2018-08-09 / Local & State

County Signs Joints Resolution For 911 Regionalization Funds

With Bedford, Blair, Cambria, Centre, Huntingdon and Somerset counties
By Cassidy Pittman
STAFF WRITER

A joint resolution between the boards of commissioners of Bedford, Blair, Cambria, Centre, Fulton, Huntingdon, and Somerset in support of an application for a Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency grant was signed by Fulton County commissioners Pete Lynch, Stuart Ulsh, and Rodney McCray at their weekly meeting July 31. The grant application is asking for $4,968,843.01 in funding for the counties’ joint 9-1-1 Regionalization efforts.

Seleen Shives, Conservation District manager, met with commissioners regarding several matters, including issues that arose at the recycling center on July 29. They also discussed a potential electronics recycling event in October, but an exact date has not been set. Due to lack of funds, there will not be a household waste recycle day this year. There will be a recycling update made to township officials at their annual convention on Oct. 8.

After a recommendation from President Judge Van Horn, the commissioners approved the transfer of Lanette Deneen from the probation office to the Office Deputy 1 position at Magisterial District Judge Heming’s office in Needmore effective Aug. 6.

The commissioners approved a McConnell Park lease agreement between the county of Fulton and Pleasant Ridge Church of the Nazarene for Aug. 26 through Aug. 31 for a community church service, including music. In addition, approval was given for use of the park on Mondays at 8 a.m. July 13 through Aug. 20.

Also approved was an endorsement of a purchase of service agreement (PSA) between Fulton County and Professional Family Care Services, effective July 1, 2018-June 30, 2019; a PSA between the county and Fulton County Family Partnership (FCFP), effective July 1, 2018- June 30, 2019; a PSA between the county and The Children’s Aid Society of Franklin County, effective July 1, 2018-June 30, 2019; and an endorsement of a non-placement PSA between the county and FCFP effective July 1, 2018-June 30, 2019.

Lastly, the commissioners approved an engagement letter dated July 23, 2018, between the county and Zelenkofske Axelrod in the amount of $27,770 for the annual external audit, and $2,980 for the Medical Assistance Transportation Program (MATP) agreed upon procedures. However, the MATP audit will be performed in 2019.

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