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Posted 01/25/17 by the Town Crier

The Village of Minster is currently accepting applications for seasonal labor. All interested individuals must complete an employment application each year. The application is available online or a copy can be picked up at the Administration Building.  A valid driver’s license is required. ...

Posted 01/25/17 by the Town Crier

The Village of Minster is currently seeking a self-motivated, result orientated part-time, seasonal (approximately mid-May to late August) Assistant Pool Manager for its Parks & Recreation Department. The successful candidate will work with the Pool Manager to ensure the safe and efficient operation of the Minster...

Posted 01/24/17 by the Town Crier

Simplify your life by signing up for Automatic Payment.  It’s free!  And it’s a safe, convenient way to ensure your utility bill is always paid on time.  With Auto Pay your utility bill is automatically deducted from your bank account – checking or savings (you choose) – on its due...

Posted 01/23/17 by the Town Crier

The Home Energy Assistant Program (HEAP) is a federally funded program administered by the Ohio Development Services Agency’s Office of Community Assistance (OCA).  It is designed to help eligible low-income Ohioans meet the high costs of home heating.  If you are eligible for assistance, the amount of...

Posted 12/27/16 by the Town Crier

The ice at Four Seasons Park has been checked today, December 27, 2016, and is considered UNSAFE with thawing on the edges. The ice depth is checked by drilling holes in several locations from the edge of the bank to the center of the pond. Please be advised the ice is not checked on weekends, holidays or evenings...

Posted 12/21/16 by the Town Crier

The Village of Minster contracts with the City of St Marys for the collection and processing of Minster income tax.  Some of the income tax forms for 2016 are available for download online at: http://www.minsteroh....

Posted 12/21/16 by the Town Crier

Four Seasons Park is a wonderland for outdoor winter activities. From ice skating, to riding down the sledding hill, to cross country skiing or curling. Four Seasons is the place to be this winter!

Unfortunately, you can't judge the strength of ice just by its appearance, age, thickness, temperature, or...

Posted 12/20/16 by the Town Crier

The ice at Four Seasons Park has been checked today, December 20, 2016, and is considered safe with a current depth of 7 inches. The ice depth is checked by drilling holes in several locations from the edge of the bank to the center of the pond. Please be advised the ice is not checked on weekends, holidays or...

Posted 12/20/16 by the Town Crier

The first big winter snow storm of the season will be here soon enough. Keep these snow-related tips in mind when the next snow storm occurs.

· Shoveling or blowing snow from sidewalks and drives onto the street makes for more work when the snow plows travel back through and the snow ends up right...

Posted 12/20/16 by the Town Crier

Winter holidays are a time for families and friends to get together.  But that also means a greater risk for fire.  Following a few simple tips will ensure a happy and fire-safe holiday season.

HOLIDAY DECORATING
* Be careful with holiday decorations.   Choose...

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