The Calhoun Commission approved the release of $171,000 from an earlier floodplain mitigation project to be used in the Town of Grantsville for the demolition of two Court Street properties, the old Western Auto building and an adjacent wooden structure that is falling down.

Those projects will be under the auspices of the Town of Grantsville.

The Commission heard proposals for audits to be conducted on Calhoun County Emergency Medical Services. (See additional story)

The commission continued to move forward on a project to install elevator lifts in the courthouse for the handicapped and a project to replace a roof on the courthouse.

County Clerk Mike Ritchie said temporary stabilization of the leaking courthouse roof has been made and repairs have been made to the courthouse steps.

The commission acknowledged receipt of an annual audit of the Calhoun County Library.

Stanley Little has been appointed to the 911 Advisory Board.

The commission appointed a fiduciary for the settlement of the estate of James Plant.

The next official monthly meeting of the commission has been set for December 12 at 9 a.m.

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