To update the re-opening of the compost site (limbs/brush) at the sanitary sewer plant. The earliest the site can re-open is next week. The chipping company is to come on Tuesday, September 12. If the weather holds and they are able to get everything chipped we will open September 14, … Continue reading
What’s your vision for Paulding County?
The Paulding County Vision Board is conducting a public opinion survey to gather input from Paulding County residents to use in the development of a Community Development Plan. The purpose of the Plan is to develop a vision for … Continue reading
Please note only veterans are allowed to have their names engraved on the vet’s memorial at the park. In a prior post it listed descendants of veterans were included. This should have stated that if you have a relative of a deceased veteran from the Antwerp area and can supply … Continue reading
Veterans and/or descendants of Veterans who would like to be included on the granite tablets at the Vets Memorial in Riverside Park can request an application form be mailed to them by calling the Village Administrator’s Office at 419-258-2371 or stopping by the Depot at 503 W. River Street. A … Continue reading
Village trash pick up will be one day behind due to Labor Day. Pick will be on Friday, September 8th. It is the first pick up of the month so will be big pick up day. If you ever have questions on what Real Waste will pick up, please call … Continue reading
The compost site at the Sewer Plant is closed until the brush and limb pile can be chipped. We are at the limit that EPA allows us to be at and our chipping company has not been able to get to us as of this date. We anticipate that we … Continue reading
The railroad crossing on S. Main Street project is not complete and will continue past the anticipated opening date of Tuesday, August 29, 2017. As soon as we have an updated completion date we will post it. Until then the detours will continue. Please note it is a violation to … Continue reading
Please be advised that the detour in place for the S. Main Street railroad crossing improvement has been extended to (at least) Tuesday, August 29th, 2017 before the crossing will be open to traffic.
It has become a constant problem that motorists are moving the Closed Road Sign and Barricade at the end of S. Main. Please be advised these actions are prohibited by law and you can be cited. They are up to protect the men working on the railroad crossing and to … Continue reading