The Press Newspaper
Six new members will be inducted into the Birmingham Hall of Fame at the 36th Annual Inductee and Scholarship Banquet Sunday, Oct. 21 at St. Stephen School Hall, 2018 Consaul St. Toledo.
The celebration will begin at 4:30 p.m. with a social hour. The “World Famous Chicken Paprika and Pig-in-the-Blanket” dinner will be served family-style at 6 pm. Guest speaker for this event is Tricia Cullop, Women’s Head Basketball Coach for the University of Toledo Rockets.
A fitness club borne from a health insurance company wellness committee aims to keep Genoa school district employees on track physically.
The Genoa Health Club debuted Oct. 1 with a coordinated walk/run about the Genoa High School track and grounds. Subsequent Mondays this month provide more opportunities to walk, ride bikes, enjoy low-impact aerobics and play a friendly game of dodge ball with the students, Superintendent Dennis Mock.
Genoa Village Council is considering hiking quarry fees for out of town passes.
Parks Director Mike Thomas reported at a park advisory board meeting in September that revenue and attendance were both up this summer.
After more than a year of research by the police chief and off-and-on discussion by village council, residents of Woodville may apply for a permit to operate golf carts on most of the public roads in the village.
Council last week approved an ordinance allowing licensed and insured drivers to operate the carts once they’ve passed an inspection by the police department and are issued a permit.
Councilman Dave Gallaher asked council at a meeting on Sept. 27 to stop police from enforcing a law that prohibits residents from parking on the grass. Gallaher said police are spread too thin to be strictly enforcing the law.
Council agreed to send the matter to the Safety Committee for review.
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