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CARLISLE — Size may not matter to one Warren County municipality as it’s slated to be downgraded to village status after being a city for the past 10 years.
As a result of the 2010 census, Carlisle was one of nine Ohio cities that will change to a village status. Under Ohio law, a municipality needs to have a minimum of 5,000 residents to become a city. Following the 2000 census, Carlisle, which is in Warren and Montgomery counties, had a population of 5,121 residents.

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We will follow this up with a story of our own about whether the city should submit challenges to this new designation or not.  We will also look at whether this will be a positive or negative for our community.  Then we really would like to know what the residents of Carlisle are saying about this? 

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