Utah Department of Administrative Services

Division of Archives & Records Service

Millard County (Utah). County Commission

83657--Water and sewage plans
83329--Minutes

AGENCY: Millard County (Utah). County Commission

SERIES: 83657
TITLE: Water and sewage plans
DATES: i 1969-
ARRANGEMENT: chronological

DESCRIPTION: A study performed by the county Commission to assess and plan for the needs of Millard County with regards to water and sewage. The planning commission, funded by a grant from the Farmers Home Administration, U.S. Department of Agriculture, recorded information on all exsisting operations, plans for rural communities, and recommendations for the future.

RETENTION

DISPOSITION

Transfer to the State Archives with authority to weed.

FORMAT MANAGEMENT

Microfilm master: Retain in State Archives permanently with authority to weed.

APPRAISAL


AGENCY: Millard County (Utah). County Commission

SERIES: 83329
TITLE: Minutes
DATES: 1852-
ARRANGEMENT: Chronological by date of meeting.
ANNUAL ACCUMULATION: 0.20 cubic feet.

DESCRIPTION: These minute books record the actions of the county commission, the governing body of the county. The commission (known during the territorial period as the county court) was authorized to manage all county business and property. This includes budgeting, equipment purchasing, and auditing; use of county lands; districting for schools, roads, voting, drainage, etc.; taxing, specifically acting as an ex-officio board of equalization; business licensing; arranging for the construction of roads, public buildings, etc.; contracting for services; supervising the conduct and payment of all county personnel; providing for basic health care, public safety, and care of the indigent; canvassing returns and appointing certain officials; and incorporating municipalities.

RETENTION

DISPOSITION

Transfer to the State Archives with authority to weed.

FORMAT MANAGEMENT

Paper: Retain in Office for 30 years or until microfilmed and then transfer to State Archives with authority to weed.

Microfilm master: Retain in State Archives permanently with authority to weed.

Microfilm duplicate: Retain in State Archives permanently with authority to weed.

APPRAISAL

Administrative Historical Legal

This retention is based upon the historical value of these records to document the activities of the county commission. They are also important legally and administratively to document the actions of the commission. They are considered to be one of the most important records in county government.

PRIMARY DESIGNATION

Public