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LOCAL NOTES: Bingo canceled Sunday in Belle Center

 

The Top of Ohio Pet Shelter has announced bingo at the Richland Township Memorial Building has been canceled Sunday, June 15, because of sealing work on the floor.

It is expected the floor can accommodate the Thursday, June 19, bingo session as scheduled.

City zoning appeals to consider three requests

Three requests will be considered during a 4:45 p.m. June 24 meeting of the Bellefontaine Board of Zoning Appeals.

Rich and Sally Moldas of Russells Point are seeking a five-foot rear yard variance to constuct a new home with in 35 feet of the rear lot line at 101 Bent Pines Court. The typical setback for an R-1 (single-family residence) district is 40 feet.

Kay R. Burton of West Liberty wants the BZA to reconsider an earlier decision regarding a single-family home at 108 Colton Ave. She wants to convert the B-1 (neighborhood business) district residence into a double.

Ray Pulfer, 601 Oakwood Drive, is asking for a zoning exception to construct a 30-by-40-foot metal building on lot 2083 located near Springhill Street and Sandusky Avenue. The property is in an R-2 (one- and two-family residence) district.

Pertinent information is on file in the City Engineer’s office.

Concert band performance is Saturday

West Central Ohio Community Concert Band to perform at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, June 14.

The West Central Ohio Community Concert Band will perform a patriotic show at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Foundation Hall at Green Hills Community in West Liberty.

The band consists of amateur and semi-professional musicians from the area, whose goal is to enhance cultural enrichment for the community.

This event is free and open to the public and those attending are asked to dress in patriotic attire for the event.

Public meeting scheduled to discuss historic bridge rehab

Logan County Engineer’s Office conducts a public meeting to discuss its planned rehabilitation of the historic iron truss bridge northwest of DeGraff between 5 and 7 p.m., Wednesday, June 18, at the Bloomfield Township Building, 5726 County Road 21.

The engineer’s office plans to utilize federal highway funds to revamp the Whipple truss bridge, which spans the Great Miami River on County Road 21 in Bloomfield Township.

The structure was built in 1882, and its scheduled rehabilitation is to begin in 2015.

Additional local notes are available in Friday's Examiner.
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