The City of Mansfield, which has been closed twice during the COVID-19 pandemic, is scheduled to re-open its Municipal Building to the general public, effective Jan. 25.
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MANSFIELD -- It appears the COVID-19 pandemic has hastened the demise of the Ocie Hill Neighborhood Center.
Mansfield Mayor Tim Theaker on Tuesday released his 2019 "State of the City" report, saying "momentum building in Mansfield over the last eight years has been exciting and rewarding."
For the second year in a row, the State of Ohio has awarded the City of Mansfield and the Finance Director Linn Steward with the “Auditor of State Award with Distinction.”
More than 100 people attended a giant flag raising on Monday at Love's Truck Stop in Bellville. The flag is 30 feet by 60 feet and flies atop of a pole 120 feet high. It was donated by Jason Potes, of Stoodts, in Bellville.
Mansfield City Council has a decision to make on Tuesday night. They will vote to approve or deny a $5 annual increase to the license plate fee paid by city residents.
City Council should not merely pass the measure, but pass it unanimously.
The tax will generate approximately $200,000 annually that will be restricted for use on downtown improvements. It’s important to note these local dollars will open the doors to “the potential of leveraging millions of dollars in grant funds,” according to City Engineer Bob Bianchi. Based upon Mr. Bianchi’s history of success in this realm, we believe his assertion is spot-on.
Dear Mayor Theaker and Mansfield City Council Members: Thank you for your diligent review of the ongoing projects in the Downtown area. As a …