for the Town of Sunman, Amy Streator, reported that the deed
for the former ROD center has been recorded and she is waiting
for the towns copy to be returned. The information was
provided at the regular October meeting for the town.
The council recommended that the utilities be turned off at
the ROD property. The council also requests input from the community
on their vision for the future of the site.
Bids for trash pickup were opened. Linkle bid $11.25 per unit;
Rumpke bid $11.45 and Bestway bid $11.40. All bids will be taken
under consideration until the November meeting.
Several businesses have taken advantage of grant funds through
the Main Street program.
According to clerk/treasurer Kris Schneider, ETC will replace
awnings; Great Finds will replace windows; a new door is planned
for the Norman Group; the Sunman Legion is planning a blacktopping
project; McPhersons is looking to replace awning and fencing
and On Target plans to reseal and stripe the parking lot.
A pre-construction conference for Eastern Avenue was held on
October 8. Surveyors will be marking the temporary right of
way; Duke Energy will then move their poles, with Lykins to
begin work on the water lines during the winter in order to
complete the project in the spring.
All board members were in attendance. The next meeting will
be held on Thursday, November 18 beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the
Sunman Town Hall.