More than 30 individuals and organizations from around Clermont County were honored Feb. 23 at the annual Salute to Leaders banquet hosted by Clermont 20/20. The event, a celebration of the unsung heroes that make communities a better place to live in, was attended by hundreds of well-wishers who saw their family, friends and neighbors recognized for their daily dedication to Clermont County.
After more than 22 years of service with the township that many have come to associate him with, Ken Geis, Union Township Administrator, has announced his resignation and will be moving on to the private sector in late March. Geis, who has served with Union Township as administrator for almost 13 years, will leave a township that the trustees say has shown incredible improvement since he took office.
On Feb. 20, state and local representatives gathered at the Midland Company campus to celebrate the official groundbreaking for their new facility. The new structure, which will connect to the old structure, will add around 205,000 square feet of office space to the company
Six months of investigative work by the Miami Township Police Department netted four teenagers who have been arrested and charged with numerous counts of crimes, including burglary, breaking and entering, theft and criminal damaging. The crimes, committed in Miami and Symmes townships, began in August of 2005.
The Batavia Township board of trustees is looking to back efforts to defeat a tax amendment that is to be placed on statewide ballots this November. The
The Eastgate Junior Women’s Club will present
George Brown, the director of Clermont Senior Services, approached council and asked for its support for the Senior Services levy that will be placed on the May 2 ballot.
The Village Association of Batavia has selected the Clermont Sun Publishing Co. property, located at 465 E. Main Street in downtown Batavia, to receive its Property Improvement Award.
Despite the efforts of developers, residents of Clepper Lane won a contest Feb. 14 to help keep traffic away from their homes. A decision made by the Union Township Trustees vetoed the request of engineers working for the Jeff Wyler Automotive Group to include a gated entrance at the current dead end of Clepper Lane as part of an upcoming expansion for the car sales facility.
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