Beach Town Village Council
Important Motion: Held the 2nd looking at of an ordinance to provide 2.5-acres of village- owned land. The land on Manchester Avenue just north of the village borders a farm owned by the village.
Discussion: Councilwoman Mary Beth Yoder instructed the village keep a general public auction to provide the land. Solicitor Stephan Babik mentioned the village can possibly keep an auction or choose bids. It is council’s decision.
Held an govt session to review employees’ wages and careers but took no motion. In other motion taken right after the executive session, council agreed to established a exclusive assembly to evaluate the present ordinance and make variations in a new ordinance for the village administrator, if vital. No day has been established.
Listened to a concern about the baseball/softball fields in the village becoming applied by traveling groups and the area teams need to have choice to use the fields. The fields are owned by Fairless Nearby Educational institutions and the Muskingum Watershed District. The village has no say in the determination who uses the fields.
Held a discussion on designating a parking lot and putting in a bicycle rack at neighborhood park. No selections were being designed.
Read the value for a surveillance technique is staying researched that would protect the park and other properties.
Listened to Yoder tell council the Park and Recreation Committee and the Local community Enhancement Company need to have to be transparent. She stated the Park and Recreation Committee want to take above the duties of the rental of the local community park pavilion. The CIC knowledgeable the committee that they will give up the rental funding for the pavilion and the CIC treasurer will no for a longer period routine the use of the pavilion.
FOR YOUR Details:
A bake sale will start at 9 a.m. April 16 adopted by the once-a-year Easter egg hunt at 10 a.m. Children ought to carry their own baskets.
The National Day of Prayer will be May possibly 5.
UP Up coming: Fulfills at 7 p.m. April 18 at 105 East Most important. The Park and recreation and basic safety committees will meet at 6 p.m. April 8 in Village Hall.
This report initially appeared on The Independent: Seashore Town eyes sale of village land, thinking about auction