The Winchester Board of Commissioners took care of some house-cleaning Tuesday night in its regular meeting.
The commissioners approved the transfer and donation of items, including a Ford Crown Victoria to the Clark County Board of Education and obsolete radios to the Camp McKee Scout Reservation of Boy Scouts of America.
The Commission also received the list of streets scheduled to be included in the milling and paving program for the current fiscal year. Ken Lysaker of 12 Linden Lane addressed the Commission with his concerns over the conditions of Linden Lane.
That street isn't scheduled to be a part of the milling and paving program until the 2014 fiscal year. The Commission agreed to view the street and consider whether to addressed the street earlier than scheduled.
The Commission also approved the first reading of the ad valorem tax on motor vehicles and watercraft, which remains at 19.5 percent, a rate that hasn't changed since 1984.
The Commission also awarded $5,000 to the Clark County Community Education Program and approved Aug. 18 as the date for the First Church of God fireworks, which were originally planned as a July 4 celebration. The event is planned to begin at 7 p.m. with fireworks at dark.
The next scheduled meeting for the Commission will not be held Aug. 21. Instead, the Commission will hold its usual meetings on Monday, Aug. 20 as a special-called meeting. This includes both the 4:30 p.m. special meeting and the 5:30 regular meeting.
Contact Casey Castle at firstname.lastname@example.org.