MADISON, W.Va – The Boone County Commission (BCC) met for a regular session meeting on Tuesday, February 28 at 5 p.m.
All commissioners were present for the evening meeting as well as all staff members.
The commissioners approved all exonerations and minutes during the Tuesday meeting.
County Clerks’ Appointments and Finals were also approved by the BCC.
Paul Farrell, Jr from Greene, Ketchum, Farrell, Bailey & Tweel law office was in attendance for the meeting.
He gave a status update on the opioid litigation case he had taken on behalf of the BCC. At his time there are no major updates, but the firm is still working on the BCC’s case.
Pam White BCC administrator announced the award bid for the steam boiler for the courthouse at Tuesday’s meeting.
The BCC chose CIMCO, Inc which made a bid in the amount of $53,883.
This bid was the lowest bid made and was close to half price in comparison to what the highest bid came in at from Casto Technical Service.
Update boards and authorities were approved during the board meeting.
The commission approved the bills as well as any purchase orders they had.
March Boone County Commission meetings are scheduled for:
Tuesday, March 7 at 10 a.m.
Tuesday, March 21 at 10 a.m.
Tuesday, March 28 at 5 p.m.
All BCC meetings are open to the public. If you would like to be put on the agenda you may call 304-369-7303.
Heather Kinder is a reporter for the Coal Valley News. She can be contacted at 304-369-1165 ext. 1661, [email protected] or on Twitter @CVN_hkinder