Strum Village Board meeting goes into closed session
STRUM - A closed session of the Strum Village Board took place during its September meeting held back on the 11th in village's community center.
The closed session was due to conferring with legal counsel for the government body who is rendering oral or written advice concerning a strategy to be adopted by the body with respect to litigation in which it is or is likely to become involved. The Board voted unanimously to go into closed session. When it came out of closed session, the Board voted unanimously to approved a letter to be sent to a property owner to "owner encouraging them to build a fence or remove the garage based on our legal opinion. "
The Board also approved all pay requests for the alley construction project in the village to Gerke Excavating. There was also discussion on an increased in engineering fees with the public engineering firm Atres Association who were overseeing the project. They were reportedly on site over the 16 days approved in the original contract (35 days total) due to the uncertainty of the location of the sewer lines,. for a total cost of $32,000.
Also on its agenda, the Board approved a bartender's license and received updates on various projects including a new pickball court on Spruce St.