Commissioners to consider resolutions and financial appropriations Thursday morning
[Tiffin, OH – Feb. 8, 2022] – The Seneca County Board of Commissioners is to meet at 10 a.m. Thursday at its office, 111 Madison St.
The session will be hosted in person, but there will be an online viewing option made available to the public. The meeting will be streamed on Zoom and on Facebook Live, but a different experience will be offered on each platform.
Those interested in participating in the session during the public comment portion must join via Zoom. Those who are not interested in participating will be able to view a higher-quality broadcast on Facebook Live. The Facebook feed will include graphics and multiple camera angles.
Here is how to join:
Participants may also join the Zoom meeting by dialing (312) 626-6799 and using the following information:
Meeting ID: 925 9523 0790
Viewers may switch between the two platforms at any time, and the Facebook broadcast will include a link to the Zoom session during the public comment portion of the meeting.
In new business, the board is to consider:
* A $100,000 appropriation adjustment to the American Rescue Plan Act Fund for equipment, and another to the same line in the amount of $2,000,000 for contract services.
* A resolution authorizing a $5,170.80 fund transfer to the Targeted Community Alternatives to Prison (TCAP) Fund. The money is being moved from the General Special Projects Fund.
* Adopting the Seneca County Investment Advisory Committee’s investment policy and designating Seneca County Treasurer Paul Harrison as the investment authority.
* Electing to take the “standard allowance” of as much as $10 million as the amount of revenue loss under Section 603(c)(1)(C) of the American Rescue Plan.
* Entering into an agreement with Ice Miller Whiteboard, LLC for the broadband strategic plan.
* An agreement with Thomas P. Miller and Associates, LLC, for professional services.
* The capital assets accounting polices for financial reporting presented by the Seneca County Auditor’s Office, effective Jan. 1, 2021, to replace the current capital assets policy.
* A contract with North Central Ohio Regional Council of Governments (NCORcog).