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Zoning/Planning Commission Public Meeting

A Zoning/Planning Commission meeting has been scheduled for Monday, October 15 at 6 pm to elect officers and discuss Zoing changes for the 600 block of Grant St.  The meeting will be held in the council room at 302 Grant Street. The public is welcome to attend.

Dennison Fire Department Open House

The Dennison Fire Department will hold it's Open House on Monday, October 8th from 5 pm - 8 pm at the fire station.  Food, fun and fire safety will be on tap for this years event.  Please come and join in the fun!

Dennison Fire Department Fill The Truck!

The Dennison Fire Department is having it's "Fill the Truck" event to collect school supplies to give to the Claymont and Immaculate Conception schools for the students who can not afford supplies.  Please bring your donation to the Dennison Fire Department on Saturday, August 18th from 10 am - 12 pm.  Thank you for your support!

Street Sweeping - August 2018

The next Street Sweeping will be Tuesday, August 7th for Downtown and the North end and Wednesday, August 8th for South side and Park area.  Please move your vehicles off the street beginning at 6 am each day until the sweeper can do it's work.  Cars not moved are subject to tickets.  Not moving your car means the streets are not cleaned and wasting of your tax dollars!



Addiitonal Pools of Mosquitoes Test Positive for West Nile Virus

For immediate release

Contact: Caroline Terakedis, Katie Seward

(330) 343-5555 x115, x164

RE: 4 additional pools of mosquitoes test positive for West Nile Virus in Tuscarawas County

The Tuscarawas County Health Department has been conducting trapping for the culex species of mosquito throughout the summer in Tuscarawas County. TCHD was notified on Monday, July 16, 2018 that 4 additional pools of mosquitos tested positive for the W. Nile Virus. While there are 4 pools that tested positive, the pools were obtained from 2 locations only all collected in the same day. The locations of the traps that collected the positive pool are as followed:

McClusky Park, Dennison

Thornwood Park, Jewett Road, Dennison

The Health Department will be responding to the positive pools according to Center for Disease Control Guidelines. Spraying within a two mile radius of the location of the positive pool will occur on more than one occasion beginning on Thursday, July 19. It is important to note that spraying has already occurred in the locations listed above due to high trap counts last week. In the case of rain, high winds or cold temperatures spraying will be postponed. Persons with respiratory problems should take appropriate actions to remain indoors while spraying is occurring.

The Health Department had been notified earlier in the month that there was a positive pool in Warren Township. Spraying has already occurred in this area.

Residents are encouraged to follow the following guidelines from the Ohio Department of Health:

Avoid mosquito bites. It is import to prioritize personal protection to prevent mosquito bites.
•Wear EPA-registered mosquito repellents whenever mosquitoes are present and follow label instructions.
•Wear long, loose, light-colored clothing.
•Install or repair screens on windows and doors to keep mosquitoes outside.

Help reduce mosquito breeding around your home. Get rid of potential mosquito breeding sites to help prevent mosquito-borne diseases.
•Empty standing water from flowerpots, gutters, buckets, pool covers, pet water dishes, discarded tires, and birdbaths.
•Consider using products containing Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti), available at many garden and home improvement stores, to control mosquito larvae in containers that are too large to empty. Follow the label instructions.


Have all horses vaccinated against WNV. All horse owners should vaccinate their animals against West Nile Virus. Contact your vet to find out more information on this important vaccine.


Taking these steps will help protect against mosquito-borne diseases, including West Nile Virus and Zika Virus.


For information on mosquitos control activities or for up-to-date mosquito-borne disease information, please visit us at www.tchdnow.org or call 330.343.5550.

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