By ERIC SCHAADT
ARLINGTON — Arlington Council on Monday was updated on the progress of repairs to its fire hall.
Replacement is underway on the building’s roof, according to village officials.
Also, council will spend $7,900 to fix the slick fire department floors that have been worn down with age.
Door repairs and other projects also will be considered at the hall.
Separately, the project to upgrade a portion of North Main Street will start in early July. Street and curb work will be done.
A public pre-construction meeting will be scheduled to discuss details of the project. Village business owners have asked about such a meeting.
Separately, Village Council will spend $480 to remove eight dead trees.
In other business, council:
- Accepted two new firefighters to the fire department, bringing the total to 28 members.
- Was told about three sinkholes in the vicinity of Mountain Ash and Cumberland.
- Will collect ideas for plans to be funded via a Hancock Park District grant.