Downtown Water Tower Repaint


The Downtown Water Tower project is due to start Monday September 26th. The area around the base of the water tower will be blocked off, and for safety we ask that you keep clear of the area.

We are anticipating this Water Tower project to last for 5 weeks.


Leaf Disposal

The Waste site for Village residents will be open October 1st through December 1 for clean brush and leaves. If you choose to burn your leaves make sure you follow the Village ordinance.

Sec. 12-24. – Leaf fires.

The burning of leaves shall be permitted along and adjacent to paved streets, alleys and sidewalks within the village provided that such fire shall not be less than five feet of the paved/travelled portion of said surfaces. Said fire shall be permitted further provided that it shall be constantly and regularly tended by a suitable responsible adult, and shall be maintained to a size which does not present or create a hazard of fire, spreading of fire, or emission of smoke which would obstruct visibility of the vehicular or pedestrian traffic. Any duly appointed enforcement officer of the village is hereby authorized to make discrimination whether or not said fire is or presents such a potential hazard.

(Comp. Ords. 1987, § 40.055)

2016 Duck Race Results

Duck Race results
1. 183 – Michelle Phillips
2. 222 – Payton Murney
3. 38 – Dale Tyler
4. 282 – Kim Fearnow
5. 125 – Ashley Ross
6. 297 – K Dennis
7. 210 – Lynn Middaugh
8. 270 – David Stoll
9. 252 – Ken Field
10. 274 – Terrie Oliver


Human Trafficking Notification Act 62 of 2016


If you or someone you know is being forced to engage in any activity and cannot leave, whether the activity is commercial sex, housework, farm work, or any other activity, please contact the National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline at 888-373-7888 or text 233733 to access help and services. The victims of human trafficking are protected under U.S. laws and the laws of this state.

Posting required by Public Act 62 of 2016 – Human Trafficking Notification Act

Recognize the potential red flags and signs of human trafficking:

Common Work and Living Conditions:

He or she is in the commercial sex industry and has a pimp/manager.

He or she is unpaid, paid very little, or paid only through tips.

He or she owes a large debt and is unable to pay it off.

He or she was recruited through false promises concerning the nature and conditions of his/her work.

Poor Mental Health or Abnormal Behavior:

He or she is fearful, anxious, depressed, submissive, tense, or nervous/paranoid.

He or she exhibits unusually fearful or anxious behavior when law enforcement is discussed.

Poor Physical Health:

He or she appears malnourished or shows signs of repeated exposure to harmful chemicals.

He or she shows signs of physical and/or sexual abuse, physical restraint, confinement, or torture.

Lack of Control:

He or she has few or no personal possessions.

He or she is not in control of his/her own money, has no financial records or bank accounts.

He or she is not in control of his/her own identification documents (ID or passport).

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