Others who have been moved are 20 assistant county commissioners
Nyeri County Commissioner
David Kipkemei on Friday said this will be sustained to ensure the county is safe.
State law requires each of the state's 77 counties to elect three county commissioners
. Among other things, they oversee the county's budget, its jail and its roads and bridges.
In order to support the project, Rubio called on the Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners
to avoid any conflict with Everglades Restoration efforts, and require the Miami-Dade Expressway Authority to buy land east of Krome Avenue and make it available for Everglades projects, in exchange for state and federal land no longer needed.
Weld District Court Judge Todd Taylor issued two separate rulings denying the plant's neighbors' request to have it torn down and affirming an entreaty from Martin Marietta and the county for a chance to fix the issues that caused the Colorado Court of Appeals to reverse the county commissioners
' decision to allow the plant.
This was set to be voted on in a joint session of the East Wenatchee City Council and the Douglas County Commissioners
, with little to no prior public input.
The county commissioners
make $84,457 a year, after they voted in October to give themselves a 13.7 percent pay raise, their first since 2008.
David Moses Lokonga, according to his Tuesday' order, has appointed 13 county commissioners
after issuing an order to create more counties in fulfillment of the presidential directives authorizing all the governors of the new states to create counties and appoint new officials in their new territories.
and County Attorney Lisa Jenkins came to the agreement that they would write a letter to the Secretary of Energy stating that they take no position on the matter because they protect private property rights.
The county's attorney, Alison Rogers, argued that the grant was permissible because county commissioners
have the legal authority to disperse grants, but Americans United staff attorney Ian Smith countered that argument in remarks to the Pensacola News-Journal.
And the timeline for developing will depend on whether the county commissioners
want it considered as a jail site or not.
Chris Chmiel, a board member of both the district and nonprofit, said he will vote against it unless it is rewritten--although his objection doesn't relate to the transfer of the employees.