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Northwood Councilman Dave Gallaher is throwing his hat in the mayor’s race.
It is the third time Gallaher, 53, will try to defeat Stoner for the city’s top spot.
Gallaher, who has been a councilman since 1994, said he is running for mayor simply because he thinks he can do a better job addressing issues facing the city.
When native east sider Gary Thompson was hired as the executive director of the Oregon Economic Development Foundation in the spring of 2006, the Veterans Glass City Skyway was still under construction.
“We have a great bridge being built,” Thompson said. “It’s going to bring a lot of business to Navarre Avenue, even through it’s been a painful process.”
As volatile as the stock market has been lately, buying opportunities exist for investors who have a long-term outlook and a selective eye, say area financial advisors.
Michael Foster, of Foster Jones Investment Group, Perrysburg, says many of his clients were completely frustrated with Washington in 2008 when they were worried about a collapse of the financial system and how that would affect them.
Grant funds for sewer hook-ups available
The grant money is being used to help pay for the construction of lateral lines between homes and the sewer lines.
Tony Packo’s Cafe Chief Operating Officer Rob Horvath says semi-trucks are illegally using Consaul Street in East Toledo’s Birmingham neighborhood.
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