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County approves new vehicles for sheriff’s office PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 24 October 2013 10:27


• Leader & Times


The Seward County Commission meeting Monday evening approved all the items on the agenda unanimously.

Bids for Sheriff’s Office vehicles were opened in the County Clerk’s office at noon Friday, Oct. 11. Three bids were turned in for consideration.

“There are quite a variety of vehicles. I did that to confuse you,” Sheriff Bill McBride said.

“Did a good job,” the county’s legal advisor Dan Diepenbrock said, with a laugh.

Diepenbrock asked why the choice of Tahoes all of a sudden.

McBride explained, “Maintenance issues with trucks, heavier suspensions.”

The motion to purchase two Dodge chargers, two Dodge pickups for a difference of $78,184 and two Crown Victorias, one 2007 Ford F150 and one 2010 Ford F150 from Chrysler Corner to be traded in for the trade value amount of $23,600 passed 4-0, with commissioner Jim Rice absent.

The Conditional Use Application CU2013-03 was approved with a motion of 4-0.

The application was submitted by John and Teresa Stonestreet for 62-foot by 120-foot metal shop building for commercial/farm use.

The Sheriff Office and Health Dept. are currently in need of a new phone system, according to IT/County Wide.

The financial impact of $19,476 annually, assuming a $4,000 monthly to Zito.

The motion passed 4-0.

It was recommended by outside agency/administration to authorize the contract between Seward County and Hay, Rice and Associates not to exceed $37,500 to be paid out of the General Courthouse-Auditor line item for funding year 2014.

The motion passed 4-0.

There is a contract that was made and was entered Monday between Southwest Housing, LLC and Board of County Commissioners of Seward County.

The contract discussed covered the details of the selling and buying of real property at the price of $50,000.

The motion passed 4-0.

Lastly, there was an executive session regarding personnel matters.

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