Barry Montalta of AFLAC insurance addressed the board about supplemental coverage for cancer insurance and disability insurance if hurt off the job. In lieu of raises, coverage would be made available to all village employees and board members. There are various plans which were discussed in executive session at the end of the board meeting with no action taken.
The board approved an $18,000 loan from the bank for purchasing a new backhoe. The money will be put into the backhoe account.
They also accepted a personal services contract with Jonathan Turpin to be village attorney. He will be paid the same rates as previous attorney John Stanley.
A new A.E.D. defibrillator was purchased for $1,100 and will be kept at the fire station.
The water tower will be given a new coat of paint soon.
There are cracks in the concrete at the basketball court in the park which will need to be fixed.
And the ball park was approved to be used for the Fourth of July celebration to be held on Sunday, July 3rd.