The Village of Enfield will accept sealed bids on a 2006 Ford F250 as well as a 2003 Crown Vic belonging to the fire department until the December board meeting date. Both are in the parking lot at Village hall and bids will be opened at the meeting. As always, the board has the right to accept or reject any and all bids. Even though the Village is an entirely different entity than the Enfield Fire Department, the Village Office will be the location where bids can be dropped off. All bids should be sealed in an envelope and clearly marked as to what unit they are bidding on.
The Enfield Village board on Tuesday heard an audit report from Justin Dartt of Dartt & Company as he reviewed the fiscal year 2022-2023. Dartt said everything looked good, but suggested the Village might need to look at raising water rates as the fund lagged behind actual costs. He also presented his letter of intent to offer services for the 2023-2024 year at a cost of $12,500.00.
Village Attorney Jonathan Turpin reviewed the Official Fiscal 2023 Budget for the Village of Enfield (Ord. 2023-0580) and the Annual Tax Levy Ordinance of the Village of Enfield (Ord. 2023-0581). [Read more...]
Baby girl and boy, Tot girl and boy, and Princess and Prince contests were all held last night (Thursday) at the 102nd Mule Day celebration.
The 102nd Mule Day event kicks off this week in Enfield, and rides will be a part of the celebration this year. The Village has had difficulty getting a contract for the event which is held the first weekend of October each year, but this week Swyear Amusements made contact and said that they were available to come. [Read more...]
Seven local young ladies will vie for the Mule Day Queen title this year. The Mule Day festivities will start on Thursday night at 5:00 p.m with kids' games at the stage, gospel music featuring Jared Mitchell at 6 p.m., after which the pageants start. [Read more...]