If you could see into the future, what would your town look like? There is a renewed effort in Luther to come up with a Master Plan for the town. Those involved are quick to emphasize that such a Master Plan doesn’t mean it’s a final plan, but it is a guiding post to chart
The Luther Parks Commission meets Thursday evening for a regular meeting. The commission members were appointed and go to work just about three months ago and had their first event last weekend with the townwide Trunk or Treat. On the agenda is a look at events for the rest of the year and next year.
The Luther Town Board offered the job of Police Chief to David Randall at Tuesday’s Special Meeting. The selection came after a final round of interviews with four applicants; and forty minutes of discussion in executive session by the four member board. Trustee Ron Henry did not attend. David Randall, 46, currently is a Lieutenant with
Turns out a controversial agenda item for Tuesday night’s Special Meeting of the Luther Town Board cannot be voted upon tonight because it was worded incorrectly. Mayor Jenni White confirmed the item will not be considered tonight on her Trustee Facebook page. The main business of tonight’s meeting is to conduct final interviews of four
Four applicants for Luther Police Chief will have a second-round interview with the Town Board of Trustees, Tuesday, October 17, beginning at 6:30 pm. Three of the four final applicants were featured last week in an article in The Luther Register. Since then, we have been able to connect with the fourth applicant, David Randall for
The Luther Town Board of Trustees Thursday night met behind closed doors to cull down a list of resumes for Luther Police Chief. After an hour, the board reconvened in open session and announced eight names of candidates to be interviewed on October 10. The names are: David Abel Chuck Brewer Virgil Green Ron Lentz
That’s a planning conversation – evaluating where you’ve been, listening to your neighbors on where they’d like to go, and setting specific steps on how to get there.
Although it’s a holiday weekend, the Town of Luther grabbed its only open Saturday without a variety of activities such as youth sports for a Town cleanup day. At 8am until Noon Saturday, volunteers can meet at Town Hall to fan out and tackle beautification projects in Town proper, like sweeping Main Street or weeding
On a Monday night in Luther, Wildhorse Park was packed. There were families picnicking at the playgrounds, Little League football and cheer teams were practicing for this weekend’s games. A volunteer over at the baseball field was mowing. And there was a Lady Lions Softball game going against Stroud. The stands were full. The bleachers,
“I’ve been in law enforcement for 23 years and have been with the Town of Luther for seven years. I want the Town to know I’m here for the Town of Luther and safety of the people. I will always have an open door for the citizens of Luther to come to me with their concerns.
Along with my fellow officers in town, we will work together to get through this as a team while I’m in the position as acting chief,” Deputy Chief Mike Class told The Luther Register.