Jessup Twp. polling place changed back to Fairdale Grange

Just two weeks after the Susquehanna County Board of Elections changed the Jessup Twp. polling place, the voting location was moved back to the Fairdale Grange Hall at the Sept. 27 meeting.
According to the motion approved by the board, Jessup Township supervisors requested the polling place be moved back to Grange Hall for the Nov. 7 Municipal Election. The hall meets Americans with Disabilities Act provisions.
The county commissioners, who met prior to the election board, ratified and accepted the resignation of William Strong from his position with the District Attorney’s Task Force, effective Sept. 14.
The commissioners also approved the transfer of Elizabeth Karpov from a fiscal assistant position to the position of Fiscal Officer II in the county’s Children and Youth department.
Several service provider agreements for Children and Youth services were also approved.
The department will also have two-way radios installed in the vehicles. The commissioners approved an agreement with Industrial Electronics Inc, of Scranton, to provide use of a two-way communications network for Children and Youth. Service will be provided at a rate of $247 per month.
Bids for pavement improvements were opened at the meeting. The bids will be awarded pending review of the solicitor and engineering firm.
Areas slated for paving work include Pine Street in Montrose; the parking lot and drive at the county correctional facility; the “loop” around the gazebo on the Green in Montrose; and the courthouse back parking lot will be regraded, pitched and paved down to its junction with Chenango Street.
The Susquehanna County Commissioners meet on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month in the commissioners’ meeting room in the county courthouse, in Montrose.

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