After-hours security personnel will be wearing a pager that is activated by dispatch (to provide after-hour access to buildings on the complex).
This pager will be transferred to each night security person in the Capitol after closing at 6 p.m. A Askew, Deanna Injury Prevention and Control Division Director 701.328.3340 E-mail: [email protected] Bartz, Darleen Health Resources Section Chief 701.328.2352 E-mail: [email protected], Kenan Medical Marijuana 701.328.1311 E-mail: [email protected] Connell, Joan, MD, FAAP, MS, RPh Field Medical Officer 701.328.2239 E-mail: [email protected] Engel, Monte Life Safety and Construction Division Director 701.328.4873 G Glatt, L.
David Environmental Health Section Chief 701.328.5150 E-mail: [email protected] Kern, Wayne Municipal Facilities Division Director 701.328.5222 E-mail: [email protected], Kirby Medical Services Section Chief Disease Control Division Director 701.328.4549 E-mail: [email protected] Lelm, Tamara Gallup Children’s Special Health Services Division Director 701.328.4814 Mertz, Kim Family Health Division Director 701.328.4528 E-mail: [email protected], Darin Information Technology Coordinator Vital Records Division Director 701.328.2494 E-mail: [email protected], Tracy K.
MPH State Epidemiologist 701.328.2387 E-mail: [email protected], Susan Cancer Prevention and Control Division Director 701.328.2306 N Nagel, Kelly Local Health Liaison 701.328.2372 E-mail: [email protected] O'Clair, Terry L.
The first "Oil Boom" reached Dunn County on Christmas Day in 1976 and reached its peak in the early 1980's.
The oil economy dropped off considerably in the late 80's until the next big oil boom which started in the mid-2000’s.
Dunn County's economy is based on Agriculture and Oil.Home About Us Agendas & Minutes Contact Us County Departments Current Job Openings Dunn County Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Election Information Pay Property Tax On-Line (Click Here) Permits, Forms & Applications Public Listing of Dunn County Sex Offenders (Click here) Website Map According to the U. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 2,082 square miles.Dunn County is unique among western North Dakota counties.Like other counties in the region, it has both prairie and badlands areas.Located in the northwest part of the county are the Killdeer Mountains, which are more accurately described as hills.