The Batavia Township Board of Trustees administered some light housework March 7, tying up a few loose ends and making preparations for a few upcoming events of importance to the township. Plans are being formed to take advantage of the upcoming Clermont County Home Show, and the trustees are also looking to throw a memorable bash at the opening ceremony of their new township hall.
To expand reading at Merwin Elementary School, principal Patrick Crahan developed the concept of having a television show to showcase the reading skills of his children.
An up-and-coming community tradition eight years in the making, the annual Clean and Green community cleanup will be held this April. Organizers for the county-wide litter pickup program said that they are hoping to make this a record year for the event, which annually collects thousands of pounds of refuse from the sides of Clermont County roads in an effort to make people think twice about littering.
On May 2, nine candidates will square off in the primary race bid for the Ohio second congressional district seat. In all, four republicans and five democrats will vie for the votes necessary to earn their party
Citing the loss of student revenue and the desire to make things easier for neighboring community members who want to bring their children to Batavia, the Batavia Local School District board of education voted recently to create and implement an open enrollment policy.
Mercy Hospital Clermont dedicated a section of its new wing March 1 with a
One pressing issue for the Bethel Village Council was resolved and a second prolonged after the village was issued a report from the Clermont County Board of Elections. At the Feb. 27 meeting of the council, it was announced that certifications concerning two separate issues for the village failed to pass muster on petitions.
How local entrepreneurs can operate and the regulations surrounding commercial lighting are but two of the many changes that are expected to be adopted by the Batavia Township Board of Trustees through text amendments to their zoning code.
Clermont Senior Services launched their official bid to pass an operating levy in the May 2 election Monday with a campaign kickoff at the Union Township Civic Center. The levy would replace one passed five years ago, and would take effect in 2007.
Hannah Tyler, a senior at Bethel Tate High School said that she is interested in studying different cultures. Tyler worked with Bick Elementary School to bring three speakers in to talk with the students.