Software contract approved by Richardson County Board

(KLZA)-- Richardson County Commissioners approved a five-year contract with Omingo Software when they met February 21st.

The total contract price for the five years will be $114,836 and is for communications software for the Richardson County Law Enforcement Center.

Commissioners discussed advertising for sealed bids for road rock and will be reviewing specifications for those bids when the meet this week.

The Board discussed a request from a producer considering development of a chicken facility, to remove a STOP sign on the road to the development area.

Richardson County's engineer has recommended the STOP sign not be removed. Commissioners have recommended the developer schedule a time to meet with the County Board to further discuss the request.

Mark Joy, representing Humboldt Shares, Inc. presented the organizations quarterly report. Joy said they have implemented a program to assist landowners tear down uninhabitable houses with four houses having been removed thus far. Joy also reported several new businesses have opened in Humboldt and are doing well.

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