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County to hear public opinion on tax increase

Loss of state funding has taken its toll on government offices at every level from townships up to county coffers. In order to fill that gap on the county level, the board of commissioners is looking at increasing the sales tax by 1/2 of a percent.

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Samantha Scoles/News A crew from DLZ Ohio Inc., Columbus, drills through Coshocton Avenue, in front of Chipotle, Thursday, as part of the exploratory process to determine how Coshocton Avenue can be widened to improve traffic flow through the intersection.

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A crew from DLZ Ohio Inc., Columbus, drills through Coshocton Avenue, in front of Chipotle, Thursday, as part of the exploratory process to determine how Coshocton Avenue can be widened to improve traffic flow through the intersection.

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Centerburg repairing tornado siren

Centerburg Village Council opened its meeting Monday with a moment of silence honoring the passing of retired Knox County Sheriff David Barber. Barber, who died Sunday, served as police chief for the village early in his law enforcement career.

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Centerburg proposes a stormwater utility

The Village of Centerburg will likely create a stormwater utility to fund maintenance and upgrades on the stormwater system as well as to place the village in a position to be able to handle expected mandates from the Environmental Protection Agency.

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Ichiban set to reopen

Following an inspection by the Knox County Health Department, Ichiban Sushi and Hibachi was given the green light to re-open this morning.

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