New Carlisle City Council held a special meeting on Tuesday (October 3) to pass an ordinance allowing the City to spend tax dollars for political purposes.

At the September 13, 2017 meeting of the Clark County Commissioners, County Administrator Jennifer Hutchinson reported that the county and city officials toured several communities in Northern Ohio.

At the September 12, 2017 meeting of the Bethel Township (Miami) Trustees, the Bethel Township Trustees voted against a request to re-zone 8.

Clark County’s zoning department sent two representatives to the Bethel Township Trustees meeting last Tuesday to give a special presentation at the meeting; they summarized the Clark County zoning plan to involve local township governments and citizens alike in the county department’s plans for zoning the area.

City Manager Randy Bridge presented New Carlisle City Council with his proposed cuts to the City’s budget at the council’s meeting on Monday.

At the August 30, 2017 meeting of the Clark County Commissioners, County Administrator Jennifer Hutchinson updated the commissioners on the progress being made on the Strategic Plan the Commissioners put in place this year.

The City of New Carlisle appeared before the Clark County Board of Elections on Thursday, August 31, 2017 for a special hearing to present their case for protesting the petition filed by Kelli Bartlett a resident of the city.

The Clark County Commissioners in a move that is designed to support the services of the Dog Wardens Office and meet Ohio Revised Code announced the opening of a county run dog shelter.

The Clark County Commissioners reopened a discussion continued from August 2, 2017 on a rezoning request filled by Jason Horowitz to rezone a one acre parcel currently zone R-1 Residence and a one acre parcel currently zoned B-2 Community Business to B-1 Neighborhood Business.

Clark County Sheriff Deb Burchett unveiled the jail’s new Michael S.

This Saturday, August 19, the Clark County Combined Health District (CCCHD) is providing the second of two opportunities for Clark County residents to safely dispose of scrap tires Free of Charge!