No sewer jet for you. Granville Village Mayor Jay Niles said the Seinfeld-esque phrase will be the village’s response to requests for assistance until the impending lawsuit by the village of Whitehall is resolved.
Mayor Niles to Whitehall: No. Granville has no intention of paying Whitehall more than $15,000 for the cost of training a police officer who left Whitehall’s police department to join Granville’s force earlier this year, village Mayor Jay Niles said.
Whitehall Village Mayor Francis “Fra” Putorti will seek out his counterpart from Granville soon to talk money.
Events postponed by bad weather Continued heavy rains and an uncertain but bleak forecast forced the postponement of Fourth of July festivities in Granville Thursday.
The officers could remain the same, but the department could change hands. Whitehall Village Mayor Francis “Fra” Putorti said he is willing to put the matter of turning the duties of law enforcement in the village over to the Washington County Sheriff’s Department.
It’s about tradition. That was the message members of the Whitehall American Legion sent as they presented their annual Memorial Day service and parade on Monday.
The Whitehall village board reversed a decision on Friday in order to be in a better position to get federal money.
With the 2009-10 budget on the horizon, village clerk Joan Douglas did not have any good news.
It’s only dust and debris inside at the moment, but in about a month two empty store fronts in the Granville plaza will be the front for a new clothing store.