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New restaurant coming to Norwalk?

Zoe Greszler • Updated Dec 7, 2017 at 12:16 AM

Building owner Stan Obrenovich confirmed a restaurant is moving into the 5 E. Main St. space that most recently house Bohemian Wrapsody. Over the years, it also has been the home of Pressed Café, Mia Famiglia’s and Uptown Cafe, among other eateries.

Bohemian Wrapsody closed due to a dispute with Obrenovich over a malfunctioning water heater in late October, a dispute which received a lot of social media attention.

Obrenovich said he could not provide and more information on the new restaurant until details were ironed out, but stated he expected more information to be available this week. 

In other business news…

 

Netflix prices increase

Netflix, the internet-based TV and movie streaming service, announced the cost of its plans will soon rise.

The Netflix premium plan (four screens at a time in ultra HD) has changed to $13.99 per month. The basic plan (one screen at a time in standard definition) will be $7.99 and the mid-grade plan (two screens at a time with high definition) will cost users $10.99 per month.

These changes take effect Dec. 27. Members can view their updated membership details by visiting their account.

 

Firelands Electric announces board vacancy

NEW LONDON — Due to a change in employment, Firelands Electric Cooperative’s board of trustees has accepted the resignation of District 7 trustee Dan McNaull.

Per the co-op’s code of regulations, when such a vacancy occurs, the remaining board members will appoint a qualified candidate to represent that district as an interim trustee. District 7 includes the areas in Vermilion, Mohican, Montgomery and Perry townships. All co-op members living within District 7 are eligible to apply for this interim trustee position.

The co-op’s board of trustees meets monthly to review the financial and operational data of the electric cooperative. Board members hear and discuss reports from the cooperative’s general manager and department supervisors, as well as provide guidance for management decisions. 

Applications, as well as additional information regarding the interim trustee position, are available at www.FirelandsEC.com. Applications are due by Dec. 31. Contact 1-800-533-8658 with any questions.

 

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