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New Carlisle City Council approved the city’s operating budget for 2017. The budget, which exceeds $6 million, must be submitted to the County Auditor

New Carlisle City Council did not pass an ordinance to raise water rates an estimated 35% over the next three years. The increase in rates was to pay

An ordinance was put before City Council to raise water rates 35% over three years. The increase is needed to pay for needed repairs to the water

WHO: · Ohio Treasurer’s Office · Randy Bridge, City Manager WHAT: Officials from the City of New Carlisle will join the Ohio Treasurer’s Office for a

City Manager Randy Bridge informed New Carlisle City Council at their meeting last Monday that he has met with the City’s legal representative, and

Local author, Janet Lee Robinson, knows a thing or two about friendship and how the changes in life can affect them. She has even written a book on

Brand-new New Carlisle City Council appointee, Jim Leathley, says he is both “honored and excited” at the prospect of serving the city’s citizens for

Aaron Leighty is ready to roll up his sleeves get busy serving New Carlisle residents as the city’s newly-minted city councilman. Leighty was

Aaron Leighty was appointed to New Carlisle City Council to fill the seat vacated by Lowell McGlothin. McGlothin resigned after being elected Clark

Services provided by Waste Management was the major topic of discussion at the last New Carlisle City Council meeting. Resident Ron Cobb started the

New Carlisle City Council members appointed Jim Leathley to replace council member Bill McIntire, who resigned after moving out of the city. Leathley

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