Unionville
 on May 23, 2024

Unionville Center Area News

By By Audrey Kise 

 

Council news

Financial issues were settled at Unionville Center Village Council meeting on May 8. The village received an invoice from Ashley Johns, their previous solicitor, for $1,000 for the period of June-October, 2023. She apologized for not sending it sooner. Council also received their first invoice from their new solicitor, Jennifer Huber with Brosius, Johnson & Griggs, LLC for $1,250. Fiscal Officer Lynford Schrock reported that enough funds had not been appropriated to cover the siren repairs and the solicitor invoices. Therefore, he presented a Supplemental Appropriations Ordinance 2024-02 for consideration It was passed unanimously. Bills paid related to the tornado siren were $150 to B& C Communications for tornado si…

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