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On the record: Lordstown

WHAT: Village council meeting Monday

PRESENT: Robert Bond, Terry Campbell, Lamar Liming, Ron Radtka, Donald Reider, Howard Sheely and Mayor Arno Hill

Council:

• Approved paying the local school district $32,508 as part of the income tax sharing agreement enacted with the board from income tax generated by employees at Matalco Inc.;

• Canceled the Memorial Day service, summer Community Day picnic and the summer recreation program;

• Approved an ordinance amending the village zoning maps reclassifying 1.5893 acres of property owned by Harvest Point Church, and previously owned by UAW Local 1112, from industrial to general business located off Salt Springs Road. The church bought more than six acres of the 42-acre parcel at $400,000 with the option to buy the remaining 35 acres. Harvest Point has worshipped and met at 6100 Tod Ave., the Lordstown Plaza strip mall that also contains a sub shop and pizza parlor, for several years, but had outgrown the space and was looking for larger accommodations. The church had looked for a building and decided to move forward on buying it late last year. Harvest Point worked with Platz Realty and FNB bank to buy and finance its new sanctuary;

• Designated Huntington National Bank as the depository for the village funds;

• Approved Bruce Pyles as summer help for roads and Jeremy Ratell for summer help for water department;

• Were informed the village Board of Public Affairs approved a resolution that the Old Dominion Freight Line project in the village access water from Warren through the village water distribution system and to access sanitary sewer service from the Trumbull County sanitary sewer system but to remain a sanitary sewer billed customer of the village;

• Were informed the village Board of Public Affairs approved work authorization for CT Consultanst for the proposed battery plant for continued engineering services for considering options for providing water and wastewater utilities to the proposed development not to exceed $20,000 with expenses reimbursed by the developer;

• Were informed the village Board of Public Affairs authorizing Fear Forest project situated within the village to access water from the village water distribution system and access sanitary sewer service from Trumbull County but to remain a sanitary sewer billed customer of the village.

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