The Press Newspaper
Dennis Doyle sometimes has to pinch himself.
Doyle, a 1975 Waite graduate who has risen through the ranks to the level of brigadier general in the United States Army, and his wife, Lisa, have lived in Germany and now reside in Honolulu. How good is life right now for the Doyles? They recently took a pleasure cruise around the Hawaiian islands.
Genoa Village Council has set a 10 percent cap this week on pick-up contributions for the police pension plan.
Monday’s approval of the cap proposal came days before the rate set by the Ohio Police and Fire Pension Fund in Columbus is set to jump to 10.75 percent, Fiscal Officer Chuck Brinkman said. The rate hike is one of three expected over the coming years. The rate increases to 11.5 percent in 2014 and then to 12.25 percent in 2015.
The cap means the village will only put in contributions up to the 10 percent limit. The employee will be responsible for the remainder.
Businessman Marvin Dabish took the oath of office Wednesday evening to fill the council seat of Oregon Councilman Mike Sheehy.
Sheehy vacated his seat to take the seat of former State Rep. Matt Szollosi.
Oregon Mayor Mike Seferian told The Press that he administered the oath of office to Dabish at 7 p.m. on Wednesday.
Americans love to celebrate the Fourth of July with family, friends, food and fireworks, but too often alcohol turns the party into a tragedy, making this iconic holiday one of the most deadly days of the year on the nation’s roads.
This Fourth of July, Lucas County is stepping up police presence throughout the region as part of the ongoing “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” enforcement crackdown to catch and arrest impaired drivers who put themselves and others at risk.
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