Chillicothe Council's Tom Trutschel requested a review session next Monday...and attendance by just about everybody.
The controversy of hunting deer in city limits is being reopened. Council heard the first reading of the annual ordinance, with two updates:
Ohio Hunters are allowed up to six deer this year, but the city will change what the first ones have to be - instead of two does, hunters can bag only one doe before a buck.
And, although the hunt still requires certification and excludes firearms, crossbows will be permitted.
Trutschel says many statistics about the city's deer go unrecorded, including car accidents - and hunters' successes, with only nine reported last season in the city.
Veterans groups have been struggling with getting their charity "40 & 8" fish stand reopened in Yoctangee Park.
They were tearing down the building just below the Paint Street entrance, with plans to rebuild it, when they found out that that broke their contract with the city. They have been hoping for approval for their new plans - and hearing suggestions for different ones - since then.
Trutschel said a new site will be discussed, in the parking lot near the doughboy statue and by the clock tower.
He also requested that the members of the Design Review Board attend the meeting, since they have overview of the appearance of buildings there.
The review session will be 6:30 pm Monday, July 30th.
hear Tom Trutschel on reviewing Deer Hunting and 40 & 8 stand
Kevin Coleman regularly reports on Chillicothe & Circleville councils