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        Cardinal Stritch President Father Eric Schild says “Big Brother” is alive and well at his school, and it’s not an issue.

        “What’s great, it’s very much Big Brother, and I am completely good with that because not all of our parents are being good mothers or fathers when it comes to internet usage. But, if we see that they (students) go to some place that they are not supposed to be, a little blurb comes up that says, ‘Your school is watching you,’” Father Schild said during his address to Eastern Maumee Bay Chamber of Commerce guests at the State of the Communities breakfast at St. Charles Mercy Hospital last week.

Northwood residents can now sign up for an adult recreation program scheduled to start in February.

Adult recreation was among the results of a survey that the city sent to residents asking what they would like to see in a city recreation program, said Patrick McGaharan, the city’s part-time director of parks and recreation. He is also working on starting a summer recreation program for kids, which topped the wish list in the survey.

Oregon City Councilwoman Sandy Bihn last Monday slammed the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency for telling the public at an information session that an iron manufacturing facility planned in East Toledo would be the only one of its kind in the country. Bihn said there is a similar one in Texas that has several lawsuits filed against it due to pollution and noise.

The Ohio Auditor last week issued a finding for recovery for public monies totaling $650 against the former clerk of the City of Northwood and in favor of the city’s general fund.

Julie Jagodzinski was fired from the city for performance reasons in July of 2016. She was indicted by the Wood County grand jury last year for two counts of theft, one count of tampering with records and one count of tampering with evidence.

        Mark Stahl, an Ottawa County commissioner, last week told an Ohio senate committee in written testimony that current utility regulations are pushing the state toward a heavy reliance on a single energy source – natural gas – along with subsidized renewable sources.

        Stahl wrote to the senate’s Public Utilities Committee, which is considering a bill that would allow a utility to recover costs for zero-emissions nuclear credits from its customers.




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