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County Ambulance Service receives CARES Act funds

In their meeting April 20, Clearwater County Commissioners discussed funds received by Clearwater County Ambulance Service under the CARES Act Provider Relief Fund Payment with Director Darby Zick.

CCAS received $15,781.78. The funds were used to bring back and outfit an ambulance to use for calls related to transport of possible COVID-19 patients. Additional personal protective equipment and other supplies to reinforce cleanliness and sanitation already in place were also purchased.

Sheriff Chris Goetz provided a reported he will be hiring two new employees in his department.

Road and Bridge Supervisor Rudy Knapik and Foreman Jeff Fleming telephoned in to give an update. Road and Bridge crews are ditching and trying to stay ahead of weed spraying.

Expense and payroll claims were approved and signed.

There were three executive sessions held to discuss indigents and personnel that are exempt from disclosure. Present were Commissioners John Smith and Mike Ryan. Chairman Rick Winkel telephoned in.

Editor's note: This report is supplied and approved by the Clearwater County Commissioners and their staff.

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