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Coey wants to turn trash into treasure

Nathan Coey, Pataskala's utilities director, has asked for $250,000 in the 2015 budget to install a larger sludge pad at the city's wastewater-treatment facility on Shawnee Loop South.
Old town hall grant

Theater board to foot bill for cost study

The Sterling Theater board of directors recently agreed to pay Robertson Construction Services of Newark up to $1,000 to determine costs associated with proposed theater renovations.
Police beat

Pataskala: Several theft reports under investigation

The Pataskala Division of Police is investigating several recent theft reports, two of which involved vehicle break-ins:

Bagley: Licking Heights is 'financially sound'

Based on the strength of its five-year financial forecast, the Licking Heights school district might stay off the ballot until 2017 or even 2018.

Warriors fall in playoffs

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Funding for parks prompts budget debate

Pataskala City Council on Nov. 10 began an in-depth review of the 2015 budget.
Southwest Licking schools

Bond issue tabled, 'will have to wait'

One day before the Nov. 4 election, the Southwest Licking school board voted 3-2 during a special meeting to table a potential bond issue for the February 2015 ballot.
Police beat

Pataskala: Beams, firewood among items stolen in recent theft reports

Several thefts were reported to the Pataskala Division of Police earlier this month.
Grant money lost

Hartford back in business, but dissolution try still stings

With an overwhelming 133-19 vote, Hartford residents rejected a measure to dissolve the village, guaranteeing Hartford would remain for the time being.

Tours demonstrate home living for those with limitations

Older adults and people with physical limitations will get to see how design might provide independent and quality living during tours of the Universal Design Living Laboratory, 6141 Clark State Road, from noon to 6 p.m. daily through Sunday, Nov. 23.

Ohio State fund helps military veterans connect

Four years ago, New Albany resident Jim Miller was standing with 17 of his friends at his father's grave in Arlington National Cemetery when he decided he wanted to help veterans.

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