The Coshocton County Beacon December 4, 2019 - Page 20

Sheriff Rogers discusses software upgrades with council Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year!! Please Call Today for Your Medicare Supplement Quote and Prescription Drug Plan. 1101 Chestnut St., Coshocton OH J. CARLEEN O’BRYON By Josie Sellers josie@coshoctoncountybeacon.com 740-610-0075 farmerjcob@yahoo.com Janice Carleen O’Bryon is not affiliated with the Federal Medicare Program COSHOCTON – Sheriff Tim Rogers an- nounced at the Nov. 25 Coshocton City Council meeting that his office is in the process of a 911 system software upgrade. The $308,000 upgrade was approved by the Coshocton County Commissioners and every employee in the building is be- ing trained on the new software. Texting 911 will be in place by the first of the year and deputies will have the ability to do all their work in the car. “They won’t have to spend nearly as much time in the station,” Rogers said. “This is very good software from one of the leading companies in the country. It’s working out very well.” During his comments, Mayor Steve Winter Ag Law update to be held in Coshocton County Assisted Living for Active Seniors Our Priority Is Your Loved One’s Care 0032_120518  INDEPENDENT LIFESTYLE  VERY AFFORDABLE 255 Brown’s Lane, Coshocton OH 43812 740-623-4600 www.abbingtononline.com Windsorwood Place is an affiliate of Abbington Communities as a senior care alternative. COSHOCTON - Join OSU Extension on Monday evening, Dec. 9, as we host Peggy Hall (OSU Agricultural & Resource Law Director) for a Winter Ag Law Update. Attend and learn more about the legal issues impacting farmers. This meeting will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Frontier Power Community Room located at 770 S. Second St. Some of the legal topics which will be addressed include: Farm leases, grain contracts, line fence law, noxious weeds, nuisance complaints, surface drainage rights, leasing land for hunting, and the legal aspects of growing hemp. Bring your questions for Hall to answer. Don’t miss this chance to learn more about the legal issues which are impacting agriculture and our local farms/families. Hall There is no charge for this program but reservations are being requested so that adequate program materials can be printed. Call 740-622- 2265 or e-mail marrison.2@osu.edu to reserve your spot. Contributed | Beacon Welcoming New Patients Family Physicians’ Clinic 311 S. 15th St., Coshocton Same Day Appointments (740) 622-0332 Mercer took a moment to recognize the passing of Joe Skelton who was a long time law director for the City of Coshoc- ton. Current Law Director Bob Skelton believes he started somewhere between 1980 and 1982 and didn’t give up the position until around 2010. Mercer also thanked the members of Our Town Coshocton in attendance for a job well done with the Miracle on Main parade. “It looks like it was a very successful parade again,” Mercer said. “This is more good evidence of things that have been building up over the years and that you are on the right path.” Coshocton City Council’s next meeting will be held at 7 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 9 in council chambers at City Hall. Arrowhead Clinic 6307 E. State St., Newcomerstown Dresden Clinic 101 Dave Longaberger Ave., Dresden Member of Prime Healthcare Mary Lynne Garrett, CNP Coshocton Brenda Lozowski, DO Coshocton Fred Corder, PA-C Newcomerstown Todd Gibson, PA-C Coshocton David J. Lozowski, DO Coshocton Ursula Corbett, PA-C Newcomerstown Robert B. Gwinn, DO Coshocton Linda Weekley, NP-C Coshocton Jeffrey Hamilton, DO Dresden 0018_111319 20 THE BEACON www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com DECEMBER 4, 2019