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  Trustees Approve $948,560 Contract For Information Technology Services  
  Summer Road Resurfacing Program Will Cost $1.552 Million:   July 4, 2024 Edition  
     BY JOHN A. DARNELL JR.
      associate editor
      Meeting last week, Boardman Township Trustees approved two, five-year contracts for information technology services with a Pittsburgh, Pa.-based firm in the amount of $948,560.
      The township’s current information technology provider, Involta, Involta “will no longer be providing 24-hour helpdesk and network monitoring and backup service. They’re transitioning to a data center only,” Administrator Jason Loree said.
      Agreement for the information technology services was approved with a firm called idealintergrations and will serve all of Boardman Township’s departments, including Police, Fire and Road, as well as emergency dispatching and administrative offices.
      The agreement also includes back-up services.
      Boardman Road Superintendent Marilyn Kenner told the Board of Trustees the township’s annual summer road resurfacing program will begin in late July or early August at a cost of $1.552 million. Low bidder for the work is Lindy Paving.
      Funding for the work will be provided using sales tax monies, as well as $225,000 from an Ohio Public Works grant and $350,642 from an Ohio Public Works loan.
      Roadways scheduled for resurfacing are the following:
       •Straley Lane, from Timothy Lane to Schenley Ave.
       •Baymar Dr., from Straley Lane to the Youngstown City limits.
       •Bob-)-Link, from Straley Lane to the dead end.
       •Bob White Ct., from Bob-O-Link to a cul de sac;
       •Brookfield Ave., from market St. to Glenwood Ave.
       •Foxridge Dr., from Forestrdge Dr. to Oakridge Dr.
       •Ingram Dr., from Hitchcock Rd. to Glenwood Ave.
       •Harrrow Lane, from Mill Trace Rd. to Shelby Rd.
       •Sierra Madre, from Santa Fe Trail to Stadium Dr.
       •Chester Dr., from Overhill Rd. to Jennette Dr.
       •Southwoods Dr., from Market St. to California Ave.
       •Erskine Ave., from Montrose to the dead end.
       •Melrose Ave., from Market St. to Southern Blvd.
       •Wildwood Dr., from market St. to Glenwood Ave.
       •Wolosyn Circle, from Mathews Rd. to Sherian Rd.
       •Truesdale Rd., from Sheban Dr. to Lakeshore Dr.
       •Turnberry Dr., from Colleen to a cul de sac.
       •Fredricksburg, from Lockwood Blvd. to a cul de sac.
       •Ferncliiff, from Market St. to Southern Blvd.
       •Leighton Ave., from Market St. to Southern Blvd.
       •Wilda Ave., from Market St. to Southern Blvd.
       •Fairlawn, from Market St. to Chester Dr.
       •Johnston Place, from Alverne Dr. to the township boundary line.
       •Canavan, from Alverne to the township boundary line.
       •Alverne, from LeMoyne Ave. to the township boundary.
       •Leiskin Lane, from Lucerne to Dander Dr.
       •Lucerne, from Leisken Lane to Zander Dr.
       •Romaine Ave., from Market St. to Southern Blvd.
       •LeMoyne Ave., from LeMont to Canavan Dr.
       •Meadow Lane, from LeMont to a cul de sac.
       •Stoney Creek, from Crystal Dr. to Lost Creek.
       •Spring Garden Dr., from Crystal Dr. to Stoney Creek.
       •Spring Garden Ct., from Stoney Creek to a cul de sac.
      In other matters, Trustee recognized by resolution Ptl. Mike Salser upon his retirement from the Boardman Police Department after 21 years of service; and a new police officer, Ptl. Frank Innocenzi was sworn into office.
      Mark Luke, chairman of Boardman Township’s annual Memorial Day Parade. addressed the Board of Trustees, thanking all entities who participated in the 120th annual event.
      “Board is indeed ‘a nice place to call home’ and we must remain thankful that our community continues supporting this 120-year solemn tradition, remembering Americans who surrendered their lives upon the altar of freedom, that we may live in this country and continue our way of life,” Luke said.
 
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