|Tuesday, July 17, 2018, 09:00am
I. Call to Order
II. Pledge of Allegiance & Salute to State Flag
III. Approval of Work Session Agenda
The general purpose of the County Work Session is to inform the Grant County Board of Commissioners of the Agenda items that will be addressed at the next Regular Meeting, and for the Department Heads and other Elected Officials to communicate with the Commissioners in regard to matters in their respective departments. In accordance with Grant County Resolution No. 18-01, we welcome the public to attend the county Work Session; however, there will be no public input permitted at this meeting.
a. Update on Fire Conditions and Restrictions for Gila National Forest – Gabe Holguin
b. USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Wildlife Services
(APHIS-WS) Program Overview – Alan May, Brandon Jones, Ty Bays
c. Presentation Regarding Concerns with USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Wildlife Services (APHIS-WS) – Michelle Lute and Alysha Shaw with WildEarth Guardians
d. Presentation Concerning a Letter from Grant County Businesses Regarding Impacts of the Holloman F-16 Training in Grant County – Cissy McAndrew
e. Grant County Assessor Report – Raul Turrieta
VI. Review July 19, 2018, Regular Meeting Agenda
VII. County Reports
VIII. Commissioners’ Reports
IX. Executive Session in Accordance with NMSA 1978 10-15-1 (H)
f. Discussion of Disposal of Grant County Property including Gila Regional Medical Center - NMSA 1978 10-15-1 H (8)
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