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Clark County

April 29, 2013

Landfill bond moves forward in Clark County

$9M bond to be issued by late-June



The first payment on the seven-year contract with Southeast Equipment will be made in 2014, Coffman said. 



After 38 years and two months serving as the county engineer, Hyun Lee is retiring. The commissioners voted to dissolve the contract of Lee, but said they expect County Engineer Brian Dixon to call upon Lee’s knowledge from time to time. 

“His memory of roads and bridges in Clark County is second to none,” Perkins said. 



The commissioners voted to renew a government consulting services contract with former DLGF employee Dan Eggerman. Eggerman will make $30,000 a year plus mileage. Eggerman provides the county with assistance on budgeting issues and concerns.

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