NAPOLEON COUNCIL APPROVES OHIO STREET PROJECT

The city of Napoleon has passed the first reading on legislation to deny cultivation or retail sales of medical marijuana in the community.  This continues a moratorium passed previously by council.

Renewal of agriculture districts were approved for three property owners in the city limits during the Monday council session.            The purchase of new computer equipment for police vehicles was approved at over $25,000.

                   And Napoleon Council passed an ordinance to support a challenge to the constitutionality of Ohio law regarding rules for municipal income taxes.                            A third and final reading was approved, allowing the transfer of land to the Henry County CIC for an economic development project.             The bid for the Ohio Street waterline replacement was awarded to Vern Nagel Construction, at $90,000 below the engineer’s estimate.                           Napoleon Council approved the recommendation for Trick-or-Treat night on Tuesday, October 31st, from 6pm till 7:30.

And there was an executive session to discuss personnel and economic development but no action was taken.

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