MASON — A number of town ordinances are being studied and revised in the Town of Mason, according to Recorder Ciji Casto, in order to bring them up to date.
At a recent council meeting, the final reading of a business license ordinance was accepted by members. The first reading of the backflow prevention ordinance revision was held, and revisions to the employee handbook and a solicitation ordinance were discussed.
In addition, Casto said revisions are currently being undertaken on the water department policies.
In other action, the council:
Entered into an executive session for approximately 40 minutes, with no action taken upon reentering the regular session;
Heard from Debbie Gerlach on behalf of the Community Association of Middleport, who thanked the town for assisting in the funding of the Fourth of July fireworks display; and,
Approved the bills for payment and minutes of the previous meeting, as well as a special meeting.
Attending were Mayor Donna Dennis, and council members Ray Varian, Ron Heath, Marty Yeager, Emily Henry, and Becky Pearson.
Also, as previously reported, Town of Mason has set the date for its annual Harvest Festival as Saturday, Oct. 17, at the Stewart-Johnson V.F.W./Lottie Jenks Memorial Park. Although there are few details at this time, the New Haven Road Angels have already announced a car and bike show.
Registration for the car show will be held from 10 a.m. to noon, with awards at 3 p.m. Registration is $10, with proceeds supporting the youth of Mason and Road Angels charities.
Mindy Kearns is a freelance writer for Ohio Valley Publishing and lives in Mason County.
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