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~eamer Klver ~Ulletln vveanesaay, JUly z~, zg 14 ~ Debra Moore in the Graeagle area, the.working at the pace they have Staff Writer county road department is for five days can result in dmoore@plumasnews.com hiring a road maintenance draining their energy," Smart worker. The position is wrote in a memo to the board. Daniel Prince is no longer already allocated and funded "They state that given the acting the part -- he is the in the department's 2014-15 need to recharge, they often county's new chief probation BOARD OF budget, don't have time to take care of officer. SUPERVISORS routine household The supervisors voted I: OUNDUP New hours . managem, ent responsibilities unanimously July 15 to offer Several employees in the in the course of a two-day him the position based on the Prince succeeded Doug department of social services weekend. Having the third recommendation of the Carver, who had served in the will be working four 10-hour day could provide them with interview committee, whichposition since June 2013.days instead of a traditional the time to both recharge and consisted of Judge Janet Carver, a retired chief schedule of five eight-hour to take care of household Hilde, retired Chief Probation PrObation officer, couldn't days. responsibilities." Officer Terry Lee and Human remain with Plumas CountyDirector Elliott Smart made Smart requested that the Resources Director Gayla because his public service the request on behalf of his new schedule be adopted on a Trumbo. retirement limited the hours staff, who have been handling trial basis and if it isn't Prince, formerly a he could work. record numbers of successful, then the superintendent for the Carver had taken over theapplications and cases department will revert to the Nevada County Juvenile Hall, department following the long- because of the still-weak old schedule. The department has served as the acting chief term leave of Sharon Reinert. economy, as well as the will remain open full time to probation officer in Plumas ramifications of the the public. County since the end of Road crew Affordable Care Act. The item had been placed January. Following two promotions "Staff has stated that on the consent agenda, but Sherrie Thrall asked that it be pulled off and discussed. She wanted to ensure that it would only be a trial basis. "It's a priority to have staff available," Thrall said. The supervisors voted unanimously to allow the new schedule as requested. Management council Dony Sawchuk, the county's director of facilities and airports, updated the supervisors on the most recent management council meeting. Fourteen of 25 department heads attended the July meeting, where the focus was on safety. A representative from the county's insurance carrier addressed "the importance of creating a culture of safety." Sawchuk said that the county's claims are trending down, which means that there is more money to serve the public. He discussed the development of training materials for new department heads, which can also be used as a resource by other county officials. Management Council is also developing a mission statement. For all your construction needs Give us a call today: (530) 283-2035 General Buildng Contractor Calif. 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