Montpelier Village Council Discusses Fall Trash Drop Off At Meetings

It was a light agenda for the Montpelier Village Council on August 27.

Council approved the 2012 fall trash drop-off at the Montpelier Street Department for Saturday, October 6 and 13. Items may be dropped off between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. on either Saturday.  The Street Department is located at 1010 East Main Street.  These dates are for oversized or bulky items such as appliances, furniture or tires.

Car tires will be accepted for $2.50 each, truck tires for $6 each and larger (tractor) tires at a cost of $25 each. Air conditioners or other appliances containing Freon will require a sticker which may be purchased for $15 per item at the village administrative office prior to the drop-off dates or at the street department at the time of drop-off

The village will not be accepting items normally picked up during regular trash pickup, construction items, leaves, grass, paint cans with liquid paint, cleaners or other chemicals. If you have questions on the types of items, please contact the village.

Council approved the adjustment to utility accounts with a final bill of $5.80.

October 11 was set for the village auction; time has not yet been established.  A list of auction items will be available at a later date. The auction will be held at the Montpelier Fire Station.

The resignation of Officer Duaine Cluckey was accepted. Mr. Cluckey has accepted a full-time teaching position.

Council approved Change Order #1 in the amount of $5,130.72 for contractor Lingvai Excavating for the 2012 Street Reconstruction Projects of South Pleasant and Lafayette Street.  This is a decrease from the original contract price.

Resolution 1027 for tax rates and amounts as determined by the county auditor was approved.
The next meeting of the Montpelier Village Council is set for September 10, 2012 at 7:30 p.m.

Joan Miller may be reached at publisher@thevillagereporter.com.

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