DEPARTMENT KEPT BUSY
Greenville Fire Protection District was called out Wednesday
morning to a fire alarm sounding at Carlisle Syntec
on Route 40 in Greenville. A sprinkler head was accidentally
hit and that is what caused the alarm to sound. After
finding no fire, firefighters were back in service less
than five minutes later.
Greenville Fire Protection District was also called
out to Aaron's Lane. A dryer plug had bent and forced
into an electric socket and was not grounded which caused
the dryer to smoke. After finding no other damage firefighters
were back in service about 35 minutes later.
GROVE AGAIN CONSIDERING MANDATORY TRASH PICKUP
topic of mandatory trash pickup for Mulberry Grove residents
surfaced again Monday night during the village board
meeting. Based on complaints from village residents
about the amount of trash and junk in some yards, the
board talked about establishing a clean-up day. Contracting
with a trash-hauling service for mandatory pickup was
also considered. The Mulberry Grove board has visited
this issue in the past and even went so far as the solicit
bids from area trash-haulers but never took any action.
night's thunderstorm knocked out power for Mulberry
residents until 3:30 Monday afternoon. The outage also
affected the village hall where employees were unable
to open the electric bay door to pull out their truck.
With the help of some extra arms, they were finally
able to get the door open. The board agreed to purchase
a generator and flood lights in the event of another
Mulberry Grove board is still considering a proposed
revision to its mobile home ordinance. The new version
is based on one used in Sorento. The issue has been
on the table for several months with no action yet taken.
the board voted in favor of a raise for the village's
EGG HUNT AND EASTER MEAT SHOOT