By ERIC SCHAADT
McCOMB — Replacing a section of sewer line near Perrin Avenue has been completed, McComb Council was told Monday.
Now, Village Council may turn its attention to backed-up drainage water in the area of Cherry Street, which has drawn the ire of some citizens.
Village Administrator Kevin Siferd said a camera will be placed in the service line to see if there is a blockage. Village representatives also will obtain estimates for installing a larger line in the vicinity.
Also, the village may look into a waterline problem near Panther Parkway.
Separately, Village Council learned the Ladies Auxiliary of the McComb VFW intends to hold Independence Day fireworks on July 5 at the village park.
The service organization is accepting donations to help finance this event. The rain date is July 6.
In other business, council:
• Held a closed executive session for the stated purpose of discussing the sale of village property.
• Said the village swimming pool is expected to open for the season around the Memorial Day weekend.
• Is looking for funds to restore an old jail at the village park. A letter will be sent to the Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation to seek money.
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