This 27th day of February, 2019, the Board of County Commissioners met in regular session with the following members present: Roy Klopfenstein, Tony Zartman, Mark Holtsberry and Cindy Peters, Clerk.



MEETING NOTES OF APPOINTMENTS

Sandy Kessler, MVPO, conducted the first of two public hearings for the CDBG PY19 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program. The primary focus of this public hearing is to give an overview of the following programs for PY2019 funding. Community Development Program Critical Infrastructure; Economic Development Program (based on jobs created per project); Community Housing Impact and Preservation Program (CHIP); Targets of Opportunity Program (letters of interest due in March); Homeless & Supportive Housing Programs; New Horizons Fair Housing Assistance Program. Paulding County is eligible for RPIG and Public infrastructure. Communities can apply for $500,000 in funding. CDBG CD Allocation Application and first round critical infrastructure applications are due to the state in June. A second hearing will be held at a later date to be announced.



CDBG Village of Oakwood Water Improvement Filter Media Replacement bids were received and opened. MVPO will provide a letter of recommendation once the engineer reviews bids (See resolution below.)



EXECUTIVE SESSION

A motion was made to go into executive session at 8:03 a.m. with the County Prosecutor to discuss legal matters.

At 8:26 a.m. all members present agreed to adjourn the executive session and go into regular session.



IN THE MATTER OF RECEIVING AND OPENING BIDS FOR THE CDBG VILLAGE OF OAKWOOD WATER IMPROVEMENT FILTER MEDIA REPLACEMENT PROJECT

This 27th day of February, 2019, being the day advertised in the West Bend News, a paper of general circulation within the County, as per Section 307.86 of the Ohio Revised Code, bids were received and opened for the CDBG Village of Oakwood Water Improvement Filter Media Replacement Project; to-wit:

BIDDER; BID AMOUNT; BID BOND

S4 Water, Bowling Green, Ky.; $30,584; yes

Artesian of Pioneer, Pioneer, Ohio; $57,756; yes

Industrial Fluid Management, McClure, Ohio; $49,990; yes

Workman Industrial Services, Kent, Ohio, $51,088; yes

Engineer’s estimate: $60,000. The specifications will be reviewed with a recommendation to be made later.