IT’S THAT TIME OF THE YEAR AGAIN………FROZEN PIPES!

Due to the frigid weather, residents are encourages to drip their faucets, turn on heat tape around your pipes and open cabinet doors to expose your waterlines to keep them from freezing.  Running even small streams of water can keep not only your pipes from freezing but your water meter.

Ordinance 2019-18: Sale Of Bus Barn

ORDINANCE NO.   2019-18

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT AND ALL NECESSARY DOCUMENTS FOR THE SALE OF REAL ESTATE OWNED BY THE VILLAGE OF ANTWERP LOCATED AT 106 ½ ARCHER DRIVE, ANTWERP, OHIO, TO THE HIGHEST AND BEST BIDDER, AND DECLARING THE SAME AN EMERGENCY

WHEREAS, the Village of Antwerp, Ohio, owns real estate consisting of one parcel, Auditor’s Parcel I.D. No. 12-03S-002-00, located at 106 ½ Archer Drive, Antwerp, Ohio 45813, comprised of Village owned property, said real estate more particularly described in the Exhibit A attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference (the “Real Estate”); and

 

WHEREAS, the Real Estate is not needed for any municipal purpose and the Council of the Village of Antwerp, Ohio, by the passage of Ordinance No. 2019-14, authorized the advertisement for bids for the sale of the Real Estate in the manner authorized by law; and

 

WHEREAS, the bids for the sale of the Real Estate have been tabulated and the highest bidders, after advertisement once a week for five (5) consecutive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation within the Village of Antwerp, Ohio, are Timothy Yenser and Cynthia Yenser, husband and wife.

 

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the Village of Antwerp, Paulding County, Ohio:

 

Section 1. It is hereby found that the Real Estate identified above and more fully described in Exhibit A, attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference, currently owned by the Village of Antwerp, is not needed for any municipal purpose and that it is in the best interest of the Village that said property be sold to the highest bidders, Timothy Yenser and Cynthia Yenser, husband and wife.

 

Section 2.  The Mayor is authorized to enter into a contract for the sale of the Real Estate and to execute a Quit-Claim Deed to convey the Real Estate.  A copy of the proposed Real Estate Purchase Agreement is attached hereto and marked as Exhibit B, and a copy of the proposed Quit-Claim Deed is attached hereto and marked as Exhibit C.

 

Section 3.  The Village shall receive $42,151.10 for the sale of the Real Estate.

 

Section 4.  It is hereby found and determined that all formal actions of this Council concerning or relating to the passage of this Ordinance were adopted in open meetings of this Council, and that all deliberations of the Council and of any of its committees that resulted in such formal action, were in meetings open to the public, in compliance with all legal requirements, including Section 121.22 of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

Section 5.  This Ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure, necessary to award the bid to the highest bidder for the sale of the Real Estate, and shall take effect immediately upon its passage; otherwise, it shall take effect and be in force after the earliest period allowed by law.

 

Passed this ____ day of October, 2019.

 

 

 

________________________________________

Ray Delong, Mayor of the Village of Antwerp

Attest:

 

____________________________

Aimee Lichty, Fiscal Officer

Ordinance 2019-12: Ordinance for EMS Agreement With Crane Township

ORDINANCE NO. 2019-12

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND THE FISCAL OFFICER TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH CRANE TOWNSHIP FOR PROVIDING EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE FOR YEARS 2020, 2021, AND 2022

            WHEREAS, the County of Paulding previously had a county-wide emergency ambulance service levy; and

 

WHEREAS, said levy has been discontinued county-wide; and

 

WHEREAS, the Village of Antwerp owns an emergency ambulance vehicle and has in the past provided emergency ambulance services to outlying areas; and

 

WHEREAS, the Village of Antwerp and Crane Township negotiated the terms and conditions of the Village providing emergency medical service to certain portions of Crane Township.

 

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF ANTWERP, COUNTY OF PAULDING, OHIO:

 

Section 1.  That the Village of Antwerp Emergency Medical Services Department (the “Village”) will provide emergency medical service to that portion of Crane Township (the “Township”) as provided in an Agreement to Provide Emergency Medical Services (the “Agreement”) and shall be compensated by the Township paying an annual charge of $4,303.81 for calendar year 2020, an annual charge of $4,303.81 for calendar year 2021, and an annual charge of $4,303.81 for calendar year 2022, with the annual charges to be paid on a quarterly basis in each calendar year, in combination with a user fee for delivery of emergency medical rescue services rendered by the Village.  The rate of the user fee shall be that as established in Section 2 of this Ordinance.  The user fees as established shall take effect at 12:01 A.M. on January 1, 2020.

 

Section 2.  That the Council of the Village of Antwerp, Ohio hereby authorizes and approves the following rates for emergency medical rescue services when services are rendered by the Village, to any person in the area provided in the Agreement, as follows:

 

Base rate per person:  Basic Life Support (BLS) $400.00 plus $8.00 for each loaded mile or fraction thereof.

 

Base rate per person:  Advance Life Support (ALS) $500.00 plus $8.00 for each loaded mile or fraction thereof.

 

 

Section 3.  That the user fee shall be incurred by the user of the emergency medical rescue services provided by the Village upon treatment.

 

Section 4a.  That “Basic Life Support” (BLS) charges shall include by way of illustration the following: opening and maintaining an airway, giving positive pressure ventilation, cardiac compression, controlling hemorrhage, treatment of shock, immobilization of fractures, bandaging, assisting in childbirth, management of mentally disturbed patients, initial care of poison and burn patients, emergency extrication from entrapment, and any and all other procedures allowed by Ohio law.

 

Section 4b.  That “Advance Life Support” (ALS) charges shall include by way of illustration the above Basic Life Support and also include the following: start IV infusions, manual defibrillation, administer epinephrine and other drugs, blood draws, start IO infusions, and any and all other procedures allowed by Ohio law.

 

Section 5.  That the Village shall bill the users of the emergency medical services and collect any monies due for said services.  Any and all monies collected on behalf of the users shall be sent to the Township on a monthly basis.  The Village shall submit monthly invoices to the Township for the amounts billed, collected and then paid to the Township for the provision of emergency medical services, and any and all charges provided for on the invoice shall be paid by the Township to the Village within thirty (30) days from the date the invoice is received by the Township.

 

Section 6.  All amounts collected as a result of this Ordinance shall be placed into the fund(s) established by the Fiscal Officer as follows:  $75.00 of each user fee collected shall be placed into a Vehicle Replacement Fund and the remainder shall be placed into the EMS Revenue Fund.  A transfer shall be done once or twice yearly from the EMS Revenue Fund to the Vehicle Replacement Fund.

 

Section 7.  That the Mayor and the Fiscal Officer of the Village are authorized to enter into the Agreement with Crane Township to provide emergency medical service for the consideration identified herein, said Agreement to be effective as of January 1, 2020.

 

Section 8.  That if any other prior ordinance or resolution is found to be in conflict with this Ordinance, then the provisions of this Ordinance shall prevail.  Further, if any portion of this Ordinance is found to be invalid, only that portion shall be held invalid and the remainder shall be in full force and effect.

 

Section 9.  It is found and determined that all formal actions of the Council concerning or relating to the passage of this Ordinance were adopted in an open meeting of the Council, and that all deliberations of the Council and any of its committees that resulted in such formal actions, were in meetings open to the public, in compliance with all legal requirements including all lawful ordinances and any applicable provisions in Section 121.22 of the Ohio Revised Code.

 

Section 10.  This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force after the earliest period allowed by law.

 

PASSED THIS _________ day of ___________________, 2019.

 

 

 

_________________________________________                                                                          Ray DeLong, MAYOR

VILLAGE OF ANTWERP

 

 

Attest:

 

__________________________________

Aimee Lichty, Fiscal Officer

 

 

 

First Reading: ______________________

 

Second Reading: ____________________

 

Third Reading: _____________________

September 2019 Meeting Minutes

REGULAR MEETING

COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF ANTWERP

SEPTEMBER 16, 2019

 

THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE VILLAGE OF ANTWERP COUNCIL WAS CALLED TO ORDER AT 5:30 P.M. BY MAYOR RAY DELONG.  COUNCIL PERSONS PRESENT: JAN REEB, KENNETH REINHART, DEAN RISTER, MIKE ROHRS, KEITH WEST, AND RUDIE REEB.

 

ALSO IN ATTENDANCE: SOLICITOR MELANIE FARR, ADMINISTRATOR SARA KEERAN, EMS CLERK ASHLEY MCDOUGALL, AND FISCAL OFFICER AIMEE LICHTY.  MEDIA PRESENT: PETER GREER – CRESCENT NEWS. VISITORS PRESENT: ALLIE BEREGSZAZI, SANDY SANDERS, AND HIGH SCHOOL GOVERNMENT STUDENTS.

 

MINUTES FROM THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING HELD AUGUST 19, 2019, WERE REVIEWED.

 

  •   MOTION MADE BY ROHRS, SECONDED BY WEST, TO ACCEPT THE MINUTES FROM THE AUGUST 19, 2019, REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING. 6 YEAS, 0 NAYS.  MOTION CARRIED AND APPROVED.

 

THE AUGUST DISBURSEMENTS WERE REVIEWED.  DISCUSSION ON EXPENSES.

 

  •   MOTION MADE BY REINHART, SECONDED BY RISTER, TO APPROVE THE AUGUST RECONCILIATION REPORT.  6 YEAS, 0 NAYS.  MOTION CARRIED AND APPROVED.

 

VISITORS

ALLIE BEREGSZAZI ADDRESSED COUNCIL REGARDING HER CONCERNS WITH A HOUSE NEXT DOOR TO HER PROPERTY BEING IN A DILAPIDATED CONDITION AND ANYONE MOVING INTO THE HOUSE IN ITS CURRENT CONDITION.  ADMINISTRATOR KEERAN SAID SHE HAD ADDRESSED THE ISSUES WITH THE CURRENT OWNER AND WILL CONTACT HIM AGAIN TO REMIND HIM THAT NOBODY CAN MOVE INTO THIS HOUSE UNTIL IT MEETS THE VILLAGE’S MINIMUM HOUSING STANDARDS.

 

HIGH SCHOOL GOVERNMENT STUDENTS PRESENT TO OBSERVE.

 

POLICE REPORT

POLICE CHIEF CLEMENS PROVIDED A WRITTEN REPORT SHOWING 111 CALLS FOR SERVICE FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST WITH 68 OFFENSES.

 

EMS REPORT

EMS CLERK ASHLEY MCDOUGALL PROVIDED A WRITTEN REPORT SHOWING COLLECTIONS OF $5,230.62 FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST, WITH A YEAR-TO-DATE TOTAL COLLECTED OF $39,624.77. THERE WAS $4,050.00 TRANSFERRED TO THE VEHICLE REPLACEMENT FUND IN AUGUST.  THERE WERE 37 EMS RUNS FOR AUGUST. MCDOUGALL REPORTED THAT SHE STILL HAS 6 OUTSTANDING REPORTS. SHE DISCUSSED ISSUES ON SUBMITTING THOSE WITH THE VILLAGE SOLICITOR AND SHE WILL MOVE FORWARD IN FINALIZING THOSE REPORTS.  MCDOUGALL ALSO STATED THAT NEW PEOPLE ARE JOINING THE EMS TEAM.

 

FISCAL OFFICER’S REPORT

SECOND READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 2019-12: AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND THE FISCAL OFFICER TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH CRANE TOWNSHIP FOR PROVIDING EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE FOR YEARS 2020, 2021, AND 2022

 

SECOND READING OF RESOLUTION NO. 2019-09:  RESOLUTION ACCEPTING THE AMOUNTS AND RATES AS DETERMINED BY THE BUDGET COMMISSION AND AUTHORIZING THE NECESSARY TAX LEVIES AND CERTIFYING THEM TO THE COUNTY AUDITOR

 

FIRST READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 2019-15: AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE LEASE OF REAL ESTATE OWNED BY THE VILLAGE OF ANTWERP, OHIO PURSUANT TO OHIO REVISED CODE § 721.03 AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO LEASE AGREEMENT WITH THE HIGHEST AND BEST BIDDER

 

BID RESULTS: STEVE MARLIN – $90.00 PER ACRE – $2,016.00 PER YEAR; MIKE WIESEHAN – $190.00 PER ACRE – $4,256.00 PER YEAR;       ISAAC YENSER – $227.00 PER ACRE – $5,084.80 PER YEAR

 

FIRST READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 2019-16: AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE VILLAGE ADMINISTRATOR TO LET BIDS FOR THE COLLECTION AND REMOVAL OF RESIDENTIAL GARBAGE, RUBBISH, REFUSE AND BULKY WASTE FROM THE VILLAGE OF ANTWERP, PAULDING COUNTY, OHIO

 

EMERGENCY READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 2019-17: AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING THE FINAL PLAT OF THE MAUMEE LANDING SUBDIVISION – PHASE 7 (LOT 23) TO THE ADDITION TO THE VILLAGE OF ANTWERP, PAULDING COUNTY, OHIO, PURSUANT TO ORDINANCE NO. 94-17, AND DECLARING THE SAME AN EMERGENCY

 

  •   MOTION MADE BY RISTER, SECONDED BY JAN REEB, TO SUSPEND THE RULES REGARDING ORDINANCE NO. 2019-17. 6 YEAS, 0 NAYS.  MOTION CARRIED AND APPROVED.

 

  •   MOTION MADE BY ROHRS, SECONDED BY RUDIE REEB, TO ACCEPT ORDINANCE NO. 2019-17. 6 YEAS, 0 NAYS.  MOTION CARRIED AND APPROVED.

 

RITA REPORT REVIEWED.  THERE WAS $27,738.17 COLLECTED IN SEPTEMBER WITH AN INCREASE OVER SEPTEMBER OF LAST YEAR OF $3,770.10 AND AN INCREASE YEAR-TO-DATE COMPARED TO LAST YEAR OF $19,983.65.

 

ADMINISTRATOR’S REPORT

DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT AT PARK:

THE DRAINAGE PROJECT AT RIVERSIDE PARK IS COMPLETED AND THE FINAL COST STAYED WITHIN THE BUDGET.   5 CATCH BASINS AND 360 FEET OF 10” STORM LINE WAS INSTALLED AROUND THE PLAYGROUND AND PAVILION STRUCTURES.  THE COMPANY DID AN EXCELLENT JOB AND ONE WOULD NEVER KNOW THEY DUG THE WHOLE PLACE UP.  JUST A GREAT COMPANY TO WORK WITH AND THEY COMPLETED THE JOB IN 3 DAYS.  THIS SHOULD GREATLY IMPROVE THE ACCESSIBILITY OF THE PLAYGROUND DURING THE WET SPRING MONTHS.  AGAIN THIS WAS ACCOMPLISHED WITH BLOCK GRANT FUNDS THROUGH THE PAULDING COUNTY COMMISSIONER’S OFFICE.

 

EAGLE SCOUT PROJECT AT THE PARK COMPLETED:

DAVID GARMATER FROM TROOP 143 OF ANTWERP HAD APPROACHED THE VILLAGE ABOUT DOING HIS EAGLE SCOUT PROJECT IN RIVERSIDE PARK.  DAVID PLACED A PERMANENT PICNIC TABLE AND INSTALLED ONE OF THE VILLAGE’S NEWLY PURCHASED CHARCOAL GRILLS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE STAIRWAY THAT LEADS TO THE RIVER.  HE WAS ABLE TO USE CONCRETE SLABS RECENTLY REMOVED BY THE ANTWERP ROTARY FROM THE FORMER MEMORIAL SITE AT THE PARK AROUND THE TABLE AND GRILL.  COUNCIL PERSON JAN REEB ATTENDED THE DEDICATION AND THE SCOUTS INITIATED THE GRILL.  IT IS A REALLY NICE ADDITION TO THE PARK.  THE ADMINISTRATOR ENCOURAGES EVERYONE TO USE IT.  THE SCENERY IS BEAUTIFUL IN THE RIVER BOTTOM.

 

MAUMEE LANDING SUBMITS THE FINAL PLAT TO THE VILLAGE FOR APPROVAL:

OLEY MCMICHAEL HAS SOLD ANOTHER LOT IN MAUMEE LANDING SUBDIVISION AND HAS SUBMITTED THE FINAL PLAT TO THE VILLAGE FOR APPROVAL.  PHASE 7 INCLUDES LOT 23 AND THE PLANNING COMMISSION MEMBERS WERE CPMTACTED AND PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDED THE FINAL PLAT BE APPROVED.  AN ORDINANCE AND THE FINAL PLAT WAS PRESENTED FOR APPROVAL.

 

EPA’S WATER PLANT VISIT ON SEPTEMBER 5, 2019:

THE BOWLING GREEN DISTRICT OFFICE OHIO EPA INSPECTED THE VILLAGE’S WATER SYSTEM ON SEPTEMBER 5, 2019.  THE NEW IMPROVEMENTS RECENTLY COMPLETED TO THE FILTER BUILDING AND CLEAR WELL WERE REVIEWED ALONG WITH THE HIGH SERVICE PUMP BUILDING AND ALL OF THE WELLS.  THE REPRESENTATIVE DID NOT NOTE ANY VIOLATIONS TO THE VILLAGE ADMINISTRATOR OR CURTIS NESTLEROAD BUT WILL HAVE RECOMMENDATIONS ON SOME UPGRADES THAT SHE FEELS THE VILLAGE NEEDS TO THE HIGH SERVICE PUMPS.  DISCUSSION HAD THAT NEXT YEAR IMPROVEMENTS NEED TO BE MADE TO THE PIPING AND PUMPS AS THE EXISTING PUMPS HAVE OUTLIVED THEIR USEFUL LIFE.  OF COURSE, UNTIL THE VILLAGE RECEIVES THE REPORT OF THE EPA VISIT, THE VILLAGE WILL NOT KNOW THE TIMELINE TO ACCOMPLISH RECOMMENDATIONS.  THE REPRESENTATIVE DID REQUEST ALL DOCUMENTATION THAT SHE ASKED FOR TO BE SCANNED AND SENT TO HER WHICH WILL REQUIRE AT LEAST A DAY OR TWO TO ACCOMPLISH.  BUT OVERALL, THIS VISIT WAS A VAST IMPROVEMENT OVER THE 2016 VISIT.  THE REPRESENTATIVE FELT THE VILLAGE HAD ACCOMPLISHED A LOT AND THE ADMINISTRATOR GAVE CREDIT TO OPERATOR CURTIS NESTLEROAD AND OTHER UTILITY WORKERS FOR DOING A GREAT JOB RUNNING THE PLANT.

 

COMPOST SITE OFFICIALLY CLOSED AND TRANSFER SITE OPENED:

THE COMPOST SITE HAS BEEN OFFICIALLY CLOSED AND REMOVED FOR OVERSITE BY EPA.  ALL MATERIAL HAS BEEN CHIPPED AND REMOVED FROM THE SITE.  NEW SIGNAGE HAS BEEN POSTED AND AS FAR AS THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS CONCERNED, NOTHING WILL CHANGE ON WHAT THEY CAN BRING OUT TO THE SITE.  RESIDENTS BRINGING LIMBS AND LEAVES OUT SHOULD DROP THESE MATERIALS INSIDE OF THE STAKED AREA AND NOT LEAVE PLASTIC BAGS, CARDBOARD OR ANY TYPE OF GARBAGE AT THE SITE.  THE GUIDELINES OF HAVING A TRANSFER SITE IS THAT THE MATERIAL MUST BE REMOVED FROM THE SITE AT LEAST ONCE A YEAR.   PUBLICATION OF THE SITE RE-OPENING HAS BEEN PLACED ON THE VILLAGE’S WEBSITE, VILLAGEOFANTWERP.COM, ON THE VILLAGE’S FACEBOOK PAGE AND WILL BE PUBLISHED IN THE WEST BEND NEWS.  THE VILLAGE WILL ATTEMPT TO HAVE THE SITE OPEN CONTINUOUSLY WITH THE EXCEPTION OF WET WEATHER AND WINTER MONTHS.  AGAIN, IF A WINTER STORM HAS CAUSED LIMBS AND BRANCHES TO FALL, THE VILLAGE WILL OPEN TO ACCEPT THOSE.  AGAIN, LOGS AND BRANCHES OVER 3” IN DIAMETER WILL NOT BE TAKEN AS THEY CANNOT BE CHIPPED.  THIS SITE IS ONLY FOR THE BENEFIT OF VILLAGE OF ANTWERP RESIDENTS AS THEY ARE THE ONES PAYING FOR IT.

 

FIRST READING ON LETTING BIDS FOR GARBAGE COLLECTION:

THE FIRST OF THREE READINGS WAS HELD AT THE MEETING TO START THE PROCESS TO CONTINUE VILLAGE WIDE GARBAGE COLLECTION.  UTILITY COMMITTEE SCHEDULED A MEETING FOR SEPTEMBER 23, 2019, AT 8:00 A.M. TO DISCUSS LIMITING BULKY WASTE PICK-UP ITEMS TO BE INCLUDED IN THE NEXT CONTRACT.

 

COMMITTEE REPORTS

REINHART SPOKE ON BEHALF OF THE SAFETY COMMITTEE MEETING TO DISCUSS REMOVAL OF SOME STOP SIGNS IN THE VILLAGE.  THE COMMITTEE FELT THAT THERE WERE ONLY TWO THAT MAY BE ABLE TO BE REMOVED.  THE LOCATIONS OF THOSE SIGNS WERE OSWALT & WOODCOX (REMOVING WOODCOX SIGNS), AND MADISON & CANAL (REMOVING CANAL SIGNS).  SOLICITOR FARR WILL RESEARCH THE PROCESS OF REMOVING STOP SIGNS.  CHIEF CLEMENS DOES NOT THINK THE VILLAGE SHOULD REMOVE ANY.  RISTER TOLD COUNCIL ABOUT A WEIGHT LIMIT SIGN ON MADISON AND CANAL NEEDING TO BE REMOVED.  KEERAN SAID THEY WOULD GET THAT REMOVED.

 

PERSONNEL COMMITTEE WILL MEET ON SEPTEMBER 23, 2019, AT 8:30 A.M. TO REVIEW PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE PERSONNEL HANDBOOK.

 

MAYOR’S REPORT

MAYOR’S COURT BROUGHT IN A TOTAL OF $8,920.00 IN THE MONTH OF AUGUST WITH $6,710.00 GOING TO THE VILLAGE, $2,129.00 GOING TO THE STATE, AND $81.00 GOING TO THE INDIGENT DRIVER’S FUND.

 

NEW BUSINESS

WEST REMINDED KEERAN THAT THE CANNON FROM THE PARK NEEDS MOVED TO A SAFE LOCATION.  KEERAN SAID THAT THEY WOULD GET IT MOVED THIS WEEK.  MAYOR DELONG SAID THAT THE VFW WILL DISCUSS HOW TO OFFER THE CANNON TO A VETERAN AT THEIR NEXT VFW MEETING.

 

REINHART SAID HE GOT A CALL ABOUT SOME LIMBS HANGING OVER THE SIDEWALK AROUND MADISON AND RIVER STREET AND ASKED IF THE VILLAGE COULD GET THOSE TRIMMED BACK.  KEERAN STATED THAT SHE WOULD GET IT TAKEN CARE OF.

 

MAYOR WOULD LIKE UTILITY COMMITTEE TO MEET TO DISCUSS IF THE VILLAGE CAN HAVE LEAF PICKUP.  HE WOULD LIKE TO SEE THIS SERVICE ADDED.

 

 

  •   MOTION MADE BY ROHRS, SECONDED BY JAN REEB, TO ADJOURN THE MEETING. 6 YEAS, 0 NAYS.  MOTION CARRIED AND APPROVED.  MEETING ADJOURNED AT 6:16 P.M.

 

 

 

MAYOR_________________________________________

 

FISCAL OFFICER___________________________________                            DATE________________

WATER INTERRUPTIONS TO MOVE TO ERIE/BUFFALO/E. CANAL AS WATERLINE PROJECT CONTINUES

As part of the waterline replacement project.  Sections of E. Canal from Erie Street east to Water Plant drive will cause water in the area to be off while connections are made.  Once water comes back on, residents are advised to run their outside spigots until the water clears as the process of shutting off water caused sediment to be stirred in the lines.  There has been no lose of pressure in the line so this does not caused a boil advisory.  The Village would ask for patience during this process as we replace cast iron lines that are over 50 years old with plastic.  This should result in less waterline breaks.