At the Dec. 29 meeting of the Bethel Village Council, the governing body wrestled with what squeaky wheel was loudest, and in the end, the council voted with what the said was the wheel in most need of grease by deciding unanimously to sell the former Bethel Swim Club property.
Customers of the Bethel village water department can expect to see a slight change sometime this year in their water service, but that change shouldn
As the war in Iraq continues to make headlines and more families are faced with the separation from loved ones that deployment has come to embody, the efforts of a few have grown into the efforts of many to send a little home to the wayfaring soldier.
The Cub Scout Pack 155 donated can goods and videos to four local organizations on Tuesday, Dec. 14. The organizations receiving the donations were the YWCA-Eastern Area, Ohio Veteran
The New Richmond Village Council made several changes at its Dec. 13th meeting. The New Richmond EMS and Fire Departments will combine in January, and the council cut the Ohio Main Street Program from the 2006 budget.
Dan Hannon, director of the Clermont County Public Defender
Amelia mayor Mark Menz told council at its Dec. 19 meeting that they still have not received any inquiries about the vacancy on the council. Menz said that council now has 30 days to find a replacement, so now it will be up to the mayor to find a replacement for outgoing council member Cathy Copenhaver.
After spending most of the year in search of a new identifying emblem, the Batavia Township Trustees recently decided on a new logo for the township. The process of applying the logos to township vehicles began last week.
The public services committee of the Milford City Council recently held a meeting in which they discussed sludge hauling for the city. Council member Jim Gradolf said that in the past 40 years the city has had a press in which they pressed the sludge into a large block then hauled away.
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