Bloomville leaders address ongoing matters
By Bonnie Daniel
BLOOMVILLE – Bloomville Mayor Steve George informed council members Wednesday night the village received a letter from Duke Foltz with FSI Inc., the village’s trash hauler, regarding replacing the bags residents had been shorted. Residents were to receive 10 bags per box and were only supplied with eight each. An invoice has been sent to the village but the promised bags have not arrived.
The village has had a contract with the firm for three years and is to invite Shultz to the next council meeting for an explanation.
Street Superintendent Rick Dentinger reported taking pictures of the staining at the swimming pool to send to Renosys, the company that made repairs to the pool last year. He also has been filling pot holes with cold patch.
Police Chief Howard Minzer said the department is increasing patrol time on SR 19 while culvert replacement is in progress.
Councilman Dave Auble thanked managers and lifeguards at the pool for keeping things orderly and clean. It was noted that pool hours are 1-5 p.m. Friday.
In other business, council:
Appointed Carol Adams to the zoning committee.
Heard a public meeting to discuss EMS issues is scheduled for 6 p.m. July 13 at the firehouse.
Heard the second reading of the resolution accepting the certificate of estimated property tax revenue as determined by the county auditor and declaring the necessity of placing a 1.5 mill renewal real estate tax levy on the Nov. 4 ballot which generates $12,397.
Council is to meet at 7 p.m. July 16.