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Dog License Fees Rise by $2 in December | News, Sports, Jobs

LISBON — Residents of Columbiana County will pay an additional $2 per license for their dogs starting December 1.

County commissioners voted Wednesday to raise the cost of a dog license to $12 per dog for a one-year registration and $36 for a three-year registration. A permanent registration will also go from $100 to $120.

The cost of a kennel license does not increase. There will be $50 left for up to five beacons with an additional cost of $1 per beacon after five.

The license period for 2022 begins on December 1 and runs until January 31, with license applications for renewals after January 31 subject to a late penalty. Licenses can be renewed online, but include a $2.50 online convenience fee.

The last increase in dog licenses in the county took effect in 2014, after commissioners voted in August 2013 to increase licenses from $8 to $10 for the coming year.

In other subjects:

– Commissioners voted to reject two bids from RT Vernal Paving and Excavating in North Lima for community development block grant projects in Columbiana and Leetonia. In bids opened August 11, RT Vernal had been the sole bidder for both projects, bidding $93,594 to resurface approximately 1,352 feet from South Vine Street to Columbiana and $92,132 to resurface about 1,675 feet from Pine Street in Leetonia. The bids would have been more than 10% higher than the engineer’s estimate.

– Commissioners opened new bids for a project in East Liverpool on Wednesday, where Barbacus Construction offered $93,424 for a street improvement project with funding from CDBG. Barbacus had been the rejected bid for the project on Virginia Avenue and Central Street in June with a bid of $94,299. This latest offer was referred to the East Liverpool Engineer’s Office.

— The commissioners approved a request from the administrators of the township of St. Clair that the west end of the Fisher Avenue extension, a township road, be released. The two plots created are 0.058 acre and 0.033 acre.

– Commissioners have approved permission to hunt on County Home Road property to Christian Barnes and Glenn, Christina and Breann Warner.

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