County to consider spending half million on new morgue
The county will consider whether waiving fees for a proposed veterans care center, accepting an earmarked donation for an archaeological study, paying half a million to build a new morgue and more at its regular meeting Tuesday.
The Madera County Board of Supervisors will meet 8:30 a.m. in the board chambers of the government center, 200 West 4th St.
Items on the agenda include:
Deciding whether to hire Simile Construction Service for $533,000 to handle the Madera County Morgue and Autopsy Tenant Improvement Project
Whether to waive entitlement and permit fees for development of a disabled and homeless veteran residential care facility
Possibly accepting a $26,438.60 donation from the Stewards of the Sierra National Forest that is earmarked for the Black Hawk Ranch Archaeological Study
Pondering paying $28,800 for IV Tree Services to remove dead trees at Courthouse Memorial Park and Parkwood Park
Hearings involving the sale of liquor at two local businesses
And more. For the full agenda, visit the Madera County government's website.