The winners from last month's Consolidated Election were sworn into office last night during the Hillcrest Village Board meeting.
The Trustees are David Long, Randy Salsbury, and Jim McMullin. This is the 1st time Long has been a village official while Salsbury and McMullin were re-elected.
Mark Sparacino was also appointed to the Zoning Board of Appeals.
The village plans to use $40,000 of motor fuel tax money to upgrade several streets with asphalt and seal coating. The streets include Elliott, Jeffrey, and Errett.
Residents in Hillcrest will receive a letter soon dealing with mailboxes that are located too far from the road. They will be asked to move then closer to the pavement for their postal service.
Tickets will soon be handed out for abandoned vehicles in Hillcrest. The village also filed a complaint this week of a garage unsafe at 400 Wayne Road. Other complaints are expected to be filed in the future involving structures. The cost to demolish the building will come from the owner.
The board did approve a zoning map resolution. It will need to be updated since it does not match the zoning code for the village.
The Hillcrest board will meet in special session on May 29th at 6 to talk about the new fiscal year budget.