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State cuts cost local governments millions

3:08 AM Monday, Aug. 19, 2013

A survey of more than 20 localities by the Dayton Daily News found they expect to lose more than $28 million in state aid this year compared to what they received in 2009 because of cuts in funding and the phasing out of three taxes. As a result, cities such as Trotwood have furloughed workers; Springfield cut 32 positions; Troy cut back...
State cuts cost local governments millions
 A Springfield News-Sun survey of more than 20 localities found they expect to lose more than $28 million this year compared to what they received in 2009 because of cuts in state aid and the phasing out of three taxes. As a result, Springfield has cut 32 positions in recent years; Trotwood has furloughed workers; Troy cut back of street resurfacing...

2:00 AM Monday, Aug. 19, 2013

A Springfield News-Sun survey of more than 20 localities found they expect to lose more than $28 million this year compared to what they received in 2009 because of cuts in state aid and the phasing out of three taxes. As a result, Springfield has cut 32 positions in recent years; Trotwood has furloughed workers; Troy cut back of street resurfacing...
Beavercreek approves bus stop moratorium

12:05 AM Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2013

City Council approved Monday a six-month moratorium on new bus stop applications in order to design and put in place a new application process after the federal government ordered the city to do so or face the loss of millions of dollars in federal highway funds. The action does not affect the application for three stops near the Mall at...
City hires economic development consultants

4:05 AM Saturday, Aug. 10, 2013

City Council approved $84,000 in contracts Thursday to train staff and citizens in economic development and to inventory existing structures to “assess their viability” for economic development. “I’m happy we are moving forward. Everyone (on the council) wants to work on getting more jobs,” council member Dale...
New Beavercreek school comes in under budget
 When the Jacob Coy Middle School and Trebein Elementary School open Aug. 20, students, teachers, parents and taxpayers will be getting technology-advanced buildings that will save an estimated $198,000 a year in energy costs, according to school district officials. The buildings also came in $1 million under budget. “We were able to...

8:06 PM Wednesday, Aug. 07, 2013

When the Jacob Coy Middle School and Trebein Elementary School open Aug. 20, students, teachers, parents and taxpayers will be getting technology-advanced buildings that will save an estimated $198,000 a year in energy costs, according to school district officials. The buildings also came in $1 million under budget. “We were able to...
Beavercreek school board places $10.4 million emergency levy on ballot

2:43 AM Tuesday, Aug. 06, 2013

The Board of Education approved placing a $10.4 million emergency levy for operating costs on the November ballot on Monday night. It is the fourth time in two years the district has tried to pass an emergency levy for operations. The 6.3 mill levy would cost the owner of a home with an appraised value of $100,000 an additional $220.50 for...
Beavercreek schools seeking operating levy this fall

11:38 PM Monday, Aug. 05, 2013

The Beavercreek Board of Education on Monday evening approved placing a $10.4 million emergency levy for operating costs on the November ballot, marking the fourth time in two years the city school district has tried to pass an emergency operating levy. The 6.3 mill levy would cost the owner of a home with an appraised value of $100,000 an...
Xenia Twp. trustee denies ‘frivolous’ allegations of corruption

2:49 AM Sunday, Aug. 04, 2013

The chairman of the Xenia Twp. Trustees said in court papers that corruption allegations against him are “frivolous,” and that he may seek sanctions and counter-claims against the Xenia businessman who filed a civil lawsuit containing the charges. The suit filed in Greene County Common Pleas Court in late June claims James Reed...
KKK pix at fair draws ACLU rebuke
 The Greene County Agricultural Society overreacted when it removed a historical picture of a Ku Klux Klan rally and revoked the photo’s first-place ribbon, according to the American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio. “Instead of shielding the photograph from public view, fair officials should have seized this opportunity to spark...

4:05 AM Thursday, Aug. 01, 2013

The Greene County Agricultural Society overreacted when it removed a historical picture of a Ku Klux Klan rally and revoked the photo’s first-place ribbon, according to the American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio. “Instead of shielding the photograph from public view, fair officials should have seized this opportunity to spark...
KKK pix at fair draws ACLU rebuke
 The Greene County Agricultural Society overreacted when it removed a historical picture of a Ku Klux Klan rally and revoked the photo’s first-place ribbon, according to the American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio. “Instead of shielding the photograph from public view, fair officials should have seized this opportunity to spark...

4:05 AM Thursday, Aug. 01, 2013

The Greene County Agricultural Society overreacted when it removed a historical picture of a Ku Klux Klan rally and revoked the photo’s first-place ribbon, according to the American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio. “Instead of shielding the photograph from public view, fair officials should have seized this opportunity to spark...
B’creek asks for $10.4M in new levy

4:05 AM Wednesday, Jul. 31, 2013

The Board of Education took the first step Tuesday night to place a $10.4 million emergency levy on the November ballot. It is the fourth time in two years the district has tried to pass an emergency levy for operations. The exact millage amount will be determined by the Greene County auditor. The board has a meeting Monday to accept the...
Beavercreek schools to seek tax increase

12:09 AM Wednesday, Jul. 31, 2013

The Board of Education took the first step Tuesday night to place a $10.4 million emergency levy of the November ballot. It is the fourth time in two years the district has attempted to pass an emergency levy for operations. The exact millage amount will be determined by the Greene County auditor. The board has a meeting Mondaycq DP to accept...
Remediation of abandoned Xenia industrial site to begin in August
 A Cleveland-based environmental reclamation company will begin demolition and remediation next month of the 20-acre Hooven and Allison Cordage Co. site. that has sat abandoned for the past decade. “We’ve been waiting for this for a long, long, long time,” Jim Percival, city manager, said Thursday prior to the City Council...

3:26 AM Monday, Jul. 29, 2013

A Cleveland-based environmental reclamation company will begin demolition and remediation next month of the 20-acre Hooven and Allison Cordage Co. site. that has sat abandoned for the past decade. “We’ve been waiting for this for a long, long, long time,” Jim Percival, city manager, said Thursday prior to the City Council...
13-year-old girl held in drug raid released to mother

4:05 AM Saturday, Jul. 27, 2013

A 13-year-old girl spent a night in custody after she was found attempting to hide drugs officers linked to her father’s alleged drug operation, according to Montgomery County Sheriffs deputies. According to Montgomery County Juvenile Court officials, the 13-year-old spent the night at the Juvenile Justice Center before being released...
State: No discrimination against Beavercreek Twp. employee

4:05 AM Saturday, Jul. 27, 2013

The Ohio Civil Rights Commission has dismissed two allegations by a township employee that he was discriminated against by the township. James Barone, assistant to the fiscal officer, claimed last year that he was subjected to harassment because of his sexual orientation. Barone later filed a second complaint that he was unjustly disciplined...
Girl, 13, in 100-pound pot seizure released to mom
 A 13-year-old girl spent a night in custody after she was found attempting to hide drugs officers linked to her father’s alleged drug operation, according to Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies. According to Montgomery County Juvenile Court officials, the 13-year-old spent the night at the Juvenile Justice Center before being...

9:10 PM Friday, Jul. 26, 2013

A 13-year-old girl spent a night in custody after she was found attempting to hide drugs officers linked to her father’s alleged drug operation, according to Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies. According to Montgomery County Juvenile Court officials, the 13-year-old spent the night at the Juvenile Justice Center before being...
B’creek puts street levy renewal on Nov. ballot

7:41 PM Tuesday, Jul. 23, 2013

City Council voted unanimously to place a renewal of a 1-mill street levy on the November ballot, agreeing that though the city needs more money to maintain it’s roads. But they said they are concerned about the ability to pass a levy seeking more money from residents. The renewal is not a tax increase. The levy raises around $1.3 million...
Attorney warns Beavercreek council about pitfalls of appealing RTA decision
 City Council will consider a six-month moratorium on new permits for bus stops next month so the council has time to hire a consultant to help create a new bus stop application process that does not violate civil rights. Council tabled the moratorium resolution at Monday’s council meeting. At the center of the bus stop issue in the...

4:05 AM Tuesday, Jul. 23, 2013

City Council will consider a six-month moratorium on new permits for bus stops next month so the council has time to hire a consultant to help create a new bus stop application process that does not violate civil rights. Council tabled the moratorium resolution at Monday’s council meeting. At the center of the bus stop issue in the...
Creek council to hear from lawyer on RTA dispute

4:05 AM Sunday, Jul. 21, 2013

The City Council will be briefed Monday by its Washington, D.C.-based attorney on the Federal Highway Administration’s finding that the city violated the 1964 Civil Rights Act by prohibiting RTA buses in the Mall of Fairfield Commons area. A local advocacy group, Leaders for Equality and Action in Dayton, filed the complaint in August...
Research foundation puts Beavercreek acreage up for sale

4:05 AM Saturday, Jul. 20, 2013

The Miami Valley Research Foundation has sold 24 acres at the intersection of Grange Hall and Shakertown roads and is marketing the remaining 92 acres that abuts the Woodhaven and Autumn Springs neighborhoods. Proceeds from the sale of the land will be used for improvements to the nonprofit foundation’s Miami Valley Research Park in...
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