In recognition of Child Abuse Prevention Month, the Clermont County Department of Job and Family Services has teamed up with four local churches to increase the county residents’ awareness of child abuse in the county. St. Thomas Moore Catholic Church, Union Township, Eastside Christian Church, Milford, Mt. Carmel Christian Church, and Bethel United Methodist Church have teamed up with the DJFS to display bruise colored Pinwheels For Prevention to make the residents more aware of the prevalence of child abuse in the county and what they can do to prevent it. […]
Union Township has filed a temporary restraining order against an escort service found to be operating without applying for a business permit. Village Administrator Ken Geis said the township received an anonymous complaint that the business was operating out of 495 Old State Route 74. […]
A complaint filed against Municipal Court Judge Thomas Herman, candidate for Common Pleas Court Judge, was dismissed by the Ohio Elections Commission after a 20-minute long probable cause hearing. Common Pleas Court Judge candidate Daniel “Woody” Breyer filed the complaint with the OEC, alleging that Herman “deliberately engaged in a pattern of misconduct.” […]
The village of Amelia is hard-pressed to do more with less as the village struggles to operate in the black. The village dismissed the village administrator, zoning employees, a supervisor, and a full-time police officer in order to balance the 2010 budget. […]
The Union Township Trustees approved two new overlay district applications which will allow two existing businesses to expand. Eastgate Crossing developers received permission to expand the former Office Depot in the Eastgate Kroger’s development. The building will be occupied by JoAnn Fabrics, which will vacate its current location on Eastgate South Drive. […]
The railroad bridge over Main Street in Batavia is getting a facelift thanks to the Village Association of Batavia. The group has been planning to repaint the bridge since 1994, two years after the organization formed. “The trestle has been in our vision for several years,” VOAB President Tony Thomas said. “We really just wanted to give it a nice coat of paint and maybe add a historical sign.” […]
Clerco Inc. is providing a valuable service to the county records management division. Clerco partners with the Clermont County Developmental Disabilities board to provide meaningful and paid employment for individuals with mental retardation and developmental disabilities. Clerco, Inc. provides six employees and a manager for the division through its enclave program. […]
| Chris Clingman, Director of the Clermont County Park District, encourages everyone to make use of the district’s wonderful parks as spring weather arrives.
The parks offer hiking and nature trails, and many recreational opportunities.
For more information, visit the Clermont County Park District at parks.clermontcountyohio.gov
The University of Cincinnati Clermont is one step closer to holding classes in the office building at the former Batavia Ford Transmission Plant. U.C. announced Thursday, April 1 that Industrial Realty Group LLC was issued $6.1 million in bonds to be used towards the purchase of the plant and IRG immediately wired the money and obtained the property title. […]
The Clermont County Transportation Improvement District is moving forward with plans to develop an Intelligent Transportation System to control traffic lights in major thoroughfares in the northwestern area of the county. The computer based system would be able to coordinate traffic controls from Milford to Beechmont Avenue, something TID Secretary Treasurer Steve Wharton says will reduce congestion and increase safety in the area. […]