Mount Vernon News

By Mount Vernon News
April 2, 2013 9:50 am EDT


GAMBIER — More than a dozen resolutions in council business and appeals from the public were given due attention at Gambier Village Council’s April meeting Monday night. More than a dozen resolutions were heard and administrator Suzanne Hopkins explained the procedure for a water tower inspection.


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Scott Baker, director of Kenyon College’s alumni and parent programs, told council he was representing an alumni group, largely from the 1980s, who wanted to hold a concert lasting until midnight the weekend of June 29-30. He noted that the village observes quiet hours earlier in the evening and wanted an exemption for the group on June 29.















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