Johnson County Seeks CDL For New Roads Employee

TECUMSEH – Johnson County commissioners agreed Tuesday to fill an open position on the roads department and pursue a new skid loader.

Road superintendent Matt Schardt told commissioners he will inspect a loader offered by Case at Humboldt for $8,700 for 500 hours.

Schardt also asked commissioners about filling a position left vacant by the death of an employee.

Commissioners agreed to fill the position, but require the new employee to obtain a commercial driver’s license.
Sheriff Scott Walton presented a bid for pest control from a Sterling business.

Commissioners asked the sheriff to inquire about the Sterling company’s insurance, experience and list of references.

The county approved an amendment for child support enforcement services through the county attorney’s office.

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