Sublette Village Board approves several purchases
By TONJA GREENFIELD
SUBLETTE — The village of Sublette Board approved a few purchases during its monthly meeting.
The board met in session at 7 p.m., on Monday, Feb. 13, in the Ellice Dinges Center. All members were present except for village board member MacKenzie Belan.
The board approved a purchase of a Hach meter for the water department at a cost of $2,085.50. The meter will be used to test water.
The board also approved a motion to purchase an eight-foot and a 14-foot step ladder for the Ellice Dinges Center.
In other board news:
- The board approved a temporary liquor license for Sublette 365’s event on Feb. 25.
- Don Dinges reported to the board that he and Sublette Village Trustee Julie Kessel compiled a list of Sublette events for 2023. He also said he has lined up a speaker for the Memorial Day service.
- Stenzel reported that all Cross Connection/Service Line water surveys and Comprehensive Plan surveys were sent out. As of the previous Saturday, 34 water surveys were returned and 44 comprehensive plan surveys were returned.
- The board has approximately $57,000 to use as part of the American Rescue Plan Act. They discussed using the money for playground equipment for toddlers, speed signs and/or speed bumps for the village, or downtown projects. Board members will continue to look into options.
- On the April 4 Consolidated Election, there will be three village board seats up for election. On the ballot are: incumbent MacKenzie Belan, Linda Klaser, Brigantia O’Sadnick and Richard Klaser. Two candidates are officials write ins – incumbents Scott Hanson and Jeff Myers.
The next Sublette Village Board meeting will be held at 7 p.m., on Monday, March 13, at the Ellice Dinges Center.