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2016 05 10 Meeting Agenda PDF Print E-mail
Written by David Mahnken   
Monday, 13 June 2016

Seminole Soil and Water Conservation District


May 10, 2016

Call to Order

Pledge of Allegiance

Roll Call

Approval of Agenda and April 12, 2016 Meeting Minutes

NRCS – David Millard Update

Chair Report (Benson)

April Earth Day Events

AFCD Area 3 Meeting Summary

Training:  How to run the recording equipment

SSWCD File Storage

Request motion for digitizing SSWCD documents with RICHES program and coordinated by Associate Supervisor Donald Menzel

Vice Chair Report (Kendrick)

Treasurer Report (Young)

Account Balances and Transactions

What Ed is going to do on his Summer Vacation

  Secretary Report (Duncan)

  Public Relations Report (York)

  Old Business

Website Changes; follow up to Jason LaTorre proposal tabled during April meeting

NRCS Five Year Plan

  New Business





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