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Oxford City Council continues to approve development

Discussions of a new truck for the fire department, fresh curbs and sidewalks, and a brand new Talawanda Oxford Pantry and Social Services (TOPSS) facility took up the most of Oxford’s Feb. 6 city council meeting. Enthusiasm for these projects came from both council members and members of the community.

Miami University student Antonio Alejandro advises City Council to consider changing an ordinance on managed natural lawn areas to a resolution.

Oxford passes new regulations for pet owners

The meeting had two resolutions, one increasing the legal director’s hourly rate from $135 an hour to $155 and the other extending an option for the city manager to purchase real estate with Episcopal Retirement Services by a month, both passing unanimously.