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Clark County applying for $400K federal grant to repair homes

4:00 AM Sunday, Apr. 24, 2016

Clark County Community Development is applying for $400,000 in federal funds to provide low- and moderate- income families assistance with home repairs and other needs. But funding for the Community Housing Improvement Program is down more than 25 percent since 2014. Clark County Department of Development coordinator Tom Hale said his office...
Clark County seeks halt to pool, party businesses at private home
 The Clark County Combined Health District and community development want a judge to stop operation of a commercial pool and other businesses at a private residence in Harmony Twp. where a 10-year-old nearly drowned earlier this month, health officials said. County Prosecutor Andy Wilson filed papers this week for an injunction in Clark County...

5:02 PM Friday, Apr. 22, 2016

The Clark County Combined Health District and community development want a judge to stop operation of a commercial pool and other businesses at a private residence in Harmony Twp. where a 10-year-old nearly drowned earlier this month, health officials said. County Prosecutor Andy Wilson filed papers this week for an injunction in Clark County...
Commissioners reject re-zoning 70 acres in Mad River, Enon
 Nearly 80 residents and elected officials from Enon and Mad River Twp. applauded when Clark County commissioners Wednesday rejected rezoning 70 acres for new housing. The rezoning proposed by William and Cheryl Hermann of Crawford County could have led as many as 140 houses at the northeast corner of Fairfield Pike and Hunter Road near the...

5:01 PM Wednesday, Apr. 20, 2016

Nearly 80 residents and elected officials from Enon and Mad River Twp. applauded when Clark County commissioners Wednesday rejected rezoning 70 acres for new housing. The rezoning proposed by William and Cheryl Hermann of Crawford County could have led as many as 140 houses at the northeast corner of Fairfield Pike and Hunter Road near the...
Commissioners to decide Mad River, Enon re-zoning project

9:57 PM Tuesday, Apr. 19, 2016

Clark County commissioners will hold a public hearing Wednesday to discuss a proposal to re-zone 70 acres in Mad River Twp. and Enon. A developer wants to rezone the agricultural property at the northeast corner of Fairfield Pike and Hunter Road near the Houck Meadows subdivision to residential. The project was approved by the Clark County...
Former Clark County Sheriff, New York Yankee ‘bonus baby’ dies
 Former Clark County Sheriff and New York Yankee “bonus baby” Harold “Bud” Mills died Saturday surrounded by his family at a hospice facility in Columbus after battling cancer. He was 76. “He was the most friendliest, most outgoing (man) … There wasn’t a person he met that didn’t like him no...

8:11 PM Monday, Apr. 18, 2016

Former Clark County Sheriff and New York Yankee “bonus baby” Harold “Bud” Mills died Saturday surrounded by his family at a hospice facility in Columbus after battling cancer. He was 76. “He was the most friendliest, most outgoing (man) … There wasn’t a person he met that didn’t like him no...
Rejected New Carlisle public park smoking ban may resurface
 New Carlisle City Council members will again consider a resolution to make their public parks smoke free. City Manager Randy Bridge said he plans to reintroduce a resolution to ban smoking in parks that would include distance restrictions around playground equipment, basketball courts and the shelter houses Bridge said he is still working...

4:00 AM Sunday, Apr. 17, 2016

New Carlisle City Council members will again consider a resolution to make their public parks smoke free. City Manager Randy Bridge said he plans to reintroduce a resolution to ban smoking in parks that would include distance restrictions around playground equipment, basketball courts and the shelter houses Bridge said he is still working...
County asks EPA to reevaluate Tremont City Barrel Fill
 Clark County commissioners asked the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to reevaluate the clean-up plan for the Tremont City Barrel Fill, citing the potential for water crises similar to those in Colorado and Michigan. But the federal EPA said tests in 2014 indicate no threat to the aquifer for many years. Commissioners sent a letter to...

10:54 PM Wednesday, Apr. 13, 2016

Clark County commissioners asked the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to reevaluate the clean-up plan for the Tremont City Barrel Fill, citing the potential for water crises similar to those in Colorado and Michigan. But the federal EPA said tests in 2014 indicate no threat to the aquifer for many years. Commissioners sent a letter to...
Graham names new superintendent
 A former Springfield High School principal has been named the new superintendent of Graham Local Schools. Kirk Koennecke was selected to replace Norm Glismann, who resigned after he was hired in June to lead Tecumseh Local Schools. Koennecke is expected to start on Aug. 1. His starting salary will be $115,000, said Treasurer Judy Geers. Koennecke...

7:44 PM Wednesday, Apr. 13, 2016

A former Springfield High School principal has been named the new superintendent of Graham Local Schools. Kirk Koennecke was selected to replace Norm Glismann, who resigned after he was hired in June to lead Tecumseh Local Schools. Koennecke is expected to start on Aug. 1. His starting salary will be $115,000, said Treasurer Judy Geers. Koennecke...
$20M secured for road projects in Clark County
 Transportation officials plan more than $20 million in improvements to Clark County roads and bridges. Clark County-Springfield Transportation Coordinating Committee Director Scott Schmid said funding has been secured for 13 projects on the 2016-2019 Transportation Improvement Program. Among the projects is a $1.7 million plan for improvements...

9:44 PM Tuesday, Apr. 12, 2016

Transportation officials plan more than $20 million in improvements to Clark County roads and bridges. Clark County-Springfield Transportation Coordinating Committee Director Scott Schmid said funding has been secured for 13 projects on the 2016-2019 Transportation Improvement Program. Among the projects is a $1.7 million plan for improvements...
Trustee: Springfield Twp. development could include Kroger Marketplace
 A Kroger Marketplace might be coming to Springfield Twp., but at least one trustee said he’s concerned the property can’t be annexed into the city to allow the development and some residents oppose it. But city leaders cautioned no plans have been submitted so it’s too early to say if there’s problems with the site...

10:00 AM Tuesday, Apr. 12, 2016

A Kroger Marketplace might be coming to Springfield Twp., but at least one trustee said he’s concerned the property can’t be annexed into the city to allow the development and some residents oppose it. But city leaders cautioned no plans have been submitted so it’s too early to say if there’s problems with the site...
Clark County district pursues $52.8M school construction plan
 Clark-Shawnee Local Schools will pursue a a $52.8 million plan to move seventh-and eighth-grade students to the high school, construct a new elementary school and demolish three buildings. Students would move to the high school in the 2017-2018 school year. Construction of the new pre-kindergarten through sixth grade building and demolition...

10:00 AM Monday, Apr. 11, 2016

Clark-Shawnee Local Schools will pursue a a $52.8 million plan to move seventh-and eighth-grade students to the high school, construct a new elementary school and demolish three buildings. Students would move to the high school in the 2017-2018 school year. Construction of the new pre-kindergarten through sixth grade building and demolition...
Neighbors concerned by Clark County re-zoning, development plan
 Clark County commissioners will hold a public hearing April 20 to discuss a proposal to re-zone 70 acres in Mad River Twp. and Enon that has faced opposition from some residents and township leaders. Township officials and residents have expressed concerned about flooding, increased traffic and other issues. Enon officials haven’t taken...

6:00 PM Saturday, Apr. 09, 2016

Clark County commissioners will hold a public hearing April 20 to discuss a proposal to re-zone 70 acres in Mad River Twp. and Enon that has faced opposition from some residents and township leaders. Township officials and residents have expressed concerned about flooding, increased traffic and other issues. Enon officials haven’t taken...
New Carlisle internet too slow to download, transfer body cam footage
 New Carlisle must upgrade its internet to a higher speed because its current connection isn’t fast enough to download and remotely transfer footage from new deputy body cameras to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office. City Administrator Randy Bridge said the city must upgrade from paying about $80 per month to about $250 per month...

3:00 AM Saturday, Apr. 09, 2016

New Carlisle must upgrade its internet to a higher speed because its current connection isn’t fast enough to download and remotely transfer footage from new deputy body cameras to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office. City Administrator Randy Bridge said the city must upgrade from paying about $80 per month to about $250 per month...
Clark County leaders won’t meet with Mad River about 9-1-1 dispatching
 Clark County leaders have decided against attending a special meeting Friday that was called by Mad River Twp. trustees upset about recent criticism of their emergency 9-1-1 system. County Commissioners John Detrick and Rick Lohnes and Clark County Sheriff officials had initially planned to attend. But Detrick said Thursday the county has...

9:25 PM Thursday, Apr. 07, 2016

Clark County leaders have decided against attending a special meeting Friday that was called by Mad River Twp. trustees upset about recent criticism of their emergency 9-1-1 system. County Commissioners John Detrick and Rick Lohnes and Clark County Sheriff officials had initially planned to attend. But Detrick said Thursday the county has...
Mad River, Clark County divided on 9-1-1 dispatching
 Mad River Twp. and Clark County leaders will sit down together Friday to discuss their differences over emergency dispatching as their debate has heated up in the past week. Township officials said Clark County Commissioner John Detrick was “grandstanding” when he criticized the township’s emergency dispatchers and accused...

9:00 PM Wednesday, Apr. 06, 2016

Mad River Twp. and Clark County leaders will sit down together Friday to discuss their differences over emergency dispatching as their debate has heated up in the past week. Township officials said Clark County Commissioner John Detrick was “grandstanding” when he criticized the township’s emergency dispatchers and accused...
Urbana thrift store offers financial classes to patrons
 An Urbana thrift store is offering area residents financial classes to help them better manage their money. The class, which has been offered for about three months, helps residents organize their bills and prioritize their spending habits and is a requirement for those receiving assistance from the organization, said Joseph Shanks, manager...

1:57 PM Monday, Apr. 04, 2016

An Urbana thrift store is offering area residents financial classes to help them better manage their money. The class, which has been offered for about three months, helps residents organize their bills and prioritize their spending habits and is a requirement for those receiving assistance from the organization, said Joseph Shanks, manager...
Clark County road, bridge projects to cost $11M in 2016
 Clark County drivers will see more than $11 million in safety upgrades and improvements to area roads and bridges this year. Derr Road will be the largest of the road projects the Clark County Engineer’s Office will undertake this year. Crews are expected to begin making more than $4.2 million in safety improvements along Derr Road...

4:00 AM Sunday, Apr. 03, 2016

Clark County drivers will see more than $11 million in safety upgrades and improvements to area roads and bridges this year. Derr Road will be the largest of the road projects the Clark County Engineer’s Office will undertake this year. Crews are expected to begin making more than $4.2 million in safety improvements along Derr Road...
Urbana considers cemetery board to improve care of Oak Dale
 Urbana officials want to establish a cemetery board to help improve the care of Oak Dale Cemetery. The cemetery, which has been in existence since the mid to late 1800s, has been without a superintendent since the mid-2000 and has been the responsibility of the city’s parks and recreation superintendent. “He’s done an excellent...

4:00 AM Sunday, Apr. 03, 2016

Urbana officials want to establish a cemetery board to help improve the care of Oak Dale Cemetery. The cemetery, which has been in existence since the mid to late 1800s, has been without a superintendent since the mid-2000 and has been the responsibility of the city’s parks and recreation superintendent. “He’s done an excellent...
Public defender, county offices could move

4:00 AM Sunday, Apr. 03, 2016

Clark County officials are considering moving the prosecutor’s and public defender’s offices off the same floor, citing multiple concerns including safety and the public perception of collusion. Prosecutor Andy Wilson suggested the move, saying the offices should not be located in the same general area on the fourth floor of the...
Clark County sheriff questions law on reserve officer benefits

4:00 AM Saturday, Apr. 02, 2016

Clark County and all political subdivisions with agencies that employ peace officers statewide must now set aside $300 to $500 to help pay benefits for part-time or reserve police officers injured or killed in the line of duty. But Clark County Sheriff Gene Kelly said officials have a lot of questions about the bill. The Volunteer Peace Officer&rsquo...
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