More Licking County News
Pataskala Mayor Mike Compton found himself surrounded by many tools of destruction the morning of Oct. 22.
Pataskala City Council on Oct. 20 welcomed its new planning and zoning director, Scott Fulton of Worthington.
After receiving several complaints from residents, Pataskala City Council members on Oct. 20 questioned officials from the Regional Income Tax Agency, which collects income taxes for Pataskala and other municipalities in central Ohio.
The New Albany-Plain Township Historical Society will showcase renovations to the historic Ealy House at 6359 Dublin-Granville Road during a series of open houses in the next few weeks.
Election Day will be eventful for Licking County voters as many will cast their ballots for three county levies: children services, senior citizens and the county library.
Old town hall improvements
Pataskala City Council members disagree on what to do with a $200,000 grant from a recent state capital bill that could be used to install public restrooms and an elevator in the old town hall building at 430 S. Main St.
Residents with outstanding warrants for not attending an arraignment or payment-plan review in Pataskala Mayor's Court might be served in November and transported to the court, said court magistrate Kip Kelsey.
The Pataskala Division of Police is investigating three recent thefts, one of which resulted from an open garage door and another that involved an outdoor building:
Pataskala City Council on Oct. 20 welcomed its new planning director, Scott Fulton of Worthington.
West Licking fire district
The West Licking Joint Fire District is asking voters for a five-year, 1-mill renewal levy and a five-year, 2-mill renewal levy to continue providing service to 50,000 residents in Licking County.
County auditor race
Incumbent Republican Michael Smith is facing challenger Democrat Matt Clark for Licking County auditor on the Nov. 4 ballot.
The Pataskala Division of Police arrested two people for receiving stolen property at 2:41 p.m. Oct. 13.
Direct Energy and ThisWeek Community News are seeking nominations for the third annual Columbus Volunteer Citizen of the Year award.
Southwest Licking school board members on Oct. 16 voted 4-0, with Roger Zeune absent, to place a 4.7-mill bond issue on the February 2015 ballot.