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Stackhouse Resigns From CED4 Board

 

By SUZIE CAMPBELL

The Pottawatomie County Board of County Commissioners held a short special meeting Monday, April 29, at the County Commissioner’s building to finalize a few financial items and look into the pros and cons of continued membership with Circuit Engineering District 4 (CED4).

The board accepted the resignation of Eddie Stackhouse from the CED4 board. Commissioners then discussed whether to continue their membership with CED4. The lengthy discussion indicated there is some long-standing dissension on the CED4 board.

The commissioners eventually agreed to take no action regarding membership at this time. The item will be placed back on the agenda in July when the current membership is up for renewal.

Dist. 2 Commissioner Randy Thomas was appointed as representative on the CED4 board.

The board approved the lease agreement between Pottawatomie County Dist. 3 and CL Boyd and Company for three JD672G 2019 graders. Dist. 3 will lease the graders for three years at $2,701.92 per month with the option to renew at the end of the lease.

Dist. 1 received approval for the purchase of a double drum asphalt compactor from Warren Cat for District 1 through Sourcewell at a cost of $81,130. The addition of a 500-hour/12 month warranty was also approved at a cost of $1,190.

The board will hold its next regularly scheduled meeting May 6 at 1 pm in the courthouse.

 

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