Instead of solar panels on Powell’s municipal building, officials are considering a solar panel carport, picnic shelter or both. The former project was nixed due to structural engineering issues. Development Planner Eric Fischer, who originally had the vision for solar panels on Powell’s municipal building at 47 Hall St., said that using the technology can still be a reality, but approvals are required from the state’s Department of Development (ODOD).
Some elected officials in Delaware County have chosen to bow out of public office at the end of the year, while other familiar faces are seeking to make a return to the ballot this November. In total, 101 people filed paperwork with the Delaware County Board of Elections to run for 62 various township, school board and village and city council positions. The deadline for candidates wishing to run for local offices expiring at the end of this year passed at 4 p.m. Wednesday.
Aug 10 2011 | Posted in Current News
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Powell City Council members on Tuesday approved updates to a 15-year-old mutual aid agreement with law enforcement agencies.
Aug 2 2011 | Posted in Current News
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Powell City Council awarded a bid to G.Marchi & Son, LLC in the amount of $17,888.34 for the annual Sidewalk Repair and Replacement Program Tuesday evening.
Powell City Council will use Key Bank as its primary depository after having used Fifth Third Bank for the past five years. The decision was made Tuesday in accordance with the Ohio Revised Code, which requires the city to designate its active, interim and inactive funds to public depositories.