O’Brien And Sioux County Boards Working On Agreement To Share Sioux Engineer
Date posted - March 7, 2012
O’Brien County engineer Steve Struble is resigning his post next month to take another job.
That leaves the engineer’s office in a bit of a pickle. They need a bonded engineer to sign off on documents certifying work on road projects in the county.
But a solution is being worked out. The O’Brien County Board of Supervisors is working out an agreement with the Sioux County Board of Supervisors to share the services of Sioux County Engineer Doug Julius.
County Attorneys Coleman McAllister and Michah Schreurs are working out the details of a 28E agreement.
Julius says he’ll help O’Brien County sign off on official documents, but he’s too busy to help with day-to-day duties.
The agreement will be presented to the Sioux County Board in two weeks.
By Scott Van Aartsen
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