Highlighting the Monday, Feb. 13 regular meeting of the Boardman Township trustees, was the swearing in of police officer Nicholas Antonucci.
Present for the event was Boardman Center Middle School student Vince Huzicka, who serves as vice chairman of his school's Civics Club. Huzicka presented Antonucci with a gift on behalf of the club, sharing that they are honored to see a graduate of the school becoming the newest member of the Boardman Township Police force.
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Photo by Kathleen Palumbo, Town Crier correspondent
As trustees Larry Moliterno and Brad Calhoun look on, Fiscal Officer William Leicht conducts the swearing in of the township’s newest police officer, Nicholas Antonucci during the Feb. 13 trustees meeting.
A bid opening took place for the 2012 Culvert Replacement Project. The four bids received were referred to Road Superintendent Larry Wilson, and Township Engineer Gary Diorio, for review and recommendation at a forthcoming meeting of the board of trustees.
Numerous residents of Holbrook Road were present and voted 100 percent in favor of entering into an agreement with the Ohio Edison Company to furnish four lights on the road at an annual assessment of approximately $97.58 per lot for the first year and approximately $17.50 for each year after that.
Offered last two years ago, trustees voted to authorize notification of the Civil Service Commission to hold a promotional exam in early March for the positions of Boardman Township police officer and Boardman Township firefighter.
Trustees approved a motion to formally accept the invitation for the township to once again host the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in Boardman. The parade will be held at 1 p.m. March 11.