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Safety Services & Finance Committees to meet May 9

The Village of Bluffton has announced a Safety Services & Finance Committees meeting on Thursday, May 9 at 3:00 p.m.

The meeting will be at Bluffton Town Hall, 154 N. Main St.


Agenda for Apollo board of education, April 29

Apollo Career Center has issued this AGENDA for the regular board meeting scheduled for Monday, April 29, 2024, at 7 p.m.  The meeting will be held in Apollo's Board room.


Recap of April 22 Bluffton Council Meeting

Accessory Dwelling Unit ordinance submitted prior to first reading

By Paula Pyzik Scott

The April 22 regular meeting of the Village of Bluffton Council was just 30 minutes, time enough to touch on a wide variety of topics of community interest. There was no legislation at the meeting.


Recap of April 2024 Bluffton Board of Education Meeting

By Betsi Werling

The Bluffton Exempted Village Schools Board of Education met on April 15 to consider action items including preparations for the 2024-2025 academic year. These items focused on school fees, teaching contracts and assignments, along with updates to handbooks. Administrative reports were heard and a newly created technology cart for Podcasts was demonstrated.


Recap of April 9 Village Council meeting

Original Pathway Board members have served since 2009

By Paula Pyzik Scott

The Village of Bluffton Council held a regular meeting on April 9 which included reports on how recent and future rains are impacting the village.

Assistant Administrator Bryan Lloyd spoke about the performance of the water treatment plant on April 2, when flood conditions closed College Ave. at Riley Creek. He reported that pump speeds were raised to 5.5 million gallons per day (nearing the maximum of the plant design) and that they have never been pushed that hard before. No overflows or backups were reported.


March 25 Bluffton Council: BPD awards 2023 Citizens of the Year honors to three residents

PHOTOS clockwise) Ross Zimmerman sworn in as Bluffton Police Officer; Teri Steinmetz accepts BPD Citizen of the year honors shared with Ryan Demarco and Makayla White; members of Bluffton Boy Scouts Troop 256.

CORRECTION: The last name of Officer Abby Michael was spelled incorrectly in the first version of this article.

By Paula Pyzik Scott

The 28-page meeting packet is HERE.

The March 25 regular meeting of the Bluffton Council presented a gallery full of people including Boy Scouts from Troop 256, an admittedly unusual condition for these meetings. The Scouts were introduced to the Village Councilors and to the staff in attendance.