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Thursday, January 13, 2011

Items of interest from the Jan. 3 Board meeting


Trustees tabled a decision on two requests for special use permits until findings of fact are received from the Plan Commission. Plan Commission members had reviewed the requests from Forsyth Antique Mall and Eyemart Express on Dec. 30. Also tabled was a request from the Public Works Department to replace one of the Village’s leaf vacuum units until further product pricing is available. A second department request received approval with the replacement of the Village’s mosquito fogger at a price not to exceed $12,000.

  • An informational open house at Village Hall will provide information on the scope and status of the County Highway 20 improvements project, according to Village Engineer Chuck Hunsinger. The open house has been scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 2, from 4 to 7 pm. All are welcome to attend.
  • Crews from the Public Works Department continue to clean up trees in the main section of Forsyth Park and along the bike/walking path south of Elwood Street, according to a report from Public Works Director Larry Coloni.
  • Plan B Part I for reorganization of space at Forsyth Public Library is complete with the exception of the alarm for the south door, according to a report from Head Librarian Jean Campbell. Planning for the library’s summer reading program has begun.
  • Trustees heard a presentation on the changes and opportunities offered by a sponsorship commitment for the Futures Tournament to be held June 13-19 at the Hickory Point Golf Course. 
  • A special meeting of the Village board is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 2, at Village Hall for the purpose of capital planning. In the event more than one evening is needed for discussion, Village Administrator Heather Kimmons has tentatively scheduled a second meeting to be held the following night at 6:30 p.m.
  • The continuation of the summer park program will be among the agenda items for discussion when the Parks & Recreation Committee meets at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 20, in Village Hall. Village Administrator Heather Kimmons said she plans to suggest to the committee that it consider a recommendation to discontinue this program in 2011.
  • Five vacancies exist on the Activities and Event committee. If interested in volunteering, contact Village Hall at 877-9445.

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