FAYETTE VILLAGE COUNCIL … Members proceed with Fayette’s Village Council meeting at Village Hall without Mayor David Borer present. Pictured from left to right is Bryan Stambaugh, Rodney Kessler, Suzette Boesger, Kimberly Priestap, Chris Meeker and David Wheeler. (PHOTO BY LINDSAY PHILLIPS, STAFF)
By: Lindsay Phillips
The Village of Fayette held their bi-monthly Council meeting on Wednesday, April 13 at 6:00 p.m. All public and Council Members present stood for a prayer, and the Pledge of Allegiance.
Council moved to approve minutes from the minutes from the previous council meeting along with minutes from the Safety Committee meeting on March, 30, and April 6, and the Governmental Affairs Committee meeting for March, 30, and April 6.
Brittany Theis from Fayette’s Bull Thistle Festival Committee updated Council on the upcoming 5k on May 14, 2022.
Theis shared, “We have put flyers up around town and advertised on Facebook and online, we currently have eighteen sponsors and twenty walkers/runners signed up.” An Event Permit was approved for the Thistle 5k Run.
Reports from Municipal Officers including the Mayors, Administrator’s and VFO were approved.
With Mayor David Borer not present, President Rodney Kessler read a resignation letter from Administrator Genna Biddix.
In her letter, Genna shared, “I appreciate all the opportunities I was given during my time with the village.” Biddix last day working for Fayette will be April 22.
The second reading of Resolution 2022-4, a Resolution Authorizing Participation in the 2022 ODOT Road Salt Contract was approved, along with the sale of two Mossberg 590 Mariner shotguns to Activate Tactical Solutions.
With no new or old business to discuss, the meeting was adjourned at 6:22 p.m.
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