Williams County Commissioners met on Monday, and accepted two letters of resignation and approved three supplemental appropriations.
Williams County Emergency Medical Service Paramedic Sarah Hahn submitted a letter of resignation, effective Aug. 28. Part-time 911 dispatcher Kevin Krill submitted a resignation, effective immediately.
The three supplemental appropriations included:
• $225 for the auditor’s office, for Oak Meadows/Krohns debt service fund settlement fees.
• $6,431 for the Emergency Management Agency, for contract services; $1,925 for non-capital assets; $1,808 for non-capital assets-equipment.
• $2,775 for the Williams County Local Emergency Planning Commission, for contract services.
And finally, the Bryan Times reports that commissioners also approved a $423 purchase of a walk-behind lawn mower.