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Proposed changes to the zoning resolution in Woodville Township cover a wide range of issues, including wind energy, adult entertainment businesses, and the definition of a farm.

The township zoning commission will meet Oct. 8 at 7 p.m. at the fire station, 321 E. Main Street, Woodville, to discuss proposals for the resolution and corrections to the township zoning map.

The Ottawa County Health Department has announced the clinic schedule for the week of Sept. 29-Oct. 3. Unless otherwise noted, all clinics are held at the health department offices, located at 1856 E. Perry St., Port Clinton. Appointments may be made by calling 419-734-6800 or toll-free in Ottawa County at 1-800-788-8803.

Sept. 29 - Immunization Clinic from 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Women’s, Infants and Children (WIC) Clinic from 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

While Clay’s Gary “Eagle Eye” Row has been a seemingly-permanent fixture around Memorial Stadium, it seems that CHS’s hall-of-fame videographer isn’t the only “legend of the lens” to have secured himself a lifetime’s lease in high school football press boxes.

Approximately nine miles away, another longtime football film man in “The Professor” Bill Bundy, a tenured Genoa High School math teacher, has somewhat more quietly become something of an icon while running the game film for the Comets for the last 24 to 25 years.

The Lake Board of Education upheld a ban on a parent from attending any sporting events for one year.

During their September 17 meeting, board members stated that although their decision may be an emotionally hard one, they had to uphold the district’s policy and do what was right for the district as a whole.

Scott Pennington, whose son Andrew is a senior and a baseball player at Lake High School, was banned from attending any sporting events for one year by Lake Athletic Director Dave Shaffer, after an incident during an Ohio State ACME Baseball Congress tournament in July.

There is a new recreation director in Jerusalem Township, and he has a familiar face. Michael Skitowski moves into the part-time position at a time when big plans are on the drawing board.

Skitowski is known to many of the residents in the township and in Oregon because he is currently employed in the Oregon School System as the adaptive physical education specialist. He was an elementary physical education teacher at Jerusalem Elementary for 10 years, starting in 1996.

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