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Oregon, which received complaints from several residents about backed up sewage in their homes following heavy rain in July, is looking at the feasibility of building a lagoon that would aid the wastewater treatment plant during wet weather periods.

Public Service Director Paul Roman said he contacted the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency recently to find out if a lagoon, also known as an equalization basin, could be lined with clay instead of the more expensive concrete.

What can just over 90 million dollars get you? How about 125 classrooms? Or 522,000 square feet of architectural genius?

All the above and much more can be found in the new Penta Career Center, which opened its doors to students Sept. 2.

Oregon City Council last month approved zoning changes on two parcels off Navarre Avenue for a $10 million senior housing project.

The site is just west of Little Sisters of the Poor.

With the Lake Township cemetery averaging 20-25 burials a month, the township trustees are looking at expanding the cemetery property on Walbridge Road.

After emerging from an executive session Tuesday, the trustees approved a motion authorizing solicitor Tom Hays to negotiate with Lennex Realty Co., which is marketing parcels at the southeast corner of Walbridge and Lemoyne roads.

Men always want to be a woman's first love - women like to be a man's last romance – Oscar Wilde.

Back in the summer of `69, young Dave Michalak fell for his first love.

He could hardly wait for Friday night to come so he could meet up with Teri DeShetler at the Teen Town dances, held every week in the Navarre Park shelter house.

From the first time the shy young man summoned the courage to ask the curly-haired girl to dance, he was smitten. Often he stayed until the very last minute, running the whole way home so that he wouldn’t get in trouble for being late.