An entranceway to a facility near Belvue created some discussion at Monday’s Pottawatomie County Commission meeting, with County Public Works Project coordinator Janell Ralph addressing commissioners. Commissioner Stan Hartwich spoke to the 60 feet needed for semis. Commissioners finally agreed to the 60 feet proposal, with the cost going to the owners. The county does pick up a 75 dollar installation fee.
Toward the end of the meeting, Commissioner Pat Weixelman suggested more negotiations on the Jim Moore property across the street from the county building, formerly known as the Westmoreland Clinic and the group decided to have Administrator Robert Reece pursue the possible sale and come up with a price all could agree to. While the building could be used for storage, opinions differed on the value of the building. All seemed to agree the property might be nice to have though for future needs of Pottawatomie county.