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Sidewalk Design Begins In Clinton

The Village of Clinton Board met Monday night to discuss new business.

The Board approved a resolution accepting the Nov. 7 meeting minutes into Village record after a short discussion regarding corrections and clarifications.

The Board approved a resolution auditing the payment of vouchers.

Finance Committee Liaison John Lauchert said the Finance Committee discussed the Village's review of expenses and the funding of a mini-dump truck at their December meeting.

The Board approved a resolution for a public hearing to discuss changes in the charges for water and sewer for the April 2023 water/sewer billing. The proposed changes are for removing the $35 Water: Ready to Serve fee and applying it to the Sewer:Ready to Serve fee.

DPW and Water Department Superintendent Rob Rockwell said the Village's inventory of the main line, shutoffs, and street signs will be finalized by 2024. A replacement plan will be formed by then as well.

The Town of Kirkland Police Department answered 239 total calls for November. Of those 179 calls to the Town were answered and 60 calls to the Village. Twenty accidents were reported with 20 traffic tickets issued. One arrest was made.

The Fire Inspection report was released. Almost Local, Lucianna's Boutique, and Lucianna's Boutique Kids & Home received passing ratings.

The Kirkland Art Center failed inspection. Fire Chief/Fire Inspector Brad Dunda said they are working with the KAC to resolve the violations.

The Village of Clinton Fire Department answered 69 total calls for November, with 33 fire…


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

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