continued Trustee Jim Rosier reported at the Jan. 23 meeting that the state Department of Transportation has alerted the village that new crosswalks will be painted over Route 370 at both Sycamore and Bass streets. The work should be done sometime after winter’s end.
Liverpool Police Chief Don Morris is sharing the good news with Stephen Kelly, the village resident who recommended the need for the new crosswalk markings.
The village board’s next meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. Feb. 19, at the Village Hall. Kochan will chair the February meeting.
Fifty-one parking tickets issued
Via a memo, Liverpool Police Chief Don Morris informed the village board of trustees at their Jan. 23 meeting that officers issued 77 citations for violations of the state’s vehicle and traffic laws during December. In addition, eight warning tickets were issued for minor motor-vehicle violations.
Three arrests were made for driving while intoxicated, 13 traffic accidents were investigated and 51 parking tickets were issued.
Officers made 249 residential checks during the month while investigating a total of 264 complaints.
The village has an opening for a part-time crossing guard at Liverpool Elementary School, on Second Street (Route 370). The hours are 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. and 2:35 to 3:35 p.m. For employment information, contact the LPD at 457-0722.