Malvern Village Council has announced several different plans involving the park at its June 5 meeting.
Council made a motion to change the agreement for park rentals, which is to increase the price to $55 with no refunds, unless a 30 day notice is given. This does not count for people who already have rentals this year. Next year it will be in full effect.
Council also motioned for Superintendent of Village Services Steve Felton to install a handicap swing in the park. The swing will be placed at an angle facing the playground.
"I think that would be the best for parents with multiple children so they can watch the playground," said Felton.
A movie night was also announced beginning Friday, June 16, 8:30 p.m. with the additional dates July 21 and Aug. 18. There will be a free will offering to help with expenses. Pop and water is donated by Woods' Grocery and Marathon. Concessions will be available at a cost.
In other business, council:
HEARD from a resident of Carrollton Street who caught someone trimming his trees and claiming they were with the village. He wanted to make council aware.
HEARD Mayor Bob DeLong and other council members including Tom Holmes chased off door to door solicitors on Memorial Day.
LEARNED Income Tax Administrator Alanna Evans and Village Solicitor Chad Murdock are trying to get several people to file their taxes. There could be six possible court cases. Murdock is sending out letters to the individuals first.
CONFIRMED Village Hall hours are 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Councilwoman Eunice Thompson stated that she has had inquiries about it.
HEARD audit is finished and a meeting will be held June 14, 6 p.m. with the results.
PAID village bills from the appropriate funds for $22,857.11 in vendor invoices, pre-approved by the Finance Committee June 5; plus $8,582.59