Bethel Township Fiscal Officer Melanie (Cochran) Dunbar announced that she has accepted another job at tonight's meeting of the Bethel Township Trustees.

Bethel Township prosecutor, Attorney Andrew Pickering, attended last week’s trustee meeting in order to answer legal questions from the community over the issue of Tillie Lane’s substantial flooding issues.

The last two weeks have been marked with heavy rainfall, and various residents living alongside Tillie Lane attended the Trustee meeting to demand a solution for the copious flooding which led to many of the Tillie Lane residents’ homes being flooded.

The township’s health insurance plan for public employees is yet to be sponsored for Bethel township.

Voters in Bethel Township will decide whether or not the fire department will be able to increase the salary for their first responders and provide them with the much needed funds to replace equipment that is due to expire.

The New Carlisle News submitted a series of questions to the three candidates who will appear on the November 7, 2017 ballot for the two seats on the Bethel Township Board of Trustees.

Last Tuesday, the Bethel trustees met to discuss developments from the Bethel contract deputy and fire departments, as well as community concerns.

Residents of the Village of Donnelsville may be getting a municipal water supply, with water supplied by Clark County.

Clark County’s zoning department sent two representatives to the Bethel Township Trustees meeting last Tuesday to give a special presentation at the meeting; they summarized the Clark County zoning plan to involve local township governments and citizens alike in the county department’s plans for zoning the area.

Last Tuesday, the Bethel trustees discussed the renewal of the township’s energy supplier contract.

The final assessments for the Phoneton waterline extension, scheduled for county commissioners’ approval this week, are less than half the initial estimate.

At the Bethel Township’s trustee meeting this Tuesday, the trustees passed a resolution that proposed a new fire levy on the upcoming election ballot.