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Raritan Will Shut Off Delinquent Water Customers

The trustees met in the meeting room of the Raritan Firehouse on April 9, with trustees Blender, Powless, Magee, Walker, Anders and Knapp answering roll call.

Delinquent water bills were discussed, and it was decided to disconnect those delinquent.

Dave Schaub, from Waste Management, was present to present the new three year contract for garbage pickup for the village which the board approved.

A motion was made by trustee Knapp, second trustee Waller to approve the bid from Jay Blender to mow the park. Motion carried.

Larry Thompson requested a building permit to build an addition to their home. It was approved.

Bills were approved totaling $7,963.58 presented as follows: Waste Management $782.00; AmerenIP $604.57; Dallas Rural Water $605.59; PDC Laboratories $14.50; Sonny Repair $138.76; Dennis Rankin $154.55; Richard Knapp $461.75; Jim Blender $1,108.20; Carla Magee $554.10; Linda Thompson $461.75; Gary Powless $184.70; Phil Anders $221.64; Earl Waller $184.70; Mike Knapp $166.23; Dwayne Magee $184.70; Sammy Blender $221.64; Phil Anders $169.00; IMCO $318.60; WIRC $1,745.20.