The Sevier County Quorum Court will hold their regular meeting at 2 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 8 at the Sevier County Courthouse Courtroom.
The court will hear an update from Hospital Board of Governors and then be presented the 2019 Legislative Audit for perusal.
In old business, the court will continue discussion on a possible alcohol ordinance.
In new business, the court will discuss the following:
1. Proposed Ordinance to Address Leave Policies due to Covid-19.
2. Appointment of a delegate to the Arkansas Quorum Court Association for 2021.
3. Request to allocate $10,000 to pay extradition for a homicide suspect that is in a foreign country. This would be allocated to Sheriff Department budget line 3093 Misc. Law Enforcement.
4. Request for $10,000 in funding to be paid to UA Cossatot for economic development. Funding would replace previously approved $5000 for salary alone. The 10,000 would support economic development director salary along with funding for training, memberships, and projects. This is requested for three years at $10,000 per year.
5. Proposed resolution authorizing the destruction of certain records of the Sevier County District Court.
6. Request for appropriation of $200 from Judge budget 1000.0100.2001 Supplies for donation to Sr. Citizen Appreciation Day Account.
7. Request for additional appropriation to OEM budget to cover increase in cost of “Code Red” for 2021. (1000.0500.3009)
8. Proposed Ordinance establishing a new Fund “Comprehensive Opiate Abuse Site-Based Program.
9. Request for additional allocation of funds for Fund 3505. $50,000 to be dispersed according to attached budget form.
10. Proposed Adoption of a Citizen Participation Plan related to a Community Development Block Grant Application.
11. Proposed Resolution Authorizing the Chief Elected Official to sign an application for Community Development Block Grant Funds.12.Proposed Resolution Establishing a policy Prohibiting the Use of Excessive Force by Law Enforcement Agencies within the Applicant’s Jurisdiction Against Individuals Engaged in Non-Violent Civil Rights Demonstrations.