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Forsyth Fast Facts

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Items of interest from Village staff and recent Board meetings

  • At the June 2 board meeting, Planning and Zoning Chair Bill Busbey asked that Larry Perkins be reappointed to the commission for another five-year term; his term is set to expire this year. Trustee Bob Rasho made the motion, and Trustee Larry Reed seconded. The motion carried with all present voting Yea.
  • Law enforcement reports to the board during the month of June included a reminder that we should all lock our doors. A suspicious person who may have gotten into a vehicle was recently reported in the Montezuma Hills subdivision. There was recent vandalism in The Greenbrier subdivision, where damage was done to a planter and sign. Deputies resumed bike patrols this month, giving officers another effective tool for keeping the village safe. Officers were also on duty providing security during Forsyth Family Fest.
  • At the June 16 board meeting, trustees agreed to pay $1,000 to Forsyth United Methodist Church, 210 Ruehl St., for the use of the church’s parking lot as overflow parking for the Forsyth Public Library/Community Center. The arrangement is for one year, which began Dec. 1, 2013.
  • The Maroa-Forsyth School District Foundation will be at the Maroa Festival on June 28, with a dunk tank and raffle drawing for gift cards from M&M Café, Crawford’s Pizza and other local restaurants.
  • The next regular meeting of the Forsyth Board of Trustees is 6:30 p.m. Monday, July 7, 2014, in Village Hall. 

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