Meeting schedule is based on meeting notices published by public bodies and regular meeting schedules. Meeting information may change after this is posted. Check this post for the most up-to-date information.
7pm: Ames Township Board of Trustees has a regular monthly meeting at the Ames Township Garage, 15900 Henry Rd, Amesville. In-person only.
5:30pm: Athens-Hocking Solid Waste District’s policy committee and its subcommittees have a regular monthly meeting at the Nelsonville Public Library, 95 W. Washington St., Nelsonville. In-person only. Agenda
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6pm: Athens Environment and Sustainability Commission has a regular monthly meeting at the Athens City Building, 8 E. Washington St., Athens. In-person only.
6pm: Nelsonville-York Board of Education has an organizational meeting followed by a regular monthly meeting at Nelsonville-York Middle School/High School cafeteria, 2 Buckeye Dr., Nelsonville. In-person only.
6pm: Albany Village Council Finance & Personnel Committee has a regular monthly meeting at the Albany Village Hall, 5153 Alton St., Albany. In-person only.
6:30pm: Albany Village Council has a regular biweekly meeting at the Albany Village Hall, 5153 Alton St., Albany. In-person only.
6pm: Buchtel Village Council has a regular monthly meeting at the Buchtel Village Hall, 17710 N. Akron Ave., Nelsonville. In-person only.
6pm: Dover Township Board of Trustees has a regular monthly meeting at the Dover Township Garage, 15947 Main St., Millfield. In-person only.
Local news roundup
News on our radar from around the county, state and region
The county’s new EMA/911 operations center, and the lack of progress in its construction, received scrutiny from county commissioners. (Athens Messenger)
The village of Chauncey is working on getting reinstated to the National Flood Insurance Program, with the help of County Planner Laura Olbers. It was removed for noncompliance in 2010. (Athens Messenger)
The Athens Conservancy was gifted the rights to coal reserves in parts of rural Athens County, ensuring that the coal will remain in the ground (except for that which was already approved to be mined under an existing lease). (The Athens Conservancy)
Ohio University transferred ownership of its Dysart Woods in Belmont County — the only old-growth forest in the state — to the Captina Conservancy, a local land trust. (The Intelligencer/Wheeling News-Register)
Local opposition sank a planned 400-megawatt solar energy facility in Pickaway County, one of the largest such projects to be canceled due to community dissent. (Inside Climate News)
Gov. Mike DeWine appointed Hamilton County prosecutor, DeWine family friend and firing squad enthusiast Joe Deters — who has never been a judge — to an empty seat on the Ohio Supreme Court. (Ohio Capital Journal/WEWS)
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