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Councilman Kevin Gray was elected to continue as president of West Unity Village Council during Thursday's regular meeting. Mark Null took over the council chair... [Read More]
Vicki Cameron was approved and appointed by Stryker Village Council to fill the council seat vacated by Mick Frisbie during Monday's meeting. [Read More]
Pay raises for virtually all village employees were approved Thursday by Holiday City Village Council. [Read More]
The purchase of two new school buses was approved Tuesday by the Central Local Schools Board of Education. [Read More]
Stryker Village Council approved the town's 2018 budget at Monday's meeting. The budget total of $1,113,399 is down somewhat from 2017's $1,278,223. [Read More]
During a short meeting on Monday, the Central Local school board acted on several personnel items. [Read More]
There was a one-and-a-half hour council discussion Thursday regarding compensation for the mayor and council members. [Read More]
At Thursday's meeting, West Unity Village Council approved a 15-year property tax exemption for Rupp & Roach LTD. Matt Davis of Williams County Economic Development... [Read More]
Council decided Thursday night to move forward with engineering to put a power line under the Ohio Turnpike. [Read More]
The purchase of two used school buses at a cost around $5,000 each was approved at Monday's regular Central Local School Board meeting. [Read More]
The first reading to raise water and sewer rates was held Thursday night by village council. The proposed ordinances state that the increases are necessary... [Read More]
A couple who lives in an area behind the new Dollar General store in Stryker complained about trespassing to village council on Monday. [Read More]
Response planning continues following April's power outage for the Menards Distribution Center. [Read More]
Central Local Schools' coffers got a boost with a bevy of donations being approved at Monday's board of education meeting. [Read More]
Issues related to the new Dollar General store were discussed at Monday's regular Stryker village council meeting. [Read More]
Village council heard Thursday that the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency has appropriated $2.68 million for the sewer plant project in West Unity. [Read More]
Electric system stability in Holiday City continues to be explored as explained Thursday night by Village Administrator Gary Baker. [Read More]
An ordinance licensing golf carts in Stryker was discussed at Monday's regular council meeting. [Read More]
Extensive hiring was the primary activity at Monday's Central Local school board meeting. [Read More]
Village council awarded a construction contract for $2,118,000 and sold the old village hall for $15,000 Thursday evening. [Read More]