Red Willow County commissioners will continue discussion of county court office security and County Road 713 at their weekly meeting Monday, scheduled to begin at 9 a.m., in the commissioners' room on the third floor of the courthouse in McCook.
County Judge Anne Paine requested security measures be implemented in her outer offices, during the commissioners' meeting March 9. Commissioners toured the offices and asked building maintenance supervisor Greg Holthus to check into the possibility of and cost of retrofitting security windows and/or installing a new counter area.
Last summer, Indianola-area neighbors Stan Quigley and Phil Bamesberger argued over a practically nonexistent county road and whose fence could go where. In August, commissioners declared an official right-of-way on the road and told Quigley and Bamesberger that each had to move his fence. Quigley will come before commissioners at 9:30 a.m., Monday, to discuss the removal of his fence.
Other items on the agenda include receiving letters from taxpayers requesting repayment of illegal taxes based upon the unconstitutionality of taxes assessed under the authority of LB 701, at 9:15 a.m.; and discussion of county employees' health insurance plan and county property, casualty and worker's compensation insurance, at 11 a.m.