Put-in-Bay Recreation Committee spent several hours installing holiday decorations in DeRivera Park on Monday afternoon. The enthusiastic participants, led by Michelle O’Donnell, created a bright and cheerful North Pole setting. Special thanks go to Scott Pugh for handling the electrical connection.
An economic study, recently compiled by Joe Cerny, provides valuable insight regarding installation of a permanent ozone system versus installation of a waterline to maintain the safety standards of the Put-in-Bay water supply. Mr. Cerny writes in the executive summary, “The Village of Put-in-Bay, in meeting its obligations in providing safe drinking water, and mostly due to Harmful Algae Blooms (HAB), is in need and required to provide a solution to meet these obligations. Two methods have been discussed.”
Village Council scheduled a special meeting on 18 October 2018 to review the pertinent issues. The PDF attached below is a copy of Mr. Cerny’s report, made available to Put-in-Bay Daily™ by the Put-in-Bay Property Association.
Join Lake Erie Islands Conservancy in the Village Park, Wednesday, 22 August, from 10:00am-3:00pm for the last Artisan Fair of the 2018 season! We will have LEIC t-shirts and hats, raffle tickets for the afghan made by Tracy Burgess, Nuts by George Gazdick to benefit the Friends of Coopers Woods, and lots of jams and jellies for sale at our LEIC tent across from the Boathouse. Hand-dyed potholders by Russell Brohl will be on a special sale, as well as hand-dyed batik fabrics.
Come see what everyone has to offer!
Put-in-Bay Village JOB POSTING
The Village of Put-in-Bay, located on South Bass Island in the middle of Lake Erie, is seeking to hire a fiscal officer.
Candidates must be willing to relocate to the island within six months of appointment.
The fiscal officer, whose duties are outlined by state and village law, is responsible for the clerk-treasurer duties of the municipality, including, without limitation: Paying bills, setting budgets, attending and recording council minutes at all regular and committee meetings, overseeing collection of monies and deposits from village docks, working with the utilities clerk to make sure monthly water/sewer bills are collected and deposited properly, completing bi-weekly payroll, preparing correspondence on behalf of council, responding to village public records requests that pertain to the records maintained by council and the fiscal officer, attending yearly training as required and maintaining required certifications, and additional duties as assigned. The scope of duties of the position will be discussed at time of interview.
The ideal candidate would have earned a 4-year college degree, preferably in finance or accounting, or have equivalent experience. High computer literacy necessary.
Must be bonded in accordance with law prior to performing any duties as fiscal officer.
Must be able to work independently. Self starting is a must. Ability to keep open communications with department heads and elected officials necessary for success in the job, including village administrator and police chief, mayor’s court clerk, mayor, and village council members.
Proposed salary range starting between $40,000 and $50,000 depending on qualifications and experience. Retirement and health insurance benefits included.
On-the-job training to be provided as necessary, funded by council. Local municipality services through the auditor of state will also be provided.
The fiscal officer is expected to maintain a 40-hour work week between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday to Friday, being available to the public with a scheduled lunch break.
Interested candidates should submit applications via email to Jessica C. Dress, president of council, at jessicadress “at” cros.net, as well as Mayor Mack McCann at jeab285 “at”aol.com, as soon as possible. Applications received after 5 p.m., June 20, 2018, will not be considered. Interviews will commence as soon as possible. Contacted applicants are expected to travel by ferry to the island at their own expense.