Commission approves court renewal | News, Sports, Jobs – The Sentinel

LEWISTOWN – Mifflin County commissioners on Thursday approved change orders for the ongoing Courthouse Annex project in Lewistown.

Replacement orders totaled $ 3,361.31 – $ 326.02 for changes to the fences between the annex building and an adjoining property and $ 3,035.29 for the installation of a new connection that required repairers to pay contractors for work related to a crack in the main sewer under Third Street. system. The change order was requested to be paid by the contractor and the county said it would discuss the return from the neighborhood and / or Lewistown City Authority.

Commissioners Kevin Kodish and Robert Postal approved the motion. The postcard, as vice president, held a meeting because President Mark Sunderland was away.

In other matters, the commissioners:

¯ Approved 2020 tax exemption portion of county portion: McVeytown Borough Tax Collector Brooke Knable-four petition; Newton Hamilton Borough Tax Collector Melody Kane an application; Wayne Township Tax Collector Mary Ellen Reed — eight applications.

¯ Karen G. Muir, with Esquire, approved the purchase agreement for services from January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2021, from January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2021, from January 1, 2021, to December 31, 2021, as a judge appointed as a foster parent counselor.

¯ The Mifflin County Co-Responders Program Fellowship Agreement was approved with the Community Services Group with Sunbury for the training of first aid in mental health from October 1, 2020 to September 30, 2021, in the amount of $ 1,900.

¯ Approved an agreement with the Juniata Valley Tri-County Drug and Alcohol Abuse Commission for the Coordination of Services from December 7, 2020 to September 29, 2021, to provide a grant of $ 38,792 for housing up to 10 people. Due to statewide changes, the grant was re-approved, but the program has been running for the past two years. The grant reimburses staff for time spent in the program.

¯ It has accepted an offer of $ 1,000 for the four largest bids received for plot number 01.15-0308 at Lewistown Borough, which is currently in the Unsold Goods Store.

¯ Rejected a $ 10 bid for plot 02.01-0304 in Lewistown Borough, which is currently an unsold warehouse. It was the only offer received.

¯ A bid of $ 950 has been accepted for three bids for plot number 16.23-0157, located in the town of Derry, which is currently in the repository of unsold properties.

¯ An offer of $ 200 has been approved for Plot No. 16.42-0048 in Derry Township, which is currently the warehouse of unsold goods. It was the only offer received.

¯ A bid of $ 2,100 has been accepted, the highest bid received for lot 19-0233 in Granville Township, currently in the unsold goods warehouse.

¯ Offer of $ 24,999.99 has been accepted as the highest bid received for Plot 11-0106 No. 19 in Oliver Township, an unsold warehouse.

¯ SAVIN (State Automated Victim Information and Notification System) approved a maintenance and service agreement with the Pennsylvania District Attorney’s Institute from January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2021.

¯ A memorandum of understanding with the Pennsylvania State Department was approved for the provision of multi-state information sharing and analysis center Albert Sensors at no cost.

¯ The hiring of part-time corrective officers Graham Dicken and Kelly Smith was approved on January 4th.

¯ It was approved on January 4 to move Lance Dressler from part-time to full-time correction officer.

¯ Cassandra Prince agreed to move from Caseworker II to Caseworker III in the children’s and youth department, effective January 11th.

The next regular meeting of Mifflin County Commissioners is scheduled for January 21 at 9:00 p.m.

Today’s latest news and more in your inbox