Council tackles old business


Staff report



KETTLERSVILLE — Kettlersville Village Council tackled some old business at its recent meeting.

Council did not get an update on removal of the bell from the old council chambers, according to meeting minutes. Councilman John Shumate was to remove the council sign.

Mayor Eric Kaminsky gave Bill Elsass an agreement for loaning of the old school arch. Elsass was to do research on improving the sign and will get back with council about that.

In other business:

• No update was given on completion of the green house-numbering signs by the Van Buren Township Fire Department.

• Alley repairs are still on the contractor’s schedule.

• The mayor was to follow up with the Sidney-Shelby County Health Department about a complaint about the general store.

• Fiscal Officer Linda Miller reported $1,444.32 has been received from the permissive auto license fee fund.

• The mayor reported Freisthler Paving was to complete work by mid-November.

• There was no update on finding someone to help hang and remove flags.

• A building permit was issued to the Schemmel residence. A letter was to be sent about sidewalk repair at the residence.

• Brush cleanup was completed at the park and picnic tables have been removed. Shumate suggested that the park be sprayed along the fence and gravel area.

• Council discussed future Halloween trick-or-treat dates.

• Zoning Officer Randy Wentz requested a copy of village plats; the mayor was to contact Choice One.

• The mayor read a letter from DP&L stating it is are asking the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio for a rate increase effective January 2017.

Staff report