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The Suburbanite
  • Hartville Village Council meeting for Dec. 18

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  • KEY ACTION  Aldi is looking to build a grocery store in Hartville. The store would be at the intersection of Market Avenue and W. Maple Street.
    DISCUSSION  Aldi will be presenting its plans to the planning commission Jan. 8 at 7 p.m. According to Mayor Richard Currie, the proposed plan is a stand-alone grocery store. The Jan. 8 meeting will be the first time the village officials will review plans for the store.
    OTHER ACTION  Village Engineer Rob Graham discussed the preliminary tie-in incentive plan the city of Canton Water Department is considering to offer residents and business owners to connect to the new water line.
    The plan they are considering would offer residents 50 percent off the frontage assessment if they tie in within a year, 40 percent off within two years and 30 percent off if they tie in within three years. Also, they are considering a zero percent interest rate that would allow the residents to make their assessment in their monthly water bill over 10 years and, for business owners, a zero percent interest rate to be paid back in their water bill over five years.
    The Water Department will determine the plans by the end of the week.
    • Council, Solicitor Ron Starkey and Fiscal Officer Scott Varney went into a closed-door session to discuss a personnel matter and a threatened litigation issue. No action was taken after the closed-door session.
    • Village Hall will close at noon Monday and Dec. 31. It will be closed Tuesday (Christmas) and Jan. 1.
    UP NEXT  Meets 7 p.m. Jan. 2 in Village Hall.