The Greene County Board of Supervisors met Monday in regular session.

During open forum, County Attorney Thomas Laehn gave an update. He said he sent a draft of the new 28E agreement for dispatching services to the Jefferson City Attorney for review. He also mentioned his office is filing trial information for 12 outstanding incidents that happened during the holidays, and having a grand jury convene next month. 

The Board then heard from Jefferson City Administrator Mike Palmer. He gave updates on the renovations to the downtown City-owned buildings. Palmer said the Council is considering bidding all work to one contractor to finish renovating the buildings instead of having the work done internally. 

The Board approved an amendment to a resolution for full time ambulance employees to be included under the county officer appointments. Additionally, they also approved selling property at 701 Grant Street in Scranton to the City of Scranton for $500 and a budget amendment for the current fiscal year, as well as appropriating funds from the amendment as presented. 

Finally, the Board approved the third and final reading of the vicious animal ordinance as presented and they heard fiscal year 2021 budget proposals from the county recorder and human resources departments. The Board took no action following the proposals.