Scotia passes $5.8M budget

Kohout said it was a move he felt sends a message to taxpayers.

"We want them to know that we are going to make good on our promises, and in these times it felt like the right thing to do," said Kohout.

The board also announced that curbside pick up for large appliances will be for two weeks only this year.

The program will be conducted from April 6 through 17. All appliances, including washers, dryers, stoves, refrigerators, hot water tanks, dishwashers and air conditioners must be placed at the curb no later than 7 a.m. on regular waste collection days. Stickers must be purchased at the village clerk's office in order for pickup.

Yard waste collection will also resume April 6 and will continue until the week before Thanksgiving. Yard waste includes residential or commercial leaf waste, lawn clippings, grass, leaves, hedge clippings and twigs. The waste needs to be in either a 30 gallon compostable paper bag or a receptacle with handles and lid, 30 gallon maximum size, and marked "yard waste."


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