The Cherry County Commissioners met Tuesday for a regular monthly meeting. The board spent some time discussing the preliminary budget and salaries along a review of the audit. The board was notified that the former Zion Lutheran Church and parsonage in Crookston will be returned to the tax rolls as it has been sold to private individuals.
The permit for a river access landing for Mary Mercure was approved. There was some discussion about how the National Park Service would like to have thing developed.
Public hearings were set to begin at 4:30 on August 21st to hear public testimony on proposed changes to the commercial wind regulations as proposed by the planning commission. The hearings will be held in the courtroom if it will accommodate attendance.
There was also discussion on the Park Hill road which has suffered from surplus rain runoff. Both City and County crews have worked on the erosion problem and will continue looking for a solution.