Seneca County Commissioners hold last meeting of the year
By Sheri Trusty, Seneca County Media Relations Coordinator
TIFFIN — Although the holiday created a short week for the Seneca County Commissioners, they still stayed engaged in the community. The commissioners talked about the events and meetings they attended during the Dec. 28 commissioners’ meeting.
Among other activities, Commissioner Tyler Shuff attended a Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership (TSEP) meeting, and Shuff and Commissioner Bill Frankart attended TSEP’s Holiday Gathering at Coastal Swing Golf & Bar. Frankart and his family volunteered at the NOAH community dinner on Christmas Day, and he attended a budget commission meeting. Commissioner Anthony Paradiso was part of the large crowd that gathered for the swearing-in of Tiffin’s new mayor, Lee Wilkinson.
Seneca County Commissioner Anthony Paradiso, center, congratulates
Tiffin’s new mayor, Lee Wilkinson, right, and his wife, Susan Wilkinson, at the
mayor’s swearing-in ceremony on Dec. 27.
Paradiso announced that temporary accommodations were delivered to Green Springs which will house EMS personnel during building renovations.
“We’re taking over on Jan. 1, so everything is on track there,” Paradiso said.
Seneca County Auditor Julie Adkins attended the commissioners’ meeting. Adkins’ office will assume sewer district billing on Jan. 1. Bills may be paid in person in the Auditor’s Office at 109 S. Washington St., or they can be paid online. To make an online payment, visit www.senecacountyauditor.org and click on the “Info” tab in the upper right corner. Scroll down to the “Sewer District” tab for information.
The Seneca County Auditor’s Office is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
In other business, the commissioners approved three supplemental appropriations.
The Seneca County Commissioners wish everyone a Happy New Year.