At this month's meeting of the Enfield Board of Trustees, members were told the town is in good financial shape. Justin Dartt of Dartt & Company reviewed the recent audit with trustees and informed them of a few adjustments that need to be made before the next audit. Dartt addressed the village's assets at First Bank, stating the town needed to make sure the bank has second collateral on the village's assets. He noted that with a couple of accounting procedures being adjusted, numbers will look more in alignment on the next audit. The cost of the 2022 audit will go up $200 to an annual fee of $9,700.
Village attorney Jonathan Turpin addressed the board to present the Tentative Fiscal Budget for May 1, 2021 – April 30, 2022. After reviewing the documents, the tentative budget was approved. A vote on the budget will be held during the October meeting.
Mayor Tom Harbour reported he received a letter from the EPA regarding the town's proposed water project. The letter stated that Enfield's water project would be approved with “zero principal forgiveness”. Mayor Harbour contacted the project manager, Mike Respondek at Brown and Roberts to draft a letter to the EPA that the town would not be interested in...
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