WALLA WALLA COUNTY
When: Monday and Tuesday. Monday meeting starts at 9:30 a.m. and recesses at noon. Afternoon session begins at 1:30 p.m.. Tuesday workshop begins at 9 a.m.
Where: Walla Walla County Public Health and Legislative Building, 314 W. Main St.
911 system: Resolution to waive competitive bidding requirements pursuant to an emergency declaration regarding repairs to the county's emergency radio system.
public health: Approve application for funds from Yancy P. Winans Community Grant. Also approve county Health Department's 2011 annual report.
court services: Approve contract with Columbia County for juvenile detention services.
applicants: Interview applicants for opening on the Walla Walla County Rural Library District Board of Trustees. Executive session on personnel may follow.
When: 7 p.m. Monday.
Where: College Place City Hall, 625 S. College Ave.
school bond: Public hearing on proposed resolution in support of College Place School District capital improvements bond levy.
road project: Discussion on scope of work and if additional work will be included in bid specifications for Larch Avenue and Fourth Street overlay project. Authorize city administrator to utilize small works roster to obtain engineering services to prepare plans and bid documents and then advertise for bids.
grant: Authorize city administrator to apply for up to $3.5 million in grant funds from the federal Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery program for the College Avenue-Rose Street reconstruction project.
cars project: Approve resolution to declare city's intent to reimburse certain capital expenditures for the College Avenue-Rose Street reconstruction project with bond proceeds.
DIXIE SCHOOL BOARD
When: Monday, 6 p.m.
Where: Dixie School
REPORTS: Hear reports from superintendent and business manager.
PERSONNEL: Consider approving contract and annual evaluation of superintendent.
POLICIES: Consider approving policies related to board member resignation and vacancy, drug-free schools, staff participation in political activities, emergency and discretionary leave, family leave, staff development, safety, operations, and maintenance of school property, pesticide notification, construction design, contractor assurances, bonds and insurance, and charge cards. Hold first reading on policies related to conflicts of interest and second-class districts, and election activities.
CALENDAR: Consider approving calendar for 2012-2013 school year.
PLAYGROUND REVIEW: Discuss outcome of playground review by the district's insurance company and consider recommendations.
m-f city council
When: Monday 7 p.m.
Where: 8 S.W. Eighth Ave., Public Library Albee Room.
bus service: Review of fixed-route general ridership program and review and award of bid.
Electric service: Award contract for installation Demand Response Units in residences.
GARFIELD COUNTY COMMISSION
When: Monday 1 p.m.
Where: Courthouse, Pomeroy
PLANNING/INSPECTIONS: Discuss agreements with city of Pomeroy for participation in the planning and board of adjustment, and building inspection services.
CLINIC: Consider spay/neuter clinic at the Fairgrounds.
FORECLOSURE: Consider selling county tax foreclosure property.
LOAN: Consider whether to keep or repay the County Road loan.
EXTENSION: Update on appointment of new extension agent.
HEALTH: Leta Travis will report on the Safe School Grant.
ROAD DEPARTMENT: Hear maintenance and incident reports.
SALARY: Consider resolution to set salaries and wages.
PANIC BUTTONS: Consider bill from Fischer Systems for panic buttons.
ALTC: Consider approving agreement with Catholic Charities for Aging and Long Term Care.
ATHENA-WESTON SCHOOL BOARD
When: Monday, 7 p.m. An executive session at 6:30 p.m.
Where: Athena Elementary, 375 S. Fifth St.
MUSEUM: April 9 meeting to be held at Tamastslikt Cultural Institute.
TRACK: Update on track project from committee.
EVALUATION: Report from board chair on superintendent’s evaluation.
PERSONNEL: Consider any new hires or resignations.
STAFF: Recommendations on staff step increases.
CALENDAR: Consider adoption of 2012-13 academic calendar.
GRANTS: Consider accepting AWERE grants worth $95,525.29.
BUDGET: Review and consider adopting budget calendar.