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VILLAGE OF EXETER
Saturday, November 22, 2008
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
Following up on a recent housing survey by the Fillmore County Development Corporation, Exeter community members had an additional opportunity to voice their opinion about the current housing situation in town.
The event was sponsored by the Exeter Chamber of Commerce and presented by the Fillmore County Development Corporation and Hanna:Keelan Associates.
Tim Keelan opened the meeting by presenting the results of the recent countywide housing surveys and also some demographic profiles that Hanna:Keelan Associates had compiled.The full results of the housing survey and the Demographic Profiles are available in the slideshow on the right side of the page.
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Monday, November 17, 2008
Second Team Offense
Honorable Mention Offense
First Team Defense
Second Team Defense
Honorable Mention Defense
Second Team Special Teams
Sunday, November 16, 2008
Special guest at the meeting was Dave Henke, supervisor of the aquatics division of JEO Consulting, the engineers for the project. Henke tabulated all of the proposed bids for a grand total of $1,275,000. He reminded the board that this did not include "shelters, slides, painting or any engineering fees during construction."
Part of the reason that the slide was not included in construction is because of a problem with current slide design and some recent legislation that will require the re-engineering of every slide made. Once the manufacturing changes have been made Mayor Alan Michl expects the "biggest push to be for the slide."
The board had already approved both the electrical contractor and the pool builder. During the meeting they approved the carpenter's bid, plumbing contractor and the footings and wall construction. Houlden Remodeling out of Friend will be doing the carpentry, Kelch Plumbing and Heating of Exeter will be the plumbing contractor and Roth and Troyer Construction out of Milford will do the cement work for the footings and walls of the bathhouse.
According to Village Maintenance Supervisor John Mueller demolition is scheduled to start the week of Thanksgiving. Look for daily updates on the website.
The Village Board will have their next regular meeting on Tuesday, December 2nd at 7:30 p.m.