Flags will be lowered Thursday, April 6, 2017 in the state of Ohio from sunrise to sunset in honor of the interment of Col. John Glenn at Arlington National Cemetery. Click below to view the official flag lowering notification from Ohio Governor John Kasich.
The 2017 Annual Tree Seeding Sale offers 25 different native trees and shrubs available to purchase until the March 17 deadline. The sale is a joint effort between Warren & Butler County Soil and Water Conservation Districts to increase reforestation efforts throughout the region.
Orders must be placed online at: www.warrenswcd.com by March 17. Tree pickup will be at the Warren or Butler County Fairgrounds on Thursday-Saturday April 6-8. Please contact Warren County SWCD at 513-695-1337 with any questions or issues with the ordering process.
Officer Katie Gee was honored at the January 24 Council meeting with a Proclamation that was read by Mayor Randy Winkler. Officer Gee was recognized for her compassion, empathy, and professionalism in a couple of recent cases, and has gradually taken on more responsibilities in her day-to-day duties. A big thank you to Officer Gee for her caring and dedicated service to the community and residents of Carlisle.
Carlisle's annual Memorial Tree Lighting will take place on Monday, December 5 at 7:00 p.m. at Carlisle Town Hall. This year's tree will be lit in memory of David Hatton. Santa will appear after the ceremony and the evening will conclude with cookies and cocoa at the New Jersey Presbyterian Church.
Police Officer Eligibility List
Municipality of Carlisle, OH
(Starting Salary: $40,102 annual/$19.28 hourly)
The Municipality of Carlisle is seeking applications for a Police Officer Eligibility List. Requirements: high school diploma or equivalent; 21 yrs of age; possess OPOTA Basic Police Certificate or currently be in an academy. See Village website at www.carlisleoh.org for additional requirements and job description.
Mayor Randy Winkler declared October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month by reading a proclamation at the October 11 Village Council Meeting. Mayor Winkler stated that October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and it is a platform for education of the importance of early detection. Mayor Winkler encouraged all residents, businesses, organizations, and other interested groups to join in activities that will increase awareness to prevent breast cancer.
Breast Cancer Awareness Proclamation
Mayor Randy Winkler declared October 9 through October 15 as Fire Prevention Week and read a proclamation at the October 11 Village Council Meeting. Mayor Winkler encouraged all residents of Carlisle to replace the batteries in their smoke detectors and replace all smoke detectors after 10 years to help increase their safety from fires.
Fire Prevention Week Proclamation
The Carlisle Fire Department will be hosting an open house at the Fire Department to kick off National Fire Prevention Week.The event takes place at the Carlisle Fire Station—367 Lincoln Drive – on Monday, October 10th, 5:30 pm-8:30 pm.
Come meet your local firefighters and learn valuable information about what you can do to practice fire safety all year long.
Thanks to a generous grant from the Ohio EPA, from October 3 to October 8, Carlisle residents will be able to dispose of scrap tires at no charge. The drop-off location is at the Carlisle Service Department at 474 Fairview Drive.
Monday, October 3: 8 am - 7 pm
Tuesday, October 4 through Thursday, October 6: 8 am - 3:30 pm
Friday, October 7: 8 am - 7 pm
Saturday, October 8: 8 am - Noon
Greg Wallace, Planning/Zoning Administrator has retired after over 22 years of public service with the Village of Carlisle. Mr. Wallace has served the community in various positions because as is true with most small communities, employees wear "many hats" and Mr. Wallace has held the positions of Fire Chief to Service Director to Interim City Manager. Residents may also remember him as the "Master Hot Dog Roaster" at the Police Department's National Night Out event held every August at Roscoe Roof Park. "Mr. Wallace was a dedicated public servant to the citizens of Carlisle and his expertise and corporate knowledge will be missed," said Village Manager Sherry Callahan. Greg has always had a willingness to do whatever was asked of him. "From floods to snow, Greg was always the first one to be there when we needed help," said Service Director Dan Casson. Retirement usually means travel, hobbies, or volunteering, but not so with Greg. Mr. Wallace will be the new Executive Director of the Montgomery County Fair and we wish him the best of luck in this new endeavor. (Pic. Greg Wallace and Mayor Randy Winkler)