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The Ohio Supreme Court has declined to hear the appeal of a Lake Township man who had filed a complaint against the Wood County prosecutor and township police chief.
The Supreme Court’s decision to not hear the case of Dan Prewitt lets stand a decision by the Wood County Common Pleas Court that dismissed his complaint for not stating a “legally cognizable claim.”
The Ohio Sixth District Court of Appeals earlier this year upheld the common pleas court decision and dismissed the complaint.
She’s ambitious, she’s intelligent, and it looks like she may be going somewhere someday. One could say Waite 2016 graduate Julia Hernandez is off to a good start.
The University of Toledo 19-year-old political science and pre-law student has overcome obstacles growing up on the east side. Tuesday, she introduced the 42nd President of the United States, Bill Clinton, at a campaign rally for his spouse, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
It was good for Hernandez that the rally was held at her alma mater, where she scored a 3.92 GPA, was ranked 11th in her class, was Senior Class President, a member of the National Honor Society, President of YMCA Youth in Government, and her high school accolades just keep continuing.
Before voters in the Woodmore School District go to the polls next month to decide a levy renewal request – the third time this year they will vote on the ballot issue – they’ll have an opportunity to voice their opinions on how the district is doing.
The board of education has scheduled an “Evening with the Board” for Oct. 11 at 6 p.m. in the cafetorium of the PreK-8 school building.
Offering district residents a forum to voice their opinions is needed, says Joe Liszak, board president.
Oregon City Council on Monday approved the construction bid for the Navarre Avenue Safety Improvement Project.
Geddis Paving & Excavating, of Toledo, submitted the lowest and best bid of $3,642,399.76 to furnish labor, materials and equipment for the project.
The city received federal grant funding through the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) for implementing various safety improvements along Navarre Avenue between I-280 and Isaac Streets Drive as part of the project. ODOT will reimburse the city for 90 percent of the eligible costs up to a maximum of $2.4 million.
Officials in the Village of Oak Harbor are noting the vital role the police department has in the Ottawa community as they promote a new 2.87-mill, five-year levy that will be on the November ballot.
If passed, the levy would generate about $118,470 annually and its revenues will only be used for the department’s operations, equipment and related needs.
In addition to providing 24-hour service for the village, the department also provides 24-hour dispatching services for the Portage Fire District, Mid-County Emergency Medical Service, Rocky Ridge Fire Department and Carroll Township police and fire departments.
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