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City council shares holiday reminders

City council shares holiday reminders

| November 23, 2021

The Nov. 22 Coshocton City Council meeting was filled with council members voting yes regarding council member wages, and city employee wages. Mayor Mark Mills took a few moments to remind residents that Christmas Magic and Lights will be taking place at the fairgrounds on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 3-4 from 6-9 p.m. He also […]

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Five people running for 3 city council seats

Five people running for 3 city council seats

| September 21, 2021

Coshocton City residents will find five people on their ballots for city council at large seats. They will be able to vote for three of the following people: Current City Councilman Thomas A. Barcroft (Republican); current City Councilwoman Michelle Turner Ganz (Democrat); Robert P. Leist (Nonparty Candidate); current City Councilman Glenn Mishler (Republican), and Rick […]

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Coshocton City Council exploring DORA

Coshocton City Council exploring DORA

| June 2, 2021

May was a busy month for Coshocton City Council with the appointment of a new council president, Tom Hilgenberg, cameras getting set up at Himebaugh Park, senior banners being placed on the court square, council members getting to meet in person after approximately a year of video meetings, and the mayor introducing and proposing DORA […]

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Mayor creates preservation arts task force

Mayor creates preservation arts task force

| April 27, 2021

The city council meeting that took place on April 26 was short but informative. Mayor Mark Mills discussed the Preservation Arts Task Force he created which includes the Coshocton Public Library, The Pomerene Center for the Arts, Our Town, some local businesses as well as a connection to Roscoe. According to Mills, the task force, […]

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City Council President Biggers says goodbye

City Council President Biggers says goodbye

| March 10, 2021

The Monday, March 8 city council meeting was a bitter sweet one as President Cliff Biggers shared that on March 3 he submitted his resignation as president, effective March 31. Biggers, who has been a resident of Coshocton County for 29 years, has served on city council as president for the past nine years. Biggers […]

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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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Mayor Mills encourages residents to mask up

Mayor Mills encourages residents to mask up

| November 24, 2020

At the Nov. 23 city council and committee meetings, it was shared that thanks to the CARES Act, Coshocton has received some additional COVID funding, which may allow the city to help some of the local schools with some projects. Mayor Mills took time during the meeting to encourage residents to step up and mask […]

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Coshocton to hold Trick or Treat Night on Oct. 31

Coshocton to hold Trick or Treat Night on Oct. 31

| September 29, 2020

At the Sept. 28 city council meeting held online via Zoom, Mayor Mark Mills announced that he has met with the sheriff’s office and one of the topics discussed was speeding in Coshocton. Mills was pleased to inform other committee and council members that tickets for speeding have started to be issued and will continue […]

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