LEWISTOWN - During a brief workshop meeting on Thursday, the Mifflin County Commissioners announced the following agenda items for their April 19 business meeting:
Application for an intermediate punishment grant from the office of Pennsylvania Crime and Delinquency. Larry Wolfe, director of Domestic Relations, told the commissioners this grant has become competitive and counties can apply for up to $50,000 a year. If successful, Wolfe said the grant would provide for more intense supervision for level 3 and 4 offenders, which consists mostly of multiple offenders for driving under the influence.
Acceptance of an adult services grant from the Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole to be used mainly for salaries. Wolfe said this is an annual grant the county has been receiving for the past 35 years.
A resolution to restate the county's fair housing policy as mandated by the state.
A resolution approving the fiscal year 2012 Community Development Block Grant application for the county.
A proclamation recognizing National Library Week.
Purchase of service agreement for use, if needed, by Children and Youth Services with KidsPeace Corporation of Schnecksville.
The resignation of Lisa D. Fultz as a corrections officer at Mifflin County Correctional Facility, effective April 13.
The appointment of John Anthony Willard to fill an unexpired term on the Mifflin County Industrial Development Authority which expires Sept. 29.
The CDBG administration agreement between the county's planning and development department and Brown Township to administer the township's 2012 CDBG funds.