BLOOMVILLE - At a meeting Wednesday evening, Bloomville village officials recognized the death of Councilman Gary D. Keller. Described as a strong supporter of Bloomville activities and dedicated councilman, Keller served in the U.S. Navy Airborne Division and was a long-time member of the Masonic fraternity. He also served nine years as a member of the Seneca County Fair Board. Council plans on dedicating a tree in his memory.
Representatives of two pool companies visited recently, Streets Superintendent Rick Dentinger said in his report, and assessed the work needed to rehabilitate the pool. Council is awaiting quotes for the work before making a choice. Dentinger also reported the purchase of a used truck for spreading salt this winter.
Clerk/treasurer Janis Weasner reminded council trick-or-treat night is 6-7:30 p.m. Oct. 31. The Neighborhood Watch is to provide glow necklaces. Weasner asked that residents leave their outside lights on if they want to participate.
Other items discussed included:
Mercy Health Fair Nov.16 with flu shots offered for $15.
Election Day dinner from 9 a.m.-7 p.m. at the Community Center with coffeecake in the morning and soup with sandwiches in the afternoon.
Sale advertisement for village placed in newspaper at $213.40.
Passed a pay ordinance.
The next council meeting is 7 p.m. Nov. 7 at the village office.