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Fairfield trustees take care of routine business

November 17, 2012
Morning Journal News

FAIRFIELD TOWNSHIP - During Thursday's trustee meeting, Fiscal Officer Pat Hoffmaster advised the board that the township received notice from Chemical Solutions Inc.

She said it was in reference to $15 that was owed to the township by the company and wondered what to do about it, explaining it said to send a letter back "and they'll send us the $15."

Hoffmaster thought it was in regard to a transaction with the company "two or three years ago."

Trustees appeared to be just as mystified and Hoffmaster said, "I think I'll try and see if we can get it."

Trustees heard a health insurance presentation on coverage for four employees that showed a 5.2 percent increase in price over last year.

Trustee Chairman Bob Hum said they had not heard from another proposal and no action was taken after the presentation.

In other business, trustees had no action or objections to liquor permits in the township.

The department of liquor control provides a period each year for non-renewal complaints to be registered.

According to the Department of Commerce Division of Liquor Control alcohol permits issued in the township include Copeland Hills Golf course, D1, D2, D3 and D6; Nemenz Little Shopper, C2 to C2X; Tic Toc Food Mart, C1; and a D5 pending to El Paso Mexican Grille.

Trustees also approved a resolution authorizing Hum to sign an electric aggregation renewal application form with FirstEnergy Solutions.

Trustees and Hoffmaster also thanked voters for passing the fire levy on Nov. 6.

There will be an additional trustee meeting at 7 p.m. on Nov. 26 (Monday).

Larry Shields can be reached at lshields@salemnews.net

 
 

 

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