May 16, 2018
It is with deep regret that the Village of Burton acknowledges the passing of Mayor Jim Koster. Jim faithfully served the Village and the community at large for much of his life. We are deeply mourning this loss and we extend our condolences to Jim’s wife Jan and the rest of his family.
Under Ohio law, the President of Council—Joe Hernandez--will fulfill the role of Mayor until a new Mayor is elected at the general election in November of this year.
Mayor Koster's obituary and arrangements can be found here.
BRUSH PICK UP - begins the week of May 21 - Village Residents may begin putting their brush to the curb now. Please note: brush should be put out to the curb with the cut side facing the curb. No limbs greater than 5" in diameter, and not longer than 5' long. No garden debris or lawn clippings. This service is for limbs that may have fallen during storms, not for the clean up or removal of entire trees.
Burton Village is currently accepting applications for part time, seasonal help to water flowers and other tasks as needed. Must be 18 years of age; $10/hr. Please stop into the Village Office (2nd floor, Burton Public Library) to fill out an application, or download one on our website: www.villageofburton.org.
The Village of Burton is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Applications are available at the Village Office or online here.
Recreational Fire Pits -- No fire pit fires are permitted in the Village between the hours of 6 am and 6 pm, during the months of March, April, May, October and November (per Burton Fire Department). Additionally, there may be other Burn Bans in place, as needed. These fire pit fires are for recreational use only (cookouts). Open burning, and/or burning of trash is never permitted within Village limits.
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