Carthage village clerk’s office hours cut

CARTHAGE — At the Oct. 19 meeting, the village Board of Trustees authorized the Department of Public Works Superintendent to contact Kimco Steel to remove scrap steel from the DPW barn. In addition the company will leave a dumpster for the future collection of scrap steel which Kimco is currently paying $40 per gross.

The superintendent was also tasked with designing a plan for employees to be on call more in the interim until employees are hired to replace vacant positions. Current employees will receive on call compensation, providing they report to work when they are called.

The board also approved three DPW/Water Department employees to attend NYCOM Virtual Public Works Training School at a cost of $69 per person.

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