NORTH KINGSVILLE — The North Kingsville village Hall may look a little different soon.
At a meeting on Monday night, village officials accepted a bid from Flanigan’s American Roofing to replace the village hall’s roof.
The idea was first introduced at a special meeting in October, but failed a procedural vote. It passed unanimously on Monday night.
The village hall’s roof is leaking, officials said, and there has been some water damage.
Committee members met with contractor Ruben Schwartz to discuss how to repair water damage from the leaking roof.
The village has received money from its insurance company to cover the cost of repairs.
The price of replacing the roof is capped at $16,941, per the ordinance that was passed on Monday night.
• A pair of ordinances were passed to streamline the village’s hiring procedures. The village hired a new employee for the street department on Monday, and while the hiring process was going on, council members discovered inconsistencies with the ordinances governing the village’s hiring procedures.
One ordinance was repealed and another was amended at Monday night’s meeting.
• The village will have Santa Night on Dec. 7 at Living Waters Baptist Church, council member Ron McVoy said.
The event will run from 4 to 7 p.m., Police Chief Shannon Krenisky said. There will be five stations at the event. Mr and Mrs. Claus will be at the event, Krenisky said.
• The village will pay $1,419 for valve seal kits and o-rings for the village’s fire truck.
The village had a fire and rescue levy up for renewal on Tuesday night, which passed, 621 votes to 172.
“I would like to greatly thank the citizens for allowing us to continue that levy,” Mayor Tim Zee said, and added that council and the fire department share the sentiment.
“We really depend on that,” Zee said.
Zee also extended his congratulations to neighboring communities Kingsville Township and Conneaut on the passage of their fire levies.