Members of Plymouth Village Council adopted the new tax ordinance on its third reading. The ordinance will take effect on Jan. 1 with state mandated changes while the present tax ordinance will also stay in effect.
Council also gave first reading to an ordinance which would increase the water rates for the February 2016 billing. The ordinance also provides for an automatic three-percent annual increase each year...Read More
SHELBY- Shop Small Saturday is gearing up to take place throughout downtown Shelby on Saturday, November 28.
Shop Small Saturday is designed to put focus on the community’s businesses.
Throughout Saturday, individuals can visit many of the businesses to receive a passport to get stamped to win prizes. All of the passports will need to be dropped off at Connie’s Place, 24 West Main Street, by 3 p.m. Saturday to qualify for the prizes...Read More
Members of Willard City Council have sat down with city manager Shawn Tappel and finance director Sue Johnson for the annual appropriations review. The final numbers will be approved by council.
“It gets changed frequently,” Johnson said of the budget for the city. “It’s over an adjustment of carryovers or things missed.”
As the numbers get filled in, Johnson said the General Fund will look good. This, she noted, is due to tax revenues...Read More
Ten students in Mrs. McDonald’s class at New London High School are putting their entrepreneurial skills to work and involving themselves in community service as well.
Students have been busy creating Buckeye necklaces, bracelets and garlands to sell. With the proceeds earned from the sales, fleece material has been purchased and students are making lap blankets for residents at The Laurels of New London, according to McDonald and classroom aid Lisa Wise...Read More
Former Plymouth FFA student, Levi Myers attends Wilmington College. His major is Vocational Agriculture. Currently he is in his Junior year at the college. He participates in an internship that sends him to various schools throughout Ohio. He also works on the College Academic Farm.
The internship is a new program associated with Ohio FFA and the Department of Education and is based on future vocational agriculture teachers through professional development, working to make money and promoting the need for agriculture teachers. There is a growing need in Ohio for agriculture teachers and Ohio Department of Education recognizes that need...Read More
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