McCOOK, Nebraska -- The Red Willow County Commissioners will consider whether to pursue cooperation with the City of McCook on a new law enforcement facility at their regular meeting Monday.
While a joint law enforcement facility failed a test of the voters a few years ago, the city will soon ask voters to support a new fire hall, police station and administrative offices.
The commissioners are slated to consider the issue at 9:15 a.m. in the commissioners room at the courthouse.
Fifteen minutes later, the commissioner agenda includes a hearing on whether to sell or lease property at 524 Norris Ave. Some have speculated that the county purchased the property for a possible county jail, but commissioners won't confirm that idea. A date for bids on sale or lease of the property is on the agenda at 10:25 a.m.
Other items include a contract with the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Services and county employee health insurance.