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The saga of the Ogden water tower continues.
“There isn’t too much to update,” Mayor Jack Reidner said.
The St. Joseph Village Board heard from engineering firm Clark Dietz at the Jan. 28 meeting.
The village is looking at doing work on Grant Avenue and Sherman Street. The work will include milling and resurfacing.
The Homer TIF committee met on Jan. 23 to discuss the village's TIF District with a representative from Jacob and Kline.
The Village of Homer discussed contracting sidewalk snow removal for certain areas in town during its January board meeting.
The areas would include sidewalks near Homer Elementary School and near the village hall.
“Clearly we don’t have the equipment to do this,” said Mayor Ray Cunningham.
The St. Joseph Village board voted to accept the market research study that was presented by developer John Wortman at the Jan. 14 village board meeting.
Lane DeMay is ambitious.
DeMay approached the Ogden Village Board in September requesting to refurbish the village playground as his Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project because it was in such a run-down condition.
The St. Joseph Village Board voted to approve a sales tax refund agreement with Wortman Properties Inc. Wortman Properties wants to build a convenience store and gas station in St. Joseph.
More than 20 residents attended the meeting.
The St. Joseph Finance committee will meet again on Dec. 3 to discuss a proposed convenience store coming to St. Joseph.
A new $1.5 million gas station and convenience store may be coming to St. Joseph.
Developers from Wortman-Keller Development presented to the village board on Tuesday night regarding a proposed gas station and convenience store that would go on the corner of Route 150 and Third Street on the lot between St. Joseph United Methodist Church and the Casey's General Store.
The Village of Ogden has decided to extend leaf pickup for the village.
Trustee Todd Newsom said he thought the service needed to be extended.
Trustee Sonja Vickers said residents were allowed to burn leaves and she wasn't sure if pickup needed to be extended.
Trustee Duane Fitch said he believed pickup did need to be extended.