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Steps Made Toward Historical Preservation

SHELBY - The city is one step closer to creating a historic preservation ordinance as members of Shelby City Council approved the first reading of the legislation when they met Monday night.

"For the past number of years we've been trying to find ways to make our city better," started Council member Garland Gates. "One thing we've looked at is this issue of historic preservation...Read More

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Council Discusses Garbage Ordinance

SHELBY - Discussion was held during the Monday night City Council meeting concerning an amendment to the garbage ordinance as well as an ordinance transferring appropriations to ensure there is enough money in the line item for court officer wages.

Councilman Harold Shasky introduced an ordinance to amend a section of the garbage ordinance which would define what is considered an acceptable trash receptacle to place at the curb for garbage pickup...Read More

City Reduces Deficit Spending One-Half Million

As the third quarter for the year ends, members of Willard City Council learned the revenues for the year have generally come in at 75-percent, according to finance director Sue Johnson.

"We are higher than that in every one of our major funds," she pointed out. "It's a little upswing."...Read More

New London Board of Education Approves Pay Increase

New London Board of Education members unanimously approved a 1.5 percent increase to administrative, supervisory and exempt staff during Monday night's meeting.

"When we moved the administrators and exempt staff to the wellness insurance plan as well as the spousal language it did save the district $28,000," superintendent Brad Romano told the board. "The 1.5 percent amounts to a little bit less than $7,000. So the district is still receiving significant savings as well as the fact it does not include Mrs. Guthrie and myself. We are taking a pay freeze."...Read More

Tuscarawas County 2014 Farm Bureau Annual Meeting

"All Abuzz About Bees and Other Amazing Pollinators" was the theme for the Tuscarawas County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting.

The accomplishments of the past year were reviewed and goals for the future discussed during the event held at the Union Hill United Methodist Church at Sugarcreek...Read More

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