Beltrami County Administrator Kay Mack announced that she will retire in six months.
During the live streamed County Board meeting, Mack thanked the county management team, and how she is retiring to spend more time with her 10 grandchildren.
Commissioners Craig Gaasvig and Richard Anderson will work on this plan, since they are not up for re-election this November.
In other county news, the board decided to postpone to tax forfeiture process for parcels in the first year of delinquency amid the pandemic. For those who are in the final years of delinquency, the forfeiture processes will continue as scheduled.
Most of the parcels in the tax forfeiture process are tracts of land.
During the ditch meeting that followed the board meeting, the board, in their capacity as ditch authority, approved a plan to remove nine beaver dams from Ditch #2.