DANVILLE — The Danville Village Council meeting was a light one Monday.
Council’s main action was the adoption of an ordinance annexing into the village the property that includes the Family Dollar store on U.S. 62.
Members of council discussed the park lease, the placement of a corporation limit sign and the Farmers Market held in conjunction with the Heart of Ohio Tour.
Councilmember Jill Byers questioned the placement of the corporation limit sign on Buckeye Road, as she believes the sign is beyond a house that is not in the village limits. Part of the problem, she said, lies with the fact the house in question is a partially burned, abandoned home and she feels something should be done with the house and property.
Mayor Bob Dile noted the sign may be placed there because village property runs that far on the other side of the road, and that he thinks the new owner of the property may be trying to figure out what to do with the house. He said he will talk to the property owner and see if something can be done.
Dile reported he talked with members of the park district during the Heart of Ohio Tour and said the tour went well. He said there were several cars from outside the county and that the village looked good with its new banners up. The Farmers Market was also a success, he said. Normally held on Tuesday, an additional market was set to coincide with the tour.
Danville school board member Brent Kaylor asked council for its support on the school levy on the ballot Nov. 3.
Trash day will be Saturday in the village, from 8 a.m. until noon.
Council went into executive session to discuss possible litigation at 8:38 p.m. No action was expected.