The Coshocton County Beacon July 1, 2021 - Page 7

July 1 , 2021 The Beacon • 7

Kent students are honored

The following students have distinguished themselves by achieving a 3.4 GPA or greater for 12 or more regular letter-graded semester credit hours this past spring semester 2021 at Kent State University at Tuscarawas : Dylan L . Foster and Kassidy M . Logan from Coshocton and Connor L . Kunze and Cale D . Roberts from

Assistance is available with Kno-Ho-Co

Kno-Ho-Co-Ashland Community Action Commission continues to offer assistance to households impacted by COVID-19 with past due rent or mortgage payments and to prevent utility disconnection including water and sewer disconnections . Gas , electric and bulk fuel ( propane ) assistance is also available through multiple programs .
Funding appropriated to the agency expands the agency ’ s capability to serve those who continue to be impacted by the COVID19 pandemic . Income guidelines and benefit amounts vary by program . It is suggested that anyone past due with rent , mortgage or a utility contact the local office
West Lafayette .
The part-time dean ’ s list honored students who achieved a GPA of 3.4 or greater during the past summer , fall and spring semesters for which they were registered for six to 11 hours at Kent State University at Tuscarawas : Thomas E . Scherer from Coshocton and Brianna J . McConnell from West Lafayette .
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COV I D -19 i mpact must be documented . Income documentation for all household members for the past 30 days or 12 months , along with social security numbers , eviction notices , past due mortgage notices , water / sewer disconnection notice , utility disconnection notice , photo ID , proof of U . S . citizenship / legal residency for all household members , and other documentation must be presented . For information or to apply , call 740-622-9801 . Due to COVID-19 restrictions , and the safety and well-being of community and staff , the application process must be started via phone only , no inperson applicants .

City council learns about a new United Way fundraiser

By Tara Gracyk
At the June 14 city council meeting , Mary Beck and Brooke Alverson from the Coshocton County Commissioner ’ s Office presented to council regarding a United Way fundraiser . The fundraiser , an obstacle course , is set to be held Wednesday , Sept . 8 . Beck and Alverson asked council members to consider participating , as all elected officials can participate , to help raise funds for United Way . They stated the obstacle course will be open to the community , too . They are planning this to be an all-day event .
Property Code Inspector Jeff Corder assures residents that some city parks have cameras up and running and that if anything illegal occurs at those parks , people can be prosecuted .
City council meetings are now open for community members to attend , and council would love to see residents get involved in these meetings .
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