

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, consider approving minutes from the previous meeting and hear both citizen input and board reports.

• 9:15 a.m.: Hold a supplemental budget hearing regarding the highway department.

• 9:30 a.m.: Meet with the community health nurse to hear a quarterly report.

• 9:45 a.m.: Meet with Director of Physical Plants Mark Ruml regarding chiller repairs at the Public Safety Center.

• 10 a.m.: Meet with Emergency Management Administrator Jeff Bathke regarding employee policy manual changes.

• 10:15 a.m.: Consider miscellaneous motions brought to the board. The board will also consider approving bills and timesheets.

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