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Meetings and Other Events
Board of County Commissioners
Monday, March 10
County Courthouse, St. Anthony
9:00 Elected Officials & Department Heads
10:10 Public Hearing to Adopt new Building Code
10:30 Sheri Poulsen Present 2013 Audit
10:50 Sheriff Len Humphries & I.T. Department RE: Safelink Rental Space on Cell Tower
11:10 Daniel Hidalgo/Idaho Art Lab RE: Program Updates
11:30 “ “ “ “
1:00 Social Services – Debbie Adams RE: Executive Session IC 67-2345(1)(d) – Closed Session
1:20 Planning and Building Administrator Tom Cluff RE: Department Report
1:40 Public Works Director Brandon Harris RE: Department Report
2:00 EMS Director Bob Foster/Executive Session IC 67-2345(1)(d) RE: Patient Billing Issues
3:40 Bills submitted for payment
Need to discuss
Review & Sign Contracts
Applications – Beer & Liquor and Jr. College
Minutes from previous meetings
The Fremont County Board of Commissioners proposes to adopt an ordinance entitled “Fremont County Building Codes Ordinance,” which is an ordinance repealing Fremont County Ordinance 2011-02; adopting the 2012 editions of the International Building Code and International Existing Building Code; adopting the 2009 International Residential Code and International Energy Conservation Code, as adopted by the State of Idaho or the Idaho Building Code Board, together with any amendments or revisions to the International Building Code made by the Idaho Building Code Board through the negotiated rulemaking process, and providing amendments thereto; providing severability; and providing an effective date of January 1, 2014. The proposed ordinance applies to the entire county.
The Fremont County Board of Commissioners will conduct a public hearing on this proposal at or about 10:10 AM, Monday, March 10th, 2014, at the Fremont County Courthouse, Commissioners’ Meeting Room, in St. Anthony, Idaho, located at 151 W. 1st North, St. Anthony, ID. (The Commissioners’ Meeting Room is located on the second floor and can be accessed by the elevator on the west side of the County Courthouse.) All are invited and encouraged to attend.
A full copy of the proposed ordinance is available for public review at the Fremont County Courthouse, Clerk’s Office, located at 151 W. 1st North, St. Anthony, Idaho, and open from 8 AM to 5 PM Monday through Friday, and online at www.co.fremont.id.us. Public comment is encouraged. Written comments will be accepted and considered if received in the Fremont County Clerk’s Office, 151 W. 1st North, St. Anthony, ID 83445, no later than eight (8) calendar days prior to the meeting.
Any person needing special accommodations to participate in the meeting should contact the Fremont County Clerk’s Office seven (7) days prior to the public hearing meeting.
ABBIE MACEFremont County Clerk to the Board
Written Comments Requested
Fremont County Parks and Recreation Dept. is seeking funding from the Idaho Dept. of Parks and Recreation for four projects aimed at the improvement of recreation opportunities within the county.
Funding for the proposed projects may be made available through user fees administered by IDPR.
As part of the application process, public comment is encouraged. Written comments will be accepted until December 21, 2014 via e-mail at: email@example.com. Or, mailed to: Fremont County Parks and Recreation, 125 N. Bridge Street, St. Anthony, ID 83445.
1) The purchase and installation of new plastic boat docks at Mill Creek Access on Island Park Reservoir. With gang plank, docks will measure approximately 6’ X 58’.
2) The purchase and installation of new plastic boat docks at Jim’s Dock on Ashton Reservoir. With gang plank, docks will measure approximately 6’ X 58’.
3) The purchase of a new trailer used for loading and relocating snowmobile trail grooming equipment.