Bid Accepted For Roof Replacement

Rooves on two CMU Buildings will be replaced.  Chillicothe’s Board of Public Works accepted the bid received for placing the rooves on the Electric Warehouse and the Refuse Building on Brunswick Street.  CMU General Manager Matt Hopper says they received only one bid. Hopper says the bid is approved and they will work with the contractor to set a start […]

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CMU Summer Projects

Electric and water crews continue to make progress on their summer projects.   CMU General Manager Matt Hopper says that includes the relocating of electric lines on 2nd Street. He says the water projects are at a fe w locations. The services on Woodrow were connected to a 12-inch main.

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Board of Public Works Meets Tuesday

Bids for a roof are on the agenda for the Chillicothe Board of Public works when they meet Tuesday.  The meeting begins at 7:00 am at the CMU meeting room.  The electric supervisor will present the bids and recommendations for replacement of a corrugated roof on one of the buildings.  Reports will be presented by the department heads and the […]

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Fall Household Hazardous Material Drop-Off Scheduled

Chillicothe’s Fall Household Hazardous Material Drop-off will be September 24th.  CMU holds the Household Hazardous Materials Drop Off for Chillicothe and Livingston County twice a year.  The fall event will be on September 24th, from 9:00 am to Noon at the old pellet building on Brunswick Street. This is for residential items only, not from businesses.  Additional information will be […]

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CMU Projects Continue

Chillicothe Board of Public Works heard reports from the department heads in their meeting this morning.  General Manager Matt Hopper says there were no specific topics to be discussed and it is business as usual. Hopper says they are making good progress on a couple of projects. The tree trimming around the electric lines scheduled this year has been delayed […]

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CMU Tree Program Reduces Outages

In the recent storms that knocked out power to about 150 Chillicothe customers, CMU Director Matt Hopper says he credits that to the Electric Department’s Tree Trimming program in keeping the problem from being much bigger. He says by trimming on a regular schedule, they reduce the problems with tree limbs falling on or interfering with the power lines.  This […]

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