Bloomville pool ready for swim season
BLOOMVILLE – Bloomville Council members heard the swimming pool is filled and ready for the summer with opening day June 2.
Street Superintendent Rick Dentinger said stains remain in the swimming pool after last year’s leak, even though he has been applying bleach. A representative from Renosys, the firm that made last year’s repairs, also used bleach to remove the stains and said the warranty does not cover stains. Continued calls to the company are being ignored and Dentinger may ask Solicitor Tim Hoover to follow up.
Dentinger said areas disturbed when repairing water breaks are to have hot patch applied, because it will be available with warmer weather.
Mayor Robert George said FSI, the village’s trash hauler, has been delivering packaged bags of eight when the bag states 10 and residents are being charged for 10. Attempts to contact the company have resulted in no response.
George said the Ohio Revised Code states lawns must not be taller than six inches. Notices are to be sent to residents reminding them to get lawns mowed before grass is tall.
It was announced a
follow-up meeting for
the Bloom Township/Bloomville EMS was to take place Thursday. Councilman Joe Kelbley, who also is an EMT, would be representing council.
Zoning Commissioner Bill Oliver said he is incorporating regulations for sidewalks to the codes after consulting with Hoover. The commission tabled the issue for a variance for keeping rabbits in the village.
Councilman Ray Sexton is to contact American Electric Power about converting the street lamps to LED lights.
In other action,
Announced community garage sales June 6 and 7. Residents participating must register at the village office.
Announced the Bicycle Rodeo 9 a.m.-noon June 14 at Beeghly Park. The event is sponsored by Neighborhood Watch and the Crime Prevention Officer.
Passed by emergency measure following the second reading of the resolution to employ Christal McCoy, Renee Bernal and Julia Sherwood as pool managers, establishing the pool rates and setting hourly rates for the lifeguards/cage workers as the pool will be opened before the next meeting.
Heard the second reading of the resolution requesting the county auditor prepare a certificate of estimated property tax revenue for the renewal 1.5 mill-levy to be placed on the Nov. 4 ballot.
Learned the Masonic Lodge had planted a tree at Beeghly Park in memory of Jim Miller. A commemorative plaque will be added later.
Had clerk/treasurer Janis Weasner submit the draft July budget figures for approval at the next meeting.
Council is to meet at 7 p.m. June 4.