The Press Newspaper
Oregon city council on Monday will consider a resolution in opposition of a proposed deep geologic repository for low and intermediate level radioactive wastes near Kincardine, Ontario or any other underground repository constructed near the shore of any Great Lakes or connecting waterways.
“The City of Oregon strongly values the water quality of Lake Erie and the Great Lakes,” states the resolution.
With a major expansion and renovation set for the drawing board, the Oregon Branch Library wants to hear from patrons on what they want from their local branch.
A public meeting to gather input on an expansion and renovation project that will add 3,000 to 5,000 square feet to the branch on Dustin Road will be held Aug. 12 at 7 p.m.
When Ed and Lois Wozniak moved to Pemberville in 1966, they were here to stay. The Wozniaks believed Pemberville would be a wonderful place to raise their children.
“It was mostly to get closer to my work, I think, and then the house really took. The (Eastwood) school system was definitely a factor, I think, too,” Ed said. “We like small towns.”
Pemberville business owners know Peter I. Maxwell, 61, because he spent 30 years as a UPS driver delivering to the Pemberville/Eastwood area.
Maxwell will be grand marshal of the Pemberville Free Fair parade, which begins at 1 p.m. on Saturday, the final day of the fair. The fair runs from August 14-17.
The Lake Township trustees have decided to hire a new fire chief and to make the position full-time – and do it quickly.
Interim fire chief Mike Hornyak informed the trustees he intends to resign the post in two weeks, saying the demands of his private sector job leave insufficient time for the duties of chief.
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