Two resignations from the Lucas County Sheriff’s Office were approved at the Lucas County Board of Supervisors’ meeting this past Wednesday morning.
The supervisors approved the resignation of Shelly Schilling as a part-time transporter from the sheriff’s office effective Jan. 20, 2020. They also accepted the resignation of Paige Stroud as a Dispatcher/Jailer effective Jan. 21, 2020. Stroud has accepted a position of employment with another Law Enforcement agency.
The board also accepted the resignation of Dr. Greg Cohen as the Lucas County Medical Examiner effective Feb. 6, 2020. They approved the appointment of Dr. Philip Sundquist as Lucas County Medical Examiner effective Feb. 7, 2020.
The supervisors accepted a retirement resolution for Mary Coleen Downard from Lucas County Public Health. Downard will retire on Feb. 28, 2020.
It was announced that the supervisors will set the public hearing date for the 2020-21 fiscal year county budget at their next meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 19. The supervisors are still working on the FY 2020-21 county budget.
Quotation approved for courthouse windows project
The board also approved a quotation for phase three of the windows replacement project at the Lucas County Courthouse. The quote is for new De-VAC windows from Mon-Ray Inc. out of Hopkins, Minn., for $54,740.
A tax suspension was approved for District: CHCC parcel number: 0719378005.
In the secondary roads business, the board approved a motion for Windstream Communications of Knoxville to be permitted to bury cable on county road right of way in section 24 of Benton Township in Lucas County.
The monthly, bi-monthly and quarterly financial reports were all given and approved. The Veterans Affiars monthly expenses for January 2020 totaled $1,706.38.
Read the February 11, 2020 edition of the Chariton Leader for the rest of the story.