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Articles by Megan Bachman
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In the wake of business closures across the state to stem the spread of COVID-19, many in the village and township have lost their incomes. And, as in many other communities, hunger here is rising.
Village leaders struck a tone of concern and hopefulness in the face of the coronavirus outbreak as they updated the community on their responses to the crisis at a “virtual town hall” on Monday, March 16.
Villagers are stocking up and staying home as the impact of the global COVID-19 outbreak starts to be felt here, even without a confirmed local case of the disease.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has asked his cabinet members to trim up to 20% off of their budgets immediately, he said at the March 23 briefing.
During their tri-weekly virtual town hall, Yellow Springs and Miami Township leaders updated the community on the village’s evolving response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Ohio has suffered its first COVID-19 fatality, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine shared at the start of his March 20 briefing.
During the Ohio governor’s daily briefing, state leaders directly addressed those who are not taking seriously advice to stay home and away from other people as coronavirus infections ramp up in Ohio.
At its March 3 regular meeting, Village Council hashed out a letter to the Greene County Commissioners on their proposal to build a new county jail.
At the March 18 daily briefing, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced the latest new state measures to help stop the spread of COVID-19 — the closing of barbershops, beauty salons, tattoo parlors and hair and nail salons.
The prosecutor oversees a budget of around $2 million and a staff of 14 attorneys to represent the State of Ohio in all felony cases and juvenile crimes in the county and cases involving county agencies.