Commissioners on Wednesday will also consider spending $500,000 on drug testing for the county’s Health and Human Services Department
Commissioners on Wednesday will also consider adding $34.9 million to a contract with a software firm for managing law enforcement records.
Commissioners on Wednesday will also hear a presentation from the Strategic Economic Development Corporation, also known as SEDCOR, with a report on its work over the past quarter.
Commissioners on Wednesday will also consider awarding federal funds to a nonprofit for redevelopment of Highland Cottages. The complex will have six affordable units for a county program that provides childcare and addiction treatment for parents.
Commissioners on Wednesday will also consider a $1.1 million contract with the Oregon Health Authority to help county residents eligible for Medicaid get access to medical and social services.
Commissioners on Wednesday will also consider approving two $150,000 contracts with local ambulance services to provide free vaccines for respiratory illnesses.
Commissioners on Wednesday will also consider a step forward in a project intended to add pedestrian walkways, bike lanes and curb ramps on Southeast Connecticut Avenue.
Police say Marganne Allen, 53, was riding south on High Street approaching Leslie Street when the driver, Samuel Landis, 37, entered the intersection and crossed her path.
The Salem Police Department says a woman filled a shopping bag with merchandise on Monday before leaving in a vehicle driven by another woman.
Commissioners on Wednesday will also consider a funding agreement with the state for evaluating existing and future county road conditions.