DANVILLE — The search continues for security cameras at Danville Memorial Park.
Village Council members listened to Debi Brokaw and Brian Leis of Rock Solid Investigations LLC about cameras for the park and municipal building at their meeting Monday. Council is looking at adding cameras to those two locations in an effort to deter vandalism and thefts. Council has heard proposals from several companies and Rock Solid is the latest to bring their information.
Brokaw and Leis said they would submit a proposal by the next meeting.
In other news:
•Mayor Bob Dile will speak with the Danville High School art teacher about having students submit designs for the village limit signs.
•Council heard from resident Jeff Bowman, who asked about a new sidewalk in front of his home on Mickley Street. Village Administrator Robert Shipley will get a price quote.
•Two other requests were made to council. Resident Lois Fox requested a “Children playing” sign on both ends of East Washington Street and the Danville Athletic Boosters is wanting to build a 120-foot-by-60-foot building behind the existing baseball field. The boosters will need a conditional use permit to start the building.
•Council adopted the Ohio Basic Codes for 2012.
•A resolution amending the fencing portion of the zoning ordinance was adopted by council.
•Clean-up day will be held in the village on April 28.
•Council approved spending $400 for the purchase of four backboards and baskets for the basketball court at the village park. The broken fence between the court and the shelter will be removed, and the fence on the south side of the court will be repaired.
•Dile will draft a thank-you letter to the Kokosing Gap Trail board and the Knox County Career Center for the trees at trail drive.