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  • Council ranks transition items

    At their Jan. 3 meeting, Village Council members identified the work projects that Village Manager Mark Cundiff will finish before he leaves his job, along with priorities for the new interim manager.

  • Village to hire interim manager

    New Village interim manager Laura Curliss

    On Wednesday, Jan. 11, Village Council President Judith Hempfling announced that the Village and Laura Curliss of Wilmington had reached a contract agreement hiring Curliss as the Interim Village Manager. Council will officially vote on the new hire at its meeting Tuesday, Jan. 17.

  • Year in review 2012: Village leadership changes

    Year in review 2012: Village leadership changes

  • Special Council Meeting

    Holding an Executive Session for the purpose of discussing the employment of a Public Official. This meeting is closed to the public. January 5, 2012 at 2 p.m. RELATED POSTS: Council Meeting Agenda Curliss to leave Yellow Springs Village Council vacancy— Van der Heiden to fill seat Village Council— Pay hike gets initial OK Village’s […]

  • Public Meeting

    Council Meeting, Human Relation Committee

  • Solar farm is still on track

    As long as the sun continues to shine on Yellow Springs, the Village could begin receiving power from a local solar photovoltaic project in 2012.

  • Cundiff gets Sidney job

    Mark Cundiff will leave his position at the Village for a similar post in Sidney, OH. (News file photo)

    Village Manager Mark Cundiff will be leaving his position in Yellow Springs to take the job of city manager in Sidney.

  • Village settles with officer

    The Village reached a settlement earlier this month with a former Yellow Springs police officer over a claim he had filed with the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission (EEOC) last year over his right to continue working after acquiring a job-related disability.

  • Upgrade makes sewage plant shiny and new

    From left, Village treatment plant operator Brad Ault, intern Richard Stockton and water and wastewater superintendent Joe Bates reviewed the major upgrade to the Village Water Reclamation plant that was completed last month. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    After nearly two years of work and about $3 million in upgrades, the Village’s refurbished wastewater treatment plant now has not only higher water quality but also a new name.

  • Village Reclamation Plant gets a shine

    Water reclamation plant team stand over the clarifier at the plant on Grinnell Road.

    Villagers are invited to take a tour of the newly upgraded Water Reclamation Plant (formerly wastewater treatment plant) this Thursday, Dec. 29, 11–3 p.m.