The Enfield Village Board met for their March meeting on Tuesday night.
The Board members held a 25 minute executive session to discuss the request from the Utilities Department employees to forgo supplemental health insurance coverage from Aflac in exchange for an hourly wage increase. The board agreed to a 55 cent per hour increase effective exactly one week after the insurance coverage is cancelled.
They discussed installing a hydrant on Brian William’s farm and building a driveway on Steve Thomas’ property, with no action taken until further discussion with both residents.
The replacement of all the railroad crossings will be done this year.
In other business, the Board agreed to pay a $50 renewal fee on the 3 by 8 foot vinyl outfield sign at the NCOE junior and senior high baseball field.
They agreed to donate $100 to the NCOE high school drug and alcohol-free all night party to be held on Friday, May 19th.
And to donate $100 to the scholastic 3-d archery program to purchase targets and archery supplies.