Meeting Release

Pre-meeting release for 7/28 session

Commissioners to congratulate triple state track champion, meet with new Tiffin Mayor

[Tiffin, OH – July 26, 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 still 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
Passcode: 453802
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.
At about 10:05 a.m., newly appointed Tiffin Mayor Dawn Iannantuono is to visit the meeting so the board can congratulate her on her new position as she completes the term of former Mayor Aaron Montz.
At about 10:15 a.m., a representative from First Energy/Ohio Edison is to join the session for an annual update and to answer any questions the board has.
The commissioners have an executive session scheduled for 10:45 a.m. and a work session scheduled for 11 a.m. The work session is to be focused on the county’s capital projects list.
In March, county administrative staff presented a list of about 35 prioritized capital project requests to the commissioners. The list was created after County Administrator Stacy Wilson and County Building & Grounds Maintenance Supervisor John Logsdon presented 114 project requests to the commissioners earlier in the year. Of the 114, 68 had price estimates equaling more than $15 million.
The board previously agreed to move forward with the top 10 projects on the list, including the top priority, the construction of a new Agricultural Services Building. On Thursday the board will continue to discuss the priority list and how it has changed, while also discussing updates on previously approved capital projects that are currently underway and deciding what other projects could receive funding.
At about noon, the commissioners are to congratulate Hopewell-Loudon graduate and standout athlete Sherron Jones with a proclamation for winning three state championships in Track. Jones was victorious in the 100, 200 and 400-meter races at the state meet earlier this year.
In new business, the board is to consider:
* A $207.84 supplemental appropriation to the County Sewer District Fund.
* A $1,731.75 supplemental appropriation to the General Fund.
* A $20,000 supplemental appropriation to the Maintenance and Repair Fund for stone.
* A $600 supplemental appropriation to the DLQ Care and Custody Fund for other expenses.
* A $2,200 supplemental appropriation to the General Fund for a transfer to Public Assistance.
* A $2,000 supplemental appropriation to the General Fund for equipment.
* A $6,032.40 supplemental appropriation to the General Fund.
* A fund transfer to the Public Assistance Fund.
* A bid with Erie Blacktop, Inc. for the 2022 CR 24 pavement resurfacing project.
* The 20-percent administrative fee for the Revolving Loan Fund, retroactive to Jan. 1, 2021, to be distributed to Seneca Regional Planning Commission.