POMEROY — The Meigs County Commissioners approved several agenda items during last week’s regular meeting.
A request was approved from the Meigs County Engineer’s Office to certify and appropriate $22,859 of FEMA funds into account B087-B01, FEMA Project Reimbursement.
A request for funds from Meigs Soil and Water Conservation District was approved for the special fund recycling account in the amount of $45,000.
Meigs County 9-1-1 Director Doug Lavender complimented county employee Ed Werry for his work with the Location Based Response System currently being put in place to help with house numbers in the county. The system will be utilized by 9-1-1 to help locate homes.
Lavender also noted that it is important to have accurate, visible house numbers at the residence to assist emergency responders with locating homes.
Appointments were made for positions in Meigs County Court by Judge Steven Story.
A bond was established for Angie Bissell, clerk to county court judge, in the amount of $3,000. A bond was established for Chris Shank in the amount of $20,000.
Bills were paid in the amount of $460,144.90, with $32,106.30 from the county general fund. Minutes of the previous meeting were also approved.
Present at the meeting were commissioners Tim Ihle, Randy Smith and Michael Bartrum, Clerk Gloria Kloes and Lavender.