Council updated on income survey


Staff report



KETTLERSVILLE — Kettlersville Village Council at its recent meeting got an update on income surveys and discussed removal of the bell from the old town hall.

Mayor Eric Kaminsky said that as of July 1, 21 income surveys still were needed. Kaminsky was to contact Julie Ward, of the Rural Community Assistance Partnership, for further information about the survey.

Items have been removed from the old town hall with the exception of the bell. The village sold the building earlier this summer. A crane and carpenter will be needed to remove the bell. Kaminsky was to obtain contact information and provide it to council.

Council discussed the custodian contract with Dietrich Reinhart. A final contract will be prepared by Fiscal Officer Linda Miller. Also, Dietrich provided a quote to reroof the park shelter. Council passed a motion to have Dietrich do the work using 35-year shingles. The approximate cost will be $2,000 to $2,400. The work was expected to take a few weeks.

In other business:

• There was no update on finding a street-sweeping company.

• Green house numbering signs are complete and will be distributed to residents by the Van Buren Township Fire Department.

• There was no update on alley repairs by the Well Association.

• Council was informed that per the Shelby County Engineer, residential streets within the village have a speed limit of 35 mph. To lower the speed limit, a traffic study would need to be performed.

• The mayor reminded council that terms are up at the end of 2015 for himself, John Shumate and David Greer. The deadline to file with the Shelby County Board of Elections was Aug. 5

Staff report