TUESDAY, AUG. 1
Ada council – 6:30 p.m., council chambers
THURSDAY, JULY 27
Forest-Jackson Public Library Board of Trustees – 9 a.m., library meeting room
A Taylor Creek start-up brewery has received approval from the Kenton Hardin Health Board to use a Porta-John at its site until it can get a septic system installed.
During its regular meeting on Tuesday, the board unanimously approved a motion allowing the Paradune Brewery to use a Porta-John system until Sept. 28, 2018, which is the deadline to have a septic system in place according to their permit to install received from the Ohio EPA.
The Hardin County mayor’s organization will welcome Jon Cross as its meeting on Wednesday at 6 p.m. in Vets Hall in the courthouse.
Cross is a Republican primary candidate for the Ohio House 83rd Representative in the primary election this spring.
TUESDAY, JULY 25
Hardin Community School Board – 7:30 a.m., board room at 400 Decatur St., Kenton
MONDAY, JULY 24
Kenton City Council – 7 p.m., chambers
The Kenton City Schools Board of Education will be having a special board meeting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 25 at the Board of Education Office, located at 222 W. Carrol St. in Kenton. The meeting is being held for the purpose of hiring personnel.
Whether its the dead of the night at 2 a.m. or the bustle of the day at noon, customers know when they walk into the Fillin’ Station that in addition to a good meal, there likely will be plenty of interesting banter - whether it be among the patrons or with owners Dawn Martino and DeLea Bowers.
They also know if they drop an “F-bomb” it will cost them.
THURSDAY, JULY 20
Hardin Soil and Water Conservation District Board – 7:30 a.m., district office, 12751 Ohio 309, west of Kenton
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A large crowd made its way to Ohio Northern University’s observatory in Ada to watch the eclipse on Monday afternoon.
“It’s been three great days so far,” Kenton City Schools Superintendent Jennifer Penczarski said of the opening of the 2017-2018 school year.
She recapped activities that took place prior to the first day of school during the board of education meeting Monday night.
Kenton City Council’s Finance Committee is asking the administration and department heads to be as precise as possible when it comes to the 2018 city budget.
During its monthly meeting Monday night, member David Beazley said the city expects to fall short of its projected income tax revenue for 2017 and “we can’t expect it to increase next year.”