After decades of being broken, The MINGO railing at the municipal building has finally been repaired. This repair was completed by Jake Kleineke of Eastern Automated Piping and George Zadanski, a village reisdent. They can both be seen in the image on the left. Special thanks to these genetlemen for their hard work and volunteering to assist the village.
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Mingo Junction is a village in Jefferson County, Ohio, United States, along the Ohio River. It is in the Eastern time zone, and the average elevation is 797 ft. According to the United States Census Bureau, the village has a total area of 2.86 square miles , of which, 2.69 square miles is land and 0.17 square miles is water. The Mingo Indian tribe once had a settlement at the location of the present day village, which is the source of its name. Originally known as Mingo Bottom, it was the starting point for the Crawford expedition against hostile Indians in 1782, during the American Revolutionary War. The population was 3,454 at the 2010 census.
A special message from Mayor, John "Wiz" Fabian:
I would personally like to welcome everyone to the Village of Mingo Junction and our web site. There is plenty of information available on the site concerning operations, important dates and who and how to contact village representatives. You can also check our newsletter for breaking news about the village and our various departments. If you can not locate the information you are searching for, please contact my office for assistance.
Everyone is aware that the village has faced some difficulty for the past several years. Needless to say, the economy has not gotten any better. But, I believe the village has become more accountable and careful how we spend the public's money. We have streamlined our departments and cut costs through honest and continued talks with our employees. Some of our union employees have sacrificed greatly to continue operations to provide services to our residents. I am extremely proud of the work our employees do and the service they provide. I am also proud of our hard working village council members. They have made some difficult decisions and have put in countless hours to provide the best services we can afford. We know that our services aren't what they were prior to 2010, but we are making every effort to get back what we have lost.
I still believe that the village can be profitable by diversifying our revenues and making what we have marketable to investors. As the national economy improves we have to prepare locally to market our assets so that new industry and business will find it beneficial to locate here. Mingo Junction is not an island, we have to work together with neighboring townships, villages, and cities to progress. I maintain open lines of communication with elected officials throughout the county and state in the hopes that a regionalized effort will benefit all of us.
There has been a renewed interest in the village by some of the most devoted and dedicated citizens of our community. They have come together and formed the Mingo Junction Revitalization Committee. This hard working group of volunteers have spent numerous hours working on sites around Mingo cleaning and maintaining our village. Their dedication to our community has been a shining example on how to get things done by shear determination and grit.
I welcome all to come pay us a visit, whether you are a business or family trying to find a place to call home and to relocate to, come to the village and see if you can become part of our family here in Mingo Junction.
Local News, Weather and Announcements
The village is required to post ordinances and minutes from council meetings in five locations threw out the Village.
The locations are:
1. Municipal Building
2. Post Office
3. Mingo Pharmacy
4. Mingo Diner
5. Indian Village Apartments
Copies of Village Ordinances may be obtained from the Auditor/Clerk's Office. The Clerk of Council is responsible for posting the information as it becomes available.
The Water/Sewer Meeting will be taking place at the Mingo Junction Municipal Building at 6:30 PM on 03/06/2014.
The Street Light Meeting will be taking place at the Mingo Junction Municipal Building at 7:30 PM on 03/06/2014.
Registration for all new and returning players will be held on the following dates:
Saturday, Feb. 8, 2014 from 12:00 - 2:00 pm
Saturday,Feb. 15, 2014 from 12:00 -2:00 pm
Registrations will be held at the Mingo Junction Municipal Building
- All girls ages 7-18 are eligible to play.
- Girls fast-pitch softball is for ages 7-18 (playing age as of January 1st, 2014)
- Cost is $45.00 per individual/ $80.00 per family for softball
- Any questions call Vicky Peckens at 740.512.4017
The Office of the Village Administrator has just released that citizens may start reserving dates of Shelter House rental by Wed, 1/22/2014 starting at 8:00 am. Administrative Secretary Judy Eddy will be available to book reservations.