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Biggsville Village Board

-from May 3, 2006 Regular Board Minutes

John Roegiers of Missman Stanley & Associates discussed the Engineering Agreement with the Biggsville Village Board members for the water project, and this agreement will be submitted to the Rural Development State Engineer. Roegiers discussed the Environmental and detailed reports and said the estimated cost should be around $830,000. He said an engineering representative will be on location during construction. The village approved the engineering agreement with Missman Stanley & Associates as presented.

George Torrance said that five of the seven trees planted at the ballpark probably will not make it due to lack of water. Torrance said he will replace the trees that don't make it this fall.

In other business:

Parks-Richard Johnson said the Parks and Recreation Committee would like to change the location of the Reid Park rest room to the southwest corner of the park. All approved.

Johnson also reported the committee is trying to find a product for under the playground equipment. Currently they are looking at rubber nuggets. The committee is refining the plans for the sand volleyball court and drafting a letter to form a 16" softball league for late summer.

Lights-Marilyn Evans said lights on Main Street is on during the day. Janet Monville received a request from Mick Pulse to have a street light installed on East Lincoln Street. No action was taken.

Public Relations- Gloria Minard reported Trash Bash is June 3, 2006 from 7:00 a.m. to noon.

Streets- Dale Allenbaugh reported that several pot holes need filling and the post office alley needs repair. Janet Monville received a call that a lid on Blaine Street needed to be looked into.

Water and Sewer-Discussed delinquent water bills.

Sewer-Janet Monville said more gravel is needed at the lagoon.

Old Business-

President Janet Monville said she had talked with the sheriff and attorney about four-wheelers, motor bikes, and skateboards. She has had calls about kids riding this on private property, in the streets, and the highways. There has also been a near miss or two and the village wants to do what is best for the safety of those involved.

Monville said she is going to write an article for the newsletter.

Janet Monville advised the board the Guzman property has been cleaned up and is now for sale.

New Business-

Janet Monville said there is a "More on 34' yard sale scheduled from Princeville to the river. She also reported that a ground breaking ceremony was scheduled for the new museum on Main Street for May 5th.

The next regular meeting will be Wednesday, June 7, at 7:00 p.m. at the Biggsville Community Building.

The board met in regular session with President Janet Monville presiding and present: Trustees-Dale Allenbaugh, Jack Brokaw, Marilyn Evans, Gloria Minard, Bob Onion, and Brian Sterett. Treasurer-Gloria Jones. Clerk-Frank Jones. Visitors-John Roegiers of Missman Stanley & Associates, Dan Gibb, Richard Johnson, and George Torrance.

Treasurer Gloria Jones explained the annual statement for period May 1, 2005 through 30 April 2006 and it was approved as prepared.

The meeting adjourned at 9:17 p.m.