Headlines for March 28, 2016

School board sets town hall meetings
Written by DAVID SCHAEF

The Conneaut School District Board of Education will hold Town Hall meetings on the following dates and locations;

Monday, April 11, from 7-9 PM at Conneaut Valley Middle School auditorium;

Monday, April 18, from 7-9 PM at Conneaut Lake Middle School auditorium;

and Monday, April 25, from 7-9 PM at the Conneaut Area Senior High School auditorium

The purpose of these meetings will be for a budget presentation, charter school awareness, WIN presentation, curriculum and any other matters or business that may come before the Board.

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Water billing, tower cleanup CV council issues
Written by LISA HOUSERMAN

During the March meeting of Conneautville Borough Council, a resident approached the board about the water billing situation.

As was reported in December, the borough is owed thousands of dollars in past-due water bills. During that meeting borough worker Jerry Chamberlain said that it takes him a full week to physically read the meters. Water bills are sent out on a monthly basis and the actual reading takes place every three months.

According to notes taken by a citizen during the February meeting, Chamberlain has been able to reduce the time needed for meter reading to about 24 hours.

Back to the March gathering, the citizen stated that she apologized for not attending more meetings and indicated that she was sorry for being present just to place a complaint. She went on to ask council how the past-due water bills could amount to thousands of dollars when a monthly bill is $25. She also asked how many accounts they have and for how long this has been unfolding.

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Sadsbury supervisors note blight issues
Written by DAVID SCHAEF

The Sadsbury Township Supervisors met for the March public meeting with Board members Lyle Hoovler and Bonnie Smith in attendance. Supervisor Kevin VanHonk was absent. Secretary Rose Mumau took the minutes and there were no citizens present.

For Public Comment, Ron Harper of the Joint Municipal (Sewer) Authority informed the Board that he is replacing Rick Hinkel as manager. Hinkel is retiring after a lengthy career in sewer plant management.

For the Road Report, Road Master Mark Sobieski spoke about road repair after the winter months and getting the mowing equipment ready for summer weather.

The light at Rt. 322 is functioning properly.

The Dirt and Gravel Road grants were mentioned, and bid requests for Superpave material will be sent out. The bids will be opened at the April public meeting.

Read more in this weeks issue.


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