Seneca County commissioners are to meet 9 a.m. today at the commissioners’ office, 111 Madison St., for a work session followed by a regular meeting.
The work session is dedicated to the discussion of digitizing county records and document storage. Countywide officials are to discuss the future of 81 Jefferson St., which is being used to store records.
In old business, commissioners are to discuss the joint justice center, the board of elections relocation and renovation, a local branding initiative and a capital project transfer.
During new business, commissioners are to discuss a County Commissioners Association of Ohio meeting.
The board also is to consider:
• An $88,600 fund advance repayment from the CDBG Fund to the General Fund.
• A $21,600 supplemental appropriation to the Public Assistance Fund.
• Amending the Seneca Crawford transportation contract on behalf of Seneca County Department of Job and Family Services.
• Amending an agreement with Interstate Gas Supply Inc. initially signed May 29, 2014.
• Disposing of unneeded, obsolete or unfit county-owned property — a 2006 Arctic Cat four-wheeler on behalf of Seneca Conservation District.
• Purchasing a 2017 Ford Transit on behalf of Seneca County Veterans Services Office.
• Approving the Mosquito Control Grant Agreement with Ohio EPA administered by Seneca Regional Planning Commission.
• Placing a levy on the ballot in an upcoming election on behalf of Seneca County Commission on Aging.
Also during the meeting, commissioners are to hear from Melissa Bodey, of County Employee Benefits Consortium of Ohio, and Jeff Kramer, project manager for Stantec, to discuss work at Seneca County Airport.