Three local councils will hold meetings on a busy Monday in Woodward.
The weekly meeting of Woodward County Commissioners includes a fairly routine agenda.
The commissioners meet at 10 a.m. at the courthouse.
Newly elected District 3 Commissioner Donny Thorn, who served in an interim position, will take the oath of office to kick off the meeting.
Possible discussions with county officers and the director of emergency management are also planned.
Commissioners will have a discussion with Erick Peoples of APS Fire Company regarding the fire panel for the courthouse.
In addition, the commissioners will appoint District 2’s seat to the fair’s board of directors and consider the allocation of the liquor tax.
Stewards will also consider changing the hours to open sealed bids from 10:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
The Woodward Board of Education has its monthly meeting at 6 p.m. Monday at the school administration office.
In addition to the Consent Agenda, Board members will review and vote on the National Board Certified Allocations of $5,000 for the 2021-22 school year.
The consent program includes reports and some line items.
Board members will hear and receive the auditor’s report for 2020-2021 and direct the superintendent to forward the received audit to the state board of education.
Student Citizen of the Year recognition and Superintendent Kyle Reynolds’ reports are also planned.
An executive session is scheduled to hear the report from district staff and discuss an ongoing lawsuit with council counsel.
Also Monday evening, the High Plains Technology Center Board of Trustees will hold its monthly meeting.
The meeting is at 5:30 p.m. in the school council room.
Board members will hear the presentation and vote to receive the Fiscal Year 2021 Adult and will also receive a report from the Superintendent.
An executive session is scheduled to discuss the rehiring of a number of assistant superintendents/directors for fiscal year 2023.
Also on the agenda, various charges and a report from the treasurer.