Clay Street will be closed today for main gas line replacement at approximately 501 Clay Street. This closure will be between Park Drive and John Street with work taking place in the bend on Clay Street. Duke Energy & Miller Pipeline will be making these repairs and hope to have the street back open early in the afternoon.
Friday July 21, 2017
1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Holiday Inn Express
851 Commerce Center Drive
Franklin, Ohio 45005
Miami Valley Gaming
Ernst Metal Technologies
Noble Tool Corp
Global Graphene Group
Select Industries Corp
Tickets $10 each, 500 tickets to be sold
Tickets are sold by the Carlisle Fire Department and are available now on a first come, first served basis. Anyone interested in tickets can contact Chief Joel Holbrook – email@example.com
Rules: All tickets eligible for each of the 4 drawings. Drawings will be held on every Monday in November. Winners will be notified by phone. Winners MUST be able to pass all required State and Federal background checks in order to take possession of the gun. All winners will be given a cash option in lieu of the gun. Decision on cash or gun option is final and must be determined upon notification. All winners will be required to obtain gun certificates at the FFL Dealer. Cash option will be arranged for issuance by the CFA and the winner. The Carlisle Fire Auxiliary is not responsible for any incidental or optional charges incurred by the winner or the FFL Dealer. All gun prices are MSRP and may not reflect the actual cash option given. All members and family of the CFA are eligible for the raffle and prizes awarded.
Drawings will be for the following;
H&M Defense .223/5.56 first Monday
Ruger LC9S second Monday
Sig 320 third Monday
Glock 43 fourth Monday
Special thanks to Deadwood Guns, Ammo, and Range of Carlisle Ohio 45005 www.deadwoodgunsandammo.com
Community Job Fair
1 PM-4 PM/ July 14th, 2017
At Springboro Municipal Building
320 W Central Ave., Springboro, OH 45066
Essity(Formerly Waussau Paper)
The Census Bureau
Carlisle Council recently approved a parcel in the southeastern portion of the Carlisle Business Park as a tentative site for a medical-marijuana cultivation facility. Their decision has gained some attention by members of the press, community, as well as the surrounding area. Although some individuals have expressed either full support or complete opposition on this often controversial topic, many are wanting to understand exactly what has been approved to be built within the Village limits and what does that mean to their families.
The proposed facility will be used to cultivate or grow the product for medical use only. The grown product will be transported to an approved processing facility that will transform the plant into a usable medical form.
The product cannot be sold or distributed to an end user for any reason—only to a processing facility. Although the State of Ohio will eventually allow dispensaries throughout the state, the law indicates that it is illegal for a cultivator or processor of medical marijuana to also be a dispensary.
The end product of medical marijuana is not the same as the end product of recreational marijuana. The components in recreational marijuana that produce the “high” effect are minimized or not used at all in the production of medical marijuana.
THE LOCAL BENEFIT
The agreed purchase price of the land will pay off a long-existing debt associated with the Carlisle Business Park which will free up money in the budget that could be used for public services such as supporting the Carlisle Police Department.
The facility will initially bring 20-25 new jobs into the Village which will provide an on-going economic benefit through income tax collection and utilization of our sewer and water systems.
The State of Ohio has set very high financial and infrastructure standards for the medical-marijuana business. Should the company succeed at acquiring a cultivation license, the facility will more than likely be the most regulated and secure facility in the area.
For more information about the State of Ohio's rules for medical marijuana, visit the official State of Ohio website at:
Repaving of Central Avenue Scheduled to Begin on June 29th!
Central Avenue will be resurfaced from the traffic light at Dayton-Oxford Road through the Village to Chamberlain Road. Crews will maintain traffic in this area while flaggers reduce vehicles to one lane during work hours.
Bridge Work on Jamaica Road Scheduled to Begin on July 3rd!
Montgomery County will be replacing the small bridge on Jamaica Road just outside of the Village limits, prior to the "S" curve. This work will close Jamaica Road for approximately 45 days.
Temporary cold patch repairs have been made and the crossing is now open to traffic. We appreciate your patience! There will be a need to close the crossing again in the near future to make permanent asphalt repairs. We will keep the community posted on that closing date.
The Norfolk Southern railroad crossing will be closed on Union Road to repair the track. The crossing will be closed as soon as the repair crew is on-site, which should be within the hour. They anticipate that the repairs will be done today (Wednesday) – but not certain exactly what time. NSF has indicated that they will be handling the temporary detour.
Flags of the United States of America and the State of Ohio shall be flown at half-staff upon all public buildings and grounds throughout the state of Ohio from sunrise to sunset on May 15, 2017.
In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15th as National Peace Officers Memorial Day and the calendar week in which May 15th falls as National Police Week. Established by a joint resolution of Congress in 1962, National Police Week pays special recognition to those law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty for the safety and protection of others.
Car crashes are the #1 cause of death among children in the United States. Depending on age, weight and height, children need to be in car seats, booster seats, or seat belts every time they are in a car.
The Warren County Health District will be giving away booster seats to WIC income eligible families (not required to participate in the WIC program but must be within WIC income guidelines) at the Franklin Public Library on Saturday, May 20th - 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. (Supplies are limited) For more information on car seats visit: www.safekids.org