Starlight Industries is planning a renovation on its Zane Street building.
Starlight had 65 employees on waivers for 18 months and they are now back. The company is renovating to add necessary office space for those extra employees. Superintendent, John Hill, met with the Muskingum County Commissioners today to get approval for the project.
"Currently we have service coordination offices in that building plus central office staff, so we're just kind of replicating four...
There is a new senior housing development in the works.
Valley View Place looks to help provide an aging population with affordable senior housing. Michael Hood of the Muskingum County Community Action Committee met with the county commissioners this afternoon to give an update on the project.
The commissioners gave Hood a letter of support, earlier this year, to help get the grants and loans necessary to build the complex. Commissioner Jerry Lavy said it is a necessary project...
Muskingum County Commissioner's stand by their decision to not authorize the county engineer to work on a shelter house for a local baseball league.
Thursday, members of Y-city Baseball approached county commissioners about writing a letter authorizing Doug Davis to draw up plans for a shelter house. At that time Commissioners Jerry Lavy and Jim Porter said they wouldn't give approval based on Davis never asking for permission before and not wanting every private non-profit asking for...
The Muskingum County commissioners were supposed to be presented with multiple bids for road resurfacing in both Philo and Dresden Monday morning.
However, there was only one bid for Philo repairs and no bids for Dresden.
"With the Philo project that actual bid exceeded ten percent of our estimate, so we will have to re-bid that project," Sheila Samson, the Community Development Director for Muskingum County said. "With Dresden we did not receive any bids, so we...
The Muskingum County Commissioners and Muskingum County Job and Family Services reached an agreement on rent rates this morning.
The two organizations share a building at 1830 East Pike. The building is owned by the commissioners, and Job and Family Services pays an annual rent to use it. But sharing a building is just one way the two work together. Job and Family Services receives funds from the county, but thanks to new, state funds they will need a little less this year.
Howard Stewart of the Southeast Area Transit District addressed the Muskingum County Commissioners Thursday afternoon. The meeting focused on renewing funds for 2015.
The county commissioners have supported the bus service in the past, and that will not change for next year. Stewart requested a renewal of the $10,000 the county gave SEAT this year. That plan was agreed upon. Stewart said that SEAT is providing a service and people are utilizing it.