Miami County Commissioners authorize agreements; Fuel island project awarded to Westerheide Construction


By Haylee Pence

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TROY – The Miami County Commissioners met on Tuesday, Jan. 25, to authorize a few agreements, including a contract with Westerheide Construction Company for the construction of a new Fuel Island Project. The contract for the Fuel Island Project is for the amount of $1,149,000, which was received in a bid on Dec. 21, 2021.

They also provided their support for the Dayton Region Economic Development Strategy, which designates the Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission as the “lead agency for the Economic Development District.” The Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission will be “responsible for updating and implementing the Dayton Region Economic Development Strategy.”

The commissioners approved an amendment to the source of funding for the purchase of two Kodak Capture Pro Group DX Software Assurance Kits and two Kodak Alaris NBM Carekits for two i420 scanner changes for the Recorder’s Office.

The Miami County Transit office received the Elderly and Disabled Transit Fare Assistance Program grant award for $35,448. The grant is to “reimburse public transportation systems who offer reduced fares to the elderly and disabled,” according to the staff report.

Next, the commissioners approved the contract with ZenCity Technologies with the usage of ARPA funding for a cost that shall not exceed $36,000. The purpose of this contract is to utilize their services to “engage [citizens] remotely,” through social media.

The final authorization was to “enter upon this journal […] an Expedited II annexation petition” for the co-trustees of the Pamela L. Mortell Revocable Intervivos Trust for the annexation of 25.3483 acres of Concord Township to the city of Troy.

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