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Oregon will get $24,000 from a settlement agreement that the U.S. EPA reached with Marsulex and two other manufacturers of sulfuric acid for allegedly violating the Clean Air Act.
Chemtrade Logistics, and Chemtrade Refinery Services were also fined for allegedly violating the Clean Air Act.
All three companies will pay a civil penalty of $700,000 under the Clean Air Act settlement.
Oregon City Council on Monday will consider approving an agreement with Sudsina & Associates, LLC, for the development of a financial debt and general reserve policy for the city.
If approved, the city will pay Sudsina $7,500 to develop the policy.
A financial debt and general reserve policy would help account for and manage public resources wisely, according to Administrator Ken Filipiak.
Lake Township residents will have an opportunity to examine in detail a Joint Economic Development District the township trustees are planning with the City of Toledo at Metcalf Field.
The trustees are expected next week to set a date for a public hearing at the township administration building on the proposed JEDD, which will, if approved by the full board of trustees and Toledo City Council, authorize an income tax sharing contract between the two entities.
Oregon will consider amending its municipal code on planning and zoning to adequately provide notice to the public on applications for zoning actions involving a change in property use and to clarify the manner of providing the notice.
Changes to the notice were recommended by the Oregon Planning Commission during its review of the 2025 Master Plan, including a recommendation to post notice on properties requesting a zoning change, Oregon Administrator Ken Filipiak said at a committee of the whole meeting last Monday.
Oregon council on Monday will consider approving a two year contract with the Independent Umpires Association to officiate athletic events scheduled by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department.
Oregon has been with the Independent Umpires Association for five years, Administrator Ken Filipiak said at a committee of the whole meeting last Monday.
No results found.