Political affiliation charter may be revisited

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By Jennifer Garcia

Tuesday night’s county council meeting was chock-full of discussion and little action. Designated as a work session, the meeting was held in the town hall in White Rock.

One of the topics discussed at the meeting dealt with concepts, plans and practices for integrated maintenance of county assets. Capital Projects and Facilities Director Anne Laurent gave councilors a brief presentation outlining the plan.

According to county documents, on May 14, the county administrator created a Maintenance Planning Working Group comprised of Janet Bettinger, Stephani Johnson, Anne Laurent, Steven Lynne and Kyle Zimmerman to work on a plan to improve county maintenance planning and processes.

The group has met twice to discuss what an integrated maintenance plan requires.

The document further states that integrated maintenance affects all county departments in charge of maintaining assets.

Four departments are currently responsible for the majority of the maintenance work: Capital Projects and Facilities, Community Services, Public Works and Utilities. Community Services, Information Technology and Public Works were also identified as maintaining assets and will be added to the discussion.

The group started by identifying how maintenance is currently planned and priorities within Facilities, Parks, Pavement and Traffic.

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