Sigler named Missaukee 4-H coordinator

June 13, 2019

By John Raffel
Correspondent

LAKE CITY — The Missaukee County Board of Commissioners met a new county employee during its finance committee meeting on June 6.

Shar Spoelman, from MSU extension, was at the meeting to introduce the new 4-H coordinator Brandy Sigler to the committee.

Sigler said she’s ready to promote the 4-H program for youth in Missaukee County.

Commissioner Pam Niebrzydowski reported on her attendance at the Area Agency on Aging of Northwest Michigan. She pointed out the agency requires approval from each county for its multi-year plan before it’s submitted to the state.

She pointed out assurances language is being added to the plan and said she’s hoping the revised plan is available this week and can be acted on by the county board. The committee reviewed two proposed resolutions on changes to the sanitary code for District Health Department No. 1.

The first resolution calls for the removal of language on the inspection of body art establishments, which are no longer at the local level. The second resolution is a request from Kalkaska County to remove the county from the point of sale program for septic inspections.





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