TAKEN AT THE POCAHONTAS VILLAGE BOARD MEETING
representative for the Methodist Church asked what would
be required by the Board for the creation of a parking
lot for the church. They are considering a parking lot
between the church and the rectory or behind the north
church. The village attorney, Kevin Sybert said they
must meet with the village building inspector to acquire
a certificate of compliance.
Little League would like to construct a swinging gate
at both ends of the park to stop traffic through the
park during ballgames. After some discussion, it was
decided that the Little League should get with the park
board to decide what kind of gate it is to be and bring
the specs back before the board. There was also discussion
about filling in the ditch between the ball diamond
and Lenjos. No resolution was reached at last
board was asked to put $3000.00 in the budget for new
christmas decorations for the village. Consideration
for new flooring for portions of the Village Hall, and
a new flag for the park was requested.
National Road Association was granted permission to
hold city wide yard sales and a craft sale on Fathers
Day, June 17.
owners of the property at 601 Blaine were back in court
this month and found in contempt. They were ordered
to complete a comprehensive clean up by March 27, and
to give the village building inspector access to inspect
the clean up. The property has until the next board
meeting to complete the cleanup to the satisfaction
of the inspector.
board voted to renew the contract for the village employees
for a term of 3 years with no changes being made. The
contract includes a cost of living raise.
11th has been slated for Spring Curb clean up. Some
of the restrictions include a 90 lb limit, no contruction
materials, no paint or paint cans unless they are clean
and dry, and no yard waste.
park will be opening soon and there was some discussion
to update the plumbing in the park rest rooms. No action
next meeting will be April 24th at 7 p.m.