ON THE Agenda



When: Monday and Tuesday. Monday meeting will start at 9:30 a.m. Afternoon session begins at 1:45 p.m. Tuesday workshop will begin at 9 a.m.

Where: Walla Walla County Public Health and Legislative Building, 314 W. Main St.


2009 budget: Public hearing to consider amendments to 2009 budget. Action on item may follow.

2010 Budget: Continue public hearing on adoption of 2010 budget. Action on item may follow.

levies: Continue public hearings on 2010 property tax levies for current expense fund, road fund and emergency medical services. Action on items may follow.

fairgrounds: Execute agreement between county and state Department of Agriculture for $40,000 grant for electrical upgrade on county fairgrounds.

human services: Consider revised commercial and investment real estate purchase and sales agreement for Elks Building.

finance committee: Board to meet as county Finance Committee to consider adoption of revised county investment policy, approval of new broker and hear annual report by county investment consultant.


Workshop: Reports and miscellaneous business. No formal action to be taken.


When: Monday, 7 p.m.

Where: Weston Middle School, 205 E. Wallace.

AUDIT: Hear report on 2008-09 financial audit from Chris Cockburn.

PROJECT: Hear update on district’s Buildings Priority Maintenance List. The board worked on the list during its November work session.

HIRES: Consider a hire for Weston Middle School track coach and voluntary high school boys basketball coaches.

POLICIES: Hear first reading of board policies on staff health and safety; infection control; communicable disease; and Hepatitis B, blood-borne pathogens infection control.

MIDDLE: Consider request for seventh- and eighth-grade field trip by Weston Middle School science teacher Terrie Dennis.

OSBA: Consider resolution showing support for Oregon School Boards Association board of directors positions.


When: Monday, 7 p.m.

Where: Administration board room, 755 Maple St.

CONSENT: Consider any new hires or resignations and payment of bills and payroll.

REPORTS: Hear enrollment and financial status and review policy on graduation requirements.

WALLULA: Consider selling Wallula property and approving a property assessment.

POLICIES: Hear first reading of emergency-leave and jury-duty policies.


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