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Fallon County Commission sets agenda for meeting on January 3, 2024

Fallon County, Montana – On Wednesday, January 3, 2024, the County Commission meeting in Fallon County is set to be very important one. The meeting, which starts at 9:30 AM, will cover about a lot of important problems for the county’s government and community services.

At the start of the day, there will be a time for public comment on both agenda and non-agenda items. This will give residents a chance to share their opinions and concerns. At 9:45 AM, there will be a meeting to talk about and make a decision on a contract problem involving System Administrator Josh Lewis and Contract IT Clint Townsend.

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At 10:00 AM, the Commission will consider adopting Resolution #1120, which proposes amendments to the employee per diem policy. Julie Straub, the Human Resources Manager (HRM), is scheduled to lead this segment.

Following this, at 10:15 AM, there will be a discussion regarding permission for leave without pay, involving Julie Straub, HRM, and Amanda Frickel, DES & 911 Coordinator. This segment underscores the Commission’s ongoing commitment to addressing employee welfare and administrative procedures.

An important subject on the Fallon County January 3 meeting agenda to take place at 10:30 a.m.

A significant item on the agenda, scheduled for 10:30 AM, is the discussion and decision on dissolving the Fallon County Ambulance Service Inc. 501c (3). Debbie Wyrick, Deputy Clerk & Recorder, and Brittany Renner, EMS Program Manager, will be steering this crucial topic.

The Commission will then move to adopt Resolution #1121 at 11:00 AM, which focuses on approving amended subdivision regulations. Forrest Sanderson, Contract Planner, will present this item.

After a noon recess, the meeting will resume at 1:15 PM with another public comment session. This will be followed at 1:30 PM by EMS updates from Brittany Renner, EMS Program Manager, which will include discussions on upcoming EMT classes.

The afternoon session will proceed with a decision regarding billing additional mills and a notice to taxpayers, led by Barb Ketterling, Treasurer/Assessor, and Julie Post, Deputy Treasurer/Assessor, at 2:15 PM.

At 2:45 PM, the Commission will delve into the FY25 salary work session. This critical financial discussion will involve Julie Straub, HRM; Debbie Wyrick, Deputy Clerk & Recorder; Christa Alford, Payroll Clerk; and Trenton Harbaugh, Sheriff.

The meeting will continue with SMART and EMEDA monthly updates presented by Vaughn Zenko, Executive Director, at 3:45 PM.

Finally, the day will conclude with a session on County Land Lease updates and decision-making at 4:30 PM, led by Debbie Wyrick, Deputy Clerk & Recorder.

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