POINT PLEASANT — The Mason County Commissioners met on Thursday afternoon for a regular business meeting, which included discussions on re-bidding the Gallipolis Community Building for sale and work in the sheriff’s department on Main Street.
Present during the meeting were commissioners Sam Nibert, Rick Handley and Tracy Doolittle, County Clerk Diana Cromley and County Administrator John Gerlach.
Commissioners will re-bid the Gallipolis Community Building on April 29 at 3:30 at the courthouse. The minimum bid is $15,000.
The commissioners also approved a motion to execute the contract to start work on the second floor at the sheriff’s department. The contract for the project is $60,000, according to Gerlach.
Commissioners approved Trenton Mayes as a part-time employee for the 9-1-1 center, as requested by Dennis Zimmerman, Director of the Office of Emergency Services.
Commissioners approved the appointment of Britlyn Green as the assistant prosecutor.
Commissioners approved to replace the roofing at the steer barn at the Mason County Fair for $25,475, which was the lowest bid received by the Mason County Fair Board from Affordable Roofing, Siding and Windows.
In her report to the commission, Cromley presented the report from Election Commissioner Cary Supple.
As presented by Gerlach, the commissioners approved a motion to allow the use of the front of the courthouse for National Day of Prayer on May 6 at noon.
The next meeting for the Mason County Commissioners is set for Tuesday, April 20 at 4 p.m.
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