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an account, contract, policy, or employee benefit.


The road commission may use an employee’s SSN to perform background checks or to investigate an individual’s claim, credit, criminal, or driving history.


The road commission may use an employee’s SSN to detect, prevent, or deter identity theft or other crime.


The road commission may use an employee’s SSN for any other administrative purpose related to employment.

Information or documents that contain SSNs shall be stored in a physically secure manner.  Access to information or documents that contain applicants’ and employees’ SSNs shall be limited to the Manager, Clerk and Payroll Clerk.

All unlawful disclosure of applicants’ and/or employees’ SSNs is prohibited.  No employee of the road commission shall unlawfully acquire, disclose, transfer, or use the SSN of an applicant or another employee.  The road commission will not publicly display more than four (4) sequential digits of any SSN unless required in the course of processing state and federal reports for purposes of wage reporting.  SSNs shall not be placed on identification cards, badges, time cards, employee rosters, bulletin boards, or any other materials or documents designed for public display.

Road commission documents containing an individual’s SSN shall only be mailed to a person when state or federal law, rule, regulation, or court or rule authorizes, permits or requires that a SSN appear in the document or where the document is mailed at the request of the individual.

Documents containing SSNs that are sent through the mail shall not reveal the number through the envelope window, nor shall the number otherwise be visible from outside the envelope or package.

SSNs shall not be sent through e-mail unless the connection is secure or the number is encrypted.  No individual shall be required to send his/her SSN through e-mail unless the connection is secure or the number is encrypted.  SSNs shall not be stored on computers or other electronic devices that are not secured against unauthorized access.

Where a SSN is contained within a document subject to FOIA release, the SSN shall be redacted.  Documents or other materials containing SSNs shall not be thrown away in the trash.  They shall be discarded or destroyed only in a manner that protects their confidentiality, such as shredding.

Complaints concerning possible violation of this policy should be directed to the Manager.  If the complaint is about the Manager, it should be directed to the Road Commission Board Chairperson.  The recipient of the complaint and/or an appropriate designee will conduct an investigation.  Any employee who is found to have violated this policy shall be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including discharge.

VOTE:Ayes – Saunders, Way, OgdenNays - noneMotion carried.

I certify this is a true Policy copy adopted by the Charlevoix County Road Commission Board at their December 12, 2005 regular meeting.


Shelley Kondrat, Clerk

Mr. Harmon presented Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) Holy Island Bridge application acceptance letter (Local Bridge program funding requires 5% local match).  MDOT approved Mr. Harmon and Mr. Vanek request to fund project 100% with state funds, which doesn’t require Michigan State Historic Preservation Office clearance letter for historic and archeological significance.  Construction may not begin until 2007-construction season due to MDOT processing and bid letting (6-9 months).

Commissioner Ogden suggested Holy Island residents have input on structure type, though CCRC should encourage a durable, low maintenance design.  Mr. Parish stated Holy Island residents most critical design aspect is re-establishing water flow in the “back bay”.  He will obtain resident bridge design preferences as proposed in June 2005 Northwest Design Group (NDG) “Holy Island Road over Lake Charlevoix Bridge Type, Size and Location Study” report.  Commissioner Ogden said the structure type chosen might require additional expenses, which must be secure before project onset.

Commissioner’s Commissioners Reinhardt and Roloff said the Charlevoix County Board might purchase CCRC two new trucks in 2006 (matching CCRC purchases).

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