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2010 State of the Village Report

Mary Jo Cusack, Mayor

At the January 19, 2010, meeting Council welcomed Jon L. Ankrom, Briggs W. Hamor, Eric A. MacGilvray and Daniel W. Noonan for the terms ending 2013. Council elected Kirk McHugh as President Pro Tem. At the September 20, 2010, meeting, Council welcomed Don Griffith as its newest member. Don replaced Dan Noonan who resigned in August.

Council adopted the following Ordinances

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Council adopted the following Resolutions

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Finances

Community Events

These events were held at the Circle: the Bunny Hop, the July Fourth Picnic, and the Halloween Party.

Long-Range Plans

  1. The major long-range plan is the infrastructure. Riverlea and the other suburbs entered into an agreement with the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency requiring specific timelines for updating our infrastructure. It is mandatory that this be carried out.
  2. In conjunction with the infrastructure, the streets and curbs need to be redone. Council is working on this in conjunction with our Street Commissioner, Bill Charles, and Burgess and Niple Engineering firm.
  3. It is hoped that at the time we do the streets and curbs, we can consider electrical service to the Circle and water service to the entrance markers.
  4. The lift station will probably be replaced at the time that the infrastructure is replaced. Bill Charles has checked with Worthington and they may be putting a new sewer in within three years. We hope to work with them.
  5. The purchase of a Village Hall has been discussed in the past. Given current finances and requirements for infrastructure and streets and curbs, this will be very far down on the list of priorities.
  6. Discussions with Worthington as to possible annexation will probably be forthcoming.
  7. Safe routes to school will continue to be discussed and solutions sought.

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