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Amelia dissolution measure will not be on ballot

A measure to dissolve the village of Amelia will not be seen on the Nov. 4 ballot. Amelia mayor Leroy Ellington, administrator Mark Menz, and village solicitor Laura Abrams were told Aug. 25 by the Clermont County Board of Elections that the petition submitted by the Amelia Residents for Fiscal Responsibility, the group leading the charge to dissolve the 108-year-old village, did not contain enough valid signatures to make the official ballot. […]

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Village doubts validity of petition signatures

Amelia is raising questions concerning the validity of some of the signatures on the petition calling for a village dissolution measure to be put on the Nov. 4 ballot. Amelia Mayor Leroy Ellington, who received the dissolution petition from the newly-formed group Amelia Residents For Fiscal Responsibility at the Aug. 18 council meeting, said that there are about 10 pages that have questionable signatures. […]

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Complaint filed against Batavia

A complaint has been filed in the Clermont County Court of Common Pleas against the village of Batavia. In the complaint, which has been filed by village resident Summer Tyler, the village is accused of violating the Open Meetings Act by failing to give proper notice of public meetings and making them open to the public. […]

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Veterans Bike Show held at fairgrounds

The Southwest Ohio Veterans Bike Show was a terrific success, according to organizers. Held all day at the Clermont County Fairgrounds Aug. 24 and attracting an estimated 2,000 people, the first annual bike show was sponsored by the Clermont County Veterans of America (CCCVA) Chapter 649 and the Ohio National Guard, in cooperation with the Clermont County Veteran’s Service Office. […]

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Milford to allow homeschoolers to attend classes

Homeschooled students who reside in the Milford Exempted Village School District can now participate in extracurricular school activities and attend classes on a part time basis. In the past, Milford had a policy that did not permit students who are homeschooled to attend classes, despite parent requests that students be allowed to attend advanced high school classes, and music and art classes at the elementary level. […]