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Legals for September, 8 2023

| September 8, 2023 12:00 AM

NOTICE OF HEARING ON NAME CHANGE Case No. CV09-23-1258 IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR THE FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT FOR THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF BONNER IN RE: William David Phillips, A petition to change the name of William David Phillips, now residing in the City of Sandpoint, State of Idaho, has been filed in the District Court in Bonner County, Idaho. The name will change to William David DeLong. The Reason for the change in name is: Never knew father, and don’t want to carry down his name. A hearing on the petition is scheduled for 11:00 o’clock a.m. on 9/20/2023 at the Bonner County Courthouse. Objections may be filed by any person who can show the court a good reason against the name change. Date: August 14, 2023 /s/ Michael W. Rosedale CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT /s/ Brandy L. Steiger Deputy Clerk Legal# 5485 AD# 13078 August 18, 25, September 1, 8, 2023 _________________________

Notice of Public Hearing City of East Hope NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of East Hope, Idaho will hold a public hearing for consideration of a proposed amendment to the fiscal year 2023 budget by appropriating additional monies from Street Reserves and Water Reserves.  The hearing will be held at the East Hope City Hall, 110 School Road, East Hope, Idaho at 5:30 p.m., on September 12, 2023.   FUND NAME FY2021 FY2021 FY2022 FY2022 FY2023 FY2023 FY2023 ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL PROPOSED PROPOSED INCREASE OVER EXPENSE REVENUE EXPENSE REVENUE EXPENSE REVENUE ORIG. APPROP. STREET $ 75,651.75 $ 72,789.36 $ 186,462.44 $ 165,874.50 $ 110,735.00 $ 110,735.00 $ 131,000.00 WATER $ 171,108.99 $ 172,309.23 $ 174,155.95 $ 201,762.62 $ 246,677.00 $ 246,677.00 $ 11,000.00 At said hearing any person may appear and show cause, if any he has, why such proposed appropriations ordinance amendment should or should not be adopted.  City Hall is accessible to persons with disabilities.  Anyone desiring accommodations for disabilities related to the hearing, please contact City Hall, 208-264-5877 at least 48 hours prior to the public hearing. DATED this August 9, 2023. City Clerk:  Christy Franck Legal#5517 AD#13434 August 31, September 8, 2023

NOTICE OF HEARING ON NAME CHANGE Case No. CV09-23-1338 IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR THE FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT FOR THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF BONNER IN RE: Alize Isabella Kate Holbrook, A petition to change the name of Alize Isabella Kate Holbrook, now residing in the City of Sandpoint, State of Idaho, has been filed in the District Court in Bonner County, Idaho. The name will change to Alize Kate Cryar. The reason for the change in name is: my family uses the name Cryar. I desire to have the same last name. A hearing on the petition is scheduled for 11:00 o’clock a.m. on October 4, 2023 at the Bonner County Courthouse. Objections may be filed by any person who can show the court a good reason against the name change. Date: August 25, 2023 /s/Michael W. Rosedale CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT /s/Brandy L. Steiger Deputy Clerk Legal#5542 AD#13713 September 1, 8, 15, 22, 2023 _________________________

MINUTES FOR THE BONNER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS’ MEETING August 29, 2023 FACILITIES – Approved Resolution #2023-65, the transfer of a 2006 Chevy Silverado Pickup, VIN#1GCHK24U16E163354 from Facilities to the Sheriff’s Office. Commissioner Bradshaw seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. ROAD & BRIDGE –Approved the Road and Bridge Department soliciting a five-year lease agreement with UMPQUA Bank for the lease – purchase of seven (7) 2023 Cat 140 AWD Motor Graders. Financing will be provided for the sum of $359,000.00 at the 4.99% fixed rate for one (1) grader for a total of five years with an annual payment of $32,201.00 beginning in October of 2023. Six (6) graders will be financed for the amount of $2,154,000.00 for a total of five years with a 5.25% max interest rate with a floor of 4.69%. with annual payments of $198,332.01 beginning in June of 2024. The formal UMPQUA Bank financing agreement will be submitted to the BOCC Board for review and approval at a later date. Commissioner Bradshaw seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. Adopted the 2023 update to the Bonner County Transportation Plan and to allow the board to sign the document. Commissioner Bradshaw seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. Approved the Professional Services Agreement for development of Project Ky #23286 – Stop Control Intersections Safety Improvements. Commissioner Bradshaw seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT – Accepted the All-Hazard Mitigation Grant #23NONE017 in the amount of $38,881.08 with an in-kind match of $4,320.12 for a total award of $43,201.21 and allowed the chairman to sign. Commissioner Williams seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. Approved Resolution #2023-66 designating the Director of Emergency Management as the designated single point contact for this grant for Bonner County. Commissioner Bradshaw seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. BOCC – Approved Lakeland Joint School District #272 L2 Certification extension request. Commissioner Williams seconded the motion to advance for discussion. Discussion amongst the Board regarding levies for the school district. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Abstain, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. Commissioner Omodt recessed the meeting at 10:45 a.m. for 5 minutes. Commissioner Omodt reconvened the meeting at 10:53 a.m.  EXECUTIVE SESSION – At 10:53 a.m. Commissioner Bradshaw made a motion to go into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (B) Personnel. Commissioner Williams seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. Commissioner Omodt reconvened the meeting at 11:11 a.m. Commissioner Williams made a motion to proceed as discussed. Commissioner Bradshaw seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. Commissioner Omodt recessed the meeting at 11:12 a.m. for 5 minutes. Commissioner Omodt reconvened the meeting at 11:19 a.m. At 11:19 a.m. Commissioner Bradshaw made a motion to go into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (B) Personnel. Commissioner Williams seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. Commissioner Omodt reconvened the meeting at 11:31 a.m. Commissioner Williams made a motion to proceed as discussed regarding Juvenile Detention. Commissioner Bradshaw seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. At 11:31 a.m. Commissioner Williams chair and made a motion to go into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (B) Personnel. Commissioner Bradshaw seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. Commissioner Omodt reconvened the meeting at 12:08 p.m. Commissioner Williams made a motion to proceed as discussed regarding Road & Bridge. Commissioner Bradshaw seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. At 12:09 a.m. Commissioner Williams made a motion to go into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (B) Personnel. Commissioner Bradshaw seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. Commissioner Omodt reconvened the meeting at 12:30 p.m. Commissioner Omodt stepped down from the chair made a motion to proceed as discussed regarding Mid-Year COLA for Juvenile Detention, Justice Services, and the Bailiffs. Commissioner Williams seconded the motion to advance for discussion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – No, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. Commissioner Omodt recessed the meeting at 12:31 p.m. for 5 minutes. Commissioner Omodt reconvened the meeting at 12:34 p.m. At 12:34 a.m. Commissioner Williams made a motion to go into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (B) Personnel. Commissioner Bradshaw seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. Commissioner Omodt reconvened the meeting at 12:41 p.m. Commissioner Omodt adjourned the meeting at 12:41 p.m. ______________________ The following is a summary of the Board of County Commissioners Special Meetings, (including Tax Cancellations, Assistance Meetings/Admin and other) Executive Sessions, Emergency Meetings and Hearings held during the week of August 22, 2023 – August 28, 2023 Copies of the complete meeting minutes are available upon request. On Tuesday, August 22, 2023, an Executive Session was held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204 (2) and Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (F) Litigation. On Wednesday, August 23, 2023, Assistance was held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204 (2). On Wednesday, August 23, 2023, Tax Cancellations were held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204 (2). Approved: RP56N02W090201; RP537010060040; RP55N03W117202; Denied: RP60N05W245151  On Wednesday, August 23, 2023, a Planning Hearing was held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204 (2). Commissioner Bradshaw made a motion to reverse the hearing examiners decision and stated the reasoning. Commissioner Williams seconded the motion for the purposes of advancing for discussion. There was no further discussion. Roll Call Vote: Commissioner Omodt – No, Commissioner Williams – No, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion failed. Commissioner Williams made a motion to affirm the Hearing Examiner’s decision to deny this project FILE V0008-23, a reduced setback of 10’, where 25’ is required. Commissioner Omodt seconded the motion. Roll Call Vote: Commissioner Omodt – yes, Commissioner Williams – yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – No. The motion passed. Commissioner Williams made a motion to approve this project, FILE ZC0005-23, requesting a zone change from Rural-10 to Rural-5, finding that it is in accord with the general and specific objectives of the Bonner County Comprehensive Plan and Bonner County Revised Code as enumerated in the following conclusions of law, and based upon the evidence submitted up to the time the Staff Report was prepared and testimony received at this hearing. Commissioner Williams further moved to adopt the findings of fact and conclusions of law as set forth in the Staff Report (or as amended during the hearing) and direct planning staff to draft written findings and conclusions to reflect this motion, have Chairman sign, and transmit to all interested parties. This action does not result in the taking of private property. Commissioner Bradshaw stepped down from the chair and seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. Commissioner Omodt made a motion to approve an Ordinance of Bonner County, Idaho, the number to be assigned, citing its authority, and providing for the amendment of the Official Zoning Map of Bonner County by the reclassification of lands located in Section 6, Township 55 North, Range 5 West, Boise Meridian, Bonner County, Idaho from Rural-10 to Rural-5, and providing for an effective date. Commissioner Omodt further moved to authorize the Chair to sign the official supplementary zoning map upon publication of the ordinance. Commissioner Williams seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. Commissioner Williams made a motion to affirm the Planning staff’s administrative decision on this project File CC0002-23, noting that the parcel RP58N01W047650A described in Instrument #972065, Bonner County Records, as a 4.387-acre parcel did not result from a division of land complying with the applicable provisions of the Bonner County Revised Code in effect at the time the division occurred, therefore not existing as a single separate legal parcel of land for the purposes of regulating land use in Bonner County. The decision is based upon the evidence submitted up to the time the Staff Memo was prepared and testimony received at this meeting. This action does not result in the taking of private property. Commissioner Bradshaw seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. Note: The Board’s decision shall be final, and further recourse of the appellant shall be as provided by Idaho Code. On Thursday, August 24, 2023, an Executive Session was held pursuant to Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (D) Records Exempt & 74-206 (1) (B) Personnel On Thursday, August 24, 2023, a Special Meeting for the Risk Insurance Proposal was held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204 (4). Commissioner Williams made a motion to bind the insurance contract with Redman & Company Contract for October 1, 2023-September 30, 2024, Liability Insurance at the cost of $434,205. Commissioner Bradshaw seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Aye, Commissioner Williams – Aye, Commissioner Bradshaw – Aye. All in favor the motion passed. On Thursday, August 24, 2023, an Idaho Public Defense Commission Quarterly Update was held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204 (2). Legal#5559 AD#13944 September 8, 2023 _________________________

MINUTES FOR THE BONNER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS’ MEETING August 8, 2023 CLERK – Approved payment of the FY23 Claims: General Fund $60,968.53; Road & Bridge $1,226,244.39; Airport $1,711.03; Elections $1,988.41; Drug Court $227.55; District Court $27,181.50; 911 Fund $9,012.79; Revaluation $595.43; Solid Waste $79,931.45; Tort $3,040.32; Weeds $126.13; Parks & Rec $515.04; Justice Fund $57,549.39; Waterways $931.31; Grants $6,970.72 & Demands in Batch #22 Totaling $2,289,106.75. Approved payment of the FY23 EMS Claims & Demands Totaling $190,729.09. AIRPORT –Approved the lease for Lot 11 at Priest River Airport and for the chairman sign administratively. Approved engaging Pillsbury to act as Bonner County Airport’s legal counsel and for the chairman sign administratively. FACILITIES – Approved Resolution #2023-60 Facilities Vehicle Surplus for one 2007 Ford F-150 Pickup, VIN#1FTRX14W27FB87739. Authorized the acceptance of the Allwest proposal for the EMS Station #1 and Office complex in the amount of $42,046 and for the chairman sign administratively. Commissioner Bradshaw advised that those who would like to speak during the business meeting will need to address the chair and after being recognized by the chair then they can speak, there will be no public comment until the behavior changes. Commissioner Bradshaw reconvened the meeting at 9:41 a.m. for ten minutes. Commissioner Bradshaw reconvened the meeting at 9:56 a.m.  EXECUTIVE SESSION – At 9:56 a.m. Commissioner Omodt made a motion to go into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (B) Personnel. Commissioner Bradshaw stepped down from the chair and seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Absent, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. Commissioner Bradshaw reconvened the meeting at 10:03 a.m. Commissioner Omodt made a motion to proceed as directed. Commissioner Bradshaw stepped down from the chair and seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Absent, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. EXECUTIVE SESSION – At 10:04 a.m. Commissioner Omodt made a motion to go into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (B)Personnel. Commissioner Bradshaw stepped down from the chair and seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Absent, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. Commissioner Bradshaw reconvened the meeting at 10:24 a.m. Commissioner Omodt made a motion to proceed as directed. Commissioner Williams seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. EXECUTIVE SESSION – At 10:25 a.m. Commissioner Omodt made a motion to go into Executive Session under Idaho Code §206 (1) (D) Records Exempt & 74-206 (1) (B) Personnel. Commissioner Williams seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. Commissioner Bradshaw reconvened the meeting at 11:11 a.m. Commissioner Omodt made a motion to proceed as directed. Commissioner Bradshaw stepped down from the chair and seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Absent, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. Commissioner Bradshaw adjourned the meeting at 11:11 a.m. ______________________ The following is a summary of the Board of County Commissioners Special Meetings, (including Tax Cancellations, Assistance Meetings/Admin and other) Executive Sessions, Emergency Meetings and Hearings held during the week of August 1, 2023 – August 7, 2023 Copies of the complete meeting minutes are available upon request. On Tuesday, August 1, 2023, Wednesday, August 2, 2023, Thursday, August 3, 2023, and Friday, August 4, 2023, Budget Workshops/Executive Sessions were held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204 (2) 74-206 (1) (D) Records Exempt & 74-206 (1) (B) Personnel. On Monday, August 7, 2023 A Department Head Meeting was held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204 (2). On Monday, August 7, 2023 an Insurance Update was held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204 (2) and Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (D) Records Exempt. Legal#5560 AD#13946 September 8, 2023 _________________________

MINUTES FOR THE BONNER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS’ MEETING August 22, 2023 CLERK – Approved payment of the FY23 Claims: General Fund $96,050.09; Road & Bridge $482,360.30; Airport $4,278.89; Elections $718.39; Drug Court $511.64; District Court $57,455.88; 911 Fund $4,652.75; Indigent & Charity $1,001.50; Revaluation $2,603.41; Solid Waste $679,154.75; Tort $2,334.07; Weeds $656.50; Parks & Rec $1,130.76; Justice Fund $121,823.16; Waterways $2,300.07; Grants $9,839.24; Self-Insured Medical $105; Auditors Trust $726.70 and Demands in Batch #23 Totaling $2,284,688.11. Commissioner Omodt stepped down from the chair and seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. Approved payment of the FY23 EMS Claims and Demands in Batch #23 Totaling $140,133.32. Commissioner Omodt stepped down from the chair and seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. SOLID WASTE – Approved the issuance and advertisement of a Request for Bid to remove the metal piles at the Dickensheet, Idaho Hill, and Colburn waste transfer sites. Commissioner Bradshaw seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams– Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. Approved the issuance and advertisement of a Request for Bid to grind and remove the wood piles at the Dickensheet, Idaho Hill, and Colburn waste transfer sites. Commissioner Bradshaw seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. Approved the issuance and advertisement of a Request for Bid to accept, package, transport, and dispose of household hazardous waste at various collection sites throughout the county on each scheduled Saturday. Commissioner Bradshaw seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. EMS – Approved and signed the commercial lease agreement for 521 N. Third Ave., Sandpoint, ID 83864; a one-year lease agreement between Third Ave., LLC and Bonner County at a rate of $6,868.85 per month for the building in which Bonner County EMS currently resides. Commissioner Bradshaw seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed.  PLANNING –Approved the request for a replacement Canon printer/copier for the Planning department with a 60 month lease of $99/month plus actual cost per copy. Commissioner Omodt stepped down from the chair and seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed.  AIRPORT –Accepted the amendment to the Pillsbury engagement letter and that the chairman sign administratively. Commissioner Bradshaw seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. ROAD & BRIDGE – Approved moving forward with the original award of (7) seven 140 AWD motor graders and allowed the director Jason Topp to send the attached letter in response to Pape Machinery, Inc’s rebuttal letter. Commissioner Omodt stepped down from the chair and seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed.  TECHNOLOGY – Approved the UADWEB Subscription agreement. Commissioner Omodt stepped down from the chair and seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Approved Resolution #2023-64 declaring a disaster regarding the dry and excessive weather conditions and high winds that have facilitated wildfires in several locations throughout Bonner County and nearby and the need for assistance. Commissioner Bradshaw seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. Commissioner Omodt recessed the meeting at 9:55 a.m. for ten minutes. Commissioner Omodt reconvened the meeting at 10:14 a.m.  EXECUTIVE SESSION – At 10:14 a.m. Commissioner Omodt stepped down from the chair and made a motion to go into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (B) Personnel. Commissioner Bradshaw seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Absent, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. Commissioner Omodt reconvened the meeting at 10:24 a.m. Commissioner Omodt stepped down from the chair and made a motion to proceed as discussed regarding 911. Commissioner Bradshaw seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Abstain, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. At 10:26 a.m. Commissioner Williams made a motion to go into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (B) Personnel. Commissioner Bradshaw seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. Commissioner Omodt reconvened the meeting at 10:28 a.m. Commissioner Williams made a motion to proceed as discussed regarding tuition reimbursement. Commissioner Bradshaw seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. Commissioner Omodt recessed the meeting at 10:29 a.m. for 5 minutes Commissioner Omodt reconvened the meeting at 10:34 a.m. At 10:35 a.m. Commissioner Williams made a motion to go into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (D) Records Exempt. Commissioner Bradshaw seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. Commissioner Omodt reconvened the meeting at 11:41 a.m.  Commissioner Omodt adjourned the meeting at 11:41 a.m. _____________________ The following is a summary of the Board of County Commissioners Special Meetings, (including Tax Cancellations, Assistance Meetings/Admin and other) Executive Sessions, Emergency Meetings and Hearings held during the week of August 15, 2023 – August 21, 2023 Copies of the complete meeting minutes are available upon request. On Wednesday, August 16, 2023, a special meeting was held with the Bonner County Commissioners Office pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204 (2). Commissioner Omodt made a motion to move the Human Resource Department and Risk Management back under the Board of County Commissioners. Commissioner Bradshaw stepped down from the chair and amended the motion to include that HR and Risk would not answer to any singular Commissioner, but the Board as a whole. Commissioner Omodt seconded the amendment. Commissioner Bradshaw called for the vote. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams - Absent, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. On Wednesday, August 16, 2023, Assistance was held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204 (2). On Monday, August 21, 2023, the Budget Adoption was held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204 (2). Commissioner Omodt stepped down from the chair and made a motion to approve Resolution #2023-63 adopting the Bonner County Budget for FY2024 in the amount of $74,947,678 and the Bonner County Ambulance District Budget for FY2024 in the amount of $5,135,970. Commissioner Williams seconded the motion to move forward for discussion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – No, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. On Monday, August 21, 2023 an HR Workshop was held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204 (2). On Monday, August 21, 2023, an Executive Session was held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204 (2) and Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (F) Litigation. Legal#5561 AD#13947 September 8, 2023 _________________________

MINUTES FOR THE BONNER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS’ MEETING August 1, 2023 ENGINEERING – Approved the contract and notice to proceed for the EMS Station #1 and Office Complex and authorized the Chairman to sign the contract and notice to proceed.  FACILITIES – Approved the relocation of the power lines by Avista from the East side of Division Street to the West side of Division Street for the amount of $136,104.48. Approved the removal of 3 trees by Apex Tree Service in the amount of $8,650.  EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT –Approved Resolution #23-59 and declare a local disaster emergency no longer exists in Bonner County, Idaho; terminating Resolution #23-46.  BOCC – Commissioner Williams made a motion to engage in discussion regarding the status of the Fairground and campground going forward. No second. Motion dies. Commissioner Williams made a motion that the board moves to withdraw its application from the city of Sandpoint for the rezone at the fairgrounds. No second. Motion dies.  Commissioner Williams made a motion that the board disengage Sewell Engineering as it relates to the RV Campground at the fairgrounds at this time. No second. Motion dies. Commissioner Williams made a motion that the public have their one hour of public speaking time at either 8:00 a.m. or after Executive Session. No second. Motion dies. Commissioner Bradshaw adjourned the meeting at 9:53 a.m. ___________________ The following is a summary of the Board of County Commissioners Special Meetings, (including Tax Cancellations, Assistance Meetings/Admin and other) Executive Sessions, Emergency Meetings and Hearings held during the week of July 25, 2023 – July 31, 2023 Copies of the complete meeting minutes are available upon request. On Wednesday, July 26, 2023, Tax Cancellations were held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204 (2). Approved; RP000490100010; RP55N02E141210. On Wednesday, July 26, 2023, Assistance was held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204 (2). On Wednesday, July 26, 2023, a Planning Hearing was held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204 (2). Commissioner Omodt made a motion to approve this project, FILE ZC0004-23, requesting a zone change from Rural-5 to Rural Service Center, finding that it is in accord with the general and specific objectives of the Bonner County Comprehensive Plan and Bonner County Revised Code as enumerated in the following conclusions of law, and based upon the evidence submitted up to the time the Staff Report was prepared and testimony received at this hearing. Commissioner Omodt further moved to adopt the findings of fact and conclusions of law as set forth in the Staff Report (or as amended during the hearing) and direct planning staff to draft written findings and conclusions to reflect this motion, have Chairman sign, and transmit to all interested parties. This action does not result in a taking of private property. Commissioner Williams seconded the motion. Roll call vote; Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. All in Favor. The motion passed. Zone Change Finding of Fact: 1. The current land use designation for this proposal is Transition which allows for the creation of a new Rural Service Center District. Westmond Road is a 60’ wide Bonner County owned and maintained paved right of way. Emergency services are provided by Bonner County Sheriff and Selkirk Fire District. Power is provided by Avista Utilities. There are two permitted individual wells. There is currently a septic system. The parcels are currently 8.29 acres and 3.59 acres. Based upon the findings of fact, the following conclusions of law are adopted: Conclusion 1 The proposal is in accord with the following elements of the Bonner County Comprehensive Plan: Property Rights, Population, School Facilities Transportation Community Design, Agriculture, Economic Development Land Use, Natural Resources, Hazardous Areas Public Services, Transportation, Recreation Special Areas or Sites, Housing Conclusion 2 This proposal was reviewed for compliance with Title 12, Bonner County Revised Code, and was found to be in compliance. Conclusion 3 The proposal is in accord with the purpose of the Rural Service Center zoning district, provided at Chapter 3, Title 12, Bonner County Revised Code. BOARD MOTION TO ADOPT ORDINANCE (Roll Call Vote): Commissioner Omodt made a motion to approve an ordinance of Bonner County, Idaho, citing its authority, and providing for the amendment of the official zoning map of Bonner County by the reclassification of lands generally located in Section 5, Township 55 North, Range 2 West from Rural- 5 to Rural Service Center and providing for an effective date. Commissioner Williams seconded the motion. Roll call vote; Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Abstain, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes.  The motion passed. MOTION TO APPROVE: Commissioner Omodt made a motion to approve the recommended updates to the Housing component of the Comprehensive Plan, File AM0009-23, as presented or as amended in this hearing, finding that it is in accord with the requirements of Idaho Code §67-6508 and the procedures of Idaho Code §67-6509. This action does not result in a taking of private property. Commissioner Williams seconded the motion. Roll call vote; Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Abstain, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. MOTION TO APPROVE RESOLUTION: Commissioner Omodt made a motion to approve Resolution # 2023-58, adopting the recommended updates to the Housing component of the Comprehensive Plan, File AM0009-23 and repealing the previously adopted Housing component of the Comprehensive Plan. Commissioner Williams seconded the motion. Roll call vote; Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Abstain, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. On Thursday, July 27, 2023 and Monday, July 31, 2023, Budget Workshops were held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204 (2). On Friday, July 28, 2023, an Executive Session was held pursuant to Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (D) Records Exempt & 74-206 (1) (B) Personnel On Friday, July 28, 2023, Budget Workshop/Executive Session was held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204 (2) 74-206 (1) (D) Records Exempt & 74-206 (1) (B) Personnel Legal#5562 AD#13949 September 8, 2023 _________________________

MINUTES FOR THE BONNER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS’ MEETING August 15, 2023 JUSTICE SERVICES – Approved the Northern States Pest Control contract as set forth above for a total cost of $780. Commissioner Williams seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. Approved the cost for sealcoating/restriping at Justice Services in the amount of $9,045.40 as set forth above. Commissioner Omodt seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT, BONFIRE – Approved the Memorandum of Understanding for Grant #22HFR1-Bonner in the amount of $100,000 and authorized the chair to sign. Commissioner Williams seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. Approved the Memorandum of Understanding for Grant #22WFM-Bonner in the amount of $240,000 and authorized the chair to sign Commissioner Omodt seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. TREASURER – Accepted both the Bonner County & EMS Treasurer/Auditor Joint Quarterly Reports for the 3rd Quarter ending 06/30/2023. Commissioner Williams seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. PLANNING – Adopted Resolution #2023-61 reappointing Randy Stolz and Deby Trinen to the Planning Commission per BCRC 12-122 filling the to be vacated Positions F and G, respectively. Commissioner Williams seconded the motion for discussion. Commissioner Williams stated that she doesn’t feel that it is unreasonable to advertise for these positions. Commissioner Omodt stated that he feels that it would not be beneficial to change the course of the board as this particular board is working diligently on the comprehensive plan. Commissioner Bradshaw recessed the meeting for 10 minutes at 10:53 a.m.   Commissioner Bradshaw reconvened the meeting at 11:03 a.m.  Commissioner Williams appealed the decision of the Chair. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – No, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – no. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – aye, Commissioner Williams – no, Commissioner Bradshaw – aye. The motion passed. Adopted Resolution #2023-62 reappointing Robert Clark to the Zoning Commission per BCRC 12-123 filling the, to be vacated, Position A. Commissioner Williams seconded the motion for discussion. Commissioner Williams emphasized consistency. Commissioner Omodt stated that he believes that the appointment process is more than clear. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – No, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. ASSESSOR – Approved the contract with Canon Financial Services for 3 new Image Runners/printers for the Assessor’s Office for $377/monthly. Commissioner Omodt seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. AIRPORT – Adopted Resolution #2023-63 to exchange the right of way as presented. Commissioner Williams seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. BOCC –Approved the Idaho Department of Commerce Rural Idaho Economic Development Professional Grant Agreement with the understanding that no County funds will be used in support of this agreement. Commissioner Omodt seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. BOCC – Commissioner Williams made a motion to reverse the decision to use Roberts Rules of Order and convert back to the prior process. No second, the motion died. Commissioner Williams made a motion to stream the budget meetings on Zoom to allow the community and staff to participate. No second, the motion died. Commissioner Williams made a motion to have a plan moving forward for the RV campground and speak to the public regarding the future plan. No second, the motion died. Commissioner Williams made a motion that the Chairman give specific instructions on how public comment can be reinstated. Commissioner Bradshaw addressed the behavior by the public at the BOCC meetings, asked what changed after January. Explained what he believes civil public comment looks like. No second, the motion died. Commissioner Williams made a motion to the Board identify by which members of the community present information to the Board for consideration to be placed on the agenda for the following week. Commissioner Omodt seconded the motion for discussion. Commissioner Omodt made a motion to amend Commissioner Williams original motion to hold a workshop to discuss this topic, public invited, regarding calendaring items. There was brief public comment. No second the motion dies. Commissioner Williams repeated her original motion. No second, the motion died. Commissioner Bradshaw addressed the lack of public comment. Stated that next week the three minutes will be attempted once more, if it doesn’t work then public comment is suspended until the beginning of the year.  Commissioner Bradshaw recessed the meeting at 10:53 a.m.  Commissioner Bradshaw reconvened the meeting at 11:07 a.m  EXECUTIVE SESSION – At 11:07 a.m. Commissioner Omodt made a motion to go into Executive Session under Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (B) Personnel. Commissioner Bradshaw stepped down from the chair and seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. Commissioner Bradshaw reconvened the meeting at 11:16 a.m. Commissioner Omodt made a motion to proceed as directed with details. Commissioner Williams seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. EXECUTIVE SESSION – Christian Jostelin removed this item from the agenda via email 8/15 EXECUTIVE SESSION – At 11:17 a.m. Commissioner Omodt made a motion to go into Executive Session under Idaho Code §74-204 (2) and Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (D) Records Exempt. Commissioner Williams seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. Commissioner Bradshaw reconvened the meeting at 11:33 a.m. Commissioner Williams made a motion to proceed as directed. Commissioner Omodt seconded the motion. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams – Yes, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. All in favor. The motion passed. Commissioner Bradshaw adjourned the meeting at 11:33 a.m. ______________________ The following is a summary of the Board of County Commissioners Special Meetings, (including Tax Cancellations, Assistance Meetings/Admin and other) Executive Sessions, Emergency Meetings and Hearings held during the week of August 8, 2023 – August 14, 2023 Copies of the complete meeting minutes are available upon request. On Tuesday, August 8, 2023, a Planning Update was held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204 (2). On Thursday, August 10, 2023, a Special Meeting for the Internal Oversight Committee was held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204 (4). Commissioner Omodt moved to dissolve the Internal Control Oversight Board that was formed on November 7, 2022. Commissioner Bradshaw stepped down from the chair and seconded the motion. Commissioner Bradshaw called for the vote and Commissioner Williams appealed the decision and then left the meeting room. Roll call vote: Commissioner Omodt – Yes, Commissioner Williams - Absent, Commissioner Bradshaw – Yes. The motion passed. On Thursday, August 10, 2023, an Impact Fees Presentation with Tishler Bise was held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204 (2). On Monday, August 14, 2023, an Executive Session was held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204 (2) and Idaho Code § 74-206 (1) (F) Litigation. On Monday, August 14, 2023, a Road & Bridge Update was held pursuant to Idaho Code §74-204 (2). Legal#5563 AD#13951 September 8, 2023 _________________________

ORDINANCE NO. 186 CITY OF DOVER, IDAHO AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF DOVER, BONNER COUNTY, IDAHO, ENTITLED THE ANNUAL APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING OCTOBER 1, 2023, APPROPRIATING THE SUM OF $6,041,460 TO DEFRAY THE PROPER EXPENSES AND LIABILITIES OF THE CITY OF DOVER, IDAHO, FOR SAID FISCAL YEAR, PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION §50-1003, IDAHO CODE, AUTHORIZING SUFFICIENT TAXABLE PROPERTY AND SPECIFYING THE OBJECTS AND PURPOSES FOR WHICH SAID APPROPRIATION IS MADE; AND PROVIDING FOR THE PUBLICATION OF THIS ORDINANCE. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and City Council of the City of Dover, Bonner County, Idaho: SECTION 1: The sum of $6,041,460 be, and the same appropriated, to defray the necessary and proper expenses and liabilities of the City of Dover, Bonner County, Idaho for the fiscal year beginning the 1st of October, 2023. SECTION 2: The objects and purposes for which such appropriations are made, as follows: ESTIMATED PROPOSED EXPENDITURES FUND NAME FY2023-2024 GENERAL FUND $2,688,338 STREET FUND $1,047,772   WATER FUND $1,288,590 SEWER FUND $1,016,760  TOTAL EXPENDITURES ALL FUNDS          $6,041,460 SECTION 3: The City Clerk of the City of Dover is hereby directed to file a copy of this Ordinance with the County Commissioners of Bonner County, Idaho pursuant to Idaho Code §63-804.  SECTION 4: SEVERABILITY The sections of this ordinance are severable. Should any sections of this ordinance be declared invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, such declaration shall not affect the validity of the remaining sections. SECTION 5: EFFECTIVE DATE This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage, approval and publication in one (1) issue of the Bonner County Daily Bee newspaper, as provided by law. PASSED by roll call vote of the City Council at a convened meeting of the Dover city Council held on the 29th day of August 2023. Councilor Bledsoe    AYE  Councilor Hoffman   AYE   Councilor Glass   AYE Councilor Parkin        AYE APPROVED by the Mayor and City Council of the City of Dover, Idaho this 29th day of August 2023.    /S/George E. Eskridge, Mayor            ATTEST: /S/Michele C. Hutchings, City Clerk Legal#5564 AD#13952 September 8, 2023