2016-07-07 / Local & State

County Takes Care Of Routine Business


At their regular weekly meeting Tuesday, July 5, Fulton County commissioners Stuart Ulsh, Rodney McCray and Pete Lynch saw to a number of routine county business matters.

An Application for County Aid submitted by Licking Creek Township requesting $3,738.39 for general road maintenance, including paving, was approved. The work is estimated to cost $10,000.

Bedford County commissioners Josh Lang, Barry Dallara and S. Paul Crooks, in a telephone conference with commissioners Ulsh, McCray and Lynch, discussed the formation of a joint steering committee for the Pike-2- Pike project

The commissioners met with building & grounds director Brad Seville about Fulton County Food Basket maintenance performance and pest control at county buildings and, along with Seville, participated in a webinar hosted by Daniel Enron of Dude Solutions, a company that analyzes building structures and maintenance costs per day.

At a meeting held in the Services for Children conference room they signed a 2016-17 Human Services Block Grant application for $695,667 to provide services for mental health, disabilities, drug and alcohol, child welfare special grants, homeless assistance and the human services development fund.

They also signed a purchase of service agreement on behalf of Fulton County Services for Children and/or Fulton County Juvenile Probation Department with Alternative Behavior Consultants.

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