Council adopts $110,000 note for parking lot, moratorium on marijuana

By Karen Cornelius Mayor’s report/Grand Division lot: Vermilion City Council met on Monday night, November 6, with city engineer Lynn Miggins excused. There were no committee reports, no engineer and law director reports, no audience participation, and no old business.   Mayor Eileen Bulan reported that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will hold aContinue reading “Council adopts $110,000 note for parking lot, moratorium on marijuana”

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Council hears update on city projects

By Karen Cornelius Vermilion City Council met on Monday, September 25, and heard about a wrap-up of some city projects from service director Tony Valerius covering Edison Estates, catch basins, and patching of streets.   He stated that as the construction season winds down, he wanted to report on some of the projects that areContinue reading “Council hears update on city projects”

Council applies for waterlines loan; will bid icebreaking, chemicals

By Karen Cornelius Woollybear compliments: Vermilion City Council met on Monday night, September 25. There was no city correspondence, no open to the audience, no law report, and no old business. Councilwoman Barb Brady was absent. City prosecutor Margaret O’Bryon was sitting in for law director Ken Stumphauzer. Council president Steve Herron said he hadContinue reading “Council applies for waterlines loan; will bid icebreaking, chemicals”

Five committees discuss truck routes, Woodside, water main loan

By Karen Cornelius Fire chief’s report/Fire Prevention Week: The Health and Safety Committee of Vermilion City Council met on Monday night, September 18. Fire chief Chris Stempowski reported 16 incidents in August with a total of 178 year-to-date. He informed council members that the roof repair on fire station #1 was complete, but they wouldContinue reading “Five committees discuss truck routes, Woodside, water main loan”

Charting the Course

By: Mayor Eileen Bulan I thought today I would bring you up-to-date on many of our many upcoming projects in Vermilion this year. In 2010, the City of Vermilion received a grant to replace the Highbridge Road Bridge. This grant was funded through the Ohio Department of Transportation for 80% of the cost. We alsoContinue reading “Charting the Course”

Committees discuss crime, speed bumps, sidewalks, and stormwater

By Karen Cornelius Fire chief’s report: The Health and Safety Committee met on Monday night, July 10. Fire chief Chris Stempowski reported 24 incidents in June bringing the total for the year so far to 134 calls. He said in four to five weeks roof repairs will begin on fire station #1 on Ohio Street.Continue reading “Committees discuss crime, speed bumps, sidewalks, and stormwater”

Vermilion City Council votes to approve several upcoming projects

By: Melanie Williamson Vermilion City Council met for a regular meeting on Monday, June 19. During the meeting, councilmembers provided updates from the committee meetings, which were held on Monday, June 12, before delving into new business and updates from other city offices. Mayor Eileen Bulan started her report by thanking the Vermilion Chamber ofContinue reading “Vermilion City Council votes to approve several upcoming projects”