The Press Newspaper
On one of his first days on the job as the new principal at Woodmore High School, Myers received a phone call in early July about the possibility of the Ohio State University marching band playing at one of the Wildcats’ games this fall.
The call was from Jon Waters, an OSU assistant band director and a Woodmore graduate.
“Every time the wind blows, the pods fall, and it’s a nuisance when I mow the lawn,” said Richard. “We had already made plans a couple years ago to have the tree trimmed or cut down, and we didn’t do it.”
Connie said one of the reasons they never got around to it is because the tree, over 85 feet tall, provided considerable shade for their house, which they bought in 2000.
The resolution defines a junk motor vehicle as being at least three model years old, apparently inoperable, and extensively damaged, including missing wheels, tires, engine, or transmission.
Richard Welling, a trustee, said changes in the Ohio Revised Code that went into effect earlier this year allow townships more authority for addressing the problem of junk vehicles.
The proposal, introduced by School Board vice president Jeff Ziviski, would have guaranteed that students who graduate and who have passed the Ohio Graduation Test (OGT), are capable of meeting Ohio academic standards as measured by the OGT in reading, writing, math, science and social studies.
If you love fall, Sept. 26 is your Luckey day.
So is Sept. 27.
And the 28th.
That's because those are the dates for the 26th annual Luckey Fall Festival in Basic Park on Adams Street between St. Rt. 582 (Krotzer Ave.) and Gilbert Road.
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