The Village of Cridersville’s February council meeting began with committee reports on Monday night.
Chairman of the Planning Committee Bob Conner asked to have a meeting set up for the committee to brainstorm some ideas for the rest of the year.
A Findlay-based company has established a site that will allow Wapakoneta residents to dump concrete, asphalt, brick and block material on the property of the old Wapakoneta Machine Company at the intersection of North and Water Street.
Go Green LLC, which specializes in crushing, grinding and shredding recyclable materials, is currently accepting the items listed above.
Adam Miller, General Manager of Go Green LLC, said that the job site is temporary, and that the company will accept material until they feel they have enough to recycle.
The use of contingency funds to offset a revenue shortage prompted an outcry over spending at Monday’s city council meeting.
During a report from the finance committee, Chairwoman Bonnie Wurst reported that the swimming pool fund was discussed at the committee’s Feb. 5 meeting, wherein a question arose on how the fund’s contingency was spent.
Further information was proved at the committee’s Feb. 12 meeting that explained that the contingency was used to make up a $64,000 shortfall in revenue.