The Board will present Employee Service awards and will hear an update on the Smart Beginnings program.
Treasurer, Scott Miller, will ask the Board to authorize a public hearing on a proposal to amend the County ordinances to allow a $10 lifetime dog license. The current one, two and three year individual dog licenses would be eliminated under the proposal. There would be no change in the rabies vaccination requirement and a current rabies certificate would continue to be required for the license to be valid.
The Board will also receive the County’s quarterly financial report from Finance Director, Jacob Sumner, and a final legislative update for the 2017 session of the General Assembly from County Attorney, Sterling Rives.