By ERIC SCHAADT
McCOMB — Financial plans for a new sewage plant in McComb are slated to be presented to Village Council later this month.
McComb Council learned Monday that the Northwestern Water and Sewer District, Bowling Green, will offer a proposal at council’s next meeting Feb. 26.
Preliminary estimates have the plant costing $6 million.
“The details have to be worked out,” Mayor Chuck Latta told council.
The firm handles the water and sewer operations of McComb.
Separately, council wants to update its sidewalk ordinance based on a similar law on the books in Findlay.
The current McComb sidewalk ordinance is “outdated,” according to village officials.
Council’s Streets and Alleys Committee has been discussing the issue.
Separately, council said pavement needs to be fixed at the intersection of Ohio 186 and Ohio 613. The Ohio Department of Transportation will be contacted.
In other business, council:
- Held a closed executive session to discuss employee matters.
- Praised village workers for their efforts in clearing streets from recent snowfalls.
- Will address leaks in the roof of the village fire hall.