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Arbor Day Celebration Set for April 25 PDF E-mail

Dozens of local Boy & Girl Scouts and other children will join local leaders in celebrating Arbor Day at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, April 25, at Wilson Park.

The children will help plant a Red Sunset Maple tree near the main playground while Mayor Jeff Sanner reads a proclamation. The Mayor and children will be joined by other city council members and City Beautiful Commission members. Children will earn a tree patch for their participation.

The City of West Carrollton earned its 25th certificate as a Tree City USA member during a ceremony Friday, April 11, in Tipp City, Ohio.

Participation in the Tree City USA program requires that the city performs tree care programs, enacts a community tree ordinance, funds a community forestry program; and celebrate Arbor Day with a community ceremony.

For more information, contact Christian Mattingly, parks and recreation director, at (937) 859-5181 x2.

Rail Road Crossing Repairs to Start May 5 PDF E-mail

Railroad crossing repairs that were originally scheduled for last December have been rescheduled for May and June.

The repairs, done by Norfolk Southern, will be completed in two different projects.

Repairs at the Alex-Bell Road crossing are scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. on Monday, May 5, and continue for about five days, according to Maureen Parsons, city engineer.

Westbound Alex-Bell Road traffic will turn left on Kimberly Lane before the crossing, and turn right on Alex Road to access Central Avenue/Dixie Drive in either direction. Eastbound Alex-Bell Road traffic should utilize E. Dixie Drive, turning right on Springboro Pike, and turning either direction on Alex-Bell Road.

Final Exit 47 Project Now Underway PDF E-mail

The pointWork began April 8 on the final phase of Exit 47 reconstruction project, which will be coordinated by the Ohio Department of Transportation.

Double Jay Construction based in Englewood is the project contractor. The $469,233 project is being funded with a $281,540 Federal Transportation Enhancement grant and $187,693 in local funding.

The work includes new landscaping along E. Dixie Drive from the I-75 northbound ramps to the area of ‘The Point’ where E. Dixie Drive and E. Central Avenue join.

Three new stone ‘Welcome to West Carrollton’ gateway signs will be constructed at the northbound entrance and southbound exit ramps as well as at a new community gathering area that will be created at ‘The Point’ near El Meson restaurant.

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