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Subject: Americorps VISTA needed to assist business incubation project in southern Ohio

Ohio University Southern and LIGHTS Regional Innovation are seeking applications for an Americorps VISTA position to work with the planned business incubation project for Lawrence County. Applications will be accepted April 1-April 30, 2019.

The VISTA Member will:
(1) develop a business plan to launch the business development and incubation project;
(2) assist in the preparation and submission of grant proposals to secure future funding to develop and implement programs as part of the business development and incubation project organization;
(3) develop new revenue generation opportunities increasing sustainability of the business development and incubation project programming;
(4) track and report on all project plan outputs and outcomes on a quarterly basis; and,
(5) research new partnership opportunities and pursue those partnerships.

The successful candidate will begin VISTA duties June 10, 2019 through June 8, 2020. For more information and to apply, please visit:

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Please be advised, the Ironton Sanitation Department will be operating on a normal schedule on GOOD Friday.
No delays!


Public Service Announcement

Survey crews working on the CSO Sewer Separation project will be working between Mastin Avenue and Vesuvius Street thru the month of April. We encourage all motorists to slow down and be aware of the presence of construction workers in the area.


PSA: Survey crews working on the CSO Sewer Separation project will be working between Mastin Avenue and Vesuvius Street thru the month of April. We encourage all motorists to slow down and be aware of the presence of construction workers in the area. Thank You


Weather is warming up and soon you'll notice more orange barrels on Ohio roadways. In an effort to keep roadside workers safe, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and the Ohio Department of Transportation are joining other state and local transportation agencies across the United States to mark National Work Zone Safety Awareness Week.

Last year, four construction workers, including ODOT employee John Pasko, were killed while working along our roads. They were among the 14 people killed in Ohio work zone crashes.

"Drivers should always give their full attention to the road, but work zones require even more attention from drivers,"

Ohio law requires motorists to move over a lane for all roadside workers. If they cannot move over, drivers should slow down.

Safety Tips for Driving in Work Zones:
• Plan ahead. Work zones account for an estimated 10 percent of overall congestion and nearly 24 percent of unexpected freeway delays. Expect delays, plan for them, and leave early to reach your destination on time. When you can, avoid work zones altogether by using alternate routes. You can find construction and traffic information at and with the OHGO app.
• Obey road crews and signs. When approaching a work zone, watch for cones, barrels, signs, large vehicles, or workers in bright-colored vests to warn you and direct you where to go.
• Slow down. Look for signs indicating the speed limit through the work zone. Keep a safe distance from the vehicle ahead of you and follow the posted speed limit.
• Move over. Ohio law mandates that you move over a lane when passing work crews, emergency vehicles, tow trucks, or any other vehicle parked on the shoulder with flashing warning lights.
• Avoid distractions. Keep your eyes on the road and off your phone.
• Watch for sudden stoppages. In 2017, 25 percent of fatal work zone crashes in the U.S. involved rear-end collisions. Watch for large vehicles. Don’t make sudden lane changes in front of trucks that are trying to slow down.

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2019 Ironton Public Forum January 31, 2019

Here’s our Public Forum recorded at OUSC in January! Thanks for Liking & Sharing!

Ironton City Public Forum recorded January 31st, 2019 at The Mains Rotunda on Ohio University Southern's Campus.


Public Announcement.......
The large water break at North 5th St. has been repaired. No boil advisory in effect.



Due to a water service line break on the North end of town, residents in those area may experience discolored water and or low water pressure.

There is no boil advisory established at this time.

Please run your water until the discoloration is gone.

Sorry for the inconvenience this may cause.


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