Times seeks input on area’s unique qualities
The Marietta Times wants to know what you think makes Washington County and surrounding areas unique.
What are the characteristics, people, places, organizations and activities that combine to make this area like no other place on Earth? Is it the confluence of the Ohio and Muskingum rivers or the businesses known for their ties to the community and reputations beyond? Is it the general history of the area, how much the residents cherish that history or certain specific events or locations? How about annual events and festivals that draw people here from abroad or tug them back home?
The Times is planning a special edition focusing on the top things that make the area unique. Submit your suggestions online at MariettaTimes.com, by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 376-5447.
Buildings and grounds group meets today
BEVERLY — The Fort Frye Local School District Board of Education will have a buildings and grounds committee meeting at 3 p.m. today in the superintendent’s office at Beverly-Center Elementary School, 510 Fifth St.
Group to talk about levy at Belpre Middle
BELPRE — The Committee for Better Schools will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday at Belpre Middle School to discuss the upcoming levy for the March 4 ballot.
Ohio EPA speaker to discuss source water
A Source Water Protection Planning combined meeting for Devola, Lowell and Beverly will be held 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday in Room E118 at Washington State Community College.
Guest speaker Scott Kester, from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, will discuss the Source Water Protection Planning process and specific OEPA requirements for plan approval. Planning team members from each water district and water system operators will be on hand.
Interested residents of these areas are welcome.
From local reports