MAYVILLE - Mayville's Fire and Rescue has a "new" pre-owned four-door enclosed pumper engine at a cost of $85,000.
Purchase of the 1996 HME unit was finalized when the village board okayed the increase of the village's General Fund Revenue account by the $85,000 which was taken from the Fire and Rescue Capital Account at its Tuesday, May 8 session .
Eight of the village's 105 fire hydrants need various repairs, Public Works Superintendent John Buxton informed the board.
Photo by Dave O’Connor
Lucretia, center seated, and Lyle Hopkins, right seated, were awarded a license to operate their “Chill Out” Italian ice concession this summer in Mayville village parks. The couple will pay Mayville $300 per month, an amount approved by the village board at its regular meeting May 8.
The board awarded a contract for no. 2 diesel and regular fuel to low bidder, NOCO Energy Corp. of Tonawanda, N.Y. NOCO will supply diesel at $3.3879 per gallon and 87-octane gasoline at $3.1652 per gallon for the 2012-13 fiscal year. NOCO was the lowest of two competing bids. Lictus Keystone of Clymer bid $3.4308 a gallon for diesel and $3.1966 for the gasoline.
Betts Construction Inc., was low bidder for screened gravel and will deliver the gravel at a cost of $9.45 per yard. R. Wiese, Jr., of Sherman, Bittenger Gravel Inc., of Sherman, and Tri-James Service of Lakewood also bid for the contract.
Chautauqua Lake Association gained permission of the board for a "standard concession agreement" to hold its "Paddle for Chautauqua Lake" fundraiser Saturday, Aug. 11 with the next day set as a rain date.
The board learned that 13 building permits for an estimated $82,300 cost were issued in April.