LOCK HAVEN – Clinton County Commissioners approved a handful of staff items during a 17-minute meeting Thursday in the lodge outside the Piper Building.
Included in the articles is the hiring of three clerks in the county judicial judges’ offices. They are Denise Eisenhower, Lisa Killinger and Victoria Stover. Their salaries have been set at $ 27,085.
In addition, the board hired Melissa Grove as an administrative assistant in the district attorney’s office for an annual salary of $ 25,702. She replaces Alyssa Gavlock, who has resigned.
Susan Peters was appointed administrator of the agricultural preservation program and Marci Orndorf was reappointed for a five-year term with the Chestnut Grove Recreation Authority.
In other cases, the commissioners:
– Approved payment of $ 4,000 for the annual lighting costs for Route 220 and Boulevard Paul Mack.
– Opened filing offers and sent them to lawyer for review before commissioners take action on them.
– Approved a Letter of Intent and Memorandum of Understanding between the Clinton County Children and Youth Agency and the Clinton County Commissioners for the receipt of the Title IV-E administrative fee reimbursement for legal representation of children, adolescents and / or parents in addiction proceedings.
– Purchase of Service Agreement approved between the County and Bethany Home Inc. to provide child protection services to children and youth in Clinton County, effective June 1 through June 30, 2022.
– Approved a settlement with McNees, Wallace and Nurick in a lawsuit brought by Chester Upland School District and Chichester School District against Cynthia Love and 52 other prothonotaries regarding prothonotary fees. School districts claim that the fees for registering deeds go beyond what the law requires.
Commissioner Miles Kessinger said the deadline for small businesses to submit applications for CDBG funds has been extended to June 11. He said $ 81,000 is still available and urged local businesses to apply for the funding. âWe have to spend this. It must be spent by October â, he said.