Village of Edison is replacing water lines


EDISON- Edison Village Council members got the report at their March 13 meeting about the replacement of Delco water lines in the village.

Village Manager Mary Neviska said Delco will be paying for the new water lines. They have received grants for the work for several towns. GE Baker Construction will be doing the work.

They are beginning on Boundary Street and the street will be closed for a few days at the traffic light and Williams Street beginning the week of March 27.

Council members discussed installing speed bumps on Boundary Street to cut down on speeding. Speeding has been less of a problem since Stop signs have been in place the past couple of years, but it’s still a problem as the weather gets warmer.

Village Fiscal Officer Bruce Seaburn said the business on East High Street of concern for junk cars was checked by the Ohio EPA. The EPA said the business is in compliance with the law and nothing can be done about the business.

The Auto business beside it was recently sold to the county. The Sheriff will use it for temporary storage when vehicles are seized.

Coverage for the village by law enforcement was considered. Hours may increase in spring and summer months.

Council approved payment of bills for February in the amount of $8,980.21 and for March of $5,229.17.

The next meeting of Edison Village Council will be Monday, April 10 at 7 p.m. in the Municipal Building.

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