Grain Elevator Tops Enfield Village Board Meeting
The Consolidated Grain and Barge expansion project has been put on hold as the company that was going to do the work backed out due to the job being bigger than they were capable of taking on and due to market and grain issues. There’s nothing new to report at this time.
David Newman of North Street and James Taylor of Main Street were sent letters by the village notifying them that the procedure for the demolition of the structures on their properties will begin soon. Several other residents that were sent letters informing them to clean up their properties were making good progress.
The proposed solar farm continues to be in its early stages.
The police squad car windows on the driver and passenger sides are having trouble raising and lowering. Work is currently being done on them.
There have been complaints of people using four-wheelers around two or three in the morning on the west side of town. The police are looking into it.
The Ford F250 utility department truck needs its bed replaced.
The park has now been winterized.
Santa will be at the village building for the kids on Sunday, December 9th from 3 to 4 PM.
Board members were reminded that election petitions need to be turned in by December 17th.
The board went into closed session for 25 minutes to discus a residential issue. No action was taken.
Mayor Tom Harbour wished everyone a happy and safe Thanksgiving.