Moffat County Commissioners to consider requests to hire 5 personnel
CRAIG — The Moffat County Board of County Commissioners will consider requests to hire five personnel during its regular meeting, which was postponed to 8:30 a.m. Thursday, May 24.
Four of the positions to be discussed are in the Grounds and Building Department and include two part-time technicians, who would maintain Maybell Park; a temporary technician, who would maintain facilities at Sherman Youth Camp and Freeman Reservoir; and a full-time maintenance tech, who would maintain grounds and buildings across the county. The commissioners will also hear a request to hire a full-time heavy equipment operator in the Road and Bridge Department.
The commissioners are also set to discuss an employee wellness program.
Other items on the commissioners’ agenda include the following.
- At 9 a.m., the BOCC will conduct a public hearing regarding a public liquor license for the beer garden at Loudy-Simpson Park during the Whittle the Wood Rendevous.
- Commissioners will hear an update about the Museum of Northwest Colorado.
- The commissioners will consider approving a lease agreement with the option to purchase for the Memorial Hospital for warehouse and office space.
- The BOCC will sign resolutions for transfer and payment of payroll warrants and a resolution to void warrants in May.
- The BOCC will sign a memorandum of understanding with the Colorado Department of Human Services regarding the Colorado Works and Childcare Assistance Programs, as well as a contract with an individual for behavioral and mental health services in the Colorado Works program.
- The BOCC will sign two contracts for games and entertainment at the Moffat County Fair.
- Commissioners will consider a letter of support for the Luttrell Barn Cultural Center Foundation.
- The BOCC will sign a contract with a sub-contractor supplied by Colowyo Coal Mine for noxious weed control in the Axial Basin.
- The BOCC will sign an agreement with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment regarding the Moffat County Public Health Agency.
Lindsey Marlow grew up on the West Coast, but she’s no saltwater snob. That’s a good thing, because this month she started as program manager for Friends of the Yampa, becoming the organization’s first full-time staff member.