New Carlisle City Council voted unanimously to put an additional 3 mill levy on the May 8 ballot. The levy is for five years.
“We’re having seriousREAD MORE
New Carlisle City Council passed an ordinance Monday evening raising water rates each year for the next four years.
The action was taken partly to payREAD MORE
New Carlisle City Council held a work session Monday evening to discuss the aging water system and how to pay for improvements.
Council discussedREAD MORE
Several citizens addressed New Carlisle City Council at their meeting Monday evening regarding Issue 4, the ballot issue to give city residents whoREAD MORE
The upcoming November 7, 2017 ballot will soon be seen by the citizens of New Carlisle, and it will contain the initiative petition number 4 that willREAD MORE
New Carlisle City Council held a special meeting on Tuesday (October 3) to pass an ordinance allowing the City to spend tax dollars for politicalREAD MORE
City Manager Randy Bridge presented New Carlisle City Council with his proposed cuts to the City’s budget at the council’s meeting on Monday.
The City of New Carlisle appeared before the Clark County Board of Elections on Thursday, August 31, 2017 for a special hearing to present their caseREAD MORE
The city’s council held a meeting at Smith Field House on August 7th and while several administrative tasks were dispensed with, it was whenREAD MORE
In a work session meeting on August 3, the City Manager, Randy Bridge, met with the city council to introduce the subject of hiring a company toREAD MORE
New Carlisle City Council introduced an ordinance at their July 3 meeting that would make it easier for residents to add porches to their buildings.OrdinancesREAD MORE
The Ohio Department of Transportation and the City of New Carlisle held a public forum last Wednesday regarding the proposed turn lanes at Main andREAD MORE
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