Commissioners To Conduct Final Meeting On Administrator

Coos County Commissioners will conduct a final public meeting today to discuss options of putting out a measure to voters that would ask the public to vote on whether to hire a county administrator and increase the number of commissioners from three to five, and offer those commissioners a small monthly stipend. Comments from the public will be heard. At the conclusion of the meeting, commissioners will vote on the issues of adopting the ordinance and referring it to a vote of the electors of Coos County in November. This meeting will be held in the large conference room in the Owen Building in Coquille at 9am.

This entry was posted on Wednesday, August 15th, 2012 and is filed under Local News, State News.