Councilman Fuller shares update from Our Town Coshocton

| September 26, 2017

COSHOCTON – Coshocton City Council had a light agenda for its Sept. 25 meeting.

Coshocton Service Director Max Crown said the major paving projects in the community are completed. They are now looking at what funding they have left and what side streets the city might be able to get paved with that money.

Councilman Roger Moore asked if the city had an ordinance dealing with whether or not trucks delivering to businesses could block intersections or alleys. City Law Director Bob Skelton said they do have one and it specifies a certain time frame is allowed, but they would have to check what that length of time is.

“If someone is a habitual violator I suggest you turn the issue over to Max (Crown) or the sheriff’s office,” Skelton said.

Councilman Brad Fuller then shared an update on Our Town Coshocton, which meets on the fourth Monday of the month.

“They have been talking about a lighting project for the courthouse,” he said. “The Commissioners have met with the company they are interested in using and even had a second meeting, but there are some changes that need to be made. The judge wants things done a certain way.”

Fuller also shared that the 2018 bacon festival will be held Sept. 7-8.

City Council President Cliff Biggers gave each of the council members, Mayor Steve Mercer and Crown information from the Ohio Highway Patrol designed to help citizens understand signs of human trafficking.


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