KINGMAN - The last Board of Supervisors meeting for the year has plenty of items on the agenda to keep members busy.
The Board will recognize three county officials for their service - Mohave County Recorder Joan McCall, Recorder's Office Administrative Assistant Cindy Essig and Superior Court Judge Robert Moon.
The Board will consider donating 1.5 acres of land near Bullhead City to the Mohave County Sheriff's Office. The land is valued at $120,000.
The Board also will discuss bringing back for reconsideration a minor amendment to the County General Plan and Golden Valley Area Plan, and a rezone request for a shopping center on Bolsa Drive in Golden Valley.
The County Planning and Zoning Commission approved the project last month, but the Board denied the request at its Dec. 1 meeting. Supervisor Pete Byers has asked to bring the item back before the Board.
The Board will receive the annual report from the Mohave County Public Defender's Office.
And members will discuss possible changes to the county's administrative procedures dealing with job classifications, compensation, benefits and leave plans.
The meeting will start at 9:30 a.m. Monday in the County Administration Building, 700 W. Beale Street.