Infrastructure & Services Section :: Page 5

  • To Xenia or Fairborn, via bus

    When Barbara Mann wanted to ride a bus this Monday morning, all she had to do was step off the curb in front of Tom’s Market and wave down the little white bus.

  • Library turns over a new page

    Librarians Ann Cooper, left, and Connie Collett helped design the new layout of the Yellow Springs Community Library, which recently underwent a major renovation. The more spacious lobby area seen behind them will promote better flow, while the new HVAC equipment, windows and doors may keep the 50-year-old building in good shape for another 50 years. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Patrons of the Yellow Springs Community Library have probably noticed a recent makeover which includes new carpeting and checkout stations as well as an expanded reference desk and rearranged book and DVD shelves.

  • Greene County to replace Hyde bridge

    A Greene County road crew member took a blow torch to the steel girders to dismantle the bridge last week.

    The historic Hyde Road bridge was dismantled last week and will be replaced later in the year.

  • Village’s own battery park

    The owners of electric cars may soon have a place to recharge their vehicles in Yellow Springs if the Village moves ahead with the installation of a charging station in the downtown vicinity.

  • Village to consider bidding on land parcel downtown

    The Village Station development that has been hanging on as a concept plan for office and retail space at the corner of Dayton and Railroad Streets is all but quashed. But an opportunity for a new idea may be coming soon.

  • Public Power Week in the village

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    This week is Public Power Week, a country-wide program in its 26th year that celebrates the importance of public power to local citizens. In recognition of Public Power Week, the Village of Yellow Springs has released an outline that enumerates the things the community has to be proud of as a public power community.

  • Solar panels generate discussion— Net metering rates debated

    On bright, sunny days, the electric meter at Harvey and Ruth Paige’s Meadow Lane residence spins backwards, thanks to solar photovoltaic array mounted in their backyard.

  • Gaunt Park Pool hours change

    Beginning Wednesday, Aug. 22, the Gaunt Park Pool will change its open hours during the week.

  • Village wins federal grant to enhance safety for kids

    Village children will more safely walk or bike to school within the next year, thanks to a collaborative effort between local citizens and Village government.

  • Village wins grant to enhance safety for kids

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    The Village of Yellow Springs was recently awarded more than $300,000 in federal money in a Safe Routes to School grant that aims to make walking or biking to school safer for kids.

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