HANDLING BUSINESS OF THE COUNTY … Williams County Commissioners Terry Rummel and Lew Hilkert were busy signing paperwork on Thursday, September 29, 2022 but not too busy to catch one that needed to be held back for more discussion. They agreed that the door leading back to some offices in the East Annex building needs to be made handicap accessible but decided to hold off on signing approval until they can have further discussion and get viewpoints on whether wireless or wired is better. (PHOTO BY REBECCA MILLER, STAFF)
By: Rebecca Miller
Williams County Commissioners approved the following at the Thursday, September 29, 2022 General Session:
-Resolution 252 Supplemental Appropriations (a few items on the list of appropriations were: $13,500 for Consulting agreement; $270 for winter uniforms needed for security team for Williams County Common Pleas Court; and transfer of $10,950 from Capital Projects Hillside to Capital Assets-Building Improvement for Hillside Country Living)
-Resolution 253 Disposal of unused property, holding a value less than $2500, on behalf of sheriff’s office
-Resolution 254 entering into a service contract on behalf of EMS for servicing of all Stryker and Physio equipment currently owned by Williams CountyEMS, not to exceed $9,394, agreement from May 1, 2022 -May 1, 2026
-Resolution 255 entering into a Revolving Loan Fund Contract and loan agreement with Hometown Meat Market, LLC located in Pioneer, Ohio, for the purpose of the purchase of machinery and equipment that will be utilized and for creation of three new full time equivalent employees. The loan is in the amount of $64,000.
-Resolution 256 entering into a consulting agreement on behalf of commissioners – On September 22, 2022, the Board of Williams County Commissioners reached out and requested a consultant firm to review/analyze Williams CountyDepartment of Job and Family Services. On September 27, 2022 the Commissioners received a Consulting Agreement between the Commissioners and Interconnections Consulting, LLC for the purpose of analyzing Williams County JFS current operations and procedures at a cost not to exceed $13,500; term of agreement from date signed through December 31, 2022.
-Also igned presented: Certificate of Substantial completion in regards to Project #3-2022 – 2022 Asphalt Paving Program; quote from Elite Door in regards to the door that leads down the hallway beside commissioner’s office (this was not signed and was set aside for further discussion concerning whether to have it wired or wireless to open for handicap accessibility); travel request for Kellie Gray to attend Fall CTAO Conference; credit card appropriations for commissioner’s office for October 2022; Dog Warden Weekly Report for September 19-25, 2022; Health Insurance Cost letters for elected officials and department heads
-Minutes of Sept. 26, 2022 and payment of bills
With no further business, the meeting adjourned.
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