All of the items were declared to have either no value or a value of less than $200 and thus can be sold by private sale or donated to non-profit organizations.
A Canon copier 1060 was donated to the Conrad Boy Scouts and an Audiometer and Vision Tester were donated to the Big Sky Special Needs Cooperative.
A few of the other items include a keyboard, a HP One-touch scanner, a couple of TVs, a VCR, roll top desk and three phones with an answering machine.
If you feel you may be interested in any of these items, contact the commissioners at 271-4010 for more information.
On a motion by Commissioner Sandy Broesder and a second by Commission Chairman Cynthia Johnson, the application for the County Health Department for Tricare-provider status in order to receive insurance payments was approved.
The motion passed on a 2-0 vote. Commissioner Joe Christiaens was absent due to health reasons.
The next regular meeting of the commission will be on Feb. 1 at 10 a.m. in their office.
The public is always welcome and encouraged to attend to see their government at work.