Sheriff’s Office to patrol Kettlersville streets

Staff report

KETTLERSVILLE – A contract for the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office to patrol the streets in the village of Kettlersville has been received by the Village Council.

No ordinance was required for the deputies to be able to write tickets as this was covered within the contract, council learned during its June meeting. Mayor Eric Kaminsky will follow up on how the percentage of fine money can be recouped by the village and inquire about inmates picking up trash.

Council approved a resolution to join the Shelby County Land Bank. The resolution will be sent to the Shelby County Commissioners.

In other business, council:

• Learned a work day was planned at the village park. Picnic tables and grills have been set out at the park.

• Learned an invoice is still needed from Well Association for the village to pay 50 percent for installation of fire hydrant at park.

• Learned Asphalt Systems started crack sealing streets on June 8. Kaminsky will contact Choice One in regards to pipeline repairs and grant options.

• Learned $583.44 has been received from the $5 Permissive License Fee Fund.

• Heard an ordinance about keeping of fowl within village limits. A Certified letter with return receipt requested will be sent to resident in violation of this ordinance. Resident will be given 7 days from date of letter to remedy problem. It will be noted in the letter that the Shelby County Health Department will be contacted if matter is not resolved within allotted time.

• Learned the propane tank is 19 percent full. TruPointe will be contacted to have the tank filled.

• Listened to concerns about motorbikes and four-wheelers on village streets. Kaminsky said the Sheriff’s Office should be contacted about the issue.

Staff report