POMEROY — The Meigs County Commissioners approved the retirement of a long-time employee and other agenda items during last week’s meeting.
A resolution was approved for the retirement of Keith Little as the Environmental Director and Sanitation Director for the Meigs County Health Department. Little has worked at the health department since 1985.
The resolution also congratulated him on his retirement.
Samuel Bruce May was reappointed to the Library Board on the recommendation of Library Director Kristi Eblin. His term will be from Jan. 1, 2013 to Dec. 31, 2019.
Lauren Smalley, a representative of the Public Utilities Commission, spoke with the commissioners about educating people about their options when shopping for the most economical electric company.
A public viewing and public hearing was held regarding the vacating of right-of-way in Dudley’s Addition in Pageville. There were no negative comments, but Meigs County Engineer Eugene Triplett felt it best to confer with the prosecutor due to complicated landowner situations.
Commissioner Tim Ihle noted that the courthouse will officially be open until noon on Dec. 24, although some offices may be closed the entire day at the discretion of the department head. He recommended anyone planning to come to the courthouse to call first to see if the office is open.
The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) sent notification of a bridge replacement over Mud Fork Road, during which Ohio 692 will be used as a detour for 45 days beginning June 10, 2013.
Appointments to the Area Agency on Aging District 8 and the Buckeye Hills-Hocking Valley Regional Development District will be made after the first of the year.
Appropriation adjustments were approved as follows, $592.98 from A009-C03 to A009-C06, Veterans Service; $92.32 from A009-C08 to A009-C06, Veterans Service; $500.67 from A109-C06 to A009-C06, Veterans Services; $93.12 from A409-C09 to A009-C06, Veterans Services; $2.00 from A009-C01 to A009-C06, Veterans Services; $3,973.96 from A009-D01 to A009-C06, Veterans Services; $528 from A009-D02 to A009-C06, Veterans Services; $860.86 from A009-E02 to A009-C06, Veterans Services; $2,970.19 from Certified Unappropriated Funds to A006-A07, Training, Sheriff; and $4,665 from Certified Unappropriated Funds to A006-A06, Contract Services, Sheriff.
Notice was received by the commissioners that Joseph Freeman American Legion Post 0476 in Salem Township is applying for a new D4 liquor license.