SILVER CREEK — Following a public listening to previous to its assembly, the Village Board accredited two minor adjustments to newly adopted native legal guidelines. For essentially the most half, the adjustments function bookkeeping clarifications, although there are some tangible adjustments that include them, even when minor.
“Principally, the previous code used to learn is that you just paid water each six months and sewer each six months,” mentioned Silver Creek Mayor Jeff Hornburg. “What we did again within the day is we modified it to paying quarterly for each of them.”
Late fees within the water payments additionally modified with the acceptance of those amendments to the native legal guidelines. Ought to residents not pay their invoice inside 30 days, there may be an extra cost of 10%. The change got here in that now the payments will likely be despatched out on the primary of February, Could, August, and November and the payments are due on the finish of the month. However ought to the primary of these months fall on a weekend, the payments wouldn’t be acquired till the primary Monday, giving residents the additional little bit of time to pay it.
“If February began off with Monday the third, you’d have till March third to get it paid,” Hornburg mentioned.
The opposite change got here within the sewer penalty fee. The sewer fee is now additionally payable quarterly throughout the identical months because the water fee, and the identical 10 p.c late cost applies there as properly.
The village additionally introduced the hours for the Kiwanis’ ‘Trunk or Deal with’ occasion on Halloween Day, from 5:30 to eight p.m within the Silver Creek Village Sq.. There may also be a parade from the Silver Creek Hearth Corridor to the Backline that begins at 5 p.m. on Halloween. The historic eating automotive will likely be open for Trick or Treaters on the day of Halloween, and the Village is anticipating that to be bustling all evening.
The following assembly will likely be Monday, Nov. 1 at 7 p.m. The Silver Creek Planning Board will likely be assembly on Monday, Oct. 26 at 7 p.m. within the Hearth Corridor, in a gathering that’s open to the general public. The planning board will likely be attended by a consultant from Area 9 Development in addition to a member of the UAW to debate the development of the Primary Road College.