Pawnee County Board discusses Sheriff's Dept. and cybersecurity

(KLZA)-- Pawnee County Commissioners met with Pawnee County Sheriff Braden Lang and members of his Department Tuesday. Scheduling, overtime and staffing issues were discussed during the meeting but no action was taken.

During the public comment portion of the meeting, Susan Eisenhauer, a member of the City Council in Pawnee City discussed Sheriff's Department pay raises.

Commissioners voted to sign a Cyber Hygiene and Assessment Service request in regards to county cybersecurity.

County Clerk Candi Nicholas met with the board to discuss correspondence from United Healthcare. Pawnee County has received a health insurance premium rebate from United Healthcare for 2022 in an amount of $9,342, a 3.1 percent rebate of premiums paid. The Board approved a cash rebate to employees that contributed to their health insurance and county for premiums paid for 2022.

County Treasures Cindy Johnson reported to the Board that distress warrants in an amount of $14,726 have been turned over to the Sheriff's office for collection

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