The city of Lima soon to fill a position that has been vacant for years and at no cost.
Over the past several years there have been concerns about the security of the city of Lima municipal building. Currently there is no one at the entrance and people can just enter and roam the building at will. That will soon change with the creation of the "Lima Municipal Building Ambassadors", a group of volunteers that will man the front desk at city hall
It is the brain child of Denny Glenn, a long time volunteer in the community. He believes this group will be very beneficial to the city.
The volunteers will get training from the Lima police department on evacuation and safety procedures along with what to look for in suspicious activity. They will also learn information about city offices and Lima history.
Lima Mayor David Berger is appreciative of Glen's work and feels the ambassadors will make people feel a little more secure in doing business at city hall.
Berger says they are taking applications now and hope to have people at the front desk in a couple of months. If you are interested you can find out more at the city's web site.