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Speed limits continue to be a topic of conversation in the Village of Walbridge as officials work to maintain public safety yet avoid the perception of the municipality becoming a speed trap.

If you have driven down Main Street in East Toledo lately, you may have noticed angled parking has replaced parallel parking spaces.

The new look also includes a reduction of traffic from two lanes to one way each way and the removal of parking meters.

Ray Aldrich will turn 78 in February, but every summer he still enjoys hopping onto his riding mower and cutting the nearly two-acre property he lives on in Genoa.

Over the summer, Aldrich noticed that there was one mower he wasn’t using very often.

Northwood’s budget for 2013 is higher than last year, but not by much.

Council approved next year’s budget at a meeting on Dec. 13.

“I think we’re holding our own,” said Administrator Bob Anderson after the meeting.

A three-year contract with unionized members of the police department has been approved by the Lake Township trustees.

Under the agreement approved Tuesday, police officers will receive a 2.5 percent increase in pay next year and in 2014 and a 2 percent increase in 2015.

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