First Posted: 3/13/2015
DALTON — Council moved forward with contracts to provide law enforcement service to both Nicholson and Factoryville at its meeting March 12.
Councilman Bill Montgomery announced that he received the ordinances, which authorize the president of Dalton Borough and other appropriate officials to execute and enter a police service agreement with Nicholson and Factoryville boroughs.
An ordinance describing police services for Nicholson and another for Factoryville were both approved.
Montgomery thanked Dalton Police Chief Chris Tolson and board member Len Peters for working on the police service agreements.
In other news, president Gus Vlassis announced that he received a service agreement from AJS Mechanical Services, whicgh currently repairs the municipal building’s air conditioning and furnace, to renew its contract for the year for a total of $188. The board voted to approve the service agreement.
In other business, Vlassis talked about the Streamside Park’s pavilion reservation request form.
“The reservation included a $100 deposit, in which $50 is refundable upon inspections of premises,” he said.
Vlassis also said that any checks returned will carry a $25 charge.
Council voted to approve the request form.