2015 “State of the Village” Address
As Mayor of Baltimore, I welcome you to the Baltimore Web Page. This page will help you, the taxpayer, to stay informed about your Government.
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Mayor Robert M. Kalish
The Village of Baltimore will be flushing hydrants this week (June 29- July 2). Customers may notice a brief, temporary change in water quality because of the flushing; and are advised to use caution when using water for laundry while the hydrants are being flushed.
The Village Offices will be closed on Friday, July 3 in observance of the Independence Day holiday.
Have a Safe and Happy July 4th!
The Village of Baltimore has established a Sidewalk Grant Program that will provide a possible reimbursement for property owners who have completed the installation of new sidewalks or who have replaced existing sidewalks. Once the property owner has completed his or her sidewalk project, the property owner is then eligible for a partial reimbursement of the labor and materials for the installation of the sidewalk only.
The Village of Baltimore will reimburse the costs associated with replacing or installing a new sidewalk at a rate of 30%, with a maximum reimbursement of $500.00. Each property is eligible for one reimbursement per calendar year. The Village has set aside $5000.00 for this grant program and individual grants will be awarded on a “first come, first served” basis.
Further, please be advised that all contractors must register with the Village of Baltimore on an annual basis. A list of registered contractors can be obtained from the Village or on the Village website. For a property owner to be eligible for the sidewalk reimbursement program, the selected contractor must be registered with the Village of Baltimore.
Please use the following link for the Sidewalk Grant Application.
Wastewater Operator In charge for a
Class II Membrane filtration wastewater treatment plant
The Village of Baltimore is accepting applications for an Operator Responsible In charge for the Village’s Class II wastewater treatment plant. The Village of Baltimore built a GE membrane filtration wastewater treatment plant in 2009. The current Village Operator Responsible In charge is retiring.
The Village of Baltimore is accepting applications from individuals with 5-10 years of wastewater experience with at least 3 years of supervisory experience. The position requires a Class II wastewater certification and a mechanical background. This position reports directly to the Village administrator. Duties include, but are not limited to: Daily plant inspections, preparing and submitting all OEPA reports including the biosolids management program, check lift stations and grinder pumps, troubleshoot and maintain all equipment, prepare purchase orders, order supplies, perform general housekeeping, train employees on the proper operating procedures, perform all the necessary lab analysis, file and maintain records, any other duties consistent with the proper operations of the MBR facility. Pay scale is $42,078.40 – $51,188.80. Submit resume and cover letter to Scott Brown Village Administrator, Village of Baltimore 103 West Market Street Baltimore Ohio, 43105 by March 6, 2015.
Current or Recent Projects
Michael Uhl of Boy Scout Troop 187 led a team of workers to restore deteriorated graves and headstones in Baltimore’s Maple Grove Cemetery as his Eagle Scout Project. Michael visited with the Baltimore Parks & Recreation Board last fall to … Continue reading