LEWISTOWN Juniata Valley Behavioral & Developmental Services is still awaiting its final budget numbers for 2012-13.
Chris Wysocki, administrator, said the organization formally known as Tri-County Mental Health/Mental Retardation still hasn't received word from the state on its final budget numbers for the next fiscal year. He was on hand at Thursday's workshop meeting of the Mifflin County Commissioners.
"For fiscal year 2012-13, we still haven't received our allocation letters," Wysocki said in his quarterly report. "We're told that those numbers will be released sometime before Sept. 1. We do know it will be a 10 percent cut on both levels based on the freeze put into effect last winter."
"We're finalizing it and should close the books by the end of September," Wysocki said regarding fiscal year 2011-12.
During that time period, Wysocki said MH/MR serviced 410 individuals through the mental health system.
In other business Thursday, Commissioner Mark Sunderland announced the following agenda items for the board's next business meeting, scheduled for Sept. 6:
Application for 2012 Liquid Fuels allocations from McVeytown Borough ($1,000) and Lewistown Borough ($15,206.22).
Request for a real estate refund for a parcel located in Lewistown Borough that had an acreage error.
The retirement of Danny Bollinger as a corrections officer effective Sept. 10.