Campbell to explain importance of planning for your death


Residents of Campbell can fight blight, even in death.

That’s the message Campbell city officials hope to convey during the Mayor’s Town Hall meeting at Campbell City Hall tonight at 6.

Mahoning County Probate Judge Robert Rusu will join the city’s law director, Brian Macala and the city’s property specialist, Maureen O’Neil, for a town hall discussion centered on estate planning and probate court, and how properties left unclaimed impact the city.

The meeting will provide residents with an overview of how individuals can save their families trouble — and help out their city — if they take the time to put plans in place for the inheritance of their possessions and property. Residents will also be presented with information regarding how they can purchase empty lots of land adjacent to their own through the Mahoning County Land Bank.

Macala believes estate planning is an important consideration that many individuals don’t consider when preparing for the future.

Read more about the discussion in Thursday's Vindicator or on

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