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May
23
2022

Village Council Section

  • Village Council reviews Yellow Springs’ energy contracts

    Village Council heard a first reading on a measure that would allow Village Manager Josué Salmerón to continue negotiations on an energy contract with American Municipal Power.

  • Gavin DeVore fills open Village Council seat

    DeVore Leonard has a background as a community organizer, working for organizations such as Columbus-based One Ohio Now, and the Center for Progressive Leadership, which is based in Cincinnati.

  • Village Council sets new social media rules

    At its regular Monday, April 18 meeting, the first in-person meeting in months, Village Council unanimously passed legislation adopting rules for Council members wanting to engage online.

  • Lisa Kreeger resigns from Village Council

    Lisa Kreeger has announced her resignation from Village Council. First elected in 2017, Kreeger is in the second of a four-year term on Council.

  • Village Council becomes fiscal sponsor for Chamber

    At the April 4 Village Council meeting, held virtually via Zoom, Village Council members unanimously voted to become the fiscal sponsor for the Yellow Springs Chamber of Commerce.

  • Village Council discusses public records, conduct

    At its regular April 4 meeting, held virtually via Zoom, Village Council members discussed the possibility of charging individuals for public records that are costly to the Village.

  • Village Council reviews body worn camera policy

    Accountability while protecting the privacy of individuals — that’s the goal of the body worn camera policy a group of villagers presented to Village Council at its virtual meeting on Monday, March 21.

  • Council continues Citizen Review Board discussions

    At its Monday, March 7 meeting, held virtually via Zoom, Village Council members debated whether to press forward with setting aside money to hire an attorney to review the Citizen Review Board, or CRB, proposal.

  • Village Council talks masks, in-person meetings

    At its Monday, March 7 meeting, held virtually via Zoom, Village Council discussed the mask ordinance for the business district, and began a discussion about holding in-person Council meetings.

  • Village Council eyes procedures, commissions

    The procedure discussion followed the receipt of several communications about Council President Brian Housh’s social media decorum, including comments made about students at Yellow Springs Schools.

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