Clare County Review & Marion Press

Missaukee board approves response plans

By John Raffel

MCBAIN – The Missaukee County Board of Commissioners, at its meeting last week, review and approved the proposed Covid-19 and Infectious Disease Response Plan.
Commissioners also approved the Agreement for Services with Alliance for Economic Success for $10,000 annually for three years, as outlined in the contract.
The board approved the Scope of Work Agreement with AES to
serve as the administrative liaison for two grants to fund construction of a Single-Track Bike Trail at the Cadillac Pathway in Missaukee and Wexford Counties.
Commissioners approved the waiving of the sealed competitive bidding as required by the County Purchasing Policy to allow the Building Department and Sheriff’s Department to move forward and enter into sole source one-time purchases for used vehicles. The final purchase required occurrence of the County Administrator and Chair or Vice-Chair of the Board of Commissioners.
Approval was given for the sale of the 2006 Chevrolet Silverado from the Building Department to the Recycling Center $4,800 to be paid from the Recycling Center Fund 230.
The board discussed the Prosecutor Office space, and recent change in rent amount requested from the Huntington National Bank. The Buildings and Grounds Committee met earlier today and made a
recommendation to consider approval of the purchase agreement for the purchase of a different property on Main Street in Lake City.
A letter of intent was approved to move forward with Huntington National Bank for the lease for the current Prosecuting Attorney Department office space.
Commissioners approved the purchase agreement for 133 S. Main St. Lake City.
The commissioners approved the 2022 Remonumentation Grant Application and authorized Clerk/Register Nielsen to sign as the grant administrator.

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