Commissioners to have relatively light agenda

YORK – When the York County Commissioners meet in regular session Tuesday, Oct. 31, they will have a relatively light agenda, at least compared to the agendas they’ve had the last few months.

They will designate a commissioner as the person authorized to vote at the Nebraska Association of County Officials conference.

They will also consider the annual certification of the county’s highway superintendent for the purpose of receiving incentive payment.

They will also re-visit the matter of appointing Luke Gruber to the county’s planning and zoning committee. This was continued from their last meeting as some raised conflict of interest questions based on Gruber’s employment.

The public is always encouraged to attend the meeting, which will begin at 8:30 a.m., in the commissioners’ meeting room, which is located next to the clerk’s office on the main floor of the courthouse.

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