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Batavia Township celebrates 200 years

By Megan Alley Sun staff Batavia Township is turning 200 this year, and to celebrate, township officials are throwing a festival on September 12 at the Batavia Township Community Center and park. “We’re trying to bring the community together, and promote the various agencies that support the township,” said Batavia Township Administrator Rex Parsons. “We [ Read More ]

County awards contracts for water meter upgrades

By Megan Alley Sun staff The Clermont County Commissioners approved vendor contracts for the county’s Water Resources Department meter upgrade project during their meeting on August 26. As part of the project, the county will replace every Clermont County Water Resources Department residential water meter, and the majority of commercial meters. Larger meters will be [ Read More ]

Bethel to adopt streets in Easter Valley

By Megan Alley Sun staff Members of the village of Bethel Council unanimously approved funding to surface Easter Road, Hope Way and Faith Way during their meeting on August 27. The approval to surface Easter Road, Hope Way and Faith Way will go to the Finance Committee on September 2, where members will vote on [ Read More ]

Milford vice mayor resigns

By Megan Alley Sun staff Milford Vice Mayor Jeff Lykins resigned August 19 via email to Milford City Council members. “I choose to no longer participate in the deception that Milford’s citizens are all represented equally, or that the principles of good government continue to prevail in our city,” Lykins said in his email. “Therefore, [ Read More ]

Former Bethel cop to go to trial

By Kelly Doran Editor Brandon Brenes, 25 of Batavia, waived his right to a trial by jury on August 31 in favor on a bench trial. The bench trial is set for November 23 and 24 at 10 a.m. both days. Brenes will be before Judge Victor Haddad. Brenes was working as a police officer [ Read More ]

Harleys Against Heroin raises $41,000

By Kelly Doran Editor Harleys Against Heroin had another successful fundraiser this year, including a new ride on the west side of Cincinnati. Both of the rides went very well, Nikki Patton, one of the founding members, said. The east side ride, which started in Amelia and ended in Felicity, was on July 25 and [ Read More ]

Shank Park to be renovated

By Kelly Doran Editor The storm water basin in Spencer Shank Memorial Park in Amelia is going to be renovated to be more functional and take more runoff. Right now, the basin takes soil and water runoff from subdivisions to the north of the park. It holds backwater during large storms and slowly releases it [ Read More ]

New Richmond council eliminates recordings

By Megan Alley Sun staff The New Richmond Village Council voted on August 25 to stop recording the audio of its meetings. “Are we required by the Ohio Revised Code to tape our meetings?” asked Councilman Paul Vanderbosch. “I would like to amend that we no longer do that then.” Councilwoman Mary Allen voted against [ Read More ]

CASC reopens under new management

By Kelly Doran Editor The Community Alternative Sentencing Center reopened on September 1 under new management, after closing in February. Talbert House ran CASC from August 2013 to February 11, 2015 when its contract ended. In that time, CASC had 483 patients. The Clermont County Commissioners voted to have Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services become [ Read More ]

Developer to bring in businesses to Eastgate

By Kelly Doran Editor PEBB Enterprises, a company based in south Florida, purchased the property across from Jungle Jim’s International Market and is bringing in numerous stores, such as HomeGoods and Five Below, Inc. PEBB had started targeting markets in the Midwest when those searching found the property, which PEBB named 32 East Retail. The [ Read More ]

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