A group of Fort Shawnee residents are up in arms about a plan by some of its residents to dissolve the fort.
Dottie Kaiser with a group calling itself the "Our Fort Our Future" committee is concerned about a petition drive to put the matter on the November ballot.
Fort Shawnee has had its' financial problems over the past year, but there's a new mayor in office and the committee believes now is not the time to unincorporate.
There are plans to go to the voters in November to approve a 3 point 25 mill levy which should restore full services to the fort.
Resident Boyd Raeder believes things will get better and he believes that the residents need to work together.
Helen Spyker was around when Fort Shawnee first incorporated back in September of 1958 after the City of Lima tried to annex several industries into the city.
Spyker believes people should get the facts and not rely on here say.
There's a Town Hall Meeting scheduled for August 16th at 7 PM at Apollo Career Center.
Handouts will be available with current correct fiscal information validated and approved by the Ohio auditor.