The Village of Richfield Springs approved a water rate increase.
No one spoke at the public hearing in June when the change was approved.
Also at the meeting Zoning Enforcement Officer Joe Roberts asked that 35 Main St. be declared a public nuisance.
Board members approved a bid from D&G Diesel Performance for $3,365 for lights and upgrades to the DPW truck.
Board members also approved switching to Barton and Loguidace Engineers to oversee the GIGP Daylighting project.
At the second June meeting Roberts said the Sylvan Street property was halfway through its closing. The James Street property was making progress with its mowing and asked for an extension, which was approved by the Board.
Documents and forms for zoning requests were approved to become available digitally through the village website for faster response.
Two 1990 power brooms were approved to be auctioned off as surplus.
The Board approved a donation from Jean Domion for a bench.
The Richfield Springs Fire Department was approved to donate a 30-year old air compressor to the Milford Fire Department.
Fire Chief Chad Stone said the Town of Richfield approved having the department dock its boat at Baker’s Beach. He is looking into grants to buy a larger boat.
Trustee Ruth Stewart said she is looking into new playground equipment for Spring Park.