With the village of Deshler dealing with problems from an excess of stray cats in the community, the town’s solicitor may have found some relief. Jim Rode (roe-dee) reports the zoning ordinance states, ‘no land shall be used or occupied in a manner creating noxious conditions’. That may allow the village to crack down on places where cats are gathering, and warn property owners if there are problems.
Deshler Council reports 700-feet of concrete has already been poured for the reservoir pathway project.
And an executive session was held to discuss the sale or purchase of property, with no action taken.