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Patoka Village Board Approves Raising Garbage Rates

By Will Doolin, WJBD News

Garbage rates in Patoka are going up.  The Patoka Village Board approved an ordinance Monday night raising garbage rates.  Garbage rates will increase to $9.00 per month for residential customers and $20.00 per month for business and commercial premises. The ordinance will go into effect ten days after passage, approval, publication, and signing.  

In other Board action, the Board passed a resolution approving a three-year loan extension to First National Bank for the current Village Hall building.  The Board also approved an ordinance amending the 2012-2013 Tax Levy Ordinance passed in December.  

Jeff Haarman from AGE, LLC came addressed the Board about the Electric Aggregate Plan.  AGE, LLC will hold meetings on Tuesday, February 26th and Wednesday, March 13th at 4 p.m. at the Patoka Village Hall Conference Romm at 301 South Oak Street in Patoka.  

The city treasurer reports if you have not registered your dog and need a form, you need to call the Village Hall or stop by during normal open hours.  So far 65 dogs in town have been registered.  The Village Hall will be closed on Monday, February 18th, 2013 and Friday, February 22nd, 2013.

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