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Statewide pot petition disquiets Pataskala City Council

Pataskala City Council members want to talk more about the Mink Street land included in a petition to legalize marijuana in Ohio.

Police will raise funds to replace K-9s nearing retirement

The Pataskala Division of Police is trying to raise money to replace its two police dogs, Nero and Junior, both of whom are 7 years old.
Police beat

Pataskala: False reports kept officers busy early on Valentine's Day

The Pataskala Division of Police was out in full force in the early morning hours of Valentine's Day to investigate reports of a burglary and a shooting scene, both of which turned out to be false alarms.

King: Salt barn would more than triple city's storage capacity

Pataskala leaders are considering construction of a salt barn to increase the city's storage capacity.
Licking Heights

Three teachers awarded county foundation grants

The Licking County Foundation is helping three Licking Heights teachers go the extra mile -- one of them quite literally -- for their students.

Rapt attention

Legalization group wants to raise pot on Mink Street

Pataskala officials were surprised last week when they learned that 35 acres on Mink Street was listed on a petition to allow residents to grow, process and sell medical marijuana in Ohio.

Leaders will compare police needs to other cities

Pataskala leaders are looking at other cities' police buildings to determine how to proceed with changes to the Pataskala Division of Police headquarters.
Police beat

Pataskala: Motorists urged to remove keys, valuables from vehicles

Pataskala Division of Police officers are looking for a 2012 Hyundai reported stolen at 6:16 p.m. Feb. 8 from a residence in the 500 block of Stable Street.
Kasich’s proposed budget

Districts in line for funding increases

Although both the Licking Heights and Southwest Licking school districts would receive small increases in state funding in Gov. John Kasich’s proposed biennial budget, both districts’ treasurers had sober reactions to the news.

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