Aaron Leighty was appointed to New Carlisle City Council to fill the seat vacated by Lowell McGlothin.
McGlothin resigned after being elected ClarkREAD MORE
Services provided by Waste Management was the major topic of discussion at the last New Carlisle City Council meeting.
Resident Ron Cobb started theREAD MORE
New Carlisle City Council members appointed Jim Leathley to replace council member Bill McIntire, who resigned after moving out of the city.
Change came to Clark County on November 8, 2016 and with it came a new political address for former New Carlisle Mayor and now council member LowellREAD MORE
Although beautiful, autumn brings with it a whole mess of dead leaves that need to be raked, piled, and disposed of. After the kids get bored withREAD MORE
City Manager Randy Bridge informed New Carlisle City Council at their meeting on Monday that Belle Manor is ready to move patients to Dayview andREAD MORE
New Carlisle City Council member Bill McIntire has resigned from council.
He has moved out of the city, and is no longer eligible to sit on council.READ MORE
The City will be providing free leaf pick-up this fall. Please follow the guidelines listed below.
Rake all leaves into the street two feet from theREAD MORE
New Carlisle Finance Director Colleen Harris reported to City Council that the pool lost an estimated $2446 this season. She said that revenues wereREAD MORE
The New Carlisle City Council has voted to accept the bid submitted by Waste Management to continue the city’s trash pick-up for another four years.READ MORE
New Carlisle City Council passed an ordinance transferring $71,100 from the General Fund to the Street Fund. This represents the franchise fees paidREAD MORE
City Finance Director Colleen Harris presented City Council with a report showing that the pool has shown a profit of over $4000 as of the end ofREAD MORE
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