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Village Council: Monday, Dec. 8

Chief Business Officer Mark Kohlman reported to Council that the College awaits a proposal from landscape architects Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates on the changes to the section of Middle Path in the Village.

Chief Bill Smith of the College Township Fire Department said the department is moving forward with a plan to install more part-time personnel, that it has accepted nine Kenyon first years on squad and that there are now two nurses on staff, with more going through a nursing program.

Village Administrator Suzanne Hopkins reported that the East Woodside Drive improvement project is nearing completion.

Council approved temporary appropriations for 2015.

Council voted to enter into an Automated Clearing House agreement with First-Knox National Bank, which will allow the Village to direct-deposit payment into employees’ accounts.

Council approved an agreement with Integrys Energy Services to negotiate with natural gas. and electric companies as part of the aggregation program voters approved in November.


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