Austin Landing signal plan set for review
A proposal to install a traffic light within Austin Landing is scheduled to be considered tonight.
The township’s zoning commission is set to review plans for a traffic signal to be installed near Kroger and Kohl’s on Landing Way. The plan calls for the signal and additional turn lanes to be part of the project, officials have said.
The work would impact the intersection of Landing Way and the current Kohl’s Access Road, as well as the intersection of Landing Way and Ohio 741 at the eastern entrance to Austin Landing, officials have said. The project, estimated to cost about $250,000, calls for the installation of the first traffic signal within the 142-acre development. It would include additional turn lanes at both intersections, officials have said. STAFF REPORT
High school set to perform fall drama
West Carrollton High School will present its fall drama on Wednesday and Thursday.
Performances of “The Mad Tea Party” are scheduled for 7 p.m. both nights in the school’s Guilder Auditorium.
Tickets are $3 for students and $5 for general admission. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. both nights.
Tickets will be available during lunch at school starting on Tuesday and at the door on performance nights. STAFF REPORT
Committee to discuss music center
The Huber Heights Administration Committee is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. today in City Council chambers, 6131 Taylorsville Road.
Items scheduled to be discussed include: music center update; LaMendola school property auction; employee evaluations; issuance of city debt; Carriage Trails public access easement agreement; and review/development (mission statement).
For more information, call 937-233-1423. STEVEN MATTHEWS
Intermediate school competing for grant
Brookville Intermediate School is one of 20 schools nationwide to be named a semifinalist in the Northrop Grumman Foundation’s Fab School Lab Competition.
Last June, the school submitted a 2-minute video and essay for a chance to win one of five grants worth up to $100,000 for a state-of-the-art STEM Lab from Northrop Grumman Foundation. Out of the 200 middle schools around the country to apply, Brookville is one of only 20 semifinalists.
“The vision for Brookville is to create a state-of-the-art design studio that contains robotics equipment, science kits, microscopes and other learning tools and provides a designated space for our students to learn. That’s what a Fab Lab is,” said Brookville STEM teacher Katie Henry.
Grant winners will be determined by votes from the public on Facebook.
For more information or to find out how to vote for the school, go to www.brookvilleschools.org.
League of Women Voters to view movie
The League of Women Voters will present the movie “Suffragette” at The Neon, 130 E. Fifth St., on Tuesday. Movie times are 2:50 p.m., 5:20 p.m. and 7:45 p.m.
The league will offer free popcorn to new members and will host a raffle.
“Suffragette” is inspired by true events of the women who risked it all for the right to vote.
For more information, call 937-228-4041. STAFF REPORT
City to check fire hydrants
Trotwood’s Fire & Rescue Department, in an effort to assure an adequate water supply for fighting fires and to help maintain the lowest insurance ratings possible, will be checking all fire hydrants for operation and flow.
The department will conduct fire hydrant checks beginning Thursday and continuing through Thursday, Dec. 10.
Residents are advised to check their tap water for clarity before doing any laundry during these dates. STAFF REPORT
State rep. announces Friday meeting
State Rep. Niraj Antani plans to host district office hours on Friday.
Residents of the 42nd Ohio House District interested in meeting with the Republican from Miami Twp. can do so between 3 and 4 p.m. Friday at the Miamisburg Branch Library, 35 S. 5th St. No appointment is necessary.
The 42nd Ohio House District includes Washington Twp., Miami Twp., Miamisburg, West Carrollton, Moraine, Germantown and German Twp. STAFF REPORT
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