SIDNEY — The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office will get a new vehicle and Fair Haven will purchase a generator following action by the Shelby County Commissioners during recent meetings.
The commissioners approved the vehicle purchase at a cost of $45,005.40. The generator will cost $56,274.
In other business, the commissioners:
• Approved a payment of $137,992.15 to Base Construction Technologies for the 2015 Wells Road reclamation project.
• Proclaimed Sept. 18 as Shelby County Veterans Day. The proclamation was read at the send-off for the Vets to DC trip on that day.
• Approved a county recorder’s request to set the fee per recorded document at $7 for 2016.
• Accepted a proposal from Slagle Mechanical to replace two water coolers at the courthouse at a cost of $1,846.
• Accepted a proposal from Midwest Maintenance to repair the west gable pediment of courthouse at a cost of $29,810.
• Passed resolutions declaring opposition to State Issue 3 and support for State Issues 1 and 2 on the November ballot.
• Certified to the county auditor the annual assessment for the Aquifier Preservation Subdistrict of the Miami Conservancy District for tax year 2015 to be collected in 2016.
• Entered into lease agreement with Sidney City Schools for use of property adjacent to fairgrounds.
• Approved release of $1,444.32 of permissive license fees to the village of Kettlersville for street repair.
• Re-appointed Kelly Albers to the Shelby County Board of Developmental Disabilities for the term effective Jan. 1.
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