CAMDEN — Camden Clerk of Court Nancy Melton presented her January report during the village council meeting on Thursday, Feb. 7. She shared, she is beginning to see activity and payments toward previous years as well as current citations and misdemeanors.
In January, she mailed out six warning letters for non-payment and a citation. Declarations of forfeitures will be sent out in February, if payments are not made. Total of non-payments was $1,285.
A declaration of forfeiture of license was sent, which is a $270 citation. Three registration blocks were sent, which is a total of $1,350. She released three registration blocks and one forfeiture for a total of $660.
For January, there were 13 traffic citations and 15 misdemeanors, seven of those were property maintenance. The total of citations and misdemeanors was $4,660, not including the property maintenance.
Total citations paid and deposited into the bank was $3,446, $660 paid and they did have 2017 and a citation from 2015 paid. She is starting to see activity from the years prior.
In other business:
According to Village Administrator Rusty Wilson, staff has been busy with snow removal. The remaining Christmas decorations has been removed from downtown.
Councilman Kelly Doran reported having spoken to a representative from First Financial about the Town Hall Phase II. According to Doran, they are waiting for an updated estimate from the architect.
Camden Council meets every first and third Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. in the Town Hall.
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