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Resident, councilors talk pot problem

October 15, 2013

Myers

CRIDERSVILLE — Local resident Jim Vastano brought it to Cridersville Village Council members’ attention that a large flower pot owned by the village is located on land that he claims is owned by his family.
During Monday’s council meeting, he requested the flower pot be removed, stating that it is a hazard for his elderly father-in-law to mow the grass around it.
For more information about the property debate, see the Tuesday, Oct. 15 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

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