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Posted on: June 16, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Capital Community Plan Night

Capital Plan Community Night

City of Rittman Capital Plan Community Night


When is it?   

Thursday, June 30, 2022, 6:00 – 8:00 PM 

Where is it?   

Rittman Recreation Center – 200 Sauer Street, Rittman, OH 44270 

What is it?

An open-house event for all residents to have a chance to communicate directly to City representatives what projects in the City they feel are important going forward.  Also, a chance to meet and greet the City Finance Director, Matt Bubp.  Ask him any City finance-related questions you may have, or just talk to him about baseball, or anything else that comes to mind! 

How will it work?

This event has been structured as an informal setting to allow for comfort and flexibility.  Upon arrival, residents will be asked to sign in and will be given 5 index cards and a pen.  Residents will be encouraged to write on each index card a capital project* in the City that is important to them going forward.  You can submit a different project on each card, or write the same on all five if you feel particularly strong about one, or any mixture in between.  The cards will then be submitted to the relevant table based on the type of project written on them.  Tables will be set up and labeled for different types of projects, including things like Streets, Water/Sewer, Recreation, Economic Development, etc.  Meanwhile, light refreshments in the form of water, tea, coffee, and lemonade will be available, and the Finance Director will be fully available and approachable.

Help us to make this a successful and positive event that supports open communication between residents and City Management!

*Capital projects are those that are significant in cost which includes, but not limited to, upgrades to infrastructure such as streets, parks and new equipment, upgrades and  replacement of main transmission water lines, sewer plants, purchase of heavy equipment vehicles and new or renovated buildings, to name a few. 


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