County commissioners accept resignations, approve promotions
LOCK HAVEN — The Clinton County commissioners approved several personnel items at Thursday’s meeting.
They include the resignations of Truancy Outreach Worker Erin Kunes of Children and Youth Services, effective Nov. 22; part-time clerk typist Michelle Bechdel who worked in the prothonotary’s office, effective Nov. 11; Juvenile Probation Officer Brittany Bickhart, effective Nov. 29, and Probation Officer Jordan Bartges, effective Nov. 20.
The commissioners also approved the promotion of Hunter Peters from lead screener to intake supervisor in Children in Youth Services, effective Oct. 31, and Shane Barrett from 9-1-1 dispatcher trainee to full-time dispatcher, effective Nov. 1.
In other business the commissioners:
— Adopted Resolution No. 14, which authorized submission of an application to receive 2019 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds from the Commonwealth through the Department of Community and Economic Development, and an updated CDBG Master Grantee file.
— Approved a professional service agreement between the Lycoming-Clinton Joinder Board and Clinton County on behalf of Clinton County Children in Youth Services to provide IT services for required case management. The agreement is effective from July 1 of this year to June 30 of 2020 and is not to exceed the amount of $85,366.85.
— Accepted the Clinton County Correctional Facility’s business plan to obtain a 60-month equity lease quote enterprise fleet management for a 2020 Ford Transit-350 passenger van at a monthly rental cost of $884.33.