PORT WASHINGTON -- When Port Washington Village Council met recently, Street Commissioner Rick Swiger said he checked into a concern of a village resident.
Wesley Daft has been having interruptions on his telephone phone line due to weeds growing in an alley adjacent to his property.
The problem was untrimmed hedges. Daft was present at the meeting and will take care of the hedges.
Council passed an ordinance on traffic bond schedule and court costs; declaring it an emergency. Motion was made to pass it as emergency measure. Similar action was taken on a ordinance adopting the 2010 Ohio Revised Code.
Council also voted to pay $125 for Angela Albaugh, fiscal officer, to attend classes for new village clerks at Ohio Regency Hotel in Columbus on April 7. Councilmember Theresa Jones may accompany her if schedule allows.
Councilmember Lori Goettge said the Union Hospital blood profile will be at the Mayor's office on April 2 from 9 to 11 a.m.
Councilman Terry Lawver said there was another sighting of the black bear in the village.