Medina seeking successor for retiring code enforcement officer

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 30 March 2019 at 3:36 pm

MEDINA – The Village of Medina is accepting applications for code enforcement officer to replace Marty Busch, who is retiring in July after 24 years in the position.

The village will take applications until April 3, and has received two so far, Mayor Mike Sidari said.

The village would like to have the new codes officer work with Busch for a little while before his retirement.

For more on the position, click here.

• The Village Board on Monday also accepted the low bid from K.D. Flooring of Medina to replace the carpeting in the Village Office on Park Avenue.

KD Flooring will do the job for $5,222, using a square-tiled carpet. The space that will get new carpet includes the village clerk’s office, mayor’s office and the meeting room.

Sidari said the village office will likely close on a Friday afternoon to give KD Flooring time to do the work before the office reopens on a Monday.

• The Village Board also approved having classic car shows on Friday evenings in the Canal Basin, beginning June 7 and continuing until Aug. 23. The super cruise, when one end of Main Street is blocked off, is scheduled for Aug. 28.

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