2009-04-30 / Local & State

Commissioners

County Conducts Routine Business
By Chanin Rotz-Mountz STAFF WRITER

The Fulton County commissioners approved several requests Tuesday for Liquid Fuel funding allotments for 2009 and signed off on multiple payment requests in connection with ongoing renovations at the Fulton County Library.

Liquid Fuel funding in the amount of $1,100 was approved as requested by the Wells Township Board of Supervisors, while the Ayr Township Board of Supervisors is scheduled to receive $3,400 in funding for roadway projects.

In addition, Chairman Bonnie Mellott Keefer was given authorization to sign off on two payment requests from Eagle Construction Co. in the amounts of $9,297.08 and $54,230.33. The money is associated with the sprinkler contract and general contract with the construction project at the Fulton County Library.

Wayne MacDonald was appointed by the commissioners to serve a term of office on the Fulton Industrial Development Authority Board.

A revision was approved for the 2008 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) contract. With the approved changes, the Dublin Township Board of Supervisors will receive $187,267 for the sewer project in the village of Burnt Cabins. In addition, the Area Agency on Aging will get $1,175, and program administration has been allotted $39,929 through CDBG.

Doug Hill, executive director for the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania (CCAP) met with the commissioners on reimbursements available for the district attorney's office, tax reform and the SURE voter registration system.

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