BLOOMVILLE - Bloomville Mayor Bob George and council visited the park pool at the beginning of the council meeting Wednesday evening, examining the condition of the bottom and other physical issues.
"We need to do something about all the cracks or basically it's going to crumble," George said.
George said Street Superintendent Rick Dendinger is contacting contractors for options and costs and may have more information in two weeks.
Village Clerk/Treasurer Janis Weasner announced the new recycling center is to be open Oct. 1 at the old Bloom Township garage. The center will have three containers and a fence placed around it. The contract for the facility is between the hauler and Ottawa-Sandusky-Seneca Solid Waste District. She said a trailer will not be brought in for September, ending the current practice.
Councilman Ray Sexton said he is continuing to research online auction sites suitable for the village's use. Village solicitor Tim Hoover said one site has worked well for Fostoria, but requires an internet sales policy and which requires an ordinance which is reauthorized annually. He will gather more information for the next
George said he had signed a contract for village electric service with Aspen Electric. The one year contract could save the village $7,000.
Council also heard:
The trial of former Bloomville police officer William Laugherty is postponed to Oct. 30 due to defendant's health issues.
The water tower has been resealed and leak fixed for $5,600, coordinated by Water/Wastewater Superintendent Darin Brown.
Swings at the park were removed from the swing set after vandalism.
George cleaned graffiti from park tables.
Resolution 2012-07 was passed as an emergency, certifying delinquent accounts to the county
Council is to meet at 7 p.m. Sept. 19 at the village office.