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Road salt running low in Northwood
Written by Kelly Kaczala   
Tuesday, 11 February 2014 15:26

The freezing temperatures and frequent snowstorms this winter have left Northwood short of road salt.
 
“We’re basically running day to day,” said Northwood City Administrator Bob Anderson.
 
“I think we’ve got enough to cover this storm and the next. But we’re going to have to scramble some more to have enough.”
 
Northwood and Oregon, as do many communities, piggyback onto Toledo’s contract with a salt supplier.

 
Jerusalem Twp. cemetery improvement underway
Written by Kelly Kaczala   
Tuesday, 11 February 2014 15:24

Jerusalem Township Trustee Joe Kiss has, in the last two years, led the effort to raise funds for a new entrance way to the historic Oakwood Cemetery.
 
It’s expected to be completed by spring.
 
When Kiss was first elected, he wanted to make improvements to the cemetery, he said.
 
“It was always one of my plans to try and get a new entrance gate. So just through efforts of my own and some other people throughout the township, we got it to the finishing stages. We got the pillars up and we got some marble coming in. It’s just been a project we’ve been working on and it’s finally coming to fruition,” he said.
 

 
Lake Twp.: Grant sought for improving Libbey Road
Written by Larry Limpf   
Tuesday, 11 February 2014 15:13

The Lake Township trustees heard a report Tuesday from Dan McLargin, road supervisor, that an application for a grant to pay for replacing a stretch of Libbey Road has been submitted to the Ohio Department of Transportation and the Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission.
 
The department announced late last year it is accepting applications for funding from the Turnpike Mitigation Program, which was established to assist communities that are adversely affected by turnpike traffic. Projects being considered include bridge preservation, resurfacing, noise walls, drainage improvements and other related infrastructure work.
 
Proposed projects must be within one mile of the turnpike. The program will allocate about $5 million annually to projects with a cap of $1 million on individual projects.

 
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