Oneida County Holiday Landfill Schedule Listed

Oneida County Holiday Landfill Schedule
Friday, December 22, CLOSE at 1:00 p.m.
Saturday, December 23, CLOSED
Friday, December 29, CLOSE at 1:00 p.m.
Saturday, December 30, CLOSED
Notice to the Citizens regarding weather related closure:
To ensure the safety of the Oneida County citizens and the employees operating the landfill, the landfill may close during periods of heavy rain or snow.
These emergency weather related closures will be posted on The Idaho Enterprise website (http://www.idahoenterprise.com) and Facebook as well as other social media outlets.

 

Oneida County Holiday Landfill Schedule Listed

Oneida County Holiday Landfill Schedule
Friday, December 22, CLOSE at 1:00 p.m.
Saturday, December 23, CLOSED
Friday, December 29, CLOSE at 1:00 p.m.
Saturday, December 30, CLOSED
Notice to the Citizens regarding weather related closure:
To ensure the safety of the Oneida County citizens and the employees operating the landfill, the landfill may close during periods of heavy rain or snow.
These emergency weather related closures will be posted on The Idaho Enterprise website (http://www.idahoenterprise.com) and Facebook as well as other social media outlets.

 

Responders & Leaders Say: “Be Prepared For Eclipse Influx!”

Oneida County’s emergency responders and leaders met Monday in anticipation of a massive influx of individuals traveling to and from the Rexburg/Idaho Falls area for the total eclipse on Monday, August 21. They discussed emergency communications, law enforcement and emergency health services, and possible need for ham radio communications. Law enforcement and emergency health care staff will be beefed-up. The state road department has equipment ready to push stranded vehicles off the roadways if needed. Bottled water is stockpiled at the sheriff’s office.
Residents are asked to plan for possible loss of cell phone and related services, stock-outs at area businesses due to accommodation of the large number of travelers, and extremely congested roadways.
Please plan ahead: fill your vehicles’ gas tanks NOW. Shop NOW for supplies to last (at least) from Friday through Tuesday. Are your prescriptions filled? Be realistic about the congested roadways. Traffic will arrive in Idaho over a few days prior to Monday, but most of the estimated 100,000 to 400,000 individuals will leave the viewing areas immediately at the end of the eclipse. EXPECT traffic delays, so, if you’re traveling, have your vehicles stocked with life-sustaining supplies.
Be smart! Be calm! And be safe!

Variance Hearing – Larry Nalder

NOTICE OF HEARING
NOTICE is hereby given that a public hearing will be held on Wednesday, the 7th day of June, 2017, at 6:30 p.m., in the Oneida County Commissioner’s room of the Oneida County Courthouse, 10 Court Street, Malad City, Oneida County, Idaho, before the Oneida County Planning and Zoning Commission for the purpose of hearing and reviewing public comment regarding a request for a variance to build an attached garage closer to the county road right-of-way. The request for variance was submitted by Larry Nalder of Holbrook, Idaho. The property address is 20695 W. 1400 S. The Legal address is:

The west half of Lot 3, Block 9, of the Townsite of Holbrook, Idaho, as the same appears upon the plat thereof on file in the office of the County Recorder of Oneida County, Idaho, situated in Section 31, Township 14 South, Range 33 East, Boise Meridian.

The public is invited to attend said hearing and to present written or oral testimony for or against the proposed variance. Written comments must be submitted to the Oneida County Planning and Zoning Administrator, 10 Court Street, Malad City, Idaho, before said hearing.
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Oneida County Job Openings

Oneida County Landfill Now Hiring
Oneida County Landfill will be hiring a part-time seasonal employee.  All applicants must be 18 or older and have a current driver’s license.
Pick up the employment application at the Oneida County Courthouse or the Road and Bridge office located across from the fairgrounds. Applications and resumes must be turned in at one of these same locations no later than 4 p.m. on June 9.
Part-Time employee needed
Oneida County Road Department will be hiring a seasonal summer employee. All applicants must be 18 or older and have a current driver’s license and be physically capable of manual labor.
Pick up the employment application at the Oneida County Courthouse or the Road and Bridge office located across from the fairgrounds. Applications and resumes must be turned in at one of these same locations no later than 4 p.m. on June 9.
Full-Time employee needed
Oneida County Road Department will be hiring a full-time employee. All applicants must be 18 or older and have a current CDL. The Job will require physical labor, equipment operation, self-motivation, and team cooperation.
Pick up the employment application at the Oneida County Courthouse or the Road and Bridge office located across from the fairgrounds. Application with resume must be turned in at one of these same locations no later than 4 p.m. on June 9.

Amended School Trustee Election Notice – Three Trustees To Be Elected

****CORRECTION****

Zone 2 also available

NOTICE OF SCHOOL TRUSTEE ELECTION DECLARATION OF CANDIDACY

ONEIDA SCHOOL DISTRICT #351

ONEIDA COUNTY IDAHO

      Public Notice is hereby given according to law, and the requisite action of the Board of Trustees of Oneida School District #351, Oneida County, Idaho, that the annual school trustee election will be held on Tuesday, May 16, 2017. Candidates interested in filing a declaration of candidacy must file not later than 5:00 p.m. on March 17, 2017. Petitions may be picked up and must be returned to the school district offices located on the top floor of the US Bank building, 25 E. 50 S., Malad, ID 83252.

The purpose of said election shall be to elect two trustees to serve for a period of four years from the date of the election, one trustee who resides within Trustee Zone No. 1, Trustee Zone No. 2, and one trustee who resides within Trustee Zone No. 5.

Each declaration of candidacy must bear the name of the candidate, state the term for which declaration of candidacy is made, and bear the signatures of not less than five (5) school district electors resident of the trustee zone of which the candidate is resident.

As provided by Idaho Code, Section 33-502A, no write-in vote shall be counted unless a declaration of intent has been filed with the District Clerk indicating that the person desires the office and is legally qualified to assume the duties of the school trustee if elected.

Under order of the Board of Trustees

Valorie H. Ward, Clerk

Oneida School District #351

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