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Public Meeting: Neighborhood Revitalization October 29

The Village of Ada has announced the following public meeting;

Attention Residents of Ada
Neighborhood Revitalization Meeting

Saturday, October 29, 2022 10:00 a.m. at the Ada Historic Railroad Depot

Hardin County and the Village of Ada are planning to apply for a grant to make improvements in the community. The Village is holding a meeting to discuss the proposed grant with residents and to gather their ideas for area projects.

Summary of September 20 Ada Council meeting

With four guests including the Ada Icon and Kenton Times, the Ada Council chambers in the municipal building were at capacity seating on Tuesday, September 20.

The 90-minute meeting included a 46-minute executive session with EMS Chief Tom Miller with no action taken.

During the open floor period, Dustin Jordan answered questions from the council regarding the 150th Fire Convention itinerary proposal (2024). Council focused their discussion on the impact on Main St. traffic and whether the road would need to be closed or traffic temporarily diverted, as is done for shorter parades. Council passed a motion that it would continue to consider the application.

Preliminary details are on page 13 of the council packet.

October public meeting schedule

The following public meetings have been scheduled for October 2022:

October 4, Regular Council Meeting 6:30 p.m. Municipal Building

October 17, Ada-Liberty Ambulance Dist. 5:30 p.m. 530 N. Gilbert St. 

October 18, Regular Council Meeting 6:30 p.m. Municipal Building

October 21, 2022 Tree Commission Meeting 12:00 p.m. Municipal Building

Final Grandview public meeting September 27

The Village of Ada has announced a public meeting for the Grandview Boulevard Reconstruction Project at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, September 27.

The event will be held at the Community Health Professionals Building, 1200 S. Main Street.

$2.1M project funding breakdown:

OPWC Grant $500K
OPWC Loan $750K
Assessment $200K
Village Share $705K

Advertising for bids is scheduled to begin on September 22; construction is anticipated to begin April-May 2023; and construction is expected to be completed in October 2023.

Ada Council approves green waste drop-off for 2022

At the Sept. 6 regular meeting of the Ada Village Council, councilors approved the startup of a Village green waste site in response to a request by the Ada Tree Commission.

In the attached memo, Village Administrator Jamie Hall outlines the service, which will be for Ada residents only.

By appointment, residents will be allowed to bring "green waste" such as yard clippings, leaves and tree branches to the Village site at 514 E. Lincoln. See the attachment for a detailed description of what may and what may not be brought to the site. Unloading must be done by the resident.

Village council meets September 6

Creation of green waste site, cost sharing agreement for E. Buckeye sidewalk improvements, omission in drinking water confidence statement

The Ada Village Council will hold its regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, September 6 at the Ada Municipal Building, 115 W Buckeye Ave.

To attend the meeting via Zoom, use this link:

The agenda includes the following items. A complete packet including support materials can be accessed on the village website HERE.