Osceola Board Takes Action on Various Items

January 20, 2020

By John Raffel

MARION — The Osceola County Board of Commissioners, at its meeting last week, voted to obtain sealed bids for the sale of the Animal Control 2000 Ford F-150 with a minimum bid of $500 as presented.

“It’s all rusty and not a four-wheel drive and just a two-wheel drive and has like 186,000 miles on it,” commission chirman Jack Nehmer of Marion said. “It was like, can we sell this? You know that down the road soon, it will need repairs.”

The board approved the equalization State of Michigan serial imagery exchange for Local Data agreement.

“About 10 years ago, we did that same thing with the state, only then it cost us a good hunk of money, around $16,000,” Nehmer said. “This time around, they’re willing to do that at no cost if we will interchange with the information. This time it won’t cost us anything if we’re going to be able to share.”

The commissioners approved the tax deferment for elderly, disabled, etc. resolution, the Depository Resolution for the county for 2020 and the Osceola County Investment Policy for 2020.

The board also approved the MIDC fiscal year 20-20 grant.

“Now that it is available, we can apply for it,” Nehmer said.

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