Chillicothe Council Approves Police Purchases in Long Agenda

Monday evening, Chillicothe Council passed all but one of their 18 items...including helping the police.

Safety Service chair Joel Fleurima saw three major purchases, as part of a single bond, get approval.

It includes new radio equipment, a system to share information with the county when an updated 9-1-1 system is ready, two new police vehicles, and provision for new police dog.

The also city accepted a state grant to mostly pay for a large amount of new police body armor.


In case you wait to the last minute to do those income can't wait as long for the city's dues.

Chillicothe Auditor Kristal Spetnagel announced that she will have special hours so you can pay your city taxes on time.

She said, starting on Wednesday, her office will be open extended hours from 4:30 to 6pm on weekdays. That includes the final Monday.

In case you missed that: Unlike the IRS, you can't wait to until midnight on the 15th for the city.

Kevin Coleman regularly reports on Chillicothe & Circleville councils and local culture



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