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Wednesday, October 6, 2021

Crawford County Supervisors discuss potential plans for equipment, personnel

The Crawford County Board of Supervisors discussed personnel changes in response to a pending retirement in the Treasurer's Office during their weekly meeting on Tuesday.

County Treasurer Sheri Neddermeyer told the board she hopes to hire at least one part-time employee as soon as possible to train with Deputy Treasurer Barb Ruser. That part-time hire could become full-time after Ruser's retirement effective December 31. They also talked about possibly hiring an additional part-time employee to help with the existing and future workload.

County Engineer Paul Assman brought in a representative from Ziegler Caterpillar to discuss how supply chain disruption could affect the possible purchase of a new road grader. The new machine could arrive as late as next summer or early spring 2023 on top of parts shortages the industry is already dealing with.

The supervisors did approve purchasing 25,000 tons of maintenance gravel at $8.25 per ton from the Hallett Materials pit near Anthon. Assman says that the order will provide what they expect to need for the new fiscal year without emptying the stockpiles they already have.

The board also approved a 28E agreement with Elderbridge Agency on Aging along with quarterly reports from the sheriff and recorder.

You can find full supervisor meeting agendas and minutes here.

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