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The Henry County Board of Commission approved several resolutions during its Nov. 4 meeting.

McDONOUGH — The Henry County Board of Commissioners approved several resolutions at the Nov. 4 meeting.

Items approved include bid awards for road projects, stream restoration and vehicle and equipment purchases. The following is a complete list of resolutions approved by the board.

District Attorney — accepted the continuation of allocated Victims of Crime Act subgrant funds for the existing Victim Advocate position for the 2020-2021 federal fiscal year; and accepted the continuation of allocated Victims of Crime Act subgrant funds for the existing Victim Compensation Advocate position for the 2020-2021 federal fiscal year.

Stormwater — awarded Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood Inc. for the design of the wetland and/or stream restoration at Butler’s Bridge Road in the amount of $159,000.

Henry County Police Department — approved the purchase of a Leica RTC360 Laser Scanner Kit for the Crime Scene and Traffic Units in the amount of $98,090. Funds will be allocated through the Capital Improvement Plan.

Technology Services — approved the purchase of new Meraki wireless access points from Byteworks in the amount of $76,755 using State Contract funds.

SPLOST V resolutions — awarded engineering design services for the following road projects:

Sandy Ridge Road (Keys Ferry to Stallworth) located in District I in the amount of $94,430 to Falcon Design Consultants LLC.

Ellistown Road (Peeksville Road to Moccasin Gap) located in District I in the amount of $109,517 to Croy Engineering LLC.

Flippen Road Extension located in District II in the amount of $284,650 to Heath & Lineback Engineers LLC.

Fleet Services resolutions — approved the purchase of 50 vehicles for several departments. The departments receiving vehicles are as follows:

Six Ford F-250s for Animal Care and Control from Allan Vigil Ford in the amount of $272,322 using Capital Funds.

Six F-350s and six F-150s for Department of Transportation (DOT), Stormwater and SPLOST for replacement trucks from Allan Vigil Ford in the amount of $355,729 using SPLOST and Capital Funds.

Twelve Ford Escapes for DOT, Animal Control, Technology Services, Risk Management, Community Development Block Grant, Airport, Parks and Recreation, Senior Services and Extension Services for replacement vehicles from Allan Vigil Ford in the amount of $261,814 using Capital Funds.

Six Ford Explorers for the Solicitor’s Office and Sentence Enforcement for replacement vehicles from Allan Vigil Ford in the amount of $161,444 using SPLOST and Capital Funds.

Seven Ford Vans for Senior Services Meals on Wheels program from Allan Vigil Ford in the amount of $150,465 using Capital Funds.

Two Ford Expeditions for Economic Development Division and Coroner from Allan Vigil Ford in the amount of $74,021 using Capital Funds.

Two Chevrolet 3500 Express Passenger Vans for Stormwater replacement vehicles from Griffin Chevrolet in Sylvester GA in the amount of $54,896 using Stormwater Funds.

Two Ford F-550s from State Contract Holder Wade Ford in the amount of $245,922 using Capital Funds.

One 2020 John Deere Wheel Loader from Sourcewell Contract Holder Flint Equipment Company in the amount of $153,800 using Capital Funds.

One John Deere Excavator from Sourcewell Contract Holder Flint Equipment Company in the amount of $253,900 using Capital Funds.

One John Deere Cab Tractor from Georgia Statewide Contract Flint Equipment Company in the amount of $72,704 using Airport and Capital Funds.

Three 2021 Kenworth Tandem Dump Trucks from Georgia Statewide Contract MHC Kenworth of Atlanta in the amount of $429,765 using Stormwater and Capital Funds.

One 2021 Kenworth Tandem Roll-off Truck from Georgia Statewide Contract MHC Kenworth of Atlanta in the amount of $180,663 using Stormwater Funds.

For more information or to view the meeting in its entirety, visit henrycounty-ga.com/watchTV.

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