The Marshall County Commissioners handled a variety of items during their meeting Monday, June 19th.

Sarah Lukenbill was reappointed to a 4-year term on the Plymouth Public Library. 

The commissioners took the recommendation of the County Council and agreed to resubmit a request for an additional appropriation from the Special Local Income Tax (LIT) Jail Fund instead of the Rainy-Day Fund as previously submitted.   The additional appropriation is in the amount of $137,017 for the east Courthouse step project that was completed in May. 

The commissioners were given a copy of the agreement between the County Council and Cender Dalton for financial consulting services to review.  After reviewing the agreement Commissioner Kevin Overmyer motioned to approve the agreement and have the president of the County Commissioners also sign the agreement.  The motion passed 3-0. 

The ARP Committee of which Commissioner Stan Klotz presides over made a recommendation to the commissioner to approve $1.5 million to the County Highway Department for the 2023 Road Plan.  Peters had told the commissioners earlier this year that he was short $1.5 million in funding this year’s Road Plan.  The commissioners voted 3-0 to support $1.5 million to the Highway Department.

The commissioners also approved signing the agreement letters for the Community Crossing Projects and this year’s additional paying projects.  Reith Riley was awarded the Community Crossing Projects in the amount of $1,478,936 and Milestone was awarded the additional paving projects in the amount of $1,422,514.75.