By Karen Cornelius The Streets, Buildings, and Grounds Committee met on Monday, April 10, to discuss a proposed 2018 street rubric which would help decide the fate of future road repairs rather than the present year-by-year struggle to choose streets which fit into the limited budget. Streets chairman Jim Forthofer said they reached anContinue reading “Streets Committee looks at creating a plan for future road repairs”
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Question of the Week???
One resident asked what was happening with the dog park they had heard was going to be in Vermilion. There were a group of residents interested in opening a dog park on the land next to the community swimming pool. The estimated cost for the fencing alone was going to be $25,000 – $30,000. TheyContinue reading “Question of the Week???”
Committee considers legislation to regulate clandestine drug labs
By Karen Cornelius The Legislative Committee of Vermilion City Council met on Monday night, April 10, and reviewed sample legislation from Vermilion Township on clandestine drug labs due to the concern of future illegal and dangerous meth labs coming into the area. Legislative chairman Frank Loucka stated that the sample legislation came from VermilionContinue reading “Committee considers legislation to regulate clandestine drug labs”
Council members debate 2017 funding for Streets Maintenance and Repair
By Karen Cornelius When the Finance Committee met on Monday, April 10, to review several 2017 budget items, the bone of contention was the funding for Streets M&R (Maintenance and Repair). The budget expenses were listed at $680,000 which the administration felt were sufficient funds to be spent for street repair/paving materials including a $5,000Continue reading “Council members debate 2017 funding for Streets Maintenance and Repair”