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Rockville Town Council Hears Concerns From MainStreet Rockville

By Maggie Sockwell

Sentinel Reporter

The first October meeting of the Rockville Town Council was held Monday, October 4.  Dave Brown, president called the meeting to order in due form with council members Brandy Asher, Clerk/Treasurer; Parke Swaim, Liddy Dowd-Wright, Jeff Eslinger, town liaison; Steve Farrington, Melissa Buell, and Nick Sauter, town attorney present.

The first order of business was the proposed budget for 2022.  A motion was made by Parke Swaim with second by Liddy Dowd-Wright and the town council unanimously approved the budget.

Next, Cyndi Todd, Executive Director of Partnership Parke County presented the council members with an interlocal agreement for the three groups participating and paying for the housing study.  Council members signed the agreement and the study is moving forward.  The first meeting for this study will be held on October 6. Todd updated everyone on the income survey for the upcoming water project.  So far 57 surveys have been returned with a total of 297 needed to make the survey complete for an upcoming water project.

Following Todd, Greg  Goluska, President of MainStreet Rockville, spoke to the council members.  He read a prepared statement on behalf of MainStreet.  The statement read as follows:

For the full article, see this week’s edition of the Parke County Sentinel.

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