More Licking County News
Ernst Todd Bowers, 50 of 688 Citation Drive, was indicted by a Licking County Grand Jury last week on one count of grand theft, a fourth-degree felony, for improperly using $67,000 of the Watkins Memorial High School Band Boosters' money.
Pataskala City Councilwoman Pat Sagar Monday, July 21, responded to questions submitted in writing by Carl Roshong, one of the residents who initiated an Aug. 19 recall election of Sagar.
Gibson has been studying the martial art for three years.
The program taught children about birds of prey in Ohio. ONE is based in Johnstown.
Two Licking County levies will appear on the November general election ballot for continued assistance to the county's senior citizens and children.
Pataskala's Street Committee is considering ways to alleviate traffic concerns on Granville Street.
The Pataskala Division of Police is investigating two thefts of prescription medication reportedly taken from residences July 18 and 21.
New Albany business park
A convoluted situation in New Albany's Business Park East is starting to affect Johnstown and Pataskala.
The West Licking Joint Fire District will seek two levy renewals in November.
David Fulmer's attorneys filed an appeal July 15 in Licking County Common Pleas Court to the West Licking Joint Fire District board's July 10 decision to fire the chief a second time.
Pataskala City Council plans at a future meeting to review a potential salary increase and title change for police Capt. Michael Boals.
Southwest Licking school board members on July 17 voted 4-1 to place a five-year, substitute renewal emergency operating levy on the November ballot.
The Licking Heights school board on June 10 voted 5-0 to purchase six refurbished modular classrooms for Licking Heights High School.
The Pataskala Division of Police cited three people, two of them for OVI, following a traffic stop July 15.
Fire department consortium
The Madison Township Fire Department is looking for some new recruits, and is partnering with several other communities and the C-TEC Adult Education Center to minimize costs and give applicants more job opportunities.