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The Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) serves as the governing body for County government, with final budget authority for all County departments. Additionally, they oversee the daily operations of departments that are not directly under the authority of the other six elected officials in the County. The BOCC meet in a public meeting forum each Tuesday to take official action on County business, and conduct Planning Deliberation meetings each Thursday. The Board also sits as the Board of Equalization to consider property assessment appeals and various tax-related issues.
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The Ramsey Transfer Station is located at 3330 N. Ramsey Road in Coeur d'Alene. The closest cross streets are Appleway (to the south) and Kathleen Avenue (to the north). Watch for the signs in the center median on Ramsey Road.The Prairie Transfer Station is located at 15580 W. Prairie Avenue in Post Falls. The closest intersection is N. Pleasant View Road and Prairie Avenue. The public entrance to the transfer station is just east of the intersection.
To be a voter in Kootenai County you must register with the Kootenai County Elections Office at 1808 North 3rd Street, Coeur d'Alene. You can register at the office or fill out a Registration Card online, and drop off or mail a filled out Voter Registration Card. Be advised that the Voter Registration Form cannot be emailed or faxed because Idaho Law requires your original signature.