Pemberville adopts personnel text

PEMBERVILLE – The village now has a personnel manual.
Council unanimously adopted the manual Oct. 20, completing a project that has taken several years.
"I’d like to thank council for adopting the personnel manual," council member Dave Meismer
said. "It has been in the works for several years. It is an amendable document should times or the
village situation change," he added.
Council also:
¥ Discussed plans to promote the police and park levies on the November ballot. Council members and other
village officials plan to go door-to-door with information and also distribute signs in support of the
levies. Mayor James Opelt said police calls have increased this year with 1,004 through Sept. 30,
compared to 921 all of 2008. "I think it shows a need for our police department and keep it strong
and on the road."
¥ Learned council’s finance committee will meet tonight at 7. Council member Marge Cox said 2010 expenses
and receipts will be the topic.
¥ Heard council President Gordon Bowman report the village’s economic development Web site, should be "live" in the next week.
¥ Heard member Keith Madaras said he had heard complaints about the railroad crossing near the Modine