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Batavia to fill council vacancy

Batavia village councilwoman Suzanne Gregg has resigned her seat, and village officials are soliciting letters of interest from residents interested in filling the position. Mayor John Thebout read Gregg’s letter to council at its regular meeting Jan. 5. In the letter, Gregg thanked voters for their trust and support, and encouraged residents to get involved in village government. […]

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Rules of council discussed at Amelia meeting

Amelia council members discussed various amendments and wording for the rules of council at their regular meeting Jan. 5. Councilman Derrick Campbell and councilwoman Pam Troxell had reviewed the rules and offered a suggestion to correct the wording regarding council members receiving their packets of information relating to upcoming council meetings. […]

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Former coach pleads guilty

A guilty plea was entered in Clermont County Common Pleas Court by Randall Ralston on Wednesday, Dec. 31, 2008, after a plea deal was negotiated with prosecutors. Ralston, 39, of Anderson Township, was indicted in October 2008 on one count of rape and 13 counts of unlawful sexual conduct involving two girls, age 15, whom he coached in a summer basketball league from June through August. […]

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West Clermont voters to decide on 6.91 mill levy

Voters in the West Clermont Local School District will be deciding the fate of a levy on the ballot Tuesday, May 5. The 6.91 mill continuing levy would replace the 7.9 mill five-year emergency levy that was passed in 2004. The current levy expires at the end of 2009. According to Alana Cropper, treasurer for West Clermont Local School District, the substitute levy will generate no additional money for the schools, as it is a continuation of the one in effect now. […]

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Parishioners’ prayers are answered

After waiting for more than 50 years, the congregation at St. Bernadette Parish in Pierce Township has received an answer to their prayers. The Archdiocese of Cincinnati recently granted permission for the parish to build their long-awaited church. The congregation of St. Bernadette has raised more than $1.6 million and the building is expected to cost $1.7 million. […]

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Williamsburg to have school levy on ballot

Williamsburg Local School District is feeling the budget crunch that is plaguing school districts throughout the nation and they will ask voters to help bear the burden in a special election set for Tuesday, Feb. 3. The increase and renewal is for 8.4 mills over a five year period with the increase showing up on the 2010 property tax. […]