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For those who grew up in the 1970’s, Sycamore Grove, in Luckey, was the place to be seen. “Ruby Jones at the Sycamore Grove,” was the siren song on local radio stations that helped bring in people by the hundreds into the bar.
Richard Krotzer, who purchased the Sycamore Grove on land contract in 1974, fondly remembers the “good old days.”
The Lake Township trustees are joining in what appears to be an upcoming battle between FirstEnergy and aggregations of Ohio communities over the utility’s plan for providing future service.
The trustees Tuesday approved a resolution authorizing solicitor Tom Hays to represent the township in the case filed recently with the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio.
Parents asked to change their thinking
Cari Buehler is asking for about 45 minutes of time from residents of the Genoa School District – parents of students in particular.
The assistant principal of Genoa High School is confident the emergency response training that district personnel have undergone can be utilized in situations other than schools, including retail outlets, movie theaters, and others.
Park district projects to be discussed
Director Neil Munger will report on the district’s 2013 capital improvement project schedule.
Oregon Councilwoman Sandy Bihn, who is also Western Lake Erie Waterkeeper, said winter activities on Maumee Bay once enjoyed by residents are now returning, thanks to cooler temperatures and less heated water being discharged from FirstEnergy’s power plant on Bay Shore Road.
“Most of the Oregon shoreline along Maumee Bay is freezing - at least for now. What a treat,” said Bihn. “We may be able to once again skate, ice fish, etc.”
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