Commissioners act on contracts and services
Lycoming County commissioners acted on a number of agreements for services and other needs during their meeting Tuesday.
Commissioners approved the North Central Pa. Task Force Mutual Aid and Intergovernmental Cooperation Agreement.
The contract calls for the addition of Northumberland, Montour and Columbia counties to the task force.
Keystone Communications was given the go ahead for maintenance and support services for emergency radio transmissions with the Department of Public Safety.
An amendment to an agreement was approved with Cleveland Brothers Equipment Co., Inc. for maintenance work on an as-need basis at the county landfill.
Commissioners also accepted an agreement with Davis-Ulmer Sprinkler Co. Inc. for service of the recycling center’s fire detection and alarms systems.
Commissioners are expected to take action on a number of matters at their Thursday meeting including personnel replacements for the positions in the Departments of Public Safety, Resource Management Services, Planning and Community Development, and the court system.
Also expected to be acted upon are a $3,000 grant monitoring agreement with the Lycoming Police Camp Cadet Foundation Inc. and a $25,000 grant for law enforcement and police training.
Commissioners will consider requests to extend termination agreements until April 30 for three municipal Community Development Block Grant projects.
The projects are Jersey Shore Meadow Alley reconstruction, Montoursville curb cuts and Montgomery sewer lateral repairs.
Commissioners will likely act on bids for tires and tire repair work for the county landfill.
Commissioners took no action Tuesday on a request to accept a grant for flood mitigation assistance and purchase of a property.
The property along Warrensville Road, is located in the floodway.