Stories tagged with: south zanesville

July 1, 2012 - 11:41am
3 years 31 weeks ago

The Village of South Zanesville is under a water emergency.

South Zanesville Fiscal Officer Chris Kerby said to stop all unnecessary use of water including washing of cars and water lawns.

Kerby said boiling water is not required.

The reason for this emergency Kirby said is due to the water plant being damaged during Friday’s storms.

If you have any questions, you can contact the Village of South Zanesville at 454-2112.

June 29, 2012 - 9:55pm
3 years 32 weeks ago

The big storms that ripped through our area are causing problems in South Zanesville.  Village Officials are asking residents there to conserve water until further notice.

February 17, 2011 - 6:58pm
4 years 51 weeks ago

The boil alert for South Zanesville is lifted.

It began Monday after excess iron build up forced officials to shut down the Village's water plant.

Water Superintendent  Danny Wiseman notes, residents are no longer advised to boil all cooking and drinking water. He thanks residents for their cooperation.

February 15, 2011 - 3:08pm
4 years 51 weeks ago

A boil alert is still in affect for South Zanesville residents.

The village's water plant had to be temporarily shut down due to a blockage created from excess iron build-up. Mayor Dick Guss said they have been operating the same way for years, and isn't sure why the issue developed.

"It just kind of came on us all at once, we've been having little problems due to some leaks and stuff getting below levels in our tanks and then this blockage cut our capabilities of...

February 14, 2011 - 1:37pm
4 years 51 weeks ago

Problems at the South Zanesville Water Plant have forced officials to issue a boil alert for the Village.

Mayor Richard Guss says the boil alert may last several days.

Residents should boil all cooking and drinking water until further notice.

November 21, 2010 - 6:20pm
5 years 11 weeks ago

Thousands gathered along the Maysville Pike Sunday to watch the annual South Zanesville Holiday Parade.

The Parade highlighted creativity with a variety of uniquely designed floats. This year they even introduced a new theme.

"But this year really seemed to get people going. It was a Wild West Christmas. Almost everybody got into the feel of it. I think everybody likes the country theme, the music, the decorations, the floats, they were absolutely phenomenal,...

August 28, 2010 - 4:15pm
5 years 23 weeks ago

If you're looking for a place to take your furry friends, a new clinic in South Zanesville might be able to help you out.

Animal Crackers Veterinary Hospital opened their doors to the public on June 1, 2010, but today they gave community members the chance to check out all that they have to offer.

"Let people look around and see the behind the scenes of a veterinary hospital. We got several vendors out front, and cake and door prizes so we're doing pretty good,...

April 21, 2010 - 5:18pm
5 years 42 weeks ago

The South Zanesville Police Department is investigating what they call "crimes of opportunity".

During Sunday and Monday night there was a rash of thefts on South Pembroke Avenue, Kensington Avenue and Edmund Street. South Zanesville Police Chief, Eric Finley, says he believes the thefts are connected

"It is similar items that are being taken. Scrap metal things that people think might be junk, I have had tools taken, out of vehicles I've had a ladder...

October 28, 2009 - 2:05pm
6 years 15 weeks ago

There are a few changes to the Zanesville South Business Association Annual Christmas Parade.

This year there will be a fee of $50 for all commercial entries, but non profit groups do not need to worry about the fee.

"If you are a not for profit, girl or boy scout troop, church group, all those groups, there is no fee involved. We encourage them to get involved, in fact I find they have some of the most creative ideas," says Mollie Crooks the...

October 14, 2009 - 12:33pm
6 years 17 weeks ago

Some South Zanesville water customers are not happy after learning their water bills are going up 40 percent. The Village sent out letters to customers this past week. Mayor Richard Guss says it's not as bad as it sounds. He says a person living in the village, considered a minimum user – 500 cubic feet of water – would see their bi-monthly bill go form $17.42 to $24.39. If that person lived outside of the Village the same bill would go from $26.16 to $36.58. Mayor Guss says even...

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