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LOCAL NEWS

LIBERTY CITY COUNCIL REPORT

 

The Liberty City Council met in regular session Monday.

 

Under old business, a discussion was resumed from the last meeting concerning an odor at the lift station at Walnut Hill, also at Goose Creek Candles. It was determined the source was coming from Tarter Industries at Dunnville. Mayor Steven Brown…

Mayor Brown remains in negotiations with Tartars. No action was taken.

 

There was a lengthy discussion concerning zoning regulations in the city. Councilman Richard Montgomery said zoning regulations need to be updated as they are hard to enforce. He noted several residences and possibly at least one business in violation of those ordinances.

The issues of abandoned homes, aging mobile homes or manufactured homes were also discussed. No action was taken.

 

Mayor Steven Brown says he has been in touch with the Corps of Engineers concerning a flood plan for the city. He says federal funding has become available possibly up to 100%.

 

The next regular meeting of the Liberty City Council will be Dec. 13th.