In response to the recent and controversial City Council meeting on Monday when over 80 residents came to show their distaste for a proposed tax credit reduction of 0.5%, Councilman Bill Beagle spoke out Wednesday afternoon on the Get Social! Radio Show.
Through donations made to the America In Bloom committee and through donations provided specifically by the Tipp City Rotary Club, America in Bloom has purchased 8 large planters to decorate the Historic District of Tipp City. The large decorative planters are highlighted by evergreen centerpieces and the ‘Pride of Tipp’ Mums donated by Tipp City’s own, Spring Hill Garden Center.
“The School Board is interested in building a 5 year plan in support of both school facilities and programming with help from our the community”, began John Kronour, Superintendent of Tipp City Schools stated this evening at the school funding town hall meeting called by the school in the Broadway Gymnasium.
In a surprise move, Councilman Kessler made a motion to table the ordinance that he himself sponsored. Kessler continued, stating that he has heard from many residents that they do not like the idea, and he wants more time to deliberate the issue.