In a copy of a staff report on issues reviewed before the 2008 State Board of Equalization, the recommendation by LuElla Dahme, Property Tax Specialist, was for the County to review residential assessments within the city of McClusky to ensure equalization for 2009.
On August 21, several presidents visited the Sheridan County Courthouse for a “President’s Day” tour around the building. They also attended part of the special budget meeting that was being held. During the meeting, a copy of a letter from the Sheridan County Commissioners to Governor Hoeven was given to the three, Rodney Ness, President of the North Dakota Association of Counties, Terry Traynor, Director of Policy and Programs, NDACo, and Richard Cayko, President of the ND County Commissioners Association.
The battle lines are drawn. Should a 45-year-old state law requiring pharmacies to be majority-owned by a pharmacist remain intact? Should the law be scrapped? North Dakota remains the only state that requires most pharmacies to be majority owned by a pharmacist.
Though trained in mechanical engineering, with a bachelor’s degree from NDSU to back it up, Ben Wagner works as the bookkeeper at the McClusky Co-op Elevator, a position he volunteered to try. After the former bookkeeper Marilyn Schneider retired, he thought he could do it.