Safe Communities is hoping that a little fun may prevent a lot of sorrow this holiday season. Coming back for a second helping, a “mocktail” party has been scheduled for Dec. 7 at Mercy Hospital Clermont, where the theme is having fun and getting home safe afterwards.
The New Richmond Village Council has suspended the police department’s furlough program. The council unanimously adopted the ordinance suspending the furlough schedule for the police department at its regular Nov. 14 meeting.
The Bethel-Tate Fire Department has received a $136,251 firefighting grant as part of Senator Mike Dewine’s Firefighter Investment and Response Enhancement (FIRE) Act.
The historically significant Rogers riverfront home in New Richmond is being restored. Purchased and saved from demolition in September by New Richmond native and economic development expert Robert Lees, the restoration has been underway for the past 60 days.
Voters won’t have to wait much longer to learn the official outcome of the Nov. 7 general election. According to Clermont County Board of Elections Director Mike Keeley, the board will convene Tuesday, Nov. 28 to certify the results.
Batavia’s third annual Christmas in the Village will take place Dec. 1. The event is designed to encourage new people to visit and spend a holiday evening in the village.
After voters in Bethel’s precinct C voted to allow alcohol sales within that precinct, residents of the village can expect to see beer and wine available locally either at the end of 2006 or the beginning of 2007.
River Valley Longbeards, the Clermont County chapter of the National Wildlife Turkey Federation (NWTF), donated 50 frozen turkeys to the Clermont YWCA food pantry, the YWCA House of Peace, and the Christian Help Center Nov. 17. This is the second year that the River Valley Longbeards have participated in the NWTF’s Turkey Hunters Care Program.
“New Richmond is ready to explode, it only needs the right fuse to ignite it.” These were the words spoken by New Richmond resident, councilman, and former mayor Nick Wolf at the village’s third economic development meeting Nov. 18. For six months, village residents have been formulating plans to locate that fuse and revitalize the village with an explosive economic development plan.
While most of us have become accustomed to tossing away varying amounts of junk mail, what you receive in your mailbox has become more sinister as the offers have moved from legitimate items or services for purchase to opportunities to scam you out of your savings.