The Chillicothe City Council took action on two items during an executive session this week. Chillicothe City Clerk Rozanne Frampton reports the council hired Brenda Buck and Daniel King as full-time 911 dispatchers. The council also voted to pay Police Records Clerk Ellen Parrack $14.50 per hour with the final vote by the council four […]
The Chillicothe City Council voted to terminate the employment of a city employee during an executive session Monday. The council voted four to zero to terminate Police Dispatcher Caitlin Howell’s employment.
The Chillicothe City Council passed an ordinance during an executive session Monday evening that authorized an amendment to the employment agreement with City Administrator Darin Chappell. The amendment involved automatically renewing Chappell’s contract each April 1st, commencing April 1st, 2021 for successive one-year terms. It also involved setting his annual base salary at $130,000 for […]
The Chillicothe City Council will hold a special meeting and swearing-in ceremony next week. The special meeting will be held at Chillicothe City Hall on Wednesday, April 10th at noon. The agenda includes recognition in memory of Chuck Haney, Tom Douglas, and Paul Howard and recognition of outgoing Mayor Reed Dupy. Elected and appointed officials […]
The Chillicothe City Council will hold a public hearing to consider an ordinance adopting the 2019-2020 budget for the City of Chillicothe and Chillicothe Municipal Utilities at its meeting Monday. The meeting will be at the Chillicothe City Hall on Monday evening, March 25th at 6:30. Other items on the agenda include ordinances amending the […]
The Chillicothe City Council voted to hire two full-time employees during an executive session this week. William (Billy) Cummings was hired as a firefighter/emergency medical technician with the condition of becoming a paramedic. Chillicothe City Clerk Roze Frampton reports he will begin his position April 1st. Hannah Hicks was hired as an assistant auditor and […]
The Chillicothe City Council will hold a workshop and its regular meeting next week along with the Chillicothe Municipal Airport Advisory Board. The workshop and meetings will be held at the Chillicothe City Hall with the workshop to discuss the 2019-2020 budget will be held Monday evening, March 11th at 5:30. The city council will […]
The Chillicothe City Council approved hiring two employees for the Chillicothe Police Department and several promotions for the Chillicothe Fire Department during an executive session this week. Caitlin Howell was hired as a full-time dispatcher and Brian Schmidt was hired as a part-time police officer. Promotions for the fire department included Aaron Minnick from Lieutenant […]
Another filing has been made for an office with the city of Chillicothe. Michael Smith filed Tuesday for third ward city councilman which sets up a three-way race for the seat on the council. Others who filed are John Plaster Junior and Buell Applebury. The filing period closes at 5 o’clock Tuesday afternoon.
The Chillicothe City Council will consider three ordinances at a meeting next week regarding amending city code, a conditional use permit, and an agreement for street projects. The meeting will be at the Chillicothe City Hall Monday evening January 14th at 6:30. The ordinances would amend the section of city code involving designated floodplains, approve […]
Chillicothe City Clerk Rozanne Frampton reports two new filings for the Chillicothe City Council election. Kathy Gilliland has filed for City Auditor, Buell Applebury filed for Third Ward Councilman and John E. Plaster, Junior previously filed for the Third Ward. Other filings for the Chillicothe City Council include Theresa Kelly and Reed Dupy for mayor; […]
Chillicothe City Clerk Rozanne Frampton reports a candidate has filed for Chillicothe City Constable. Jon Maples filed to fill the position on Tuesday. Other filings for the Chillicothe City Council include Theresa Kelly and Reed Dupy for mayor; Rozanne Frampton, city clerk; Tom Ashbrook, Councilman-At-Large; Dennis Albertson, Junior and Adam B. Brown, First Ward Councilman; […]