Treasurer Sara Sexton appeared before the commissioners with a stack of files that were parcels put up for sale at the last land sale. She said according to Idaho Code the county commissioners were responsible for putting things up for sale, and handling the details. She said she no longer wants to be the middle man.

In regards to the sale of the property at St. Joe Riverside Tracts, Sexton said no one came to ask her about it or even said there was in issue.

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