Residents in the City of New Carlisle are learning that their polling place has moved yet again and this time it isn’t within walking distance.

New Carlisle City Manager Randy Bridge reported to council at their meeting on Monday night that he has received 12 applications for the Fire Administrator/Chief position that was advertised in the Miami Valley newspapers.

Recent reports of a growing economy in Clark County are translating to new businesses and business expansion in the City of New Carlisle.

The New Carlisle Fire Department appears to be turning around based on the report by Interim Chief Ritter at the council meeting on Monday evening.

The November ballot is set and the three incumbents on New Carlisle City Council will be challenged by three new candidates hoping to unseat one or more of the current council members.

Rick Ritter has been named Interim Chief of the New Carlisle Fire Division, and said he intends to focus on recruiting more volunteer members who live within the department’s response area.

DSC 5221As the City of New Carlisle moves into a new phase of law enforcement coverage for the city, the Clark County Sheriff’s office in cooperation with city council and City Manager Randy Bridge, all agree that increasing the number of dedicated contractual hours for the city is important.

New Carlisle’s new City Manager Randy Bridge talked candidly with the New Carlisle News late last week about his thoughts on taking on the role of city manager amid the issues facing the city as well as his goals for the future.

Maryland Governor Bob Ehrlich attended the Young Republicans meeting held Saturday, April 25 at the Methodist Church in New Carlisle.

After allowing their differences of opinion to come between them at Monday night’s council meeting, New Carlisle City Councilman Ethan Reynolds and Police Levy Chairman Bill Lindsey met Wednesday evening to discuss the issues facing the city as well as sorting out the tensions that arose between them earlier in the week.

At a special meeting on Monday evening, the New Carlisle City Council met and approved an ordinance that will abolish the positions of Secretary/Clerk/Assistant Tax Administrator and the position of Finance Clerk both of which are currently vacant.

Members of the New Carlisle Farmers’ Market planning committee met last week to begin organizing the event for the upcoming summer.

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