BPD; Just 1 parking incident Friday night; ‘Keep Kids Safe’ forum set for Sept. 24


Blan: Only 1 parking incident

In response to concerns raised by officials of the Blanchester-Marion Township Fire District, three police officers, three police cruisers and one tow truck were detailed to the Friday night football game to enforce fire lane parking regulations at Blanchester High School, according to Police Chief Scott Reinbolt.

He said that one vehicle was towed from a fire lane and the vehicle operator cited.

“There were no other incidenta,” he said. “Aggressive enforcement of fire lane parking violations at the high school will continue until the problem subsides (within the limitations of available police manpower and budgetary constraints).”

‘Keep Kids Safe’ forum Sept. 24

WILMINGTON — A “Keep Kids Safe Educational Forum,” is scheduled for 6 p.m. Monday, Sept. 24 at Clinton County Job and Family Services (JFS), 1025 S. South Street in Wilmington.

This public meeting is in conjunction with a 1.1-mills additional Children Services levy on the November ballot to generate funds to protect a greater number of children due to the substance abuse (including opioids) crisis.

The public is invited to attend and learn more about Children Services and Clinton County’s abused and neglected children, especially those in foster care or placed with relatives, family or community members for safety.