The Waynesville Police Department is investigating a complaint received this weekend (May 11, 2013) shortly after 9pm in regards to suspicious activity. A complaint was filed by three teenage boys about a vehicle with two male subjects believed to be in their twenties approaching them. They think the vehicle was a small white SUV and the incident took place at the corner of Preston and Old Stage. In addition, there has been a similar complaint about a subject in a white van taking photographs in the county. We are asking anyone with information about this case to contact us at 513-897-8010 or 513-695-2525 (weekends or after 4pm). If anyone sees any suspicious activity, please identify the vehicle license plates and contact us immediately. This is a serious situation and any assistance provided to our agency is greatly appreciated.
Wayne Local Schools Thanks Police Chief Gary Copeland and the Waynesville Village Leadership
Today we surprised Chief Copeland as Mayor David Stubbs and fellow Council Members Joette Dedden, Richard Elliott, Kimberly Kaan, and Village Manager Patricia Higgins visited the district to witness Superintendent Pat Dubbs recognize Chief Copeland for his work with the district.
Thursday of each week is very special as Chief Copeland helps serve breakfast in the Elementary Cafeteria. He typically makes his rounds at the district and works very diligently to build relationships with the students. His presence and efforts offer reassurance and support. This is just one example of teamwork that the Village and the District exhibit. We appreciate our partnership with both the Village and the Township on various programs and services.
The Wayne Local Schools District in grateful appreciation proudly recognizes Chief Copeland for his outstanding and dedicated service to the students and staff of our district. The Chief has been proactive in being a part of everything from being a Judge at science fairs to providing police visibility and protection. His positive interaction with the students provides a special bond. Today is Chief Copeland Day at the school and we thank him.
Village of Waynesville is seeking residents to serve on the Planning Commission and the Board of Zoning and Building Appeals
The Village Council is accepting applications from residents to serve on the Planning Commission or the Board of Zoning and Building Appeals. Both the Planning Commission and the BZBA consist of seven members appointed by Council. Citizen members serve a four year terms of office.
The duties of the Planning Commission and the Board of Zoning and Building Appeals can be found in the Waynesville Zoning Code in Section 153.040. Applications or additional information may be obtained at the Village of Waynesville Government Center or by calling 513-897-8015.
The Regional Income Tax Agency (RITA) recently sent out a mailing regarding the Village's one-percent income tax. Please refer to the documents below for additional information. Questions regarding your individual tax situation may be directed to RITA at 1-800-860-7482 or http://www.ritaohio.com.
The Village of Waynesville 2011 Annual Water Quality Report has been released and is available for review. Copies are available at the Government Center or by selecting the link above.
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