Gifford trustee asks about bringing back banners honoring military
GIFFORD — Trustee Brian Baxter brought up the idea of replacing the signs that once stood in town honoring Gifford residents serving in the military.
"It'd be nice to have them up before the Fourth of July," trustee Dustin Ehler said.
In other business:
— Water/sewer and street Superintendent Jess Childress suggested the village start charging residents again for water hookups if the installation requires tapping a new place in a water main or moving sewer lines. "People should understand that," village zoning commissioner Eric Rademacher said.
— The board has decided not to have a Dumpster Day this year. Trustees feared that the dumpsters would be filled with construction material instead of actual home garbage.
— Police Chief Sean Weary reported that a stop sign has been replaced on Park Avenue, but some residents were still "zooming through" it, which has led to some warnings.