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Commissioners offering live video, call for meeting Thursday

Two bid openings and financial business are on the agenda for this week’s Seneca County commissioners meeting. The public is invited to attend the meeting electronically.

The commissioners plan to meet in person at 10 a.m. Thursday at their office, but ask the public not attend the live meeting due to the governor’s stay-at-home order now in effect to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

To maintain accessibility, the meeting is to be recorded, archived and streamed live through Zoom. Residents can join the Zoom meeting by computer or mobile device at zoom.us/j/449239893. Residents also can download the Zoom meeting app and join the meeting by using the ID 449 239 893.

Anyone who would rather call in and listen to the audio of the meeting while it’s occurring can dial (646) 558-8656.

Residents are asked to join the meeting 5-10 minutes before it begins.

For more information, email Public Relations Coordinator Jimmy Flint at jflint@senecacountyohio.gov, or call (419) 447-4550.

At 10 a.m., a bid opening is to take place for two, eight-passenger, four-wheelchair vans for the Seneca County Opportunity Center, and at 10:15 a.m., a bid opening is planned for the county engineer’s 2020 pavement resurfacing project, which includes work on CR 32, 34, 52, 54 and 594.

The commissioners are to consider:

•An $89,032 supplemental appropriation to the General Fund in the transfers out line.

•An $89,032 fund transfer to the Soil and Water Fund.

•A $1,775 supplemental appropriation to the Juvenile Program and Services Fund for contract repairs.

•A $9,400 fund advance from the General Fund to the county Community Development Block Grant Fund.

•A $65,503.50 fund transfer to the Public Assistance Fund.

•Authorizing a reduced speed zone on CR 50 in Adrian.

•Accepting the farm lease bid and entering into an agreement with Fred Schoen for one year. Schoen, of Republic, bid $288.50 per acre for roughly 147 acres of county-owned agricultural land in Eden Township.

•Setting time, date and place to receive bids for the 2020 Chip Seal Project for roads.

•Authorizing the board to enter into a contract with Prestress Services Industries of Ohio.

•Accepting the bid from Rush Truck Centers of Ohio for a 64-passenger school bus on behalf of the Opportunity Center.

•Authorizing a contract with Cornerstone Historical Building Restoration for restoration work at the Seneca County Museum’s Carriage House.

•Authorizing the IV-D service contract between common pleas courts I and II, the juvenile court clerk and magistrate, the county clerk of courts and the county on behalf of Seneca County Department of Job and Family Services.

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