T H E V I L L A G E O F
RUTLAND ✸ OHIO
T Y L E R M . E B L I N , M A Y O R
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A Message from our Mayor
It is with great enthusiasm to welcome you to Rutland, Ohio! Each day, your Village government is striving for a better community: overcoming financial distress, restoring public trust and improving civic services. Your journey into Rutland comes during a movement that seeks restoration and growth. Though, change doesn't occur overnight, the achievements of our great Village can thus far be easily seen.
Rutland Village Council
Mayor announces $16,160 in planned street improvements
April 22, 2022
Rutland Mayor Tyler M. Eblin is announcing the allocation of $16,160 from the Village's street construction, maintenance and repair fund toward planned street improvements in the Village of Rutland.
Mayor announces declaration of fiscal emergency
March 28, 2022
Rutland Mayor Tyler M. Eblin is announcing that Ohio Auditor of State Keith Faber has declared that a fiscal emergency exists in the Village of Rutland, effective March 29, 2022.
Mayor's Court issues bench warrants
March 22, 2022
The Village of Rutland Mayor's Court has issued bench warrants against the following defendants who have failed to appear or failed to pay fines:
Mayor's Court to issue warrants for arrest
March 12, 2022
The Village of Rutland Mayor's Court is implementing a "zero-tolerance" policy for those who fail to appear or fail to comply with orders of the Court.
Rutland Village Marshal reports 40 calls for police service
March 3, 2022
Village Marshal and Chief of Police Kyle E. Calendine reports that the Village of Rutland Police Department answered a total of 40 calls for police service during the month of February, 2022, a 90.4% increase compared to calls requiring Village police during the month of January.
Village Council approves resolution for fiscal services
January 20, 2022
The Rutland Village Council has approved a resolution authorizing the mayor to enter into a contractual agreement for fiscal services.
Brick fundraiser planned for Rutland Civic Center
December 20, 2021
Mayor Tyler M. Eblin and the Rutland Village Council announce an upcoming initiative aimed at procuring supplemental funding for renovation projects at Rutland Civic Center.
Fiscal distress; income tax discussed at Rutland meeting
November 1, 2021
Residents of the Village of Rutland heard from Mayor Tyler Eblin and members of the Village Council during a recent public informational meeting where the fiscal distress of the Village was discussed.
Budget deficit, service cuts and income tax to be discussed at Town Hall
October 14, 2021
The Village of Rutland will be holding a public informational meeting to inform citizens and community stakeholders of the Village's financial distress, impending cuts in public services and the need for more tax revenue.
Mayor: Village needs increased more tax revenue for police
October 5, 2021
Rutland Mayor Tyler M. Eblin is calling for voter support and stressing the need for increased tax revenue for the purpose of funding police service in the Village of Rutland.
Mayor; CHC Director discuss preliminary plans for community garden
September 15, 2021
Rutland Mayor Tyler M. Eblin and Meigs County Creating Healthy Communities (CHC) Director Michael Davis met recently to discuss preliminary plans for the proposed Rutland Community Garden.
Public meeting scheduled for Rutland sanitary sewer project
August 9, 2021
The Meigs County Board of Commissioners will be holding a public, informational meeting to discuss the planned Rutland sanitary sewer project.
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