As the New Year began, property owners around Clark County found greetings from the Treasurer in the form of their annual tax bill. This year for the…

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The Mad River Township Trustees began their practice of holding meetings the day following a Monday holiday on Tuesday, January 21. Trustees learned that within a week since their last meeting January 13, the Enon/Mad River Township Fire and EMS Department had responded to yet another serious accident related to the extreme weather conditions. Chief Tracy Young reported that his crews responded to 174 calls in the month of December with the average response time of five minutes. The chief again praised his crew for their quick response and professional work with the Hustead crews at the accident between a semi and vehicle on S. Tecumseh Road. According to Chief Young the driver of the vehicle involved in the accident was transported to the hospital by ground due to weather conditions that did not allow for an air evacuation. The driver was treated and then transported by helicopter to The Ohio State Medical Center where he received additional treatment. Young reported that the driver was in critical condition and credited the crews for the driver’s survival noting that the physician indicated that this could have been a fatality. Young reported that the crews were summoned to a scene in Hunter’s Glen on January 20th for a gunshot wound and again acted with a high level of professionalism.…

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The Safe and Sound program in Mad River Township has received a generous donation from one of their participants. Our readers may remember meeting Frances Steve-Gibbons back in 2012. Gibbons was 92 years young at the time and had recently visited the World War II Memorial in our nation’s capitol with a group of fellow veterans traveling on Honor Flight. Gibbons was interviewed wearing her Navy Nurse uniform that she wore while serving our country.

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