Edon Board Of Public Affairs Accepts Superintendent’s Resignation

VR LOGO - WEBBy: Lucinda Held-Faulhaber
THE VILLAGE REPORTER

Personnel matters topped the Edon Board of Public Affairs agenda during its regular monthly session held Tuesday, November 11, 2014 at Village Chambers. Mayor Darlene Burkhardt called the late afternoon meeting to order with Andy Ledyard, Chip Hulbert, Warren Henry and Fiscal Officer Heidi Bidwell in attendance.

Accepted by the Board was Water/Wastewater Superintendent Chris Decker’s letter of resignation effective November 28, 2014 at 3:30 p.m. The Board additionally noted Chad Ordway, current Operator of Record for the Village’s Water Department, would temporarily assume responsibility for testing and operation of the sewer plant. Mr. Ordway, a certified water operator, holds Wastewater I licensure as well.

In other business brought forward, members:

•Agreed not to accept USABlueBook’s quote regarding a comminutor for the EQ tank; further information is considered necessary before making a final decision.
•Agreed to rekey water and wastewater facilities on November 28 (or shortly thereafter).
•Accepted the Minutes, Financial Report and Bills as presented.
•Signed the Shut-Off List.

Prior to adjournment, members voted to enter into Executive Session for the expressed purpose of discussing potential hiring of personnel; no action was taken upon returning to open session over thirty minutes later.
Edon Board of Public Affairs will hold its next regular meeting Tuesday, December 9, 2014 beginning at 4:30 p.m. in Village Chambers.

Lucinda Held-Faulhaber
May be reached at
publisher@thevillagereporter.com

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