The street resurfacing program in the City of Defiance should be getting underway in the next couple months.
Defiance City Council has approved an ordinance allowing for that work to be contracted, as well as a resolution concerning a property that had been the subject of recent annexation controversy.
The Crescent News says council passed five legislative items and let lie a sixth at their most recent meeting.
The resurfacing contract totals $133,795.
The work is expected to be undertaken at the beginning of summer.
An emergency resolution declaring services to be provided to a little more than 12 acres proposed for annexation in section 18 of Richland Township was also approved following a first reading.
The annexation must still be approved by county commissioners before it goes to council for final passage.