The LivCo BOC met 10/12/21.   Closed session was held to discuss Atty letter.  Resolutions were passed: 

1]  accept grant money for drug  rehab /vets/ mental health courts 

2]    purchase two vans for LETS saving money. 

3]  purchase a leased van in car pool 

4] sign a contract to deliver fire extinguisher/suppression/inspections for county    buildings   

5] approve snow plow contact for airport   

6] pay $175,000 EDC/ Spark contract with cancel anytime clause 

7]  vote to place Judy Williams and Joan Runyan on Board of Canvassers   

8]  Approve 2021 apportionment report.   

Broadband survey for any and all LivCo residents is at the County website, please complete it. 

Jay R Drick  aka  “Pick Drick”  Any one desiring an apportionment map for the 2022 election cycle and beyond  e mail me.

Commissioner Drick represents District 5, which includes all of Howell City, all of Cohoctah and Howell Townships.  Commissioner Drick began serving as County Commissioner on January 1, 2021 and previously served as County Commissioner from 2011-2012.

As a member of the Livingston County Board of Commissioners, Commissioner Drick serves as Chairman of the Public Safety and Infrastructure and Development Committee and is a member of the Finance Committee.  Commissioner Drick is also assigned to the City of Howell Capital Rate Improvement Board, Thompson Lake Improvement Board, Southeast Michigan Council of Governments, and the Michigan State University Extension Council.


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