Sturm sworn in as Bradford trustee


Steve Sturm took the oath of village trustee last Thursday at a special board meeting in Bradford.  Sturm was sworn in by newly appointed village clerk Diana Cobb and he replaces Bob Herrmann who resigned as trustee.
In addition, Trustee Tony Carlton was appointed to preside over the board during the period of February through mid-March because President Pro Tem Henry Waldinger will be absent.

Pin Oak Apartments to be sold at auction



Pin Oak Apartments in Wyoming will be sold at the earliest possible date by the Stark County Sheriff’s Department after the City of Wyoming received a Stark County Circuit Court order releasing the property from the holding company, Chicago Title Land Trust Company.
Wyoming’s city attorney, Bruce Fehrenbacher, received court documentation releasing the title to the sheriff’s department so that proceeds from the sale can be utilized to satisfy outstanding water, and sewer plus, past interest and penalties on court judgments of years ago due to Wyoming.

USDA Service Centers hold informative mtgs. on new Farm Bill

Producers and Landowners will be facing many decisions and program choices in the coming months.  The Marshall, Putnam and Stark County offices are encouraging you to attend a meeting, so that you can make an informed decision for your farming operation.   Between the two offices, we have two scheduled meetings:

Wednesday, January 14th    
McNabb Firehouse in McNabb            9:00 AM

Thursday, January 15th        
State Bank of Toulon Basement in Toulon
9:00 AM

Here are the important dates to remember:

Herrmann resigns, Sturm nominated Bradford trustee


At Monday’s regularly scheduled Bradford village board meeting, Bob Herrmann’s resignation as trustee was unanimously accepted by the board.  No explanation was read or given as to why Herrmann resigned.
Nominated to fill the trustee position vacated by Herrmann was Steve Sturm.  Sturm will be appointed today (Thursday) during a special board meeting at 7 p.m. and voted upon by the board.  He will be expected to fulfill the remainder of Herrmann’s term.

Wyoming Council hears Coffee Bar plans


The Wyoming City Council was asked at its December meeting to consider a TIF application for a new business that plans on opening up in downtown Wyoming this spring.
Melissa Nagode, Stacy Unhold and Sheila Rumbold discussed their plan to open a business called One Eleven Coffee in the former Pour House and Rebel Inn locations.  The trio told the council they will be buying the buildings at 111 and 113 North Seventh Street and plan on doing some extensive remodeling.  They will actually only use a portion of the 113 location and others have expressed interest in opening a business in the portion they won’t be using.