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Richfield Springs Village Creates Facebook Page

To better communicate with residents, the Village of Richfield Springs has created a Facebook page.

At the Village Board’s Jan. 31 meeting, the new page was announced as up and running. On Facebook it is called the Village of Richfield Springs and is the one with the village’s welcome sign with posts from this year. One with the same name also exists.

Zoning Enforcement Officer Joseph Roberts said the Village received a letter from HUD about the Johnson Street property.

Richfield Springs Fire Department Chief Mark Elderkin will get quotes to repair the generator in the rescue truck.

The chief also said there is an urgent need to replace some of the ambulance equipment, including a battery for the stretcher lift. Board members approved the purchase of a laryngoscope kit for $1,424 and the stretcher batteries for $1,600.

Water Plant Supervisor Doug Bordinger said there is a problem with one of the filters.

Board members approved a request from a resident for Leak Forgiveness of $818 on the water bill.

The Richfield Springs Public Library was established as the polling place for the March 21 village elections.

Village Board members approved spending $27,859, with $8,220 in federal recovery money used, to purchase an LCD screen for use in the Memorial Room.

Barton & Loguidice Engineering of Utica were approved for the raw water engineering project. This will study having residents receive treated water who now receive untreated water.

Elderkin will provide a list of Fire Department members who would be eligible for the property tax exemption offered by the state.

Trustee Robin Moshier provided information on fire and ambulance calls in 2022. This will be used to determine contract rates with the towns of Richfield and Warren.


The full story is in this week's edition of the newspaper. 

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