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New Penta facility is a “model” for environmental design
Written by Special to The Press   
Thursday, 26 February 2009 11:08

On Sept. 2, 2008, Penta Career Center opened its new 522,000 square foot facility on a scenic 150-acre campus in Perrysburg Township. The new facility:

• Includes professionally designed career-technical labs, science labs and academic classrooms; an expansive commons area; state-of-the-art infrastructure for technology; an expanded media center; and flexible meeting space.

 
Genoa councilman questions clerk's post,funding
Written by Cynthia Jacoby   
Monday, 26 April 2010 11:31

Special to the Press

Genoa Village Council will meet in special session April 27 at 7:30 p.m. to discuss whether to investigate a possible misappropriation of public funds.
Councilman Eric Hise, who asked for the special meeting, said Sunday that he wants council to look into a position held by a person working at village hall.
Hise would not name the person or detail specifics such as hours and pay until council meets. However, he said the person performs clerical work as well as part-time tax work.
“The job started as part of a county thing, being placed here. But it was supposed to end in January 2009 and the person is still here,” Hise said.
The problem, he claimed, is there have been no ordinances regarding hiring or pay brought before council; yet the person remains on the payroll.
 “I asked someone for her job description and they said there isn’t one they know of,” Hise said, adding the person works under the direction of Administrator Garth Reynolds.“People are being placed in jobs and the council isn’t being involved.”
Hise said this has been a concern of his for a while and that he approached Council President Dave Adams and Mayor Mark Williams to request a special meeting.
He has also spoken to Ottawa County Sheriff Robert Bratton and Prosecutor Mark Mulligan. Both, he said, are waiting for the result of Tuesday’s meeting before taking any action.
An attempt to reach Sheriff Bratton on Sunday was unsuccessful..

 
Suburban-Week of 8/22/11
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Thursday, 18 August 2011 13:07

Lake Twp. – A cell phone was reported missing Feb. 9 from Tri-State Expedited Service, Inc.

• The Fuel Mart service station Feb. 12 reported the theft of $700 worth of diesel fuel.

 

 

 
Haiti Relief Drop Off in Elmore at Diversified Insurance
Written by J. Patrick Eaken   
Friday, 15 January 2010 10:35

Every passing day since the earthquake hit southern Haiti more devastation and human suffering is revealed, and ISOH/IMPACT’s disaster relief efforts are well underway. The nation’s need for aid will range from water and food to medical and building supplies. Diversified Insurance-Blair Associates will be excepting Health Kit donations in their Elmore office at 349 Rice Street on behalf of ISOH/IMPACT through January 29th.  Donations will be accepted M-F from 9-5, for more information or to make arrangements for an after hours drop-off please contact Jeannie Giesler at 419-862-2766.

Place these items inside a sealed one-gallon plastic bag. Please do not deviate from the list as it slows down the fulfillment process.
 
• 1 hand towel (15" x 25" up to 17" x 27", No kitchen towels)
• 1 washcloth
• 1 comb (large and sturdy, not pocket-sized)
• 1 nail file or fingernail clippers (no emery boards or toenail clippers)
• 1 bath-size bar of soap (3 oz. and up)
• 1 toothbrush (single brushes only in original wrapper, No child-size brushes)
• 6 adhesive plastic strip sterile bandages
• 1 tube toothpaste 
 
Please put these items in a separate Zip loc bag
• Children's Tylenol
• Neosporin
Please visit www.isohimpact.org for information about ways you can help with other immediate needs and to locate other drop off locations.

ISOH/IMPACT CONTACT INFO:
Linda A. Greene, President/CEO
Tel. 419.878.8548
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Oregon Fire Chief Bill Wilkins to retire
Written by Kelly Kaczala   
Friday, 06 November 2009 07:30

Oregon Fire Chief Bill Wilkins submitted his resignation to Mayor Marge Brown, The Press has learned.

Wilkins is retiring for health reasons, City Administrator Ken Filipiak confirmed Thursday night.

“I just saw it yesterday,” Filipiak said of the resignation letter. “It’s effective at the end of June.  That’s all I truly know.”

Brown is expected to announce Wilkins’ retirement at a council meeting on Monday.

“He’s done a good job,” said Filipiak. “He’s done a lot to advance training of personnel, and upgrading equipment under his leadership. We’ve gone from a 36-hour fire training standard to a 120-hour standard, effective Jan. 1. The community can feel very good that we have a highly skilled fire staff.”

 
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