The Bethel Village Council met on Nov. 13, a solemn occasion after the death of council member George Schramm. Schramm, who was close to completing his first year as a council member, died on Nov. 5.
Two Batavia properties have received the property home improvement award from the Village Association of Batavia. Receiving the recognition for November are the Astles home, located at 18 N. Fifth Street, and the new Rosenhoffer law building owned by Clermont Risky Business, located at 302 Main Street.
Approximately 24 hours before voters chose to support a levy in Batavia Township to increase the law enforcement capacity within the township, the trustees discussed the status of patrols within the township with Sheriff’s Deputy B.J. Boerger.
The city of Milford recently announced the hiring of a new assistant city manager to replace Jeff Wright, who left the position in July. Pamela Holbrook, an Indianapolis native, will be joining the city Nov. 27.
The first phase of the new Amelia Public Works and storage facility commenced last week. Considering six bids for the first phase of the proposed new facility, Council awarded the $105,000 contract to Perkins Carmack Construction, LLC.
Unwilling to capitulate after voters rejected last week’s bond issue, the West Clermont Board of Education is taking immediate action to ensure that it passes in a special election next February.
Red, white, and blue stars lined the gymnasium walls of Bethel’s William Bick Primary School at a veteran’s celebration assembly Nov. 8. In honor of Veteran’s Day, the kindergarten through second grade students at William Beck spent a week preparing and organizing the celebration, said veteran’s committee chair and teacher Angie Eads.
While November is often associated with Thanksgiving, a national observance is hoped to expand the theme of thanksgiving into a whole new realm.
The Union Township Board of Trustees discussed a few zoning issues at its Nov. 14 meeting, including a proposed amendment to their zoning text and a related development to the Ivy Pointe commerce park.
With winter weather on the horizon, local emergency response agencies are warning residents that being prepared is the best defense against the snow, ice and cold.