Call-in Information for Schuylkill County Commissioners Work Session on Nov. 18
You can listen in on all the fun of a Schuylkill County Commissioners work session meeting on Wednesday just by calling in to the County’s Zoom line
On Wednesday, the Commissioners plan to let the County Airport Authority slide on a second loan payment this year. This is money the Airport Authority used several years ago to build a new hangar.
Earlier this year, the Authority asked Commissioners to let a payment on that loan to slide due to some unforeseen financial hardships created by the COVID pandemic. And it seems those tough times haven’t quite gone away enough to pay back on that loan just yet.
In another motion on Wednesday, the Commissioners are expected to put a cleaning job out to bid after getting harangued for a few weeks on no-bid contracts being issued to select companies. This week, the County wants bids submitted for cleaning the 9-1-1 building and the Children & Youth building in downtown Pottsville.
Check out the agenda below for what all is on tap for Wednesday’s meeting.
If you want to listen in on your county government in action, just follow these simple instructions to join the Zoom call.
First, if you’re already using Zoom, you can join by using Meeting ID# 939 1742 8937.
Or, you can call by phone to 1-301-715-8592. When prompted, enter the Meeting ID# above, followed by the # (pound) sign twice.
You can only listen to Public Comments being read by County Commissioners Chair Boots Hetherington since he implemented a set of controversial rules on them several weeks ago.
Public comments on agenda and non-agenda items must now be submitted via email by 3 p.m. the day prior to a weekly meeting. Comments can be emailed to: email@example.com
Here is this week’s agenda:Comm Work Session 11-18-20
- Why Did Schuylkill County Election Officials Block Media Photographers from Ballot Counting Room?
- KY Jelly, Bengay, Bacon Filched from Pine Grove Grocery Store
- Schuylkill County Completes Ballot Counting – Vote Analysis
- Face Masks Required in Homes in Pennsylvania When Company’s Present
- Orwigsburg Man Spotted Hanging Out of Trunk, Police Find Him Passed Out Behind the Wheel