Village News May 2018

The Village Council met on Monday, April 16th for their regular monthly meeting. Village President Scott Mackling appointed Jim Robinson to the Cemetery Board and Cheryl Harper to the Planning Commission.  The council approved the purchase of a new Toshiba copy machine for the office from Adams Remco.

Toshiba proactively promotes reducing, reusing and recycling as much as possible, especially when it comes to imaging consumables. We are proud of our partnership with Close the Loop, Inc., a zero-waste-to-landfill recycling program, which allows for 100% recycling of collected consumable supplies such as cartridges, drum units and toner bottles. To help our customers participate in this same program, we provide everything you need including collection boxes, supplies, freight, transportation and recycling services.

For no charge, Toshiba provides a collection box at the village hall to collect the following from any printer, copier and fax machine.  Each box holds approximately 15-20 pieces and has dimensions of 13"x13"x32".

  • All toner cartridges, bottles, ink 
  • Full toner waste collection bottles
  • Drum and drum units 

The council also approved the purchase of new LED lights for the garage.  The street department will be replacing some of the old/faded signs around the village.