Media representative JC Tinsley had questions for the board on Tuesday morning, one which concerned a report of the courthouse server being hacked and someone accessing courthouse files from home. Treasurer Pam Armstrong and the board all said they knew nothing about any hacking. The Treasurer had requested secure access when she was off work due to an injury so she could work from home. Tinsley asked if Homeland Security and the Board of Elections had to be contacted, as he had heard. “That was not true either,” Armstrong and the board answered. Tinsley asked about online financial statements and that he had spoken to the Treasurer about that, to which Armstrong stated,”The statements are in Beth’s office at the end of every month. They can be seen there.”
Visitor Linda Fechtig approached the Enfield village board at their meeting on Tuesday night with an idea she thinks might help curtail crime in the village. There has been an uptick in incidents recently since Enfield let their policeman go. She has been researching ideas and found an app called “Next Door App” which would assist residents to keep an eye out for their neighbors. She stated if the board would support it, she would look into what would be required and gather others to help with the project. The board had no opposition to the idea.