Legal/Public Notices and Announcements
In the rare event that 9-1-1 lines are out of service, call 419-739-6565, which is a local call for New Bremen.
The Village of New Bremen Water Treatment Department has completed the monitoring cycle of the New Bremen public water supply for volatile organic chemicals (VOCs) as required by the Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Chapter 3745-81.
Upon completion of each VOC monitoring cycle, state regulations also require the owner or operator of a public water supply to notify its consumers of the availability of the VOC analytical results for the period tested. Persons wanting to review the VOC results should contact the village administrator, Brent Richter.
Branches and limbs will be collected at the curb on Mondays. No pickup will occur if any type of plastic material is mixed in.
If you have a large amount of material to be picked up, please call 419-629-2802 for assistance and arrangements will be made for a vehicle to be delivered for use. There is no charge for disposal.
Rapid entry boxes are required on properties that have alarms or medic alert alarms. This allows fire, emergency squad or police department personnel to enter the building without breaking a window or door. Additional information can be obtained by contacting the fire chief at 419-629-3101.
If you plan to dig, call 1-800-362-2764 to have your underground utilities located. The Village of New Bremen is a member of the Ohio Utilities Protection Service (OUPS), which you can reach by calling the toll free number shown above.
If your digging project includes construction of a structure, a building permit is required.
New Bremen utilizes a siren system to warn residents in the event of a tornado. The sirens will only be activated when a tornado has been sighted near or approaching the Village of New Bremen. The sirens will not be turned on for tornado watches, only for actual sightings of tornadoes or extremely high winds that could cause harm.
Sightings are confirmed by the National Weather Service, any law enforcement or fire department agency in the New Bremen area.
When sirens sound, residents are advised to seek cover immediately. The sirens will be sounded continuously as long as there is danger. When there is no further known danger, the sirens will be turned off. The stopping of the sirens is to be understood as the “All Clear” signal to resume normal activities.
If you live near a siren and notice it is not activating during the weekly test, please report the faulty siren by calling the village office at 419-629-2447 or post a concern via the village website.
NOTE TO NEW RESIDENTS: All New Bremen sirens are tested weekly at noon on Saturdays.
Periodically, the Village of New Bremen will be selling various items that are no longer needed or used in daily operations. These items will be posted at https://www.govdeals.com/villageofnewbremen
To bid on items you will be asked to create a user name and password on the website.
If you have questions regarding the items posted by the Village of New Bremen, please contact email@example.com
The Planning Commission of the Village of New Bremen, Ohio, will meet at 6 pm on Wednesday, April 06 2022, in the Council Chambers at the Village offices, 214 N. Washington Street.
The purpose of the meeting will be to consider the following items:
- Faith Alliance Church, located at 6670 New Knoxville Avenue, has requested a zoning change of the allowable sign area for a place of worship in a residential district from 15 square feet to 36 square feet.
- Replat for Amsterdam Center LLC, located at 444 SR 66, Parcel C1004000200.
Materials relating to the proposed zoning changes are on file at the Village Offices and is available for public inspection during regular business hours.
A&M COLD STORAGE ANNOUNCES NEW BREMEN EXPANSION
DAYTON—A&M Cold Storage and Trailer Leasing announced it will expand its New Bremen facility, creating 10 new jobs. The company has already begun construction on a 10,000 square foot building project at 715 Streine Drive in New Bremen.
A&M Cold Storage and Trailer Leasing rents and leases refrigerated semi-trailers and portable walk-in coolers/freezers for the transport and storage of food, beverage, pharmaceuticals, composite materials, chemicals, and other materials that require climate control.
“Our goal is the construction of a new office building and warehouse to allow us the space to hire new employees to support the historical growth trends of 30% for the past 10 years. We are pleased to work with JobsOhio and the Village of New Bremen to make this expansion a reality,” Allen Mescher, A&M’s President. “We appreciate all their help and guidance with this project.”
The headquarters building will be used for additional office and warehouse space with acreage for trailer and equipment parking.
“As the nation’s logistics and distribution networks continue to adapt to the changing economic needs, refrigeration is critical. The ability to store and transport products at the proper temperature ensure food, medicine and other products move safely across the country,” said Julie Sullivan, the Dayton Development Coalition’s Executive Vice President of Regional Development. “We’re excited to support A&M Storage’s growth in New Bremen.”
JobsOhio supported the project with a $40,000 Economic Development Grant. The project will retain six jobs. Financing is through Minster Bank and the general contractor is Baumer Construction.
Candidates interested in applying for positions can find more information here: https://amcstorage.com/about/careers/.