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Sand Fork Town Council Meets

On Mon., Feb. 3, the Sand Fork Town Council called their monthly meeting to order at 7 pm.

Conducting the meeting in the absence of Mayor Heidi Love was Sharon Radabaugh. Radabaugh was recently appointed by the town council to serve as the townÕs recorder.

All minutes and bank statements were reviewed and accepted with no amendments.

Many old business items were tabled for future discussion, owing to the mayorÕs involvement with the issues and her absence.

During a discussion of new business, Councilperson Martin Hess informed the council that he had investigated their need for limestone shot rock to repair the townÕs sewer ponds. A discussion followed regarding the cost of $36 per ton, quoted to Hess by Steve Rogers of Central Supply, a company that supplies limestone shot rock.
The total amount needed for the sewer pond project is 400 tons.

In other new business, new coupon booklets will be mailed to sewer customers in Sand Fork.

Councilperson Sue Edwards read and the council reviewed a letter drafted to local landlords and tenants regarding the vacating of premises in relation to local sewerage customers.

The letter outlines the councilÕs desire to be informed of customer relocation in order to keep data regarding their customer base current. The council approved the letter and the intention of sending it to local landlords.

Before the meeting adjourned, the council members discussed and approved the purchase of new rubber stamps to endorse checks for deposit at local banks. The rubber stamps currently in use are barely legible after having been utilized for many years.

The next meeting of the Sand Fork Town Council will take place on Mon., Mar. 3 at 7 pm.