—Nicole Aimone, Editor-in-Chief
The Lone Rock Village Board met for its regular board meeting Dec. 8.
The meeting kicked off with Trustee Dan Quinn reporting the village attorney found Town and Country Sanitation to be in violation of its contract with the village. The board voted to withhold December payments, and to have the village attorney contact the company by phone, email and mail to inform them of the situation.
The board voted to adopt a public participation plan for its upcoming comprehensive plan, part of which includes surveys for the public to take regarding the plan.
The board then heard reports from different committees and departments, including the library, which Caitlin Opatik reported that the library remains open during COVID-19, but visits are down. The library has a new drop off box.
Other actions and discussions at the board meeting include:
—Approving an Operators License for the owner of the new restaurant, Lone Rock Bistro and Tap Room, and Keg and Kettle.
—Discussion of new internet options for the Village, which is currently at the slowest speed available.
—Floride will be removed from the village’s water supply beginning Jan. 1, 2021