The Marshall County Commissioners will meet (Monday – this) morning at 8:30 in their second-floor meeting room of the County Building. 

The agenda for the meeting includes a report from Highway Superintendent Jason Peters and a request from Faith Freed head of the County Health Department.  She will ask the commissioner for approval to apply for an Immunization and Vaccine grant for children. 

Also on the agenda is the quarterly reports from Clyde Avery the county’s EMA Director and from Sandy Garrison and Mike Miley with the Marshall County Museum.  Linda Yoder from United Way of Marshall County and the Community Foundation will ask the Commissioners to give their Opioid Settlement money to Project Hope.  The Town of Bourbon and Culver and the City of Plymouth have already pledged their settlement funds to the local organization that has been working in the county for the last 3 years to help battle the opioid epidemic and those struggling with addictions in the county.

The commissioners will also hear from the County Attorney, County Auditor, and the public.

The public is encouraged to attend the meeting in person although the commissioner’s meeting is also live-streamed and podcast for viewing at a later time.  The online is available on the county’s website at