New Albany, Ohio Government posted a video to playlist New Albany Gets Business.
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This past Tuesday, Alene Candles LLC held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new 280,000 sq. ft. facility in New Albany's Personal Care and Beauty Campus. The environmentally-friendly building is an investment of more than $30 million. Income tax revenues are critical to the City of New Albany’s ability to provide community services, and Alene’s commitment to retaining or creating more than 200 jobs with a payroll of nearly $10 million will help us continue our high service levels. We are proud that businesses such as Alene Candles choose to call New Albany home! ... See MoreSee Less
Due to the poor weather forecast on Thursday, and in accordance with attempting to keep our children out of cold and rainy weather at this time when colds and COVID-19 symptoms are similar, New Albany has decided to move its Halloween Trick or Treat celebration from Thursday, October 29, to Saturday, October 31, from 4-6 pm. The weather should be better for the event during this time, and the event will be over well before the OSU football game. We encourage parents to use their best judgment in determining if their children will participate in Trick or Treat. For those who do, please dress appropriately for the weather and follow the Halloween-related health and safety recommendations on New Albany’s website at NewAlbanyOhio.org/Halloween. ... See MoreSee Less
Tips from Rumpke Waste & Recycling on how to dispose of your pumpkins once they've worn out their welcome on your porch. 🎃Pumpkins are a staple of fall decor. But, once they start to ripen, it doesn't take long for them to wear out their welcome. When it comes time for disposal, you have a few options:
Consider backyard composting. Simply remove all candles, lighting, and decorations. Smash or cut it into small pieces and place it in the compost pile. No compost pile? Start your own by digging a hole and covering it with dirt and leaves!
If composting isn’t an option, simply place it in a bag in your trash can; no need for any yard waste or recycling containers. Simply keep in mind weight guidelines in your neighborhood (typically 50 lbs. per can or bag of trash). Happy fall, y’all! ... See MoreSee Less