Company to provide pool repair funds

BLOOMVILLE – Street Superintendent Rick Dentinger relayed to Bloomville council Wednesday night that Renosys, the company that installed a liner in their village swimming pool, is going to refund the village $1,254.32 for labor to make repairs after starting to refill the pool, the chemicals lost in draining the pool and the water to refill it. They determined the company was not responsible for the first filling or draining of the pool or damages incurred.

Police Chief Howard Minzer reported a block watch meeting was Tuesday evening and Ron Craig has agreed to be the leader.

Mayor Steve George said a clarification of the three-year contract rates from FSI will charge $1 per bag for the first year with the second and third years costing $2 per bag. Tote costs are $12 per month the first year and $13 for the second and third years. The village’s present contract with FSI expires Feb. 14. Members asked the mayor to investigate other trash haulers’ prices.

Clerk/treasurer Janis Weasner noted the state’s audit exit conference was Dec. 13 and the village will be notified when the report will be published for public examination.

The meeting went into executive session for discussion of potential disciplinary action of an employee.

In other action, council:

Heard George thank Travis Cole and Tracy Meadows for serving on council.

Noted a zoning committee meeting is Jan. 15 for a variance regarding the medical center.

Adopted an ordinance amending an earlier ordinance to appropriate for additional expenses and declaring an emergency.

Heard the first reading of an ordinance establishing amounts in the petty cash fund.

Heard the second reading of a resolution declaring the necessity to place a 1.5-mill renewal levy for police protection on the May 6 ballot. The levy would provide $12,397 annually.

Transferred $13,000 from the General Fund to the Police Fund.

Transferred interest back to appropriate funds: $318.02 to debt service; $168.15 to capital project; $535.43 to water and $115.45 to sewer.

Granted Dentinger to carry over six vacation days into 2014.

Council is to meet at 5 p.m. Jan. 2.