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Trick or Treat Tonight 6-8 p.m. PDF E-mail

Trick or Treat will be held tonight, Thursday, Oct. 31, from 6 to 8 p.m.

“Rain or shine, the decision to send kids out for Halloween is a parents’ decision,” said Mayor Jeff Sanner. “In late fall, there are no guarantees with the weather,” he said.

Parents are encouraged to dress themselves and their children with rain gear and layers that can be removed if necessary. Please use your best judgement and remember to get indoors as soon as possible if you see lightning or hear thunder.

Many other local communities, with the exception of Miami Township, have also decided to keep the originally scheduled date.

Additional options for local families tonight include ‘Trunk or Treat’ events planned for 6 to 8 p.m. at the First Baptist Church, 705 S. Elm St., and the Church of the Nazarene, 550 S. Elm St. The events will be held indoors if necessary.

 

 
Traffic to be Closed at Rail Road Crossings PDF E-mail

Traffic will be closed on both Alex Road and Alex-Bell Road between Kimberly Lane and E. Dixie Drive for rail crossing reconstruction beginning Monday, Dec. 2, weather permitting.

The construction, which involves realigning the rails and repaving the asphalt between the lines, is expected to be complete in approximately one week. Detour routes will be posted.

Non-commercial vehicles will be rerouted and permitted to use residential streets such as Elm Street and Gibbons Road.

However, commercial truck traffic will be rerouted to Springboro Pike and Dixie Drive or via Kimberly Lane to Alex Road and S.R. 725.

For more information, see attached map, or call Maureen Parsons, city engineer, or Rich Norton, service director, at (937) 859-5184.

 

 
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.

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