“It’s not just for Wolf ….
“It’s not just for Wolf Point, we’re just the first ones to come with a MOU,” Dschaak said.
He added that the county would re-coup the money on the sale of the properties.
Commissioner Gordon Oelkers suggested that three or four work sessions take place before the item is placed on the agenda.
Oelkers said the MOU needs to be good for all the cities and the entire county.
The first work session was scheduled for 10 a.m. on Tuesday, July 25.
A motion to table the item and conduct the work session passed unanimously.