Due to a break in a 10″ water main near Race Street in the City of Milford, a boil advisory remains in effect as of Monday, April 7 for those residents and businesses whose water was off or affected by low water pressure until such time as bacteria test results are received.
The Clermont County Engineer’s Office has closed Gaynor Road near Fay Road in Goshen Township, as the result of a landslide. The roadway will be closed until further notice while repairs are made.
Batavia Mayor John Thebout has sworn in Tracey Derico as the village’s clerk/treasurer. Derico has been appointed by the mayor to fill the April 1, 2008 – March 31, 2012 term. “We are fairly new to the community,” Derico said. “Both my husband and I would like to contribute. I applied for this position to try to be an asset to the community.”
The Huntington Bank at 734 Ohio Pike in Union Township was robbed March 31. Union Township police chief have confirmed to The Clermont Sun that at around 10:24 a.m. Monday morning, a suspect entered the bank and demanded money.
The final credits will roll on Bethel’s Midway Theater screen April 4. Owner Deborah Brooks has announced plans to close the historic Bethel theater this week and will have a customer appreciation party on April 4. The 280-seat theater, which was illustrious for showing family-friendly fare, was opened in 1937 by Brook’s grandfather Earl Hewett.
Amelia mayor Leroy Ellington is making good on his campaign promise to reconnect the village residents to its representative government. The town hall meeting, held at the Amelia Public Library March 31, attracted more than 65 people and included introductions and reports from all elected and appointed officials, the Amelia Police Department, the Union Township Fire Department, and many different committees.
A bowling benefit for kids living with autism will be held later this month in memory of former West Clermont speech pathologist Katie Haumesser. Haumesser, 27, was killed by a drunk driver in Clermont County in Feb. 2006 on the way home from taking her 10-year-old daughter Emma to Children’s Hospital after treatment for an asthma attack.
Two Batavia Township residents were robbed at gunpoint during a home invasion March 25. At approximately 10:30 p.m., the Clermont County communications center received a 911 call from Erica Collins on Pochard Drive.
To raise funds for the American Breast Cancer Foundation, and to promote the early detection of breast cancer, the Auxier Gas Company in Batavia has recently purchased a pink delivery truck. The ABCF, which is celebrating 10 years, contracted with Auxier Gas for the new truck; it is the only one of its kind in southwest Ohio, Sears said.
The Pierce Township Police Department has received a grant from the National Association of Drug Diversion Investigators (NADDI) to assist in the fight against prescription drug abuse. The $25,000 grant (the funds were provided by Abbott Laboratories) will allow a Pierce Township police officer to be assigned full-time to the county’s narcotic unit to investigate and divert pharmaceutical related crimes and other issues as needed.