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By Mount Vernon News
January 21, 2014 11:27 am EST

 

FREDERICKTOWN — A fairly uneventful village council meeting Monday night featured only one ordinance and a pair of resolutions.

The only ordinance was a measure amending the pay ordinance to provide for paying the zoning commissioner monthly instead of quarterly due to a requirement in state law. The amount the inspector is paid does not change.

Two resolutions were approved honoring Dave Glass and Ron Winget for their service on council. Glass served 19 years on council, including 16 as president of council, and Winget served four years. They did not run for re-election in November.

Village Administrator Gary Gallogly said the village has been using a lot of salt this winter and is down to less than 50 tons on hand. However, a shipment is expected today.

“We’re trying not to use an undue amount,” he said.

Gallogly said he has not yet received a report from the water tower contractor on the completion schedule for the project.

Mayor Alan Kintner signed a proclamation, requested by the Fredericktown Area Church Association, proclaiming Feb. 2 “Love Your Neighbor Day” in Fredericktown. Special collections that day will be turned over to Interchurch for use in the Fredericktown area.

 

 

 

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