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A $14 million project to build two railroad overpasses on Wales Road moved closer is moving forward after years in limbo.
The project, which calls for two railroad overpasses that would effectively eliminate three at-grade crossings on Drouillard and Wales roads, was originally part of a $200 million, 10-year program former governor Bob Taft started in 2000 to fund railroad overpasses.
Survey, road profile, drainage and environmental studies had been completed.
The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) has been purchasing rights-of-way along Wales and Drouillard roads, according to Northwood Administrator Pat Bacon.
“ODOT has purchased property from the city and properties down Wales and Drouillard roads,” said Bacon.
Northwood will likely end its speed van, a mobile vehicle that issues citations to motorists for speeding, early next year. In addition, the city may discontinue the stationary speed and red light photo enforcement cameras installed at two intersections.
A proposed overtime policy revision is causing a stir among Village of Genoa workers.
Former Oregon Mayor Marge Brown welcomed over 200 guests into a packed city
council chamber on Monday to say farewell.
by Oregon’s new mayor, former councilman Mike Seferian, on Nov. 3 by a 61 to 38 percent margin. Seferian was sworn in the day prior to Browns’ farewell party.
A start-up firm has received sufficient funding to begin production early next year of solar power inverters at a Moline-Martin Road building in Lake Township.
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