Sandoval Sets Annual Spring Clean-Up Day
Residents on that day can place large no longer wanted items at curbside for pickup. Car parts, hazardous materials, and tires will not be picked up. Mayor Ron Kretzer says it is less expensive to do the curbside pickup of large items twice a year than bringing in large trash receptacles for items to be dumped outside village hall. As a result, the large bins have been eliminated.
Kretzer reported the owner of a building constructed on village owned property on old U.S. 51 South has not paid rent since the building was put up in 1981. He's now seeking back rent of about $5,000. Kretzer reports the building has also been place on the property tax rolls for the first time.
The Sandoval Board has called a special meeting for six Friday night to consider three zoning proposals as well as adopting the rules of aggregation for electric aggregation approved by voters in the April ninth election.
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