A special meeting of the Calhoun Commission is scheduled for Friday, December 21 at 1 p.m. for a public hearing and possible approval on re-districting the counties voting districts, required by law. (See earlier Hur Herald story)

The Commission will also approve contracts for the following grants:

OES/911 Center $35,000
Assessor's Office $2,746
Calhoun Commission $32,500
Upper West Fork Park $10,000
Bluegrass Festival $500
Upper West Fork VFD $5000
Grantsville VFD $5000

On the agenda is the appointment of a Local Emergency Planning Committee.

Also to be considered is locating a new 911 Center, Office of Emergency Services and Calhoun EMS building on the Calhoun Middle-High School property. The proposal, according to OES Director Bill Stemple, is to construct a building near the new school bus garage complex, behind the school.

The issue of Sunday hunting being placed on the May ballot will also be considered, since the Commission has received feedback.

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