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Articles by Jessica Thomas
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After two failed attempts to levy funds for a new jail through sales tax, and nearly a year of decisions about finance, design and size, the Greene County Commissioners and sheriff’s office will break ground on a $61 million, 250-bed jail this spring.
Yellow Springs police officers will have a new feature in the coming months — body-worn cameras.
Once completed, the 290,000-square-foot Emerge Trade and Recovery facility will offer live-in recovery services, provide job training and provide a place for those recently emancipated from the foster system.
Tuesday, Dec. 27, marked the annual Kwanzaa celebration for villagers.
As the sun set on Sunday, Dec. 18, a group of villagers gathered to celebrate the first night of Hanukkah at a potluck.
At the last Council meeting of 2022, Council members heard from several Lawson Place residents voicing their concern for two long-term residents whose lease had been terminated by Village Manager Josué Salmerón, who is acting as property manager for the apartments.
It was a productive year for the Village Council of Yellow Springs. From new appointments to the group to the bevy of legislation passed throughout the year, Council had a busy 2022.
From significant Village Council decisions to the return of many in-person events throughout the village, 2022 was a big year for Yellow Springs.
On Wednesday, Dec. 7 — the most recent meeting between members of the Yellow Springs Board of Education, Village Council and Miami Township Trustees — the three entities discussed their respective financial futures.
At its final meeting of 2022 on Dec. 19, Village Council members passed the 2023 budget, which included an additional $40,000 for affordable housing and investments in the Public Works department, including money for additional personnel and wage increases.