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February 13th, 2015
BUCKLAND — The Monsanto Fund made a $2,500 donation to the Buckland Volunteer Fire Department on Wednesday.
Local producer Tony Lochard was selected as a winner in America’s Farmers Grow Communities, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund. The program enrolls farmers for a chance to win $2,500, which is then donated to the farmer’s nonprofit of choice. Lochard Farms selected Buckland Volunteer Fire Department to receive the donation.
BUCKLAND — Presiding over her first regular meeting of the Village Council, Acting Mayor Janet Bible reached out to the community to thank them for their support as she fills out the term of Dan Lambert, who resigned Monday.
First on council’s plate is the need for two council members to replace Bible and Lonnie John, who also resigned Monday.
Candidates must be voting residents of Buckland and must have resided in the village for at least a year.
During Monday's Village Council meeting, council took the necessary steps forward to get the Legacy Park project off the ground and running. Funds were the main talk regarding the project Monday. To see more on the story on Legacy Park, be sure to grab your Friday edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
The Botkins village administrator spoke of plans to make the town more aesthetically pleasing during Tuesday night's village council meeting. For more details about the meeting, see the Wednesday edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
The Downtown Wapakoneta Partnership (DWP) presented six awards to local businesses and a city department Tuesday night during its Annual Meeting and Dinner held at the the Eagles.
Merit Award winners included The Concrete Protector, James F. Hearn Law Office and Interior Motifs.
Gift to the Community Award winners were the Auglaize Roots and Shoots Garden Club, Village Green and the Wapakoneta Electric Department.
For more on the DWP meeting, see tomorrow's edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
Monday's special meeting of Buckland Village Council saw the mayor, the village clerk, a councilman and the street commissioner resigning.
Cridersville Village Council meeting was held tonight. During the meeting, council approved several EMS contracts with an area village and township.
Council is also moving forward with the implemention of having a One Call system in place to notify residents of various emergencies.
For more on Monday night's meeting, see the Tuesday, Feb. 10 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
Midwest Electric will have a 15-minute planned power outage Thursday, between 9 a.m. and 10 a.m. to perform minor maintenance at the Amanda substation. The Amanda substation serves from north of Wapakoneta to west of Elida, west of Cridersville, north of Buckland, east and northeast of Spencerville. If you have any questions or concerns about the outage, call Midwest Electric at 1-800-962-3830.
There are plenty of happenings in and around Wapakoneta this week. Here is a running list of things to look forward to seeing in this week's print edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
Buckland Village Council - A special meeting will be held followed up the village's budget meeting. Story will be in Tuesday's paper.
Waynesfield-Goshen Board of Education - Story in Tuesday's paper.
Here are the stories to look for in tomorrow's paper:
-Find out why Wapakoneta has the most affordable housing market in Ohio.
-See how the Wapakoneta High School Senior Leadership Program is helping one student pursue her dreams as a special needs educator.
-Read about the "Dolly and Me â€” American Girl Doll and Charm It Tea" coming to Casa Chic.