Thomas A. Edison
VILLAGE OF MILAN
Current Events / Announcements
UTILITY COMMITTEE MEETING
The Village of Milan Utility Committee will hold a public hearing on Thursday, September 7th at 3:00 PM to discuss whatever may come before the committee.
The meeting will take place in the Council Room located at 11 South Main Street, Milan OH
NOTICE FROM THE VILLAGE OF MILAN
In March of 2017, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) conducted a survey of the Milan Village public water system and made several recommendations regarding cleaning and servicing of equipment after the completion of the survey. Although the Village was not required to follow the EPA recommendations, the water department thought it would be best to complete these recommendations to avoid any potential future issues with our drinking water. While performing the recommended servicing, it became necessary to shut down our public water system and utilize an existing inter-connection into the Erie County Water system. We have consulted with the Ohio EPA for guidance and compliance throughout every step of the process and we will continue to do so. Currently the Village is in discussion with several contractors for the cleaning and maintenance repairs. Until all necessary repairs and cleaning are complete, the village will continue to use the Erie County Water System. The Village of Milan deeply appreciates the assistance rendered by the Erie County to maintain a consistent water supply during these repairs.
Any questions or request for clarification should be addressed to Brian Rospert, Milan Village Administrator.
The Milan Police Department is currently accepting applications for part-time officers. Candidates must be OPOTA certified and willing to work flexible hours. Apply in person to the Chief of Police at 11 S. Main Street, Milan, Ohio between 7 AM and 3 PM Monday through Friday.
SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL INFRASTRUCTURE GRANT AWARDED
The Village of Milan recently learned that they were awarded the Safe Routes to School Infrastructure Grant funding from the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT). ODOT will provide up to a maximum of $400,000.00 to install Sidewalk on the west side of Main Street, install Pedestrian Signals at Main Street and Church Street and improve the Crosswalk at Church Street and Park Street on the Square. The Safe Routes to School Grant is designed to improve biking and walking safety to school. In a statement from ODOT to the Village it was stated “Projects were ranked based on many factors including: proximity to a bicycle or pedestrian crash, traffic speed, percentage of K-8 students expected to benefit, and the community’s commitment to Safe Routes to School. Once ranked, final selections were determined by a committee comprised of ODOT staff, along with representatives from education, health, and advocacy.”
The Village would like to thank the following Safe Routes to School Committee members for their hard work and determination in making this project happen, Carrie Whitaker of Erie County Regional Planning, Tom Roth and Dave Hermes of Edison Local Schools, Randy Glovinsky and Chris Gilliam Village of Milan Council, Robert England of Erie County Health Department, Chad Stang of Huron County Soil and Water, Chief Bob Meister Village of Milan Police Department, Brian Rospert Village of Milan Administrator and Tina Ackerman Village of Milan Resident. Construction funds for the project are available during State Fiscal Year 2021.
ERIE COUNTY OHIO RECYCLING
It's easy to recycle in Erie County, choose from one of seven drop-off sites for recyclables throughout the county and for a complete listing of all special material recycling locations go to eriecountyrecycles.org
VILLAGE OF MILAN BRUSH PICKUP
The Village will resume brush pickup, tree trimmings only, on Monday, April 3rd. Brush pickup will continue on the first Monday of each month with the exception of Labor Day in September (which will be performed on Monday, Sept. 11th). The last brush pickup will be held on Monday, October 2nd. Please remember no yard waste or garden refuse, shrubs, roots, or complete tree removal will be picked up. Please do not place items for pickup on the tree lawn in front of your home until the day before the scheduled pickup.
SPRING AND FALL YARD WASTE PICKUP
The Village Spring and Fall Yard Waste Pickup for this year will be on the following Mondays: May 8th, June 12th and October 16th. Residents who have material for collection should place their material curbside according to the following; All material collection must be yard waste only (grass, weeds, & shrubs) free from trash and plastic. Absolutely no plastic or stones, maxium weight of container cannot exceed 50 lbs. and material will be collected in Compostable Kraft paper bags, cardboard boxes or 30 gallon trash container clearly marked "yard waste". Bulk bushes should be tied with jute twine, no wire or nylon.
COUNCIL MEETINGS AND PARTICIPATION
The 2017 Village of Milan Council Meetings will be held on the 4th Wednesday of the month beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Council room located at 11 S. Main Street Milan, OH.
The Village of Milan welcomes an open door policy for any concerns or questions you may have. However, in an effort to help us be prepared, we require a 48 hour notice to be placed on our agenda. To be given the opportunity to speak under our Citizens Participation portion for no morthan 10 minutes on your stated topic, please call the Village Fiscal Officer Scott Palmer at 419-499-4161 ext. 4 or email email@example.com
MILAN GAS AGGREGATION PARTICIPANTS
The new rate for the Milan natural gas aggregation participants will be the fixed rate of $0.515 per CCF for the period of April 2017 through September 2017. Although Milan is not a provider for natural gas, we research the cost of natural gas to get the best available fixed rate at the time of each contract. All residents of the Village will qualify for this rate, however, they are not obligated in any way to participate in this program.
ONE CALL NOW
The Village of Milan is pleased to introduce to our utility customers a communication tool that will allow us to quickly send emergency or informational messages to our residents. Each resident can have up to six phone numbers per household. This will allow for messages to be sent to home phones, work phones, cell phones, etc. Click here complete the form to sign up for this service. You may either drop off the form at the Utility Office or in the drop box.