The London City School District met in regular session on Tuesday.
The Village of West Jefferson is moving forward on a number of land acquisitions.
It was an entertaining back-and-forth contest all night, but the West Jefferson Roughriders football team came up a handful of yards short in a 49-42 loss at the hands of visiting Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy Saturday in the opening round of the Division V Playoffs.
Dr. Tony Xenikis will be the new Madison County Commissioner.
Here is a list of results from Tuesday’s election in Madison County:
The much discussed London fire levy was voted down.
Madison County citizens with disabilities are very active in their community. Tuesday will be no exception. Penny Powers, Ginger Shaw, Whitney Shoaf, and Marlyn Zeeck went through training conducted by Madison County Board of Election Director Tim Ward on Nov. 2 at MATCO Services. They will be working at the polls at both West Jefferson High School and London High School this Election Day, Nov. 6. Among their duties will be as greeters and distributing the security/privacy sleeves for voters’ ballots. In addition to being served by MATCO, the individuals are also served by Madison County Board of Developmental Disabilities. On hand to celebrate the training were from left, front row: Zeeck, Powers, Shoaf and Shaw. Back row, from left: Director Ward, MATCO CEO Van Viney and MCBDD Superintendent Susan Thompson.
On Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018, Uptown Plain City Organization’s (UPCO’s) Christmas Under the Clock will be held on Main Street and Chillicothe Street in Plain City and spread out to Jefferson Avenue. In its seventeenth year, the event is free to the public and will begin at 5 p.m. with the tree lighting ceremony kicking off the official holiday season in Plain City.
Burying the Bicentennial Time Capsule will have to wait another week.
Children will get to experience voting at the London Public Library. Beginning Monday, Nov. 5, patrons can vote for their favorite book characters. The first round of voting consists of 10 candidates for younger readers and 10 candidates for older readers. Children will be able to vote in the primaries from Monday, Nov. 5 through Saturday, Nov. 17.