better,” Dschaak said. “We work ….
better,” Dschaak said. “We work better together than apart.”
Toavs noted, “It’s a move in the right direction for me.”
Macdonald voted to approve the MOU, but he said that he still has problems using county money for a city.
Resident Bill Juve said, “It’s about time something like this happens.”
Juve mentioned the health and welfare benefits for the Wolf Point community. He said it’s good for people throughout the county who visit Wolf Point.
“It’s something that really needs to be done,” Juve said.
Also doing the meeting, commissioners approved an agreement for the formation of a multi-county opioid abatement region to make decisions about funds through the opioid settlement. The region features 17 counties.
The group will have the responsibility to make decisions about planning, budgeting and disbursement of funds for projects that will equitably and appropriately serve the needs of the entire region.
Hired for the detention center were Donald Tomsic and Wade Hansen.
The resignation of Ryan Zimmerman from the sheriff’s office was accepted.