Village approves plans for Woodridge allotment

DGKN staff report

DALTON  Village Council approved at last week’s council meeting plans for the proposed Woodridge allotment, which will create 36 residential lots in the village.

The village’s Planning Commission approved conditionally the plans earlier in the evening based upon some contingencies identified by the village’s engineering firm, and village council did the same. The plat will need final review and approval by the Wayne County Tax Map Office.

In other business at the Jan. 18 reorganizational and regular meetings:

* Council voted that Patrick Sword continue as council president in 2021.
* Fiscal Officer Neena Miller reported a couple large receipts in December including a refund from the Bureau of Workers Compensation for $44,833, and $10,500 from Dalton Local Schools for school resource officers. Payments for December amounted to $275,296, including the largest was a loan payment of $86,427, and work was done at the wastewater plant.
* Miller reported all CARES Act funds that the village received were encumbered, and to date $86,439 has been paid in expenses out of COVID money. The deadline to spend funds was extended to Dec. 31, 2021.

Read the complete story in the Jan. 27, 2021 edition.

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