Seward County Commission Very Productive

Steven Rains - August 19, 2019 6:53 pm

The Seward County Commission met last night and discussed several items on the agenda.

The consent agenda was approved 5-0

Carry over reimbursements for JCAPS FY2020 passed 5-0

The next scheduled meeting was moved to Sept 3.

Resolution 2019-5 new language was adopted 5-0

New executive director Eli Svaty was recognized and additional funding for startup of the Seward County Economic Development  Group was approved in the amount of $50,000

The board went into executive session four times to discuss various topics concerning Human  Resources.

 

 

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