In September 1935, the Lorain County Farm Bureau Association held a meeting at the LaGrange Town Hall, attended by 48 local farmers, to form a planning committee to discuss the possibility of providing electrical power to our rural area. This committee was the beginning of what became our Lorain-Medina Rural Electric. Our township's representative on this committee was Roscoe Campbell.
I could write a lengthy article on the progress that transpired over the next few years in establishing and completing the project, but I'll defer that to a later date. Pittsfield Center is all lighted up. The township trustees have erected seven street or village lights, across the road, and in the park. It is a very fine move and one to be appreciated by all who use the Town Hall, churches, garage and park. (Wellington Enterprise 2-10-1955)