The Press Newspaper
For Doug Moyer, his wife Alicia and their four children, Camp Sabroske is a family affair.
The camp, located at West Toussaint North Road off SR 19 near Oak Harbor, is over 50-years-old. Doug is executive director for Friends of Camp Sabroske, Inc., which was created by an association of six local churches.
A movement is under way to transform the old concrete fire dock into a boat launch in downtown Oak Harbor.
During Monday’s village council meeting, Administrator Randy Genzman reviewed the funding breakdown for the renovation project revived last year after years on the back burner.
An Oak Harbor councilman Monday defended his role as the finance committee chairman and the state of the village finances.
At the conclusion of the regular village council meeting, Don Douglas responded to an article in the The Press regarding the June 16 meeting. Douglas was absent when a finance report was passed out and discussed by his peers that day. They were at times critical of his actions and pondered the downward spiral of village finances. He read from a prepared statement Monday.
A recently-formed coalition of organizations, businesses and educational groups plans to develop a long-range strategy for protecting Ohio’s waterways.
Healthy Water Ohio intends to conduct a poll to gather input from the public that will guide the coalition’s efforts as it prepares a 20 to 30-year management strategy for the state - where users consume more than 11 billion gallons of water each day for personal and business purposes.
Former Oregon School board member P.J. Kapfhammer continued his criticism of the teacher’s union, the Oregon City Federation of Teachers, during a board meeting Monday.
Soon after, lifetime Oregon resident Dan Saevig, 52, was appointed by the school board Monday to fill the vacancy left Kapfhammer, who resigned last month.