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City Receives Land Donation PDF E-mail

The city recently received a donation of 5.349 acres of property from the Charles T. Kunesh Trust.

The vacant land is located between Elm Street and Royal Ridge Drive behind a shopping center located on Alex Road. The deed transfer was completed in September. “We appreciate this generous donation,” said Tom Ross, economic development director.

Members of the trust include John Kunesh, Kristine Kunesh-Part, Michael Kunesh, and Susan Viox-Kunesh. John Kunesh, a dentist and son to Charles, said that the family has owned the land since the early 1990s.

Ross said the city currently has no specific plans for the property, but looks forward to future development of the site.

City Approves Changes to Animal Ordinances PDF E-mail

In hopes of improving the handling of animal control violations, the city council has approved several changes to the city’s codes of ordinances. The amendments were approved on Tuesday, Oct. 8 and will go into effect on Friday, Nov. 8.

“The city receives numerous complaints – primarily dealing with roaming cats,” said Carl Enterman, code enforcement officer. “However, the old regulations made it difficult to do anything about the cats or other pet-related problems,” he said.

Farmers Market Season Finale Set for Oct. 22 PDF E-mail

8-6-13 2The city of West Carrollton’s Farmers Market, 833 E. Central Ave., will host its first season finale with a Food Truck Rally on October 22.

The market is open each Tuesday from 3 to 7 p.m. at a city-owned vacant lot located between the U.S. Post Office and Taco Bell restaurant.

Confirmed food truck vendors for the season finale include: C'est Cheese, Coldstone Mobile, Dayton Urban BBQ, El Meson Express, Mohawk Freestyle Grill, Rib-N-It, Sled Dawgs, and Sweet Eats. Additional interested vendors should contact Erika Mattingly at (937) 847-4634 or e-mail .

Thirteen vendors, featuring consumable products ranging from fruits, vegetables, maple syrup, bread, handmade soaps, jams, hot sauces, baked goods and meats and dairy shares, have participated during the season which began on May 28. Those vendors include: Anderson Brick Oven, Barbara’s Chocolates, Blairquist Speciality Meats, Bubbles, Bows & More, Downing Fruit Farm, El Meson, Huffman’s Maple Syrup, Karolyn’s Gardens, Silva Scensations, Sled Dawg, Spring Valley Farm, Tom’s Garden, Natural Landscaping Services.

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