The Coshocton County Beacon May 1, 2019

FREE! FREE! • May 1-7, 2019 • Vol. 12• No. 1 • TheBeacon Positively Coshocton County for 11 Years FOR ALL YOUR LUMBER NEEDS Coshocton County’s locally-owned newspaper COSHOCTON PALLET & DOOR 23222 CR 621 Remember When The Beacon P O S I T I V E LY C O S H O C T O N C O U N T Y The signing of the Coshocton and West Lafayett e water agreement took place on April 25 at Coshocton City Hall with Coshocton City May- or Steve Mercer, West Lafayett e Village Mayor Steve Bordenkircher and members of both negotiating teams present. Pictured behind the Josie Sellers | Beacon mayors are Coshocton’s team – Dave McVay, utilities director, Roger Moore, councilman, Max Crown, safety service director, and Sherry Kirkpatrick, city auditor, and West Lafayett e’s team – Craig Borden- kircher, Christie Maurer, and Ron Lusk, who all serve on village council. Coshocton and West Lafayett e mayors sign water agreement By Josie Sellers josie@coshoctoncountybeacon.com COSHOCTON – Th e City of Coshocton and the Village of West Lafay- ette recently showed what government offi ce can do for their com- munities when they work together. Th e signing of the Coshocton and West Lafayette water agreement took place on April 25 at Coshocton City Hall with Coshocton City Mayor Steve Mercer, West Lafayette Village Mayor Steve Borden- kircher and members of both negotiating teams present. “Th is truly is a historic time,” Mercer said. “I’ve always said we SEE AGREEMENT ON PAGE 13 R P E C P I A A T R I E O M N O D A Y T S U C Friday, May 3rd from 10 – 3 • 778 S. 2nd Street, Coshocton The Frontier Power Company Frontier Supply Co. 2019 Remember When Inside!