Juniata Co. officials get back to business
In person meetings are allowed to resume
MIFFLINTOWN — Juniata County Commissioners are beginning the process of returning to business as usual as in person meetings are allowed to resume with social distancing practices in effect.
In Tuesday’s meeting, the following orders of business were ratified and approved:
Ratified the Purchase of Service Agreement between Juniata County, through Juniata County Children and Youth Services Agency and Jennifer Zimmerman-Hepner for fiscal consultation services at an hourly rate of $70.00. The agreement shall be effective July 8th and will continue until services are no longer required.
Ratified Home Housing Rehab Project checks submitted by the Juniata County Planning and Community Development Department for $10,610 JDS Construction and $17, 669 BK Bower.
Approved the tax exoneration for Milford Township and Thompsontown Borough as per the material provided.
Approved the Purchase of Service Agreements between Juniata County through the Juniata County Children and Youth Services Agency, and Wellsprings Counseling Center. Agreement in force and effect from July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021.
Approved the purchase of service agreements between Juniata County Children and Youth Services, the Juniata County Probation Department and the entities listed: Family Care for Children and Youth, Inc., The Bair Foundation of Pennsylvania, Adelphoi Village, Inc., Merakey Pennsylvania, Pathways Adolescent Center, Inc., Diakon Child Family & Community Ministries.
Approved the following Homeless Assistance Program contracts between the Juniata County and Mifflin Juniata Human Services as submitted by Allison Fisher, Human Services Director. Contract term is from July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021. Includes the following, case management services-$15,188, rental/utility assistance services-$2,000, administration services- $1,909.