Seneca County Agricultural Society president Cal Staib swore in new board member Jim Roberts during the Tuesday night meeting.
The swine committee informed board members that they have a need for more electrical output in its barn during the fair. Members said they are going to need sheep and goats to be moved to another location because state law now requires only one pig per pen be allowed in the pen size used in Seneca County.
Letters were read from area veterinarians supporting the Seneca County 4-H dog program to erect a building on the fairgrounds for meetings and storing equipment.
The board noted 193 units are in storage for the winter months in fair buildings at this time.
Seneca County Commissioner Jeff Wagner said the agricultural society should expect a reduction in funding next year.
In other matters, the board:
Heard all funds contain $49,119 as of Oct. 3.
Set February 25-26 for the next gun show at the fairgrounds.
The Agricultural Society is to meet next at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 13.Seneca County Agricultural Society