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Village tackles handful of ordinances

March 11, 2014

The Village of Cridersville addressed many ordinances and resolutions at the monthly meeting for March 2014.

One of those ordinances was, number 1657 which was presented to council last month as an amendment to the previous ordinance number 1652.

Mayor Lorali Myers said this ordinance pertained to amending the ordinance that was previously passed regarding the pay package for non-elected employees of the village.

“This, in regards to a village employee in plant operations that has passed their water treatment or waste water treatment, they would actually receive a $1 increase for that particular licensing,” Myers said.

This was the first reading of ordinance number 1657, and two more readings are required in order to finalize the amendment.

Myers introduced a handful of resolutions during the new business portion of the meeting. One of which, resolution number 2233 regarding the permanent appropriations for 2014, was explained by Candy Stevely, council clerk-treasurer.

“These will be the ones we will begin with through the rest of the year,” Stevely said. “If anything happens we can amend the permanent appropriations during the year.”

For the full story, see the Tuesday, March 11 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.


 

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