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The Suburbanite
  • Lake trustees see new life for empty space

  • During a regular meeting Oct. 13, Lake Township Trustees heard from Hartville resident Rebecca Segetti, who inquired about possible uses for the building on Edison Street, which has been empty for several years.

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  • There may be hope for the abandoned Adult Senior Community Center.
    During a regular meeting Oct. 13, Lake Township Trustees heard from Hartville resident Rebecca Segetti, who inquired about possible uses for the building on Edison Street, which has been empty for several years.
    Segetti said that she would like to tour the building to see if it would be a good fit for a senior activity center and adult day care.
    The trustees suggested she call the zoning inspector to make an appointment to see the building.
    Galen Stoll, president of the trustees, said that he would like to see the Uniontown Police Department move into the building.
    Trustees John Arnold and Ellis Erb both said that the building needs a lot of work to get it in shape.
    “The building is going to need a new roof soon and a lot of work done inside to get it going,” Erb said. “It would probably take between $75,000 and $100,000 of renovations and repair just to get it ready to use.”
    In other business Oct, 13, trustees:
    • Approved payroll for Oct. 11 in the amount of $47,062.
    • Authorized to pay bills as of Oct. 14 in the amount of $700,221.
    • Changed the date of the Nov. 11 regular meeting. Trustees moved the meeting to 6:30 p.m. Nov. 12 in observance of Veteran’s Day.
    • Accepted the resignation of the fiscal assistant, Christy Bresson, effective Oct. 31. Bresson retired as a full-time employee in 2012 and returned as a part-time employee in April 2013.
    • Approved selling items no longer needed by the Uniontown Police Department. The trustees will accept sealed bids for two used police vehicles: a 2007 Ford Crown Victoria with 108,000 miles and a 2008 Ford Crown Victorian with 90,415 miles. Each car will be sold as is, and each will go to the highest bidder.