County board to consider resolutions

JOHNSTOWN— The Fulton County Board of Supervisors will consider 10 resolutions related to Fulton-Montgomery Community College projects at its meeting at 1 p.m. Monday at the County Office Building.

Considerable legislative action regarding FMCC relate mostly to contracts and purchase of equipment for several projects involving campus labs, classrooms, and the Physical Education Building.

In other board action, supervisors will consider a resolution to contract between the Civil Defense/Fire Coordinator’s Office and Pittsfield Communications for a county radio upgrade.

The board will mull approval of a grant application to the federal government for a school resource officer.

Supervisors will consider two resolutions to oppose proposals by Gov. Andrew Cuomo to change laws related to state forest preserve lands.

A proclamation is on the agenda declaring April 8-14 as “Crime Victims’ Rights Week” in Fulton County.

By Paul Wager

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