The Chautauqua Board of County Commissioners met for their regularly scheduled meeting on Monday. As usual, the commissioners received a report on the county's roads and bridges from Mark McCall, who mentioned the rain and wet weather in the forecast for the weekend.
Barbara Rinck, a resident of Niotaze, was also in attendance to the commission to possibly consider establishing a hub for food pantry work in Chautauqua County. Rinck said the number of residents who required the pantry's services were growing in both Chautauqua County and Montgomery County, and that the volunteers would need an unused building in the county for food storage and distribution purposes. Although no official decision was made, the commission discussed possible buildings that would work as that hub.
The commission will meet once again next Friday, the last working day of February. The meeting will start at 8:30 a.m. and will take place in the Chautauqua County courthouse.