From The Print Last Week Section
Villagers can help shape the future of town by contributing to the comprehensive land use plan now being developed by the Village of Yellow Springs.
A new trail will connect Yellow Springs and Agraria, Community Solutions’ center for regenerative land use located west of the village.
An “unnamed tributary” to Mud Run Creek recently got a name. Yellow Springs, meet “Coyote Run.”
A citizen group investigating a Yellow Springs Police Department disciplinary matter has completed its work, according to the Village last month.
The shelves at Benzer Pharmacy, formerly Town Drug, are being restocked, and medication is reportedly coming in daily, after dwindling merchandise and delays in drug orders.
For students with the highest need, Antioch College will soon be tuition-free.
The Yellow Springs school board is moving forward with repairs and upgrades at the high school’s outdoor athletic field and track.
Sue Neff, 81, is preparing to return to Harbour Island in the Bahamas this month to teach culinary arts at the Harbour Island Trade School.
Next year the Village of Yellow Springs is projected to bring in $13.9 million and spend $15.4 million, according to a draft budget Council considered at its Nov. 4 meeting.
The barricades and signs along Short, South Walnut and Limestone streets were taken down earlier this week as a three-week temporary transportation project downtown came to an end.
The Village of Yellow Springs is now gathering opinions and observations of the traffic trial in hopes of deciding on a permanent solution for the area. An online survey closes after Nov. 23.