Announcements – 4/8/2020
— The deadline for the Winter Crisis program is May 1. The Ironton and Lawrence County Area CAO began the program on Nov. 1, 2019. The agency can assist with a main heating source cost through a one-time payment to a utility company, wood, coal, or some type of bottled gas. In order to process your application quickly and efficiently, please be prepared to provide all needed documents. Keep in mind that other requirements may be asked for. This cuts down on the time spent in the interview process and return visits. The necessary documents are as follows:
• A list of all household members and proof of income for the last 30 days or 12 months for each member
• Proof of citizenship for all household members, example: birth certificate, voter registration card, passport, etc.
• Birthdates and Social Security cards for each household member
• Heating bill/bulk fuel account number
• Electric bill with account number
• If you are a disabled client, please provide documentation of disability.
For information, call 740-237-3262 or visit the website at https://app.capappointments.com/
– Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Elkins Waste Services has changed how they pick up residential trash for the safety of workers. All trash must be bagged and placed in an Elkins Waste Services cart or a suitable can that can be lifted by their employees. They will not collect any items setting outside of the can or on the ground. They are suspending curbside bulky item collections and all “spring cleanups” at this time.
— The Healing Our Nation Prayer Rally has canceled the Healing Our Nation Community Bible Giveaway 2020, scheduled for the Memorial Day parade, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
— The Lawrence County Museum is indefinitely delaying opening until the ban on large groups is lifted by the state. The spring tea is also canceled.
— The Ironton Lions Club will be holding a spring or summer yard sale, date to be determined, and is looking for donations. Anyone who has gently used toys, tools, furniture, applications and crafts can call 1-740-479-8215 to schedule a pick up. They will not accept TVs, tires, batteries or paint. All proceeds go to back into the community and Lions charities.
— Symmes Township’s 2019 financial report is complete and is available for viewing by contacting the fiscal officer.
— Washington Township’s 2019 financial report is complete and is available for viewing by contacting fiscal officer, Katie Lewis.
— The Windsor Township Trustees will meet at 7 a.m. on the second Saturday of the month at the Windsor Township Hall.
— The Aid Township Trustees year-end financial report is complete and on file. It is ready for public viewing at the fiscal officer’s home.
— The Aid Township Trustees will hold their regular monthly meetings at 8 a.m. on the third Saturday of each month at the Aid Volunteer Fire Department.
— The Village of Coal Grove’s annual financial report for 2019 is complete and ready for viewing, during regular business hours, in the fiscal officer’s office at Coal Grove Town Hall, 513 Carlton Davidson Lane, Coal Grove.
— The draft statement ending June 30, 2019, has been completed and is available for public inspection at the Ironton City Board of Education office, 105 S. Fifth St., Ironton. Office hours are 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
— Upper Township 2019 annual financial report is complete and available for viewing at the township office by contacting Tyler Walters, fiscal officer at 740-532-8551.
— Upper Township Trustees regularly scheduled meetings for 6 p.m. on the fourth Monday of each month at the township firehouse.
— Windsor Township Trustees’ 2019 annual financial report is complete and available for viewing at the home of the fiscal officer.
— Lawrence County Developmental Disabilities holds its monthly board meetings at 6 p.m. on the second Tuesday of the month at the board office, 604 Carlton Davidson Lane, Coal Grove.