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  • Yellow Springers pay more, receive more in public services

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    Yellow Springs is a more expensive place to live than many cities and towns surrounding it, but village residents also benefit from a wider range of public services than other places as well, including access to one of the only municipal swimming pools in Greene County.

  • Police seize marijuana

    Two heavy marijuana traffickers were arrested in Yellow Springs on Thursday night, March 3, in a joint bust.

  • Man attempts to rob US Bank

    At 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 3, a US Bank employee reported that someone had attempted to rob the bank.

  • Revenue drop leads to levy renewal

    On May 3 Yellow Springers will be asked to vote on Issue 1, a renewal of the current Village five-year 8.4 mill property tax levy due to expire at the end of 2011.

  • Energy report cards firststep towards conservation

    Energy report cards will soon be sent to some residents in hopes that the data will spur residents to make energy-efficiency upgrades to their homes.

  • Village affordable housing project elicits community support, concerns

    In a discussion of a proposed affordable housing development at Village Council’s Feb. 22 meeting, some villagers spoke in support of the potential public/private partnership to build four permanently-affordable homes.

  • 2010 Census results released

    The annual Yellow Springs Clean-up Week takes place next week, Monday, May 14, through Friday, May 18. Villagers may put most household items out by the curb to be hauled away.

    The population of the Village of Yellow Springs is 3,487, according to data released from the U.S. Census Bureau today. Population in the village fell from 3,761 in 2000, a 7.3 percent drop.

  • Solar farm discussion continues

    SolarVision installed a 224-kilowatt solar array at the Athens Community Center last year.

    The Village is exploring the technical requirements for a 2 to 5 megawatt solar photovoltaic array that may be built in the Village. In a conference call this week, plans were made to study the Village’s electric distribution system before Council discusses SolarVision’s proposal at its March 22 meeting.

  • Attempted theft at US Bank

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    At 12:30 p.m. today a man attempted a bank robbery at US Bank.

  • New business on Stutzman site

    Village Council at its Feb. 7 meeting unanimously approved entering into a lease with villager Mitchell George for a new business located at the former site of Stutzman’s Nursery on U.S. 68 North.

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