By: Anna Wozniak
THE VILLAGE REPORTER
The Williams County Commissioners had a slower week, meeting on Monday and Thursday for general session.
Monday saw the approval of Resolution 23-252 and the bills as presented, while Thursday saw the approval of Resolutions 23-253, 23-254, and 23-255, the Dog Warden Report for August 14-20, a Courthouse Square permit for Never Let Go Ministries, a right of way work permit for Maple Street in Kunkle, more time for Project 4-2023 to allow for obtaining a state permit for the salt barn, a warranty safety inspection acknowledgement, and a letter from Sheriff Kochert.
Resolution 23-252 approved appropriations for JFS and Williams County Soil and Water Conservation.
Resolution 23-253 approved appropriations for the Williams County EMS, Engineers’ Office, Hillside Country Living, IT Department, and Veterans Office.
Resolution 23–254 approved a fire alarm testing and servicing agreement for the courthouse, and Resolution 23-255 approved the roster for the subcommittee on Round 38.
The minutes from both the August 17 and 21 sessions were approved on Thursday, as were the bills as presented before the Williams County Commissioners went into executive session.
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