West Unity Village council and the village administration had a heated discussion over a number of issues Thursday session

West Unity Village council and the village administration had a heated discussion over a number of issues at a two-and-a-half hour meeting Thursday. The Bryan Times reports the village has applied for a $2.68 million grant for pollution control at the sewer plant. Several council members complained that they heard about the grant from people on the street before receiving the information on Thursday and questioned why they were not told first. Mayor Peggy Bernath said she did not know how the information had gotten to the public but agreed to start having a weekly communication meeting between her, administrators and council president Kevin Gray. Gray, in turn, will update council members about the discussions. In other news, some council members questioned why the village office renovation project was awarded to Rup-Col Inc. That company’s winning bid of $25,300 was not the lowest one received. Fiscal Officer Kim Grime indicated that a lower bid did not comply with requirements.

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