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There are many ways to get involved and share your thoughts with government officials

There are many ways to get involved and share your thoughts with government officials

| February 3, 2021

With all of the chaos and issues that have been going on in the world, mostly at a national level, these unprecedented times can have people wondering what they can do, how they can help and how they can get involved. Whether one is looking to get involved on a federal, state or local level, […]

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West Lafayette, Coshocton waterline project to benefit residents and businesses

West Lafayette, Coshocton waterline project to benefit residents and businesses

| January 31, 2021

West Lafayette Mayor Steve Bordenkircher said there are a number of benefits in connecting the village water system to the Coshocton system. “Our water treatment plant is 20 years old,” Bordenkircher said. “We’ve been talking about this for about three years. In the southeast corner of the village, we had substandard piping and that has […]

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City tax returns due on or before April 15

| January 27, 2021

The 2020 city tax returns are due on or before April 15, 2021. Taxpayers are encouraged to use the outside drop box located at the Eighth Street parking lot or mail your correspondence. If you need tax preparation, forms are available at www.cityofcoshocton.com or they can be picked up at the local post office located […]

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Warsaw Mayor Ron Davis takes different approach with state of the village

Warsaw Mayor Ron Davis takes different approach with state of the village

| January 26, 2021

The state of village address is something that mayors are expected to deliver at the beginning of each year. Addressing the conditions of the village and to share what has happened, in the past year; also, to give some expectations and goals for the new year. Over the past 12 years, as mayor of the […]

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Bordenkircher shares highlights of past year in state of the village

Bordenkircher shares highlights of past year in state of the village

| January 26, 2021

2019 was a year of difficult challenges and accomplishments in our village, and 2020 challenged us in different ways as never before in modern times. Early in the year our community, our state, our country, and the entire world were faced with the COVID-19 pandemic which continues today. This has been a time of masks. […]

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Mills delivers state of the city

Mills delivers state of the city

| January 26, 2021

Wow! 2020 what a year, from the pandemic, to protests, to political uncertainty and terms like “we are in this together,” “new normal,” “unprecedented” and my personal favorite, “you’re on mute.” President Biggers, council members, elected officials, coworkers, and my fellow citizens. I would like to start by thanking my inner circle that surrounds me, […]

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Coshoctonians for Peace and Equality present at city council meeting

Coshoctonians for Peace and Equality present at city council meeting

| January 14, 2021

With so much chaos surrounding the presidential election and the riot that occurred at the United States Capitol on Jan. 6, Mayor Mills took time at the Jan.11 city council meeting to address the energy exerted throughout the nation. Mills said, “Basically, I look at it as definitely an energy waster to think about what […]

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SBA extends COVID-19 economic injury disaster loan application deadline

| January 6, 2021

The U.S. Small Business Administration announced that the deadline to apply for the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) program for the COVID-19 Pandemic disaster declaration is extended to Dec. 31, 2021. The deadline extension comes as a result of the recent bipartisan COVID-19 relief bill passed by Congress and enacted by President Trump on Dec. […]

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