The Webster County Board of Supervisors approved four action items on a sparse agenda at its regular meeting Tuesday.
The 10 a.m. meeting recessed until 10:45 a.m. at which point there was a discussion on the Urban Renewal Area and the Webster County Agricultural-Industrial Park. Tom Simmering, representing Simmering and Cory Inc., spoke. No action was taken.
During the meeting, the board approved:
According to County Engineer Randy Will, the soil at their research facility will not allow for a traditional septic system. There will be no cost to the county.
"I'm not a big fan," Will said. "But it was stressed to me that this was their final option."
The funding is for 2012, Will said. Approving the agreement will allow the county to obtain $1.2 million, and offset its costs. Will said the costs is estimated at $2.1 million.
"We're proposing to do something similar to what we did from P29 to Claire," he said.
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