An Elmore company has agreed to pay $15,000 to the Business Software Alliance to settle a claim it had been using unlicensed software.
The BSA announced the settlement last week with Machining Technologies, calling it a “compromise and settlement of disputed claims” the company had unlicensed copies of Adobe, Autodesk, CNC/Mastercam, and Microsoft software installed on its computers.
State funds OK’d for studying turnpike options
The board gave its approval to the Ohio Department of Transportation to contract with KPMG Corporate Finance, of Austin, Texas, to assist the department in evaluating options for leveraging the turnpike and rest areas.
Oregon City Council is again considering placing a charter change on the fall ballot to extend their time in office from two years to four-year, staggered terms.
Oregon voters have overwhelmingly defeated similar proposals in the past.
Ottawa County Engineer Dave Brunkhorst isn’t ready to claim victory over winter yet.
By the calendar, Ottawa County and the rest of the nation has surpassed what is considered to be the “dead of winter” or the coldest time of the year.
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