The town of North Judson has met the ever-nearing deadline for the drafting of an ADA compliance plan. Clerk-Treasurer Donna Henry explained that ADA Coordinator Doug Vessely presented the final draft of the ADA plan that he had developed, with details about what improvements have been made and what work must still be done.
Henry explained that the plan is basically finalized, and just in time – the deadline of Dec. 31 was getting a little too close for comfort.
On top of that, the board also performed the third reading and adoption of two ordinances, including the ordinance to expand the town board from three members to five. Henry said the ordinance will now be taken to the recorder’s office to have them put into record, and the board will soon hold an executive session to discuss and review potential candidates to fill the two new seats.
Although the board will not make a decision during that session, they will discuss the candidates and present to the public two frontrunners that they suggest for appointment. Henry said a final decision as to who will become the two newest members of the town board will likely be made on Dec. 17.