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Local firms win contracts for Garden building renovations

Commissioners remember Bud Yost

LOCK HAVEN — Two local firms were awarded bids by the Clinton County commissioners for materials for renovations to the county’s Garden Building at Thursday’s meeting.

A bid of $47,454.97 was awarded to Your Building Center for building materials, and for electrical materials, a bid was awarded to Denney Electric in the amount of $7,635.84.

“It was a rather complicated bid in how it was put out. County chief clerk Jann Meyers worked with our solicitor to review the bids and that is why the resolution is the way it is,” explained commissioner Jeff Snyder.

The renovations are planned on the second floor, specifically for the probation department.

The board also took a moment to honor and remember former county commissioner Harold “Bud” Yost, who passed away on Tuesday.

“It was with great sorrow that we learned of the passing of Bud Yost. Although we did not serve side-by-side with Bud in the role of commissioner, we did know Bud personally and thought highly of him as a fellow public servant,” Snyder said. “We know of him as a local athletic phenomenon, as a business owner and hard worker. We knew of his record of public service, having served as mayor of Lock Haven and two terms as commissioner. It is an honor to offer our sincere and heartfelt sympathy to the members of his family.”

In other action, the board approved:

∫ The transfer of IV-D funds in the amount of $33,836 to the General Fund for March 2019 reimbursement of expenses and the transfer of IV-D funds in the amount of $9,964 for supplemental payment for the quarter ending March 31.

∫ An on-the-job training contract with the Central PA Workforce Development Corporation for Matthew Heydrich, newly hired employee at the Clinton County Correctional Facility and an unpaid leave of absence for Susan Muthler, computer operator in the assessment office, effective August 12.

∫ Payment of county bills in the amount of $1,079,451.50 for two weeks since June 27, 2019.

Bill invoices over $10,000 included:

∫ Payment of $16,666.66 to Annie Halenbake Ross Library for May and June 2019 allocation.

∫ Payment of $35,100.86 to Aramark for food service at the Clinton County Correctional Facility.

∫ Payment of $32,187.50 to Central Counties Youth Center for local match for the period of July 1 to September 30, 2019.

∫ Payment of $42,259.15 to Clinton County Children and Youth for quarterly reimbursement.

∫ Payment of $18,642.06 to Comcast for three months of county wide internet.

∫ Payment of $10,425 to Crossroads Counseling for professional services.

∫ Payment of $281,975.03 to Delaware Valley Health Insurance Trust for health insurance.

∫ Payment of $21,122.81 to DVHIT for HRA for the period of May 2019.

∫ Payment of $10,550 to Infant Development for HSDF funds.

∫ Payment of $105,075.91 to M&T Bank for federal taxes.

∫ Payment of $13,580 to M&T Bank for state taxes.

∫ Payment of $95,637.01 to M&T Investment Group for retirement.

∫ Payment of $10,358.75 to MCM Consulting Group Inc. for June 2019 consulting services.

∫ Payment of $10,924.88 to Nittany Office Equipment for prothonotary furniture.

∫ Payment of $14,372.20 to STEP Inc. for CDBG 2016 final home rehabilitation.

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