PUBLIC NOTICE – Village of New Boston

April 19, 2017 The Village of New Boston operates a sewage collections system comprised of sanitary sewers and combined sewers. adidas uk store  Sanitary sewage is collected during dry weather and pumped to the City of Portsmouth for treatment and discharge. ZX 750  The Village of New Boston has just become aware of connections in our collections system that allow sanitary sewage to discharge to the Ohio River during dry weather. Nike Air Max 2017 Heren zwart  During completion of the Village’s Phase 5 dye testing project, sewer connectivity was checked in the western half of the Village. Brandon Belt Jersey  The Village has identified sanitary sewer laterals that connect to a sewer on Stanton Avenue, which in turn is connected to our West Avenue outfall sewer that discharges to the Ohio River.  Sewage from approximately 29 buildings, including commercial, retail, and industrial properties and apartment buildings, is currently discharging tot he Ohio River without treatment. Air Jordan Retro 9   The Village is providing this public notice to forward citizens of the likely contamination of a portion of the Ohio River along the Ohio bank downstream from West Avenue. AIR MAX 2017

 The contamination is not likely to affect any downstream drinking water intakes, since the next water intake is located in Maysville, Kentucky, approximately 55 miles downstream. Goedkoopste Nike Air Max 2017  The drinking water intake for the Portsmouth water treatment plant is upstream of this sanitary sewerage discharge and is not affected.  There are no known beaches that provide the opportunity for citizens to recreate in the contaminated water. billige Nike sko norge  Citizens are cautioned to avoid contact with the Ohio River for several miles downstream of the Village. The Village is already working on a short-term and long-term solutions to this problem. The short-term solutions will take several weeks to implement. Nike Free 2.0 Mujer  The long-term correction will be included in the Village’s Phase 6 CSO improvements project scheduled for construction in 2018. The Village has communicated this situation to the Ohio EPA, federal EPA Region 5, and the Scioto County Health Department.  Any questions from concerned citizens should be directed to Steve Hamilton, Village Administrator at (740) 456-4106.

Clark retires from NB police

New Boston Police Chief Darrold Clark believes when you retire – you retire. asics gel lyte 3 hombre azules “I take everything for granted,” Clark said. “When it says ‘retired’ it means retired. Nike Air Max 2017 Uomo Nere

Don’t have to work and don’t have to take orders from anybody.” His plans, when he left his office for the last time Tuesday, were not many. “My wife’s got a lot of plans for me,” Clark said. “I’ll probably build some bird houses and fiddle around and raise a garden again. I don’t plan on doing a whole lot.” ChiefClark New Boston Mayor Junior Williams (left) presents a proclamation from New Boston Village Counsel to retiring Police Chief Darrold Clark.   Clark has been with the New Boston Police Department for 47 years, the last 18 years as chief. He was hired by Vernal G. Riffe, Sr. new balance shop firenze and served under six mayors over the years. Women Air Jordan 6 The New Boston Village Council issued a proclamation for Clark’s retirement which read, in part, “Whereas these years of service have genuinely been dedicated to and valued by our entire village, and whereas Darrold will be missed both personally and professionally, and has always displayed the highest level of character, ethics and morals…” What’s it going to feel like not coming in in the morning? “I think I can get used to it,” Clark said. “I’ll miss it. It has been in my blood for years, but I’ll find some way to survive.” Clark would leave and the end of the day Tuesday with no more work waiting for him on his desk. “I’m going to the council meeting tonight and that’s the end of it,” Clark said. Nike Air Jordan 3 Womens
Not quite – Clark had one more duty to perform. His plans were to put the name of Captain Steve Goins into consideration to be his replacement. “I can’t think of a better man for the job,” Clark said. “He has been great. He’s intelligent and he’s always there when somebody needs him. He’s always there. When he gets wind of any kind of a problem, he keeps going until he gets it solved. That’s what I like about him.” Goins has been with the NBPD for 33 years, working with Clark the entire time. “He has always been someone you could count on and he has helped me out tremendously through my years here,” Goins said. “We’ve been friends. His friendship to me means a lot. Aaron Rodgers Packers Jerseys He’s been a good chief and a caring chief, and I hate to see him go. Air Max Flyknit Donna

Not too many people last 47 in law enforcement.” The actual process seemed to be more of a formality than an actual process. “Tonight (Tuesday) we’ll accept the resignation which is procedural,” Village Councilman Mike Payton said. “After that, the mayor will make a recommendation that we hire Goins, and then council will vote on that tonight and it is decided by the majority, and he’s (Goins) the police chief.” Clark has been married to Sharon Lee Clark for over 50 years and they have three adult children and around 25 grandchildren and great-grandchildren. The Daily Times attempted to reach Mayor Junior Williams for comment on Tuesday, but was unable to make contact with him. Dallas Mavericks Reach Frank Lewis at 740-353-3101, ext.

New Boston discusses City sewer rates

New Boston Village Council issued a resolution Tuesday night recognizing Peggy Kindinger for her success as a marathon runner, who has ran marathons in all seven continents of the world. The Village congratulated Kindinger for accomplishments and stated that she was inspiration to all those in the community. Air Jordan 7 Donna NBDiscussSewer Mayor William Williams also asked council to consider sick leave sharing. Sick leave sharing allows Village employees to share some of their sick time with fellow co-workers who have already used all of their allotted time off but are presented with a situation that would require them to take leave from work. Maglie NBA Williams explained that several employees were interested in being able to give some of their sick time to another employee; however, the Village did not have a policy for doing so. Asics Gel Nimbus 18 Dames “I did not feel I had the authority to grant or deny the request without a policy in place,” Williams stated. “Anytime an employee would want to step up and help another employee in this situation, I would be totally in favor of it. We just need to establish guidelines,” Councilman Dan Fetty stated. Council agreed to move forward with the development of policy for sick time sharing, which will be added to the Council agenda for the next meeting. Williams also asked Council to consider the hiring of a handicapped or disabled individual who would work three to four hours a week assisting with shredding documents. Air Max 90 Mujer Williams explained that the difficulty would be that the individual would be hired as a part-time employee and would have costs associated with doing so, including the paying into worker’s compensations. Village Solicitor Justin Blume explained that he knows some individuals have been hired under the program to shred documents for judges at the Common Pleas Court. He was able to confirm that Domestic Relations Court Judge Jerry Buckler currently employees an individual who does the shredding for his office. nike air max 2016 goedkoop Council voted to approve the item for the next Council agenda. Williams also informed Council that he has heard several concerns over the increased sewer rates coming from the City of Portsmouth. Canotte NCAA The Village of New Boston entered into a 30 year contract with the City of Portsmouth in 1991 for Portsmouth to treat all of New Boston’s sewage and for all of New Boston’s sewage to be transported to the Portsmouth treatment plant. Thus, New Boston utility users are included in the Portsmouth rate increase. Williams explained that the contract with Portsmouth will not be up until 2021 and only stipulates as far as rates that Portsmouth can not charge the Village residents more than the City residents, which is not happening. He added that the only way he can see to get out of that agreement would be for the Village to have their own treatment plant. cheap adidas shoes uk Williams explained that the Village will be working with the EPA and revisiting to contract in order to consider options. Air Foamposite One However, they are seeing little other options. He also encouraged Council to consider any options they can come up with. For Portsmouth residents, the current monthly charges are: $11 for the base fee and first 1,000 gallons $5 for 2,000 gallons usage $5 for every 1,000 gallons above 3,000 $5.13 for every 1,000 gallons above 13,000 $5.54 for every 1,000 gallons after 33,000 gallons Under the new rate, Portsmouth residents will pay: $15 for the base fee and first 1,000 gallons (an increase of $4 for residents only using 1,000 of water a month) $6.80 for 2,000 gallons usage (an increase of $1.80) $6.50 for every 1,000 gallons above 3,000 (an increase of $1.50) $6.75 for every 1,000 gallons above 13,000 (an increase of $1.62) $7 for every 1,000 gallons after 33,000 gallons (an increase of $1.46) For New Boston residents, the current monthly charges are: $7.01 for the base fee and first 1,000 gallons $6.28 for 2,000 gallons usage $5 for every 1,000 gallons above 3,000 $5.13 for every 1,000 gallons above 13,000 $5.54 for every 1,000 gallons after 33,000 gallons Under the new rate, New Boston residents will pay: $10.01 for the base fee and first 1,000 gallons $7.35 for 2,000 gallons usage $6.50 for every 1,000 gallons above 3,000 $6.75 for every 1,000 gallons above 13,000 $7 for every 1,000 gallons after 33,000 gallons New Boston Village Council meets at 6:30 p.m. on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at the New Boston Community Center. Reach PDT writer Nikki Blankenship at 740-353-3101 ext.

New Boston Paving Schedule

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