Only one company submitted a bid for the project to upgrade the heating-ventillation-and air conditioning control system for the Henry County Courthouse. That proposal from Lake Erie Electric of Bowling Green was reviewed last week by the board, and had a price tag of $43,505; which is about $6,000 under the engineer’s estimate.
The project is planned to create a more even heating and cooling throughout the historic courthouse. The bid was tabled for more review.
Commissioners last week also approved a payment of $27,546 to Rupp Rosebrock for the installation of a handicapped accessible ramp to the Henry County Sheriff’s office.
And, three county residents were re-appointed to new terms on the Henry County Community Improvement Corporation. They include commissioner Glenn Miller, county auditor Kevin Garringer, and Hamler Mayor Jeff Brubaker.