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Adair Co. Fiscal Court 14 Feb 2017 - Personnel, Board Appointees

About: David Jennifer Blankenship. Wyatt Long. Mitzi Bault. Greg Caldwell.

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By Ed Waggener

The Adair Fiscal Court approved, Tue 14 Feb, in separate actions, personnel changes, and board members affecting solid waste, Parks & Rec, and the Adair 911 center:

Change of duties, title for David Smith

The court approved changes of duties for David Smith, now the manager of the Adair County Recycling Center, to be Adair County Solid Waste Coordinator. In the new job, Smith will spend most of his time conducting cleanups of the roads in the county, supervising inmates, and educating the public and students about the damage to the environment and economic development caused by littering.

Two Part time 911 employees
- Jennifer Blankenshop who will start 15 Feb 2017 and Wyatt Long who will start 02 Mar 2017, were hired as PT 911 Employees. Each will receive a starting salary of $9.60 per hour.

Two new Parks & Recreation Board Members

In separate, unanimous actions, the court approved Magistrate Greg Caldwell (District 6) and Mitzi Bault to serve on the Parks & Recreation Board.

Changes pay frequency for Tracy McCarol to bi-weekly
The court unanimously approved a request initiated by Treasurer Melinda Quinn to change the pay frequency of Emergency Management Officer Tracy McCarol to bi-weekly, from monthly. The change means the county will receive a 50% reimbursement, including payroll expenses, from an EMA program. The change will be effective next payroll, Treasurer Quinn noted.


This story was posted on 2017-02-15 09:26:53
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