Category: New Bremen News

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Village Announcements and News

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Election Spotlight: Village Council Candidate (Seat 2 of 2)

Brent Richter is seeking his 2nd term as a village council member, he is running unopposed. Brent and his wife Teresa moved to New Bremen in 2003 with their two children, Alexis and Hayden. Brent graduated from Kansas State University with a bachelor’s degree. He is a Licensed Professional Engineer and is employed at Crown… Read more »

Annual Pumpkin People Contest — Winner Announced

  1st Place — LATHER (183 votes) ‘LATHER: A hair co. for everyBRADY in your bunch!’ <correction>:  2nd Place — Western Ohio True Value Hardware (135 votes) ‘We Are The World’ 3rd Place — Auglaize-Mercer Family YMCA (124 votes) ‘The Happiest Place on Earth’ 4th Place — Pizza Hut New Bremen (104 votes) Teenage Mutant… Read more »

2019 Curbside Leaf Pickup

2019 Curbside Leaf Pickup will start, approximately, Thursday October 10 to Thursday December 12.  Please keep brush separate and off leaf piles for easy pick up, and do not blow yard debris into the street.  Also, please keep your property catch basins clean so storm water can run through them without obstruction.

New Bremen Pumpkinfest 2019

~~A message from the Pumpkinfest committee It’s that time of year again when the evenings get cooler, the kids are back in school, and the leaves start turning colors. It also means it’s time for New Bremen Pumpkinfest and Artisan Showcase on Friday, September 27th and Saturday, September 28th! This year, besides putting together a… Read more »

Pumpkin People 2019

The ‘Pumpkin People’ will be arriving soon! The displays will begin to appear on Friday, September 20th. The annual pumpkin people contest is sponsored by the New Bremen Community Improvement Corporation and Southwest Auglaize County Chamber of Commerce. Community members are encouraged to vote for their favorite pumpkin creation. Voting can be done at any… Read more »

Pool Season Winds Down

Recently Rob Fleming, aquatics director of the Auglaize-Mercer Family YMCA and Village of New Bremen representative, Amy Speelman were asked for a summary about the 2019 pool season. Despite the cool temperatures at the start of summer, the New Bremen Municipal Pool had a great season. Overall community feedback has been positive. Under new management,… Read more »

Auglaize County featured in national business magazine

Recently, Auglaize County economic development directors were interviewed for a feature article in Business View Magazine.  The article discussed the attributes and ongoing initiatives that make Auglaize County an exceptional place to live, visit, and do business.  The beauty of our community was well represented in the visual layout. Auglaize County — Great Past, Greater… Read more »

Home Repair financial assistance available through Auglaize County

Auglaize County has funds available for private owner rehabilitation and home repair assistance. Funding amounts are determined by housing needs assessed by the Rehabilitation Specialist at inspection. Auglaize County has been a grant recipient of Housing Impact and Preservation Program (CHIP) funds since 1993 as well as a grant recipient of the Neighborhood Stabilization Program… Read more »

ODH Ohio Government Public Notice

The Ohio Department of Health recently published information reminding Ohio residents that homes built before 1978 could have lead paint that could cause serious health problems. If you meet Medicaid guidelines, you may qualify for FREE home testing and lead paint hazard removal. Contact the Ohio Department of Health via phone at 1-877-532-3723 or website.

Check your trees for bagworms

It has been brought to our attention by residents that bagworms are spreading around town on evergreen trees (pine trees, arborvitaes, etc.). Tending to this problem within the next few weeks (during month of August) is of importance, as the larvae are beginning to mature. Within 4 weeks they will emerge. For more information about… Read more »