The Enfield Village Board met Tuesday night for their April meeting.
Mayor Tom Harbour thanked the Village employees and Fire Department that helped out at the nursing home after the storm that hit this past Sunday, and he also thanked Adam Allen and Chris James with the white county rescue team, who showed up on their own to help.
Harbour said the Easter egg hunt was well attended and thanked those that helped put it together.
The Board decided to consider raising utility rates at the next meeting in May. They haven’t been raised in a while.
The Village just received the deed to the property at 208 Sacramento Street. There are no outstanding taxes on it. The house there was knocked down and the debris will be hauled off soon/ there is a shed on the property that is in fairly good shape and they’re looking for someone to buy it from them and move it.
The Board approved Quickbooks Pro software to be used for the accounting department computers and approved paying Village employees by cashier’s check until the new software is installed.
In the police report for March, there was a fire at the residence at 115 North Mulberry Street, which was believed to be arson. The investigation is continuing.
Some shingles were blown off the roof of the Village building during Sunday’s storm and will need to be replaced.
Clean up at the park will take place today.
Town-wide clean up day is Saturday, May 6th and the town-wide rummage sale will be held on Saturday, June 3rd.
They approved a $100 donation to this past Sunday’s Easter egg hunt.
The Village is looking to a part-time worker to do mowing.
Finally, the Board went into a ten minute executive session with no action taken.