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2017 Carriage Parade video available

You can now purchase the city of Lebanon’s 2017 Carriage Parade video from the Lebanon Chamber Of Commerce. Enjoy all of the fun from this year’s carriage parade all over again. Order forms are available on the city’s website to download, or call the Chamber at 513-932-1100.


Leave No Trace presentation Jan. 2

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On Jan. 2 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Cox Arboretum MetroPark 6733 Springboro Pk., Miamisburg, is offering a presentation by Leave No Trace master educator Angie Sheldon on how The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics’ data-driven approach is teaching people how to enjoy the outdoors responsibly, through educational programs, high-quality training, and sound best practices. This event is free and open to ages 18 and up.


Snow removal information

The Road Department provides residents and businesses with snow removal on township maintained streets. To accomplish this task in a timely and efficient manner, the department has divided the township into nine routes.

Snowfalls of less than three inches are removed by melting the snow with rock salt. Rock salt application takes crews approximately four hours to treat all township maintained streets. Snowfalls of more than three inches require roadways to be plowed and salted to remove the heavy snow accumulation. This operation involves at least 10 hours to complete one pass with snow plows over all township roadways.

Weather conditions and traffic patterns can add a substantial amount of time to snow removal operations. To ensure fiscal responsibility and maintain motorist safety, township staff will assess each snow event and make minor adjustments through prioritizing township streets. What this means is the most heavily traveled streets will be treated first, followed by streets with steep grades and select intersections. Please adjust driving habits and time needed for travel to compensate for untreated roadways.


Temporary council meeting time change

The Village of Waynesville’s council meeting time has changed from 7:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. for the following meetings: Jan. 16, Feb. 20, March 20 and April 23.

These meetings will be held at the Waynesville Government Center, 1400 Lytle Road.

The public is welcome to attend.


Historical society holds genealogy nights

If you are interested in researching Germantown family, landmarks, or homes, Germantown Historical Society holds genealogy research nights downstairs at 47 W Center St. on the First and Third Thursday of every month, at 7 p.m. If you are unable to attend call 937-855-7951 to schedule an appointment.

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