Cabs, Storage Containers and Truck on Chillicothe City Council Meets Monday

The Chillicothe City Council will consider the purchase of a truck for CMU, parking changes, and shipping containers as part of Monday’s meeting.  The City Council meets at 5:30 pm in the CMU large meeting room. Appearances include CMU General Manager Matt Hopper requesting the approval of the purchase of a Digger Derrick for the Electric Department. Nathan Zabka will […]

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Historic District On Trenton City Council Agenda

The Trenton City council meets Monday at 7:00 pm to consider three ordinances.  The meeting is at City Hall, in Council Chambers. The ordinances include: Designating the Downtown Historic District, Revising the Table of permissible uses in the City code For the purchase of installation of 5 pumps and 3 panels for the city’s wastewater system. New business includes: Discussion/approval […]

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Playground Ribbon Cutting Delayed

The official ribbon-cutting for the new playground at Simpson Park has been delayed due to wet conditions.  The Ribbon cutting will be held on Tuesday, July 27th at 10:00 am. Parks Director Josh Norris says since the soft opening the playground has been used regularly.  He says even with the heavy rain in the past couple of weeks, they found […]

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City Council Considers Flood Mitigation

The Chillicothe City Council approved the start of Flood Mitigation Study.  City Administrator Darin Chappell, who attended the meeting remotely, told the Council Monday, the flooding problems around the community become worse as the development of property continues.  He asked to have an engineer come and look into the issues faced by the city. The council agreed to begin the […]

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Trenton City Council Agenda For Monday

The Trenton City Council will handle one ordinance as part of their meeting Monday.  The meeting begins at 7:00 pm at City Hall The agenda begins with a discussion and request for approval for a proposal from the Convention and Visitors Bureau Board. An ordinance will be presented for consideration of officially designating the Downtown Historic District in the city […]

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City Council Approves Personnel Items

The Chillicothe City Council approved a promotion and hiring two new employees as part of this week’s executive session.  The council approved promoting Dana Thomas to Communication (Dispatch) Center Supervisor at the Chillicothe Police Department. The Council approved hiring two new employees for the Street Department.  Brock Gott and Jacob Hibner were hired as Street Maintenance Workers.

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