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Resolution 2016-09, Junk Vehicle Capital Reserve

It is the intent of the Montana Association of Counties to seek legislation to specifically authorize counties to establish and maintain a county Junk Vehicle Capital Reserve fund and that up to 10% of its annual payment from the junk vehicle program and any unspent budget authority may be transferred into a county junk vehicle capital reserve fund to be used for the replacement, improvement, and acquisition of property, facilities, or equipment consistent with the purposes of the junk vehicle program only, in accordance with a capital improvement plan adopted by a county.

Resolution 2016-10, Mail Ballot Voting

It is the intent of the Montana Association of Counties to propose mail ballot voting legislation in the 2017 legislative session.

Resolution 2016-11, Minor Subdivision Review

It is the intent of the Montana Association of Counties to seek legislation to eliminate the unconstitutional provision preventing a governing body from holding a public hearing on a first minor subdivision.

Resolution 2016-12, Noxious Weed Trust Fund

It is the intent of the Montana Association of Counties to ensure adequate funding for county weed districts and reservations to enhance their terrestrial noxious weed management programs.

Resolution 2016-13, Retirees as Independent Contractors

It is the intent of the Montana Association of Counties to seek legislation eliminating the requirement that employers pay contributions to the Public Employees Retirement System for retirees working as independent contractors.

Resolution 2016-14, Review Standard for MT Subsivision & Platting Act

It is the intent of the Montana Association of Counties to define the review standard for subdivision approvals.

Resolution 2016-15, Road Tracts & Certificates of Survey as County Roads

It is the intent of the Montana Association of Counties to seek legislation to allow counties to declare a road depicted and shown on a Certificate of Survey or Plat as a County Road.

Resolution 2016-16, Setting Speed Limits

It is the intent of the Montana Association of Counties to seek legislation to allow local governments more freedom to set reasonable context sensitive speed limits while responding proactively to address constituent concerns.

Resolution 2016-17, Sheriffs’ Retirement System Funding

It is the intent of the Montana Association of Counties to support the policy of additional county employer contributions to the Sheriff’s Retirement System, contingent upon certain conditions.

Resolution 2016-18, Support for Biocontrol of Noxious Weeds

It is the intent of the Montana Association of Counties to encourage a timelier and reasonable review system for biological weed control agents so that managers are encouraged to continue support of this valuable integrated weed management tool.