Hickman returns to mayoral duties


Council learns of Main Street culvert project start date

By Evelyn Long - The Sentinel



Fulton Village council met for its regular meeting May 2 and welcomed back Mayor Terri Hickman, who conducted the meeting.

Council adopted two ordinances, one which increases the sewer permit fee from $25 to $50 and the other provides supplemental appropriations to the general fund.

Wastewater Supervisor T J Howard gave an update on the wastewater sewer system and Zoning Inspector Sam Gantz reported he had denied a permit for a mobile home because it did not meet the square footage requirements set forth in the village zoning code.

The mobile home owners requested an appeal of Gantz’s decision and the Zoning Board of Appeals agreed to hear it on May 19 at 8 p.m. in the Fulton Municipal Building.

Bills totaling $11,152.88 were approved for payment.

Council learned the Main Street culvert project has a tentative start date of June 6.

Plans for Memorial day will be finalized soon and will be published when final plans are made.

Council also approved the dates and times they want the special duty officers from the Morrow County Sheriff’s Office to patrol the village during the months of June and July.

The next council meeting will be held June 6 at 7 p.m. in the municipal building located at 212 West Street.

Council learns of Main Street culvert project start date

By Evelyn Long

The Sentinel

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