Council has routine meeting

Staff report

KETTLERSVILLE — Routine business matters were addressed during the September Kettlersville Village Council meeting.

Mayor Eric Kaminsky reported the same company which swept the village streets in 2015 had contacted him to continue to work for the village. The cost will be the same as last year. Council approved the motion.

Kaminsky will check to see if the weeds in the gutters need to be removed before the sweeping.

He also reported he is seeking information about the Ohio Municipal League, which has upcoming legislation which will benefit the village. He will inform council when the materials have been received.

Kaminsky will also prepare a resolution for approval of the North Central Ohio Solid Waste District once the plan has been reviewed.

Karen Berning provided details about a telescoping flag pole with solar lighting. A quote will be requested.

John Shumate said the council chamber sign is in need of repairs. Kaminsky said several stop signs have been replaced.

Sgt. Brad Pleiman with the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office provided a log of when the Sheriff’s Office patrolled the village and calls made throughout August. Council told him there was an issue with 4-wheelers being driven on village streets.

Pleiman also explained how the village can recoup fine monies from Sidney Municipal Court.

Betty Ike told council that Wells Brothers estimated the cost to grade/gravel an alley would be $1,100. A formal quote for the job was requested.

Kaminsky informed Maurer’s and Choice One that the village will be be repairing the pipeline issue. A possible option is to dip the ditch in the spring.

Land Bank paperwork has been submitted to the state of Ohio for funding. The village computer has been repaired. A new lease has been mailed to Steinke Mfg,

Staff report