The county supervisors on Tuesday will discuss a publication fee for a technical paper on a Golden Shores roundabout.
The board will discuss approving a $300 publication fee for public works director Steve Latoski’s published technical paper on a roundabout in Golden Shores that would secure about
$2 million in federal funding.
In other action, the supervisors will ask to support a U.S. House bill, the Historic Routes Preservation Act. The act deals with county roads that cross on federal land. The act exempts designated wildness areas, parks of the park system, military bases and tribal reservations.
The supervisors will discuss changes to an agreement with Dot Foods Inc. which includes its corporate restructuring.
The board will meet in executive session to discuss the county’s zoning ordinance concerning residential animal permits.
The supervisors will look to accept the resignation of Karen Flenniken from the county library district citizens advisory committee representing District 2 and appoint Julie Huelsbeck to the vacancy.
Also before the board is an auction of property at 420 Highway 66 in Kingman, which was appraised at $21,000. The county bought the property in 2005 for $150,000.
The board will be asked to approve the staffing restructure of the environmental quality and waste disposal division, including eliminating a civil engineer position. The annual salary savings would be $39,728, according to documents on the agenda item.
The board will hear two presentations on the Hualapai Basin groundwater conditions and the basin’s groundwater flow project north of Kingman.
The supervisors will meet at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at the county administration building at 700 W. Beale St. in Kingman..