CALDWELL, Ohio -- On Monday night, Caldwell Village Council learned that a much-anticipated improvement project is slated to begin this month.
During the Mayor's report, Mayor David Evans told Council that crews will soon begin the village's sewer separation project:
Evans warned that, as the project progresses, residents will have to deal with occasional street closures surrounding the work sites.
Mayor Evans also told Council that W.E. Quicksall & Associates completed the review of the village's water system and delivered a positive report to the state. Mayor Evans told Council last month that a local resident reported to the state that the village might not be able to supply water to the Noble Correctional Institute in light of the new developments on State Route 78. However, Quicksall's study found that water usage never exceeded 30 percent of the village water system's ability to supply water.
Council also received a positive report on a recent review by the State Auditor's Office. Finance Committee Chairman Jeff Minosky said that Clerk/Treasurer Samantha Ramage is doing an exceptional job:
Caldwell Village Council will next meet in regular session on Monday, August 11 at 7:00 p.m.