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RMPB Grant Recipients
for fiscal year
July 2006-June 2007

(Total $335,070 in grant funds represents minimum of ninety percent of total expenditures for projects, with counties to provide required match.)

Boone County Commission, $15,300 to provide improved records storage and shelving for the Circuit Clerk and implement the records retention and disposition schedule to improve preservation and access to permanent records and remove duplicates and records exceeding required retention periods.

Fayette County Commission, $18,000 to provide improved records storage shelving in the circuit clerk's and prosecuting attorney’s offices and implement the records retention and disposition schedule to improve preservation and access to permanent records and remove duplicates and records exceeding required retention periods.

Grant County Commission, $20,000 to provide for preservation microfilming and digital conversion of permanent records in the county and circuit clerk’s offices.

Hampshire County Commission, $24,000 to provide for preservation microfilming and digital conversion of permanent county clerk records.

Hardy County Commission, $7,650 to provide records storage and shelving for permanent records in county clerk’s office.

Harrison County Commission, $4,000 for personnel to continue to inventory county records and to implement the records retention and disposition schedule to improve preservation and access to permanent records and remove duplicates and records exceeding required retention periods.

Lewis County Commission, $5,000 to provide storage and shelving for the county clerk’s permanent records and implement the records retention and disposition schedule to improve preservation and access to permanent records and remove duplicates and records exceeding required retention periods.

Lincoln County Commission, $24,000 to purchase records storage and shelving system for the circuit clerk's office and implement the records retention and disposition schedule to improve preservation and access to permanent records and remove duplicates and records exceeding required retention periods.

Marion County Commission, $6,000 for the county clerk's office to rebind permanent records for improved storage, preservation and access.

Marshall County Commission, $5,000 to provide for personnel to organize and inventory county records for several offices and storage areas in the courthouse and implement the records retention and disposition schedule to improve preservation and access to permanent records and remove duplicates and records exceeding required retention periods.

Mason County Commission, $9,000 to provide for preservation microfilming and digital reformatting of permanent records in the county clerk’s office.

Mercer County Commission, $19,500 for electronic reformatting of the county clerk’s index to ensure continued access; and for personnel to microfilm permanent county court records and purchase shelving.

Monongalia County Commission, $4,000 for personnel to inventory county clerk’s records and implement the records retention and disposition schedule to improve preservation and access to permanent records and remove duplicates and records exceeding required retention periods.

Morgan County Commission, $23,250 to provide funding to purchase shelving and improve storage of permanent records for the county clerk and assessor’s offices; and implement the records retention and disposition schedule to improve preservation and access to permanent records and remove duplicates and records exceeding required retention periods.

Nicholas County Commission, $8,120 to provide funding to microfilm permanent records and purchase a map cabinet for the county clerk’s office.

Pleasants County Commission, $9,400 to provide funding for personnel to inventory and organize the circuit clerk's records; implement the records retention and disposition schedule to improve preservation and access to permanent records and remove duplicates and records exceeding required retention periods, purchase filing units to improve records storage and a shredder for proper disposal process.

Putnam County Commission, $10,500 to provide funding to purchase shelving and storage for county clerks records; and implement the records retention and disposition schedule to improve preservation and access to permanent records and remove duplicates and records exceeding required retention periods.

Raleigh County Commission, $5,000 for personnel to organize and inventory records in the county clerk’s office and storage areas in the courthouse and implement the records retention and disposition schedule to improve preservation and access to permanent records and remove duplicates and records exceeding required retention periods.

Roane County Commission, $11,500 to provide for preservation microfilming and digital conversion of permanent records in the county clerk’s office.

Summers County Commission, $14,000 to provide for preservation microfilming and digital conversion of permanent records in the circuit and county clerk’s offices.

Tucker County Commission, $5,000 for the purchase of shelving for the county clerk’s permanent records.

Tyler County Commission, $20,850 to provide funding to purchase roller shelving and storage cabinets for the county clerk’s office; rebinding of land books in the assessor’s office; continue to inventory and implement the records retention and disposition schedule in the prosecuting attorney’s office; and for personnel to inventory records in the circuit clerk’s office and implement records retention and disposition schedule to remove duplicates and records exceeding required retention periods; and purchase a shredder to be shared by all county courthouse offices.

Webster County Commission, $32,000 to provide funding to purchase shelving for the county and circuit clerk’s offices; and implement the records retention and disposition schedule and remove duplicates and records exceeding required retention period.

Wood County Commission, $34,000 to provide funding to purchase improved storage and shelving for permanent records in the circuit clerk, county clerk, and prosecuting attorney's offices.


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