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|News Headlines from Tuesday, December 10th, 2013|
Coshocton, Muskingum and Perry counties are under a Level 1 Snow Emergency. A Level 1 means roadways are hazardous with blowing and drifting snow. Roads are also icy; drive carefully.
night Newark’s Safety Committee voted to send to full City Council a
proposal to remove pit bulls from the vicious dog list if they pass
the American Kennel Club Good Citizen Test.
Also last night, the Finance Committee voted to send Mayor Jeff
Hall’s 2014 budget onto full City Council.
The second public meeting to present the plan for the Newark Downtown Streetscape Project will be held Wednesday, December 11 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at the Newark Metropolitan Hotel. The Streetscape Project is a part of the ReNewark effort to revitalize the downtown in conjunction with an upcoming EPA mandated sewer separation project.
economic development director Newark Development Partners, said during
the meeting OHM Advisors, the city’s streetscape consultants, will
be presenting their fact-finding and ideas to the public.
The Newark School Board approved the Strategic Plan during Monday night’s regular meeting.
Outreach Coordinator Seth Roy said the Strategic Plan is a process
that started a number of year’s ago involving the community that set
the future path for Newark City School District.
NEW POLICE OFFICER
Newark Police Department has a new officer.
The city held a swearing-in ceremony Monday morning in City
Council Chambers for officer Chelsea Rubio.
Rubio’s hiring brings the police department’s staffing
numbers to 71 officers.
DEER NUMBERS ARE DOWN
hunters checked 75,408 deer during the weeklong gun hunting season,
according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.
That’s down from last year’s harvest of 86,964. Coshocton
County hunters led the way with 2,658 deer checked; Muskingum County
hunters were second with 2,604. Licking
County hunters checked 1,887 deer, 9th best in the state.
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