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Posted on: August 28, 2019

Council Reviews Full Docket, Schedules Special Meeting for Aug. 30

City Council had a full docket for its Aug. 27 meeting.

First a public hearing was held for rezoning the current MH-R (Manufactured Home Residential) District to an R1-D District. The MH-R boundaries are Murray Street, Sixth Avenue, Smith Street, and Dawse...

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Posted on: July 24, 2019

Council Discusses Pole Agreement, Appropriates Funds to Prep Police Cruisers

City Council had four legislation items for its July 23 meeting.

The first was an agreement with Everstream Solutions to allow the company to attach fiber optic lines onto city-owned utility poles. Safety-Service Director Nicole Ward explained the fiber wo...

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Posted on: September 11, 2019

Project Authorization, Rezoning on Council Agenda

City Council authorized bidding for two fall projects during its Sept. 10 meeting. The first is a window repair and painting project at the Big Four Depot not to exceed $45,000, and the other is for tree clearing within the vicinity of high voltage electr...

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Posted on: August 14, 2019

Grant Projects Authorized for Airport Improvements

City Council authorized a total of $606,940 for improvement projects at the Galion Municipal Airport, primarily grant funded through the Federal Aviation Administration. 

During the Aug. 13 meeting, council passed ordinances to rescind previous le...

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Posted on: July 16, 2019

Online Shelter Reservations Now Available

The City of Galion is now offering online reservations for park shelters. This includes both enclosed and unenclosed shelters, as well as private rentals at the Splash Park.

Customers can check available dates and make a reservation by going to galion.ezfa...

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Posted on: September 3, 2019

A Message from the State Fire Marshall

I am deeply concerned with the number of residential fire fatalities in Ohio this year. In the past two years, we have lost 110 to 120 residents each year. So far in 2019, we have lost 90 Ohioans to fire — a sharp increase over prior years. In m...

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