Paramount Care coming to Shadyside

SHADYSIDE – Cathy King from Paramount Medical Care spoke to village council on Monday night at its regularly scheduled meeting.

King said Paramount will be moving into a building on Central Avenue and asked for reserve parking for its patients. She said Paramount hopes to open its doors by October.

Meanwhile, Mayor Bob Newhart reported that he has deposited $570 in the month of August. The minor building permits were approved.

Newhart and Police Chief Rusty Patt both stressed that school is back in session and everyone needs to drive safe.

Street Commissioner Jay Meek thanked council and his crew for stepping up while he was out.

Councilman John Tipton has received several complaints from residents saying that have seen children driving golf carts.

In order to drive a golf cart, you must have a valid driver’s license. He had also heard complaints that people are holding children while driving or riding in a golf cart. One complaint stated that they saw someone holding an infant cart seat while in a golf cart.

Council asked that the police be on the lookout and start pulling them over.

Councilmen Tim Johnson and Tim Merryman were excused. Legislation was tabled until the next meeting. The next village council meeting will be held on Sept. 8 at 7 p.m. in the community room.

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