The Clearmont Town Council met for a regular meeting at the Clearmont Town Hall, February 15, 2021 at 6 p.m.
All members, Councilman Poppenga, Councilwoman Switzer, Councilman Buhr, and Councilwoman Betz, as well as Town Clerk/Treasurer Amy Vineyard, and Maintenance John Kiser were present. One guest was in attendance, Deputy Lamb.
Mayor Rohrer reported on the water tank project money. He will check with the Engineering Associates and see where they are at with the town projects. Next week Mayor Rohrer said he will be meeting with Visionary and Ray Frady about the access road to the water tower and the Visionary tower.
Councilwoman Betz commented that there is wasted water in the town that is not being accounted for. She asked that the town fix the problem of wasted water. No action was taken
Town Clerk/Treasurer Amy Vineyard discussed issues with the audit as well as some concerns she had about taxes. Vineyard also informed the board that she had set up training with the ClerkBook support staff to learn how to close the books correctly.
In new business the Town of Clearmont received four bids to replace lights in the Town Hall shop. Councilman Betz moved to accept the bid from Chesbro Electric, seconded by Councilman Buhr. Motion carried.
There was also the first reading on the Vacate of Land, and the council moved to approve the first reading. Councilman Poppenga abstained from voting due to his involvement with the vacate.
Meeting was adjourned at 6:47, and the next meeting will be March 15 at 6 p.m.