POMEROY — During Thursday’s weekly meeting, the Meigs County Commissioners approved bids for three projects, and opened bids on another.
The commissioners approved a bid from PSI Construction of Pomeroy for the Meigs Local Enrichment Foundation playground equipment. The bid was in the amount of $17,450.
The bid for the Racine Village Drainage Project Two was approved for D.V. Weber Construction upon the recommendation of Racine Village officials. The bid by the Reedsville based company was for $35,042, the lowest of the four bids received.
Also approved was the bid from Ron Evans Enterprise, LLC, for the Racine Septic Repair/Replacement project. The bid was for $18,950.
The commissioners opened the lone bid for Meigs Soil and Water Conservation Waterless Latrine Project. The only bid received was from PSI Construction for the amount of $34,400. The bid will be sent to the Conservation District for review before the bid can be awarded.
Four contracts were signed by the commissioners on behalf of Meigs County Job and Family Services. The contracts included one with the Meigs County Prosecuting Attorney Services, Clerk of Courts, Common Pleas Court/Magistrate Services, and Juvenile Court, for the Meigs County Child Support Enforcement Agency.
All four contracts run from January 1, 2012 through December 31, 2012. Each contract states that the provider agrees to accept 66 percent of the total contract amount as payment in full.
The contract with Juvenile Court is in the amount of $41,612.60; the contract with Common Pleas Court/Magistrate Services is for $47,435; the contract with the Clerk of Courts is for $32,895.97; and the contract with the Prosecuting Attorney Services is for $16,545.28. Each contract will be paid at 66 percent of the contract price.
The Commissioners acknowledged Vicki Morrow, an employee of the Soil and Water Office, who will be retiring.
Present at the meeting were Commissioners Michael Bartrum, Tim Ihle, and Tom Anderson, clerk Gloria Kloes and grants administrator Jean Trussell.