DougCo reduces proposed health department staffing
[DOUGLAS COUNTY, CO] Douglas County's health board decided to reduce staffing for the new health department during an April 22 workshop. Douglas County dropped out of the Tri-County Health Department last year over opposition to the department's mask mandates during the COVID-19 pandemic.
DougCo discusses spending $4 million to run new health department
[DOUGLAS COUNTY, CO] The first look at how a Douglas County Health Department would be staffed calls for potentially hiring more than 40 employees and spending up to $4 million.
Clay County District Schools avoids teacher staffing shortages despite pandemic
The Covid-19 pandemic has caused labor shortages across the nation in various fields, calling attention to pay and retention rates in certain jobs. One field, in particular, that has been dramatically affected has been staffing shortages in schools.
Curbside recycling still suspended in Clay County as staffing shortages continue
In the most recent Waste Management staffing update from March, Clay County was understaffed by 15 employees – resulting in the continued suspension of curbside recycling. Waste Management staffing shortages are presented to the county on the 16th of each month.
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Unclear if newly designated MCPS red schools will move to virtual learning despite exponential rise in cases
MCPS receives pushback over decision to remain in-person as positive cases soar across the county. Little girl sitting with head in hand as she works on tabletKelly Sikkema/Unsplash.