Commissioners to act on personnel, a grant application and more Thursday
Lycoming County commissioners are expected to take action purchase agreements and a personnel hiring at their regular meeting this week.
At Tuesday’s work session, commissioners approved a grant application for $87,771 with the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency to support law enforcement efforts to prepare for and respond to the coronavirus.
A purchase of software for $47,247 from Logistic System Inc. for the 911 Center was approved.
Commissioners also voted to accept an agreement with David A. Smith Printing, Inc. to handle mailing and production of the county’s mail-in and absentee ballots for the November election.
Commissioners are scheduled to consider bids for food products at the their Thursday meeting.
Also to be considered by commissioners will be the purchase of two commercial mowers from Cub Cadet for $33,598 for the county landfill, an agreement with Diakon Family Life Services for specialized in-home treatment services for juvenile probation, and a contract to purchase furniture for the adult probation office.
The hiring of a chief juvenile probation officer at a salary of $72,000 will likely be on the agenda.
The position has been held by Ed Robbins who is retiring.
David A. Goodwin is being considered for the position.