March 10, 2020
March 10, 2020
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Open Meeting Law complaint filed by sheriff
Wheeler contends March 2 meeting regarding an RV campground project was improperly noticed
Bonner County Sheriff Daryl Wheeler filed an Open Meeting Law complaint Monday with the Idaho Attorney General contending a March 2 special meeting regarding an RV campground project at the Bonner County Fairgrounds was improperly noticed. In the complaint, which names Bonner County commissioners Steve Bradshaw and Luke Omodt, Wheeler said the meeting was noticed as a discussion and decision on a $473,315 Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation grant to help create an RV park at or near the fairgrounds
Nearly $1M allocated at weekly meeting
Nearly $1 million of local funds allocated at weekly meeting for routine expenses.
McDonald: Site never intended as justice facility home
Dispute over possible home of indoor ice rink continues
Sheriff blasts commissioners, mayor over ice rink
Bonner County Sheriff Daryl Wheeler called out county officials on Thursday based on information that is not factual.
Sheriff’s office returns COVID relief funding
At the request of Bonner County Sheriff Darryl Wheeler, $18,486.11 in federal coronavirus relief funding was returned to the county's budget due to compliance requirements associated with accepting the money.
County seeks discovery in gun suit
SANDPOINT — Bonner County is moving to compel discovery in its lawsuit against the city of Sandpoint over the Festival at Sandpoint’s firearms prohibition.