The fate of the former Antelope County Jail was an item discussed at the County Supervisors Meeting on Tuesday morning.
The former jail facility and the jail that was previously part of the Antelope County Museum are planned to be sold. The board discussed putting the two buildings and the ground up for a bid or holding a public auction.
It was decided that the county would contact several relators for bids on selling the property.
The county received several applications for the road boss position. Applications were not reviewed as one supervisor was absent. It was decided that interviews for the applicants would be held on November 3.
The board also met with a representative from KARR Tuckpointing to hear a bid on the masonry repairs to the courthouse.
They also met with two salesmen from Cat to discuss the repairs to one of their road graders and the purchase of a new one. The board decided to put $50,000 into repairing and refurbishing their old machine, as well as purchasing a new one. The new machine will cost roughly $200,000, half of which will be paid for now and the rest will be on payments for 3 years.