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By Mount Vernon News
March 12, 2013 10:47 am EDT

 

UTICA — Utica village council approved ordinances to make appropriations for fiscal year 2013 and to adopt a permanent revenue budget for 2013.

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Receiving a first reading was an ordinance to approve a revision to the Knox County 9-1-1 plan. Village solicitor Sara Light explained that this revision includes making the Knox County Commissioners the governing authority for the plan, the consolidation of one 9-1-1 call center and to have a backup location designated.

Also receiving a first reading was a contract with the Licking County Commissioners for reimbursement of legal counsel for indigent defendants.

Village administrator Glen Richards reported that engineering plans for the Family Dollar store on South Main Street are completed and have gone to the architects. Zoning applications and a flood plain application will be drafted once the drawings are approved. No timeline for this process was available.

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