The Coshocton County Beacon January 10, 2018 - Page 5

THE BEACON 5 www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com JANUARY 10, 2018 Commissioners discuss personnel issues Staff | Beacon COSHOCTON – Th e Coshocton County Commissioners met in executive session on Wednesday, Jan. 3 with Nic Carey of Coshocton County Coordinated Transporta- tion to discuss personnel offi ce reorganization. Th e commissioners also reviewed and approved the following: • A motion to approve a blanket meeting request for the Department of Job and Family Services staff to attend meetings, trainings, and seminars for the 2018 calendar year • Receive the dog warden’s report for the week ending Dec. 25, 2017 with 10 dogs picked up by the warden, three dogs brought in as strays, three dogs destroyed, 42 dog licenses sold, nine dogs sold, six dogs redeemed, two dogs per owner surrendered, $30 in boarding fees collected, seven citations issued, 25 calls handled, for a total of $824 in fees collected • A motion to approve the staff development policy for calendar year 2018 for the Coshocton County Juvenile/ Probate Court as submitted by Judge Van Blanchard • A motion to approve a blanket meeting request for the Coshocton County Juvenile/Probate Court staff to attend meetings, trainings, and seminars for the 2018 calendar year • A motion to award the hay production at the coun- ty-owned property at hydrologic station to Matthew A. Stein, Stein Farms, LLC, Fresno, OH with a bid of $14,000 annually. • A motion to approve a blanket meeting request for the Coshocton County Sheriff ’s Offi ce to attend meet- ings, trainings, and seminars for the 2018 calendar year • Receive the monthly transport expense report for the months of September through December of 2017 from Sheriff Tim Rogers • A motion to approve a blanket meeting request for the Coshocton County Treasurer and staff to attend meetings directly related to the offi ce and the CTAO for the 2018 calendar year. Expenses not to exceed the budgeted line item Open to the Public Fri., Jan. 12 th • 6pm to 7:30pm Adults $10 • Children $8 COSHOCTON ELKS FAMILY FISH FRY 434 Chestnut St. Coshocton WE HAVE YOU COVERED! • SAND • FILL DIRT • TOP SOIL • LIMESTONE • CRUSHED GRAVEL • WASHED GRAVEL • PLASTIC CULVERT PIPE • SAND STONE RIP RAP • Receive the mortgage report for the month of De- cember from Susan J. Turner, Coshocton County Recorder • A motion to approve a blanket meeting request for the Coshocton County Auditor and staff to attend meet- ings and trainings for the auditor’s offi ce for the 2018 calendar year. Expenses not to exceed the budgeted li ne item • A motion to approve a blanket meeting request for the Coshocton County Clerk of Courts and staff to at- tend meetings and trainings for the clerk’s offi ce for the 2018 calendar year. Expenses not to exceed the budget- ed line item • A motion to approve a blanket meeting request for Judge Robert J. Batchelor, Common Pleas Court Judge to attend meetings and educational training required to fulfi ll his duties for the 2018 calendar year. Expenses not to exceed the budgeted line item • A motion to approve a blanket meeting request for Tammi Rogers, Program Manager and Education Spe- cialist, Coshocton County Recycling & Litter Prevention, to attend meetings and trainings for the 2018 calendar year. Expenses not to exceed the budgeted line item • A motion to approve a blanket meeting request for the Coshocton County Recorder and staff to attend meetings and trainings for the recorder’s offi ce for the 2018 calendar year. Expenses not to exceed the budget- ed line item • A motion to sign a memorandum of understanding between CCCTA and Signature Health Care of Coshoc- ton. Th is agreement will be in force from Dec. 22, 2017 through Dec. 22, 2018 requested by Nic Carey, mobility manager, CCCTA • A motion to sign the Th omas Farm Subdivision (private road) plat. A two lot, private road subdivision located on TR 173 in White Eyes Township, on property owned by J. Scott and Vickie J. Th omas, auditor’s parcel identifi cation number 042000004601 as recommended by Fredrick T. Wachtel, regional planning director. Meadow View Bargains Hardware - Tools - Housewares Baby Items - Toys 4151 CR 59, Baltic, OH 43804 1 Mile West of New Bedford 740.824.5251 Delivery Available Monday-Friday 7:00-5:00 27679 SR 206, Walhonding NEW WINTER HOURS: Mon 8-7; Tues-Wed, Fri 8-5; Sat 8-12 Thurs & Sun Closed l 330-600-0416 11-20-83 to 1-12-16 We thought of you today but that was nothing new. We thought about you yesterday and the day before that too. We think of you in silence we often speak your name. Your memory is a keepsake from which we’ll never part. Surplus Merchandise l We wi sed o l c e b . 6th Jan Nickolas Fortune All we have are memories and a picture in a frame. INVENTORY CHANGES OFTEN! L C O. S A N D & G R AV E Y E L L A V G IN D WA L H O N I n L o v In g M eMory God has you in his arms and we have you in our hearts. Loved and missed by, Jack, Sue, Michele, Skii and Preston 0012_011018