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Here are briefs from last week's city council meeting.

Dedication planned

A flag will be raised at the new Vietnam Memorial Flag Project June 1 at Cascade Park.

Project organizer Hugh Coryea told New Castle City Council this week  the dedication will be at 10 a.m.

“I invite all Vietnam era veterans to attend,” he said.

Rolloff complaint

Council was asked this week why two rolloff units and debris have been placed on the small lot between Speedway and the city hall parking lot.

City solicitor Jason Medure said he also is not fond of the rolloffs and is “looking into” what action he can take to have them removed.

“There is no specific ordinance that prohibits them,” he said. “They are not buildings but they can’t be there forever.”

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He added that the rolloffs are not being used.

Council inquiries

New Castle councilman Tom Smith this week asked about turning back the clock to the days of brick streets.

Smith noted that users of Centennial Street had asked about milling the surface down to the original brick in order to eliminating uneven pavement and potholes. The brick surface, he said he was told, is in good shape.

Smith was told that would depend on the number of manholes that were on the street since manholes had to be raised when streets are paved.

Smith said there appear to be no manholes and asked if the street could be milled down to the brick surface.

“We’re seeing this kind of return to brick streets in Akron, Cleveland and other communities,” he said. “Those bricks streets have lasted for 100 years,”

Smith also asked about progress on obtaining a beer liquor license at Sylvan Heights, the municipal golf course.

City solicitor Jason Medure said he is looking into the matter and will see what needs to be done so it can open this spring with the license in place.

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