The Delaware County Board of Supervisors plan to discuss the newly-extended speed limit on Hartwick Road at an upcoming meeting. The Supervisors have received numerous calls from local residents concerned about the recently lowered 35 mile per hour speed limit in that area on west side of Delhi.
Also at today’s meeting, the Supervisors set a public hearing next month on an expansion permit for Tom and Nancy McDonald of Ryan. The couple is hoping to rebuild a hog facility that was destroyed by a fire last summer. The public hearing is set for April 9th.
The County has also set a date to receive bids for rock resurfacing. Over 100-thousand tons of new gravel will be placed around Delaware County, with the bid letting set for April 23rd.
The Supervisors also discussed the proposed construction of a new Steer-n-Stein building on the Delaware County fairgrounds. The Supervisors have agreed to allow the building to be constructed, but they’ll be sending the Fair Society a letter to let them know they need to go through the County to install a holding tank.
And the Board of Supervisors has approved the resignation of Union Township Trustee Tom Norland and extend their thanks for his years of service.