Next Week With The City Of Delaware

12 May , 2022  

By 1808Delaware

Coming next week with the City of Delaware:

Street Sweeping:

Street sweeping begins Monday, May 16 and will require approximately eight weeks to complete. Signage will be posted at key entrances to the area undergoing sweeping activity to alert motorists and residents of the activity.

  • Vehicles should not park on the street during activity hours so the sweeper can reach the curb.
  • Do not blow or rake leaves or yard waste into the roadway in advance, as this will inhibit the sweeping process.

Public questions regarding the program may be directed to 740-203-1810. More…



Harness Horseman Banquet Coming To Polaris

30 Dec , 2021  

Special to 1808Delaware

The Ohio Harness Horsemen’s Association Awards Banquet and Annual Meeting will be held January 15, 2022, at the Hilton Columbus-Polaris, 8700 Lyra Drive, Columbus, Ohio.

Ten divisional horse winners will be honored at the banquet, as well as the naming of the 2021 Ohio Horse of the Year. The OHHA will also present the Dick Brandt Sr. Extra Effort Award, the Terry Holton Youth Award, the 2021 Outstanding Groom Award, the Maynard & Stella Hagemeyer Significant Contribution Award, and OHHA Special Recognition Awards. In addition, the United States Harness Writers Association – Ohio Chapter annual awards will also be presented, as will the Ohio State Racing Commission’s Kaltenbach Awards. More…

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DACC April Board Meeting On Thursday

14 Apr , 2021  

By 1808Delaware; DACC

The DACC April Board Meeting will be held on April 15 at 6:30 PM in the DACC Board Room. Click here to access the address and directions to DACC.

The Board of Education meets throughout the year to review the strategic direction of the Delaware Area Career Center and continuously look for areas of improvement. Information about current

Board Members and minutes of past meetings can be found on the Board of Education page. More…

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Liberty Township

Liberty Township Trustees To Meet

20 Apr , 2020  

The business of local government goes on during a pandemic, as is evident in the agenda set for Monday’s virtual meeting of the Liberty Township Trustees.

In addition to routine matters including the approval of purchase orders, bills, and warrants, the Board will consider two expenditure authorizations and will also engage in discussion on three topics.

Legislation to be considered include approval of the purchase of guardrail repair at an estimated cost of $3,365. More…