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GREENVILLE—The Darke County Board of Commissioners met on Tuesday afternoon to discuss the recorder’s office, a notice of award for a demolition & revitalization program and the County Commissioner’s Conference. Commissioners Matt Aultman, Mike Stegall and Larry Holmes were all present.

The board approved Resolution (R-447-2022), to approve a proposal submitted by Darke County Recorder Hillary Holzapfel for funding for calendar years Jan. 2022 through Dec. 2026 for the acquisition, maintenance of micrographic or other equipment and for contract services.

The request for $7 will be placed in the county treasury to the credit of the County Recorder’s Technology’s Fund, for a period of five years, beginning Jan. 1 through Dec. 31, each year, including 2022, 2023, 2024, 2025, 2026.

The amount will include $4 previously allocated, and additional $3 to be taken from the total base fee collected for filing or recording of each document into the county treasury to the credit of the county recorder’s technology fund for a period of 12 months, beginning Jan. 2023, to be used for the acquisition and maintenance of micrographic or other equipment and for contact services.

The board then approved a Notice of Award for a Demolition & Site Revitalization Program – Project #2 (two properties). The award was given to Dirt X Construction Excavating, of Arcanum. The price of the awarded contract is $13,950.

Lastly, the board discussed the County Commissioner’s Conference that they attended last week.

All said that the conference was a successful weekend.

“It was a good three days,” Commissioner Holmes said. “They had one of their larger attendance. It was good time for us to find out what other counties are doing. I brought back a couple of resolutions for us to maybe consider for our use.”

Commissioner Stegall added that Commissioner-Elect Marshall Combs attended the conference.

“He was surprised at how many of the county commissioners around us, how we all talk and get a long together,” Commissioner Stegall said. “He really enjoyed it. I think it will work out best for him. He was there for almost two full days, took all the new commissioner stuff. He’s gearing up, and I think the county should be very happy with what you’re going to see from him.”

The Darke County Board of Commissioners hold regular session every Tuesday and Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at 520 South Broadway, Greenville, Ohio 45331. For more information contact the commissioner’s office at 937-547-7370.