At a glance
Liberty, engineer meet about roads
LIBERTY — Township trustees are reviewing which of the 61 miles of township roads they should have repaved this year and have received help from the Trumbull County Engineer’s Office in ranking the ones that need to be done first.
Trustee Chairwoman Jodi Stoyak said the engineer’s office compiled a comprehensive spreadsheet of all the township roads. The information included length, width and when last resurfaced for each road and then recommended whether each individual road should have chip and seal, asphalt or cold patch work done. Roads of concern include West Montrose Street and Mount Everett Road.
Trustees will review the information for further discussion at their 7 p.m. Monday meeting.
Southington fire chief resigns
SOUTHINGTON — After 49 years with the Southington Fire Department, Chief Tom Strock has submitted his resignation.
Strock, who served as chief since 1992, said he was planning to retire. His resignation was effective Sunday.
Trustees accepted his resignation at a special meeting Thursday and will discuss a replacement at their 6 p.m. Wednesday meeting, according to trustee Cindy Speaker.
Also, Speaker said trustees met with Bristol trustees and agreed to proceed with the sale of a 2005 fire rescue truck at $162,000.
Speaker said Bristol trustees have to officially act on accepting the truck at their next meeting. She said there also will be discussion on what equipment will be on the truck.
County seeking building inspector
WARREN — Trumbull County is looking to hire a building inspector and applications are due Feb. 16.
The position pays about $20 an hour and requires two to three years of experience or education in a related field.
The human resources department is accepting the applications on the fifth floor of the county administration building, 160 High St. NW, Warren, or they can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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