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Overtime pay to be discussed by Davison Co. board

The Davison County Commission intends to discuss overtime pay with the county sheriff's department during its Tuesday meeting. The meeting begins at 9 a.m. at the Davison County North Offices in Mitchell (1420 N. Main St.). The commission did not...

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

The Davison County Commission intends to discuss overtime pay with the county sheriff's department during its Tuesday meeting.

The meeting begins at 9 a.m. at the Davison County North Offices in Mitchell (1420 N. Main St.). The commission did not meet last week due to a lack of agenda items.

The meeting agenda includes the following items:

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

• 9:15 a.m. Consider additional tax appeals.

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• 9:30 a.m.: Meet with Gail Hahne, of Purr 'N Ruff Rescue, regarding county animal intakes and pet pantry.

• 10 a.m.: Meet with Tech Solutions' Ramon Shultz regarding the county phone system, training, audio/video bid and fax technology.

• 11 a.m.: Hold an executive session with Veterans Service Officer Craig Bennett regarding personnel.

• 11:30 a.m.: Meet with Sheriff Steve Brink and Chief Deputy Steve Harr regarding overtime hours.

• Noon: Hold an executive session regarding personnel.

• 12:05 p.m.: Consider the following miscellaneous motions brought to the board: approve bills and timesheets, approve an auto supplement for emergency management, lien compromises and abatements, adopt resolution and sign letter to gift property to Stepping Stones, approve new hire and rate for the county nurse's office.

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