Small hike in waste charge and new paving in Town
Washington Court House City Council met Wednesday night.
Council voted on the final draft of a Joint County Waste Management Program. The tonnage charge for waste hauling will raise for customers but only by one dollar.
City Manager Joe Denen said that "They do a tremendous amount with not a whole lot of funding there, and in my observation is that they really don't have a whole lot of other choice."
There will also be some new paving taking place in WCH soon City Council approved some annual paving projects for the Street and Alley Resurfacing Program.
City Director of Finance Tom Riley said the time is running out to get City Income taxes filed. The deadline is April 30th and a 50 dollar fee will be charged to all those who file after that date.
City Manager Joe Denen, also stated in his report that he wanted to see family's attend the Health Fair on Saturday and to join him at the upcoming Rotary Club Fish Fry. Lastly he said that brush collection in the City will end for the season on May 1st and will start up again October 1st.
Council's next meeting will be held May 9th.