Action from Tuesday’s Moffat County Commission meeting
At its regular meeting Tuesday, the Moffat County Commission:
• Approved, 3-0, a credit application between the Road and Bridge Department and FORCE America Credit.
• Approved, 3-0, a catering contract with R&R catering for the county employee Christmas party not to exceed $5,000.
• Approved, 3-0, a contract between the Moffat County Department of Social Services and the Moffat County School District for parenting programs through June 30, 2011, not to exceed $42,040.00.
• Approved, 3-0, a purchase of service contract for mental health services with Kari Billette, of Steamboat Springs, not to exceed $5,000 through May 31, 2011.
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• Approved, 3-0, to support the Moffat County United Way and participate in various employee incentives.
• Approved, 3-0, several three-year mineral leases with Bell Rock Holdings, LLC with an optional two-year extension with repayment of bonus totaling 1,760.93 acres and $396,209.25 for the county.
• Approved, 3-0, several three-year mineral leases with Bell Rock Holdings, LLC with an optional two-year extension with repayment of a bonus totaling 404.53 acres and $91,019.25 for the Museum of Northwest Colorado.
• Approved, 3-0, a right of way grant with the Bureau of Land Management for construction to County Road 92.
• Approved, 3-0, a memorandum of understanding with the 14th Judicial District Attorney’s office to have the Moffat County attorney handle legal representation for the Moffat County public trustee.
• Approved, 3-0, changes to Moffat County employees’ dental insurance plan.
• Approved, 3-0, to send a letter of support to LiveWell Colorado for a healthy eating and active living state grant program.
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