The Press Newspaper
An East Toledo Block Watch organization held a contest to see who could report the most nuisance homes to a Lucas County land bank.
The winner? An East Toledo elderly couple who turned in 42 homes. The prize? A t-shirt from the block watch organization.
Oregon City Council on Monday agreed not to request a hearing from the Division of Liquor Control regarding a request for a liquor permit for a proposed carryout on Navarre Avenue, though some had questions about the type of permit being sought.
Although it has not been finalized, Public Service Director Paul Roman has submitted his list to city council for capital improvement projects for 2013.
Many of the projects next year, said Roman, will be ongoing from this year, such as repaving the rest of Dustin Road at an estimated cost of $982,000.
Residents of the Eastwood School District – at least those who took time to respond to a survey conducted by the district’s administration – appear to have positive comments about the Wood County district on how it manages taxpayer money, being kept informed about the schools, their children’s safety while in schools, and other related issues.
The countdown for the Genoa High School’s new gym opening has begun.
“They’re turning it over to us Dec. 14,” Superintendent Dennis Mock said Thursday afternoon. Construction managers from Harp Contractors of Northwood had optimistically projected a Dec. 7 opening. That didn’t materialize though.
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