Marshall County commissioners will meet Monday morning at 9:30 a.m. in the county building’s second-floor meeting room.
The agenda for the commissioner’s meeting includes the opening of bids for the demolition project at 15910 Olive Trail, the property co-owned by Howard Schillaci and Phillip and April and Jennifer Schillaci.
Jason Peters of the County Highways Department will report to the commissioners, and they will hear an application for ARP funding from Rick Thompson of Marshall Starke Development Corp. Center Township Administrator Amy Knapp will discuss an issue with the Lake/Stringer Cemetery property line. and the Ken Relos property on State Road 17 at the curve near the hospital.
Commissioners will hear an application for ARP funding from Renae Salyer of Beaman Home in Warsaw, which helps some victims of domestic violence in Marshall County. County Coroner John Grolich will be on hand to present an order creating a storage fee for the use of refrigeration equipment at the County Mortuary and Rodney and Cheryl Hess will discuss the 11e Road bridge project.
The lawyer’s report, the auditor’s report, public comments will also be on the agenda, and the request for funding from the ARP will appear under the commissioner’s points.