POMEROY — The Meigs County Commissioners approved agenda items and listened to resident concerns during last week’s regular meeting.
The commissioners approved three appointments to the MR/DD Board. Appointed were Deborah Dingey and Carly Hayes, terms running Jan. 1, 2013 to Dec. 31, 2016, and Melody Weese, filling an unexpired term running through Dec. 31, 2014.
The commissioners approved a force account resolution regarding the Meigs County Highway Department.
The force account resolution reads as follows:
Whereas, the Board of County Commissioners has decided that the health, welfare, and safety of the people of Meigs County can best and most efficiently be served by the “Force Account” in matters pertaining to the construction, reconstruction, improvement, maintenance, or repair of the Meigs County roads, bridges, and culverts; and
Therefore, be it resolved, that the Board of County Commissioners of Meigs County, does hereby authorize the Meigs County Engineer in the construction, reconstruction, improvement, maintenance, or repair of roads, bridges, and culverts in Meigs County to use existing county employee forces and proceed by “Force Account” as the county engineer may determine during the year 2013.
A certificate of recognition was approved for a child who resides in Scioto County who saved his foster family and their dog from a fire.
Brenda Neutzling spoke to the commissioners about concern over snow and ice removal at the annex building.
The commissioners approved a proposal for basketball equipment at the Rutland Civic Center from BSN Sports.