Tuesday morning the Custer County Board of Supervisors met for a brief regular session before moving into closed session.
Unpaid distress warrants were stricken from the tax rolls at the request of the County Treasurer and County Attorney. The board also approved two applications to cross county right-of-way at the request of Highway Superintendent Chris Jacobsen.
After making some adjustments regarding the Natural Resource District and a few area fire departments, the board then set levies for Custer County’s fiscal year 2017-2018 (Resolution #40-2017).
The board took care of some housekeeping issues by signing a letter of reimbursement with Sequoia Consulting Group and approving the September monthly fee reports.
County Attorney Steve Bowers reported that Kayla Clark has passed her bar exam and has been taking on all of the deputy attorney tasks. The board approved the appointment of Kayla Clark as Deputy County Attorney.
The board then went into closed session to discuss pending litigation. Chairman Barry Fox told the media that no decisions would be made afterward.