POMEROY — A name has been given to the new road recently opened near Taco Bell in Pomeroy.
During a recent council meeting, members of Pomeroy Village Council unanimously approved naming the road Jaymar Street.
Council also approved making Condor Street from the intersection with Spring Avenue to the intersection with Plum Street a two-way road. The area converted from a one-way to a two-way is the block located directly behind the new Fox’s Pizza location.
Residents of Monkey Run spoke with council about water damage to various properties from a temporary water line which recently ran through the area. The village is to check on how the matter is to be handled with the insurance company.
Village Administrator Paul Hellman said West Main Street near McDonald’s would be closed beginning Sept. 17 for a period of 10 days for the storm sewer project.
Mitch Altier of ME Companies updated council on the progress of several grant funded projects taking place in the village. Altier said that the sewer line work is approximately 60-70 percent complete.
Council approved advertising for the Phase III water line project.
Luke Ortman spoke to council about a proposed welcome sign for the village. Ortman said the original location he had planned would not work, but he will look into other locations for the sign.
Police Chief Mark Proffitt told council about the purchase of a new police car. The vehicle was purchased from the Village of West Elkins, saving the village money on the purchase.
All council members were present at the meeting.
The next meeting will be held at 7 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 10.