Page County Supervisors Alan Armstrong and Chuck Morris will attend a meeting of local government officials Thursday, July 25 in Washington D.C.

During the supervisors meeting held Tuesday, July 9, Armstrong and Morris explained how local government officials from Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and Oklahoma were invited to the White House to discuss infrastructure.

Armstrong and Morris said all three of the supervisors were invited but Jon Herzberg was not interested in attending. He was not at the July 9 meeting.

Armstrong and Morris said the travel expenses are estimated to total $1,200.

In other supervisor news…

The county will begin accepting bids Aug. 22 for the proposed office building for the county engineer. Supervisors had rejected a previous bid for the project because of an error in the plans.

Supervisors also have plans for a storage building for the department, but there is no schedule yet for that bid process.

Bids were let July 16 for a new culvert near Braddyville.

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