Commissioners to consider security upgrades at public safety building

Seneca County commissioners are to discuss security upgrades for the Public Safety Building, 126 Hopewell Ave., when they meet at 10 a.m. Thursday at their office, 111 Madison St.

Potential upgrades include new security cameras and installation of a key fob system. Last week, the commissioners learned cameras would cost about $13,500 and the fobs about $20,000.

The upgrades to be considered are intended to improve overall security at the building, which houses Seneca County EMS and EMA and an emergency operations center.

The commissioners are to consider:

• A $13,624 supplemental appropriation to the Targeted Community Alternatives to Prison Grant Fund.

• A $16,576 fund transfer from the General Fund to the Capital Improvement Fund.

• Entering into a contract with Unilliance Inc., of Oak Harbor, for the 2019 county chip seal project at a bid of $584,276.50.

• Entering into a contract with R. Renegade Co. for window repairs/storm windows at the Seneca County Museum.

• Entering into a contract with Appraisal Research Corp. on behalf of the Seneca County Auditor’s Office.

• Disposal of a 2000 GMC van on behalf of CROSSWAEH.

• An amendment to a contract with Patchworks House Inc. on behalf of the Seneca County Department of Job and Family Services.