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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.
Driving a golf cart on village streets in Ogden is not legal.
Mayor Jack Reidner said it was already illegal by state law to drive a golf cart across Route 49.
The board decided not to go forward with an ordinance allowing golf carts to be driven on village streets at this time.
Homer residents can now keep chickens within the village limits.
Homer trustee Mike Johnson resigned as chair of the police committee at the September board meeting.
At the August meeting, resident Mike Wakefield said he felt it was inappropriate that Johnson was police chair because his son is a police officer.
Johnson said there was no conflict of interest.
The St. Joseph Village Board wants everyone to be able to enjoy the community's parks.
The St. Joseph Futbol Club, led by Chris Stevens, asked the board during an August meeting to make sure the parks and soccer spaces were used fairly.
The club has 14 athletes in third through sixth grade.
The St. Joseph board has decided to share the sidewalk on Lincoln Avenue with MeMe's Treat Boutique.
The business requested permission to use a portion of the sidewalk adjacent to and in front of their business at 228 1/2 E. Lincoln to place tables and chairs.
Village Attorney Joe Lierman said the tables would be 24 inches around and would include seating.
Water superintendent Ron Gast told the Broadlands Village Board that he looked into the cost of lidded meters that need replacement in the village.
At their August meeting the Homer village board discussed allowing chickens within village limits.
“I apologize for bringing this up,” Mayor Ray Cunningham said. “But there has been some interest in allowing chickens.”
Cunningham said he thought the village should discuss allowing a certain number of chickens, whether they would allow roosters and if they require them to be pinned up.