Ludlow faces more repairs for community building

Ludlow faces more repairs for community building

LUDLOW — Just a few weeks after a new heating and air-conditioning system was installed in the Ludlow Community Center, more equipment problems have arisen.

"Everything's 30 years old," Mayor Pete Walker said of the equipment showing its age.

The village board learned the water heater and water fountain at the center are broken. Walker said he has secured prices for repair or replacement of the equipment.

"I thought about having a special meeting to get it approved, but I haven't got that done yet," Walker said.

The board also approved its annual budget with $12,000 allocated for Hoveln Heating to pay for the HVAC work, and if Ludlow Township cannot contribute to the cost or if the equipment rebate does not sufficiently cover the cost, the budget will be amended to include the difference.

The board set town cleanup day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 21, at the Community Center.

Construction materials, paint and electronics will not be allowed. Proof of Ludlow residency must be shown to participate.

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