The Village of Mill Shoals was granted a six-month extension to prepare an acceptable Emergency Operations Plan.
Village Water Operator Wayne Carter stated that he had received a quote to inspect the Village's water tower. President of the Village Board, Ron Gray, informed Carter to bring both quotes next month.
Carter brought to the board's attention that a village resident, Mary King, called to reveal that the alley by her house had once again been smashed down and that it was difficult to approach from the County Road.
President Gray stated that the Village would put rock onto the approach.
Village Clerk Heath Tullis told the board that the rates for Garbage would go from $12.80 to $13.20 effective April 1, 2020.
Tullis also reminded the members that the Statement of Economic Interests had been mailed out in mid-January, and everyone was to file on an individual basis with the County Clerk.
The Treasurer's Report, Village Treasurer James Murphy, discussed the importance of using the Village's Sales Tax-Exempt status when purchasing items for the Village.
In Sewer news, Carter let the board know that he was still waiting on Schulte Supply to send a cost analysis of adequately repairing the East Street Lift Station.
The next Village of Mill Shoals meeting will be held on March 3.