County Commissioners meeting roundup: New integrated 9-1-1 emergency system, and more

Per a recent report presented by Clermont County Engineer’s Office, the county maintains 3,000 culverts, such as the one shown above. -

The Clermont County Commissioners met on June 27 to handle a variety of business matters.

– Linda Fraley, Clermont County Auditor, made a short presentation on the auditor of the state’s annual financial audit of the county’s basic financial statements for 2017.

“There audit found that our finical statements present fairly the financial position of Clermont County, which I think it’s a very good financial position; not just fair, but it’s a good financial position,” Fraley said, adding, “There was no noncompliance with the state and local laws.”

The report is available online at www.clermontauditor.org/_dnn/.

– Doug Royer, deputy engineer, presented the 2017 annual report of roads, bridges and culverts for the county.

– The commissioners approved a request from the Department of Public Safety Services for a 10-year contract with Motorola for the CALLWORKS integrated 9-1-1 emergency system in the amount of $874, 755.28.

The new system will allow first responders to access global positioning system software to help them locate 9-1-1 callers from cell phones in an emergency.

– The commissioners approved a request from the Department of Community and Economic Development to administer the Septic System Rehabilitation Financing program as it relates to the county’s Community Development Block Grant program. The agreement will give the department $5,000 for the current year to run the $100,000 program.

– The commissioners approved the Department of Community and Economic Development’s request to advertise for bids for the City of Milford’s Riverside Park Improvements project, as it relates to the CDBG program for fiscal year 2016.

– The commissioners approved a five-year contract with Kofile Technologies for a land records recording and records management system for the county. The county will pay a monthly charge of $3 per document.

Per a recent report presented by Clermont County Engineer’s Office, the county maintains 3,000 culverts, such as the one shown above.
https://www.clermontsun.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/web1_Commissioner-roundup-June-27-2018-PIC.jpgPer a recent report presented by Clermont County Engineer’s Office, the county maintains 3,000 culverts, such as the one shown above.

By Megan Alley

Sun Staff

Reach Megain Alley via email at malley@clermontsun.com or by phone at 513-732-2511 ext. 111

Reach Megain Alley via email at malley@clermontsun.com or by phone at 513-732-2511 ext. 111